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

 - Class of 1972

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Q Foreword Where have we lost a year? Where has it gone? Maybe it lies in our daily routine of classes or in a murky memory of a Homecoming parade and a football game. Perhaps we lost the year on a winding moonlit. path while leaving the stadium after graduat- ion. Perhaps we have lost it among the brittle leaves of autumn or in the soft white cluster of snowflakes. Perhaps we lost a year, but we have gained the gift of insight and wisdom. These are the moments that have made college life the experiences we will always remember. The smiles, the frowns, the laughter, and the tears, taken from this year will be recorded in our own private memory banks to be recomputed again sometime in the future. The 1972 RHETOR has attempted to' collect some of the split seconds of college life by pictorializing matchless events for a future computer read-out. 2 1 l l , S. il 444114141 g 4944: 1vnv--A mnwM4-- -Y r ffmvv-vw-w:5f"UzHebv+n 'O 1 'S'-A Q C . is 'Sf ' 1 t9 if-.Q Qu: F, , U, Z?F R!- 'U P M-'ff-we-'fw --Q' .1 .- 4 '41 -.. , ll B I . , .' Q1 13. - ,r 3, ,nf- , , . mga, ,, , , , HAAA I if dir - . .af I "v557'Zf5' - " f , ag .,,,.,, -'72, , ',,':"4f.u. ,- A "o,' 1 H, --4, in-ll!!! -l l x12dgq52wLf3g?1gi'-: .fr i-'fvL" ' A 2155? 5,5 , W.- ...i .... .....-...-,.........,..............-.-,.--. ., ., t,,,,,,,,,,,.,,4,, -,I un-, .V 1 I of in-I 1 .-:Sn 5. .. ar- J? 'E 'air' i i?:??55 ' 4 .v '27 P31 .Ai ii B. .'f'f J .1-5 :Ck ll. Ev VY- ", ' la' '-'1-H' 9 ,ff '1 5523: F5 '3 ,it f 'f Q," ' ,"" kay gy.-i . .,3?,.V.:. 'i, H, ,bfi-' ,. f l ,ax ?'r'aW" V . '-f . X ..g4-:H 7 X 541' ' . . .1 -,3F"'- gl TABLE OF C0 TENTS ACTIVITIES CREEKS . . SPORTS . . . ACADEMICS INDEX . . . - ....,. .., a- I ,- .-,." 'f 1'-W 'Xa va TQ- ,L , r , .n - ,- , -Jbz, -5-.-gg ?- 3 WT' 3 S ., L 1 5:,q1s'. X I Bgagfkg Ng, 'ltlf 95' 'A ,ni'.,,. .b -3' -Vi: -pdf .qv A , , I ., jtb,'za-Z- iii I. . 'Ib ...k . -. - . - fi' '-A' -. -mix! jf f,'1Vf,,aIl. 'FY v. .Q mv",. ,lf . XX "W EN x 2 W-Bw - ' J K ,A ,W , ...8 . 52 106 158 267 xx x ..i ' ff'n'N1'5,.""W 5' ' , 'va - f -Q Ss... .J Q ' ...6".:5" -4, Q Q '-17, 1' ,fam fag .ua . " ., . F' ' 1,11-s 'f nfl I. . .1111 U 51.2" ,,f. ir.. f,.M .4 --0-it Lf? il! Board makes' policy for CMS A bipartisan board, the Board of Regents governs Central Missouri State College. Of its six members, three are from each major political party, and each is appointed by Warren E. Hearnes, Governor of Missouri, and confirmed by the Senate. The appointed members serve six-year terms and are eligible for reappointment. The Board appoints the President of the College who serves as the chief executive officer. The Commissioner of Education is the exofficio member. As of winter term, 1972, the members of the Board of Regents were Byron Constance, Leland Culp, ,l.M. Cunningham, Mrs. Sinclair Gottlieb, Joe Herndon, W.L. Simpson, and President Warren C. Lovinger. Dr. Warren C. Lovinger, President Central Missouri State College Y Vkx ..r'4-'+A xx 'xi X viv- H5-X32 C. Lovinger, President issouri State College V ' - s f gfgwfx., if .W- qlirlk ww 4 X ff' get Lp,t an ' fl JWSQQQQQQAJ N AA yy 'ga I Board of Regents: fSeatedj Leland Culp, Warrensburgg W. L. Simpson, Holdeng Joe Herndon, Raytowng W, , D 4 A QStandingj J. M. Cunningham, Sedaliag Mrs. Sinclair Gottlieb, Jefferson Cityg Byron Constance, Independence. 'QE glyli 3-724 F H14 ' fix 1 .. 4. , v. ' . .N 'ia . V ,Q . is - va- -Q ', ., ,e' Q mi ' 5. ' ' . ..' ' 5. ' .PR vs. , 1 1, Q ' ' Q g K -' ' X N f , I 'A - - ' v I 1 7i'1 , . in . MV, N! 'lt' , if ' , A '72' fair" an , . i ' H -Q 5 . 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E 5 5 n I U U I ACTIVITIES S 8 C 0 Gln ac IVCQ HC IOII, H10 10113 Olll Q USC 0 CHRI' fak-tiv':-1-tij, n. 1. any specific action 0 pursuit: as, outside or inside activities. 2. the quality o It fb'gt' I' I' d'g f gy HOMECOMING DRAMATICS MARCHING MULES ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT-FACULTY PICNICS BEST-DRESSED GIRL CONTEST RHETOR QUEEN CORONATION STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 'ali ' - , 4 ' ' -" ' ' ' W IWW., ,-, , , I "':W,K' 52'?9rK""'. ali A X X .A Iwirrr A fs :.A....K 7' L' Y ':."' H' " 'IIT' ' 1 ,- 'I 1 X. 4 Homecoming ueen crowned during half time intermission Miss Debbie Boyer received the title of 1971 Homecoming Queen at hall' time ol' thc Central Missouri State College-Southwest Missouri State College football game, October 16, 1971. Debbie is a senior English major. from Amity, Missouri and is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. Nlr. Donald See, National President of the Central Missouri Stale College Alumni Association. had the honor of crowning Debbie the 1971 Central Missouri State Homecoming Queen. Melinda Sears, an art education major from Jefferson City, Missouri was voted First Princess. Melinda was sponsored by the Alpha Qmicron Pi sorority of which she is a member. Janice Wright, a home economics major from Salisbury, Missouri was voted Second Princess. Janice is a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and represented the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity in the Homecoming Queen competition. A field of twenty, homecoming candidates representing various organizations on campus were narrowed down to ten through a special election held by the student body. From the remaining ten candidates, the Queen and two princesses were chosen through a series of interviews by a panel of judges. Homecoming Game-Mules win 16-13 over the Springfield Bears. 'wt W, .. 1971 Homecoming Queen-Debbie Boyer. 'sf 1,7 " ' . 5555--L fm n 10 XX .4 A... 5 i ueen-Debbie Boyer. V , I, X W 'G' fyf , ah, if Mr. Donald Sec crowns Debbie Boyer 1971 Homecoming Queen 11 I 11 1 97 1 Homecoming P ueen Candidates -i i 1 i .nf I 44 ' ! ' 4 1 rg, t ,Q t FIRST PRINCESS Melinda Sears Alpha Omicron Pi ww, Linda Fowler Betty Loyd Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Tau Gamma Carol Olendorff Linda Daugherty Alpha Sigma Alpha Delta Zeta SECOND PRINCESS. Janice Wright Sigma Phi Epsilon Donna Fabiani Sugan Shadlev Alpha Phi Omega Theta Chi ' 'I2 Fonda Smith Alpha Sigma Tau Lucy Elliott Delta Upsilon M7 Penny Stark Nickerson al Fonda Smith Alpha Sigma Tau Sandy Wheeler Sigma Sigma Sigma Cynthia Whithaus Fitzgerald Linda Daugherty Delta Zeta Susan Shadley Theta Chi Janifer Ehersold Lambda Chi Alpha Lucy Elliott ,lanann Freeman Della Upsilon Alpha Kappa Lambda Coleen Boyd Phi Sigma Epsilon Penny Stark Pamela Taylor lxWll'lKCI'SOIl Alpha Xi Della Melody Place Tau Kappa Epsilon Sherralyn Hickman Houts-lloscy Ecology is theme of 197 1 Homecoming Parade Theme for the 1971 Homecoming was Ecology with entries consisting of floats, walking entries, and house decorations. The contest was divided into all-campus and Greek divisions. Parade sweepstakes winner was the Industrial Arts and Technology Club. Sweepstakes winner in the house decorations was Lambda Chi .Alpha with their entry 'sLitter Bug". First place winner ofthe campus walking division was Association of Women Studentsg Greek division was Alpha Xi Delta. First place winner ol' the campus float division was the Agriculture Club. Winner of campus house decoration was Fitzgerald Hall and the Greek winner being Sigma Phi Epsilon. ' -Wil if 5 ofiS...2gwf' ,, -I g fi ggi 1 . , eu: A ,N , KA 1.4. 'WI 1 4 if .3 ,-vi r I ff' L3 -:L f 1 ' - . .- irsl Place Winner in Greek Division-Alpha Umieron Pi and Della Chi, 14 by 4' - an .E -Q 1' .1 sl . . V' A. ,IQ 4- .-., .a .alammsiia arad ?7Z7 C x ' ' f' Agslllfllll' Ullllf gi ww as l .gym . V 1 E 1 l A hiv lvl 4' ' r I 'j Nl 'QI ,INN I r ' 1 J J I I 1 I riff? 7 is 1 ll' K ' 5 2,Rw:' M in yi ' Club. First Place Winner in Walking Division-Association of Women Students. fl X SAQ AB 'Q if e 1 Iva, vm nh' ' Sv Q 4g"'f -of , 5 " 'fi ' on Na fig Sweepstakes Winner in House Decorations-Lambda Chi Alpha. 'I5 5- ' 'xv--1. -'-v :zugg 1:41441-f ' Qui X ,,, 4 4 Q 4 :Lx-rg-41cg14g.f:-qfgpzqg 4 o 1 1 1 931,5.3-yf,,.:.,..,,y,:g'.g:.-ae-erfvgff:'ff?1'7',i ' -L-,-- sv.-pf-'-'v Q1---asf: - if l'1l!i'jQ"5-H-fr A l , .4 , ,, .zyvf A .4 A Corps of cadets pass in review on West Field. 'aw' , 2.1-- A7! ka. - i s pyfffi - .sg ... " 1 .ysf'fif,,h.-'Q-Jia , , fa' +1 ,' , .-u 1, 1 'VM I Zz? The Military Formal is one of the social highlights of the year. i 12 i 5 l QM? ,,,, My,+ffwfg'fzff2ffW,, 'f f f ff X, 7 -1,1 . '4 U AV W , 2 , ?-V' 1 if ,z. r I U' 4 ,Z .. 7 1 5 7741? -Qlff iff if mv-nuns... TH K I 7 h W-'---r-,QQ ,.,, , ....,. ...WZ BE Ili HH Ei. er' W ll' il Ill 1 lei A ! ..f 'N 1 r '-fl ,.. Q5 C1 4 YQ ff f' Z -4, Z' 1 Vik Q cliff: :wwf , 4 4 44' 572 2:2 v,,,y.:3 ff UMW: 'fi fm 4 254 fffxyfffi i . rl KJ' K " , .,, 4 A1192 rf If-5' 24' I , f I ,, 1 1 ' iff' , I7 f M f 1 , L, 4 ,J..'1 33:2 1 5'-64'-T '. ..,,,,,, .4 ,f,,, , , .... .. .,,.,., . ,, .. ., A -H. . y , 'mu , 'Q Z? EE? -- A f , -...g.4f.:.,.f 1 ,, , 1 IEEE ff' Ill lll . . zzmfw,-p13'f f., Z f "Q 'M u mmm ' f ha. fl , 41 . ""'PP9-nwqsvp If I Ji ' I n A "uw'Z5f ZZ an ' I7 X f ff! VZ 2 - -- .i1t'L.:i""" , ' , ,211g',.,..,. , , .-4 ' A I Y ,s..,,yr.f,, ., f , . , ,,.,, tm. ..-, A ,.,,w.,.,.,.,,,,, ' we--,-,-ff-,-'42 , 'fc fy: f , ,WW -A--1:::.i,f1'j-:iz -' V ...,jkf2Pff ",71f'- "mg: :nil Zi II I-nrt? -f sf W' , ff: -,aria-,e . ,,,, , H, IH L.. .. ., 4 ..., , '..A ' Ll' .. ll y...f.-: ,H A f L17 " :1"'fjN ffffgqg - - s QM, 1 ff':i,rfe f' "" 1 I . at , , -- I ' Z if, ' " -, , fi , f- f-.' f 'YQ',lllfif,,,,,f-ini'-5 f, 1- 1 7' ' ' f l ' 1 513? 2, ' ' if 'gig V. ', -1 2. ' z nf ' 1 lf 5 A' I 9, 1 1 jk 5 V' . ., ' ', bm., ,-... , LX f,..r .,.. si VV H-ll .. I ,- ,v,, '7 'Z .:,g,, 1 ww' Voluntary agenda offered b ilitary Science Department Mandatory ROTC for Central Missouri State freshmen was abolished in 1971. The new voluntary ROTC program offers freshman male students the option of electing ROTC, physical education, or marching band. The Military Science Department commenced classroom and leadership training under this system with an advanced course enrollment of seventy-three students and a basic course enrollment of one hundred and seventy-two. A new Professor of Military Science, Colonel Donald C. Fox assumed his duties as head of the department on July 1, 1971. Another significant event was the congressional legislation which increased the number of ROTC Scholarships. The Department of Military Science has twenty-four full-time scholarships which ranks them amongst the highest of any department. Students, faculty, and staff continued to offer outstanding support to the Campus Red Cross Blood Program. The Blood Program was again sponsored by the Corps of Cadets, and under their leadership the required number of blood units were collected to achieve the goals. Another highlight of the year was the military formal. Organizations sponsored by ROTC are the Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Rifle and Pistol Team, Brigadaires fa girls' auxiliaryj, and Raider Company. ,W-in ,1 ,, . . . w . .af ' " " . .,,- - .' ,v.,-, . .,- V-W., ,.sfs,.v-,, ',,' ,.-v,,.. v . 1 1 ,, ,,,,. Y ,.,'- y f - ... , . " 'f f, at -.V - ' ' ' , ,M .M 1--,s..., sf ". -". "" -v-' .,,-- Q- ,- . -, ,-. fc. ,..f'.,vfA - - - , v,L,.,hV,f-.i',m.I 1:-. ,iv M , , JA- b . x ' , . "Q -V .-.V -"iff" 4 ' V -N., ,M L, .iq ,V A ,. .. , Cadets receive awards at spring term ceremony. 17 1 : , . , ' "0ussfysfafsffsss-1.'snf:.1far. .u.f.-:zu-x-:vx-h-i-::ng,-4v'-1v-mrrf-':'fr:'.'fr1.-:4-k1:2-:"ff'h'4"'v1""':f .-- 2,1 v 1:+z-5-ei--,fn-,-0.5 arching Mules give extensive half time shows at home games The Nlarching Nlules, Central Missouri State's 133 member band, performed at the pre-game and half time shows of all home football games. This year they went with the Fighting Mules to the University of Missouri at Rolla to perform at hall' time. ln recent years, they have appeared on nation-wide television at the hall' times of three Kansas City Chiefs games, two of the St. Louis Cardinal games. and the NCAA Pecan Bowl, thereby, appearing on all three major networks. Each member of the 133 member band is selected at tryouts in the early fall of each school year. Although most of the members are music majors, students from any' department of the college may be in the band. For the past four years, Dale Carder has been the drum major. Twirlers are Kathy Wagner, head twirler, Chris Houston and Denise Closson. Mike Farley has been the yell leader for the past two years. The Marching Mules are directed by Dr. Russell Coleman. Mr. Lee DeFeliee and Mr. Larry Mitchell are the assistant directors. .1 N, 2 l 1 514 Kathy Wagner Band director. Russ Coleman, honors dru 18 m major Dale Larder and ycll leader Mike Farley for outstanding seryitc. it i 1 E f it l 4 all , l 't , if ,'.. ' 'QT-yffl' " V ' ly , i I March i n Denise Closson I thy Wagner I L ding service. Dale Carder W'-f I f X V , -ug. - - : -, '- - x.- ' ,: - ' Q - ' - - v -, E ,.. Harm-liing Nluics perform in Homecoming parade. Chl'iS HUUFUJH 19 I ri . L1 1 P i A l , 1 1 . 'S 5' ' a N', 'H Ill ag' "'-Ir' X-.A-xv-.457 " ' 1 . - , , . 4:-L-14 - C-. A-c 4 . casting 4 :pq 11-zu.: sgngy55g1g.14g.54-45154 - 555: s , x. fxr.-nc-1-.f::r.:g is The Marching Mules accom 20 'f A ,, t--- f....:..... . JJ f , .J ,,-N , s..... .L-..,....-. ,.-..,.'.........L., ..,......,...,m-rf.-...v.f.,,4:- 2 . , The Marching Mules accompany Acappella Choir and College Chorus. Russ Coleman .. director, Marching Mules Russ Coleman, director of the Marching Mules, is a person that believes entirely in his work, constantly looking for a chance to show the Marching Mules to the public at such events as a parade, a major professional baseball or football game, or just performing at the CMS football games. Since Russ came to CMS in 1963, the Marching Mules have performed eight times on regional or nation-wide television hook-upsg twice at the Kansas City Athletics baseball gamesg twice at the St. Louis Cardinals football gamesg three times at the Kansas City Chiefs football gamesg and once at the NCAA sanctioned Pecan Bowl when the Fighting Mules played the Arkansas State Indians. Under his direct- ion, the Marching Mules have grown from 75 members to 133 members. In 1967, Russ was instrumental in styling and obtaining new dapper looking uniforms for the band which convert from a marching uniform to a tuxedo style for concert performances. 1 1 1af4y,c:41g.r531 . .-an-r.-x:.gr.5-r':N?Wf'fg"?"?Z" ' X,- .,, ,Q .,- ,,,,.,,A-ww-f-1-: - rp 1:-gpvfi-:iv if ,M-me . . I Jul 15 gf -jig :M if, ,far ii 'n 7 . L 'Q f .,15, ' L 'G Y Wt- .Q W Rf ' 1 V ' 334 'P , fr 'll 1 t 'L . . . . our chief courtier, cousin, and our sonf' CMS Theatre opens fall season in new building with H LET by William Shakespeare directed by Dr. Glenn Pierce Shakespeare wrote Hamlet in 1600 when he was thirty-six years old, which was an important turning-point in Shakespeare's career. He was already a skilled and experienced playwright. Hamlet has proved to be the most popular, and the most puzzling, of tragedies. Actors instantly recognize its superb theatricality. Readers of every descrip- tion-psychologists, moping poets, orators in search of quotahle lines, comics seeking material to parody-also find what they want in Hamlet. .Xftcr three hundred and fifty years of stage life, the play still speaks with unique intimacy to everyone. But the lovers of Hamlet never agree. They have produced a vast literature devoted to its supposed problems, especially those ol' Hamlet's character. 22 Y wat- iv X .4 W retch cd Queen, udieu ot yourself the primrose path ofdalliancc tred. . ." DRAMATIS PERSONAE Hamlet, Prince ol' Denmark ............ James l.. lliglnltmrltgr Claudius, King of Denmark ............. Polonius, chief councillor to Claudius Ghost of the dead King Hamlet .... Horatio, friend to Hamlet ....... Laertes, son of Polonius Rosencrantz ............ Guildenstern .......... Osric ....... Marcellus . .. Barnardo . . . Francisco ... Priest ........ Player King .... Player Queen .... Player Lucianus .... Player Prologue .... Lady in Waiting Sexton .......... Gravcdigger ........................... Guard ................................. ... . .ll ltrlwarrl See ...Glenn Q, llicrc r .gilartin Freedman ..... . . . .Rod Allen ....Harry Blundell ....Man Mundey ... Stephen Harrell . ....Richard Clark ......Michael Luce Dennis McCullough ......William Clay . .Martin Freedman ....Albert Leonard . . . . .Alice Gaines ...Richard Clark . . . . . Christy Meyer ...Cynthia Farrand .......Ron Branan Dennis McCullough ..... . .Jerry Jacobs Ladies at Court .Karen Aitkens, Kathy Seaton, Tomi Thomas Gertrude, Queen of Denmark ........... Ophelia, daughter of Polonius .......... .... -.-,---.-.v.-- "llc n 1 rd r him in the garden lor his estate." 23 ........Gayle Goff . . .. Terrie Thomas i l Q I ' 1 i . i The lobby of Martin Theatre projects a warm atmosphere' odern facilities provide drama students a theatrical workshop The CMS theatre department opened the doors of the new Martin theatre for the first time on November 8, at 8:00 p.m. with William Shakespeareis i'Hamlet.,' A spacious carpeted lobby area provides the theatre audience with facilities before a play and during intermissions. The auditorium provides 441 comfortable seats, each row of seats raised one foot above the row directly in front allowing every patron an uninterrupted view of the stage. The entire floor surface is carpeted enhancing a feeling of warmth and elegance and also adding to the accoustical perfection of the house. At the rear of the auditorium is the lighting control area which houses a large console with 30 five-kilowatt dimmers. A make-up room with 240 incandescent lights and 24 individual make-up stations is available backstage. Adjacent to the make-up room are dressing spaces for men and women, complete with shower and lavatory facilities. 24 giifli lil ,A Planned seating arrangement in auditorium accommodates an audience of 441 people. DFFW ,- S. X. IZ , ' ,A J, i ' Wllw V 'ial sound effects are controlled by lechnim-ian Spet ge lighting from console. 25 CMS theatre presents THE GLASS M NAGERIE "This is one of my favorites." by Tennessee Williams directed by Dr. James L. Highlander The Class Menagerie is one of the most famous plays ,ti of the modern theater. A drama of great tenderness, it iit K charm, and beauty, is about the lives of a poverty I 1, -' stricken mother, Amanda Wingfield, and her two I", ',i'i 'f gi E , children. The daughter, Laura, is a cripple and lives gi i 1' in illusions which are intensified by her mother's J, .gf anxiety to see her married. The son, Tom, is driven to A " lf?-, distraction by his mother's nagging, and he seeks 'n P escape in alcohol and the unrealistic world of the jj-3, ' L ' movies. The crux of the action comes when Tom ' f I. invites a young man of his acquaintance to take 03 dinner with the family. The setting for the drama is Li: g evil E the family's dingy apartment in St. Louis during the K t " . .- I , 1930's. ---f' ,iifgsv - -N, .,.v "Blow out your candle H? H Y? 32 V06 Q. .. House, House, who pays the rent on this house--. f N, A GERIE nessee Williams s L. Highlander le most famous plays of great tenderness, e lives of a poverty gfield, and her two Iis a cripple and lives led by her mother's on, Tom, is driven to gging, and he seeks :alistic world of the 1 comes when Tom cquaintance to take .ing for the drama is St. Louis during the ie rent on this house." jim .. r ' P ' " A f 5? 1 , 5 . X I k 4, W ff . u p I M i . . LQ , ,. n --any Jana I. jk., gxwv. X "Blow out your candles, Laura." "l'm the narrator and also a character in the play.', THE CAST Tom . . . ........... . . . Harry Blundell Amanda . . .... Christy Meyer Laura . . . . .Cynthia Farrand Mike Luce "You're just a Christian martyr." L. .. . . as. I .1 1 N - TQCVH 1"Q,ff! ful? is A f ., r-11 fy ' 1 Q ff P N S gat X X I kr -s. Q...-. avr ' . ' :'f:nHlEnl.' 21,-.xl.,, as, f . r- - L. 7 . f.. J .A 1 A 1-. .-f- Y .134 Q M A fx - V , ,fa .4 N '- ' ' 'H f' r .X .Q xx , R. X X. 5 X , . ' .x why R, ,, x . ' r ' ' f . , -a', N ,K ss.. 3 -N . I A ii, 4 hx., 1 V' ,A 1 H, In-V X tb I, , "Let me propose a toast, Mrs. Wingfield." 27 .ag W. 'BTA5 A ICHNYVJ4 'A ' - I 'K' wr ,4 3' lkpf Best Dressed Girl is chosen from twenty-nine contestants Frills. lace, and beauty were displayed in splendor this year as twenty- nine Central Missouri State coeds competed in the Best Dressed Girl Contest in llendriclas Hall on January 25, 1972. Chosen from eleven finalists was Debbie Nickall, sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma, as the best dressed girl. Mary Moore representing Delta Zeta and Susan Kingsley representing Sigma Sigma Sigma were awarded honorable mentions. "Oh You Great Big Beautiful Doll" was the theme of the extravaganza and the tune played by pianist Ann Newton, as the candidates passed before the judges. The contestants were evaluated on poise, personality, grooming, and grace. The twenty-nine candidates were interviewed by the judges for indepth looks into specific areas of beauty and character. Prior to the show, all the contestants and judges were honored at a dinner in the North Dining Hall of the College Union. During the entertainment segment, Dave Wolf and Sherry Slinkard performed with a medley of folk ballads. judges for the contest were Mrs. Lynn Hausman, Mrs. Ruby Warlick, Mr. ,lames Jonson, Mr. Greg Onstot, and Mr. Ronald Van Dam. Debbie Niekall Best Dressed Girl xi" Ui' Uresseu Ulflsf QNOW Unejz Nancee Beaudoin, Wilma Wetzel, Gayle Harrison, Deborah Halbert WT W -ww . ary . onri-. Karen Duffy. fRow Twoj: Susan Kingsley, Pat Simon, Debbie Wilson, Mary Augustine- 28 SGA reco -f-if" Mike Bowersox SGA President SGA recommends polic for CMS students -fig.. , Prexy Club i, ill A ti 2 fi Q' 'e 'L 1. 'Q Y fs t in Mike Bowersox SC.-X President Chad Jordan Pl! Speaker of the Senate The Student Government Association is a student governing body elected by the students, for the students. Programs and legislation implemented by the SGA this year have been: university status, for which two student representatives were sent to the Missouri Caucus, political forums, co-ed dorms, legal assistance, liberalization of dorm hours and various service projetsg one of the largest being the West Side Development Program to which they contributed over 55300. The Prexy Club, made up of the presidents and heads of all CMS campus organizations, convenes at a monthly dinner meeting with Dr. Warren C. Lovinger, president of the college, to discuss a student-suggested agenda and receive an- nouncements of interest. The Club serves as a channel of communication between the ad- ministration and the student body. 2 , . Q-.Q -as-i Q47 Rhonda Wood SGA Treasurer yi? A if L ',' Y . ' , 1 - fi x 1 1 I V f, ,5 M m ., y . .. K i , :ATN . ,i , , , , . ,...,?A.g,,,,,,- xg s, RN' Mike Bowersox Kathy Littrell Miss Heli Sludenl Goxernmenl ASSOCiali0n P8rlhCllCHiC C01-lncil At lunchtime, Dr. Sosebee announces the afternoon schedule. Director of Stu Mary Hagedorn Paul Nuzum Larry Bruno College Union Cabinet Inter-Fraternity Council ASS0Ci8li0fl of Men Students Mary Masterson Association of Women Students Student Activities Board and Miss Gilbert review the schedule of events. 30 ,Q g.. cf .. ,A Mary Masterson tion of Women Students S x Miss Helen Gilbert afternoon Schedule. Director of Student Activities Student Activities Board helps in coordinating campus events The Student Activities Coordinating Board consists of six members and is composed of representatives from each of the governing organizations, SGA, AWS, AMS, IFC, Panhellenic Council, and the College Union Cabinet. The board was organized during the fall term of 1969 for the purpose of assisting the Director of Student Activities in the planning and coordinating of campus activities. Such events include the Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference, Freshmen Orientation, Officers' Workshop, Rhetor Queen Contest, and presentation of professional entertainment. D-wg :J KW' Staff and students enjoy boating during Tan-Tar-A Conference. :figs-yi' , 1' A ' .4'f"' -.-.xfdw ,. U - 1.1j".' vp, TA... "Y Quia. , ,V --rw" mlfss-' P ' . .1 .- I , 1' ' ' "' W, ' ' L, A diy, H v -.. A ,. if V--rr ".ifiafi4?l 5L"i .' - - 1 M u 1 .5 .nw " i , .I 1 ,Q E -' , 4- 'ff ' -X" ' .-. ' - -Ffgfsz ' .,.f -.'-f,'f,-1"'1- '-"- '-ffg' .f -uw. '1-" " 4' '- - ' ' Til i 'tiiziygli''2ivQv"!cX:e',-eg-Q., S . 4,+J5!FQ2'1-' h, -w. ,1?K:..s',,,sr1.f-'K 1-Y- " 4 . , . , ,f-TGS ' 5' Ef"i"7T:Q H21 ' ' . , H...-av - . Horseback riding was a favorite pastime. 3l .pau -"' CMS holiday season officialli begins wi The Christmas season was officially opened on the Central Missouri State campus on December 7, 1971, with the annual lighting of the blue spruce in front of the administration building. The event was highlighted by a Christmas prayer by Dr. Richard Cheatham, followed by a Christmas message by Dr. Loiinger and caroling by those in attendance. A spirit of Christmas continued to fill the air on the CMS campus as various organizations planned and carried out their yuletide activities. "Make peace on your piece of the world" was the theme carried out by the women of Fitzgerald Hall as they were awarded a first place trophy in the AWS-sponsored yuletide house decoration contest. Xdorncd with outdoor lights. thc blue spruce and thc administration building add a yulclidc appcaraiice to thc campus. 32 rllce . f blue SP . - hung O fficially begins Wllh 113 H 0 I Jess Zink Union Directoi Tim Baker Vice President Marlin Bryant Dance and Entertainment V Q70 l -n ru- Dave Activities Janel Eshelman ,lack Baker Cathy Crist Rick Swetnam Secretary Publicity Public Relations Stage Productions Don Hagedorn Karen Herzog Randy Hamilton Linda Edwards EXl'libiiS Special Events Films News and Views 34 ,less Zmk John Whitehead Union Director Assistant Union Director Dave Laubersheimer Mary Hagedorn Activities Coordinator President, Union Cabinet nion abinet plarls activities during year The College Union Cabinet, Program Council, and Com- mittees coordinate and supervise activities which com- plement the academic aspect of college life. They provide for many of the social, educational, and recreational needs ofthe CMS students. The All-School Carnival, College Quiz Bowl, Mulebarn entertainment, Friday Freaky Flicks, Sunday Cinema Series, and the All Night Party are just a few of the activities which the College Union Cabinet sponsors. Attracting a large number of students was the spring musical 'LMame" with the largest Cast ever appearing in any Union production. "The Troupew, a new musical group sponsored by the Union Cabinet performed at the Christmas Folk Festival, Mulebarn, and several other programs. The Cabinet is responsible for initiating and planning Thieve's Day, Organization of the Hub, Casino Party, the ski trip to Colorado, games and tournaments, dances, and concerts. Rick Swetnam Stage Productions Linda Edwards News and Views The Troupe, a musical group sponsored by the cabinet. f4'fQf'49?55f-Ks?-N45 1'SfFi45'f?4i1S4 '5iE49'FS 4.5.f'!11"X'Ie' iiiii1"2'Ei??'J5 :F.iXiL'2'L".Z'.'!.Ei,-5.nL5iAG:F-1811 - . ffjliij I,'1t3g5PHiE':i'lh5'T.?!!lCi9 T-31: 5:97 :5,x-5-p.,37k -,,,..,,, . ' 'ff' -pf, .523 . 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RHETOR PRINCESS Duane Woltkamp Alpha Gamma Delta RHETOR PRINCESS flaw., bib fl l lllm l rown M1 s Geo g a Eason 1972 Rhelo ueen Elizabeth Mlles Houts Hosey Rhetor queen IS crowned by 1972 yearbook edltor On February 10 1972 Miss Georgia Eason was crowned Central MISSOUFI State RHETOR Queen by Charles Rlmel edltor of the 1972 RHETOR Miss Eason was chosen from a group of 21 CMS coeds Coronation ceremonies took place during the mtermlsslon of the Houston Ballet per formance ln Hendrlcks Hall Paul Nuzum presented the queen and princesses with gifts during the ceremony Judging took place Saturday February 5th with each candldate being Interviewed lndlvldually during the day Judging continued that evening as the candidates attended a reception before the RHETOR Queen Contest Ba zquet Thls year sjudges were Dr Raymond Lunsford Durex tor of Placement of the School of Business and Publlc Admlnlstratlon at the Umversnty of M1-.sourx Columbia Mlssourl Dr Duane Sterling Asslstant to the Vice President of Admlnlstratlve Affairs fenlral NIISSOUFI State Mrs Rlchard Tossell Warrenshurg Mus ourl The candldates were judged on poise pelsonalltw and appearance during the mteruews Deborah Dickson Dclta Zeta Y l ,, ll l ' f 'Q' X V , gr I Cf W :' 1 4. ' ff fo A Houston Ballet entertains at queen coronation The Houston Ballet provided the entertainment for the coronation of the Rhetor Queen on February 10, 1972, A company of 18 dancers is beginning its fourth season with a tour of 14 states. The company chooses its selections from works of Balanchine, Bournonville and Lichine to Herbert Ross, Anna Sokolow, Job Sanders and William Dollar. Artistic director of the Houston Ballet is Mme. Nina Popova, Russian Opera at the age of 12. She was a soloist with the Ballet Theatre and Ballet Russe di Monte Carlo and supervised ballet at the School for Performing Arts in New York before she joined the Houston Ballet Foundation. Ballet master of the company is Eugene Tanner who was an associate of George Balanchine fog' 16 years. He has danced with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre and has done a European tour. Principal dancers for the ballet are Judith Aaen and Anthony Sellers, both of whom have studied and performed with various professional companies before joining the Houston Ballet. Y' '-v Kathy NlCKClX'y' Karen Sigma ljlii Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha V 953 Q - ' X A ,.,, - l, A , 4' 122, V ' 1 -a ..,., ..,vf'4"" - " e ' ' - 557 X' -" y y .igg pl . ,. Q, Q is GSU ie' f' ' 4 if i':' 55.1. 31 qw ' - 'V ' 752' I V .,,5.1.-ff: ,W ,. V' - -.yn V, ' , 342. Judith Aaen and Anthony Sellers jane Michaels Sigma Pi db Debbie Nagel Nickerson Hall Kathleen Littrell Beta Sigma Psi K, 519,10 2, , f X , , ll' f 1 ' 4 ' 9 1 , 'I 1' f Y if Z 'QWQ af 1 4 Z 41- ? ,f , 1 f , Linda Connell Deborah Dickson Della ZCUI Fitzgerald Hall lation l X99 aff' '15 Deborah Welbern Phi Sigma Epsilon , f. 'iv Myrna 'Thompson Della Chi I T3 , 'V" l 1 2 ,lane Michaels Janet Hull K2-llie Ml-lrpby Barhara Smith ,XQJZ :E was Sigma Pi Sigma Tau Gamma Svulb Yealer Hall Alpha Sigma Tau -' 53:1 . V Vi X it , 'Jill I f?l3L'5E, Q .Q "X'j3, f1., M , ,jf A .XX -,n'5T"k',w " - , . fgfilfg 4 . ' - i Y ' Q M rlli ll 2 to ,V I , '- ...ff f , EL bfi. I f . ' A-4... M A, ' fa ., f ., FF' ' - l Debbie Nagel Judy Pohl Patricia Simon Sheila 0'Connor Nickerson Hall Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Xi Della Delta lpailon if W, H., Kathleen Littrell Sandra Mitchell Sandra Case Deborah Green liula Sigma Psi Theta Chi Alpha Sigma Alpha Slgmi' Slilnla Slllmil ellers 1 5? , ysmi f: Q. Clk I is , 1 ff .- . ' X X x. Linda Marchbanks, Advisor The student, official newspaper of Central Missouri State College, is published weekly year-round except for vacation and examination periods. The newspaper is published by students to provide practical experience in all aspects of newspaper writing. In the past two years The Student has won two First Place Awards from Scholastic Press Association, Columbia University, in national competition. In addition, the staff won five of the seven major "Best in State" awards for excellence in writing in individual class A competition. Also received were 21 number I fexcellentj ratings, and seven number II fsuperiorj ratings. "Best in State" awards were received in Sports, Feature, Editorial, Critical Review, and Art-Cartoon. The Student is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the Missouri College Newspaper Association. QAM Mm V,.---1.,,,... Debbie Stobaugh, Editor, and Mark McGuire, Managing Editor, check oyer copy before press limi, 40 ,yp yy, 'snags W img, . !'f4, "tl . fa 1 XJ" l ff' W' M52 . V A -K ,fl Editor M 5 1 ll pll. l'v.ilurc l'i1lilor.anrl Phyllis Nlaulon. ilur. wrilc an headline for a news article. Wllhe Student" places among better collegiate newspapers Bulls provlcle for university status 'gl -llt. 2 SGA passes bills Q gym at monthly meeting t if .l , rl 1-M Y , . ., it , ,- ,l , .tw ,, , . ., ,.. , , - H Visitor gives . to blood bunk W4 , .l l".5liw ' l-in V V it V , .ty .,,, A-.1-. V . AWS ond Tossels sponsorm , ,lll ,,ll, . , fourth onnuol Womens ee 12, ll nl., -ww,-w.. in lm mtv., M,-,. ...M nn 4-:-in ff : ,H W fi l. ., fm ....n- fy. :fm .M .mi un fl., .t V.-1. if lvl rfwv.-1-.,m. .vl, -f Am-wiv.-'..1.,.tl,. Wm., tl,-1m.'....1 un tml,-.A 1-wr ,,.. '..l tm. ,, f . '.,, W . .. , U. M ,.,. .,.,, . , . .t,,l. ,,.l S, ,.,, . - ., , W .1., ,, l t, if AWS elections slated Qyjf. for Monday, Jan. 24 gli 7 a'Vl if Apt, A ll V ,ppvtp Ji-'Deflhiei ilni W A A ..,A 052352 head bllshe . , , . . I , I ' - - aireslw - .lane -O,7B171.Cl1 .'fttl, W A in WW: .. illll Q1 a.ll i,iia ' iff'QQ54f ' i , Chasti ' tiiit W 'W Steve W l Wade Ross ' ' Wes Barttrum I , 1'- , J Lfiilgqqb' l e .4 Ray Price. Circulation Manager. and Ronn Hunt. Business Manager. rln-Q-lx on arlnlrc L Al RHETOR '72 features unique cover design Mel Jenkins Advisor Charles Rimel Editor RHETOR, the Central Missouri State annual is bound in a textured cover of dark forest green with gold accenting RHETOR 972. The cover is also characterized by the dictionary definition of RHETOR embossed in a lime green color. Each division page carries out the dictionary theme with a definition of that particular division depicted with photographs in a posterization effect of green, white, and black. The 284 page annual features 16 four-color reproductions, 23 duotones printed in two colors, and 21 photographs in three-color posterization, plus thousands of black and white photographs. i 'EIO -4 . 4 ,af .Af,f.:ati' W Tony Mercurio Sports Editor Pm E5 'O' -nn- Nui , I Bridget Barr Charles Rlmel, Editor, and Lynn Lake, Assistant Editor, look over photographic proofs. Typist 42 M esign n a textured R '72. The f RHETOR ries out the lar division reen, white, four-color rs, and 21 ids of black photographic proofs. T QB ln-.Q A4357 ww Tony Mercurio Sports Editor f 4 ff T A 4 .........,...-.W-.-H -ff-:. 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Activities include spring and fall retreats to Knob Noster and Windemere on the Lake of the Ozarks, a Valentines banquet, and occasional guest speakers. The BSU is sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Hutcherson. Religious Life Council--Religious Life Council is an ' interfaith organization composed of representatives of all religious clubs. The goal of the organization is to promote religious growth on campus. Activities in- clude coordination during freshman orientation, in local religious functions United Campus Christian Fellowship-The United Campus Christian Fellowshiplis a religious fellowship made up of students from the Central Missouri State College campus. The goal of the organization is to aid the student in living a much fuller Christian life on and off campus by means of retreats, speakers, field trips, worship and recreation. Spon- sorship ofthe United Campus Chris- tian Fellowship is provided by the American Baptist Church, Church of the Brethren, Disciples of Christ, Presbyterian, and United Church of Christ. Membership is open to all films, speakers, vesper services, and inter-group cooperation. The faculty sponsor is Miss Helen Gilbert. X V1.1 4 ,, I gui Nd wx f it U X s if students, regardless of denominat- K ion. The campus director is Mrs. Janet Pittman. Student officers are: qui my I Chairman, Sherry Hickman and X, , Y tei- I Vice Chai.'ma"' Steylg Daiiy' Trax 'fi Q A iiiiii Representatives to Religious Life ' ff f W .- ' Council are Connie Hubble, Arleta ti L 1 gk -L gl White, and Kathy Neiswanger. . 'H '-'t' 4' i'i flzitifrifii' U.C.C.F. members sing carols at the annual Christmas party. 44 Candidates stand res - CMSC coeds are init International International Cl Missouri State cal tion with a mem international st represent twenty countries. The cl for the purpose good internatio- Club meetings an ly each month, vs concerning i relations. Throu the club sponsor dinners with foe tainment from tries. This prov accomplishing t and purposes o goodwill. The 1 active througho ticipating in m tivities. Spon Postlethwait - Carmichael. I P ganiz is to s. Activities in- Association of Black Collegiates-The Association of Black Collegiatcs has been active on the Central Missouri State campus for five years and serves as a coordinating organization for various Black activities throughout the academic year. The word multi- dimensional best describes the organiza- tion as it endeavors to emphasize not only the plight of the Black man in America, but also what can be done to alleviate some of the problems. The Black Collegiates sponsored a Black Homecoming dance which raised funds for the Martin Luther King Lecture Series and the tutorial program here on Central Missouri State campus. The club is composed of 250 members with Dr. Eugene Fields, Dr. Guy Griggs, and Dr. Peter Nichols as sponsors. Candidates stand restlessly waiting the announcement of the 1971 Black Homecoming Queen. Cosmopolitan enterprise promotes foreign culture Tassels-Tassels is a senior womenis honorary which is petitioning for membership to Mortar Board. To be eligible for membership the senior women must have earned at least a 3.2 an orientation, nd in ter-grou p cumulative grade-point average on a 4.0 scale grading system and also exhibit leadership and service at CMSC. New members are as Helen Gilbert. ' 1 5 szrwiz . ., ,W 0 . t ' '99 -t. ,,,-c 5 ff. , , -rg f .-wr-. ,,y',., - - ' 1 , 1... Sim m s? i a 1. fl f. , .Ang Hy:-3 ,J v up ' ' 3 A. 4' i1,.QjjTJ.5 BK .,, . fuse-.-s.1i..' . .1'5.fs.g: at A . - LQ.. x , .' ' 1. I' ty. CMSC coeds are initiated into Tassels at Fall term initiation. International Club-The International Club is a Central Missouri State campus organiza- tion with a membership of 133 international students which represent twenty-three foreign countries. The club was created for the purpose of establishing good international relations. Club meetings are held regular- ly each month, with discussions concerning international relations. Throughout the year the club sponsors international dinners with foods and enter- tainment from various coun- tries. This provides a means of accomplishing the club's goals and purposes of international g00dwill. The organization is active throughout the year par- ticipating in many campus ac- tivities. Sponsors are Jim Postlethwait and Dr. .lack Carmichael. -XX initiated fall, winter, and spring terms. Tasselis main activity is co-sponsorship with AWS of Womenls Week. 'N 4-Q .K gr... s -. 'i International Club members prepare to enter the 1971 Homecoming parade. 45 I I I I I II I I I .I 'I I I I ln I I in I I I I IASIT Club sponsors Christmas party for underprivileged children. Horticulture Club-The purposes of it the Central Missouri State "Hurt" I Club are to promote good fellowship and further interests by presentation of current developments in the field of horticulture. The club also keeps up-to-date by contacts of people that are engaged in the business of hor- ticulture. Planned activities for the year include assistance in landscaping the Grinstead building and a field trip to one of the nati0n's leading nurseries. The current of- ficers of the club are Marie Barlow, President, Sandy Thorp, Vice Presid- ent, Diane Lee, Secretary, and David Gentzsch, Treasurer. Industrial Arts 81 Technology Club-Throughout the year the I.A. Sz T. Club sponsors speakers from the teaching field as well as from many different industries to try and cover the wide variety of fields offered by the I.A. 81 T. Department. The club also sponsors field trips for its members to as many different places of interest as possible. During the year the club sponsors a fall party for faculty and students to become better acquainted, a Homecoming float, Christmas party for the underprivileged children in the community, spring steak fry for members and faculty, participates in the Industrial Arts Round-Up and Industrial Arts Contests for high schools., sets up concession stands, makes pledge paddles for fraternities and sororities, plus other projects done as a community and school service. English Clult "Hurt" students take soil test before planting a tree. ' MMA cf 1 -g Collegiate 4-H 'X .. 72" . n . Vocational clubs active in campus life Agriculture Club-The Agriculture Club has as its primary purposes the promotion of fellowship and professional development among students and faculty members who are interested in agriculture and to give students an opportunity to become acquainted with prospective employers through scheduled monthly meetings. Activities for the current year include several' co-educational social activities highlighted by the Annual Spring Chicken Bar-B-Q. The construction of a float for the Homecoming Parade and participa- tion in the all-college carnival are also in the plans. F.F.A. Clubs of several high schools will be visited and briefed on the C.M.S.C. Agriculture Program. Parents of all agriculture majors will be invited to the I "Aggie" Club Spring Banquet. Members of the "Aggie" Club also play a leading role in I conducting the Annual Future Farmer judging Contest. 46 Lonny Duckworth shows first-place Homecoming parade trophy to members of the AG Club. Home lub-Throughout Jrs speakers from n many different e variety of fields :nt. The club also bers to as many sible. During the y for faculty and ed, a Homecoming underprivileged ng steak fry for in the Industrial Contests for high ls, makes pledge rities, plus other school service. gg.. HH , Wgf.ffa we H :lg 335 ' s 4 7' as gi 1.7 fs if F English Club members sing carols at their annual Christmas party. Collegiate 4-H members lay out the boundary for a farm pond. English Club-The English Club is open to all English majors and minors. The Club's purpose is to provide monthly programs to enrich the language and literature offerings of the English department, and to afford students the opportunity to com- municate with members of the faculty. The Club awards annually a scholarship to a graduate student in English. Of- ficers were Marilyn Carothers, Presid- ent, Katie Murphy, Caroline McKelvey, and .loanie Phillips, Vice Presidents, Barbara Smith, Treasurer, and Sandy McIntyre, Secretary. Collegiate 4-H Club-The purposes of this Co-educational agriculture- oriented club are to assist local high school clubs with their programs and to help college students maintain an active membership in 4-H by participating in state, national, and international programs. Activities for the current year include the Annual Caroling and Christmas party and a spring picnic. Several officer workshops will be held during the year. Monthly meetings are scheduled for the first Tuesday evening of each month. Officers for the year are Ron Arthur, Presidentg Cindy Fitterling, Vice President, and Carolyn Leuhrs, Secretary-Treasurer. Home Economics Club-The fe Ch ' t for other vocational clubs. ,bers of the AG Club. Home Economics Club host a ristmas par y 47 Home Economics Club, formerly known as Colhecan, is a professional organization af- filiated with the Missouri Home Economics Association. Club membership is open to all Home Economics majors and minors. Ac- tivities of the year are many and varied including bake sales, philanthropic projects, parties and special programs. This year the Home Economics Club helped the Industrial Arts club give a party for underprivileged children and cosponsored a Christmas party for the various divisions of Applied Arts and Sciences. The highlight of the year came in the spring when the Warrensbu rg chapter was host to the Missouri Home Economics Association. This has been a full and productive year for the Club. Sponsors for the organization are Mrs. Georgia Swewll, Miss Lorraine Munger and Mrs. Carol Loveal. Cadets McMillan and Smith review map reading with Ltc. Milton Benz. M National Society of Scabbard and Blade-The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is a national military society and was established in " V 1904 by five cadets from the University of -il,,,hA ,f A f . Wisconsin. The purposes and ideals of Scabbard '-KN , . , -ly and Blade are to raise the standard of military I I J- , V education, encourage and foster the essential i 'liqv I . ,"' qualities of good and efficient officers and to an 5, Q. ,V ,l H promote friendship and good fellowship among the cadet officers. Membership in Scabbard and .y Blade is based on outstanding leadership ' W 1, qualities and is limited to advanced course - , lg ' ' cadets with a 3.0 grade in ROTC courses and an lj I overall grade-point of 2.5. ' O O O Academic interests spur Arm honorarles Cadet Russell Slade shows Brigadaire Mary Duke of CMS how to fire the M-60 machine gun. Pershing Rifles-Company R-7 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles, an honorary military fraternity, was founder on this campus in 1968. The purpose of this fraternity is to foster a brotherhood among the men in ROTC and to enourage three groups within the organization: Drill Team, Rangers, and the newly formed RiflefPistol team. Drill Team learns drill with weapons, regular drill, and exhibition drill, and competes throughout the midwest with other colleges and un- iversities. Rangers is a tactical counter-guerilla group, training in combat tactics and guerilla-type combat. This year's training also includes rappelling, a descent used in mountain climbing. Company R-7 sponsored the 7th Regimental Company Commanders Conference for Pershing Rifles at CMS in February. Membership in Company R-7 of the Pershing Rifles is open to men in ROTC who meet the qualification of a Pershing Rifleman or anyone who can contribute to the advancement of the Society. F The Brigadaires-The Brigadaires arrived on the Central Missouri State campus May, 1971 as the women's auxiliary of the Military Science Department. It is an honorary women's organization with membership based on scholarship, leadership, character and poise. Its purpose is to aid the department and the college at various campus functions. The Brigadaires traveled to the ROTC summer camp at Fort Riley, Kansas to observe the CMS cadets train with 3100 other cadets from various states. Other activities during the year were participation in the 1971 Homecoming parade, assisting at the campus blood drives, and the commissioning ceremonies for the CMS cadets. They look forward to an active future of service to the ROTC and Central Missouri State. ., Jar' .uri M lu Outing Club- activities were packing in the chaperones wo classes, camp 01 Sunday afternc members furni rock-climbings are a few actiw Missouri Outd4 Award of Meri years of active Outdoor Write Clubis 6'Outs' vancement of t Missouri's outt 3 Pershing Rifles practice company drill on West Field. 23 American Marketii Accounting Cl has approxima open to any stu in accounting. .lohn Haddick President, Car .lim Wheeler, 'I year the club h some industri spoke at the these activities Day, and held spring picnic. been to contri the college, a and students. ' preparation of student to pr 'Vlir Arthur N 'i"'UC'Mi"0" Club functions create student participation P V N: , 5 r","':Xf3Z,m ' XF i , ,',' ff ' fi f, ' f2L45i?ZQ' X , ff 322. A l , 5 ,' jfs", ,,,f.fV7fg1n,5.. 4 .yr , ,V V,,i,rj,, VW, ' 1 ,cctct L -.. ' T 'f,.f,ff 255 i s f 4.61-.'f,:4f,,ff :ef cac' - Zena.: f- If -,fa iries 4 1 gadaires arrived on campus May, 1971 y of the Military I is an honorary membership based ip, character and the department and ipus functions. The he ROTC summer . to observe the CMS other cadets from ties during the year 1971 Homecoming lmpus blood drives, ceremonies for the Jrward to an active ROTC and Central drill on West Field. Outing Club-The Outing Club's most popular artivities were white water canoeing and back- packing in the Ozarks. Club members, with faculty chaperones would leave Warrensburg after Friday classes, camp on the trail or stream bank, and return Sunday afternoon. The club owns seven canoes, but members furnish most of their own gear. Caving, rock-climbings, sailing, and a slideshow and feast are a few activities of the club. In May, 1969, the Missouri Outdoor Writers Association presented an Award of Merit to the Club, the first award in 19 years of active service to CMS. The award stated the Outdoor Writer's Association's appreciation for the Clubis i'Outstanding contribution to the ad- vancement of the conservation and appreciation of Missouri's outdoor and natural resources." American Marketing Association recruits prospective members on Hub Day. Accounting Club-The CMS Accounting Club has approximately fifty members and is a club open to any student with a professional interest in accounting. This year's members elected .lohn Haddick, President, Bill Dickey, Vice President, Carol Leimkuehler, Secretary, and .lim Wheeler, Treasurer. During this academic year the club has visited various CPA firms and some industries. Many outstanding speakers spoke at the monthly meetings. In addition to these activities the club took part in Commerce Day, and held its annual Christmas party, and Spring picnic. The goals of this year's club has been to contribute to the School of Business, to the college, and the future Accounting Clubs and students. Another major goal has been the Preparation of students for the transition from student to professional. Faculty sponsors are Mr. Arthur Norton and Mr. O.B. Bautista. Outing club members enjoy white water canoeing. American Marketing Association-The Central Missouri State American Marketing Association is recognized as one of the fifth largest chapters nationwide, and is one of the many attributes of the Missouri chapters. The AMA on this campus attempts to help marketing majors familiarize themselves with the workings of the "real" marketing field. This is accomplished by having speakers at the meetings that represent many different companies in the United States. Some of the companies represented at the meetings were Prudential Insurance of Houston, Texas and Anheuser Busch of St. Louis. The AMA sponsors field trips, and holds an annual banquet at the end of the spring term. The AMA was active in the Commerce Day activities and in the Organizations on Hub Day. Officers for the year were Cary Noland, President, Jim Houseworth, Treasurer. Sponsors for the CMS chapter were Mr. John Erickson, Mr. Jim Long, and Mr. Robert Coker. Accounting Club members participate in a card game at the annual Christmas Party. l Q 1 i il l ll rl I. V is l. 1. 11 ii il I I 1 pl 4 in Qi Ll 'i al sl if ii ill lil lf! ff Kappa Mu Epsilon-Kappa Mu Ep- silon is a national mathematics honor society. Beta chapter sponsors numerous activities for members in- cluding a monthly lecture about mathematics and unofficial i'Math Club" for freshmen and interested students with other majors. A Christ- mas party, a spring banquet and a field trip are some of the annual club activities. Members must have 'com- pletedi at least two courses in calculifs. Officers for 1971-72 were Paul Bowman, Presidentg Stan Scott, Vice President, Janet Geary, Secretary, Barbara Alford, Treasurerg Shana McCann, Historian. A portrait of Dean Brown, which was a KME project, now hangs in the Science Library, ' . Q" Dean Gower initiates Dianne Redel into Alpha Lambda Delta at fall term initiation. Phi Beta Lambda-The Phi Beta Lambda chapter seeks to develop within its members qualities of business and civic leadership. Dr. Olin Frazier, a member of the Business Department, acts as the sponsor of this group. This organization me-ets the second Thursday of each month. Annual activities of the Phi Beta Lambdas are many and varied. Throughout the year they host a Christmas Tea for the faculty members of the Business Department, and par- ticipate in a field trip in the spring. Their activities also include inviting student teachers to come and pre- sent a program about their teaching experiences, and sponsoring a pic- nic at Pertle Springs in May. ,, 3 lr PHI Bela Lamkft L HEC Coffte 1' 1 JJ W. . Z , . 4 J , l ' 5 r Y .i ? ,,., rr K. Qs 4. .4 l . ag Alpha Lambda Delta-Alpha Lambda Delta is a scholastic honor society for freshman women which requires a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5. New members are initiated each term. Alpha Lambda Delta was represented in "Organizations in the Hub" and par- ticipated in Homecoming, taking third place in the all campus float division. The emblem is a lighted candle in its holder, signifying knowledge. Their colors are red, white, and gold. The red represents the burning flame of knowledge. The white represents the search for truth. The gold represents the strong base of honor. These three colors symbolize the standards held by members of Alpha Lambda Delta. The sponsors are Dr. Sherralyn Craven, Dr. Laura Nahm, and Mrs. Alice Gower, Dean of Women. Phi Beta Lambda host free coffee and tea. Hono I D Sigma Tau Delt. Tau Delta is now Central Missouri membership in 1 clude a 2.5 overal. Hwssimal junior st of literatul igs in the Science Library, :lta-Alpha Lambda ic honor society for which requires a nt average of 3.5. New ed each term. Alpha as represented in the Hub" and par- oming, taking third us float division. The candle in its holder, . Their colors are red, e red represents the riowledge. The white 1 for truth. The gold base of honor. These ze the standards held a Lambda Delta. The ierralyn Craven, Dr. 's. Alice Gower, Dean Honor societies promote scholastic activities Delta Tau Alpha's enjoy a fall term weiner roast. Delta Tau Alpha-Delta Tau Alpha is a national honorary society in the field of agriculture. The purposes are to promote and recognize high standards of scholarship, leadership, and character among agricultural students, to encourage and foster high ethical standards, to promote the profession of agriculture, and to render service and co-operation to the student body. Initiation into Delta Tau Alpha is based on a 3.0 grade-point average in all completed agricultural courses, good character, and leadership. Activities for the year include sponsoring the 'LAggie" Alum- ni Banquet, co-sponsoring the "Aggie" Chicken Bar-B-Q, inviting representatives of various agricultural businesses to the campus for the Career Day activities, par- ticipating in the National D.T.A. Convent- ion, and selecting the outstanding "Aggie" freshman and senior. Current officers are Bruce Bailey, Presidentg Paul Jones, Vice President. Members of Sigma Tau Delta browse through books in the department library. Sigma Tau Delta-The Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma THU Delta is now completing its fourteenth year on the Central Missouri State College campus. Qualifications for membership in this national English Honor Society in- clude a 2.5 overall grade point, a 3.0 grade point in English, minimal junior standing, and a professional interest in the study of literature. New members are initiated in both fall and the spring and nominated by fellow students and faculty members. Sigma Tau Delta helps support visiting lecturers, holds a monthly meeting bringing students and faculty togelhcr in an informal session, and provides for analysis and discussion of literature and the arts. Co-sponsors are Dr. ina Unglcsby and Dr. William Mosier. 5 I y I - ---- -V - -- V- - V , . . , K1flLiK1:'!F4F!f 411'?:'.Zl!1'... l GREEKS fgrekj, n. 1. a native or inhabit ant of ancient or modern Greece. 2. a member of a Greek- letter fraternity. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ALPHA OMICRON PI ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA . ALPHA SIGMA T AU ALPHA XI DELTA DELTA SIGMA THETA DELTA ZETA SIGMA GAMMA RHO SIGMA KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 1 MV- - -f--:wif 1 1""'?'t' I -1 VS T' 1 If , 'i5'g11sge1r-ww asf 4 f 1 ---4.-:TQ-....V.-f.:-.,Y. VL, 14.-., V-Q V-.--,----.....--.., ,.- ..--.............., .,,,, 'R .' 'lu' I. , If - N Q, in 1. I . . '19 qw--Mm rg. - -iw Y A-H , V - ,,, , 'I . , . 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The purpose of they print a ham pai ra or i e momo . . . . , y , nf, oo,p,, eo,Wp in Qypp eyooo 1 this party is to give independent women a chance to meet women m of joining a fra the sororities. To make rush procedures and rules clearer, 3 intramural rank , p up lln' ' handbook is printed. Panhellenic serves as the channel of year IFC and Pa communication for coordinating the projects and programs of the and donated tg f v y ,,f5gy5iL,,'n,inpzfinn35fi3133,glngggiili,-n'E2,gg1.tiE.y' P various sororities. Each sorority elects three girls to be representatives Organized and 4 1 - f, 'A , to the coun cil. . . v Alpha dufmg SPUHS if , r L,rL f a , vra, ,. We ' a w f P r'v'c't 1 I ,r.n. f i t . f 1 f' A f -' . 'V' ' I Wee' K C nivv ' " . ffLf't315'f it "'l 1'l'?3Q,: fl 513 ""' -riff. 7 1,2 - '-1 g H- Q-f' if-fff-2-ff1'2-arf'-'Iv'-Mlfvf ' -11:22 Kathy 'Littrell Catherine -Jones Barbara Smith Debby Halbert Jim Dickey President Vice President Secretary Treasurer President J an 1 ,4,V p Ann Alpers Tarry Augustine Sandy Case Georgia Eason .lean Gibbons Peggy Head Rhonda Huot Victoria Kozlen Bette McGinnis Cheri Nugen Sue Ottinger Marilyn Sells Susan Shadley Linda Spencer Jill Wilson Teri Wren Judy Young -as vs- -- V.. 4v-A--, TS K 54 x Inter-Fraternity Council The Inter-Fraternity Council establishes rules which regulate and govern fraternity life on Central Missouri State campus. Annually they print a handbook to acquaint the independent men with the cost of joining a fraternity, the reasons for pledging., the scholarship, intramural ranking, history, and activities of each fraternity. This year lFC and Panhellenic co-sponsored the Brooklyn Bridge Concert and donated to the Martin Luther King Lecture Series. They also organized and sponsored Greek Week which is held on campus during spring term. Jim Dickey Paul Nuzum Rick Jensen Roger Zirbel President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Ken Becker Richard Bennet Marlin Bryant 'fi' ,,,.:.g,' :V 'f 55 Rick Houghtlin Tom Ketteman David Lenz Mark Miller Richard Coffey Jack Dillingham Don Drysdale John Elliott Norman Fricke Tom Peak Michael Pipkan Larry Shelar Dennis Somerville Mark Weber 1 if 4 t 4 4 4.91 1 4-n . , ,,.w,.-,,...-...1 g:1.'-a,w.-f.,.,-n-wr-,Ml Diana Berry Margie Clinkingbeard ff " ' Kay Conway fi x Cathy Crist L4 - Linda Garrison Gayle Harrison Sandy Hollinger Shirley Kochsmeier Fonda Kreu r Kathy Littrell! Betty Loyd Kathy McKelvy Mary Mereness Cherie Nu en Mind Ostlund Sue gttinger Sybil Perry Hilda Polnack ,lane Quammen Sue Rauscher Meredeth Robbins Diane Schilly Pam Short Sharon Steel Janet Van Kirk Joann Walker Mary .Welch Rhonda Wiedenmey Diane Woltkamp el' .. ,f --'- -X a-ef .,,. ,. ap. -X rf -' 4 . lg-03 2 . -I Y Janet Hull President . Ar, , gmt: 1. . 1 415 t'f.-?4 . -1 , 3,754 8 4- .5- 1 5, , V ,A V .2 C 5 I 'f ' fu Laurie Leonard Lora Harper Gayle Kenner Vice President Secretary TICHSIIICI' Kathie Alexander Terry Bailey Wendy Bailey 4 . . 'ii "i' -'.- . v e H ' N -' ' fig A Yi.: , is sk 4 . C. . L: , 'V i " N v U "" K t at as fx M, ,.:.:swq4 t NS z 2 X .. :Qi j S X X .. , a " ' . . x g , Q fv- f X - - X K ,w Nw 1, ...f ' - +1.51 , 42- " , 56 5, - . 'P E' ' ' 2-1 ' .2 1' .fm N- X ' ff' 1 ff, wg'-1 1 A cgi' - A. I 1 , ,,,. , ug ' Y . ,A-. . pf ,ff -ag 2 -...-,. A .g:2lE..',' 14, K i .. tx x ,A-.. f X. 4 '!...i: ,s-r- 3, Epsilon Cho returned I1 school yea Trophy am Gams carri HCIean Up th Halloween an and visiting found the Al Annual Ope :A , Gayle Kenner Treasurer LPHA GAM DELT Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta enthusiastically returned to CMS after having completed a successful school year, receiving the Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy and Greek Week Queen-Kathy Littrell. Alpha Cams carried on this fall with homecoming float entry 'iClean Up the Bear Cansn. Some, of their projects were Halloween and Christmas parties for retarded children, and visiting nursing homes and hospitals. Christmas found the Alpha Cams serving for President Lovinger's Annual Open House. Alpha Cams are officers as well members in many campus organizations Panhellenic Council. AWS, CWENS, Union Cabinet, SGA, SNEA, Mulekickers, Sisters of the Golden Heart, Crescent Girls, CMS Dancers, Dolphins, and Prexy Club. Honors awarded to chapter members included Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, and Tassels. Faculty sponsors for 1971-72 were Mrs. Lawrence Bradley, Dr. Myron Carter, Miss Marian Lisher, Mrs. George Mitchell, Miss Margaret Peterson, and Dr. Zey. ' gfkgjzivi-, - ,- f, . , x ff rf"-""f" 1" M , pl egfffp. gif' ,1,gf,f,s!57 45..- , ggfffyffi Q2 , ,,,,.,,,,, ,,, , - , ,ff fj,-g,,,j,,f, f fr' ,,fj4,f f f , ' ify f,f'i1?f Zif ,. QQ' - a xffaffrzlff' fififfiff-f '11 f if V- gkffaizffxv 4, gffqifz- , ' 2 X' f 1 ,,2f'11ff'VfLZ1 "7,'L4'Lf" ,, 251.5517 ,iff t If 5-gf?fjjf?fiQQ2ffQQ7' P' . .:.....,.,,,..LL,..,.,,,.-,-.-......,,..,,.,.Y..... , ' Judy Pohl LaDonna Ehler President Vice President Nicki Alexopoulos Sharon Baker Gail Barber Sue Buggerstaff Pat Cameron Kathy Cox Brenda Terrell Secretary Treasurer , ' V rw The Delta CMS for Distinguis the Kansas Pi traveled colony, L2 School C were well Greek float as first P1 O Q ss 4, t , L l i -. 1 bc 4 I 'X I 1 55:32.55 'jf 1 i 5 Q 1 SM Kathy Carmichael Linda Danley j X Pat Fox . ,"' . Rosie Gulla ' 'Riff in Janet Haley x Cindy Heeren fy Karen Herzog " Carolyn Jumps Debbie Long Patty Lukosuis Kathy Marshall Rita Ming Becky Nintwig Jan Puckett Patty Heying Nancy Huffendick Rhonda Huot Ruth Ann Hunt Catherine Jones Debby Jones Marilyn Sundermeyer Janet Toburen Linda Walters Linda Williams Donita Woodward N ' Judy Young Kathy Young 4, 4 A 'M 3, fifilig I ah ..x . , 1, 1 " of 2 x in , . 5: Ruth Schanzmeyer 1 Melinda Sears 1 'K A Pat Sharp J .44 y Kathy Shoot I :J y Donna Smarr , -M ' Rita Stevens ' " ' x I ff Yr s a ,Q 4 z g f - 1 Y , ff-t :mt Y 3 I is v n x . ' 1. , Q 9 O 5 . , Women 1 P 4 -4 sw se. , .as , I fr A, t x Sl' 1 t . 5: gg 3 it Q X Q Q Brenda Terrell Treasurer LPH MICRO PI the Delta Pi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi returned to CMS for another successful year after receiving two Distinguished Service Cup Awards for AOPis support of thc Kansas City Arthritis Foundation. Alpha Omicron Pi traveled to Maryville for the installation of a new colony, Lambda Omega. The year began with the All- School Carnival and Homecoming activities. AOPi's were well represented by winning,first place in the Greek float division and the crowning of Melinda Sears as first Princess. An annual Pumpkin Carving Contest and party was held for the boys at the Higginsville State School. Christmas was celebrated by sharing Founder's Day dinner with sisters from Lambda Omega. Among other activities are the annual Parents Day Banquet, Easter Party, and the Rose Banquet and Formal. Other functions the AOPi's participated in were CWENS, Mulekickers, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, College Union Committee, AWS, and the Student Government Association. 5 I? k ,li 'im' Ziff f 1 k lloat in the Homttomlng pdrdflt Women of AOPi team up with the men of Delta Chi to produce the top SFCC Sheila 0'Connor President Sandy Case Cindy Bates Debby Halbert Vice President Secretary Treasurer Mary Anagnos Tarry Augustine Debbie Bryan , Linda Burton ,hu I V". ig: 5-an , A I N 4 yr 'Q Q :if 2 'S' . I 3 ,L , Glenna Hand Karen Kedigh Jeanine Lanning Sharon Leachman Julie Long Mary McCurdy Kathy Middleton Debbie Nickell Donna Penniston Melody Place Connie Craft Nancy Dorn Sheila Gockel Jill Hagan Julie Hammen A ! nz il! 1 xl? U53 E , 2 zz gf: W 2 5 gp xx xxx I' I ., ,. -nf Q QI' lf' ,, Q L 1 Q' 'f fi fs' A ,E at A LEAN UT ix 'X ' fi H 1 fifty' 7-'deli 1 'YQ 5 Fisk ' ' i f 5 . Y 'fi"'g" E S 60 Heretic am the meml Alpha. Al Melody P Queen cal Alpha's p mentally ret Alphas were preparing a up a marrla 4 M gg, .Q V f W i ,. K ia 1 ' H. I 'W' ,V ca, ' 4 Lk 4-"-Q77 ff ,f--if-fzf-1 10 - ,3f4.-M-r1.4 ' g.fffL-W A ,Q-f E Debby Halbert Treasurer .Y . I i L s K x ' 3 3 L , f W 1 'II Z I fa., 5. 72" if -ii LPHA SIGMA LPH llectic and fun was the way the 1971-72 year began for the members of Zeta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Alphas were proud to have Carol Olendorff, Melody Place and Janice Wright: for Homecoming Queen candidates, with Janice a Homecoming Princess. Alpha's philanthropic projects included adopting two mentally retarded children at Higginsville State School. Alphas were busy with Founderis Day Banquet, teas, preparing a Homecoming house decoration, and setting up a marriage booth at the All School Carnival. Other activities that the Alphas participated in during the year were Association of Women Students, CWENS Student National Education Association, Alpha Lambda Delta, the Honors Program, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities, Golden Heart, Lambda Chu Crescent Girls, Varsity Cheerleading, Tassels, Union Board Committee, Prexy Club, ACE, AMA, and Panhellenic Council. Sorority sponsors for the 1971 72 year were Dr. Jesse Jutten, Dr. Velma Taylor, Miss Bette Van Blair, and Mr. Dan Milliard. ,V AL I II I V Cathy Reavis ,I ',,A, A 'If ' I Debbie Schmitt :ff A 41 i' ' Lynne 5hffPafd 2, Sandy Skaggs '-' 7 . Sheryl Sloan ff' i 4 ' i 1 - Wendy Ware WWI I . I v c. Barb Wheai if " 5. 5' 4 5 IIIVIV Janice Wright -'Q Th ' A ' za ., ' ff , Af . . , z , , In .0-' . 1 'fs' I 'wr - 3. ., , W.: -A 'Q 5' Vf"w'f ' f . V f Li" 4 ' .4 1 1. 'M' ,..-M., . .mf an , I , ,K f ,t V, ,.,, H II . . 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If' . za-w.'f'L' -'ff '-"'- A' N- - ' ' ...,., f- , gf ,I gy' , ..,- ,, rw - M., Af A 1 Lgzfffaafqfaae 1 4 -7.-ww-fu,-sl .-: 5.--,av w-v-"fue: - :p z-.V-1.1.1.-M-w-W, - Victoria Kozlen Bette McGinnis Linda Nance Gail Re Pinec Fonda Smith Sharon Eaton President 'QNX ' Barbra Smith Carol Atkins Vice President Secretary Cathie Bainer Alpha Sigma Tau'5 have a fall term rush party and weiner roast al Grover P k ar . 62 Barbara Friend Treasurer .f-.lpha Sigm Working w Higgensvilln national ph ment Schoo including tl Calendar won during Sigma Tau annual Pai Banquet. yi gf Z Some ew Barbara Friend Treasurer LPHA SIGMA TAU tlplia Sigma Tau had several philanthropic activities: Marking with retarded children at a carnival in iliggcnsville, and supporting the Alpha Sigma Tau national philanthropy project, Pine Mountain's Settle- ment School. Also, entries were made in several contests including the TKE-TBI 500, Best Dressed Girl, Sig Tau's Calendar Queen and RHETOR Queen. Two events were won during participation in the Greek Games. Alpha Sigma Tau held such events as a winter formal, the annual Parents Day picnic and the Founder's Day Banquet. Alpha Sigma Tau's were actively engaged in many college organizations and activities this year including CWENS, Association of Women Students, Tassels, Alpha Omega Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, English Clubg Prexy Club, College Union Cabinet, Kappa Omicrom Phi, and Quiz Bowl. Sponsors for Alpha Sigma Tau during the year were Mrs. Betty Clardy, Mrs. Martha Egelston, Miss El Virga Denning, Dr. Stanley Killingbeck, and Dr. J. Smith. ff J, X in Some events that Alpha Sigma Tau s attend aren t all warm sunny n ml Cl - , ' ' ' , ', a d 'l . 63 5 . , A . .- ---,...- -.A -..-L. .L--. a,........st.,- .... , ...... - , . , V I I ! e Q i 1 1 i P I I i i 1 i l J r i neu Gail McCarty Patty McCormick Joyce Plank Debbie Ruprecht Barb Saunders Janis Schlueter Patty Simon Penny Stark Pam Taylor Donna Trent Linda Turpin Liz Vawler Bonnie Vollmar Leslie Werthman Valora Werthman Dian Williams Ginger Young Clairanna Zbaren Donna Fabiani President 5- - 4:4 Carol Hackney Vice President Janette Adams , Donna Chapman ,f , iz " 1 7 ' Pita Craig Jeanie Daniels 1 -Qi : - -" "'A' f 2 N 5 2' , H, I L 1- if V ' cc 1753 ' Ann Delisle Paul' 0 Mara Secretary Treasurer Z'-"1 f ,X V' '.5,4' 1.- V .A-ki ,. ,Y ' 422: ,..,, 1: hi, i , gf ,Q ,Qi , if Q v 530' , x of 9 .Hz ...-13 1-gs --:1 - , 5 i 1 X 5 R 1 , I? 4 N V Q. ' ,v.:2,..+: 1 38 5: N, 4- f' if ff -V: '- -- 2. V " ,. Linda Edwards b "' A 5 5 nil - A - 5 Dehthie. 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' 9 -f 515' : 7 ' . , V4, ,Q x I N V., fr: . - ' - life' , 5 lf- gif f. 64 The Epsilon reat ear bY during the entry Sweep also carved I Halloween. A Deltas sp0IlS0 Fabiani reigna Gayle McCart Tau Gamma l 9 Alpha Xi Delta capi rf X Q Xb . -as Q QQ ext or i ...sf . , N - ii' x- X .. .e--N-.LQ l F 1- N K .. le Patty O'Mara Treasurer .Iii ,, 3 W4 I I N I P5-il-Siiii ' 'ff w 93. -,, . a fiflfii 14 A mea, I I r, , I ' WT' 777 W2 mid? A 7' fs LPHA XI DELT The Epsilon Tau Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta began a great year by capturing first place in the Greek division during the Homecoming parade with their walking entry "Sweep up the un-BEAR-ablesf' Alpha Xi Delta also carved pumpkins for various campus groups at Halloween. At the All-School-Carnival the Alpha Xi Deltas sponsored a Hspuirt the Candlei, booth. Donna Fabiani reigned as the Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart and Gayle McCarty became second Princess for the Sigma Tau Gamma Greek Calendar. Some of the other activities in which Alpha Xi Delta participated during the year were Aquanettes, CWENS, Mulekickes, Varsity Cheerleaders, AWS, New man Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta, SGA, Ski Club, SCIC, Honors Program, CMSC Players, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, College Union Cabinet, and Missouri Coordinator Region XI-ACU-I. Alpha Xlis faculty spon- sors for the year were Mrs. Dolores Gram, Mr. Phillip McKimmey, Mr. Art Mulleis, and associate Member, Mrs. Alice Gower, Dean of Women. m 775' , , , .. I X , I , ,, '- Alpha Xi Delta captures first place in the Greek division ofthe Homecoming parade with their walking cnlry Swttp up tht IHIBEAR-dlllts. X Marilyn ,Ioll Karla Powel s Denise Ragan Q.. Terrie Samuels M Cois Wilson uc.: 19:-c, 1 Ja- z v,.:.,,...:4-vze f ir -., 1 4 , v-.., Linda Spencer Getta Hall Anira Gilmore President Vice President Secretary Thelma Chandler 2 Naomi Glenn Valerie Inge G 1 . X ..., M u fr f f 1. .aw-Fmw t A :pf ,V W: A .. , AM N l, ei I A' ,' L 71 I f an I ? f H QW! . g 2 - xv , sl Linda McClendon Treasurer Zeta Lam established January 13 The found community mind, Delta campus incl UNICEF fu raising dri scholarship I W Pyramids participate in .Iabberwock Talent Show. 66 Linda McC1endon Treasurer DELTA SIG TI-IETA Zeta Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was established on the Howard University campus on january 13, 1913 by twenty-two undergraduate women. The founders instituted an organization dedicated to community service and scholarship. With these goals in mind, Delta Sigma Theta's third year on the CMSC campus included activities such as participating in the UNICEF fund drive and Jaberwock fa week-long fund raising drive culminated by the presentation of a scholarship to a worthy black studentj. Other. activities included a Greek Mauch, a workshop for Delta Sigma Theta members in the Central Region, the .lack of Heart, and the Mother-Daughter weekend. The Zeta Lambda Chapter took second place in the Greek walking entry division of the Homecoming Parade with its slogan, MSmokey Says: Smoke the Bears, But Don't Start a Forest Fire." The Delta Sigma Thetas participated in powder puff football and other in- tramural sports. Sponsors for the 1971-72 year were Mrs. Patricia Ashman and Mrs. Ruth Patmore. 67 i X A. Q1 , fax 0- Dfif , .,-, x f sl, 5,1 .ff 1 wfgfff v X I W 34, M X J Z ' , f ,Q f ff? 1 L b fc, Linda Baker Peggy Head Chris Clark Jeanne Roonel' President Vice President - Secretary Treasurer Ricky Bryant Teresa Burgess mv.-:-:.,:.s-.'-wfm-Q:-1-1 :,.'--.vw-zv-1 -"- H'-3 F 5 -:V Regina Caple Anne Chase Janel Eshelman Linda Fowler Zona Hall Cindy Hunsen Jackie Haysler Mickey Jave l-lelen Lusczek Pat Matson Jan Maxwell Jeanie McDonald, Ronda Mclloberts Jane Michaels Karen Moore Mary Moore June Moran Kit Scannell X if 't r X 4 6 ' 2 'Q Carol Colemann N55 Linda Daugherty 4 ' Dianne Davis Pam Dawson Ann Dickmann Debbie Dickson Mary Duke ,rs Cv- Donna Gebelein Jean Gibbons Linda Goldsmith Sydney Green tr-,, Yfv .J -r The Epsilon Successful 3 Dawson, til This sponsc mum sale at of Delta Z sponsoring finalists, Li was named Bratcher in .N Deana Schmid Marianne Schoenthal Marilyn Sells Syd S aunhorst Julie Spenser Jane Sum ter Marilyn Wljegmann fi is if 'Zi' ' I 68 ww. .4 xy X H X- ' ? f 3 .ge . 3: .1 'E f -ff' h W., Jr., .fl 'Marti - 51 gy-fs Nat nb, , ,. . , ,,,,,,,z,. V A he , :'W..-gl f-fxevn - ' ' fu ""."',,'f'1"f . . Quo' 1, .e-V," S ff-4 3, . ' ' ' ,, 'A.,..-:--V-'t , rf: V-ff-rw 6- fu- ,, is ""- ,r 'ff 'T ,, ' -- " 'E ' 1 N. 7- ' - J- . ' f'f3'1fI."""? iw- 1 ' "fi -A " -V-.V--K S ,hw , , ,, Y . Wwe v' A, , m ,,-, :Ml .syn-ff! - ri nf JM ' ,. ,-'-A-1 .- i":?". ,M e ,,'.Q-e-"i'Q:: 53-17 gl.. ,X vi. L- U Q ,-g:...- .J Nerf- ,A was , .33iN- 1 -: s V g.,- , WM ft' ... LV, L, ,.s-Q-Q3 - 1 - , ,M Ms X M,3-Erie xr .Q , ..-Q' , V Q-Us-M, ,,. t- -- S-V off 4: V. f--f A s..-j Wag' xox X ,. ..,.z M. .,,..,-- Q, ,-an P V' .,.---' "-g.g,.--- 'JI'-T-W': " .. . ef """ 'T' v""fQ1- A 5, 1 , ,,,, E B: --rjxgggs.. N, 55 .M - ' , , W..-4 - ,.., we , ,i i 44. ,401 ...nv 'fd gnu ""'.:fs:-tnwmswnm v M1 ,,,,. Wg 0' ,,,,.p1"' A , .- Q---wr ' :M-H . . N - ' ...- ' Jeanne Rooney Treasurer DELTA ZET The Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Delta Zeta began a successful year by sharing their home with Pamela Dawson, their foreign exchange student from India. This sponsorship was possible through the annual DZ mum sale at Homecoming. At this same time the women of Delta Zeta were also busy building a float and sponsoring one of the top ten homecoming queen finalists, Linda Daughterty, Delta Zeta's Linda Fowler was named Best Dressed Girl on Campus, with Donna Bratcher in the top Ten finalists. Activities that the DZ's participated in included the Annual Steak Fry, Founder's Day tea, a Valentine party for underprivileged children, the Rose and Green Ball, and Parent's Day Banquet. Delta Zetas were in AWS, ANEA, One and Only, Dolphins, Kappa Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, Delta Psi Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, CWENS, Wl'1o,s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Union Cabinet, ACE, SCIC, and the MSTA, Sponsors were Mrs. Louise Mayfield, Mr. William Foreman, and Dr. Maureen Achauer. at i .. M- Y- - fy 1 1, .gf f? 11 if Y 11,1 i 4 7f7lf""' Z 0 J ' ...,.w. . y.,. .-,,,.,,. as l y ... ' 4... -- fxx.-7 cggx . -,f'x,rfs-Le... . . X, ,,.,, . O A J if S2147-1, f ,V X - ..-..f-fm. ,, Helen Wallace Ra Shele Robinson Queenie Hill Wonda Tyndall President Vice President i Secretary Treasurer Vicki McNeil Sibyl Piper Yvonne Steward Lenora Fair 'fm - ! , ' E Y ff.. .sl ' , , V f , 1 "-:fm A J, .12 M :Q H nf f , X ,f 2' K ,. f ' Y -V ' f f If , 1 I all 3252: The Delta began their involving c every Tue included r the sorori stadium s activities i annual NS' now reigns. 'Q F i J Sigma Members of Sigma Gamma Rho get together to make plans for a banquet. Neo' Wonda Tyndall Treasurer S GMA GAMM RHO The Delta Pi chapter of the Sigma Gamma Rho sorority began their fall activities by sponsoring a service project involving community children at the Sacred Heart Gym every Tuesday. Sigma Gamma Rho's activities also included many social functionsg one such activity was the sorority sponsored '6Bar-b-que" Dinner at the stadium shelter house on Parents Day. Other such activities included dances, bake sales, raffles, and the annual "Sweetheart Ball", of whom Mr. Gerry Williams now reigns. Sigma Gamma Rho showed their spirit by taking first place in the Greek Division of the ."Powder Puff Football" contest. Sigma Gamma Rho was also honored by the selection of one of their members in the "Top Ten Best Dressed Girlsv on campus contest. Sigma Gamma Rho sorority was well represented in the Association of Black Collegiates Homecoming Queen Contest with one of their members being crowned first runner-up. Sigma Gamma Rho's sponsors for the 1971-72 year are Mrs. Gloria English and Dr. Flaningham. .enora Fair a I .fi 1- ga , i l .ffi' Sigma's put on banquet for neophytes. Neophytes receive gifts at the banquet. 'ai Sigma's performing at neophyte party. Dance preparations begin after banquet. .. ,-.. ,uf Georgia Eason Connie Eggers Lucy Elliott Leia Giles Susie Griffin gufuffqxfa, 4 Q Q .pa ,uni r- vaqvq-rv-1.4411 Hu . W1 "V " 1 111.-v N,-wvr ? ., - 5 ., J "E of Shari Dusheke janet Payne PreSidCnl Vice President Ann Alpers ,-'V, - - 3' Diieua Atkins Ellen Borum 4 , Debbie Boyer ,V Becky Brown Sondra Collis Lana Donley Karen Duffy Susie Dusheke fix Corinne Uyehara Secretary Jane Simmons Treasurer The Delta with the Debbie Boy candidate carried the Sorority Di shared the t reigned as I Military B2 runner-up i ,, 2 A. l 1 "f .A 4 -, g., , A Y Pledges are taken by surprise when aclives lake them out for a pledge picnic. 72 Sig Kap's celel 'Vw 0 Sig Kar -g A .. Jane Simmons Treasurer SIGMA KAPP The Delta Eta Chapter of Sigma Kappa began the year with the crowning of the 1971 Homecoming Queen, Dcbbie Beyer, with Lucy Elliott being sponsored as a candidate by Delta Upsilon. 4'Mules Recycle the Bears" carried the ecology theme and took third place in the Sorority Division. Barb Dennis and Debbie Boyer shared the title of 1971-RHETOR Princess. Karen Duffy reigned as first princess to the second annual CMSC Military Ball and Jill Fleetwood became the first runner-up in the Miss Warrensburg Pageant. Sigma Kappa's .Philanthropies included sponsoring a foster child in Greece and collecting for UNICEF. Sig Kap's were active in AWS, ACE, SNEA, CWENS, Delta Psi Kappa, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta, Kappa Delta Pi, Tassels, Mulekickers, Cheerleading, CMS Dancers, and Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girls. Sponsors for this year were Miss Elizabeth Engle, Miss Eleanor Shockey, Mrs. Bernice Craig, Mrs. Martha Rader, Dr. Louie Sosebee, Lt. Col. William Warlick, and Dr. Lowell Whiteside. . - f , ' i, f Q . ft. , K -1- . 'f i'i..l fe' , ,ff at Q ' ! 15 u. Sig Kap's celebrate birthdays with cake and best wishes. nut for a Pledge Picnic. TWO Sig Kaffs prepare themselves for the TKE Tri 500 3 June Hlavacek ' Laura Holland Cathie Johnson .I V f Diana Johnson Linda Kindred Carol Larkin Terri Lewis Beth Porter Bebbie Ragland Deb Smith Debby S encer Marilyn empel Marcia Townsend Linda Weber Dehhle Welhern ,lame Wilson Paula Wilson Susan Wolfe 1 f ,ff S. a K ', Q f ', .I I . . X,-.1x"n 73 Connie May Ceorganne Mitchell Cher Mueller Debbie Nichols Belh Ohlrich Cathy Powers Paulette Reistad Susan Shadley Mary Slur eon Michelle 'lguccillo Cindy Walters Jo Weiss Jill Wilson Nancy Windler Barb Witherup Teri Wren Indy Yager Sandy Wheeler Ethel,Ne1meyer Linda Elmer Debby Green President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Jane Alexander Pam Allin Kali Ball Nancee Beaudoin Coleen, Boyd Kathy Carew Judy Fingland .lanann Freeman Gail Ihrig Susan Kin sley Kathy Mathis 74 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Nu Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma began the year by having several Sigmas return with beauty titles. Miss Warrensburg, Michelle Tucillo, placed in the Top Ten in the Miss Missouri contest, Barb Witherup became Miss Jackson County and Susan Kingsley was second princess in Miss Henry County. Homecoming brought four Sigmas selected as queen candidates: Colleen Boyd for Phi Sigma Epsilon, Janaan Freeman supported by Alpha Kappa Lambda, Susan Shadley backed by Theta Chi and Sandy Wheeler for the Sigmas. This year the Tri-Sigs won second place in their division for their Homecoming float "Ass-fixiate the Bearsw, and the TKE-TBI 500 Best Dressed Award. Working together with Sigma Phi Epsilon, the Sigmas held their annual Christmas party for the underprivileged. Sigmas participated in CWENS, AWS, Tassels, Dolphins, Para Medico, Fashion Board, Tri-Kaps, Who's Who, Kappa Delta Pi, and PRSSA. Sponsors were Dr. Joyce Bailey, Mrs. Nina Devenny, Mrs. Roddey Taylor, Mrs. David Eshelman, and Mrs. Dean Vogelaar. L. 3, A V ,"v , f I , L V -, H 1 ., ix- g . ' K. 1 . Y, P' 3' , aa, - M as .5 ' '1 A J f I H K ' .,, 1 , A . U Siege? 1 , - 4 S' f.,. ' 4 i A L U f 'H " Q- - s-if --.-..-.. .M ,H+ --w--- '.f.-f1f-f:--f-f-f:r:-:::2:-.i-,.4,.,:va-+40-4.v : .ff 4 1 44qm:1q541ygfgu.f:f.f. .-..'-MPT-'-'rn -"f"- fl' W 7 - ' - - f , ,X , , I , ' f' dviff' 'j A f , ,f , , , f ff , ag Ji I dx I i , I . , A -1 ,emu ' K f A mvw N , - , "'. -N ., J, A gg, .22 WHA Q , if Vi , xf I in , Q 1 -f Charles Dyche David Arnold Kenneth Schumacke President Vice President Secretary Edward Brewster Richard Carleton ,I ' Curtis Cearley , Cary Comens 6 5 , my 'fa ' Michael Cross Steven Fritts James Grigsby Chester Koch Charles McClain ,3, I "" , -gf, ' Q29 .f r Craig Lowe Treasurer ',, win The Sigmi Second yi campus, l collegiate Pis activit All-School-C inter-frater functions of Hilda the A hundred an W, af' ,A ,J Z lf. 'fd " ' f,,0!'1'?'1 Mrs. Lovinger serves members of Al h 76 K p a Epsilon Pi's caroling group. - "2 f fd -e 7. -if ,. ':f ' EE. A- f f 5::'.:.., ,.fff1::' ::.vI1'f 3gL7':"'.-- .J ' L5:,,,1-.J I , ,: 5:12 TE-,,1'-"3 '. ,.-f""':",.L-- .J ,,......, W ,,...f- H-S 41' Tv: 35:-'T ,.-,,,V p :::".J--I-737+--' , ,.: Y-1:31-"L-"r-'t..." """"' -'-- ..f.4.A-:f's.,.....,.1 h W--. . ,... 1... J ..-ve- .,-.....- ,,....-, g:'tzt::"TL-L-I-g:,.." K.,,, .. ,,T.4-7-'r'jj,",z.-rg f---V--W if--'--,:..,-ff' ,,,M,,.-- ,MM 5?f1'...-A,,,5--"',...'T.-" '5 ,f M 1,9 ..-- ---0-"L 173-'X---'iTi13.?'H..f3 Craig Lowe :ox Treasurer 395442 swf' ALPH EPSILO PI The Sigma Mu Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi is in only its second year on the Central Missouri State College Campus, but is already taking an active part in many collegiate and social functions. Some of Alpha Epsilon Pis activities included the Homecoming parade and the All-School-Carnival. Alpha Epsilon Pi also sponsored inter-fraternity activities including intermural athletic functions of which AEPis included three bowling teams. Hilda the Alpha Epsilon Pi mascot is a very efficient one hundred and fifty pound St. Bernard. ,, Z, , ,,., .y ' QT!! 'X ff ff X , ? kr ff .Q 6 f This year, the men of Alpha Epsilon Pi have also showed imaginative ideas of their own, by starting the annual Halloween pumpkin caroling, in which the members sang Halloween songs to the girl's dorms, and to President Lovinger's House. Some of the other activities Alpha Epsilon Pi enjoyed were Religious Life Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Government Associat- ion, and Lancer. Serving this 1971-72 year as faculty sponsors are Dr. Vincent Oxley, Major Robert Evelith, and' Major Esco Taylor. Rodney Metscher S Mueford Tom Ousley Edwin Sampson David Wheaton J Scanga 1 W A' if ISET i V -v v,.... nl' 1 -,,,.J Members of Alpha Epsilon P1 pull for a 1971 Homecoming victory 77 ,. H V VVd,,,.,,,m.4, ,, , f , ,, ,,,, ,, . ,Mfg f f f 1 V '5' ' ' 5 s H- 4. ..., 62? iff '- ' W ' - ,f -, P251 ,A mtl- - . . " - ff a-If , -"'4,: 67 45 ff!! .1 ' 'z ' 'Q - '-f- f f- f - I , .4 , . -- . . ' in ' 'Zi V 1 '5,f3'ff1f1a V ' " fl ' '-42' 6 kv ,,., .V VV , g :ti A. i ,, I 1, I gl VV 5.5, , AI , ,lf jj . , . NM 119 ,,. ,A f sg ' ,V .1222-1. A Y if ii, ' ' K . 'W ., i QV? U' - f .2 1 ,. , , if-,V as aaa 1 , W 'sewer I , n ' V - . ', . ' -- 1 L -'r' 1 T 17 7 n 'C f V. .X T r ' - Tx, 'fn 54 pe t ,L 1-, v ' , A- - 5 1 ' 'Q . -V Q If aspen Lpiwat' Y gqt t 7 ,A S fgwfggtg V ,L - L I ', V' . -..4',V,,l, N .. ,V K, ,.. , dv-tg I 4 I if- A -ij , ,fy K h i .cw - , ' f i . 'TY fr S 'S w g: I S , V .V.. ,V - . " ff" ' 7 J ,- E - if , 1. l 1 1 l 5 This year "--5, ' 3 "f 45" i X JM, .. , I Rick Houghtlin Randy Koons Thomas Bevard Gary Kilhy 3 R President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 2 , T 1 Q l 5 E 1 a V ! I i ! S S 5 s Roherl Blake i i I n 4 i i , John Coxon W ' i Boh Duvenick Salvatore Filippi Joe Genovese T : 5 Dave Hoffmann I W u James Jensen i Rick Jensen i l David Jones 2 1 I 5 2 I Q Mike Lepper 5 I Jerry Lunn f W Dan McCormick i l Glen Meyer l Eric Nelson r 5 Larry Noble Gerald Ramsey Robert Redwine Ron Scheer Sianley Schumaker i ! Douglas Seo!! i Gary Wainscolt Ed Walton Q Robert Wilson 1 Galen Young l I . - f f f'f5!zl:, .. A 4 1 , 5 ww 3,5 x -P2 iz :-.V gi 4: E A J, 2, -yep K' ' .eh Jr celebrated ln the fall represented the intran enjoyed by Homecomi The Infe childrenls banquet, and :,v,' V , My Y 'f LT' 1931 ' -iii-'ii 5' 'z x. -L - Sf Q 1 - . .. .,, ' ii I Gary Kilby Treasurer LPHA KAPP L MBDA This year Sigma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda celebrated their fourteenth year on the CMSC campus. In the fall the Alpha Kappa Lambdas were well represented at Homecoming and were in the playoffs for the intramural football championship. Social events enjoyed by the men of Alpha Kappa Lambda were Homecoming, Thanksgiving, ski trip, Christmas party, The Inferno, Easter float trip, underprivileged children's picnic, annual chicken bar-b-que, the spring banquet, and the Ozark outing in the spring. The brothers won their fraternity's National Executive Council award for 1971. Alpha Kappa Lambdas were active in the Intra-Fraternity Council. Student Govern- ment Association, Association of Men Students, American Marketing Association, P.E. Club, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Prexy Club. Alpha Kappa Lambda Sponsors for the 1971-72 year were Mr. George Boland, Dr. Lyle Beaver, Mr. Dave Daniels. Mrs. Martha Kochheim has been AKL's housemother for six years. v , . -' fl, N a U A . .M -.1 rf H 0 Z4 Efaf K gf !,.'Ml24 'WA- ff J ,,,...g, 6?l"7"f"f 'WW-f f if Z? ,ff-.. " - fx f V, if 'v-v I.. ,vt Pm if Bruce Volling Clark Odor , Mickey Shipp President Vice President Secretary Mike Bowen U I ,J-1: - Q Dave Bowers 1 Allen Canfield ' fi ,.., .,f . Q, , "Q A X F , Curt Cearley ' i ' if 3 5' KenCummins ,,. George Dameron 'K l A ,A Y' V .qi , l 3 8 vi J Dean Dickbreder A, , "lf Ken Frankum ,, A if 'X' Mike Fry :., .Mi Paul Gary P ' Paul Gilchrist Q , if Jack Green 5 1 if - ' vs Gary Groves xi , - fs: Charles Kindig V M' 'i" " ' 'M " M- Q ' Q ' Jim Larson b 2 , Q Q ,..v , 'Z' I 4 ' is -elfi ,K -1 . ' if ,"'f fe 'Alilz i -' Q X ,,.. I if-. Albert Lee , l,,s i 1 'i , Bud Lovinger N ,y gf f gl W 'Q I Steve Moore 5:1 tv, ' 1 3 21 VX - Ng i Buff Norton - ' K 'r ,, V 3:57 1 Bob Pratorious - - P .4 , ii ' E 9 Q ' f, '.j, u if V Terry Pruitt ,. ' W W John Schafer fl if ' , ' V, I 'N ' 5 ' v Rick Sedgewick ' Q.. Q, fy .lackie Sieckman I, "" , David Swank " A 3 'i ?"w f , 1 ' f 80 , as is wiv 5' t. 4 , Mc x ws -Q N, x I A ,, , ..Ar' M n I -.ff -:---V is W 7, ..., ,.,.! .,,, ,., . 21, R4 1"1 'Z 'Z f 4,1 I ,QQ me ui . X 111 Gary Lee Treasurer Beta KHPP3 international third year of Alpha Phi C freshman orie ecuting the H1 theme. Alpha Directory and which with th Qrganizations Members of Alpha K -l,.. rr . ib- Fr-vx X, if y 291 i 4 X 'Y Gary Lee Treasurer LPH PHI 0 EG Beta Kappa chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, an international' service fraternity, celebrated its thirty- third year of service to the CMSC campus this year. Alpha Phi Omega activities included assisting in freshman orientation as well as organizing and ex- ecuting the Homecoming parade with HEcology,' as the theme. Alpha Phi Omega also sponsored the Student Directory and the Ugly Man On Campus charity drive which, with the help of other fraternities, sororities, and organizations on campus gave over lB8,000. Alpha Phi Omega members were recognized in the following activities: College Bowl, Campus Christmas Decorations Committee, Young Republicans, Para- Medico, Debate team, SAM, CMSC players, Agriculture Club, AMA, SCIC, Biology Club, Industrial Arts and Technology Club, Honors Program, Pi Kappa Delta, Prexy Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Pi, Alpha Epsilon Pi, AMS. Sponsors were Mr. Clarence Best, Dr. Harvey Gossen, Mr. Jack Dunn, Dr. O. J. Miller, Dr. Jack Vitteto, and Dr. Richard McKinnis. Members of Alpha Phi Omega organize the order of floats and bands in the 1971 Homecoming Parade- ! ..,.L..,.., ,.,,.,-.Y an Q 1 -.-.,f,, -w1q,a.f4441qu . .. -.,,...,,.....,.t. . ,,,i,,, ,Antz M, 'swf-A Zh! X f"' 'gf' I1 7' f Rogers Zirbel Steven Hollrah Dale Dieckhoff Rick House President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sleve Brunkhorst James Causey Larry Fischer Norman Fricke Roger Fuchs Ken Becker John Bergman Tony Bracher The Pi Chapter Lheir third year this year. One Lhird annual C Club of Whitend Psi again co-s downtown whim They also partir as KCMW-FM Student Asseml -J ' , J 1 n , L P ' , f xc," , 3, lf H fl? ,, " , . 21',lff4',5 1, 'I pf' V. I 1 'Q ' ,fflyfgfr if. 4. ' , 3:f,f--- Wig 1, 7361. Q C fr . f M? 0 Nlulcs Clean Bear! house by a I' !',V- f ff N T H margin oi- lhrCC Pfllnlg al Y' llomcm-oming. ' ' 'J y 7 ,, ml H, , fs' 87 Vlvf Ogg eating was also ring llic Greek Gam Rick House Treasurer , .....r -I .' V, ,I -f ' ' WW' gig 2 1 ' we BETA S GMA P I The Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Psi fraternity completed their third year on the Central Missouri State Campus this vcar. One of the highlights of the year was their third annual Gold Rose Formal held in the Officers Club of Whiteman Air Force Base. This year Beta Sigma Psi again co-sponsored the Campustown bed races downtown which started the activities of Greek Week. They also participated in various campus activities such as KCMW-FM broadcasting station and the Lutheran Student Assembly. K EC tlurin gg eating was also one of the activities the Beta Sig's participated in g thc Crcclc Games. Other activities of the Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Psi fraternity included Inter-fraternity Council, Alpha Phi Sigma honor fraternity, Canvas for Crop. Ugly Man on Campus, All School Carnival, Homecoming activities, Campus Blood Drive, College Union Cabinet, Prexy Club, Association of Men Students, Student Govern- ment Association, and Student Activities Board. Serving as 1971-72 school year faculty sponsors for Beta Sigma ,Psi fraternity were Mr. Roger Flandermeyer, Dr. Richard Luehrman, and Mr. Herbert Koerselman. i ivy' V3 David Lenz ,, I Dennis Meyer l- John Scutter Q' Gregory Smith 't A we 1 7 '- 1 - I, Robert Thomure Alan Toellner . an AJP" x Beta Sigma Psi members pull together in tug-ol'-war during Greek Games hcld at Pertle Springs. 83 i 1 I 3 I I n l, it if if 1' N Q , I X 1 N :Q S ' A Tom Ketteman Tom Peak he - V, 7 pl. fi? an 299, if "P i 1 .- . . . W . af Q . I .- .5 - :ge ww 3 3 3 W -, ' ,, 5 .. i , 4 --, 1 ., Y I 56.3 llz AE. . I .. 2 ,,-, J A 3 4 , I ' Q 4 , r , , Dennis Somerville Guy Shoemaker President Vice President Secretary TFCHSUFH The Missouri began its fo Delta Chi I concerns are advance ju sound edu worthwhile wh combined their for the Homec booth at the A Bernard Bossert Marlin Bryant Tom Carey Bruce Eisenhauer George Cose Davi Howlett Jerry Hamm William Hale Leon Hagedom James Kitteman Chuck Lavery Ken Lauderback Bruce Loyd Larry Matthews Steve Mitchell 11f1:f1,g " is 'Sed ' f 1-in :ef 33: .,t, ,effx Y-tj X Y to al 5.1 cf, -K .N K ,WV ,Q M W 5' Fm "" 1122, ' ,-1 I 11-1 V .- zz,- - 2-if X : V st y . . - -W, 1 , e,.,,, ,n gw f - 55 M , e t t ':.r::e:1,- 2 v.':'1-I.,-f-:V Eg- 4733 ' .-1 3? .... ,V '44 H-M, Yi ox s hw? Z , . '1, ' . 11 f' 'I X e . ax X-ww:-f ' " M ie-ff X .Q Q Q xg if ' ' to if PL Q Rf eff L 2? I . .A 1 W .e '---. 1 , Extensive use is made of the lakes at Perlle Springs. 84 Cycling is a popular mm 4472 1- , - .ff ln, . f Q.. Q In ., VV K ' fi f -3,1 JLMWI1 ,K e r l A ff 4 45, .an-ni...4.., fu' A s a rx Y ille Guy Shoemaker Treasurer 4' samfif yfffgir. .., ... gf. M... .., ......,.W...f.f V s fy., ...W-1 gf.fza44.gf. ' 4. we - f .,..-,fa fi i. s ' , - 121525 , :A""I 'aww ' 9 I ' ' . ,, ,,,, . f-'w43M' f HM' . ' f ' ' ' f-W 'ffvh' 'S v- W. -,h,Zma.4-..fqW,!Zfg,f4qp,' ,, , ,. . . af' f:,.,. 3,4-..,,g2" " I 'Q-,941 f J':f'f'?f'1 ' L -' Vfffzwwf fWlf. ,Q,fff-'A"'- is rff fa ffif 'W44 'ffzw 4 f .. , .iff ffw. 'fag-qs' 4 yff,,,A4,.4, ,, .. ,. MW.. fp ,, ' Vlrr ' ' ,gf XX 1. Q ,, A-fu A22 'vi-f-'Af',fTaW ' fix? "v J. . N, X 'G V , ,g. . , , 4 e lakes at Pertle Springs' .K.,.. f DELTA CHI The Missouri State Chapter of Delta Chi fraternity began its fourth year as a newly installed chapter of the Delta Chi International Fraternity. Delta Chi's main concerns are to promote friendship, develop character, advance justice and to assist in the acquisition of a sound education. Inter-Greek relationships proved worthwhile when the Delta Chi's and AOPi sorority combined their efforts in constructing a first place float for the Homecoming parade, and a successful kissing booth at the All-School Carnival. Delta Chi's main social events for the year were the Founder's Day Banquet, the Annual Awards Banquet, and their Sweetheart Dance. DC's also participated in many campus activities including intramural sports, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities, Association of Men Students, Student Government Association, Phi Sigma Pi, KCMW-FM Broadcasting Station, Prexy Club, CMS Theatre and College Union Committees. Sponsors for the Delta Chiis during the 1971-72 year were Mr. Daniel Cogan and Mrs. William Vacek. CY0lillg is a popular mode of transportation at CMS. Men of Delta Chi team up with the gals of AOPi to produce the winning Greek float. Mark Murray J . Paul Niemann Kevin Poccia ' A Dave Robinson f w , ' A 'ff ' vm .:. r V f . . f 'ix' ae' "ja fl. 11 I ...Q . ' y l gf! If I .. ... Y an . I 4 . . . X I in N: .i ,, .aw A V, X . , V ff? " . .. ,' Q 'ul 4: A I 1 at -N. 5' 6 ' a fa, -ii . -we ,ra -W ' if 4' Kg it .W r 85 Walter Roeder Greg Somples W .f .1 , with , ., j, t fs gr 1 P 1 lv I Af Walter Shoemaker John Stimpson Dennis Torrey Byron Thomas Larry Vancil ,lim White Stephen Wilcox Larry Garrett Bob Gibson Bruee Hawkins Charles Hines Joe Hoppert Al Hoppert Tim Kennedy Bob Keyser Dale Kirby joe Kirkman Steve Knapheid Hunk Lambader Walter Leslie Frazier Letzig ,lark McCambridge Scott Morgan Mark Mussachio Keith 0'Kelly Steve Owens Steve Schoen Tom Scott Ray Smith Bill Stewart Tom Tessar Bruce Trammell Mike Wagner Kevin Way Tom Wyrsch ick Fray President , . , ,, W, .W ,.,.,. ,,,,,.,,, I Dave Bennett Jim Blum Mike Bowersox ul' Mike Herndon George Smith Vice President Secretary ggi: vw' Wi 'up faf . , 7 I 4 9 X .K, Dan Dudley Treasurer This has bee Missouri Sta1 Missouri Stat silons continw once again w with Beta Sig annual Cami intramural si the campus c Delta Upsilor ,fa AW' WU s 9' ' 'THQ :fi s f is . 5-' -Q fi 9 x Dan Dudley Treasurer DELTA UPSILO This has been the second year of existence for the Missouri State Chapter of Delta Upsilon at Central Missouri State College. During the spring, Delta Up- silons continued to dominate the Greek Week games once again winning the Chariot Race. In cooperation with Beta Sigma Psi, Delta Upsilon again sponsored the annual Campustown Bed Races. Improvement in its intramural standing through the constant striving for the campus championship was the basic activity of the Delta Upsilons during the year. Involvement in campus activities was obvious as Delta Upsilon was represented in the Student'Government Association by ,four Senators as well as by President Mike Bowersox. The men of Delta Upsilon also participated in such activities as the Association of Men Students, The American Marketing Association, Prexy Club, and the Inter-Fraternity Council. The sponsors, who were a constant source of guidance are Mr. Donald Miller, Major Lawrence Perreault, Major Raymond Sharp, Mr. Roger Splinter, and Mr. Wilbur Theilbar. ,3 ' 1 , .1 J W -waxy, , .af m,Z",,,'gjrM- A Delta Upsilon races to another championship in the Creek Week Chariot Races held at Pertle Springs. ' DU's Gerald "Obie" Mohn plays a tough defensive game that backs up the - scoring attack of the offense in an 1 intramural football game against Sigma Tau Gamma. 87 I X nun, 44 4 a 0. vw .-. .-.v,.v.,,,zs-:a+-nw.-uw-.,,:. u .1-1 i.-L,-.,,-. ,,...,.A..,,.....,Q,,, . ,F ,C Al,,.,,,,AH,r , 'mi V ,"i , Y , ,A W CA V' X Pedro Ramos Lannie Beene Barron Delaney Darryl Groves President Vice President Secretary Treasurer . V Tyree Bernard f . , Lavern Byers 4 gy X V, 4 Charles Carr 9 aa 5? "' P" P x' Michael Harding ,V Elmer Otey 1 '74-Za ,,- . " I, , A, V Ronald Payton - b ' A ' 'MV V- Austin Wright Qtr, pq -Q .,,V, W! "" V ' r '-1 ' .M XV 4 I f 88 Scrollers dedicate themselves to Kappa Alpha Psi during a dance imel-missin n. Kappa 0l'l CHITIPUS- establishm CMSC. The fraternity ' campus of In Kappa Alpha- principles of auxiliary of I initiated on ii I Darryl Groves Treasurer A -Y KAPPA ALPHA PSI Kappa Alpha Psi is a relatively new Greek organization gn campus. It petitioned and gained approval for the establishment of an undergraduate chapter here at CMSC. The ceremony took place in January, 1972. The fraternity was originally founded January 5, 1911 on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Kappa Alpha Psi men diligently strive to uphold the principles of achievement. During the winter term the auxiliary of Kappa Alpha Psi, the Kappa Kittens, were initiated on campus On campus, the Kappa's have sponsored numerous social events which were highlighted by the annual Sweetheart Ball, This is a gala event held each year during which a young lady is selected to reign as the fraternity's sweetheart. In the field of sports, Kappa Alpha Psi has always competed, winning the Annual Christmas Basketball Tournament sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha last year. Our sponsor since the fraternity's inception on this campus of Central Missouri State College has been Dr Gordon Masters Members of Kappa Alpha Psi and their dates enjoy an annual spring picnic at Knobnoster State Park fm I YM 7 .111 . , . . t i vs 2 9' 'S , f, ' if as ,W , -.W Q JW, , ' , 1 A . E . , , ,., ' iv- ' . 1 , , ,. L 1 , W , , , .,,,,,ff ,, f 9 i 'V , 1- .ah 2' l V. so--V f-- -- -' ' 4 89 ,.,-..,A...,,,1Q-vi-4.n.v.1-, .4 - Q Gene DeLozier Steve Dixon Joe Erickson Keith Gockel Randall Hamilton Larry Hanna Virland Harris Stephen Haymes Les Holton Brent Holtzen Ronald Ireland Brian Jones Craig King Scott Kirkpatrick Mac Kitchens Doug Kruse Edward Laird Philip McGeorge Mark Moser Terry M ers Charles Parker John Parker John Porter Craig Shour Dennis Snow ,lon Stur eon Bob Tutge Gene Walker Lon Walker Tracy Webb Terry We eng Douglas White .lim ilckens Charles Yaw Mike Young 'Ba Ted Fisher Jim Dickey Phil Woodford President Vice President Secretary Jim Bondurant John Bryant Robin Crouch John DeBolt Les Alpers ' n Jack Baker ' , 1,34 Doug Boyd Treasurer rxijzjk , Q Lambda ninth year a the HOYHC decorations. refurnished Lambda C auxiliary, I initiated th Sing. Lamb season intr PL? 6' . iv ,,,c.., , A , s ,,-,, me ff A ., . V ,. Q'y'- ' ' ' t . f ,X K A- We 'mN1iiff:5 5. Q., 90 sw f N f we X f N Q' X U x " Y N ss X.. Qt XXV? N - - Q. 112 'QE-X N : 57 Doug Boyd Treasurer ri-1' - 5 ,.. X . I, ?D,3 ?,. 7 A ,!,, 4, ::1 ..4. : L Q Sf me I ff , 'ui YA ff LA BDA CHI LPHA Lambda Pi Zeta Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha began its ninth year at Central Missouri State College by winning the Homecoming Sweepstakes trophy for house decorations. The pace kept up as the Lambda Chis refurnished the lounge of their house. During the fall, Lambda Chi Alpha initiated new members into their auyiiliary, the Crescents. A new all-campus event was initiated this year, the Lambda Chi First Annual Greek Sing. Lambda Chis also sponsored its second annual pre- season intramural basketball tournament. Members of Lambda Chi Alpha were active in every phase of campus activities, including varsity athletics, the College Union Cabinet, Program Council and Ac- tivities Committees, the American Marketing Associat- ion, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Physical Education Club, Student Government Associat- ion, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa,Mu Epsilon, and Scabbard and Blade. This year's sponsors of Lambda' Chi Alpha were Dr. Clifford Carey, Dr. Raymond Perfett, Coach Roger Denker, and Major Jack Ragsdale. Pete Bynum Clinton Forniss La Monte Hunter 'X Larry King Ross Lewis "' Stinson McClendon Andrew McCoy Arthur Mitchell Reginald Ragland Robert Robinson Richard Singleton Frank Toombs James Utley M, K ,F-,X , , , h, , , X I E H-,,,,..,...1.,-.,,,,w,,-f,-Q 4+-v N f 5 : :.. . - , . ..,, ,M ,.....,.t-, . :-3 A .4-1-...-,...,,?-:M I Wayne Ross Ed d H , fs' f fy 4 G' f f .f ,, The Omega ' f fa. , If X f' i V ggm, f' , ff ,f war arrls Raymond Johnson Robert Durant November 1 is essential cardinal P Scholarship the Central i Phi, was cha President Vice President Secretar 'QQ was AL of the 1970- y Treasurer Phi Sweetl Joyce Willis ai,, f i f ,lie' fr , , 9 , 1" ' f' of il ::, 1.1 -,,., 1 Em' i r . if . f Q? fig' Y . , 4, I L1A I f 92 Robert Durant Treasurer 0 EGA PSI PHI The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. was founded November 17, 1911. The fraternityis motto, 'Gfriendship is essential to the soul," is exemplified through four cardinal principles which are: 1. Manhood, 2. Scholarship, 3. Perseverance,iand 4. Uplift. Iota Sigma, the Central Missouri State College chapter of Omega Psi Phi, was chartered in May of 1968. Among the highlights of the 1970-71 year was the crowning of the Omega Psi Phi "Sweetheart Queenu. Last year's queen was Miss Joyce Willis. Other activities included winning 2nd place in in- tramural track competition and 3rd place in Lambda Chi Alpha's basketball tournament. Concluding the 1971 year was a performance consisting of cad caroling and marching presented to the patients of the Warrensburg Nursing Home. Omega Psi Phi provided not only an avenue for social outlets but was active in civic affairs as well. Their goal was service to the community and promotion of unity and brotherhood of Omega men. This year,s sponsor was Mr. George Lahman. . , . . G k Omega Psi Phi sponsors the Pre-Homecoming dance, an annual event for the visiting fee 5 V . U U -f5511gAk:-I:-,:. -fan, ,,H,,,-1-3-r.-:xp-.vna-va, V ., A, . .. - 1- W' - - 1 Mark Phillips President , mx. K' ,f fj if , ' Glen Mclflyea Jim Lippert Chuck Bauer Vice President Secretary TrCHSurer fhe Iota cl the new year again saw Pl campus activi was highlight Phi Sigma E Sigma Epsilo Sigma Epsilo sixth annual the CMSC st Kent Cray Danny Hammond Steve Hancock Lonnie Howell Larry Jones Ron Jones Stan Klinsick Steve Braselton Ron Berry Toni Brown Tom Byme ,,.f ,e",f,,1 Terry Carter f .f Ton Claxton , Paul'Cox if Doug Fetzer yi 1 W I 7, W i ' of fi ,Q ff, D D ave rewes i l x x, 'f f I' ,,,,, Miz f :W .4 ,, 4? 4 'i 'f f , , 5 w ! 1 if v 52 ,tt 7' X K ,ff or , X X7 f 1 J- , :, 1: 'EH 271' , ,ern V , 2 ' -,.:f,..n - f I . 1 mill' Y ' ,LW ,. Af 2 , I! ' 331 JV ,' . ,fy ' N 3: f , V, . X 6 W .f,,5z Y-fn I. -f ff wi M V, 5 F' f ia. ff tt, ft, ' ' if W, .Y -wi 1 , 2: ' 'my s 'Y ' ,V .f ,,,v -F, , , ,Q 1 - f vw! 4 gp . ,M 13 a W? J ,...- ,w. X ,. , X, ,Q , A! - C, N WLM 125 . 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PHI SIGMA EPSILO The Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity started the new year by initiating eighteen pledges. Fall once again saw Phi Sigs actively participating in various campus activities and intramural sports. The fall term was highlighted by Homecoming activities sponsored by Phi Sigma Epsilon. Winter term brought about the Phi Sigma Epsilon's third annual rock concert and the Phi Sigma Epsilon Formal. With spring term the thirty- sixth annual production of Blackouts was presented to the CMSC student body. Throughout the year the Phi Sigma Epsilons have participated in Mace and Torch, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Student Government Association, College Union Cabinet, Who's Who in American Universities, M Club, Prexy Club, Association of Men Students, Kappa Delta Pi, Varsity football, baseball, track and tennis. Sponsors for the Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity for the 1971-72 year were Mr. William Kennedy, Dr. Hugh Williams and Mr. Paul Brattstrom. Mrs. Elsis Townsend has been Phi Sig's housemother for seven academic years. Phi Sig members and their dates enjoy the annual pig roast at Knob Noster State Park. tv 1 9 it 'fra at Gary Lakey Steve Larson Jim Lewis Ned Mahon Kent Mickelson Steve Nixon Dave Overton ,lim Palmer Jim Pollard , Jim Robb ,. I f 2 93 za' ,' "' ' ' sv I , -5, y di, , ' In . . f .fr 95 Bob Robinson Nick Schmedding Ernie Shippy Ed Simmermon Larry Toops Richard Tumer Kurt Wallace Ron Bor eyer Rodney giirllen David Decker Shirley Draper Marvin Ebersold Lawrence Farrington Randall Garber Daniel Hanna Mark Hansen Robert Hedin Robert Higgins Randy Hinshaw Robert Hoatson Leon Hoffsette Bill Huber Cedric Hughes Frank Jen ins Jeffrey Johannesmey Kirby Keth Robert Lindsey Steven Lochhead Jim McCarty john Morehead David Muntzel Paul Murphy Dan O'Meara john Overman John Parr Ro er Provance Roger! Ruth Michael Sadich David Sallee .lerry Schmidt .lerry Sharp Larry Shelor el' ea q,,,,.,.,f f Michael Pipkin John Berry Richard Bellllel Lyle West 1 President Vice President - Secretary Treasurer Ernest Allen Jack Augustine kv -an Robert Barton John Bergman Forrest Bishop Cary Black ' -Bs K ' " Dave Bain Robert Baltrusaitis 'Z' f., 'H N, . X . -Z"' 4 if if A Q 3 he Q A-of gy, S Y h L ,Lf 5, ' X e. gpg 1325, . 1 . , KL, A V . 1: , " 533 A 1-:rw , s ,.sx W 'Bali 96 lf? Q ,lf , A L Q ai. si g, N! t Missouri Theta the year by ta decorations SP1 year. 'LSig Eps 1 that collected promoted spiri' sponsored a Cl Sigma Sigma Si the highlight 0 fri' V ,' ff, 4 l v 3 3 1 i Xb 1,. 3-R TZ' Q X 'QQ gil. N tif . f. .Q ii. Nr' if?" . V A fl-1 -' -5 "'- 'grfli '- fi ' ' ' i A , f L ,1::1l1'f:,3j,f. 4 iff?-' 1, M ' L-'1-a'. f7?,ff,f . R F 1 ,ge -- Q ,A v .1 Q. .. J,,..' LL.--gf' , A '13:"g:?il R R'-ei ' " e"14fi1 A-ii net Lyle West Treasurer .in N... rv 3 t", ea- - 8 ' i . it V , 5, 1591 'I ff rf df as S GMA PHI EPSILO Missouri Theta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon started the year by taking first place in the Greek House decorations spirit run which had a ,dual purpose this year. i'Sig Eps run so others may walk" was the theme that collected 3759 for' Muscular Dystrophy and promoted spirit for the Mules. Sigma Phi Epsilon co- sponsored a Christmas party for needy children with Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority with Santa,s entrance being the highlight of the party. The highlights for members of the Theta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon were this year's float trip and spring formal. Members of the fraternity have been active in campus organizations such as the One and Only Singers, Mace and Torch, Prexy Club, Psi Chi, DECCA, Sigma Zeta, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Association of Men Students, and Inter-Fraternity Council. 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'-:- .1 Ronald Harmon P ir ' R Fletcher Kennon , 4 X , .3 1" ' , i"l I ' W' James Lane Q Q Q 7' mx Q 5 2 A ' Donald Long fig? . , MY 1,'kA , :V if ,.: 5 Carl McBride " ' ' T' V .lohn McGovern ' ' -'- " V-11' o eee te e e 9 D do ,D or 1 .ea Q i l Cx ,A I V 3 1 J 1 ,,,.. , ,M Donald Patton PM V 3 Ritchie Rovers 'f 7 I ,Q , ui ,, Bruce Scheets V -ji' ,T "' 'Q' if Dale Schmid ,fl Tim Shine 'T' X " .A ' William Shine " David Small 1 David Soule .1.i ,L 4' David Summers P A V ' ' , A Ronald Thompson " W' 'E V ' ' William Thousand - 54" , Kenneth Ward A-97 1 -." 'ef 7 Terry Wies ' ' - ,,V.1' f Dennis Yates 'V 98 Qi 5 91, -c' -Sv 1 . 'G' QC' X With the the men of the first t and All-S acquired a th the Homecorr delivering and fraternit events. ..,.. .. ,,.,. .V. ,A,, 1 .7 ,M H4 I -c, 5 . . Q .k Robert Regan Treasurer S GMA PI With the start of their ninth academic year on campus the men of the Gamma Gamm Chapter of Sigma Pi for the first time had the honor of :winning the All-Greek and All-School Intramural football event. Sig Pis also acquired a third place trophy for their walking entry in the Homecoming parade. Included in their services was delivering "Roscoe", the Central Missouri State College and fraternity, mascot, to the football games and other events. The initiation of a formidable fall pledge class lor Sigma Pi strengthened the already sound foundation of the returning brothers of Gamma Gamm Chapter. The men of Sigma Pi participated in tl"lCII'lt8I'-Ff,Ztl.C1'I1llf-'C0tltl1.'ll, SGA, Association of Men Students, Union Cabinet. Prexy Club and varsity athletics. Sigma Pi faculty sponsors for 1971-72 academic year were Mr. Jack Russell and Mr. Carl Sexton, joined this year by Mr. William Madden. Mrs. Bessie Henks returned as housemother for Sigma Pi. '. f .3 ig, f 'Cr-'Z l 0 , if f V zz- .5 2 .A p l f 997, i . 2 X . Steven Espeer Elvin Gabbert Randall Hughell Michael Hurst ,lack Jacoby Jim Kaletta Rick Kiely Jerry Kirtley ,lim Koch Dave Landes. Ken Lange Howard Long John Luechtefeld Cary McNelly Laurie Mills James Morrison Mark Muessig Rich Musal Richard Nauss Ron Neske Paul Owens Houston Randolph fr f Elwood Rice Charles Roberts Dave Roth Victor Royal Stan Schelp Frank Schneider Bill Shelton Petrie Smith Daniel Sneed Leo Snelling Matthew Stedelin Mark Stevens Thomas Tevlin bv' i Vg' Mike Parsons Terry Tebbenkamp 5 President Vice President X . Robert Stapleton Vice President ,ff I' 9' 4","'t f V, ,Q 2 f 4 I, 'X W f Merle Allwood Vice President Vg ,1 ' R Mike Abington 55 ' we . tg A 59' .,,- , X f William Biggar 'jljf . ,A 5, - V. , -1 03:1 'Xi Dan Cook ' ' ,f Darrell Dorner Leslie Demand Jack Dooley Dennis Duenke E ' a .af 3 ' JL ,, .Q 65 ff, In ,iq ,.,., fy , ,,., I,': i ,M-. b - ,g nf, L b V .,., , - A my Ah K l h' one L 'Q' ef 4 W ' 5 ' X , ..... . f 5 ' t , ,, , x lg? is V 3 kj N NX if R A, , l y 9 -is P jT."r . 45+ Q- . ff u 1 ,.i "' " fl ff, 'wc 1 + ji Lf If 3.1.3 ,-j4x:.- ,i 1 . . X. , , 1 z - y a e y H S L L .lf ' ' ' 259 1? , T -, - lf 5 J A. 1 , LAVV V , ,K h X Q, rv Q Q A X gg fm? . 4: i f , .22 4 Q N G W A-' 3 1- " , ' D' " ' " P ' J Q r . :exif . N ' , '. K f 3 -- D -fififf 3' 'tc-'4 if ' , A 5 , . , at ' S ' ,. ' wp jf ,I 'Q' sq xv I ,. K '-eV . - + al I A i . " '-n, r .. X z 1 ' - g a. .' 'gfv I qw it ai 4 if- sz, K ' ft i is L P it 4 gt 1 A- ' '7"f32 f - 'A i ' w tvre yn- f - .V I I Z I Vxrkf is .,,,. fi-ff-L' fi' . Q 100 Sigma Tau C Summer with headquarters Dana Tift was annual B8-flflu Robinson Mel Powers. Lindi choice for H01 term this year Club charity i ,, ,,..,, 1,5 u . i If' .. Merle Allwood Vice President h if t i W 1 . er. x V, ti s H t V 3- . fb, Ln 5 1 . L Z? I V fi , 1 41 , -Q34 QV l 9 , A 'I f ' QT' 7' A V , W , , SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau Gamma's 1971-72 activities began last summer with the moving of the fraternity,s national headquarters to Warrensburg.. Alpha Sigma Alpha's Dana Tift was crowned White Rose Queen at the 50th annual Banquet held in the spring. This year's Bruce Robinson Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Dan Powers. Linda Fowler of Delta Zeta was Sigma Tau's choice for Homecoming Queen. At the beginning of fall term this year Sigma Tau Gamma helped with a Kiwanis Club charity function. For the second year Sigma Tau Gamma distributed the Greek calendar featuring Queen Patsy Dunnaway, an Alpha Sigma Alpha. Terry Tebbenkamp was picked as Sig Tau's "Man of the Year." Alpha Sigma Alpha's G'Man of the Year' was a Sig Tau, Stan Qsburn. This year Alpha chapter here in Warrensburg sponsored a regional workshop. Approximately ten chapters were represented. Sigma Tau Gamma rounded up the year's activities by finishing in fourth place in overall intramural standing. E mp R' Darrell Thacker - 4-Q.. , Gary Wegener . ...gg z A +I' I ML.. 3 .ai"f divx , I Chris Zimmer A aa... - f it Sigma Tau Gamma improves sorority relations with Alpha Sigma Alpha. The Bruce Robinson Memorial Wrestling Scholarship was awarded to Dan POWCFS- 101 E A james Collura Larry Crane Thomas Dailey Michael Davidson Robert Dickson Robert Fulks Phillip Gower Phillip Hale Butch Harshner David Hartman in: l i,o. ...W .. Ray 3 S , 1,40 ' . f 'aw ,f " Q fl ,sal Paul Allen Steven Allison Denis Anthony Joseph Austin Lany Bodenhamer Michael Bodenhamer Stan Boman Bruce Britton Michael Coleman 'x John Elliott Kenneth Carmichael I Rex McKay President Vice President Secretary 5' K I ,' at Delta Lambda 115 seventeentl intramural spi first place in tennis. Varsitj with ten memf men took part fraternity Cou needy was helm sorority. 05:5 "': Q . x P, .D 1 t A it f .lui f an iirzilz., . '?5iIEE5f -.ps K 151 ' all D r t y K 'gi -2: Si 'WN' I 2, we . , , " 1"'3 " :" r T 0 A 102 J ack Dillingham TAU KAPPA EPS ILO Delta Lambda Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon celebrated its seventeenth year on campus this fall. The area of intramural sports was successful, with TKE,s capturing first place in football, softball, wrestling, and table tennis. Varsity athletics found them well represented with ten members participating in various sports. TKE men took part in student organizations such as Inter- fraternity Council and SGA. A Christmas party for the Special social events of the year included Founder's Day celebration, an awards banquet, and the Red Carnation Ball, where Annie Miller was crowned TKE Sweetheart. Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority won the annual TKE Tri- 500 while Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority won the prize for the most original costume. An officeris retreat with chapter advisors at the Lake of the Ozarks highlighted the planning of next year's activities. Sponsors for Treasurer needy was held in cooperation with Alpha Sigma Alpha TKE,s this year are Dr. Charles Kuhn and Dr. Emmett Sorority McFarland. ff: f fiii i i A :':"' 7, " Q . -' Q Q - --.,' 'f" ' QQ ' Q 2 Michael Hawkins Q ,, . , a , Qi, M - .,,. QQ MQ L -V QQ Michael Haynes QQ- -G. , Q Q Q W , V- "'-' i , -af" 'QQ-Q "N Phillip Heavelow B 3 Q .. Q I Q1 I ,RQ ltg.. 2 vt! Q Jeffslgace ' 'Q .1 he 1 gg ,V-' f' x t" ' '1., Louis Johnson , Qi ' "" - A ' "1. Y Q Randall Ketchum ' W Q V 1 -.1--Q X' Alex Kondry s it a ' 6 w e A aaaa ' . 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J ' ..,,kL ,vi I f : Donald Drysdale Treasurer ff THETA CHI For the second stralght year Theta Chl remalned on top ln sports by capturmg the CMS All School Intramural trophy The Ugly Man on Campus Award was won agaln as expected for the 20th consecutlve year w1th Jeff Spnffy Bauer acceptlng the plaque Thlrty men of Epsllon Phl chapter attended the annual reglonal conclave at Iowa State Unlverslty Ames Iowa and walked off wlth the man mlle trophy glven to the chapter that travels the farthest dlstance wlth the most men The annual sprlng formal hrghllghted the soclal The men of Theta Chl also alded charm by tollertlng over 32500 for the March of Dlmes as well as sponsoring a Christmas party for underprivileged thlldren Ill the Warrensburg area Durmg I-Iomecommg HCIIVIIICQ this past year the fraternity house decoration Recycle the Bears , captured 2nd place Theta Chl s were also actnc ln Inter Fraternlty Councll, PRSSA Recreation Club American Marketing Assoclatlon, and Whos Who ln American Colleges and UHIVCFSIIICS Sponsors were Dr John Belshe and Dr Wllllam Peck calendar X ,P bf' we 1 f W, 1 AV f 12 .I Q W X7 X fa Larry Schnleders Freddie Shlver Randall Slms David Sloan John Small Steve Spaldmg joe Spence ileven Steln arry Stro fl Michael Tlllfrp Mike Utz James Weber X Cary Whltlng el! .......,.. 105 Z7 :iff Klm Whaley Michael Wilson James Woodsmall Steven l otflnl r I 1 n n o a 4 u aff" ' ' ' ' I at 1 1 1 . . 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The offense sputtered 'early in the season, partly due to a young and inexperienced offensive line. The Mules look forward to next year when the offensive squad will have a year's experience under their belt. The bright spot offensively was the brilliant running of junior running back Walter Rhone. Rhone led the team in rushing with 732 yards on 158 carries and finished second in the nation in kickoff returns with an average of 29.2 yards on a total of 18 returns. Rhone also led the Mules in scoring with seven touchdowns. Coach Mahanes went with three quarterbacks during the season as freshman Steve Howard, sophomore Richard Turner, and junior Steve Williams shared the signal calling duties. Defensively the Mules were led by All-MIAA safety Ron Collier. Collier led the team with six pass interceptions which gave the senior a career record of 22 during his four years at CMS. g... ' A Bob Patrick, Coach 1 ,3i.,i'ii:Q. ' Chuck Stephens, Coach --HQ Q Roger Denker, Coach - V ,N Jim Miesner, Coach , Dick Phillips, Coach Tom Kurucz, Coach Jim Brummitt, Coach Dennis Alkire QLBQ I .,-'f ' Rick Braselton QLBQ 7 , Steve Braselton QCJ 5 'W 2 Harold Brown QDBQ Bob Burr QFBJ 1 GW V- - iff f 4413 Q Mike Butts fLBl Jim Clancey QDBQ Ron Collier QDBJ Jim Costen QOTJ .. .lim Eskew QLBQ Tom Fields QOTQ Larry Hannah QCQ Don Howard fDBj 1 , Steve Howard QQBJ Randy Jadlot QOTJ Reggie James QWRJ Tom Kennedy 1001 l08 perience - 1. 1 v ggaao gif ' R' ' ' ' 4 S' 'i l , l fa, I ' I Q f,:, ll,,, , JA . :' ' AA, 1 ,A : 'J' ? Howard Mallanes :ad Football Coach "NAU nviiamauawwm- XZ V I ,I .,.,.. 1 ,,,,, ,,-. ..,.. ,k,, . ,,,,,. 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'zvzpzzgag J - .1 9 ' S ,S f W .0 I A , 'M- ., v 1 f no wmv 4 gb f' -.SSP 109 ,':1 1"f--A-W gl Gary Miller QCJ Jay Morgan QDBJ Joe Murrell QLBQ Steve Nixon QDGJ Rick Patterson QTEJ Scott Pearson John Pinkerton QOGQ Reggie Ragland QHBJ Walter Rhone QDBJ Greg Rich QOGJ Richard Rife QDGQ Mike Sadich QDG-CJ Pete Santoro QDBJ Steve Seigel QTEJ Fred Shiver 106, Frank Smith QOTJ Gary Stanton QDBJ Robert Steele QLBJ Pat St. Louis fOGj Greg Stockbauer QQBJ Ernie Strong Q01 Richard Tumer QQBJ Ron Umphenour QRBJ Rich Vemon QWBJ Russ Webber QOTQ Jim Weber QSEJ Steve Williams Dave Williamson QDBQ Cleveland Winn QWBQ Dennis Yates QLBQ Mules successful over the 5 O C Southwest MISSOUPI Bears The Mules took an early 16 to nothing lead in the first half and then held off a late Southwest Missouri State rally to capture a 16 to 13 victory in the annual Homecoming battle. CMS got off to a fast start scoring on three of their first four possessions ofthe game. During the first half the Mules rolled up 247 yards while holding the Bears to only 51 total yards. The final statistics showed the Mules with 348 yards, 180 rushing and 168 passing while the Bears totaled 201 yards, 100 rushing and 101 in the air. Walter Rhone led the Mules' rushing attack with 88 yards on 17 carries. Reggie James was the Mules' leading receiver with 128 yards on three receptions. In the passing department, quarterback Steve Howard completed three of his four pass attempts for 103 yards while quarterback Richard Turner completed all three of his passes for 65 yards. The victory increased the Mules' record to 2 and 3 on the season and evened their MIAA mark to one and one. -VY ,. I WWW niff ff I M i 41, ' .N-...Sn L 9 Jim Weber makes a fine catch for a T.D. Steve H0 v Qzslti , - -.. 2 5' " in I JY,-' , 7 'fits ' gi! 1 I . 4 3- iv Ml 1? K. , A . .. 1 -- D- . K K an-"X - s5XgiX4QQ'.L g X ,A sim 't e:,'a.'5':g.-rg: -f Ji Lay. .2452 '1 t' tfw- F--1 , .ts J . .ff xx P -Q Q +e. Aye, vt if wx X. xt ,S Vx - . ftfaf- Y 1 f' Defensive back, Ron Collier, throws ball carrier for a loss. 1 110 ar 8 W nr 'K' we 5 wtf ' 'W 1 I "K Steve Howard, freshman quarterback, goes on a quarterback sneak to get some working room. xiii: E MQ. 'X ,A bs 'git fffirzazf. fe -'fc Cleveland Winn, wide receiver, goes around end for valuable yardage deep in Bears' territory. f 111 Harold Brown, defensive back, is interfered with in his attempt to intercept a Rolla pass Mules unable to overcome staggering penalties at Rolla CMS Mules compiled a total of 157 yards in penalties in their 25-14 loss to the Rolla Miners. Walter Rhone scored both Mule touchdowns on short plunges. Quarterback Richard Turner ran in the two-point conversion, following Rhone,s second score, to give the Mules a 14 to 13 lead at the half. The Miners, however, completely dominated play in the third period as they scored twice to drop the Mules to two and five on the season and to one and three in the MIAA Conference. Mistakes also played an important role of the Mules' downfall in the contest as they lost the ball on fumbles three times in the second half. In total offense the Mules outgained the Miners with 342 yards, 258 rushing and 84 passing, compared to the Miners with 289 total yards, 174 rushing and 115 passing. 112 3 4. ive hack, goes for the ball. Pete Santoro comes down with the ball for a pass interception as Brown points it out to the official H3 YIQ .lar Walter Rhone goes unmolested Into the end zone for a touchdown if Steve Williams, quarterback, makes yardage around left end 114 ouchdown 'f ' an makes yardage around left Gnd Mules' rugged defensive unit holds Lincoln Tigers scoreless Behind a strong defensive performance the Mules returned to Vernon Kennedy Stadium to shutout the Lincoln University Tigers by the score of 14-0.The victory raised the Mules' overall record to 3-5 and 2-3 in the MIAA conference. It was the first shutout of the season, and the first since the opening game of the 1969 season when CMS defeated Washburn University 17-0. The Mules' defense allowed Lincoln a total of only 182 yards, 89 rushing and 93 passing. Russ Webber's consistent punting kept the Tigers in poor field position throughout the game as he totaled six punts for an average of 44 yards including one of 65 yards. Sparking the offense for the Mules were quarterback Steve Williams and running back Walter Rhone. Williams completed five of six passes for 55 yards, one which connected for a touchdown. Rhone was the leading rusher in the game with 91 yards on 25 carries. Good blocking enables Jim Weber to go deep into Tiger territory 115 1 5 E l l i 1 l f 4 X ules charter jet for trip to Beaumont, Texas t mzsz g, E - 5:9-"" ' ni.. The Mules board their 727 jet in Kansas City on a dreary overcast day. On October 2, 1971, The Fighting Mules boarded a 727 Braniff Jet at noon in Kansas City and arrived at 1:30 p.m. in Beaumont, Texas for their contest with the Lamar University Cardinals. The Mules could only view the game in retrospect as a game they would rather forget, the outcome being 35-6 in favor of the Cardinals. The Cardinals took an early lead of 22-0 as a result of numerous CMS fumbles and penalties. Four of the Mules' fumbles led to Lamar touchdowns as the Cardinals' only sustained drive was one of 76 yards in nine plays early in the contest. There was one bright spot in the game for the Mules as Walter Rhone recorded his second touchdown of the season on a long kickoff return. With the Mules trailing 22-0 and seconds remaining in the first half, Rhone raced 95 yards to put the Mules on the scoreboard. Earlier in the season, Walter returned a kickoff 61 yards against Illinois State. 116 EYHOUND 'f ' -My 2.4.1-'-L.,.q5. Lamar U's athletic director welcomes the CMS Mules. M ,M 7 ' ' ,. ' " W -- ,,.,. ....,.,,. .r-.tu 7 'N A 9 f ' QD ' 1 ' r T- Punt return specialist, Walter Rhone, scores the Mules' only touchdown on u 95 yard kickoff return. BXHS " A A ng,-,fri ff- . ' f nw- ,- I A 5' a'Lhf,mA'--'41 M'-541 ,Et ia ' ' ,omni .,v Q The Ramada Inn had the welcome sign out for the Mules. 4 -1 I V . "'N.f?,xA gt, lg? eeef" ' , jiri J E 1 -x t 1 5 vi XR7 ' QR ' 1. 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QW, ' " M .. i 1 e Q , . ,W A , , AA, ,iw ' w e-'f"" Su L i Y fl, , X L xx, I E 1 ,, , -, I U orngvreneoinegytne Mu les' The Mules land at Beaumont under a beautiful blue Texas sky. ll7 Nvzaz kDElN5 I I V - .....--,,, , ,H V - ww- K aw-fra.-A-9. . . : 1 . :..,A.V . . ,, Mules show powerful attack in downing Eastern Illinois The Mules, led by quarterback Steve Williams, exploded for 21 points in the second half to capture a 24 to 7 victory over the Panthers of Eastern Illinois University. The win boosted the Mules' overall mark to four and five on the season. The key play in the game was a third and one situation for the Mules on their own 22 yard line with CMS holding a narrow three to nothing lead. Williams went to the air hitting Reggie James for a 78 yard scoring play as James caught the ball near mid-field and outran the Panther secondary into the end zone. Williams later in the contest scored on a one-yard run to increase the Mules, lead to 17 to nothing. For the Mules it was their best offensive performance of the season as they rolled up 401 total yards, 178 rushing and 223 passing. Walter Rhone once again was the leading rusher as he gained 140 yards on 23 carries. Defensively the Mules held the powerful Panthers to 223 yards, 77 rushing and 151 passing. ,buffy CQ T .lim Weber eludes a defensive man to score a touchdown HB 2 j 1 -' -- .NM e f 1.5 Reggie James throws z Scott Pearson stretches in an attempt to catch an overthrown pass 'Q -ti .jug 1-ff " ' WZ-J vw, ' Q .f fa 1J,f,r1! 'Y4ff24?m??1: I ,VM . , 1 so ff .f Q, I I X ge ,116 fb, 1 E 1 yi ' 'f if f ' v iff 1, fy 1 W ,fl , f f 1,2 7.7 ,1 , fl ,, ,QU V 544 4 f, PW 'fa' J 'f WML 2 EXW Reggie James throws a block to free Walter Rhone. ff V mf! ,ME Ball carrier, Walter Rhone, crashes into the Panthers' line to pick up a first down. 1 'ffii if ,I w - 1 119 V l 1 L. .Q Qxudw Q Fill ' "Aw, come on-yel u v 1 Q r w w 1 l I f l r I l s'H0lfl it, we got a penalty!" ' 1 Cheerleaders enjoy the crowd along thc parade: route. l2O FW 1 It 4 l f xt' fl 1 l lr p x + S i I I I I I CMS cheerleaders lead The Fighting Mules into Vernon Kennedy Stadium. . I, Iii ,H I 1 rug I!! II! !!A CMS cheerleaders choose colorful red and white uniforms for 1972 4 CMS cheerleaders began the year by sponsoring a cheerleading workshop for high school cheerleaders. Gymnastics skills and routines were taught at the clinic. Outfitted in their new red and white uniforms, the squad sponsored several pep rallies. Giving their support at all football and basketball games, and track meets, they also traveled to Springfield, Jefferson City, Maryville, Cape Girardeau, Kirksville, Rolla, and Joplin. Members of this yearis varsity squad were Sandy f Wheeler, captain, Pam Allin, secretary, Linda Burton, Debbie Welbern, Debbie Fondren, Jeanne Daniels, Patty Prather, and Ruth Hudson. This year's squad sponsor was Dick Frye. ' 'I II I II I I I I I I E, I I . , . II "I think that offlclal is funny! 3 Illgl I I '.u F Ha. 1 l t Mulekickers add a touch of color and beauty to the 1971 Homecoming parade The Central Missouri State Mulekickers are sponsored by the College Union Cabinet and are in their second year of existence. They provide much entertainment at pre-game activities and half times of the home football and basketball games. Last year the Mulekickers traveled to the Pecan Bowl in Arlington, Texas with the Marching Mules. The ABC Network color-televised their half time appearance regionally in fourteen states. With the addition of sixteen new members, the Mulekickers now boast thirty-two pretty and very talented girls. Jennifer Guffey, a member of the group last year, is now the director ofthe Mulekickers. Sponsor for the group is Dick Frey. 122 X uleklckers add class, color to pre game shows Eu :"', 'f ' - 1 ekickers display their high-kicking ability at the Homecoming pre-game s . l. Cooper Paul Drummond F01-ward Forward Mark Rubenstein -lel'l'Y Rlmyvn Guard Guard The 1971-72 basketball Mules unfortunately will be remembered as a squad that went 12 consecutive games without a victory. Following the Hillyard Classic title, CMS went an even dozen games before defeating Pittsburg State 89 to 86 for their initial win of 1972. Inexperience, inconsistency, and injuries hampered the Mules throughout the campaign. The Mules ended the regular season with a 7-19 record while going 1-11 in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference. All- American candidate Jim Utley, who missed four games with a foot injury, led the team in scoring with a 16 point average. Rich Fohey and Lamont Cooper were also in double-figures for CMS scoring 14 and 11.4 a game respectively followed by Jerry Runyon 7.4, Bruce Tolbert 5.5, and Craig Shour 5.2. Cooper also led the squad in rebounding averaging 7.6 a contest while Utley and Tolbert had 7.3 and 5.2 a game each. 124 Rich Fohey Simon Greer Gu ard G 118111 Elroy Schumacher Craig Shour Forward-Center Center Dave Steward Bruce Tolhert Forward Center Jack Tudof Jim Utley Forward-Center Forward Mules .V 1 Nonn Shox' Head Coaclf MULES 1 r L... , .,y.7.e.,.yl. Q . MULES .L ilfff tiaf 4 iteare etei S . . ,MUL133 ttat y x . f Q .eii if 1 MU?-E33 6 .MU5-E5 S Mvnnsei S Mousse. QMUI-ES ' -Mums . ..e t .MULES Mums Mtuuszst MULES .... t Mums- f M ULES .e.. 6 MULES Simon Greer Guard Craig Shour Center Bruce Tolhert Center Jim Utley Forward r43?f5:l55ff'i,-E5,1f1"fl fvlfl " - ' 912:11 1 f ' 135.9221 9114. Lf, '- f ZEXV1. .. Mules experience dismal season with 7-19 record Norm Short Head Coach , , , ,, ,. ,f f ' 'Zm::f:re' .1 ' ,gain W - , , . , ,erorrr iffiiff ,Vof f ref-v,q:.,1-4 , ,, ,Azz 'pw 1 f t 595 2723 J v ' , f W ?,4,,,::5-. eeoe M o69,..,.. l MUIQESCIC 4 f Mums. MULES MULES M MULES MULES 5 9 MULES MULES M MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES 771 3 l Vlve':' 1 Yffff ',"'- 9 e,i5L,l 9 , 9 A f CCCV Eiflflr rece Q IACCCVCC If VV I .,f, cp SCOREBOARD f 1 s fM1ssour1JSoutl1ern Emporia State Washburn University C Northeast Missouri State C C Northwest fM1ssoui'l State Northern Iowa,Un1vers1ty ,,, ,,,,ooer4 ' M. , A Q - lNvrfrhvesteo1MvsS931r1,1-'Stats 9 rooo 9 oorrr. M is ,re- Qygfigli-af: b ,'1,,::, . . . . .t . SouthwestiMissour'i3 'State , Garriso Gym Ron Helnr'rks nt L . . ' . 6 . .2 .V ,l l',vv- fig? if - - - - - -if f - Pew - 4frPi1o1Sbuo1fStSo1?i6 CCCCY 9 A,C. ' 'ccoeo'oAAA f southern 111in0isioUg1iys1f'sifyg 821' 3959 g r'vo'r' ip39esgii ',ro i Southwest Missollriisiillii' CC'cC i Cerlf rC'A C Arrl7A 576 CCAl':CC' , ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . .s.Lincoln'Univers1ty, Southeast Missouri iStatsfi 1 'Ji 'C . .... llniv. of Missouri illolliltjf . . Northwest Missouri 'State' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PittsburgfStatgg M . . . . . . . . .Southeast Missouri State . . Univ. of Missouri fllollaji . . . . .Illinois State University . . . . . . . .Lincoln University 125 349 t 869 909 97 92 89 Chu Salad CMS Mules sweep Hillyard Classic Highlight of the CMS 1971-72 basketball season was the Hillyard Classic played December 21-24 in St. Joseph, Missouri. The Mules led by guard Rich Fohey and forward ,lim Utley won the championship game by defeating Northwest Missouri State 73-60. The Mules opened the tournament coasting to a 72 to 54 win over Central Methodist as Utley led squad with 21 points and 17 rebounds. William Jewell was the next victim for the Mules as CMS took a 69 to 59 decision to move into the title game. Again Utley led the Mules in both scoring and rebounding with 21 points and nine caroms. In the championship game Fohey led the assault with 25 points. Fohey was deadly from the outside as the Mules built a comfortable lead midway in the second half. Lamonte Cooper was the top rebounder in the first-place game for CMS with a total of 12. The three victories in the Classic brought the Mules, overall record to six and three before the long losing streak began in 1972. mmm 9 N 'Rf :. 1 .3 -sf' 4 rt -4 ,f 'N-If Mule basketball team displays first-place trophy at Hillyard Class 126 .X i W ooper adds two for Mules, l 5 w,,,,,,ff IN. i ',, 1 A, , r 'f',tQ1f.yW4' nf af' f Aw: 'V ff! ,I 1 1 Z 7 wx Y Lamonte Cooper scores on lay up against William Jewell. 127 l J 1 w w w i J F W W Z r I X -ai , , 7 Ak '33, i Z , 7 f 5' -1fff:C,,, 'f e' J Mules 0 f4 . 2 V2 'bf' f 4 .Q If fyf X Z! fy 9' ,f "HIV 9 '. gf , A ' 7,20 . --.KIM , .,,.rg 'N WQ Ill' 4,m,,,.,i., . fff W. li. ,W ww ,f 7552+ 2, 12: 1 ffm, ,,:L,,, 5 . , A : 11" ., ,, nw 4 1 s w 1 wn.1.,gQ,':v " ' ' 044,41-n-aV"R ,. -I 4 Qgsmwwmxi , M , -fa VW, ......., , ,. A M V , ,M ,, MZ, 3, , ,K lf. 4 .ml 1 A . fdfk Tudor puls two I uf - ' A Afwmff. e'6?"l" ' ff ' "fi I ' Y-"'f'7:j4 'V - - -1 - H f ,.L'.wwv Rich Fahey of Mules shoots over Bob Lewis of Bulldogs for two points, 4 5' . 128 Mules drop AA opener to Kirksville Bulldogs ff-av The Mules opened the MIAA on a sour note as the defending champion Bulldogs stunned CMS 84 to 72. The Bulldogs held a 41 to 29 lead at the half and then held off a late Mule surge to capture the victory. Jim Utley led the Mules in scoring with 18 points while Lamonte Cooper chipped in with 16 and Simon Greer added 12. Utley also was the leading rebounder for thc Mules with 13. Joe Boyer of the Bulldogs led all scorers in the contest with 25 points while teammate Greg Scott pumped in 20. The loss evened the Mules overall record to two wins against two defeats. MS? 'f:,,,,' '," , f ai 9 X ack Tudor puts two more on the scoreboard for Mules 'Lim' ii V .f ' f' H'm7f,,,7! X A. LMI. ,,,, , . 'V j. Q, , f ' . ,if X, Rich Fohey controls play in Mule front court. 129 Mules fight off tough game rally to drop orthwest Missouri State The Mules held off a late rally from the Bearcats to gain their initial MIAA win by the score of 79 to 74 at Garrison Gymnasium. Mainly on the outside shooting of guard Jerry Runyon, the Mules pulled away to an early fifteen point lead before the Bearcats fought back late in the contest. Runyon connected on nine of fourteen field goal attempts in the game to lead CMS with a total of 13. The victory boosted the Mules overall record to three and two on the season and evened their conference mark to one and one. if 1 y .Mgr J V nm. , fffr,f5g4M:A,. .i,. ..-my , , W5 . -:,,,i.f ...A x . f ,fff ' I ,. wzgw- -, - , fvawl' -.rf-'af '- 43:5 Jim Utley starts to fake out a defensive man. 130 .lim Utley scores two as Mule capture their first MIAA victory mu, f 4? ff X fi! if Jerry Runyon flips H Sh0l ln from the base line 'U :Zz ' '17 W' lley scores two as Mules ,, , "'W" ..', . . . . . if- , 'f 'W ' if? 1 W" e lhelr flrsl MIAA VlCt0fy- nf,-5, , Q 4,571 ,X , ' I , W' - Z 131 Baskf ff ww... '32, 'Q for Wlules 611 center Craig Shour scores the easy way as ndnans look on nn amazement X K 0193. HE Shour Basketball Mules lose elose game to Cape Indians 74 im, Southeast Missouri State fought back from u hall' time deficit ol' 4? to 37 to down the Mules 77 to 73. The Indians scored the first eight points of the final twenty minutes and then fought off a late CMS rally to extend the Mules losing streak to ten. Lamonte Cooper led the Mules with 18 points followed by Rich Fohey with 13 and Bruce Tolbert with 11. Cooper again led the squad in rebounds with 19 while Tolbert grabbed 12. All-MIAA center Andrew Reid took charge for the Indians as he scored 15 points. The loss dropped the Mules overall record to 6 and 13 and lowered their conference mark to one and six. Y - - k k Ill iles 1-lose, 'als Shour grabs key rebound late in the contest. Mark Rubenslem drwes for a has el to esp L 133 ,V H. A: L: tg? an 71: . qt.-.f.w.--,.1.V.a,. - ..-.. K- -- - Q' 'W'-., X Vw"-KM . V g?,.yvW-1,.,,. ..... . s 3 45 1.5 x 1 . 1.4! Bruce Tolbert flips in two points for the Mules among a crowd of miners. 134 CMS IW ? -i Bruce Tolbert drol CMS Mules lose to Rolla Miners in closing seconds ff' r ' 'nfs -'- t Bruce Tolhert drops in two points for the Mules. The Mules dropped a heartbreaker 80 to 78 at the hands of the Rolla Miners to extend the CMS losing streak to eleven games. The Miners lcd 42 to 33 at the half only to see the Mules storm hack late in thc contest to tie it at 78 all. Rod LeGrand sank two free-throws with just three seconds to go to give the Miners their first road win of the season following eight consecutive defeats. The loss dropped the Mules to six and 14 on the season and one and seven in the MIAA. Mule guard Rich Fohey led all scorers as he totaled 24 points. Cooper was the leading reboundcr for the Mules with a total of 10. The MlAA,s second leading scorer, John Williams, led the Rolla Miners with a total of 21 points. , MQQ,,..g5,b, Tiff" V' i. V- ' P . " j 1'3:1gvg'2--if-16+ V' ' ,- " ' I . Q ., t g A ' 'M . X g k1..m'.-ver-"fl , 'Q fimff- , ' . K' f . " f-'mf-'f" It-f'5s231f2':,,'F'lsfaiwit ag..w:i..4,-y., , . if'-v14.-1, -fs - ' Rich Fohey puts a fake on Rod LeGrand of Rolla to drive in fora score. l35 CMS Baseball Mules capture MIAA Conference CMS baseball Mules finished the 1971 campaign with an overall mark of 18 and 10 while capturing the MIAA with an 11 and one record. The 18 victories was the most ever for a Mule team in the history of baseball at Central Missouri State. The key word in the team's success was balance as both hitting anid pitching played an equal role in the Mules' championship season. Fdllowing the regular season, CMS participated in the NCAA Midwest College Division Regional played in Mankato, Minnesota. Steve Eckinger, Bill McDaniel, Elmer Otey, and Mike Haynes led the potent hitting attack which ended the season with a .284 team mark. Eckinger led the Mules in homeruns with nine, RBI's with 24 and total bases with 62. The Mule third-baseman also was named to two first-team All-America post season polls and eventually was drafted to a Major League contract with the Washington Senators. McDaniel, the team's second baseman hit a solid .353 and finished third on the squad with 12 RB1's. Otey hit .368 for the Mules and set a school record for stolen bases with 20 while Haynes batted .325 with 20 RB1's. The pitching staff, led by Gary Keisker and Tom Tessar, held their opponents to a combined batting average of only .205 while posting an excellent 2.29 ERA. Keisker won six and lost two with a 1.28 ERA while Tessar finished seven and two and had a 1.74 ERA. Bill Shine contributed heavily to the mound corp with eleven innings pitched without giving up an earned run. Robert Tompkins Baseball Coach f , ...,. ,g.f,y"'z.' .V ff f mg.: 136 f .A 2 4 fz 4 Wag' ,wg - N p?.!'.f' 44' Y 'av ,ft T ..L .. ""'-. ' V fill' RQ it YQ T c,"'-.5 -'A' ""5fC'f, I J: 5 V' ' ' ,P 0,7 .4 I y K -,-. 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Heading the list of record-setters were Gary Brown, J. W. Page, and Bob Buhrmester. Brown tied the school mark in the 120-high hurdles in 14.4 and also set the CMS record in the 440- intermediate hurdles with a time of 53.8. Page won the only first in the MIAA meet for the Mules in the discus with a CMS record toss of 166,-SWM. Buhrmester set the record in the two-mile run with a time of 9:28.5. Two team records were set during the season for the Mules. The mile relay team, comprised of Dave Williamson, Ray Johnson, Chuck Beckerdite, and Jerry Patton,- ran a 3:15.5 while the sprint medley team of Williamson, Patton, Walter Rhone, and Del Best set a record with a time of 3:30.2. Although the Mules set numerous records during the season, the squad placed a disappointing last place in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference meet in Rolla. Maxwell QCoachj, Del Best, Glen McElwee, Keith Francis. Bob Track Team: fRow Onej Bob Steele, Charlie Carr, Ray Johnson, Jay Y I ' Davidson, Mike Kinkade, Reggie James, Pal barry Qfissistanl Loarlib. Morgan, Jerry Lahato, Chuck Beckendite, Jim Duke. QROW Twoj Waller Rhone, Jack Davis, Bolm Buhrmeister, Carl Stoll, Mitch Wilmer, Rich Bruns, Cary Brown, Larry Neil. fRow Threej Richard Matlock. QROW Fourj Dave Ouder, lldenlity Unknownj. Chastain Parks. Nlikc 141 CMS Cross-Countr Team acquires new track coach The Cross-Country Track Team, under the guidance of new track coach, Dr. James Pilkington, showed great improvement as they placed fifth in the MIAA championship meet held November 6 at Pertle Springs. Rich Bruns and Bob Cox were the top two runners for CMS in the championship meet, finishing 20th and 29th respectively. During the regular season the young squad won dual meets over Westminster College 36- 19, Tarkio College 28-27, and Graceland College by the score of 39-18. Gary Ball finished in second place in two of the three victories while taking a fourth against Graceland. Mitch Witmer had the only first for Coach Pilkington,s troops with a victory against the trackmen of Tarkio College. Cross-Country Team: fRow Onej Del B t M'k W James Pilkington, Track Coach I 1 ' CS 1 I C Signer, lHcad Coachl, .lim Duke, .lerry Lobeto, Cole Cochran, Mike Jim Busby, Rich Bruns, Jerry Coleman, Bob Cox, Mike Ring, Dan Comegys, Gary Ball Greg Cleveland Dave Hccmlmrock, ,lohn Brozovich. lRow Twoj James Pilkington Frazier lAssislanl Coachl. 5 5 142 Rich Bruns T ZWQ Track Coach Rxch Bruns Dchran, Mike , f A ,nfP",. ., "., 4 -- . eland, Dave Box Cox Gary Ball 143 M:- 1-L .13 Mule tankmen close season ,M TALK near bottom of conference The Mule swimmers finished the 1971-72 regular season with a dual meet mark of five and eight. Although the team had trouble winning, four individuals displayed excellent ability throughout the season. Bill Batke posted the best time in the MIAA with a 2213.9 in the 200 yard backstroke. Doug Crynes swam a 23.0 in the 50 yard freestyle for the second best time in the conference. The outstanding 200 yard butterfly on the team was a 2:10.3 by Pete Hanson while once again Mike McCool led the divers. McCool also qualified for national competition. The Mule swimmers participated in the MIAA conference cham- pionships which were held March 3 and 4 in Rolla, Missouri. .1 .wa Swim Team: lR0W Onel Tom Hariabedian lcfmchl Chip Bob Lastlgha btexe Bruenger Mike McCool Doug Crxne Defi- D310 Swll. 101111 Hamilton, Mikfl CH5lFiU0IlC, P010 Pit L1 ll'lLOI1C Handy Ttdt ll-lou Thrccj Plul Woodfoxd Hansen lcaptainj, Lee Panttaja Qassistant coachj. lliow Twoj Lhu 11 lmlllon Xl kg I ml BIH Baum DHL Baum 144 ii ,. :Bev X N-it -Iall of Fame Swim Forum. K Twm wptain Pete Hansen and Coach Tom Hairabedian. -Cool, Doug Cryn6S, eej Phil lvoodlordf Date Bauer, 2 MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES MULES SCOREBOARD PFIHCIPIB Meramec Jumor College Southwest Mlssourl State Pittsburg State Northwest Mlssourl State Umv of Mnssourl Qftollaj Drury William Jewell Westmmster St Louis Umversxty Southeast Missouri State Washington University Doug Crynes-MIAA 100-yd. Freestyle record 51.1 Bill Batke-CMS 200-yd. Backstroke Record 2:13.9 1 5 4 ,'-NWT-, ' 5 Zfilillf- I' ules produce best wrestling record since 196 Perhaps the brightest sport on the Central Missouri State campus during the 1971-72 academic year was the Mule,s wrestling team. The ll junior-sophomore squad finished the regular campaign with a 10-3-1 dual meet record which was their best since the 1965- 66 seiason. The highlight of the year was the last dual meet of the season as the Mules defeated the defending champion Bearcats of Northwest Missouri at Maryville, 26 to 10. Besides posting an outstanding dual meet mark, the young grapplers captured the Central Missouri State Quadrangular with 97 points compared to Southwest Missouri 68Vz, Graceland College 59, and Rolla 39W. Leading wrestlers for the Mules were Dan Power, Duane Fritchie, Ray Stockdale, Randy Hughell, Reggie Ragland, and Marc Stevener. Power and Fritchie both won 20 matches, Stockdale took 18, Hughell 15, and Ragland who was injured most of the year, captured first-places in the All-Missouri pre-season tourney at Forest Park Community College, St. Louis, Missouri. The Mules competed in the MIAA championships held February 26 in Rolla, Missouri and on March 3-4 they participated in the NCAA College Division Championship at Oswego, New York. Roger Denker Wrestling Coach may-a, ,sgiggf .--Q. , Lnafglgn - we 4 ...V 7s if: W, T . 5 ,- P 6 'Y 4 4 A ff? t ff, 5 V' 1 , 1 ' +2 1 T 1 i yi -. i.,1,.i-J:-ag.. .- -Q-f.':'215.!':ffeWrfF 2:-'giv e aw: A . . ' 3 . 1 1 Dan Power-14 Wrestling Tfffinfi lR0W Onel Jim Hallb, Marc Slfwenef, .lim Pal Dubbcrt, Earnic Harris, Gene O'Brien. Row Threel lfllil1'l'if'l1i'll1,Nb'llllC Banks, Dan Power, Ray Stockdale, Handy Dan Comeggs, Randy Fort, Rick Cates, Bob Le Vien, Jim llughell, Mike Matlock. fRow Twoj Larry Fevold, Pat Sanders. Pat Moriarty, Term. Wics' QROW Foul., Mike lxuggurl- Reggie Ragland, DUHHC FI'ilCl1iC, Gary SimpS0l'l, Sawyer, Doug Long. Mark Brown, Larry Smith, Les Dixon, 146 'ri Q 1 5s I' ' l ze 1965 Sfffiz F ,gsvfr , yi sf fat. -- if , , f fan., H Z:-pf' 2,3 X , , ' W f WW Wax , ff f, ff f 4 yf, ff f fp , Z Kg f' 4f if' 3 f,f,v.4f,5fA7,9! ,fff fi , , ,. .. ',1 , ff ffv if-'. fi27fi .lv if 2 Pj 5 Z! ,2' ,: f,,,Z1f2f4 451503 Z "7 ' ' f' k . 1 er 1 Dan Power-142 pounds , Ioach MULES MULES MULES MULE5 MULES MULES5 V r',' l il A . ' ' l ',AVAA . M SCOREBOARD Univ. of Nebraska f0mahaj . . . . . . . . .Lincoln University . . .Southeast Missouri State . . Southwest Missouri State . . . .' . L . . . Graceland College M.-.,Univ. of Missouri fRollaj t . . . . . . . .Emporia State . Uniy. of Missouri Qlflollaj A . . . Graceland College . .f.'.,.Northeeist Missouri State illinois University Soiltliwest Missouri State Qlllinoisy University y . of'Missouri y . ,Fort Hays State . ejggu,jg4tsIQginsiasAgStatesUniversity 5pg,fNoyrthweste Missouri State 1R0w Threej Le Vien, Jim ow Fourj Mike milh, Les Dixon. Ray Stockdale wrestles his way to 150 pound-championship in CMS Quadrangular Meet. 147 ' 1 I I 3 T I 3 2 A fi A - Y 1 Q C l G Arnie Porter works routine on parallel bars 57 Ymnastics Team fRow Onej Larry Garrett fRow Two, Curt Reams M i Mule's G mnastics Team gains in poise, experience Under the guidance of Coach Curt Reams, .the Mules finished the season with a two and ten record. Although the Mules competed as a team, they had only two members who participated in all the meets. Arnie Porter and John Mynatt comprised the squad and improved tremendously as the season progressed. Porter and Mynatt both were all-around performers as they competed in all six events. The best event for both of these gymnasts was the vaulting which saw both men score over eight out of a possible ten points consistently during the season. During the campaign the short-handed 'Mules team competed with stiff competition as they faced Fort Hays State, Arkansas State University, and the University of South Dakota in dual meet action. BS CS ,wx Bill Could Arnie Porter Clyde Miller John Mynatt Bryan Jones Rusty Smith ..,, ,,.', I 4 4 I pf I , A, , K . f y i I eitan S ' irii f i ' ' z ' my iiin ..n...i' i it . 149 1 Z Debbie Watsox Li -v. F E E S Y , ' v W0men's Ba X 1 gnu-M. Xancj Mary Kay Dooley trys for a rebound for CMS. 'Ww'4'!lI1QrgQn, 150 if rf ,J Debbie Watson puts two through the hoop for CMS. . . . 5 omen's Basketball Team makes outstanding record The women's intercollegiate basketball teams opened the season with varsity team victory of 72 to 44 over Haskel College and a NBM team victory of 57 to 24. Victories by both teams over Southwest Missouri State College in the second game of the season seemed to be an omen of the future. The teams continued their winning ways as varsity ran up a nine game winning streak and the 'SBU team was still undefeated after five games. Southwest Missouri State halted the CMS winning streak with a score of 49-39. The ABM team remained undefeated by winning over SMS. The varsity team was characterized by a well balanced offense and a tenacious man-to- man defense which enabled them to compensate for a lack of height when competing against taller teams. CMS closed out the season by participating in the regional tournament in Springfield, Missouri. The team will be challenged to win in order to compete in the state Tournament held here at Central Missouri State. 1. ri 99 43 V, ts, . I t, 1 i 1 . wx A ' n W0men's Basketball Team' fflow One? Nancy Turner Pam TWOT -lan Wvllcfman fmimat-Wflf Debbie LFUM' D"l'l'lC Hlllw' L ll T man, Rhonda Miles. Debbie Broun. Nlari lxay Dooley. -XHIINK. Nanci llunaxant, Robin Turley. Elnora Anderson. Gay UFC 3 0 slCl'lllN'l'g1'l1,, lhflyhic Watson, Donna Zcrr, Peggy llulvhison. tllow Diana Burrell, Michaela Wilt-her Qmanagerj. 151 1 l I I I I n i Z i 4 19 may olleyball team compiles winnin season of 28-11 The W0men's lntercollegiate volleyball team compiled a very successful record ol' 28 wins and ll losses in match play during the season. ln December, they attended thc Missouri State Volleyball Tournament and placed second in state. The CMS team was very active throughout the year conducting several high school clinics and sportsdays. The varsity intercollegiate volleyball team was invited for the second time to attend the National Intercollegiate Volleyball Championships. ln February, they traveled to Miami, Florida, to participate in the Third DGWS National Volleyball Tournament, The tour- nament was held at Miami Dade Junior College on January 31, 1972. Twenty-eight teams were invited to participate in the tournament representing 16 states. The CMS team placed 13th out ofthe 28 teams participating, winning 3 games and losing 3 games in tournament play. Miss Sharon Rauh and Miss Nancy Blackwood coached the team. Womens Volleyball Team QROW One Coach kathy lxnlil Coath Nancy Blackwood Ross lvvol Sl iron liauh Brenda llodgcs lit Uwen .ldflslb ala liocbuir cblnc itllllll N ll N Xl l Nl l R binson Dthlnc llll lull o ton bhciry l Olllllllgltlll V nic lostu nt lx ircn llcirf on F H 0 4 , 4 ,Q I i ,ug-7 D- Q- 1- Hug. Bl s ' J 'y , altf- ': la-la, 'a' '2 .11lSi V 1 ' 'Via' 153 CMS hockey players chosen as All- tars for tournament The CMS Women's Intercollegiate Field Hockey team remained undefeated this year with a season record of 13 wins and 1 tie. The I team participated in a St. Louis Tournament, with eleven players Q from CMS selected as All-Stars to participate in the Midwest Field g llockcy Tournament held in Milwaukee in November. Selected for : thc first team from CMS were: Gay Steenbergen, Debbie Watson, 3 Kay By ers, Becky Cairns, and Barb Schoemig. Representing the second team for CMS are: Michaela Witcher, Lea Smith, Zim Zigenfuss, Joyce Knoderer, Katie Murphy, and Marianne Haberstroh. Nancy Dunavant and Ruby Curry were named as A alternates. Two all-star teams were selected at Milwaukee to ' participate in the National USFHA Tournament at Pennsylvania. Un November 6th and 7th, Saturday and Sunday, at St. Louis, the CMS HA" team overpowered Cape Giraudeau 7 to 0. Debbie Watson Q and Michaela Witcher provided the goals for CMS. The NBC team edged Cape Giraudeau by a score of 1 to 0. Lea Smith scored the point for CMS. The MA" team was also victorious over the St. Louis Field Hockey Club as they defeated them 2 to 0. The HB" team lost to the St. Louis team by a score of 3 to 0. Jane Markert, women's physical education instructor, is the coach. De .. , ,,z- Q12 ,gm . f f' f'p"1f.w f l .a,:-'V J. li U 1' A t. 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Competing in the regionals were Alta Christ, Carol Olendorff, Viola Norman, and julie Albrecht which are also team members this year. CMS is one of four teams in Missouri which participate in intercollegiate competition.. They compete in floor exercise, balance beam, uneven parallel bars, and vaulting. This year the team has eight returning gymnasts and have compiled a 3-0 record defeating the University of Missouri, Wichita State Unixersity, and Northwest Missouri State College. Alta Christ participated in all events and led the team in scoring the most points. Marilyn Crechus is the coach. Alta Christ-Leap. l57 , xx l I -A ipl' A ACADEMICS fakadem lkj, adj. 1. of schools 01' ' colleges and their learmngg scholasticg scholarly. 2. having to do wi h eneral, liberal, technical, and vocational . ' 5 SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN GRADUATES as FACULTY LIBRARY ADNIEYTSTRATION cLAss ooMs RESIDENCE CENTER r-.,., 'i Ng-. im -L' I M. ,Nl l if A r " Q 'W l 1 mfg? 1' X , f 'L 13 Y Vu ...qu-n . :Qs eff 'M lbixf' X 4 X ,alms Residence Center grows at rapld pace Since its beginning in 1959, the Independence Residence Center has granted well over 267,000 semester hours of college credit and has grown to an enrollment of 2200 plus students. It first began with night classes being held at William Chrisman high school in Independence.. From there classes were moved in the fall of 1962 to a building which had just been completed behind the Truman Library and is now the present site of the Residence Center. Since that time there have been two more additions, one in 1966 and the most recent in the fall of 1971, which included a 60 x 60 foot gymnasium, new offices for faculty and administration, and 14 additional classrooms. The latest addition also included a large asphalt parking lot that accommodates 500 additional automobiles. Since 1959 there have been live directors of the Center. In 1971, Dr. Ray Williamson was appointed the current Dean. In the employ of the Residence Center are 21 full-time instructors plus approximately 85 part-time instructors. Ri , G is ffl , Ray Williamson Dean of Residence Center l 1 New asphalt parking lot accommodates 500 additional automobiles. Qwq The new addition under construction in 1971. , f 1 ff' 2 .43 zfffff'f"'z','ff 'f fffwvw v-11-fe, ' L , f ff g miwrfl f'm,wfif',f.wwf V f f...Xf,V,f4f!.,,6,,-,.., ,,,,,-,f,,,,A ,,1, ' ff','fQ Mahi , I f' w 211. : W -H' fff.::1f' ,. 5. Jr." E1 -' 160 6 The business of education continues into the night at the Center. W Wfvmw WMQWJW -- Wy nf -- 11 G The new addition after completion I , Q Q K fx! I i 9 i A A P 1 ' 1 f - V my t 5 i it "" ,..,..... 19 I x an V , it i , " i H A A 'i'Wt - ,M i', , A ' VK! K i xx! , l i Q g W t , 161 g Center promotes basketball team For the first time in its thirteen year existence the Independence Residence Center with its 2200 plus student body boasts a new basketball team. With the completion of the new addition which houses a 60 x 60 foot gymnasium, a more indepth athletic program was initiated thus permitting organization of the new team. The team, which consists of ten members, competes in the lndustrial City League. 7VX Center Basketball Team: Jerry Rodrigus, Mark McKaig, Lindsey Cobb, Dan Hastings, Bruce Eye, Jim Kaufman, Mike Keltner, Phil Melahn, Rod Farrington, Mike Cothern. Be Students makc good use of the Union during a break between Class. 162 ans, XXiIli 1 Kaig, Lindsey Cobb, Dan l Melahn, Rod Farrington, Bel Canto Club, directed by Mrs. Melva Lanigan, sings at a Christmas program , ,Z ,V ,C ,M lark Willis sings "Silxcr Bells". An aerial view of lhe Wood Marlin complex as it nears com letion 77WkAW"""'N ,ai ultlmllllon dollar structure adds to mstructlonal fHCllltl6S The new Martin Building a 33 million dollar instructional complex for the Division of Language, Literature, and Communicationfopened its doors at the beginning of fall term. The structure provides an additional 123,531 square feet of, floor space for offices, classrooms, laboratories, and specialized facilities. The ground floor of the building houses the Journalism and Speech Pathology and Audiology departments. Located on the main floor are specialized facilities in forensics, and offices for the division chairman of Language, Literature, and Communications. The department of Foreign Languages, the department of Philosophy, and part of the English department occupy the second floor. On the third floor are classrooms, seminar rooms, and special facilities for the department of English. Between the Martin Building and the Wood Building is a specially designed 444-seat theatre. The theatre dominated the central main floor and includes theatre staff offices, lobby area, rehearsal room, make-up and dressing rooms, costume sewing, storage areas, plus a unique and complex lighting system. Directly below the theatre, an expansion of the Instructional Resources Center is being developed. 164 -35 f li ' Aa ,,,. Spacious hallways accommodate a heavy flow ol traffic al peak limegl -haw-Mx -".- .-mm-,A i,,.,, , .,,.:M,., -A Jr ,, ill!-Nusa A lounge in the new Ma rlill Dr. Lin Welch explains how the audiometer works 'l65 CMS-TV goes 'on the air' Q with news, sports, weather News, weather, and sports are only a few of the daily programs telecast over CMS-TV Channel 7. The station is owned and operated by Central Missouri State and has been on the air since February 4, 1972. The staff of Channel 7 consists mainly of students majoring in mass media. Programs featured on the station include interviews with faculty members, book reviews, religion series, television dramatizations, and variety acts. A community bulletin board, accompanied by background music from KCMW-FM, provides a 24-hour service informing students, faculty, and Warrensburg residents of upcoming activities and events. VK cathcr girl Durae Havens describes a warm front moving into Kansas as ban lx Us runs thc Ldmerd 166 I 1, A 3 f Director Dale Kinly confers with Mr. Boyd and Greg Carlile as they watch a control room monitor. ' t fW,,.ka,.,.,,..l- . , WSWS the day S SPONS CVCYNS- Denny .Iadlot controls the audio board during a televised show. Fa. . 1 Don Brown prepares to patch in a program. Mr. Ted Boyd changes thc liulletin v QQ-1?"l ,gn V -Z, Tim Doke reads a portion of the news as Larry Schneiders awaits his turn. 167 hoard 1 I Administrators direct educational program lxccping pacc with changing times and in- crcascsl enrollments, the administration Of CMS is handled by iarious vice presidents and cleans who help President Lovinger with the enormous task of running a modern in- stitution of higher learning. Administrative officers arc Dr. Tom Edmunds, Vice President for 'Qtudcnt At'lluirsg Dr. Harold L. Young, Vice President for Administrative Affairsg Dr. Don Wyss. Nicc President for Financial Affairsg and Dr. Roy N'lcAuley, Vice President for Academic Affairs. Deans having academic responsibilities are Dr. Claude Brown, Dean of the School of 'Xrts and Sciencesg Dr. Thomas R. Gaines, Dean of the School of Applied Science and Tcchnologyg Dr. Robert Pierce, Dean of thc School of Business and Economicsg Dr. Robert Marshall, Dean of the School of Public Services. Deans with staff responsibilities are Dr. Roy jorgcnson, Dean of Teacher Educat- iong Dr. Held Hemphill, Dean of the Graduate Schoolg Dr. Leroy Barrows, Dean of the School of Educationg Dr. Clark Morton, Dean of the School of Continuing Education. The Dean of Men is Dr. Hollis Chalquist and the Dean of Women is Mrs. Alice Gower. Merville Mevcrden .lack J. Carmichael Director. Physical Plant Assistant to President fffw.-V -' YZL- ,lrdjzf 3 . 1 ' 1 , . f I w , f A X7 W, MQ ,ffP',1'!f"7, ' W, V " 1 , 0 wif ff' . ffwff Helen Gilbert Carl B, Foster lll""l1f'f Director N'l'4l""f V l"ti1i"s Public Relation. Harold L. Young, Vice President Rgy Administrative Affairs gm., Tom D. Edmunds Vice President Student Affairs Don Wyss Vice President Financial Affairs f x.. 5 .V 3 1715 1. 1 :..x . A , Q :iz E , ---H L L rf Roy A. McAuley, Vice President Academic Affairs V I 'Z f -., . ' ' ' , A , , 'S , 4, Q. Y -. ,elf f' , s ,ar ,' L. c ,V41.-,M Hollis L. Chalquisl Dean of Men Roy Jorgenson Dean Teacher Education 'Uh Leroy Barrows Dean of School Education Alice Gower Dean of Women Reid Hemphill Dean Graduate School R. Clark Morton Dean of School Rolxerl Marshall llcan ol' School l'ul1lic bert iccf -4, Ai' Ray W'illiams0n Dean lndep. Rcaidcncc Center Thonms R. Gaines llcun ol N liool Continuing Education Appl. -Xrtx 8 'l'4'l'lll1Ul0KF yi'-fit? ,X 1 ':,,J z 'Q l ' 1--gf ,X , I Claude H, Brown Allen L. Sosehee Robert B. Pierce Dean of School Dean Dean of Ft-liool Arts and Sciences Admissions 81 Records Busine-S K liconomit 5: A Z A 1 ii in il i 9 2 3 i 2 I 1 1, l s 3 5 v o t J s i . i r J P sr gl Facult: ck-Bro Ackerson, Virgil Education Adams, Esmond Economics Adams, Joseph English Aisl, Eugene Instructional Resource Center Albrecht, joseph Manufacturing 8 Const. Anders, Leslie History I 1 li Anderson,iGlen Teacher Education Bachmann, Duane Residence Center Bailey, Joyce Women's Physical Education Baldwin, Robert Safety Education Baltz, Howard lnstructional Resource Center Bamford, ,leane Assistant Dean ol' Women Banks, Donna Music Barrows, Leroy Dean of School ot' Education Beattie, Richard Psycholo y Beaver, Lyle Recreation Bell, Marvin Ph sics Belbhe, John Biology Benedict, Warren gusiness Admin. er an, Lucy Engiraih Berry, Doris Business Admin. Berry, Gordon Communications Best, Clarence Mathematics Birkhead, Velma Mathematics Bissetl, John Library Bixb , Glenn Lab gcholl Black, Perry Education Blackwell, Dale Business Admin. Bock, Frederic Business Admin. Bohlen, Donald Music Boles, Walter Safct Education Borchelt, Judith Counseling Basso, Louis Business Admin. Bowling, David Physics Boyd, Theodore Communications Bradley, Theola Elementary Education Brame, William Manufncturin 81 Const. Brattstrom, lgaul Academic Advisor Brauer, Frederick Data Processing Brewer, Robert Communications Brewington, William Counseling Britton, james Sociology Brock, Baird Economies Brookens, Kenneth Instructional Resource Center Brooks, Deems Communications Brooks, Edith Music Brookshier, Doris Library Brown, Andrew Music , ,iffy 1 .", . if . Zz Z 1 . M4 I ff 1 Mf g 'Vot- ., 5 170 7? 51, fs Hifi .5 . ,' ,fic if ,fag 'vi ' :' , v f P WW , ,, J if 0 ff Y -,tg 1: , y, ,Q -.egg X 9 K' f 'Q 9 .ilyl L 'ai X xiii! -sk-f . V. , -.,, --,' . ,,. l . 4 fx fu 'WP-, ,, . Q , i Q ,1 -rt: 'tr ,fr- ' , . 5' i I 4'- 'R+' gk xx 'B' 1 Q, 14 .fzfrz E ' f1::5,e-s3:' -:5,f:1:1:rgf:.:k my-f:::1 A y ,255 V , . ll K fg:- ::3.:15.g-3..-' , , , X, W Y z l7'I . 2 jd. z- ' .- Faculty: Bro-DeM -Mg S f' vs., '1' ,pax f-ve Brown, Claude Dean of Arts K Science Buckles, ,loan Nursing Bur-hler, Carmen Nursing Bumgamer, Cecil Power S Trans. Burke, Donald Power dr Trans. Burnette, Walter Science Education Bushmeyer, William Agriculture Butler, Aaron Business 81 Economics Carlson, Kay Nursing Carmichael, .lack Assistant to the President Casady, Carmie Business Admin. Case, M,erl Graphics Castancr, David Biology Castle, Conan Music Chalquist, Hollis Dean of Men Chapin, Gordon Military Science Cheatham, Richard Communications Chrisman, Barbara Library Clardy, Betty English Clark, Mary Nursing Cleveland, Wayne 'Teacher Education Cogan, Daniel Instructional Resource Ce Coker, Robert Business Admin. Coleman, Kelly Political Science Coleman, Russ Music Coon, Gilbert English Crabtree, Jewell Agriculture Craig, Bemiece English Craven, Sherralyn Mathematics Creighton, Wllda Business Admin. Crockett, John History Crounse, Willson Academic Advisor Crum , Gail En lisllr Cufp, Geral Assistant Registrar Curtis, Dan Communications Curtis, Gary Academic Advisor Curtis, Norvln Ps cholo ' Cuyrtis, lgnald Psycholo Danielsjgavid Geography Davenport, Harberl ' Philosophy Davies, Marion Music Davila, Guillermo Criminal Justice Admin. Davis, Chery Philoso hy Davis, Dwight Business A min. Dee, William Sociology DeFrain, David College Skills Delaney, Bemlce En lish Deglott, Edith Nursing nter F acult : Den-Fos Denham, Edward Testing Dcnkcr, Roger Mcn's Physical Eflucution- Di-nman, Margaret Library ' Denning, El Virgo Library Devenny, Nina Business Admin. Dilley, Larry Mathematics Doleclti, Joseph Economics Donatli, Donald lilcn's lfhysical Education Doutt,lSam Social Science Downs, William lntlustrial Arts Drake, Charles Economics Dumler, Brenda Home Economics Dunlap, Richard Social Scicncc Dunn, Jack Mathematics Edmunds, Tom Student Affairs Egelston, Martha English Elliott, Alice Biology Elliot, Bessie Teacher Education Ellis, Edwin Art Emerson, John Earth Science Engle, Elizabeth Home Economics English, Gloria Women's Physical Education Erickson, John Business Admin. Erlsman, Kathryn Library Eschliman, Herbert English Eshelman, David Communications Essock, Alfred Business Etling, Sheryl Communications Evelelh, Robert Military Science Falgren, Lloyd Men's Physical Education Faulk, Dennis Chemistr Fenley, .lvohn Music Fidler, Robert Cam us Radio Field: Camoleta Business Fields, Gene Education Florenlino, Elaine Counseling Fisher, Leroy Business-Office Flanagan, Malcolm Psychology Flandermeyer, Roger Geography Flanin sm, Mlchael Psycholxogy Flint, Donna Nursin Flood,iliefi'ord Agriculture Foley, William History Forgey. John Art Forman. William Busim-as 8 lit-onomivs Foster, Augustus Yutcrana filluirs Foster, Curl l'nlilir Relations Foster, William l:.dum-ation M fo -.--1 A ,W ,,,,, I - If 2 yy, v4N,,f f , 4,5 - ,,. , ' ff ff ya- QW! "fe, P ' Y" fy z 1 t f, 'f' 2 WWW, .V Cs, QZFQL4 fy . 53 y , , 5 f .fm fum M ,, E X, X fs 315 W ,, , y WW M f JW 4' f Z, f V -, 1 ,. eg... f U, i,Q.! 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Clifford Spun ial litlut ation Garm- ,Xrvoul r. .lrun iting li l"inanting Garlen, T1-cl 'l'4-nrltcr lirlnnition Gangs-, Nlilton Xlueit' Gilhr-rt, Charles linlnvalion Gilbert. llelcn Dirct-lorofStu1lv:nl M-tin L Gillwr l.ilirur t. Ophelia P Ginlher, Mary Counseling Cents-r Gladfeller, lrl Plus-cn iunt Godfrey, Anita Education Goetz, lnri. A Goane Robert rls K Tcrllnolngy y, Alfred Etlurulion Gossen, Harvey 'lluavller Eli. Gower, Alice Dcan of Women Graham, ,luslyn Eduva Gram Teach tion , Doloras cr Ed. Grayhill, Robert Langua c G Literature Greef, glurgnret Library Gregg' Len Education Griffith, Wallace Mathematics Griggs, Guy History Grimes. Rohm-rt Data Prom-cssing Crimes, William Mathctnutivs Grow, Leslie Business All min. Huirolu-tlian, Thomas Haifa Pliyaival lfdurution Haldiman, Curl Eduvuliun Halen, Waite-r Musin- Hampton. Homer Nlalhcrnulit-5 Hampton, W. U. Education Hans, John Political Sricnc-c Hannah. Lyman Xlanufat-turing S Const. Harriman, Y. ,l. Ghcmialry Hart, Ralph Nlusiu Hurtung, Hurley Nlctfs Phisitul l'lmlnm-utimi Hulfivltl. .lnsrph Sorial Svicllrc Hauser, William Foreign Language Hausmnnn. Lynn Home Et-ononiics flawkaley, Oscar Biology Haydu, John Art Hayes, Nlwrllv Business lid. Hazlc-rig, .lurk En liah Hefmirlc, Dali' Counseling Hemphill. tteizt Dean oI'Grurluul1- Frliool Faculty: Hem Kin Hemphill, Thomas Power S' Trans. ' Hewitt, Sain Scicltcv S Aluthemutics Heytvnon. ,lohn llislory llilxlon, Howard Gcugrupliy Higgins, Robert Psi:-holo 5 llighlancler, james Comniuuicutions Hinerinan, Charles Sviencl- Eclut-ation Hour, David Assistant Dean of Men Huffman, Declan Criminal .luslice Admin, Holland, Carrie Recreation Holland, Ray l'hysivs Holmes, Neal Science Education Human, Frederick Music Honeywell, Charles lnslruclional Resource Center Hopkins, Bertha l'Ilemv:ntary Education Hopping, ,loe Chcmistr Horine, ,lohn Power 81 Trans. Horton, Agnes History Huculnk, Wnsyl Library Hudson, james Education Hutcherson, Curtis Baptist Chair ol' Bilile lngrum, Victor Graphics Ireland, Russell Power 81 Trans. Irwin, Deigh Business Jackson, David Fin-incial Aid Jenkins, Mel Graphics Jeni, Clay Education Johnson, Edwin Art Johnson, Larry Mathematics Johnson, Orval Academic Advisor jones, Larry Business Education Jones, Robert English Jonson, james Business Admin. Jordan, William Communications Jorgensen, Roy Education Julien. .lcssic Women's Physical Education Kauffman, Willard Education Keffer. Eugene Research Kelley, Charles Mathematics Kendall, Robert Communications Kennedy, William Safety Keppner. Edwin Biology Keseman, Charles Graphit'-4 Ketcherside, William Psytlwlogy Kelli. Earl Nlen'- Physical Erlueuliun Kibhiv, Eloise Library Killingheck, Stanley Chemistry Kindrick. Hohert English -.rt .tv C L f f X If If I f ,, 1 4 X ,, f f ,f f , if 7, , f L , 1 5 5 5 f f , f 4 X 6 X, f f ,, Y Facult : Kir-MCK 'V-ff y,:6 ' ,ff , ' ,jlzii I 'A 1 f fyf, gg. , Q.- ,Mf Kirkland, Sunfnrd l,ummnni4ullun- Koch, Franklin Nlurif- Koehvr, l'Qnrl lluxinea- li-lumallun Km-rw-clmun. Herlwrl lluaii Koons, Clair 'l'uul-lie: lfdm-alum Kraus. Vida Englixlu Kuhn. Charles Buwineas Admin. Lungholf, Norman Erimynul Juslice Admin, ang inaiu, Kennelh Cummuniculi-ms Lauln-rsh-in, Darlene iyssislanl Dean of Women aullay Rohm-rl Safely Lea, Lurile Library Lee, Allen Safely' Lee, Chi-Ling Economies Lesher, Marian Mulhemalics Lewis, Edward Arl Limhark, Relrerra Education Lindsay, David Political Science Lillle, ,lark Housing Livingston, Grace Home Economies Loekard, Belly Criminal ,lusliee Admin. Long, ,lames Business G Economics Loveall, Carol Home Economics Lovell, Robert English Lovinger, Warren Prcsidenl of College Luehberl, Frank Malhumalics Luehrman, Rirhard Art Lyon, Mary Wumcn's llhysical Edllculion Madden, Mallhew Bus-incss Admin. Mahanes, Howard Mcn's Phyaieal Educalion Markerl, ,lane Women's Physical Eduealion Marshal, Ruherl H. Teacher liducalion Marshall, Rolwrl L. Safely Eduvalion Marlin, Alphadine Women'a Physical liiluculiun Marlin, Frank Physics Maserang, Calllvrinc Sociology Masters. Cordon Sociology Mayfield, Louise Businesa Edurulion McAuley, Roy' Vice-Presirlenl .-Kcademir .Xllaur Mm-Candll-ss. William Music McCnndlens, Perry' Hislory , MrConnell, Louise Eduealion McClure, Arlhur Hislury McCulloch, Max Teal-lier Eduealiun McCulchan, Carl Mulhemalirs Mclilwee, Judson Foreign Language McFarland, Emmett Busineaa Edurulion McKimmcy, Philip Foreign Language Iiacult : CK-Pat Nlt-lxinnies, liirlutrtl ll-.n-ln-r lftlucution Ylrllcynolde, Ronald lingli-.li ' NlcSpzultlcn, Dunn lflcvttvtltury lfil. Nlvwvrtla-n, fllertillt' Diicitur. lllipit-ul Plant Millcr, Donald l'l'tpi1-5 Vlillcn, George lfilirarx Nlillcr. Erin lluwintrr-. Wlillf-r, J, O. Eilun-ation Wlillcr, ,larry licltlcutiutt llilliartl, Dunivl ln-counting 81 Finance Mitchell, Charles Cvugru mln Nlilvlwll, David 'l'v:ut-hcr liiluralion Mitchell, Lawrence Music Muck, Perry llusinc-as Mock, Robert llowcr Sf Trans. Monson, Richard Krt Monlulto, Barbara Nlullicnialics Moore, Phyllis Business Mnree, Macy Speech Pathology Morlan. Winston Acatlcmiv Atlxisor Moroney, Katherine English Morton, Clark Education Morton, Clifford Sulcty TMI Muchmore, Cloyd Financial Affairs Mudd, Billy Education Mullies, William Foreign Language Munger, Lorraine Home Economics Nnhm, Lnura Biology Nelson, Dale Education Newcomb, Mary English Newcomer, Lee English Newman, Ruth Home Economics Nichols, Edith Teacher Education Nichols, Peter Sociology North, Willard licsearrh Norton, Arthur Accounting and Finance 0'Bnnnon, John .M-aclemic Advisor' Ohrenlrerg, Robert Secondary Education Olpin. Larry English 0'Mulley, James Counselor Onhima. Eugene llcnerul Science Oxley. Vinrent lniln-lriul -Xrls K Tech. Park. Raymond Xlusii Parka. Kr-rmit Ficlrl Scrum-cs Pntmorc, Ruth Xu-minling 6' Finance Putrirlt. Rulwrt Ylvn'-' l'li5 wwal Erlucution Palrirk. Ylinnic Xtiivlr-mi: 'lclai-or Putter-nn, Frank if v 5 1 l"'tlN V I W VVV. . f I -"N 4 L 1, 25 ' fi : ,.??":: ,ff - F' , lk,-, .. i Qi 2 i . --rf '?F .1 Q., S ia .43 42 is? af 1" E -1- 5 ' ' iff ,Zi 1 55 , Eg sf. -5 :fi Facult : ea-Sch 519 'gf' :fait gg, , Y was so fini 5 nuff-nf XJN A lv - Q92 , Q ,aw- Qsrw sa- :..s-.-52 Av WX 'QR' was as Q ,fiyivf 41, K9 Pearce. Llarn-m-v xo.-,ia.,..i.1 tpfa...u..f.- Peck, W illium Biology Pm-rf:-ll. Ruymonfl limiiws- Mliniu, Perri-uult. l.awrn-neo Xlilituri Svit-in-r Peter, W illium l'itlllraliun Pc-ters. Irvin Alumni Ullirr Peterson, Edward Art Peterson, Margaret Art Pettigrew, Warren Academic Advisor Phinney, john Sociology Pierce, Glenn Communications Pierce, Robert Dean, Business 51 Economics Pilkington, .lames Men's Physical Education Pittman, Riley Sociology Plunk, Delores Women's Physical Education Postlethwait, james Admissions Powell, Donald Political Science Pullen, James Counseling guibell, Gertrude ducasonm If d uim , i or gppliecllscience guistorff, Edwin USIC Rader, Martha Business Education Ragsdale, .lack Military Science Ranson, Kathleen Education Rauh, Sharon Women's Physical Education Reams, Curtis Men's Ph sical Education Renick, laancy Communications Reynolds, Harold Art Rice, Don Special Education Richardson, Cecil Agriculture Rickman, C. W. Physics Ricks, Beatrice English Riebold, Floyd Education Rielbrock, Fred Education Riggs, Virgil Chemistry Robb, Kenneth Placement Roberson, Ammon Music Roberts, Ron Business Admin. Roma, Alberto English Literature Rose, William Agriculture Rush, Emest Education Russell, Jack Academic Advisor Sadler, Philip Education Sample, George Art Sampson, Harold Language dt Literature Sappington, Hal Electricity Savary, Harry Biology Schafer, Csrol Physical Education Facult : Sch-Thi Schell, Rosalie Library Schmidt, Duane Safely Education Schmidt, Xlarllynn Speech Pathology Schrag, Gerald Nlutheniatics Schwartz, Robert English Scott, Mary English Svburn. Thomas Safety See, Edward tlonununiculions Seeley, Robert Chemistry Semonisck, Robert Safel Sewell, Georgia Home Economics Sexton, Carl .tt-udemie Mlvisor Sharp, Raymond Military Science Shockey. Elenor Music Short, Norm XIen's Physical Education Shultz, Lewis Academic Advisor Sims, Evelyn L. Art Slagle, Annetta Elementary Education Smead, John Communications Smith, Blaine Military Science Smith, james Biolo y Snoblie, Joseph Science Education Snyder, Haddock Physics Sosebee, Allen Admissions Sparling, William Business 81 Economics Spillman, Wesley Social Science S linter, Roger Cliemistry Stanton, Wllllam Library Sterling, Duane Administrative Affairs Sterne, Lucas Business Stewart, Byron History Stewart, Robert Music Stillwell, Wllllam Industrial Arts Stubbs, Roy History Stumpff, Keith lilathcmattics Summers, ,lanell Business Education Summers, Robert Communications Sutherland, John Business Admin. Swank, Theron Instructional Research Center Swiger, Denzil Power 81 Trans. Swisher, James History Sylwester, Harold History Tn lor, Esco Military Science Taylor, Roddy English Taylor, Velma English Tees. Arthur Communirutiuns This-lhar, W'ilbur Business Admin. Thomas, Gerald Rc--ifli-rn-e Center ' 1 i uf? ----X -.gf , , " ,ii is -gm x.. ,,..f eu ,-Q. - gt i 1 i I i I i i i f . i, k f' l Yi, W i n I .-.. ' X' ' 1 "IA 1 ' i P me ff Faculty: Th 0-You ,sins r'-is fl ,wg '97 K 'iiwffw 2 af, 5-"X, V I- X Thompson. Kenneth Psyrltology Thompson. William ifconomitw Tirkr-myer, tiarlnnrl llbilnaophy Tickemcyer, Gary' Sociology Tic-szcn. Nlarion Lipecch insley. Alvin Mathematica Tipton, William Powcr G Trans. Titus, Catherine English Tompkins, Robert Physical Education Toasell, Richard Safety Education Treu, Larry Mcn's Physical Education True, Wesley Music Twomey, Alfred History Tynea, Ronald Continuing Education Ulrich, Robert Salety Education Unglesby, Ina English Vacek, William Industrial Arts Van Blair, Betty Library VanCleave, Harold Agriculture Van Dam, Ronald Men's Physical Education Veigel, Harding Safety Vittetoe, ,lack Teacher Education Vogel, Robert Geography Wagener, Kenneth Education Waisner, Cary Graphics Waite, Albert agriculture alker, Flnyd Men's Physical Education Wallis, Donald Electricity Walters, Nancy Counselor Education Warlick, Ruby Psychology Weir, Lee Graphics Weiss, David Communications Welch, Lin Speech Whitehead, ,lohn College Union Activities Whiteside, Lowell Teacher Education Wilkey, Harry Economics Williams, Hugh Music Williamson, Ray Dean, llesirlencc Center Wilson, Ernest Power 8 Trans. Wyss, Donald , Vice President ul Financial Affairs Yocum, Karolyn Education Williams, Kenneth English Wilson, Harnld Psychology Yinger, Harold Men's Physical Education Yoder, James Psycholo y Young, Enrol Education Young, David History Young, Florence Women'a Physical Educat ion , I 'I W N N x Seniors: Abn-Bak - p ,. , fx Abney, Gary, Clinton. Ahnt-3, Terry, lligpinsullv: Accou- flf' ntingi Arvounling Club. Abraham, Dale. Adam:-, Barbara, , Kansas City, Adams, Billy, ,Icfferson Citi. ff Y 215 455 ,., 4,.,.,.. .. M112 z1sa2faa.:.2.s4..- Adams, Charles, Warrensburg. Adams, janire. Adams, 'mi in Leocadin, Warrenshurg. Adams, Muurita, Kansas City. Adkis- son, Carolyn, Scdalia: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Assoc. Childhood Ed. Akers, Wayne, Kansas City. Alford, Barbara, Joplin. Allen, Donna, Blue Springs. Allen, Paul, Lawson. Allen, Roy, Knob Noster. 'rw Alpers, James, Kansas City. Althouse, Nancy, Huntsville. Alzate, Gilberto, Wartensburg. Anderson, Betty, St. Charles: Elementary Education: Alpha Lambda: Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pig SNEAQ Assoc. Childhood Ed., Psychology Club, UCCF. Anderson, Bob. Anderson, Erma, St. Louis. Andes, Donald, Independence. Andrews, Sandy, Prairie Home: Special Education: SNEAQ Assoc. Childhood Ed.: College Union Committee! CEC- A3010- ny, Gail, Kansas City. Applebury, Thomas. Arens, Karen, Sedalia. Armes, Dewey, Warrcnsburg. Arnold, Johnnie, Sugar Creek. Arnold, Linda, Bates City. Arnold, Naomi, Richmond. Arnote, jean, Polo. Arnote, June, Polo. Atoullah. Syed, Kansas City. Aueh, David, Kansas City. Austin, Barbara, North Kansas City: Home Economics: Alpha Lamlnln Della: Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice Prcsq Kappa Della Pig lxappa Omit-run Phi: Colhevon, Vice Pres.: SGA Sc-naleg AWS Ass:-nublig CWENSQ Tassels. Aversman, Glenn, Corder: Physical Education: Pliysicul Edueutiun Club, Sec.. Yice Pres.. Pres. Badger, Charles, Warrensburg. Bailey, Wendy. Bainbridge. .lilfkv llnlw Chr. Baker, Linda, Independence: Business Education: Della Zeta. "W Pi-egg Pi Omega Pig Prexy Club. 'l8'l Seniors: Bak-Bes Baker, Sharon, Webster Groies. Baldwin, Cheryl, lndepcntlenrc. Balentine, Olivia, Drexel. Ballard, Richard, Springfield, Tenn, Banks, Walter, New Franklin. Bankus, John. Banning, jamie, Brookfield. Barker, Bill. Barnes, Menilev, Kansas City: Home Economics: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhecon, Sec.: Prexy Club: CWENS: llunors Program: S. Todd, Treas.: S. Yeater, Trcas.: Tasscls. Barnett, Bridget, Florissant: Criminal Justice Admin- istration: Alpha Phi Sigma, Sec., Pres.: Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Prcxy Club: Newman Club: AWS Assembly: Nickerson,Trcas.: Citil Defense Committee. Barnett, Floyd, Lee's Summit. Barr, Robert, Marshall. Barrett, John, Butler. Barrow, Nancy, St. Louis. Barry, Thomas, jefferson City. Bartel, Larry, Cuba. Bartela, Vlrgilene, Montrose. Bartlett, Steven, Warrensburg. Bartow, Thomas, Buckner. Bartram, Stephen, Lawson. Bassham, Shelley, Rogers, Ark. Bates, Cynthia, Warrensburg. Bauer, Jeffrey, Jefferson City: Management: Theta Chi: UMOC: American Marketing Assoc. Beehe, Steve, Buckner. Beene, Lannle, Kansas City. Beever, Bill, Mexico. Bekehrede, Ieanice, St. Charles, Bell, Carolyn, Lincoln. Bender, Diana, Smithville. Benne, Michael, Cravois Mills. Bennett, David. Bennet, Linda, Independence. Benson, Larry. Bergsieker, Carol. Berry, Diana, Independence. Berry, Jean, Sedalia: Art: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi. Berschauer, Claudia, Kansas City. Bess, Belinda, Teblretts. Best, Myra. Best, William, Independence. 797 .amy 24115. - f , , ' W7 W 541, fig ' 4 f 1. . ,, ff Q A 4.4, f f 2 54, , 9' iz., 'f 1 f , .f .. Y 7 1, A 1 , ff: ff an 5? , . fffip .N ! Z X A W 7 A 5 , 4 , 6 , 1 ' Q fi , , , o Qi f Zff 7 340, I Q W y. 1 W f WX707 ' ff ,gw f W f X cs, 2-2 Zyffwgb X I fi M2 M 'I ,, gf, ,f f,,,,.:, w.1,' M f f, , fv O ff , f, 9 1 I X 2 i X W f " X ,fl f af 5 M 'I ff 182 'fl .A 'IR .fl sm.. ..,.:.,, ,',. .4 , ,, . L! Sf .:, 08 - '15 F ,usd 1' fs.. I Q 5' 1 L3f.',Qf,v . 0. ,fy 57' " all 1 Zn V 9 if f-45 L Z 122. I ' Q Z f ,W , , 4 1 4, fwf gy . 1623, fy x , f'99,,,'f . 5 X ,. , , gf fi 7. X73 W if f 2 ' u , gf' -P4 gi" f ,Q -1. -f- -n ' .' MS, .-a.. rx 9 --v xiii. . . -,yigg gm, I , .3 , -Q1 .f 5 75,07 ,If 'f -22 ' ,f V iff! ff f ,, I .5 f 7' ff K ,S fa wJ X 'V' I X , ,lr , , ,. ,,., , I . ' s .-rw r k. , .M . .,. 6, , . ffl 4 .W- 1 4 . ,-., ' 'vt L? Seniors: Big-Bra Bisgersmffa SUE, Boonville. Biggs, Jeffery, Kansas City. Bird, Carol, Lce's Summit. Bitner, Sue, Lcc'n Summit. Bilner, Teddy, Butler. Bland, Carol, Excelsior Springs. Bland, Darrel. Blank, Herbert, Boonville. Blankenship, Paul, Kansas City: Marketing: AMA. Blaylock, Diane. Bliefnick, Gary. Cloemke, Michael, Gerald. Blue, Larry, St. Louis. Blundell, Harry, Lee's f Summit. Boan, Margaret, Osceola. Boan, Ruth, Osceola. Bogan, Larry, St. Louis. Bogard, Barbara, Des Moines, Iowa. Bogner, Charles, Garden City: Music, Band, Orchestra: Phi Mu Alpha, Pres. Buhs, Priscilla, Sedalia. Bolinger, Rebecca, California. Boller, Bob, Boonville. Bond, Cynthia, Warrensburg. Bond, Gregory, Warrensburg. Bopp, Carl, Sedalia. Borgstadt, Clifford, Concordia. Borland, Dale, Butler. Boas, James, Sedalia. Botlemuller, Sharon, Odessa: Elementary Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Della: Kappa Delta Pig ACE: SGA Senate, CWENS: THE RHETOR: CEMOST. Bowman, Paul, Warrensburg. Boyd Coleen, Olathe, Kansas. Boyer, Deborah, Amity. Bozarth, Terry, Oak Grave. Bradley, William, Rich Hill. Brady, Carolyn, Waynesville. f Brager, Linesl, Kansas City, Brame, loan, Warrensburg. Brandt, Carol. Brandt, Ralph, Loose Creek. Branvell, Mary, Lee's Summit. Seniors: Bre-Bye Breon, Janice, Knob Nosler. Bridges, Lewis, Jefferson City. Briggs, Glenda, Deepwater: Psychology: Alpha Lambda Delta, Tres-.: Alpha Phi Della: Kappa Delta Pi, Psychology: Choir! Psi Chi. Bright, Connie. Briner, Kenneth, St, Elizabeth. Brock, Cary, Carrollton: Music: SNEA: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Music Educators National Conference: Phi Mu Alpha. Brooker, Shirll-y, Raylown. Brooks, Harold, Holden. Brown, David, 5eclalia,llBrown, Deborah, St. Louis. Brown, Gary, Independence. Brown, Harold, Center. Brown, Ralph, Elmhurst, lll. Brown, Randy, Washington. Brown, Rebecca, Oregon. Bruce, Richard, Warrensburg. Bruch, Francis, Louisana. Bruffey, Keith, Warrenslxurg. Bryant, Mark, Kansas City, Bryant, Marlin, Lee's Summit. Bucey, Lavonne, Lee's Summit. Buchhelm, Charles, Runnemede. NJ. Budd, Rickey, Independence. Bueker. Roy, Boonville: Social Studies: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: Young Republicans: History Club. Buford, Greg, Independence. Burch, Dlana, Butler: Business Administration: Phi Beta Lambda, Pres.: Prexy Club: Liahona. Burgess, Johnny. Burlingame, Dorothea, Grandview: Elementary Education. Burnell, Donald. Burris, Jan, Kansas City. Burton, Randolph, Sedalia. Buster, Rita, Independence: Physical Education: PEM Club. Butcher, Janice, Independence. Butler, Jack, North Kansas City. Butler, Steven, Odessa: Biology: Phi Sigma Pi. Sec.: Paramedical Club, Pres. Butner, Bonita, Slater: Physical Education: Delta Psi Kappa: Pem Club: SGA Senateg AWS Assembly. Butts, Ellen, Warrensburg. Butts, Flabel, Camdenlon. Byassee, Gloria, Lablonte. Byers. Louella, Windsor: Physical Education: Delta Pai Kappa: SNEAg Physical Education Club: Pem Club: Trcas. 184 ,x iv- Jw Seniors: B e-Com Byers, Lavern, Kansas City. Byrd. Marquita, Silf-stun. Byrne, Thomas, St. Louis. Byrum, Nancy. Wan-aw: Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha l'hi Sigma: Kappa Della Pug l'i Kappa Lambda1Chorus:Musir Erluralori- NalionalConlcr1:m'e, Vice-Pres.: Honors Program, Sigma Alpha Iota. tlhartcr Pres. Bywnter, Nancy, Warrcnsburg, Calahan, Paul, Independence, Calton, Kathryn, Versailles. Campbell, Kathy kansas City Campocll Martha Odessa Campbell Vicki, Warrenaburg Candido,Tom Afllow Canfield Allen Rich Hill Alpha Phi Omega Young Republicans UMUC Sigma NU Society forthe Advancement of Management Carder Ronald Excelsior Springs Carr, Cheryl Liberty Alpha Phi Sigma Lambda Alpha Epsilon Assist Sec!Treas Ski Club SCIC Carroll Margaret Amoret Alpha Phi Delta SAM arroll Treva Kansas Cnty Carter, David, Plattsburg Alpha Phi Sigma Lambda Alpha Epsilon Vice Pres Carter, Ken onticello Iowa Carter, Marcena, Warrensburg SNEA Carter, Stanley Carter, Yvonne, Warrensburg Carver, John, Trenton Theta hi Cellmer, Nancy, Wheaton Nickerson Sec Chorus SAM Sec AMA Chamberlin, Nancy St Louis Chaney Chris, Deepwater Childs, Linda Tina Clpolla, Vanette, Independence Claxton Tony, Centralia Clayton, Dorothy, Kansas City Band Chorus Music Educators National Conference Sec!Trcas Alpha Kappa Alpha AWS Clemmons, Larry Clevenger Robert Excelsior Springs Cline Lloyd kansas ity Clingan, Mary, Sedaha Clutter, Marcia, Independence Cobb, Nora, Archie Coffel John, Independence Cogan Esther Oak Crowe Cogan Vivian, Oak Grote Cole, Daryl St Louis Comens Gary Kansas City , . A 's - ' - i ' ' : ' ' I 9 I . , ' ': ' ' 3 . ' . -: ' : . , , 1 ' 1 - C Q s ' - ' : ' ' 1 ' . ' - -: , M ' . . c . C '. : ' , .3 1 , 1 . ' . - '- . . . ' . I . . , ,ij . 5 ' ' . - 2 l ,I ' 0 .il C' . ' '- ' - of ' 755,64 ' .E .Lg ,, b , V ,Nj . ,., A ,fi Q tk gf: .A . - . . A - . V ! I ' I ' - 9 ' , , , - IN., ,- gg 'f':35EliQzI151: 185 Seniors: Con-Dan Conley, Llndst, Kansas City: Marketing: AMA: Collegiate Band. Conn, Richard. Kaiser. Conner, Brenda, Clinton. Cook, Dehra, Smithton. Cook, Thomas, Windsor: English-Spanish: Spanish Club: Archeology Club. Coon, Dale, Warrenshurg. Cooper, Connie, Sedalin. Cooper, Patsy, Weaubleau. Cooper, Terry, Tipton. Cope, Ronald. Corcoran, Malcolm. Corey, Gordon, Brentwood. Cornett, Sandy, Warrensburg. Couch, Jan, Brookfield. Cox, Paul, Grandview. Cox, Sharon, Moberly. Cox, Stephen, Polo. Cox, Susan, Raytown: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: SNEA: ACE. Cox, Terry, Polo. Crabb, Sharolyn, Kansas City. Crabtree, Joyce, Independence. Craig, John, Independence. Craig, Patrlcla, Norborne: Clothing and Textiles: Alpha Xi Delta. Craig, William, Independence. Crall, Theron, Oak Grove. Craven, Cheryl. Crawford, Karen, Warrcnsburg. Crawford, Michael, Clinton. Crawford, Mitchell, Clinton. Crist, Cathy, Butler: Physical Education: Alpha Gamma Delta: Panhellenic Council: SNEA: ACE: PEM Club: AWS Assembly: College Union Cabinet: College Union Committee: Mulekickers: CMS Dancers: Ski Club. Crawley, Raymond, Brentwood. Culler, Teresa, Lce's Summit. Cummings, Karen, Kansas City: Vocational Home Economics: Colhecon: SNEA. Cundiff, Patricia, Sweet Springs. Cunniff, Maureen, St. Louis. Cunningham. Peggy, independence. Cupp, James, Sugar Creek. Dahma. Deborah, Linn. Daily, Stephen, Cuba. Danley, Linda, Lee's Summit. W Z an in y fx pdf, f wr f fyzff ,M-J., 31.512, ' CQ. 9,151 ,, 1 vw: '-" U L . ,Q yf S! . . L. . AQ-ff' 'Z 3 fgwff ff M55 , f, 'M 0, ,, Jfg, W? 'ff , -T37 4 ',, Q 44. J fa- A ff ., 22 , V wra- eg? u""r ij' . f-, ,L . . fg :.,.t .RA k -, .1 X fit, 'f 1 4 z'l f f if f ff fffg ? f ff ' . ? WW 1 P ff , . , ,.,.,,.,,,,,..,,,,..,., N Z. a f 3, 2 f 21 Z if Seniors: Dau--Doo Daugherty, Linda, Kansas City. Davidson, Patti. Richmond. Davies, John, Independence: Music Education: Ltahonag Orchestra: Choir: Chorus: Phi Mu Alpha. Daxis, Charlotte, Smithton. Davis, Daniel, Eldon. Davis, Deborah, Kansas City. Davis, Doris. Davis, Galen, Warsaw. Davls, Joyce, Sibley. Davis, Larry, Garden City. Davis, Mary, Clinton. Dawson, Linda, Kansas City: English: English Club: Prexy, Club: AWS Assembly: Fitzgerald, Vice Pres., Pres.: College Union Committee: SCIC. Dawson, Linda, Tipton. Dean, Sandra, Warrensburg. Deerberg, Darrell, Clarence, lowa: Criminal Justice Administration: Alpha Phi Sigma: Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Dehart, Judy, Arnold: Social Work: Alpha Phi Delta: SCIC. Dehn, Tommy, Deepwater. Delaney, Barion, Kansas City. Delaney, William. Delgado, Marin, Chicago. Ill.: Elementary Education: ACE: Psi Chi: Modern Dancer's Club. Delisle, Marvel, Kansas City. Dericlt, Darlene, Warrensburg. Deraham, Thomas. Desmond, Gregory, Marshall. DeVrles, Rodney, Pella, Iowa. Dickbreder, William, Warrensburg. Dickey, Billy, Garden City: Accounting: Accounting Club, Vice Pres. Dlckherber, Mary, Wentzville, Dickson, Deborah, Kansas City: Elementary Education: Delta Zeta, Vice Pres.: College Union Committee: Band. Dickson, Kathleen, Clinton. Dieckhoff, Dale, Alma. Diemer, Susan, Overland Park. Kan. Dierking, Deborah, Higginsville. Dlffenderfer, James, Perry: Driver 51 Safety Education: Theta Chi. Dlttmer, Elaine, Concordia: Accounting: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Accounting Club: Honors Program: Taasels. Vive Prnt. Dockery, Martha, Belton: Elementary Education: SNEAZ ACE. Doll, Dallas, Urich. Donnington, Sherry, Lcc's Summit. Donovan, Robert, Chesterfield. Dooley, Jackie, Carrollton. Seniors: Dor-Fai Dorn, Nancy, California. Dotson, Diann, Carrollton. Dover, Carol, Weston. Dowling, Larry, Independence. Downing, Culhy, Holt. Drake, Vir inia, Tipton. Duckworth, Lonny. Dudley, Ruth, Warn.-nsburg. Dulce, Mary, St. Louis: Elementary Education: Dclta Zeta, ACE: Prexy Club: Newman Club: Brigadaires, Pres. Duncan, Pamela, Jefferson City. Duncan, Steven, Chamois. Dunn, Robert, St. Charles. Durham, Donald, Kansas City. Dusheke, Sharon, Jefferson. Dyche, Charles, Kansas City. Dye, Vicki, Lexington. Eaton, Sharon, Liberty: English: Alpha Sigma Tau, Pres.: Panhellenic Council, Treas.: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Panhellcnic Hall, Vice Pres. Ebersold, Janlfer, Union Star: Music: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: CWENS: Choir: Chorus: Music Educators National Conference: Honors Program: One and Only Singers: Tasaels: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Eckhoff, David, Cole Camp. Edwards, Linda, Kansas City. Edwards, Nancy, Hamilton: Vocational Home Economics: Sigma Kappa: SCA Senaatc: AWS Assembly: College Union Cabinet. Edwards., Thomas, Sedalia. Egly, Deanna, Mountain View. Eisinger, Donald, Clinton, Iowa. Ek, Lela, Independence. Eldred, Rosemary, Butler: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta. Ellersleck, Jerry, Jennings. Ellis, Deborah. Ellis, jeremy, Warrensburg. Ellis, Kirk, Harding. Elwell, Dennis, Independence. Engelbrecht, jennifer, Oak Grove: Social Work: Liahona. Eschenbach, Jimmy, Norborne, Eshelman, Janel, Des Moines, Iowa. Eudy, Lawrence, Independence. Evans, Willa, Rogers, Ark. Evcrard, Susan, Kansas City. Fabiani. Donna, Somerdalc. NJ. Fagerstrom, Bunny, Independence. Fair, Lenora. Kansas City: Home Economics: Sigma Gamma Rho. . ' 1 - . r ' ' si: 1. . 'lm f 15:23 . H - ,fax-s '- 1 il, I , ji Q Y ff ' ,s X , :"' X -.L ies? 'Y 'Hr Q4.-4-sf: g ' -1 ?2f'L2iZ6? f '. - 26. t. ,,, a f ,. J: 4,-, ini 4- -. "'fW122Q':5fi:F1cm A-:-1'-.1-. . , .. ' e,,.:,,,,. ., ..,, ,- , e, .ev ,fp Wiz. ' m f 2 jf , 5 ,,,, - Sift, f H sf if A tf, ag 1 ' ig X QW ' 1, N5 ppxlbf "'k WIN VM' s an-1 f X '25 1,,,-f- lil t ffl - '- .-4 'X ,. -.ff V7 ,,-,. "Tr ,..... xt ,J- ...W- ,N "i'M,., N qu: ony, rv W7 .1-so "g""Zv 'Z"27' ...Q 1-5 -: . ......a.. fv x 'UU' 3 3. wggin P: 5 e I . ,Q 5 f . - .26.QZ1.sfgl- I 9 ,fe2.'2fff222 1 'U' ' 4172 ' Azz, w..,,,.,,' ......., 1---+31 79 'V -47 '4 4 .. 2-Ns V S -.j,:gH?, ' - x N 1.-aye 189 Seniors: Fan-F ri FHICU, Kathryn, lndepcndeme. Falls, jay. Fann, Raymond, Farley, Michael, Scdalia. Farr, Deborah. Xi t-stlinr, Farrington, Lirry, St. Louis. Fauhion, Francine, Yokohama, -IUPUI! Psychology: Outing Club. Fender, David, Jamesport. Fenton, vlckls Tipton. Ferguson, Dora. Independence. Ferguson, Kathy, Independence. Fetter, Linda, Lexington. Fields, Paul, Independence. Fiene, David, Alma. Figg, Harold, Hale. Finger, John, Tipton. Finn, Robert, Sugar Creek: Social Studies, SNEAQ Physical Education Club, M Club. Fischer, Barbara, Stover. Fisher, Stephen, Kansas City. Fisher, Susan, Independence. Fletcher, john, Excelsior Springs: Music Education, Band: Music Educators National Conference. Fluharty, Susan, Warrensburg. Fluke, Elaine, Clinton. Fohey, Richard, Hannibal. Fomiss, Clinton, St. Louis. Forniss, Melvia, St. Louis. Foster, James, Wcaubleau. Foster, Martin, Harrisonville. Fowler, Martha, Richmond. Fox, Teresa, Kansas City. Francis, james, Belle. Francis, Keith, Whiteman AFB. Franken, Cherrie, Blue Springs. Franken,, Jacquline, Clarksburg: Elementary Education: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council. Franks, Kathy, Windsor: Marketing Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Sec., Treas., AMA. Frankum, Kenneth, Bogard. Frederick, Victor, Kansas City: Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club, SAM: ABC. Freeman, Colleen, Ladue: Elementary Education: Todd Hall. Vice l"res.g Alpha Xi Delta, Sec. Freeze, Pearl, Independence. Fricderlchs, Carol Ann, Kansas City. K .,. . al-1 Seniors: F ri-Goo Friel, John, Ba1lcn.l'a.: lnduslrial Arts: industrial Arts Club: Physical Education Club: Prcxy Club: Chess Club: AIAA. Friend, Barbara, Kansas City. Fritthie, Duane, Lee's Summit Fritzt-meyer, Sandra, Union: Social Work: Newman Club Social Work Club: Sociology Club: SCIC. Frost, Linda, Carthage. l Fry, Dwight. lyry, Richard, Lce's Summit. Fry, Teresa, lndepenrlence. ulks, Charles, Wnrrensburg. Gabriel, Janice, Bolivar. Gabriel, Stephen, Versailles. Gaines, James, Warrensburg. Gann, Glen, Holden. Gant, Daniel, Otterville: Music Education: Band: Chorus: Phi Mu Apha. Garamlllo, Cathy, Kansas City. Gardner. Raymond. Garrett, Blaine, Sedalia. Garrett, Larry, Olathe. Kan. Geary, Janet, Kansas City: Mathematics: Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice Pres.: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi, Sec.: Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec.: Sigma Zeta, Vice Pres.: AWS Assembly: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities: Tassels: Honors. Gebeleln, Donna, Affton. Gerber. John, Independence. Gerke, Kenneth, Pilot Grove. Germann, Ronald, Bogard. Gholami, Samad, Warrensburg. Ghrist, Alta, Kansas City: Physical Education: Delta Psi Kappa, Sec., Vice Pres.: PEM Club, Vice Pres.: MAHPER: AAHPER. Gibbons, Jean, St. Louis. Gibbons, Suzanne, Slater. Gibbs, Charlotte, Independence. Gibson, Susan, Bunceton. Gieringer, Kenneth, Marshall: Accounting: Accounting Club. Gillroy, Carol, Warrensburg. Gipson, Michael. Glasscock, Glynnes, Newburg. Glenn, Willie, Kansas City. Goekle, Sheila, Higginsville. Godfrey. James, Wurrcnsburg. Goo-ns, Deborah, Kansas City. G0?lZvJ5Yl9l. Kam-as City. Goldsmith, Linda, St. Louis. Gooch, Wanda, Sedalia. Seniors: Goo-Hal G00dP-Hslefq Barbara, Adrian, Goodwin, Michael, Stockton. Gordon, Deanna, Independence. Gore, Helen, Grandsiew, Gorsett, Terrence, Excelsior Springs. Gossage Beverly Raytown Grael Stephen Unch Mustc Educatton Kappa Delta Pt Band Orchestra Choir Chorus MENC Honors Program Graham Ernest Independence Graham, janet Cedar Haptds Iowa Graham, Jerry Independence Gray, Kent, Schenectady N Y Green, Deborah Raytown Green, James Warrensburg Green, Ricky, Osceola Ind Greer, Frances, Sheldon Gregory, Gary, Sedalta Gregory, Sarah Oakland Iowa Grmdstaff, Phlllp, St Louts Grlzzell, Jess, Butler Gross, Franklin, Independence Gubera, James, Kansas Cnty Guenther, Cathy, Versailles Gulla, Rosemarie, Salusbury Gumper, Calvin Hermann Accounting Alpha PhtStgma Accountmg Club AMA Gunn, Ralph Barnett Guss, Merylme Hackett Wllllam Strasburg Hackmann Russell, Llnn Hackney, Carol, Slltcston Haddlck, .loh Monroe La Accounting Gamma Delta Prexy Club Auou nttng Club Pres SAM Hagedorn, Bernard Kansas Cnty Hagedorn Constance hlla Ridge Hagedorn, Mary, Glasgow Atcountmg Phu Bela Lambda Prexy Club Accounting Club Newman Club Fitzgerald Treas College Unlon Cabtnet Set Pres College Umon Commlttee Who s Who Among btudcnls tn Xmertcan Colleges and Universities Student Actlvtttes Board Haggard Gary, Oak Grove Hajney Carol Blue Sprtngs Hale Mxehael Hale, Phillip Independence Hall Getla Kansas Cnty Hallman Pennle kansas Cnty Hallows Jerry Loutslana 1 q . , , ' : ' ' 1 J . Q , ' . ' , . . . , . v - , . . , , . . , : 3 1 Q - , . - l t - l , 4 nt s .5 Z 5 3 " ' Q -2 - v - 1 l 5 1 3 i ' I , .Q , 2. .: 3 f 1 1 1 . , . . u - v - Q 1 V' 1 I I' V It l A Seniors: Ham-Her Ham, John, Lone jack. Hamann, Donna, Eldridge, Iowa. Hansen, Vicki. Raytown: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma. Soc., Trcasg ACE. Harber, Sharon, Sikeston: El:-nlcntu-rp Education: SNEA: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council. Harmon, Colleen, Kansas City: Interior Design, SGA Senate. Harmon, Ronald, Knob Nostcr: Elementary Education: Sigma Pi,Trcas.3 IFCQ CMSC Players. SNEA: College Union Committ- ee, Hand: Orchestra. Harms, David, Higginsville. Harms, Larry, Versailles. Harnelt, Carolyn, Raytown. Harp, Sharon, Blue Springs. Harris, Sally, Mexico. Harshaw, James, Kansas City. Hart, Alvin, Montrose. Hart, Robert, Excelsior Springs. Hartman, Roger, New Market, lowa: Social Studies: SNEA. Hartmann, George, Salisbury. Hartzler, Barbara, Kansas City. Harvatin, Edward, St. Louis. Harvey, jane, Kansas City. Hash, Michael, Warrensburg. Hattey, Brenda, Independence: Speech Pathol0BYZ Sigma Alpha Eta, Pres., Prexy Club, Liahona. Hatz, Carol, Warrensburg. Hawes, Patrick, Kansas City. Hawkins,Bruce, Parkville. Hawkins, Mary, Carrollton: Elementary Education: SNEA, ACE: Chorus. V Hawkins, MIchael,Cincinnati. Ohio. Hayden. Deborah, Crevecaeur, Hayden, Terry, Warrensburg.lHaynes, Joseph, Kansas City. Haynes, Karen, Kansas City. Heck, Beckle, Danville, Ill.: English: Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Pres.: Prexy Club, CEMOST, Heck, Fred, Cambrid- ge, Ill.: Criminal Justice Administration, Alpha Phi Sigma. Pres.: Prexy Club, SGA Senate. Heer, William, Scclalia. Hegg, Kathleen, California: Elementary Education: SNEAQ ACE. Hellmann, Lllllan, Marshall, Hellman, Sheila, Eldridge, Iowa. Helmlg, Bruce, Independence. Hendrix, Janis, independence. Henkel, Terry, St. Charles. Herrmann, Debra, Sedalia, -fr wgef an 4-5. 2" +A -'ta 'N x., 'UA .22 A ,oN Za 5 f 1,- "" 'VS X y i ,tw-vs -fp :hr An., -0.04, .. A 4. V73 4.- ,,,f . ,,.,,, 4, -5f5k':Z.L:r-ff' , ,cuff ., -fp: in ,X ls 'rs-. ' , E ,er 'x ii- ,, lg rr., W f 1 fp., Seniors: Her-Hun Hertleln, Marvin, Washington, Hessel. Fluid, Kearnux- Mathematics: Kappa fllu Epsilon: Sigma Lets. SKI-A. Hllhurn. Jerry, lndepcndentfe. Hlll, Dennis. lligginsiillv: Lrirn-nut .lustire Adminislrationg Alpha Phi Sigma: l.arnlii.la tlpha Epsilon: Campus Veterans. Hlll, Queenlv, Kansas lfllt: Psyvltvlvgyz Psychology chili: ws As-cmlily1l,lXEN5.Sign1a Gamma Rho. Hill, Richard, Blue Springs. Hlll, Thomas. Independent-e. Hllse, David, St. Louis. Hlmes, Donald, Clinton, lllntz, Willis, Kansas City. Hlskey, David, Chillicothe. Hocker, Elaine, Warrensburg. Hoefer, Sharon, Higginsiille. Hoehne, Lon, Sl, Louis. Hofsleller, Wllllam, Tipton. Hogan James, Raytown Hogan, Martln, Sedalla Hogan, Paul, Gladstone Holden John, Blue Springs Holford Richard St Charles Holland, Ginger, Raytown Holwlck Kathy, Independence Physical Education Delta Psi Kappa Pres Dolphins PEW Llub Prexy Club AWS Assembly Yeater Pres Hopkins Carolyn, Des Moines Iowa Hopkins, Charlotte Scdalia Business Edutatlon Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Phl Della Kappa Delta Pi Pi Omega Pi Phu Beta Lambda SNEA Honors Program Hopkins, Katie Kansas Lily Houk Donna Brownlngton Houk Nancy Blalrslown Howe Janice Kansa-i Lily Howell Lonnie, Kansas City Hut-leer David Florissant Industrial Arts Education Phi Sigma Pl Industrial Arts Llub Trcas Honors Program WIIEA AIAA Hudson, Tod Hugheshlerry Independence Hughes Linda Kansas City Hughes Melvin, Kansas Llly Hughes Susanne Knob Noster Huhman, Elaine Tuscumbla Hul-imann, Janice, .lellcrson Lily Hull James, Kansas Citi Hull Janet, lndcpendence Ol'litcAdn1lnl-ttratlon AlphaGarnma Della Sec Pres Alpha Phi Delta Prexy Llub AVQS -tssembli Lollege tnlon Committee LWENS Ski Llub Hunt.Ronn leelon Publtr Relallons Acacia SNEA Publlr Relation Club THE STUDENT Bus llgr I . Senlorsz Hun-J on Hunter, Cleo, Iloldettz Home Economics: Alpha Phi Delta: lxappu Delta Pi: Kappa Omicron Phi. Hunter, Lynna, Kansas Citi: Nursing, Tri-Kaps. Hunter, William, Independence Hussain, Kali, Kansas City. Hutson, Sherry, Peculiar. lhrig, Gail, Kansas City. Inge, Valerie, Webster Groves: Elementary Iidut-atiun: Delta Sigma Theta. Ingels, Mary, Pleasant Hill. Isont, Mary, Carrollton: Elementary Education: Assoc. Childhood Ed. Jackson, Betty, Raytuwn: Independent Womt-n's Assoc.: SNEAQ SCECQ SCIC. Jackson, Christy, Chillicothe. Jackson, Montgomery, St. Louis. Jackson, Twyla, Buckner. Jackson, Vicki, Kansas City. Jackson, Wade, Agana, Guam: Industrial Arts: Industrial Arts Club: Honors Program: MIAA: AIAA. Jackson, William, Independence. Jaequin, Charlotte, Linn. James, Arthur, Independence. Jennings, Mary, Frankford: Accounting: Accounting Club. Jensen, Jacqueline, Kansas City. Jett, Carl, Owenstille. Jewell, Wanda. Johnson, Belinda, Independence. Johnson, Benjamin, Raytown:Political Science: Gamma Theta Upsilon. Johnson, Charlotte. Johnson, Gary, Hardin. Johnson, Janice, Kansas City. Johnson, Lawrence, Kansas City. Johnson, Patricia, Odessa. Johnson, Paul, Garden City. Johnson, Susan, Knob Nostcr. Jolly, Marilyn, Kansas City: Reereationg Delta Sigma Theta. Treas.: Missouri State Recreation Major Society. Jones, Carol, Lablonte. Jones, Gary, Scdalia. Jones, John. Jones, Larry. Odessa. Jones. Nancy, Carrollton. Jones, Patricia, Clinton. Jones, Patriria. Maywood. Jones, Paul, Ltiaa. ...NZ t 1 3 ff ...f - f , X 1' --av I . if 5 4' , f ,.., . ---f f,-'f.9,: ,ff fy . , ! Q ac ' ,f A F11 ff 1 i 3 A , , f 1 ,1 If f ff' :L lege. -, . wif' in 4 , 2? .M 6 ' .' ""'P' "ffl, f V if W f 49 2 it: 14 'K x I Xin' iff!! its Seniors: ,lon-Kou SGA Senate: SGA Executitc Council. Jorgensen. Nlartin Independence. journey, James, Clinton, joy, Ruth, Rayman jurd, Sharon, Kansas City. Kaiser, Lloyd, Almo. Kalwei, Martha, Montrose. Kampschroeder, Kathy, Rosebudg Elementary Educationg SNEA: Assoc. Childhood Ed., MSTA. Kappelman, Gwendolyn, LaMonte. Karg, Gary, New Market, Ia.: Accountingg Accounting Club. Kartye, Gary, Warrensburg: English: SNEAQ English Club, Pres.: Prcxy Clubq CEMOST, Pres.5 Student Academic Council. Kasmerchek, Donald, Independence. Kaya, Brenda, Lecton. Keener, Joel, Marshall. Keeton, Hattie, Lexington. Kell, Richard, Sedalia: Music: Alpha Phi Sigmaq Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Kappa Lambdag Mace 81 Torch, Sec.-Treas.g Prexy Club: College Union Committee: Band: Choirg Chorus: MENC, Prcs.g Honors Programg Phi Mu Alpha. Kelly, Beverly, Kansas City. Kempf, Jerome, Tipton Kennedy, Diana, Warrensburg. Kennedy, Vicki, Rich Hill. Kersten, Mary, Marshall: Special Education: SNEAQ MSTAg Chorus: SCEC, Trcas. Ketchum, Nancy, Calhoun. Kimbrell, Karen, Parkville. Kindred, Gerald, Ferrelview. Kingry, Darale, Neosho. Kiniry, Steven, Kansas City. Kirk, Jan, Higginsville: Sociology? I Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Kirkpatrick, Scott, Kansas City. Kish, Pamela, Blue Springs. Kistner, Stephen, Excelsior Springs. Klausmeier, Carol, Higginsville. Knight, Donna, Kansas City:Commcrrial Art Education: Gamma Delta: Lutheran Student Assembly. Knipp. jack, Tipton. Kock, Chester. Komer, Timothy, St. Joseph. Kopplin, Terry, Warrcnsburg. Kosin, Mary Ann. Kotowicz, Casimir, Centralia. Kounousky, Karen, St. Louis: Art. Jones, Richard. Jordan, Chad, Sibley: Sorlolugy1Prcxy Club' 1 Seniors: ra-Lep Kramer, Carolyn, Wentztille. Kramme. Cwenda, Warrcnahurg. Krause. ,lames, Concordia. Krause, Lavonne, Concordia. Krause-l, Teresa, St. Louis. l l Krlete, Doug, St, Louis. Krueger, Ardls, Independence. Kruse, Stanley, Nnrborne. Kuester, Kenneth, California. Kullman, Realha, Lincoln, Lacy, Mary, St. Charles. Lake, William, Smithville. Lakey, Gary, Raytown. Lammers, Harold, Pilot Grote. Lancaster, John, Strasburg. Lancaster, Vlckl, St. Louis. Landlngham, Dehra, Raytown. Lane, James, Springfield. Lane, Robert Whiteman AFB. Lang, Donald, Boomille. Lang, Eugene, Warrensburg. Langdon, Llnda. Lanham, Kathy, Sl. Joseph. Lapldea, Robert, Kirkwood. Larkin, Patrick, Corder. Larson, Debra, Lec's Summit. Larson, Jon, Ottumus, la. Larson, Llnda, Kansas City. Lavelle, Joseph, Milan. Lawler, Larry, Lowry City: Ind. Arts St Tech. Lawler, Sharon, Eldorado Springs: Home Economics. Lee, Albert, Hong Kong: Theatre: Alpha Phi Omega: CMSC Players: Chinese Student Assoc.: Alpha Mu Gamma, Lee, julia, Rolla. Lee, Patrlrla, Whiteman AFB. Legg, James, Kansas City. Lelmkuehler, Carol, Brunswick: Accounting: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Della: Alpha Phi Sigma, Vice Pres.: Accou- nting Club. Ser.: Band: llonors Program: Taasels. Lenhart, Douglas, Crandxiew. Lenz, David, Bunceton. Leonard, Laura Kansasfjty:SpecthPatl1ology: Firslkice Pres. Alpha Gamma Delta: bigma Klpha Eta: NWS Assembly. First Vice President, Judiriary Counril. Leplquf-, Annette, Sl. Louis. YQ' . Uf f' i25fQ3?JI,ll , 5, ,W , - .4 . . . 1 1- Z vw-g -fm -' 'wx f W y I X Q. Z rv 1 , W ' Lf ,f4"f?Q " 4455 gm on Q , Z W A-13 yv Zn Q! 71, ,Lf fl! f XZ, V xy fff 1 f ,fx 4 1, .1 ,, ,, QQ '27 ..-....,,. ' vm., ...My- tw . .....4 Sh x, 'fr W, . WA ll an-., 'Pa ..-up wr' 717 --if mx. ....7.,,, ,,. ,fav f7"f77 .vw-v f 1 1 Q KJ 197 -.,. Seniors: Les-Lyn Leslie, Richard, lnclepcndenuf. Lotzig, Velmnn, llnrdin Levitt, Terri, Independence. Lew:-llen. Sanrlru, Hulnar Lewis, Judy, Kansas City. Lihliert, Dennis, Hartsburg. Lieher, Candace, St. Louis Linder, Mlfllllelw Sweet Springs. Linder, Susan, Kansas City Lindsey, Gorrlan, Eldorado. Lindatrom, Steven, Kansas City. Link, Walter, Marrelinc Linneman, Sarah, Keytesville. Lintner, Larry, Weston Linville, Laurel, Scdalia. Lirhault, Janet, Jefferson City. Little, Connie, Boswell, India- na. Little, Rohert. Little, Srherry,Raytown. Littlejohn, Gary, Independence. Littleton, Shirley, Bray-mer. Lockhart, Raymond, Independence. Lot-kler, Eleanor, Kansas City-.Logan, Nancy. Logan, Sue, Scdalia. Lohe, Bernita, Higginsvillc. Long, Dennis, Marshall. Long, Christine, Kansas City. Long, Mary, Ccnteriiew. Long, Mirhael, Richland. Long, Robert. Love, Gary, Independence. Lovell. Shiela. Kansas City. Lucas, Linda, Boom ille. Ludwig, Donald. Huron. Michigan. Lunn, James, Scdalia. Lunch, Carol. St. Louis: Textiles and Clothing. Luster, William, Lee's Summit. Lylen, Rlrhard, Sedalia: Music: Band: Phi Xlu Alpha. Lynrh, Pamala. Seniors: Mah-McN Mabry. Janice, lnrlcpcrttlcnve. Madison, Marquerlte, Kansas Citi: l'lusit-al Education: .-tlplta Xi Delta. Maisel, Dale, Kansas Citi. llalone. Michael, Breckenridge. Manners, Michael, lntlcpcntlt-nt-cz History and Political Science: Alpha Phi Sigma: Pi Kappa Delta. Pres.: Prexy Club: Have and Torch, See.-Treats., Pres.: SCA Senutc: Student Supreme Court, Chief Justice: Band: History Club: Who's Who Among Students at American Lnixersities and Colleges. Manning, Drueilla. lk arrcnsburg. Maple, Patricia, Sedalia. Marrunt, Donald, Kansas City. Martln, Harold, Independence. Martin, Harry, Ciandtiew. Martin, John, Rolling Meadows. Martin, Marianne, Kansas City: German: SNEA: Association of Childhood Education: German Club, Vice-Pres. Martin, Michelle, St. Louis. Martin, Nancy, Independence. Marx, Barhara, Kansas City. Masters, Carolyn, Independence. Mathis, Katherine, Kansas City. Matthews, Larry, Ray-town. Manton, Phyllls,Kansas City: English: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta: English Club: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Dormitory Officer, Pres., Nickerson: THE STUDENT. Maxwell, Janis, St. Louis. Mayse, janlce, Marshall. Mazar, Cheryl, St. Louis. McBride, Donald, Humansvillc. MeBroom, Mary. McCambrldge,',Iol1n, Lake Winnebago. McCann, Shana, Lec's Summit. McClain, Jim, Harrisonville. McConchie, Robert, Independence. McConkey, Jeanette, Warrensburg. McCracken, Nancy, Kansas City. McDonald, Timothy, Dubuque, Iowa. McElyea, Glenn, Renick. Mclntlre, Susan, Appleton City. McKee, Vicki, Kidder: Music Education: Band: Chorus: Music Educat0r's National Conference: Sigma Alpha Iota. McKenzie, Velda, Warrcnsburg. McLean, Linda, llichlund: llusiness Education: Business lialnt-ation Club: Religious Life Count-il: Wesley Foundation: l-ft-nmirnimil Center. McMillan, Patrick, Florissant. McMullin, Sharol, Carrollton. McNamara, Donna, Kansas City: Business Iidumttion: -tlphu Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi, tice-pre-.: Phi Beta Lambda: SNEA. McNiece, Connie, Carrollton: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood ntl..-..n0n: ,ws Assembly. -....,. VT' 1-'si r"'b ,A Seniors: Mee- ot Meek, Barry, Mayville. Meek. Randolph, Parkxille: Tau Kappa Epsilon: SGA Senate: Wleltun. Stephen, St. Louis Merrymnn, Patrick, Xoungstoun. Ohio: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade. Merlensmeyer, Joan, Norburnc: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Assurintion fur Childhood Education. Metheny, Georgann, Harrisoniille: Pl Omega Pi, Sigma Tau Delta: Phi Beta Lambda. Meyer. Dennis, Concordia. Meyer, Glen, Kansas City. Michaela, Jane, Kansas City. Middleton, Kathy, Ridgeway: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pres.: Panhellcnic Council, SNEA, Prexy Club. Middleton, Mary, Kansas City. Miller, Janie, l-larrisonville: PEM Club, AAHPER, MAHPER. Miller, Norman, Carrollton. Miller, Ralph. Miller, Robert, Washington. Miller, Ronald, Walton, N.Y.: Acacia, Physical Education Club, M Club, Sports letter-Track. Miller, Ronald. Miller, Ronald, Kansas City, Kansas. Mlller, Ross, Lee's Summit. Mills, Robert, Harrisonville. Mills, Robert. Millsap, Marilyn, Lee's Summit. Mitchell, Arthur, Overland. Mix, Shirley, Maysville. Moehle, David, Macon. Moen, Gerald, Norbonne. Moler, Linda, New Franklin: Gamma Theta Upsilon, Sec., SNEA, Pres.g Prcxy Club. Moore, Judy, Independence. Moore, Karen, Sedalia. Morarlty, Barbara, Cole Camp. Morarlty, Diane, Cole Camp: Alpha Phi Sigrnaz lKHPPf Della Pi. Morehead. Ulldflt Waffenibllftl- M0"5B"' Hurry' M' Ann' Morgan, Cecilia, Oak Grote. Morgan, Tom, Morice, joseph, Utica. N. Y. Morley, Mary, Warrensburg. Morrison, Stephen, Shenandoh. Iowa. Morrlaon. Vickie. Plano, Ill. Mott, Byron, Rockville. l f i : a n i L l l lr l l ll ll ,. li t qu Il ll 1 52 J: I I 2 l 2 w il Seniors: Mou-Ole Moult, Warren, Independence. Mulloy, Chrlstlna, Independence. Mundey. Alan, Butler. Muntzel, David, Pilot Grove. Murphy. Marian, Kirkwood. Murphy, Patrlela. Raytown: English: Kappa Delta Pi, Pres-5 Sigma Tau Delta: STUDENT. Musal, Richard, Bettendorf, Ia. Musick, Jean, Carrollton. Myers, Kevin, Freeman. Nall, Donald, Orrick. Nall, John, Kansas City. Nance, Lynn, Jefferson City. Naylor, Donna, Raytnwn: Elementary Education. Nehring, Roberta, Warrensburg. Nell, Larry, Clinton, Nelmeyer, Ethel, Aurora. Nelson, Mary. Osborn. Neske, M9118 ,lennings.Newhouse, Robert, Kansas City.Nlehols, .lo Anne, Kansas City. Niebruegge, Anita, Owenville. Niederwimmer, Mary, Lohman: Art Education: Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Phi Deltag Honors Program. Ninel, Donna, Kansas City. Nlvens, James, Jamestown. Noland, Allcha, Independence. Noland, Gary, Warsaw. Nolting, Cheryl, Versailles. Nonnemaker, Judith, Kansas City. Nordmeyer, Susan, Glasgow. Norman, Viola, Knob Noster: Art: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pig Prexy Clubg Liahona, Sec., Pres.: Tassels. Norris, Judith, Independence. Novak, Ronald, Haytown. Nuekles, Peggy. Higginsville. Nuzum, Paul, Oltumwa. Ia. 0'Brien, Diane, Raytown. 0'Brien, William, Independence. Oehring, Robert, Rockville. Oettlng, Paul, Higginsiille: Commercial Art. Oglesbee, Daryl, Carrollton. Olendorff, Carol, Kansas City: Physical Eduraliong Alpha Sigma Alphag PEM Club: Prexy Club: Cheerleader. -Aq- -as 45.137 tli ffl cf ww , ..,, .W 5 3 ,j,,?X.f i f'7"""::' ii'-3 '-Z' f 0 . t f - 1 li ,501 ,Z ii". i Nev' '. '- A liz ,w,, 4 1 "" ,.,. .,, X ""'y- W! 7 M-4-ny ....., 1 f Q Seniors: O'Ma-Phi 0'Mara, Patricia, Des Moines, la. O'Menra, Daniel, lxan-an City. Oppenheim, Rita, University City.0'Rourko-, John, ht Louis. Orr, Roger, Garden City. Oster, Dianna, Wellington. O'Toole, Delores, lioltlen. Otle, Jane, Clarinda, Ia.: Recreation: Recreation Majors Society. Outersky, Larry, Richmond. Overkamp. Jane, St. Louis: Recreation: Recreation Majors Society-Pres. Overkamp, Joyce, Hermann. Overton, David, Oak Grove. Owens, Patricia, St. Louis. Palmer, Robert, Wheatland. Pape, Donald, Lee's Summit. Pappas, John, Overland Park, Kan. Park, Rita, Kansas City. Parker, Charles, Mexico. Parks, Kathryn, Gallatin. Parks, Linda, Norliorne: Social Work: Social Work Club. Parks, Patricia, Clinton. Parsons, Diane, Warrensburg. Patlk, Mary, Oskaloosa, Ia. Patterson, Sylvia. Paulsmeyer, Duane, Chamois. Payne, Janet, Carrollton: Art Education: Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Kappa: CWENS: Tassels. Payton, Beverly, Kansas City. Payton, Ronald, Ft. Leonard Wood. Pehr, Nancy, St. Louis: Physical Education: PEM Club: MAAHPER. Perry, Melvln, St. Louis: Music: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Music Educators National Conference: Phi Mu Alpha. Perryn, Roger, Kansas City. Peterman, Jerry. Rh-h Hill. Peters, Virginia, Canton. Peterson, John, Ray more. Petroff, Michael, St. Louis: Industrial Arts and Technology: lndus- trial Arts Club-Sec. Pettet, Alan, Independence. Phillips, Alana, Kearney. Phillips, Elizabeth, Pilot Grove. Phillips, Rod, Chillicothe: Psychology-Public Address: SClC. Phipps, Michael, Belton. Seniors: Pic-Rew Pirkrrll, Jnmic, Rnytow n. Pigg. Connie, Bates City. Pinkerton, Patrick, Kansas City: Public Relations: Public Relations Club, l'rcs.g Prewy Club. Thomas, Pinnell, St. Clair. Pipkin, Michael, Appleton City. Piachel, Mary, Wnrrcnsburg: Social Science: Gamma Theta lwpsilon: SNE.-K: Geographi Club. Pitman, Bruce, Hamilton. Plumherg, Jerome, Kansas City. Poggi, Christine, Whiteman AFB. Pohl, Judy. Posal, Sharon. Warrenslnirg. Polito, Beverly, Independence. Pollard, David, Marshall. Poole, Douglas, Potsdam, New York: Criminal Justiceg Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Proxy Club: Young Republicans: Dormitory Officer, Foster, President: AIS: Campus Veterans. Porter, Arnold, Levittown, Criminal Justic: Lambda Alpha Epsilon, President: M Club: Prexy Club: Student Supreme Cottrtg Varsity Gymnastics. Porter, Lanny, Jamestown. Pottebausm, Herman: Elementary Education: Newman Club. Pottebausm, Cecilia, Herman: Association for Childhood Educaliong Newman Club. Potter, Kay, Kansas City. Potter, Linda, Kansas City. Powells, Karla, St. Louis. Power, Robert, Mexico. Pozin, Glen, Indep. Prather, Janice. Prettyman, Robert, Harrisonville. Prigel, Rebecca, Kingsxillc: Physical Education. Privitt, Patricia, New Franklin: Vocational Home Economics' Kappa Omicron Phi: SNEAg Keeper of thc Archives. Puckett, Janice, Sl. Louis: Rabius, Linda, Mayview. Hagan, Linda, Independence. Rainey, Lee. Ramey, Michael, Kansas City. Ratliff, Gary, Kansas City. Renklau, Jeana, Kansas City. Reinken, Lemay. Reirltud, Paulette, St. Joseph: Public Relations, Sigma Sigma Sigma. lice-Prev-.1 Public llclations Clubg Who'5 Who in National Creek Somrities and Fraternities. Renfro, Julie. Rc-nft, lvlary, Kansas City. Repp, Elizabeth, Napton: Elementary Edut-ation: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pig SNC-N: -te-sm-tation for Childhood Education. Rewoldt, Ruth, Kan-as titty x. ...., .W 'vv-:sv fu-S3 1'-'fav xx vv-as., 'va- --W 'UQ' x 4 ,,-an !' 'YYT3' -.. KT -5' gg, , -ua. pe:- zx. ,.., . :rn ,.... ..-... as ,M -je. Seniors: ey-San Reynolds, James, Odessa. Richards, James. Richardson, Harold, Warrcnsburg. Richardson, Robert. lndepcndenvc Ridall, Clee, York, Penn. Riehold, Robert, Kirkwood. Rillle, Barbara, Warrensburg. Rimel, Charles, Fortuna: English: English Club: Prexy Club: Baptist Student Union: Religious Life Council: THE RHETOR-Associate Editor-Editor: ROTC Drill Team. Rimmer, Kenneth, Raytown. Rinehart, Connie, St. James, Rinne, Charles, Mayview, Ritter, Rose, Monroe City. Rivera, Michael, Florissant. Robbins, Meredith, Trenton. Roberts, David, Marshall. Roberts, Lynn, Webster Groves. Robinson, Phyllis, Kansas City. Robinson, Phyllis, Odessa. Robinson, Robert, Kansas City. Roe, Roy, Mexico. Roethell, Karen, Washington. Rogers, Charles, Mishawaka, Ind. Rohrbach, Roseann, California. Ronsick. Joan, Washington. Roscher, Pamela, Lexington. Rose, Mary, Carrollton: Vocational Home Economics: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omit-run Phi: Colhecon-Vice Pres., Pres.: SNEA: Prexy Club: Band: Collegiate 4-H Club: Tassels-Trees.: WHO'S WHO in American Colleges and Universities. Rotert, Stephen, Kansas City. Roth, David, Ste. Genevieve. Rountree, .loy, Kansas City. Routh, Rosie, Waverly. Rowald, Merrily, St. Louis. Rowe, William, Linn Creek, Rugg, Tracy. Ruhl, David, Sedalia. Russell, Linda, 1Sedalia: Elementary Education: Association for Childhood Education: AWS Assembly. Russell, Vivian, Kansas City: Elementary Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: SNEA: Association lor Childhood Education: AWS Assembly: College Union Committee: Honors Program: Tasscls. Ruth, Lance. Greenwood. Ryan, Rex, Lexasy. Sadieh, Michael, Columbia. Sanders, Timothy, .lelferson City. 1 . Seniors: Sas-Sha Sass, Billy, Emma. Savage, Donna, Kansas City. Savona, John, Kansas City. Saxon, David, Joliet, lll. Scarborough, Dennis. - Schadt, Barbara, St. Louis. Schaffner, Judith, Jefferson City: Elementary Educalionq Alpha Phi Delta: SNEA: Assoc. Childhood Ed.: AWS Assembly: College Union Committee, CWENS1 Tasscls. Schieszer, Kathryn, Knob Noster. Sehippers, Ronald, Low Moor, la. Schliehting, Connie, Wittenberg. Schlomer, Davld, llughesville: Music Educationg Prexy Club: Orchestra: Choir, Chorus, Music Educators National Conlerenceg Phi Mu Alpha: American Guild of Organists, Pres. Schlueter, Homer, Concordia. Schlueter, James, Jefferson City. Schmidt, Russell. Schmiedeler, Stephen, Kansas City. Schneider, Dorothy, Morrison. Schneider, Harold, St. Louis. Schneider, Stephen, Chillicothe. Schnieders, Evelyn, Jefferson City. Schoemig, Barbara, Kansas City: Physical Educationg PEM Club. E . l' I 3 l Schoen, Stephen, Normandy. Schoenthal, Marianne, l Jamestown. Schoff, Kenneth, Independence. Schrader, Q Dennla, Kirkwood. Schulte, Helen, Barnett. Q 3 J l i I l 1 ' Schumacher, Wayne. Cole Camp. Schupmann, Albert, Ellisville. Sehussler, Darlene, Butler. Schuster., Kathryn, l Kansas City. Scott, William, Kansas City. 1 1 l 1 Sears, Melinda, Jefferson City. Seaton, Kathleen, Independence: Theatre, Theta Alpha Phi, Pres.: Prexy Club: X Liahona: SGA Senate. Sebald, Edward, St. Louis, Sebastian, ll Deborah, Kirkwood. Selby, Johnny, Kansas City. Seley, James, Sedalia. Sellers, John, Independence. Sellers, James, Knob Noster. Shadley. l.ut'ile, Greenwood. Shadwick, Britt, Warrensburg. Ii? 'Uh wh Seniors: Sha-Sni Sh3Wi Ronald, Carrollton. Shea, Kathleen. Otu-riillt, Shffley. Sheila. Kansas can. Shelley. ,xnn.f1l. shin.-. William. Shoal. Steven, l.,ee's Summit. Shreve, Karen, lberia: Speech Pathology: Sigma Alpha Eta. Shrout, Peggy, Independent-e. Shulllea Donn, Urich. Slebert, John, Warrensburg. Slegfrled, Janlee, Leetun. Silvers, Robert, Warrensburg. Simmer-mon, Eddy, Holden. Slmon, St-ott, Kirkwood. Simons, Dorothy, Sedalia: Elementary Eduration: SNEA: Assoc. Childhood Ed. Sims, Randall, Kansas City. Sinclair, Marilyn, Independence. Skaggs, John, Union. Skouhy, Kenneth, Marshall: Agriculture-Business: Agriculture Club: SAM. Sluaher, Larry, Odessa. Slusher, Salley, Lexington. Small, Hana-Joachim, Sugar Creek. Small, John, Kirkwood. Small, Sharon, St. Louis. Smardo, Barbara, Kansas City. Smarr, Donna, Warrensburg: Dietetics: Alpha Omicron Pi: Colhecon-Treas. Smlth, Barbara, Shevandoah. lowa. Smllh, Connle, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Smlth, Gregory, Boonville. Smlth, John, Kansas City, Smith, Lonna, Odessa: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Della: SNEA: College Union Committee. Smllh, Roger. Odessa. Smith, Veta, Llemington. Smlth, Wayne, llolden. Smith, Wllllam, Kansas City. Snavely, Joe, Windsor. Snedeger, Ruth, Adrian: Business Education: Pi Omega Pi. Sneed, Danlel, Manchester: Public Relations: Alpha Phi Omega: Sigma Tau Gamma: lnterfrater- nity Council: Public Relations Club: Student Supreme Court: AMA. Snlder, Jean, Springfield. Snlder, Royetta, Richmond: Mathematics: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Bela Beta Beta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa llu Epsil- on: Sigma Zeta: Honors Program, 1 ' i 1 Q i i l l E l ill li it ,, ii, fi. v I v :ii ,ii i Seniors: Sno- Swa Snorgrass, Donald, Tipton. Snyder, Steven, Kirkwood: Nlurkcting: SCX Scnutcg SC-X Executixc Council: Student Supreme Court: -X315 Xsscmlilyg American Marketing etssoi-iatioii-Q Collcgc Liasun Committee: Presidenfs Council. Sommer, Leslie, Topeka, Kan, Soule, David, Kansas City. Spoinhour, Sandra, Letfs Summit: Business Education. l lx l Sparks, Charla, Lu Monte: Elementary Educaton: Assoc. for Childhood Eil,: MS'l'.-L Spears, Joyce, Independence. Spencer, Dehorah, Kansas City, Sputts, Linda, Kansas City: Business Education: Kappa Delta Pi: Accounting Cluh. Squier, Thomas, Charles City. Stafford, Willa, Sneet Springs: Business Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: l'i Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda-Pres.: SNEA: Proxy Club. Slahlman, Thomas, Union. Stallman, Gary, Glasgow. Stark, Dana, Eldon: Vocational Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colheeon: Baptist Student Union. Starke, Karen, Chamois, Statler, Benita, University City: Physical Education. Steenbergen,Clen, Russelvillc. Steffens, Rosalyn, Blackburn. Stegner, Barb, Boonville: Business Education:Pi Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda-Vice Pres.: SMSTA-NEA-Sec.: AWS Assembly: Houts Hosey-Trcas. Stephens, Karen, Warrensburg. Stevener, ludy, St. Louis. Stevens, Rita, Olathe, Kan. Steward, Yvonne, Clinton. Stewart, Harry, Independence. Stiffler, Darrell, Sugar Creek. Stoekman, Mary, Sweet Springs. Stone, Randal, Warrensburg. Strate, Larry, Holden, Stratton, Dan. Striekfaden, Kathryn, California: Accounting: Alpha Phi Delta: Phi Beta Lambda: Accounting Cluh. Stuke, Glenn, California. Suddarth, Marshall. Sullivan, Nancy, Carrollton: Social Work: Social Work Club-Treas. Summers, David, Kansas City, Summers, Francine, Kansas City. Summers, Janet, -Xlma. Summy, Larry, Brookfield: Theatre: Theta Alpha Phi-N irc Pres. and Pres.: CNSC Players-Vice Pres. Sundcrmeyer, Nl., Cedar City. Swank, David, Carrollton. Swanson, Patricia, Camdcnton: AWS Assembly: College Union l.oinmitt0r': lf-Klliance Praiicatse. 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Tebow, Pat Shawnee Mission, Kansas, Terrell, Brenda, Kansas City. Tester, Andrea, Plaltsburg. Thanapisitikul, Thanin, Thailand: Marketing, Alpha Phi Sigma, Honors Program: American Marketing Association. Thiemann, Dean, Warrensburg. Theis, Charles, Union Star. Thomas, Gary, Hughesville. Thomas, George, Odessa. Thompson, Carol, Kearney: Elementary Education, Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA: ACE, AWS Assembly: Fitzgerald, Treas.: Tassels. Thompson, john, Jefferson City. Thompson, Sharon, Bonnols Mill. Toatley, Jeffrey, Darby, Penn. Tobaben, Rodney, Cole Camp. Todd, James, Industrial Arts 8 Technology, Tosser, Ronald, Independence. Trent, Connie, Lee's Summit. Trout, Diana, Sedalia: Social Studies, Alpha Lambda Della, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pig Economics Club. Tuck, Gary, Richmond. Tucker, Lawrence, Cole Camp. Tulipana, George, Rsylown. Turnham, Yale. Independence: Music Eduration, SNEA: Psychology Club, Band: Orchestra: Chorusl NIENCZ Phi Blu Alpha, AGO. Tuttle, Patty, lndependence. Tyndall, Wanda, St. Louis: Social Work, Panhellcnic Coundilz WRA Club: Newman Club: AWS Assembly: SCICQ Signia Gamma Rhf., ABC. Ullery, Dennis, Freeman: Criminal Justice Administration, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Pres., Proxy Club. Unruh, Gary, Kansas City. Valhracht, Wayne, Chillicothe. YanBelJb1-r, Charles, Kansas City. Vance, Peggy, Grandview. Seniors: Van-Whe 1 ' Van Meter, Kay, Odessa. Van Sickle, Debble, Pleasant Hill. . ' Vawter, Elizabeth, Kansas City: Music: Band: Orchestra: ? ' Alpha Xi Delta: Sigma Alpha Iota. Vengas, Ronald, Whiteman E , , AFB. Vltlorlno, Pam Kansas City: Physical Education: PEM l V Club: Houts Honey. Sec.: MAIIPER: AAHPER. Y' lk i 1 ' 1 ' f l ii. 5 5. Ei li ' ? l li . Vogler. Gary, Knob Noster: Biology: Beta Beta Beta. Volmar, 7 I Bonnie, Sl. Louis. Vormwald, Thomas, Ithaca, New York: ,V 5 Accounting: Accounting Club: Newman Club: Social Dance l ' Club: Square Dance Cluh, Ski Club. Wade, Michael, l I Independence. Walt, Gary, Independence. 1 1 2 I yi 5 I ll I A 1 . , ll I 5 l' - . l Walden, David. Walker, Llnda, Independence: Elementary ll l Education: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: Assoc. Childhood Ed.: t ,v History Club. Wallar, Ermalee, Independence.WaIters, I ' lf V Pamela, Gravois Mllls. Walters, Patrlcla, Columbia. 1 il K l gf" . l f A f ,l , X 1 al. l . Q X 1 ' 9 :A , ' Q X t Walz, Dlane, Mooresville. Wanslng, Steven, Vienna. Warner, ill' Marsha, Archie. Warren, Linda, Kansas City. Watklns, l H Deborah, Independence. 4 F 2 l 4 I E" ' 3 vlf . l 1 .l-lt . l X 1 Watt, Mlchael, Warrensburg. Webb, Helen, Mlller. Weber, Jerry, Cedar Hill: Criminal Justice: Alpha Phi Sigma. 1 Webster, Phlllp, Kansas City. Wegeng, Pamela, Warrensburg. , . l 1 1 l . 1 , 1 ' lp Wegmann, Marilyn, St. Louis: Marketing: Delta Zeta. l Wehmeyer, Kenneth, Carrollton: Chemistry: Sigma Zeta: I 2 American Chemical Society, Treas. Wehrle, Nancy, Centerville, '-' Iowa. Weigand, Thomas, Centerview. Welterman, Janet, 1 jx 1 ' Kansas City: Physical Education: PEM Club, Vice Pres. fl . l l I I 1 , X x 1 .I l l ' ' Q! wliwl l l l ' 1 1 7 X W c, .1 , fl l l l ,f l 1 l '1 1' lgfl l 5 l Werneke, Alvin, Wartensburg: Soclal Studies: Kappa Delta Pi. it l 5 i Weasel, Larry, Mora. West, Carolyn. Odessa. West, Karen, fr Z Camdenton. Weston, Joseph, Warrensburg. s- i ' I l , l l I 4 l 1 ' , Wewers, Richard, Kansas City. Whalen, Elaine, Vienna: Social l l Studies: SNEA: Hosey-Ser.: History Club. Whalen, Wllllam, l St, Louis. Wheat, jereld. Wheeler, Harry, Jameson. 1 l ' ' "'X"'T1fZf"f' iii' , -I.. Z. J r I . v 4 e " X s I " :1 T ,4 5.45, , rpm. , 4 fn? " , it , J X , . K ww .f I Mn I I N 'f1'57f.. f :-,, , ' 1 gl ,...'c.y.2,,E5Vf1j ' f--fir :www , ,, 1 f ff f 'W Q- of 42 L.. Berkman, Erwin B 11 , w r. Ma , , GW!! we I 6 , f f jf x fx tw! F4 f f X Jfff f 9 . ... lf-lif rv ,, M V W f t. f X as X ' , ,ffVf,,,A ,iivii X J , V ' 4 ,A , A , , A f .' 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Vzfwqlz-,-,Lr 3 - 1 M- -- 21 l Coo per, Larry Graduates :A Car-F en Carter, Charles Carter, Karen Clark, Charles Clark, Rohert Clay, William Clifton, Larry Cohh, Deborah Cochran, Harry Cole, Brenda Cordard, Linda Cornell, William Corpening, David Coulter, Forrest Cowan, Charla Cox, Brenda Crane, Belly Crawford, Wayne Curry, Lawrence Curtin, Richard Curtis, Linda Daugherity, James Davidson, Mary Davis, Russel Davis, Shadrack Davison, Vemon Dean, .layne A DeArmond, Caroly Denton, Jean Dick, Danny Diehl, Martha Dobson, Larry Dodson, Michael Draheim, Richard Drunert, Mary Dryer, Carolyn Dudley, Danny Dunavant, Nancy Duncan, Robert Eckhoff, Barbara Eckhoff, Larry Edwards, Lizahetl1 Eifcrt, Elaine Evans, John Ervin, Ellen Erwine, Terry Feitz, Dale Fennel, Richard 'l 4' , .W 7 .,f- , f' ,fi 'c' ,.,. N f 4 W wif' X, '1-'g,i:fjj 5 :iffy ff!! ll ? 47155 n 1 .1 ' if' 1 , , 4, ,ff ws, , , It 5 fl! 6 , if f 7 ' ' gf, ...-411 , If ! 1 ,I f 3,1 QV! 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Kenneth Kropp, l-llwrllarxl Kuhllnrm. .lu-rry Lawton, Nunez' Lee, Duvirl Lee, Pulrieia IA-rlllellvr, Don Lewis. .lnmes Linville, Sheila Lloyd, Carol Loflis, James Logan, Naney Lohman, ,lerulcl Loyll, Elizullelh Marpherson, Miehael Manley, David Mullir-oat, Wilma Maloney, Miehm-I Marlin, Anilu Mathis, Palririn McClure, Lueimla Mefiray, ,lohn HrD0nnl1l. Rirhartl Nleilaffin, Chrisline M1-Govern, john Hx-Kamey, Erie HeQu:linQ Connie M1-iss-nheinler, Kenneth I Merruriu, Tony Messinger, Hurry Miller, Sharon Nlilnvr. .lumen Moore, Danny Moore, Lonnie Nloorr, W'illix- Wlurlry. Pulrieia Hurry. Marilyn Num:-lh. Karen Nehring. Duane- Onslol. Gregory Un-rlwy, Glenna .fL:QE:'9:.,.s?e ' I f ',,f-aw.-:W 'f ie,-5,3453 Z1 ' , ef fx' ,' 7' MJ , ,, o gf ' o ".,,-f w --nu, N,-,A ' .., .Q .....,..4.. 3 , . l vw awww X. 3, G? , """ ff?-fa ffi N , ,W ,,o ' 2. Y 4 ,435 ,..f' ,Amt -.rr .,,, W ZW!! ,.,, 'mi' Graduates: Par-Ta Park. Ninrilyn Phurcn. Steph:-n Phillip-r. Terry Puinal, Virgil Polnnv-ky, William- Profflll, Hnhhy Ramlou, Runnld Reid, George Rrknihnh. Ahdulluh Relhemeyvr, Ruhvrl Rice. Ronald Richard, Rowald Rlrharda, Michael Snrhn. Diana Sanders, Eugene Sunni, Louis Snvnge, Edward Srhmldlr, David Srhmldl, Richard Srhooling, Ruth Schroeder, Cynlhln Schuster, .lumen Scoll, Shelhy Shnrkelford. .ludilh Shakespeare, Cheryl Shanks, Rirhard Shepard, Mary Shuler, Dnnnn Shulz. W'nlll-r Shumnle, Janice Slmnmns. .lim Smnllwood. Cnlhy Smllh, Carlin Stark, Denxrr Slnrk. John Slnrr. Dorothy Slnlnn. Dm-nsll Stephens. Ylnrilyn Stewart. Ninrln-he Slrwnrl, Vlrgirilu Slnckmnn, Sanrlru Sturgeon. .lonnlhnn Sturm, Krlillne Sudendorf, Edward Sullim, Phllllp Swnlm, Su-phvn Swank, Rehecru Tnylnr. jimmlc Graduates: Tho-Wrl Thomas, James Todd, Michael Toler, Charlotte Twilling, Thomas Tyson, Judith Valentine, Sue Vaughn, Patricia Vossler, Paul Walrath, Rosemaree Wnlton, Charlene Wang, Ruey Tsai Warfield, Laura Warren, Elizabeth Webb, Rohert Wehrle, Mark We-igand, Betty Welrh, Zane West, Albert Whyte, William Wilde, Edwin Wilford, Danny Williams, Lynn Williams, Mary Wilson, Donila Wilson, John Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Susan Wilson, Thomas Wolf, Martha Wolfakill, Jerry Wrlgh t, Joh n Wright, Linda X . g. wvs. ,N .... t 1 ww.: Q K X X A xg, 'S 5 .i gy- S., -. ,,,f,,, ..,, 1 -sf.--1 W V ,... . .,., ,, , X "ia V " ,:: , ' f H- if ,Wig v, -, ' ' x "ff iff!f"3Kf1'f'f"'7W"Wif?W' ,LW-ff" , ,... . , EE in , , f K - 4 ':5.'s:1gg-zgzga' ga , Q f I t-:,.77:f:-'5-2'-1 , can y ,Q . 2 f i .. A 'YI Mg., ' ' 1 5 fl 4 wa. , -1.-: 2: f W ,fs X f f A 5451413 . '-ea f K ':-1.5 "' if. ' 1 f Q: 'A H ' f zbv. lm-4 1 in 3 ., , .h-A-, -.35 xiaxm ,. x Ugg., y 9 -.. Underclassmen: bb-Ang fi. ,- x, , f, l. ' rs, - 1 4 L .4 W 3 Wx f' 4 .45 7 ,,., fa. Ahlmu, .lanvl Xlnlnoll. lliannu Alvdnllvr. Kulhf-rim Alwr. litlnu Alwrrrunlliir, P. ll. Alningmn. Ylirlm.-I Arkh-3. Diam- Adamf-. Dm-lrorali Adams. K1-ilh Adam-4, K1-nl Adams. Larry Adams, Rug:-r Adamson, Pnlrif-ia Affnllr Affnlu- n. Larry r. Ronald Agnvw, Pnlriria Aharl. Ahull, Craig Lf-in Ahrinpl. Rirhnrd Ailor. Lynn Ainnworlh, Russ:-ll Akvrs, Lillian Altinn, Franklin Allrin. Kc-nm-lh Alhins, Rirhard Alhrighl, Yxvllv All-xnndvr, ,Innr Ali-xnndvr. .losrph Alvxun dvr, Knlhryn Alvxopoulon, Nix-ki Allow, Peggy Allvn, Arlrm- Allen, Barlmrn Allrn, Blaine' Allen, Ernvsl Allen, L4-onard Allen, Lorna All:-n, Mic-hurl Allen, Rodm-3 Allvn, Yi:-kiv Allin, Pnme-lu Allin, Pntririn Allison. Cnhina Allison. Leslie Allison, Slvwn Allison, Shun-n Alprrs, l,indu .. :fb 217 Altvmrye-r. Rohr-rl Amllroslr, llvhornll Amos, Paula Amon, Russvll f, fm ff 1,. .vw . X lwflkl i X J , Amsinge-r, D4-Imrah Anagnos, Mary Anderson, Cnrmon Anderson, Cnrol D. Andvrnon, Carol l.. Andvrson. l-Ilnora Anderson. ,lumvs ' Anderson, Marilyn, Anderson, Pnmf-In Anderson, Roln-rl H Anderson. Rolwrl T Anderson, Roger Anderson, Sharon Anderson. Sherry Anderson, Tm-rr, Andre-w. Sandra Andrrws, Fred And rusejko. John Anglin. Dvhorah nderclassmen: Ang+Bar Angus, Wanda Anslim-, Stvphf-n Apple-hu ry. Kay Arlmgar-tv Duuna' Aroma Are-ns. n. Gloria .l3l'lQ'l Arrnson. Gail lrgotsingcr, ludy Armstrong, Larry Arnnlrl, Daxitl Arnolrl, James Arnold Arnold , .lonalhan , Randall Arnold, Roherl Arslanian, Susan Arth, George' Arthur , llarvvy Arthur, Kon Arwoorl, Joy Asbury, Sandra Ash, Deborah Atkins. Carol Atkins, Diietla Atkinson, Catherine Auer, Carl August August ine, Mary ine, Tarry Avise, William Bahiurh, ,lnhn Baile, Laverne Baer, De-horah Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bainer, Baisvh, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Dolores .lames Linda Mary Terry Catherine .lune Allen Barbara Garry John .luli Kathleen Shirla Timothy William Baldwin. Elizabeth Baldwin, Linda Hales. Paula Ball, Kali Ballenger, Barry Ballou, Balsing Mirhnel er, Glen Banderman, Gloria Banisle Banks, Bannisl Barber, Barln-r, Barber, Barhou Harfoot Bnrgfre r, Yvon ne Christiann er, Frank Cail Sherry Steve r, Marsha , Janet dr, Patricia Hargfrede, Ruth Bargma Barker. Barlow, nn. Brenda Danny Annrttr Barnes, Cuil Barnes. Susan -, f. 3 'ri' A- ,.- Eifiy, ' " Vflfi' 'f K, f 2 H557 C232 "1 , Q, ,, , Eg, f . K! ...,, ,. 2' "" 1 1 B I Q-i7 5?' - ' Q1 ' at ff.. . wr A 3 5' Nm ' 1 ,M!,, f fz' rt . 2, , , iv, O I ,if ' 1 -A ' "f- , if 'VKX KU, ,f-'!"l' V. 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Diane Barton .lerl Bartow Rtchard Barllrum Wllllam Bnaham, Janet Bass Richard Bateman, George Baurom, Duns Bauer Daud Bauer Blchard Bnul r, Shlrlt 3 Bnughman, Maureen Baumgardcn Dennla Baumatark, Diane Baum-ll, Ruth Baysmger, Stew en Bealrd Pamela Beall Sandra Beamer, Larry Beard, Andrew Beard, Nelson Beasley, Garland Beatty, Dr-anne Beauchamp Deborah Beaudom, Naneee Beavers, Susan Bea-htold, Marty Becker, Donna Becker, Kenneth Becker, Sara Beehe, .lamcc Beecroft Kathryn Beekman, Linda B erman. Cheryl Belssenhen, Terr: Bekehrede Marla Belknap, Melame Bellla, Stanley Bender .luhn Benedict, Patrick Benjamin Wllllhlll A ? an .Af ,,.., 219 fs Bcnnul, ,lane Bennett jean Bennett, kalhleen Br-nnell, Vlark Bvnnlex Mark Bergen, Edwin Berger Gerald Bergman fonme Bergman Lama-ner Bergman Reuben Berkst rcslrr 5 R Berrler Dtann Born Bern Bern Bern Boat Belts Bells Barbara Beth Catherine John Donald I mda Tern Beumer, Blla Beward Thumaa Bev er W llllam Bllmbs Robert M fv,-v . A . fy ,lf . if-,.,. 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B , . -- 4 " "L2g'Zff,g1f+ I A Q - 1 ...aryl 1,215-Qtzi 2 . I. ' A 4 ha A w :1 .-Rx 'f fa "iff I - r--is ' "" ' . ,A in - N- A- K- v . X I . I .. . , f ' b 1 , gf, K. . ' N N f 1 I M N V h - . 1 L . ' ' , 1, A , ,,.... ' l 3. X J . nderclassmen Biehel, Cheryl Anne Bit-re, Debra Bieri, Cnrol Blaine, Janice Blank, Terry Blankenship. D. Rlusrhke, Cynthia Bloemke, Daniel Bloom, Richard Blum, james Blumensrhein, Laura Blumer, Kathleen Blundell, james Bly, Randy Boan, Mark Bodenstah, Deborah Boeger, Constance Boehm, Randy Boeschen, Bruee Boggess, Hal Bograr, Diane Bohannon, Donald Bieri, Frances Bill, Seott Bindel, Patricia Bingaman, Rebecca Bise, Randall Bishop, .lones Bishop, Sharon Bittiker, Lynda Black, Gary Black, Howard Black, Lloyd Blackman, .lames Bohon, Marsha Boley, Edger Boley, Michael Bolinger, Joyce Bollmeyer, Linda Bolton, Jaequelyn Bond, .lanice Bonnol, Larry Bonsall, Janet Booker, David Boone, David Booth, Tia Borvherding, Pamela Borders, Roland Borgman, Carol Borgmeyer, Ronald Borum, Ellen Bosch, Michelle Boseherl, Donald Bossaller, Carol Bossaler, Rodney Bossert, Bernard Boswell, Vernon Bouek, Sharon Boulen, Susan Bowen, William Bowers. David Bowers, Deborah Bowers, Diane Bowersox, Michael Bowersox, Patricia Boyce, Leon Boyd, Christina Boyd, Douglas Boydston, Bob Boyle, Evelyn : Bie-Boy 111:25 Vf' ,, ,, fi' " V " ' ' fn 2 I 4! , '75 , , if I , . Q 3 6 V6 2, V: ,ff no l' -1. ,V 7 . , V V,-. fpizry ,. M X H44 VV ,aw-V:V, ,, 7.7 4 Z9 rr? ...B 4 Aff Vf'--, . fre! I phi ,MW ,. V, we WZ 1 'Ati 4.-N s Q , . R 's.s,M J ,.fs. , 1 v ea 4- ' 'll ve W X ix bw S My Q , K ,nw-v x t A 3 AQ lx U , S 4 , L f. ,Vfwiffy V- . I , V2.5 ' ,M-9 - f "" .V , rw: , X 1 ,X ,M ,I , , , ilff. If " f f f ff! If ,Vf7,?ZZy, , t , , H X9 1' t I I riff 'ty 1 v t 7 " T1VaTvV, ' ,, f'fV'i2I:ffV fffVf'f'f'fiV?w12WA V: r f . N , , Qfuf' ,573-V.f-. L965694' 1 I ,JW V4 VMI. A '0'42,:. Www Vw- , : ' .r ' gf: ' f " 5 "1 , f-+V, f ii ,off V 4, ,,., 7 , 2? V 1: ,in 5 --5: Vz t Vf -fl sy. ,f '. 1 ,ff by V N 4? if 7 ,, V' X, V if, ,C 3, ,, ' -' ,,- V V, . 4 5, -,Vf f' ig 220 l Underclassmen: Bo -Buf ,...., T' 'VX . , ,Z .N AM 'tv wi' -21' ., ., -an g isrzgt lq.AA '-M... , .-.M ,.,,,h, ..,.,..,-, -'W .V , ,fi , -,ff W 1 5. X I 'YN ,f ,f fl '2,:3:c:. 22, cf af ,yu N, an fn , cram . 5 !!:,,, 1' , 2 .' ,Q ff If ,V cv Q 2 ff 2 2 A 4 :JWTEW -weasel ' . aff'-f l:f5""W"'2 V . -ff-Est 4. ,Ant we .. f. ,. 'I r ,gig 'N' em Q. 515 i Q wg . .f 3 9 , X -- ,, , ,-+V ,D , ef go 2, N A W, mfg 4 .0 ,, Q .,..,: 2 K I .15 L, MW! Q, 1219 'I-' ,- '55 ,f z . I, -cram.-,: , Boyle, james Brurher. Tony Brarhtt-1-end. Nant-3 Bra:-kman. .Iurlith Bradley. Laura Bradley, Lynda Bradley. Nlelisnu Bradley. Putrieia Bradley, Raymond Bradshaw, Deborah Bradshaw, Linda Brady. Charles Brady, Donald Brammeir. Terry Brandis, William Brandt, Delorez- Brandt, Randall Branson. .lody Brant, Donald Branum, Pulririu Bratten, Clifford Bratlon, Eileen Brengarth, Franels Brennan, Conni Bresnahan, Dennis Bretall, Cynthia Brewster, Vicki Brinker, Gail Britt, Donna Brittain, Patricia Britton, Roger Brizendine, Karen Broekmann, Beheera Brooks, George Brooks, Judy Broughton, William Brown, Ann Brown, Brenda Brown, Denise Brown, Kathy Brown, Nancy Brown, Buy Brown, Stanley Brownfield, Mary Browning, Nladelnn Browning, Sandy Brownnberger. C. l,. Brownahnrger, Y. L. Broylen, Carolyn Bruve, Judith Brumil, Brenda Brumlcy, Michael Brune, Diane Brunc, Phyllis Bruner, Debbie Brunkhorst, Steve Bruno, Larry Bruns. Bieltard Bruton, Sue Bryan. Dehorsh Bryant, ,Iolm Bry ant, Martha Bryant, Ric-ky Buchanan, Kenneth Buehhorn, Barham Burk, Judy Buekler, David Buekman. Ben Buekmnn, Neil Buford, Gary nderclassmen: Bul- Bullnrd, Loring Bullington. Becky Bulyur, Robert' Bunch, Frerl Bunner, Kathleen Burelwtt, Elizabeth Burclitt, Charles 1 1 Burgess, Tamara Burgess, Teresa Burgoyne. Pamela Burke, Nnnry Burke, Tim Burkhallvr, V. L. Burmeiuter, Phill Burmeister, Stn-te Burnett, James Burney, Carin Burns, Dehra Burns, Duke Burns, Patrieia Burton, Linda Burton, Michael Burton, Robert Butler, Ben Butler, Catherine Butner, Deborah Butterfield, .lulie Butterworth, Karen Button, Wayne Butts, Deborah Byrne, Michael Cabanas, Thomas Codigan, Susan Cadwell. .lohn Cafferata, Michael Cagle, Valeria Caine, William Cairer, john Caldwell, Linda Cale, Andrea Calhoun, Lori Call, Gerald Cameron, David Cameron, Patrix-ia Cameron, Richard Campbell, Barbara Camphell, Ruth Campbell, Sally Cannon, Eva Canote, Don Cantrell, Gary Cantrell, .lumen Carder, Gary Carder, Sherry Cardonu, Cynthia Carew, Kathy Carey, Christine Carey, Thomas Carle, Patricia Carleton, Rieharcl Carlson, Carol Carlnon, Karin Carmichael, K, F. Cnrmirhuel, Kathryn Carnnaltan, Patriria Carpenter. Joyce Carpenter. Joyre Carr, Rita Cnrrender, Linrla Carter, Connie HI' FIX 9 lr., --:sa S , , f 4 s 4 5,2 :n:,,,:-,ff f ,L-qsa,-'Ex .A ,,.,, k . ff -, - ,,,f, , M., , ,,, M4 H ,,V. , ,,,., ,, "Ei"v3E'3E2i2?55 g , ,Mt 4 3, fizczzaiig ,.-We zf,f,,:ff-:Qi , ,,? 5 t ti' ' I -s-2:4 ,. M X, ffm: ...Pg meat X Q, ' e SN W t 1 Z R, ,, 1 ji fp X Af i ' A' a ,arf I f xzfw I ..,, Y fm vs. v 1 .7 fl ,Q fi 5:31. Y x :aff-'mf .fy M, ,. 'i' 5,:s.f- - ,gl 'f ' 'V , 45? , ' -4,1 ,7 ,QQ f ff we 4 .-.. ,, W M, g YV lil, 1 1 ' Q Q 'is ,:' 2 'V . ..,. .. . 532'-'iii' C-zif fi? .IP .f x . """ 1 ' , , K gg 1 , Wg 3 4' Lrzgy ' , iv., . 6951 A C. . 1 ,mm-1.',,, , , ' r.ar2fL54" .' 3.1 44 pf,.,7':55fi: , "9 "' gg-sy' '-I - ng-f::-4-:,.1f,1- 1, a as ,yr ' , vfalfzi ws. . 5 My-.. 4, . - ' , M I ' 'C .V "will xl ,f 7 4,2 , ..-, Underclassmen: Car-Col f ,M . A 4 f ef , f Q-' fff I ' 1 ,"-'.-., , 1 .4 ' ' " , , ff " 2' 4, Y 1 ,f f' Z f ' f f A, 1 X . 4 I fj ' ' 'x I 1-M: 12'vQ,f1E2,g5,5g. Q ','f'.',j:f,,'j:g-:z'g, ,135 'ff ...,., M . ,, , X, 6 1 2' S 1 , " ,..'f,5.i.' .MH im Iv: ' 1 -.1 1 GU' , . ' ..Q Z .. !2.,,.,,a.N,,,, 5 fc Q x 4 A yn: EE 1 9 I . ' -f 1 9 f .V --.., 1 , ., 4' J 1? frfrv "Y .t 223 1 f.. f Q C., Carl:-r, Eltnn Carter, Kalllerim Lartn-r, Hara Case. Sandra Catalina. Nlarc Cates. tialxin Cathern. 'llirlmvl Culberson, Ronald Cauthen, .l. Cearly, Curtis C1-4-il. Gr:-gory Collier, Cindy Cr-nntiempu, Marta Chakour, Frederick Chambers, Melody Chambers, Patrick Chandler, Barbara Chandler, Teri Chapman, Carol Charles, Brent Chase, Kay Chastine, Deborah Cheek, Barhara Cheek, Deborah Chiles, Karen Chinnery, Ann Chitsaz, Hassan Chilwood, Scott Chmidling, Becky Chrisman, Dehhie Christmas, Rose Clants, Lynda Clark, Gerald Clark, Karen Clark, Kathryn Clark, Natha Clatt, Donald Claunch, Jimmie Clear, Cathy Cleaver, Larry Clemens, Michelle Clemons, Janet Clemons, Randall Clihurn, Brenda Cliffe, Diana Clifford, Patrick Clime, Audie Clinkimheard, Margie Closson, Denise Cluff, Norma Clutter, Dianna Coatnuy. Ruth Coats, Deborah Cohh, Barbara Cochran, Carol Cochran, Harry Cochran, William Cockrell, Debra Cockrill, Chris Cnc, Fred Coffel, Scheryl Coffey, Dorvla Coffey, Richard Coghum, Katheryne Cohen. Rebecca Cole, Antony Coleman, Daniel Coleman, Eveline Coleman, Nlichail Collier. Ronald Underclassmen Collinn, Palrira Colloberl, Terrie Colxin, Mc-lxin Combs. Jnrkie Comepzys, Dan Comer. Nicholas Comstock. Betty Condon, Debra Connell. Linda Connely, Cathy Conner. Dr-brn Conner, Judy Conner, Melody Conner, Theresa Connors, Patricia Conover, .lamea Conway, William Cook, Donald Cook, Joyce Cook, Peggy Cook, Robert Cookaey, Vicki Coomu, Deborah Cooper, Glen Cooper, Wanda Cooper, Willa Copas, David Copaa, Paula Cope, Jackie Copeland, Georgia Corbett, Joseph Corbin, Cathryn Cordray, Ruth Cornelius, Elaine Cornett, Garry Correa, Christopher Cornewell, Elaine Coston, James Coulter, Kathryn Coumerilh, Mary Coupe, Mike Courtney, Marc-ia Couty, Carol Cove, Pamela Covell, Grarie Cowah, Stanley Cowick, Dennis Cox, Clifford Cox, Kathy Cox, Mary Cox, Robert Cox, Timothy Cox, Virlci Cox, Wilma Coxon, .lohn Crabtree, .lewel Crabtree, Linda Crahan, Mark Craig, Deborah Craig, Rickey Craig, Rita Craig, Thomas Cramer, Charles Cramer. Deborah Cramer, Dwight Cramer. .lane Crane, George Crane, Larry Crass. Mirhael Crawford. Susan : Col-' F3 4 wifi. 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Y ' 1 fiifii 1: ' 2173, , , wzff' Q p 'I ' " 3 y . ,f," ,iff g--.Wi fy :E l A V V ' , , , ,VA .1 ' 4, A- l - Cram ford, Darlrnr 3 , . ,ir ....lr . . ffl ,iiiiifi an " , ,A . ...., Bi 'if' -- " Cmfvfff- m-h-if-f- I i . 1-'fm' W, .,, ' A A- L3 A, tgmrvrti. Linn n ' KV ' ,fi 1 , . Q Tv' ,, , I . 'C jf ' A43 Crawford, llrlinda l az, " Y ' 'Eff-iff: V fi' ' ' 'v . . ' V , J., ' ' 1 - - . - .,-. 1 .. -. ' I 4 1 . ., .1 , - X f- 4 . f. 1 f fl Nl k- 3 . f f 'f . . e if N. . 2 2 YV , . ,gg3,g1,,- ,,g,,p,,, 2 l ,ln 'J f V J J Y ' 1 :43 tl. . , " f ' . il" Crt-n-thaw, Carol 2 Crenshaw, Florcnre l l Crvnshuv, ,lurquulyn I Q Crigger, Wanda l j Cringun, Franrrs l li Criamon, Judy 2 ' I Crist, Gayle l ll ' l l Criat, Mary 2 fu ' Crouch, Robin 2 Crowdrr, Wanda l " , Crowley, David 2 A Crull, Connie l I Crum, Joyce l Crump, Tunnn I 1. Cullen, David 2 U Cummings, Brenda 3 2 Cummings, Ginger 1 i Cummings, Patrick l I Cummins, Gene 2 J Cummins, Sandy 2 , Cummons, Ronald 3 " l l f Cumpton, Carol 1 Cumplon, Marcus 3 Cunning, Linda l Cunningham, K. A. I I Cunningham, Maurice l l Curnutl, Alice 1 Currenre, Kathryn l Curry, Allin-zr 1 'F , Curry, Barry 1 if I Curry, jerry 1 -...J l Curry, Terry I I Curtis, Lisa 2 l Curtis, Micharl 1 I Dahhs, Roherl 2 ' Dahis, Jumvs 1 1 Dnhlc-m, ,lumen l 1 Dailey, .lewel 2 1 Dailey, Rolla-rt l 'Q' Dailey, Thomas 3 K Daley, Mary l 7 Dalzell, Nlike 3 ' Dameron- George l Danforth. Dm-liorah 1 Daniels, Nancy 1 Daniels, Sh:-lly 3 Dnnkvrt, Sherry 2 Dunlvy. Gary 3 Davenport, H. W. i jf Davidson, Bally 3 ff , I , f - Davidson, John 2 ' -' llen 1 l I ,za Dons, A Davis, Cynthia l 'ffiz 'W Davis. Harold 2 . . 'V' ' Davis, Janet 3 ., . Dmis, Krilh I ,f I N 4 i f"' 2' omg. w.-an 1 U I ' "' M I I Dasis. Sonja 1 V 7? ' I' K0 ,C 'C Day, ,Ioan l V ' 77741 i up if Dean Ylarshn I ia ,f 4 Underclassme Dcntlu-rage, Karen DeBard, Dennis Drhull, .lohn D1-cr, Katie Delorcut, Kathryn Dcl'r1-ccv, .lualg D4-frecce, Kenneth Dt-Geronimo. 'l'0ni Deharl, Frunk i Dchuvcn, Brendi Dvhu, Belly r Deke, Tlmnmn Dt-lurocllc, Susan Denham, Dorothy Denny, Eve-rcll Dcppensmilh, .lanice Dt-Shcrlia, Belly Deuhlcr. john Dewey, Thomas Dewitt, Dwight Dey, Gary Dias, Paula Dihlmwi, Frank Dick, Cheryl Dickey, Deborah Dickinson, Carol Diekmann, Ann Dickson, Robert Diet-khoff, Patricia Diehl, Sherri Die-kmnnn, JoAnne Dierking, Angela Dierking, Donna Dierks, Daniel Dillahunty, Donald Dillingham, ,lack Dillon, Ed Dingus, Lyla' Dinkins, Patricia Dinkins, Rohn-rt Dinar-, Carol Dischman, Jennie Disller, Deborah Dilsch, Susan Dixon,'Steven Douk, Dave Donk, Stanley Dobson, Kathleen Dotlda, .lames Duclling, Elaine Doelllng, Ned Doke, Timothy Doll, David Dooley, Karen Dooley, William Doss, Woody Downie, William Downing, Beth Downing, Pamela Dozier, Vicki Drake, Sarah Drehlf, Elninc Drt-ues, David Drexel. Doris Drinkcl, Nancy' Driskell. Charles Drummond. Richard Dryutlule, Donald Duhlurrl, Patrick Duckworth. Karen H2 Dea-Duc 1 . ,n,zHWm .V H4 -- ,If ,. ZX? ..::.f,,,,,f. ,I . 96 da, V "p.2g,2' ' '. js'-,,..t.323.,f 1 ', ,' f'fI5fI 77?-577747 1, Q 'cc fy,-,D V W I 1 X J, y , t""""i' A M 7 W 6 vt Q f f Xf f ig I inf' AW ' ',-' 1' fa-ff, , 1- f,l' ?""","' W , f ., , 9.0 ,'if:"Z,',Z V- 1' f ' WWWWWA V' M ifu, t, If I ,I diff ,',',' ' li' ,,.f 'V ikjfff X W i Z S K5 X 'X if f 0 , KW, fi 'af ff" , , , . Q, ' ' .Wy ,1 , V: ,I ,QV ,ff ff V 5 ,, H? ff 7 ,Ck ,, ., fi -'Z .I an 2 A if f, 5 l i rr ,F Z f , ""4,4ygA, rf, . . , in w 1 1 N ' W4'6 1 X if -few , f ,, l 2- - 'f"?4 , , , xv' , X " ,,..,.,7 'W 'Qc' - 41.41-1cf"' - ., -af 4wW9 Q -gr:-. 13, , X -fy 54' , 1 f ,ff ,Z A 73 aff ,ff , : 1 fi ! f f E f , K V X 1 4, 1 .wmv in 4, Z A 226 52: f - 5, iZWW,,W ,,,, .auv , f f f ,, , f 4' if 4 fm W 2 f , 4,57 7? 1 , 1 ifwf. 273' 745 A W, . ' f.,,f',,,,4f ', f.,-.wav , i 5 ' ff ,, Q , mn 1 rv X, 1 7 f 1 1 977-'J sf 1 f-,fig , Mk. -' , " a5g44g,Q.' 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If f H 5 vt, . lg iw I 4: N ,iii agggg i I f , A 1 Q l 4' -, nf t ,jg , V If ,. , .- f 4 f f X V, g f , yy, Q f Wg,mW ffff 1 W gff 'Kilim .-my ' f f x f f X xx fl M ,-an V , W ff f 1 fff ww My fn X f y AM, nm. pxff fl, ff , X gffmw' X iff KT,-v1".s, 2 ,W ns ,f iffa A 227 15 f Zfffi f 5 va' ue .ff 4, Underclas 'JP f i v gym 4 , Id 4 .. ,dl 'F -nfs Z l l xiii' D' x l ' 4 3, lair W' e smen Dud Dudlcx furolxn Duenkr' D4-nnm Dukl ,Iumf Dull w Jume Dunmun Dm Dunran Sur-anne Dunford 'Nunn unham, Pnlrlma Dunlap Kc nnelh Dunlap Roherl Dunn, Susan Dunning, W llllnm Durham, Dnrc-w Durham Randzl Dushekv Susan Duskln fllnlon ulton, Rulh Dullun Sandra Dun-mek Bob Dvas Lurla D e Beverly e Susan er lundure Dyer Charles Eades William Eakms, Charles arnesl, Suzanne Eason, Georgia Easlep, Roherl Easlln, Anne Eatherlon, G Ealherlon, Reylene Eherlmg, Dianna Eherle, Tnmolhy Ehersold Manln Ebert, Robert Eckerd Dannv Eckelkamp Cars Eckhoff Kalhl en Edde Paula Edmonds, James Edmondson, .leffrev Efferlz Gloria Eggers, Connie Enchholz .lane Exrhman Sharon Eldson, Elsel Eldson, Marlha Emerson Michael Exsenrelch Robert Elserer, Dmghl Elserer, Judy Elam, Lynda Eldredge ,Iannu Eldrldge Nunn Elkins, Nunn Ellerson Anllu Ellmtl Brenda Elllotl John Ellloll Linda Ellmll, Randall Ellloll, Robert Ellls, Dennls Ellis, Dewey Ellis, Tlm Ellis, Randy Dale' Ellis, William Edward Elseman Beserlx ,I Elseman. Sarah Ruth Elsenralh, Dale -Els 3 Z 2 'i 'S 'fl 2 3 1 2 l 2 E i l l 5 l Q 5 K I 5 1 l w 1 1 l S 1 Q L l 1 f i t 1 E nderclassmen: Emi-Fis Emily, lleloren limia. Nancy ling:-lnu-ir. Gary l-Inglehrakv, Halt lipperly, Ronnie lipln-rson, llary lirtlmain. Cynthia l-frhartll. .lanu-fi Hrharcll, Karen lfrirksnn. iloe lirirkson. 'Roger Ernst, Thomas lirsu-ry, Slut-ila lisllelman. Jam' Eskeu, Gail l-fslcew, James lfsnlaeilzadeh, .lnvad Esau-x, Linda Estill, Wanda listratla, ,Inhn Elhridgv, Karen Exans, Ann Evans, Anna Evans, Barry Evans, George Evans, Marilyn Evans, Wilha Everarll, Richard Ewhank, Katherine Ewerl, Gary Ewing, Sandra Fagenslrom, Carol Fahle, David Fairbanks, Stephen Fangmann, Brenda Farmer, Carla Farr, .lamee Farrell, Grace Farrell, Roberta Farris, Kenneth Farris, Ronald Faulkenherry, Diann Fears, Wayne Ferhl, Michael Feiring, Kathleen Felker, Susan Felten, Robert Fendriek, Iris Fennewald, ,luliua Fenwiek, Alan Ferguson, Gail Ferguson, .lost-ph Ferrell, Paul A Ferris, Julia Feuers, Rosanne Fick, Sheryl Fieke, Rhonda Firkel, Connie Fiedler, Slexen Fieldn, Mary Fiene, Connie Fiene, Kay Files. Charles Finn'-her. Gerald Fingland. Judy Finks. Patricia Finlay. Sherwin Finley. Xliehael Finn. Barbara Fischer. Nlaria- F ,.. V. ,,.,- V.,,. Q t-vqfh. . 5 ,I - .N 4 ..: 1-:-as .- 4- ' fr , Q S x.-5, . ,E i -15:5 1:55- -54. 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'if' ly, li, , ,V A 1 U? f f, f Q W 'X 6 1 ,, , 5' Z i K f A 228 ,lp tibi- .v QF, V . H B, . V f W IP" Sr. A Q--W, fit A Jr 1' P' , . ' 4' f f J 2 Underclassmen F15- Fu-rhn r Nb: ryl Fl ht r lmlla lah: r Warn l'l ter umclu l' rll ly e ith rllng finely Flttvrllng Honaltl Hu mlnp, Bruce Flt ming Janat Flatt wr Vlnrgaret Fllnt kngn la Fluppln farm Fltppm Judy Fllppln I ynn Florker he-kt Flor: Florenrr Flutkt Ray Follett Vllrhatl Fondren Dtborah Ponte-not Barbara Foote fyntlna Ford Cheryl Ford Gene Ford Lube For-der Ann Forsythe fharles Forsythe Robert Former ,Iztntl Fowler Betty Foster dl' Foster Kathryn Foster Randy Foth. Mary Fox Deborah Fox, Patrlrla Foxworthy Larolyn Franklin, ,lean Frazier Brenda Frazier, Denise Frederndorff Nora Freeman Constance Freeman James Freeman Ylarc-tn l"ree1u Allen Frenrh Loyd Frerkling. Douglas Frey. Barbara Frey. Larry Fricke Norman Fridt-l Yirlti Frierlberg Paul Frieda-rirhn. Matthew Fries. Karen Friesz. I'atrit-in Frieze. Diana Frittn. Stexen Frost, Phyllis Frueb. Nlnrp Fry. Charlene Furhs. Cary Fuemmeler. Roger Fuller. Joanne Fullerton, Y irki Funk, Barbara Galbraith, Diana Galbrecht. Frank Garber. Diana Garber, Gary Garber. Runclall Garcia. Laura nderclassmen: Car-,Gra Garcia, Patricia Gardner, Jack Gnrrlncr, Str-vc Garnett, Beverly Garnett, Deborah Garrlson,.Linda Gasaen, Linda Gasler, Charles Gaylord, Teddy Geary. William Gee, Thomaa Gcffcrl, Barbara Gentry, Gary Gentry, Kathy Gentry, Norman George, Denise George, .loc Gerke, Larry Gerke, Sharon Germann, Rita Certz, Corothy Giannioa, Stamata Gibbons, Richard Gihson, Bruce Gihson, .lames Gibson, Mary Gibson, Suzanna Giles, Leta Gilkeraon, Donald Gillespie. Janis Gileapie, Julianne Gilespie, William Gillis, Mary Gilmore, Anita Gilslrap, David P. Givan, Gary Glackin, Kathryn Gladden, Donald Glascock, Theresa Glazier, Sally Glover, Debra Gockel, Brenda Goddard, Elizabeth Goering, Roherla J. Goff, Douglas Clayton Goff, N. Gayle Gull, .limmy Wayne Gonzales, Patrick E. Gooch, Darrell M. Good, Timothy R. Good, Virginia L. Goodell, Carol J., Gooden, Warren Goodman, Jennifer Goolaby, Belinda Gooseman, Vickie Gordon, Nedra Gorman, Deborah Gorman, Steve Gorsuch, Roxanne Gose, George Goahom, Linda Goth, Michael Goth, Sharon Gower, Philip Gradinger, .lay Graham, Charolette Graham, ,ludilh Graham, Michael Graham, Sandra Paw ,dxf ff , fi. 5 ' , f' 'W 'FQNv" 1 V . Z .qi 4 g W, , V V ag x A X 5 'S 4 Xkrrx A Q x if fs V , " fm f X 35 'N L' 1 fi j rf,-M : ' few, ,M ,f ,Mm ., ff, zz , , X, ff W 9 1 Underclassmen: Gra-Hal Graim, Dc-hra Crnnl, joel Crm:-a. Carolyn Gray. Carol Cray, Ylvlinaa Gray. Rube-rl Gray. Sandra Gray. Slew-n Cray. Yenila Gr:-vley. Ce-ralrl Grvvn. Carol Urern. Dalr Crwn. Patricia Crvrn, Rvhw-ra Green, Sydnvy Greening, Deborah Creaann, Charles Crvgg, Helhc-nr Gregory. Brvnrla Gregory, Kathryn Grvife. Alirv Crelzingrr, Krisli Criffard. .lumen Griffvy, Cynthia Griffin, Susan Griffilh, Constance Griffith, Jeanne Criffilh, Philip Grigshy, .lumen Criuell, Cynthia Gross, Franklin Gross. .lohn Gross. Mary Grote, Ruth Grole, Wnlllam Grolha, Palrlrla Crosea Darrxl Crm es Vlekl Grumkv, ,Ian Cudcle Michael Cuffev, Claudia C-uffry. .lrnnlfer Guilford Carol Gulnlher, Trudy Cullllckson Karen Gullirkson Lea Cumper, Palrirlu Gunler ,Inhnelle Gunn james Gunn, Lynne Gunnels Fuler Cumev Rohm-rl Culhler, Craig Culzler linda Cwln Danm Halwrslrnh Ylnrlann Hack Daxld Hagan .lanlre Hagedurn Donald Hsgedorn .lm-anne Hager Exelvn Hahn, Danny Halhz-rl, Dehnrah Hale, Harold Hale Kalhlren Hale William Hales ,lanel Hall ,lumen Hall Qusan Hall N :rgmla nderclassmen Hal Has Hall, Zona Huller, Steve Halsne, Thelin Humlnlin, Mary Hamer, Frank Humey. .lanles Hamilton, Cathy Hamilton, Ch sler Hamilton, Cu tis Hamilton, H ry Hamilton, John Hamilton, Larry Hamilton, Roselyn Hammen, Julie Hammond, Alvin Hammond, Daniel Hammond, Sherry Hammontree, George Hancock, Brenda Hand, Glenna Handy, Deborah Hanks, Larry Hanna, Daniel Hannah, Rohert Hannah, Terry Hanne, Susan Hansberry, .lohn Hansen, Cindl Hansen, David Hansen, Mark Hanshaw, Michael Harashe, Lois Harding, Gregory Hargrave, Crista Hargrove, Merlynn Harke, Herman Harkrider, Connie Harlin, Richard Harmon, Catherine Harmon, .lohn Harms, Sandra Harness, Cheryl Harper, Deborah Harper, Judy Harper, Lora Harper, Pamela Harper, Parry Harrington, Janet Harris, Edward Harris, Samra Harris, Virland Harris, Walter l Harrison, Bill Harrison, Jeri Harrison, Nancy Harrod, David Hart, .lames Hart, Rebecca Harler, Mike Hartman, Charles Harlsoek, Deborah Harvey, James Hasch, Douglas Haskell, Richard Hasker, Carol Hass, John Hasaell, Steven L. Hassler, Donna Rae Hauling, Donna Hasty, Robert f ' 11: ' -fw,-arw:'y-M- -, ,..,, , .. . .... g ,, ,. KVM, ..,,,.. .W ..,, V e:11:t1e.-1e:2gg4g- 1 fi .13 I tl 1 . t . ,V . nf., ,, 15 .- Q ' . , j V, I 4 ,nv I 013, 91 -, :Ea a C, Vi " , ,4 A ' l , - ,Q ' Ly! . 'z:1" Y -f e, . 1,-.2 . . ,, ,X Q' ,a gf: Q - ,. 235.22321-ev-. -, 1 l fwf ,., ,A CWQP-5 . . jf of f , 3, 6 mg., gi 4 X if if I QR Q x X x "fb 7. A M W ff!! I , . 1 , ,f HB6 ,MM 'wwf 1152 was ' '12, "IQ, 'A"" I Dx . 233 Underclassmen: Hat-Hoa 3 X' Bu uf R ,fl 11 gl , 1' is ' A -V 1"fsa2'f'ff1 "" "' l of 5-Q -l l 2, 'W,, f Halfield, hheilo Hula Sharon Hauh. Tim Huunrhilrll. Barbara lluvener, Randy Hawkin. Delxhie Hawkins, Mary Hawley, Raymond Haxlon, Charles Hayden, David Hayes, Gary Haynes, David Head, Peggy Healh, Thomas Hcherll-, ,Ioan Heherlie, Lanna Heembrock, Mike Heeren, Cynthia Heggem, Stephen Heirnericka, Mike Hein, Marlene Heller, William Helland, Beverly Hellman, Donna Hellwig, Mickey Helmich, Cheryl Helton, Nancy Helvey, ,lane Heman, Denise Hemeyer, David Henderson, John Henderson, Susan Hendren, Roger Henny, Gary Henry, Adele Hensley, Linda Herberl, David Herich, Michael Herrick, Jane Herring, Michael Herzog, Karen Hess, Hoherl Hesse, Dale Hewell, Paul Heying, Pally Hicks, Christopher Higgins, ,lohn Hileman, Gayle Hilgedirk, Donald Hill, Barbara Hill, Gregory Hill, Linda Hill, Michael Hill, Palricia Hill, Sandra Hill Wanda Hillen, Mike Hilliard, Mary Hillman, Cheryl Himen, Gary Himmelherg. jerry Hinclc, Valerie Hines, Charles Hinshaw, Randall Hisle, Dennis Hisle, Sandra Hitchcock, Cynthia Hlavecck. .lune Honlson. Richard Hualson, Rolverl Underclassmen: Hob-Hum Hobbs, Douglas Hubhs, Phyllis Hob:-Iman. Daniel Hodges, Kathy Hudkins, Allllea Hotlo, Glenda Hoey- .lay Hoffman, .loyre Hoffaetlc, Leon Hografe, Sandra Hulbert, Kevin Hollantlworlh, Lynn Hollenbarh, Donna Holliger, Sandra Holman, Billie Holmes, Mary Holt, Sterling Holton, Leslie Holtzclaw, Teresa Holtzen, Brent Homan. Joyce Hommes, Reberca Hopkins, Helen Hoppe, Patricia Hnppert, Edwin Hopperl, .loseph Hopping, Linda Hopping, Mike Hord, Marcia Hurd, Randal Horn, Chris Hoskins, Robert Houk, Naney Houser, Linda Houston, Deanna Housman, Mark Howard, Gayle Howe, Beverly Howell, Tom Howell, Vicki Howey, Bruce Howison, .leanne Hoyle, Monty Hubbard, Kathryn Hubble, Connie Huher, Tina Huber, William Huckahey, Milton Hudson, Daniel Hudson, Terry Huenefeldl, Linda Huff, Martha Huffendick, Debhie Huffendick, Nancy Huffman, Denise Huffman, Eileen Huffman, Helen Huffman, Sheryl Hughes, Cedric Hughes, Cynthia Hughes, Edward Hughes, Marsha Hughes, Pamela Hughes, Ralph Hulett, Dlana Hull, Carolyn Hummel, Janet Humphrey, Gayle Humphreys, Karen Humphries, Richard .na X. , .. ,,, e Q 1 R W1 1 K X -Y -,-, Q-me :i::fIiZ2i2l 252351 4. -,-f fffih .M 21,5513-'-. 'fy ,' "-v:5,vg,,,"- 4 f va 1 Q a 5 as 9,5 1 S " 'eb' ...W 5 A Q K 50 r 4'f' f? 'W' ' ' .f gg-z-' Q1 4 X if .- :i'225ZE' 5' 'i fx ' f I, I .- 43:,,-,wj . If a , -' 7 , I 311 4 I , X . W, f , .Y 147 ' f V20 W 721' I 'gi W Z mf X s rf-9, fl , ..,?,y?7Z,f f fx f JWXQ fwf 1 ,I of ' X f my ff fi nderclassmen: Hou-J oh 1 ww A ' M45 25 .J N f 'W V 235 ,f fer. if A S' 'af Houl. Rhonda llunl. Pam.-lu llunl. flu lh Hunter. l,uNInnn- Hunu-r, Tv lar-ha Huril. llrhrn llurnl. llarrn-ll llurnl, Xl llursl, YY irhue-I illium lluuton, Tern--n Hula-lnmon. Cay lo- llulwon, Ly nn Hulnon. Ruth llullv. Duximl Hyall, Donna llyrle, Cu lhey lmhoif, Wlirhael lmlall. L4-anna lngliuh. John lngrnm. Forest Ingram, Jark lrf-land, Ronald lrey. Joyre lrwin, David laermnn, Julianne Jack, Barhara Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jnrkson, Jackson, Jac-quin. Jaco, We Jarohs, .l Jamlmr. James James John John Wesley Carolyn ndell udy Donna Jamerson, Carla James, Beverly James, Mary Jandl. K alhleen Jason, Pamela Jave, Mickey Jeffries, Margaret Jeffries, Rirkey Jenkins, Charles Jenkins. Frank Jenkins. .lumen Jvnningl-1, Larry Jennings, Leigh Jennings. Linda Jennings, Ray ma Jenningi. Rliomlu Jensen. Rirk Jenson, Jnnv Jell. Tho man Jewell, P1-ggi Job.-. Danny Johnnon. Alan Johnson. Bnrlvura Johnson. Delvrn Johnson. Diana Johnson. Dougla-I Johnson. lixrell Johnson. James Johnnon. Jana Johnson, Karen Johnson, Karla Johnson. Ylnrllia Johnson. Pamela Johnson. Pulley johnson. Raymond Underclassmen: Joh- Key Johnson, Richard Johnson, Rohm-rla .lnhnaon. Susan Ann .lohnslon, William jones, Brian Jones. Brian, .l0ncs, David Jones, Deborah lanes Debra jones Eslhcr ,ll Jones, .lny .lonex-1, Leannu Jones, Mary Sue .lones, Myla Jones, Peggy jones, Phyllis Jones, Roland Jones, Ronnie Jones, Roy jones, Sheldon Jones, Terry Jordon, Marylin Joyce, James Juhnalic, Gary Julison, Jeannette jumps, Carolyn Jung, Doug Kaiser, Don Kaiser, Devan Kalish, James Kalwei, Marcellus Kamentzky, Sheila Kane, Michael Kappelmann, Gary Kappler. Kay Karsl, .ludilh Kawffman, ,lim Kaumans, Roger Kaye, Pamela Kaya, Roberta Keaclle, Diane Keehler, Lenora Keeney, Merron Keilhly, Marla Keller, Charles Kelley, Maureen Kelly, Barbara Kelly, Kathleen Kelly, Patricia Kelaay, jill Kelsey, Mark Kelso, Sara Kemper, Pamela Kemper, Paula Kempf, David Kempsler, Mary Kendrick, Eater Kendrick, Rochelle Kenepp, Rebecca Kennedy, ,lane Kennedy, Rogene Kenner, Gayle Kennon, Fletcher Kenl, Marty Kerksiek, Deborah Kerncr, Denise Kerr. Emily Kelleman, James Keys, Cynthia Keys, Deborah , .,ff. ,4Z,, f 5 7 M 4? ,- ff X I X 7X 7 Zip QW wif? V , ,rw ,455 sf Underclassmen: e -Kru Keyser. Robert Kidvr-ll. Jimmy Kmy. Rirhurd Kilhy. Cary Kilgore. Nulerio- Kilpatrirk. itewn Kinder, Putti Kintling. Charles Kindred. Linda King, Curulr King. Craig King, Larry King. Odell King. Sum King, Sherry Kingsley, Sunan Kinsella, Keyin Kirby. Dale Kirhy, Linda Kirschman, Teresa Kisner, Richard Kissinger, Dennis Kitchens, Mac-k Kilt, Susan Klan, Dale Klan, Dean Klausmeier, Connie Klauslermeyer, Patty Klebha, Roger Kleffner, Cathie Klein, David Klein, Margaret Klekamp, Yvonne Kleoppel, ,lumen Kleppsaltel, ,loan Klever, Susan Kline, Pamela Klinksiek, Stanley' Kluepel, Penny Knapheide, Steven Knehel, Connie Kneisley. Victor Knight, Roberta Knight, William Knipmeyer, Bonnie Knipp, Beverly Koch, William Koeher, Earl Koehsmeier, Shirley Koehl, Beth Koesllcr. John Koleiny. .lnlil Kolonirk. Patti Koppelmann, G. A. Koprivn, Sandra Koslopolous. Paula Kottwitz. Patsy Kottwitz, Sharon Kozlen, Victoria Kozlen. Wayne Kraft. Donna Kraft. Kuren Kraus, .laekie Kraus. Michael Kraus, Steven Krause. Steven Krerler. Deborah Kroeneke. Vic-ky Kronshage. Sheryl Krueger. Fonda nderclassmen: Kru-e ew Kruger, Gary Krunkel, Mary Kruse, Curtis Kruse, Deborah Kugler, Mark Kullnmn. .ludilll Kumm, Shxrron Kurtz, Gail Kurtz, Terry Kus, .Mane Kusler, Kennhtll Kuttenkuler, Keith Kyle, Rumlel Lahadie, Bill Lafayette, Rosilund Lake, Lynn Lamb, ,luekie Lnmlrelh, Ramona Lammers, Phillip Lumpton, Larry Lana, Mary Lantlers, Phillip Lantles, David Landrum, Rodney Lane, Linda Lang, Marvin Lang, Terry Lange, Martha Langhammer, Beverly Langham, Ronald Langkop, Phyllis Langston, Art Langston, Janice Langslon, William Lanhnm, William Lanning, Jeanine Lansford, Marlene Larew, Philip Larkerhrink, Virki Larkin, Carol Larrick, .ludilh Larson, James Larson, Robert Larson, Steven LaRue, Roberta Latimer, Gloria Lauderhack, Steve Laursen, Douglas Lnuse, Timothy Lavelork, Larry Lavelock, Vickie Lavery, Charles Lawson, David Lawson, Phillip Layton, Cindy Layton, Linda Learh, James Loaehman, Sharon Ledman, Cynthia Lee, Alieia Lee, David Lee. Diane Lee, Shauna Lee, Karen Leimkun-hler, Dian Leonard, Margaret Leonherger. ,lay L1-ako, Gregory Lenlie, Waller Lewis, David A S' WW ' 13-F. M ,V ,mu 'li , .V f, ,t ' f,. Y y 4 ,f I ,V i , , ' t , 15 4, 8,724 4 f fix , ,ivy , A , . ,,,5v "f'l H , fy I -. Q my ii 'F 3, Q. " fr ,. ,,, , ' My I ' 1 I ' , by J A, HL, fn ,- ,ZW ,V,,,,, ,,,, f, ,, .. "QI" V! mf, .,,, ! ,, ,135 , ,Q ' I 'D f' 4 ,427 If 6 , ,J f if X ' X l A 238 viyffyz H ffvmffcf 541, V, ,, 7 fff"' W Qliiiyii " Q' N KJV' 9 4, ., y, , fff f ff Z , ' ,Lf 4 1 'ff 'Q l 7 ,,-t, fr fx' M: M, rarsl , r 4 ,f ,M - ' ff gi., efwlfa- Ti., ' - wfffi , 1: ff H21 7' 52:2 ff , ' " - " Y If AZ X, 4 'f f gl , Q1 K, Q! , sf' L ,,. 1,. ,. . 1,1-4, -rv 9135? ,Hu A' I nderclassmen: Lew-M ad , 'fwff ,,-Q., M., '-"W, y ' W I? Z km ,--11 , Qt lf , ' ' 5 15. :3,,m-fa, -35" V, . ,.,. 1 if I 'T r J Q X, X' gif' L, .,-. -, ,..g1g-QL, - 1 , L V. ,qi I y , ,aa ,,,., . ,,,, ., I ,- I ' A 1' " J, Jw i N 7' , H QQ, I by , , , , , of f Q .lf mi f 1' 7 1 f 4 'jj 1 ,.-1 Z fff . . . .xv f Q wi V ' ' ff f,,- ww . ..,, , ,W ,, z:-vi.-ff,-.i,.:.:f4 -. ,- ., 2:1-V:-,fs q.3g:,::Q1j..'255gvf-:'W' 255222251 5:-152121125114 ' Y, :..g'::,: 'III ,sg ,,w:1.',, Q f , 1 2 'L-'Y G ...o Y , Q, Levis. Gail Ltfwih. Jamm- Lv-iw, ,lumin- ff 'sf' It ,ex rbi Lewin. Limlu Lewis, Terri Licklidz-r, Kay Lierman, Terry Liggins, Jeanette Light, Robin Limhaclc. Slew: Limhack, Steven Lindeman, Curtis Lindsey, Robert Lindstrnm, Donna Link, Douglas Linneman, Susan Linville, Brenda Linville, Lana Linville, Marilyn Litton, Reva Lobdell, Kevin Lochhead, Steven Lock, Elalne Lorkard. Charlene Lockland, David Lodwick, Deborah Loges, Paul Lohe, Elizabeth Lohnnes, ,lean Long, Barbara Long, Cynthia Lung, Deborah Long, LONE, Long, Long, Donald Doug Linda Richard Lopez, Edward Lopez, Ignacio Lopez, .lose Lotrirlge, .layne Lovan, Teresa Love, Donna t w Q V-.-...M ' f 'M 4 r'-ww' C2 4-43-. 239 Lovelace, Richard Lovers-amp, Carolyn Lovinger, Burl Lowe, Craig Lowe, Gary Lowry, David Loyd, Brun- Lueas. Carolyn Lucas, Lynn Lucas, Reann Luehrs, Carolyn Luehrs, Larry Lujln, Ronald Lukosiua. Patricia Lumar, Terry Lunnon, Ed Lunnon, Gregory Lycan, Vinson Lynde. Nancy Lyons, David Lyons, Debora Lyons, Thomas MacDonald. Gregory MacDonald, Joseph Mace, Cynthia Mark, Cynthia MacKay, William Madding, Jane Underclassmen: ad-M'cC Maddox, Cary , Mullen, Douglas 2 Madison, Mary 3 ",' , nf , I ' Mage-r, Dennis 2 I 1' -1Y'L- 1, Magley, Cynthia- 1 an-,-,. M ah n ken, Brenda l Mahnkvn, Steven 2 ' L , . ' .4"",.1,.: ' , ' .e"' Maisak, Judith l 2 ' K dulkl 4 ,ixvv .,:., 1 Mallory, Cynthia fl 2 A :,g- jil l, by Maness, Linda 1 W 5 4 '31 :" "7,2' 3 A' Manley, ,Iam-t l ",""A"" ' "" I " I Manley' Linda 2 , ,,.,, . ,.,..l Mann, Kenneth 1 ii,-i k ,:' --::- 1 -33:35, M"""""" G"'n""'Yn 2 l , l r r l A ,,', :g.1 ,,.,-:,- 1 :-- Y- I .1 P' Manton, Susan I Mapes, Russell 1 1 t V Maring, Stanley 1 N Markle, Nancy 2 ' , 15 Markway, Donna 1 It Marlow, Thomas 2 f H Marquardt, John 1 I , Marsh, Larry 2 Marsh, Leslie l Marshall, Gail 1 Marten, Steven 2 Martens, Carol 1 Marti, Mary 1 Martin, Deborah 2 Martin, Eldon 1 Martin, julia 2 Martin, Kathy 2 Martin, Mary 2 Martin, Mary 2 Martin, Roxy 1 Martin, Sharon 2 Martz, Samia 2 Marxkors, Marianne 2 Mason, Roger l Masoner, Charles 2 Masoner, Linda 1 Massenburg, Delores 1 Massey, Elizabeth 3 Mast, Deborah 1 Masterson, Mary 3 Mathews, Pamela 1 Matney, Mark 3 Malrow, John I Maxwell, Kathy 1 Maxwell, Lisa 2 May, Connie 3 Maycock, Charles , 3 Mayes, Susan V 1 McAfee, James l McAlpln, Kenneth 1 McArther, John l 735 4 Q 2 a Mayden, Pamela 1 351 - , -r f F Mc-Bride, Carroll l McBride, Constance 3 HWY: Mm-Bride, Deborah 2 I Mt-Bride, Mickie 2 2 McCabe, Carol ...mf M4-Calmon, Gayla 1 52if'1l'fif'Lx2'z"'''QI -. "f?'25Esis2f Mrffuntlless, David " ' " ' 1 ,,,. , .,,,, 92' V. fx 'S' is f 1 W gf 1 A- " x 'Q , .f 2.31-,,,,,, 151. .1552 ,C ev5::.3:, ..j,,,.,,f ff .,,,,, f 4 1 Mc-Carthy, Terryll 1 McCarty, Gayle 3 McCarty, Terry 2 McCauley, Barbara 3 wi np McClain, Charles 3 ---,,- McClean. Clara l H4-Clendon, Deborah l ' ya s C as 2 eaaa ' 2? aa C seat' ??z?Eii13i1 i'ii ,gb .,,, ,. , A,'A, 240 W vm 4... .-Y w ew 'I' fy xy ff, ffl, f 'uf ITM 12 --we NG Nm 'Q nderclassmen MCC Xlrclnurl lu nnnlh Ylrf loud lln in Ylr lurr Ynrnun W r onnlll Wars .4 X rf xml Yllrlm: 0 ornmrk l nlrn la Y 1' ormfuk llolrrrl Ylffln Kalhx NlrLm Ixnmlora muh g . Nl:-I uhlxm Bath llc-I udrls Wlnrgurel Wifi ullough ,Iowe Nh-Dnnu I Wlu In I1 WlrDnnwl Sheri Ylrnulll Linda "'- Nl:-Donald Msn Wh-Donald V nlllam ll:-Uowl II ,lolln Url- Ihanz s Harhura N1c'Flxaln Be:-kx Ylrrlxuln Ylllurlx llcFadd1-n Keun Nlfbrl' .Inna Ylrllerhnn Yhrhael "" Nh-Call Barbara YlfCllIf-xrw Dmhurah VlcGrnlh Yllrhael McGuire, Mark Mclnleer Lorna Mclntlre, ,lanlee McKee Chrxsue McKee, Roger McKelvy Susan McLaughlin, .lumen McMillan Ken McMullen, Kathy A fb, McNaxr, Ralph McNamara josephme MQ-Narxe. Janet WlcNelly Gary Mc uade, Barbara ffm Mvliay, Deborah Mclloherls Ronda an xg, Vlears Claudrlle Wlechlln, Palrlcla -"'Jq Medley, Ylarlha Medley Rlchnrd Memeka Larry Wlemls, Sherry Wlelahn Plullp Wlellon, Han Mellon Rlckev Mensa, David Ylerchanl Barbara Wereness Vlarw 'llerrlman .lan 114-rnfneld John Merlell Hike Merlensmexer D L Wlerlensmewer .lohn Nlerlensmever Melscher, Rodncx Yleurer, Larrv -p. GW Weuth, Stephanie Wlelr ax, Shirley Never, Bernice Wlexer Chrlsune Wiener, James Wllck, Calln 241 ,WIC 2 l l l l 2 2 2 ' nderclassmen lliclu-lmn, Tern Min-lk:-, Connie' Nlilun, Dt-nnis Ylilcs, Rltonclu llilcy. Kurvn Millcr, Knlhony llillvr, Clyde' Millcr, Daniel Miller. Ds-lmrall ,llilln-r, l'Imilm-j Miller. june! Miller, l.nrry Miller, Mnrk Millcr. Martin Millcr, Mirlun-l Miller, Ynncy Millvr, Pamela D. Miller, Pamela Sun' Miller, Penny Miller, Rs-hecca Miller, Russell Miller, William Millikan, Slewn Mills, Kay Mills. Michael Millsap, Rchecca Ming. Rita Mings, Marvin Minor, Marcia Mislele, Wilfred Mitchel, Dale Mitchell, Christopher Mitchell, Georganne Mitchell, Robert Mitchell, Steve Mitchell, Vicky Mitten, Lannn Molrley, Brenda Mohley, Carol Moeller, Joyce Muler, Bruce Monk, Waller Monroe, Marsha Montgomery, Dclmrah Moody, Ruth Moon, Gayla Moore, Carolyn Moore, Gary Moore, Lee Moore, Mary Moore, Nancy Moore, Richard Moore, Stephen Morehead, ,lohn Moretine, Dennis Morgan, Claudia Morlan, Michacl Morris, Rugcr Morrison, Churyl Morrison. .lumen Morrow , Yi-lliv Morrow , Wiillinm Morse, Gcorginn Nlur-tluin, Mary Nlo-hy. M ullcr Nlofaelmr. Luth 1-rim Nlo-Ivy. lforrvul tlm-. ll:-horuh Mull. Hllciln Ylolt. Fhrrlvns- : lc- ot :ZW 'Z , 1 f "' ' 4 -fm ' f , , ,f : 5 , f W f V .. v 1 ff f ,rv ,Mu ,,--A .., ff ' Af- X f f . , 1 f if i ff af 4, , f f ,, 5? ,, ' ff' -f,ff,.v MWQ, -. ., fy , ,f,,y,4.,,.,..w.f , we 9 ' ' , ffa 1 f f I , X 4 ,f , ff , w.""wc:f, ,- ff 1 ,. f f ,iv 5 V! . . i f , . fe ' ,., A ., , f I ..,.,.,., ,.,-,.,,.,.-. . , .,, .,... f., Underclassmen: Mou i X gif af R , , y 44 , 'fff' , ,,,, Lf ,f Y 12: 1 " ,- -.. jg, gg:-, f,, U: ,.: nf- : M.. Z, "vow 1 "Lg" , fy A, -aw, ,,,,, I W If 'W-.W ,A ' l' pf I 1 bfi' y . 'H 4 ...,, , A, l , '2 'I fflat' ' - ' ff , 1 r, 'vii , ' R 11 , X Wy V ' 243 i y , . QQ KW Q W' lx! If ' , I v., .f .,,,. P., mf. .,.,. agff.-3, -:", 1 1 ,f gf Wx -1 5 , ,, 1, l 1 a -, Mountjoy. lhomar- Nlozlt-y. Tlmmu- Nludn. lxuthn-rim' Hui-Ile-. Niary Mueller. Cheryl Mueller. Kathleen Muvasipz. Nlark Nlulford. Rnherl Mullen, Ruin-rl Mullina, Matthew Muluhill, Teresa Mummt-rl. Phillip Mumper, Barbara Munslerman. Bill Munalerman. Cury Murdock, Deborah Murphy, john Murphy, Katherine Murphy, Robert Murphy, Sandra Murray, Denice Murray, Douglan Murrell, Regina Murry, Sheila Musacchio, Mark Myers, Anthony Myers, .lanire Myers, .lerry Myers, Wayne Mynatl, .lohn Mynatl, Pamela Nail, David Nanneman, Marcella Naumann, Mary Naumann, Theresa Nauss, Richard Navo, Alan Neiswanger, Kathy Nelson, Jeannie Nelson, Mary Nentwig, Rehecea Neske, Ronald Nesllerode, Effie Neuenachwander. S. G. Neuner. .lanice Nevels, Kathy Newherry, Cecil Newell, Darrell Newman, Evelyn Newman, Gail Newman. Janivv Newsun, Belly Newton, Angela-f Newlon, Robert Nicholas, Rirky Nichols, Alive Nichols, Bruce Nichols, Dehorah Nickell, Debbie Niekell. Glenda Nicodemus. Carol Niemann, Paul Nienaher, Pamela Nienhueaer, Lois Nirsehl, Alice Nixon. Stephen Njegotan. Ginvla Noellce. .lerrilyn Noethsleine. Fred Nolling, Donna -1 ol ,. I Underclassmen Noonan, Karen Norliury, John Norlleet. Patricia Norman, Frances Norris, .inn Norris, Vernon Northern, Vanessa Norvell, Margo Novak, Suzanne Nugen, Cherle Nylnerg. Susan Olverschulte, .lunlce Olrriant, Marvin O'Brien, Dmld O'Cannor, Karen O'Cunnor, Sheila Odehnal, Peggy 0'DelI, Rita Odor, Clark Oesch, Michael Officer, Michael Ogar, Karen Ohlrick, Gloria O'Kelly, Keith Olivarez, John O'Neill, Elizabeth Opfer, Gregory O'Rourke, Ducann O'Rourke, Timothy Ortmeyer, Catherine Oshurn, Terri Oslrourne, .lames Ostlund, Mindy Oswald, Carol Oswald, Kathy Oswald, Patricia Oswald, Sarah O'Toole, Patricia Otlinger, Susan Otto, Terri Overly, Rhea Overman, john Owen, Keith Owen, Patricia Owen, Stephen Owens, Kenneth Owens, Paul Ozholt, Ronald Pachter, Maurine Page, Betsy Page, Kenneth Paige, Christopher Painter, Maurice Pallelte, Larry Palmer, James Palmer, John Palmer, Sandra Parker, Barhara Parker, J0lll'l Parker, john Parker. Phillip Parker, llnllerl Parker, Sully Parker, Sally Parks, Alan Furman. .lean Farm:-ter. 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' :llfifzl V :1 , 244 2e?s1::::z:,111-Y' 1 - f.x11ff.1.s:.,--,- 1 517' " f ' it -me O , X Y f if V f , ,ia ,fp .4 f I I 2- 1, 'Vigil 454 , ff wi. f ,E nj' ip 4 4 ' f 4 f ll l P ,teee - I N li S X P i X? .-'il - X N ...T x . S 1 pdf f f 6 1 'K sf- P--fx ii' , ffiamf f1,,,g,g-fy-W P ' f X X M , 1 f .WW , ,i 1 , 5 I 1 A U ' 475, V. 'wx X7 KM f , ,f X mp g' if I ff ,4 ft' n' f , 5 1 1. ,,-Txrvxfx , f 9 Q! f I , ,P , , .yy ,, 5 I W ' ,la f f "Wai 1, 111 -1 ,A .A , ,, , -1, 2 M. df' ug ' IQ, A ..4-nw--..,.,..,,,f nderclassmen: Pat-Pos J" ' x 2.W3,, 1,1 I ,,, ,V , ff, ffrf' ff -, ' . - L ,,, , U. fa VVVA A xg 1' 0, rl 'Un 3115 4: l f , 1 7 14 ff f 1 ' 1 if " N 2.2:-wzf fav, v I i ,L i 'fi,,, f Q ' 'QQ x gh, f l, ,-,yr jg. x 4 V . 1 I W' un "W X f fr 14 . ,L P ix I ' , A . , ff? , f J I 1 - 4 . L, K ,, ,rw 4 ,-, If ' 1. ' 'T f W fy 'wtf M Q ff f I fr 7 Vx , ffm L21 . f I Y 5 -., mf, 92 , f, , ff W " V ' '. It " ',,:fga,z5f'f ff -gfzf-72 ZQ'f,'lf"f7'f7? 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Nnnry Pinzino, Nlnry Piper, Sllvyl Pirllv. .ludy Pilmun. Yann' Pills. Earl Pills, Ronulrl Place, Melody Plnssmvyvr, Dvnin Plall, Dmifl Plnllner. Daiicl Por. Delrlriv Pohl, l.ia-u Poisnl, Jmm-1 Pollard, Junw! Pollard, Knllq Polnnrk, llilrlu Punting, Timothy Poorv. llrurlli-5 Porler. .luhn Pnrlvr, llurlliu Porn-r, Pulriria Porlrrfie-lcl, l'.vllj Pod. Bi-alricv Pm-lupurk. lulvrin- nderclassmen: Pot-Rho Potter. .lnmes Poultvr, tiundirt' Pom-ll. Claudia Powell, Donna Powell. Nlarilyn Power, Victor Powers, .lnseph Powt-rs, Kathlt-ed Prather, Patricia. Pratt, Lorraine Y Precht, Yancy Pri-mer. Wendy Preston. Rebecca Price, Pt-ggy Pritchard. Jacque Prives, Christine Proffitt, Richard Provanre, Roger Pryor. Renee Pryor, Thomas Puckett, Phyllis Pugh, Clyde Pull:-y, ,ludy Purvis, Patricia Quammen. .lane Quick., janet Quinlan, W'nrren Quinn, William Rahius, Donna Racunas, Thomas Rader, Sandra Ragan, Denise Rages, David Ragland, Nancy Ragland, Reginald Ragon, james Ralston, Jackie Ralston, Linda Ramey, Richard Ramsey, Gerald Randolph, Cathy Randolph, Houston Rapp, Paul Rarris, Linda Rasse, Marilyn Rath, James Rnthmann, Richard Ratliff, Pat Rau, Gerald Rawlins, Brenda Reach, Bruce Reach, Nicholus Reams, Martha Reams, Ruth Reardon, Karen Reavis, Florence Rc-del, Dianne Reed, .lerry Reed, Kathleen Reed, Harm-lla Rehkop,'Dorothy Reid, Quinita Reineke, Michael Reinhard, Thomas Rcneau, Mary Reynolda, Dennis Reynolds, Sharon Reynolds. Terry Rl1uatls.,lans-l Rhuuds, .lude .mf . , . fr, :cf '.,-, rufcrwfv My I 1 .-7 f fm- :Vx 4-3 ,- J ?. ?":"'7.1:"' ,ifgfq fmfff 'Q !,i:':f'f.. f "Pi ,,1,a,' . -as -'iii' 'ii n , I f Z f f 3 f f if Q 5. 2. 1,1 1' fx ,ff 961 L, Q . 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I nderclassmen: Ric Riva. Nllrhuel Richardson. P, X. Rich:-rson. Rob:-rl Ri:-hi-y. hhurnn Riddle. Clwryl Riddle-. Jnnire Ridgeway. Rnbcrl Ricks, Linda Ries, Carol Rieslerer. June! Rivtbrock, Carol Rife, Richard Riffiv. Roger Rigginn, Ewa Riley, Nancy Riley, Rickey Riley, Theron Rinehard, Mike Ringer, Paula Rippelo, ,Iam-I Risher. Roherl Risley, Denise Rittenhouse, Dennis Riuer, Marcia Roach, Deborah Roach, Larry Robbins, james Roberson, Vicky Roberts, Charles Roberts, Debra Roberts, Karen Robertson, David Rohinell, Susan Robinson, .lim Robinson, Kenneth Robinson, Marsha Robinson. Wann Rode, James Rodgers, Lynn Roger, Roy Rogers, Annie Rogers, Deborah Rogers, Larry Rogers, Lu-Ann Rogers, Rilchle Rollins, Susan Rooney, Jeanne Rosanbalm, JoAnne Roscher, Cheryl Rose, John Rose, Russell Rosenburr, Angela Roseman. Eldon Roseman. Lindn Rosewell, Carol Ross, James Rosl. Cynthia Rolcrl. Annflle Roth. .lanel Roush, 'Nunn-3 Runrk. Joyce Ruckman. .lo Rudneill. Marilyn Rudolph. Rellh Rudroif. Rnren Ruebpohl. Mary Ruc-ler. Gloria Ruellgrrs. la. -K. Rugglrs. Daniel Ruhl. Kalhy Underclassmen Ruprevht, Deborah Russell, Kay Ann Russell, Sandra Ryan, Kevin Ryhery, Rick l Saddler, Roy Sadler, Dehorah Salemie, Bernard i Saling, .lane ii Saling, Mary Sallee, Ancil Sallee, David Sallec, Cary Salmon, Samples, Samson, Sanders, Sanders, Sanders, David Gregory Anthony Christine Leona Steven Sappington, David Sarver, Susan Sauhle, Michael Saunders, Bnrhara Savage, Nancy Savitske, Scott Sawyer, Michael Scarff, Marcia Schafermeyer, Ken : Rup-Sch 7 'r . A .Mg f-2-:ff,f2f4! ff' 4' 3.3! wp, cf. r f a M f ' f ?f r gy,-5 ' wt: f . 1 ',,'V Q fl .j. ' ,V Q1 X , ,1 N 5 I jf ff Q 4 A 1 M , 6, f fb- W We 9 ,f f 1 I f V L ay I N If fu f s i , wa2.ip..:ft ff.:iQ 'ff 1 , , 5 V 1' 'f 'f , f f xxx 1 iff? 'ff X X X f 0 Z ff f K6 'Hi ,,., Wa X Schaller David ax Srheldl, Carol Scheperle Darrel Scheperle, Susan Schlldrolh Lynn Schlllv, Duane Schler, Charles 1-dw V' ,Mya 1, ff! 1 1? f ff ff jf nw -Mr UJUJ '36 EE :C '52 eu -gn Dv.. in E rn Schmid, Schmidt Schmitt, Schmitz Schmllz Lmda Beverly Deborah Cecelia James Schmutzer P L Schnakenberg, K Schnakenberg, K Schnakenberg, R Sehnakenberg R P Schneeberger, Michele Schneider, Belly Schneider Cathy Schneider Frank Schneider Harold Schneiders Julie Schoemlg, Thomas Schoff, Dianne Scholle, Thomas Schoollng Dehble Schooling Paul Schooling Raymond Schowengerol 'VI A Schowengerol S G Schrelmann. Duanc Schroeder, Beckv Schueter, 'Wars Schuelle, Vlarlha Srhulenherg, William Schulte, Kathleen Schulze, 'Vlark Schulze Philip Schumacher. Carla af Z ffl r X M Vw. uf 248 ' - , F' 'r' U ron.-.....-as wwro-w---- N--nN.-N- ,-.-w-.-.--N NN,-N...wN oe , 51:55 ,Ven Nm, A -, PES:-Q ' .4 ---Q . ,,,,, Q 4 ' N Iwi, F2 s 1, .-eb w:-rg ' .Lai F -- -g. -. 1' Dfw: jx. E ,..,v ff, K ,E Q. ,,,, Q. 'gb' 1' N Q S , fs- we A fi array r 52-5-53 -. 4 ff-,f x, vgw?-, 511:-xy ': ,.:. , -. c .L is ,4 . Q ., si if-isr?-" A - "f1E'111'11, f jQilg,. E Q i:, ' ..,, ,A ,,..?,.. H X. Luigi: f . 'N R f lxxiaf' S , l' 'Q ' X ,534 ,K .-,N iq : K. X-- xg- Xi ,awgpx -. . 4. ' .. - f X X. v Y, 1 ,I , nderclassmen: Sch-Sie . . 1 ..,. . K 1 vm- 4: " .ma 53' ' 5 f 33:61:21:-: ff, of sf fy 1 r -ev. ' M Y N , 22 fx fi-F R f M 3 Q .Q 1:- 'Aux .M ....,..w fi, rn.: 93 3 rv- 9.-... 'vs af. xr" at--. af-. mv , TIP 5 4 I ,Q X Z Z' w 249 Schumarhrr. Elruy Schuman-hu-r, Kennt-th Schumakrr. Sr-ut! Schulte. Phillie- Sellwnn. 'lrvrri Scott. lluxitl Srml, Douglas Scott. Nlnrmhu Svrit ner. Ylnnn Sr-ufldvr, Nlasrthu Sears. Edin- Svrlge, llirhurtl S4-rlgvirk, Ric-hnrrl Sec. Karen Seefurtll, flnthy Seek, ltnhert Seever. Nlirlmt-l Seiglnr, Christi Sell, Wayne Seloy, Kenneth Semkin, Slmron Semach, ,It-rry Senls, ,leflery Serrone, Mary Sets:-r. David Setser, Nlirhael Settle, Roger Sevy, virkle Sexton, Terrie Shackellord, R. W. Shaekelford, Steven Shaflley, Susan Shaffmaster, Wt-'ntly Shanks, Cary Shanks, Glenda Sharp, Cary Sharp, Jerry Shntto, Bill Shatlo, Robert Shaw, Beth Shaw, Claudia Shaw, Gail Shaw, Steven Shay, Patrick Sheeley, Sunun Sheldon, Cuntlire Shelton, Knthryn Shelton, Paul Shepard, Lynne Shephercl, Carolyn Shcrnrd, Yi:-ki Sherho, Roherl Sherman. lloht-rt Sherp, Susan Shields. Timothy Shine, Timothy Shipp, ylirlwy Shirk, Kathy Shoot. Kathryn Short, Alta Short, Pam Shotwell. Kathy Shour. Craig Shrexe, Donna Shrexe, Linda Shrotler. Carla Shulz, Debra Siefkman. .lackin- Sicgrist. Kathryn Sielxer, Lmada nclerclassmen: Sie-Sou Sit-vera, Corrie- Sievers, Lorl Siminis. Nancy Simmons, Connie- Simmona, June ' Simon, Natalie Sims, Chesley 1 I Sims, Lowell Singleton, Deborah Singleton, Deborah Siragusn, Mary Sink, Nina Sitzes, Karen Sivils, Brenda Skaggs, Sandra Slaggs, Bobbi Slaughter, Conway Slinkard, Sherry Small, David Smarr, Rex Smashey, Cheryl Smith, Anderson Smith, Avery Smith, Barhara Smith, Connie Smith, Deborah Smith, Dena Smith, Diana Smith, Donna Smith, Dorrance Smith, Douglas Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Fonda Smith, Glenna Smith, Harold Smith, Howard Smith, ,lane Smith, Janice Smith, Judith Smith, Karen Smith, Kathie Smith, Kathy Smith, Keith Smith, Leatha Smith, Linda Smith, Linda Lou Smith, Mark Smith, Martha Smith, Nellie Smith, Patricia Smith, Ray Smith, Rebecca Smith, Robert Smith, Terry Smith, Vicki Smith, William Smock, Deborah Snead, .loy Snell, Larry Snider, Beverly Snodgrass, Patricia Snow, Deborah Snowman, Michael Snyder, James Snyder. Shelley Suendkf-r. Ronald Summerville. K. Sorensen, William Sounley. Janice Snuthard, Donna xv ,.,.,,,: yg,i, MS: , , ., ,am .L f. f- " 3 41 , ,, f 1 ,Q-fp, W 0 X, 4' , in ' Hr 'ff 'f Z7 W A ' ,yi . l, 2 I 0- ,,,,.,,- ! I , nderclassmen: Sow ' -.ll ll sf"'77 1f- ,1 W, 20,52 '-.MQ 9 li ff 'Str R ..-. .nr Eumard 'ow-ll. L. .un I Iwrn-mplu-r 'pmln-r. llidm- Spnkv. ipulrling. lfrimlrul 5pul1lin1..lnm- gpullling. je-unvllr Wpulzling. Nu-s rn Spark:-. llrvnflu Spnunhoret. iylney Fpvn-r. Gary Spvurs. Allman Spvnr:-r. .lm- fipe-nr:-r, ,lullu slwm. mm: Sprurllin. Slex 1-n Sprnll. D1-an Sprinkel. Teiln Sprinklv. Ric-hnrcl Sprv. Rulh Sprs New Qpurgeon Gary ipurgvnn .lvrrx bpurlock Ru-harrl iqulrm 1 ,lun Qruvk Russell Hlaffnrd ,ludv Stahl Alun Slalev Peggy Slallurd lmdu Qlnlnworlh Wlark Slnmper ,lean Slanfleld Vlarmn qlnnway Amy Staples Nlarv Slark Kellh Slark Penm Slarkv .lumen Slarkr, Tom Slalvon Arnold Slnlon Larrw Slaufler Gloria Slaulfer Vlarllsn Steele- Dmid Slerle Qharon Sleenhergen Cavla Qlevnlwergen, Lvnn Sleffnn Nnnrv Steffens Sandra Slegner Shlrlm Stem .lame-1 blelner Karla Stephens Dm nd Qu ph:-ns l s mln Su-ph: nu Ylona Su ph: nn Rlrhmnl Qu-phenson Yhchuvl Gu uc-zer lalln Qu wm r B x rrlw Slvunn Qleu ni Shu:-ni Nu xoni Sl: u n-1 Nh wurl Sh wnrl slvvvlrl Sh karl Nhrc- Wlnrk Yum x N mrs Nhcrrx ann .mum Nunn YI xllmm Glu-krocl john Nlldlvm I Klan i I I1 .3 .1 2 I l l 2 3 3 2 l 2 2 2 l l 2 - l , , , 2 . , . 2 1 . ' 2 . ' -., 3 , , , 2 : , , 2 ' , 2 .'1 .' l . -' 3 - ' - r 2 . l , ' , . ' 2 . - v, 1' 3 - . - ,' 1 , ' 1 , I' 3 , 3 2 , ' . 1 , , I' 3 Q . . 3 - 4 ' .' I . 3 X N 3 1, V .4 2 . , Q 1 . . H , 2 l , Q K - I , ' . - A 2 - - , 2 w . ! , ' ,Q 4 I .N ' Q . 3 f ' ' .. ' ' 2 P! 1 'f1"" 1 "'-" , , ' l ,,.4l b . ,, ,. j 2 5 ff' ffl? 'Q ' ' ' I -W all' f- .. z I 2 fi 'A 'ja' ll' lf, A . ffilif .". 1 3 - .J V- 1 ' .-,. , ' my 5 . H J. . 3 'ry ay N, 5, t b. u . A I lx , ,lll ' 54 ' , in ' ' V 2 T' 1-'fflfsk J 7' gl ln - 1- ,f 25l nderclassmen Stl Te Stiles, Patricia Stipec. Dorina St. john, Nancy Stohaugh, Dehru Stork, .lnnu-s Y Stork. Patricia , Slockhauer, Greg Storkman, Carolyn Stovkman, Kenneth Storklon. Robert Stoll. Douglas Stoll, Terr:-an Slolz. Cnrol Stone-king, Keith Stoumhaugh, .lam-I Stout, Grace Stout, Tony Stover, Cale Stow, Sherry Stowe, Barbara Strange, Sheri Strasheim, Vickie Strathman, Richard Straw, Helen Strobel, Phyllis Strufhlmeyer, Glen Sluerke, Kenneth Sluelzer, Laura Suddarth, .lulie Sullivan, Morey Sullivan, Peggy Sullivan, Susan Sullivan, Thomas Summa, .lanel Summers, Rose Sunderland, Bobhi Sunderland, Kathy Sunderwirth, Paula Swank, Eugene Swanson, Kathleen Swaters, Roger Swearengen. Terry Swearngin, Lesla Swetnam, Richard Swetnam, William Swezy, Vernie Sylvester, Valerie Taekelt, Michael Taggart, Charles Taggart, Mix-har-I Talhert, Susan Talhot, Charles Talbott, Monica Talley, Cole Tallman, Richard Tappmeyer, Debbie Tale, Joyce Tatum, Douglas Taylor, Deborah Taylor, Diana Taylor, Elaine Taylor, Karen Taylor, Lamandres Taylor, Lois Taylor. Marilyn Taylor. Rodney Taylor. Teresa Tebhenkamp, Shirley Techau, Gene Teghtmeyer. Samuel ,WV lhy 4 me r X71 ...Q- Underclassmen: Tem-Tuc Tempel. Joyce Templeton. Charles Tr-sbon, Eileen Test-un. Jennifer Tmlin. Thomas Tharkr-r. llurrcll Tltallvr. llolenn Tharp, Mic-hm-l Thorp. Yi:-kin' Thientan, Dehra Thoma, Rohcrt Thomas, Ann Thomas, Cy nthin Thomas. Uehorah Thomas, Kathleen Thomas, K1-ilh Thomas, Larry' Thomas, Lonny' Thomas, Myrna Thomas, Rebecca Thomas, Roger Thomas, Terrle Thompson, Amb Thompson, Lmda Thompson, Nea Thompson, Terry Thompson, Ttmoth Thomure, Rohert Thornton, Danny Thornton, Danny Thorton, Gwyndelyn Thuesen, Muchael Thurman, Frank Thurman, Roy Ttmmons Carl Tlppell, John Ttppte, Charles Tipton, Trans Tohuren, .lanel Todd Conme Todd Donald Todd, Harold Todd Howard Todd Leonard Tolberl, Bruce Tulle, Lloyd Tollc, Randy Tompkln, Harley Toops Larry Tope Dastd Topper Susan Toslenrud Robert Towe Cheryl Tovnley Glenn Townsend Ylurrlu Trahue Cathy Tract Patsy Trader William Trammell, Lhamon Treece Allen Trent Donna Tripp, Sandra Troeger, Lots Trosl Rolun Troll, John Truesdvll .ltll Trutll Ylartlwn Turrlllo Yllchelle Tucker James er ' I ' y W xo T , Q .1 1 sl , ' 5 ,At . I 'W t ,w Q T . W4 , l as lv .ff o . . ' ' '- " , 5'1:, '-.- L "fx Qfiljfp - L "3 Troy. Michael do - :fs cf' , - . fe 'I " .27 . ' -.- . .V ,Nl ....,, , .151 ,Q Q . ' ' . - I on ,-1 ' .- f nderclassmen: Tun-Wal Tunnell, Marianne Turk, Denise Turley, Kaye Turley, Lester Turley, Rohin Turnbow, Bennett Turner, Deborah Turner, Nancy Turntine, Donald Tyler, Dean Tyler, .loyre Ullricll, Sandra Umphenour, Ronald Underwood, Adele Underwood, Diane Unsell, Emily Upahaw, Denise Upahaw, Herhcrl Urner, Lewa Usher, Alan Utz, Min-hael Utz, Sharon Uxa, Cathy Vahrenherg, Rosanne Valenti, Mary Valenzuela, Donna VanBuren, Teresa Vanre, Alan Vance, Kenny VanDerkamp, Larry Vandiver, .l. S. Vanek, Diane VanKirk, Michael VanLeeuwen, K. M. VanNatla, .lames Vardiman, Marietta Varner, Frederick Vaughan, Deborah Venegoni, Maria Verlinden, John Vernon, Ria-hard Veulemana, William Vierlcl, .luhn Villarreal, Michael Vogel, Judy Vogel, Marilyn Vogt, Aulhur Vogt, Clori Voasel, Lawrence Voaaler, Nlyrl Votll, Larry Vutersky, Vickie Wade, Beverly Wade, Carol Wade, Carolyn Wugnman, Sheryl Wagner, Mivhurl Wagner, Steven W-hier. Philip Wainarnll, Gm-y Walden, Eugene Walden, Cary' Wulvlon, Borinie Walker, Charles Walker. Jane Walker. sand... Wallare. Bexerlv Walla:-1-, can ' Wallace, William Walk-ndnrf, Cynthia y iz' 1, , .MW 594 f 1- 'ii 33 .,, , f'l ' f .N .' ' YV' V. H 2 1f" I ,uf 14.1 Wi' i 1 V. f I 19 , 1 2-2 5,3 ge. 'Q f -1 , - ag'-' ' 4, I if fyry .. ,WW 5, Zf.11,'l.5p,Q 4.54 1 , 54.,.gf' ,. f ur, , 1 f gi? 71 ,f ,ffgw , .V-5-ff. ff 7. MK' , f ,A ,i,JQ.1. 'ff , ejigkf ,M11 I ,,., P .lj 'QLSX3' 4 aj! , f ' f aff: 4, ZZ ffm? ff! ' W1 f '. 55" fi X 1 r lj., A ' ff J- ' . I 1 "1 ' 'W ',.' Wil :iQ2'f,f?f .mf 'l ff ,, n fi., 'VW YK' 57 ,..,,. ,V mf! M., - f,a,,,.. ., f , , f ,af f f UP , . .4 1- 4, , .1 .L,A ,,,. , "f'f"' 7lf?1"" :qmy nf 'e pg' H ,M,?iWr ,If 254 f 11 do 9. M. 1 Z, 1 ' f 1 6 4 f ' ' Lf xl .Y , , ff ?f Qi! Underclassmen: Wal-W es YK al-h. ,Inyf Wal-ll. l.-.J lXulIvn1ln-wr, Hrvnfia Waller. fireguq mn. r., f,,.H.m:. W allen. linul.x Walton. lfrlgqr W all. Terry W oral. Bn-u-rly Ward. Hr:-mln Wllrll. Donna Warsl, liurl W arll. Jann-- Wnrsl, Knlhlm-n Ward, K4-nn:-lh Wnrrl. Ynlulim- Wnrrlv Puma-In W'ar1l., Rirlmrsl Ward. Ruin-rl Warden, Jn-rrp Warden, Nlnryunn Ware, Rnlwrl Warn, We-nrly Warner. Cnrmen Whrner, Dm-lmrnli Warner, Donald Warner, Nancy Washburn, Hnrlmrn W'nsleski, Ceralfl Waters, Clinlnn 1 V all-rn, Pamela Walkins, Gary Walson, Curl Wnlnon, De-lxra Walls, Charles Walls. James Walls, Mary Walls, Peggy Waugh, Palririu Way. Kevin Wayman, Phyllin W1-hh, Thelma W1-lrlm, Tracy We-lwher, Palrivia We-iriver. Sh-plwn Weiner, ,lame-1 Welwr, Nlnrk A. Weber, Mark Allen Wehmeym-r, Gillwerl We-hm:-yn-r. .lanel Wehmz-yer. Sue Weidemun. Robert Weignnd, Nlirhnel Weinberg, Slex en Weiss, ,Io Welch, Hex erly Welrh. Sh-plmniv Welrly, 'Nancy Wells, Terry Welpan. Randall Welty, Kennellu Wendling, .ivan Wenger. Cone Werneke. Karen Wernekf. William Werner, Kim Werle, U regory Werlhman, Leslie We-rlhman. Yalnra West, Deborah ' nderclassmen: Wes-Wil Wesl. Donnu W4-sl. .luck W'l'sl. ,lclmvs lvesl, Lyli- We-sl. Phillip Went. Rnhvrl Wvrllhrnoll. .luhn i Wi-slhrook, Harp Weslhoff, ,lam-l YVQ-slmoreland, hlnry W4-nlnmrl-lanll, Bl-ckiv Wvlzel, Wilma Whnlvn, Karon Wheat, Bnrimra Wlu-allvy, Larry Whvl-ler, llowurfl Wheeler, L4-ln YVhc-l-lvr. Nanny W'hilcrnfl, Debbie While. Arlela While, Bill W'hile, Clara While, Dehrn V'hile, Douglas r W hile, Gregory Wfhile, Henry While, James While, James W'hilP, Palrivia While, Paul While, Phillip Whilcaker, Michael Wfhilener, Donna Whiling, Brure Whilsill, James Whilsill, .lohn Whilsill, Vickie Wiedenmann, Martha Wiedenmeyer, Rhonda Wieland, Darlene Wienholl, Eddie Wienherg, Nancy Wies., Terry Wiley, .lohn Wilinson, Christie Wilkerson, Phyllis Wilkerson, Roe Wilkins, vinina Wilkinson, Nancy Wilkinson, Terry Willarrl, David Willbanks, Sheila Williams, Dian Williams, Harold W'illiums, James Williams, Janis Williams. Jann Williams, Pumvlu W'illiams, Rilu Williams. Sam Williams, Timothy Williums. Toni Willig. Nancy Nl illin. Gwen Willis, ,lark Willman. Linda Will-on. Charles Wilson, Cristina Wilson. Dal:- Wilson, D1-hhie J'i5', ."Pr1 1 "Y '. 453 -. .Q x1?k ': 3. .X QRXQ Ms B K z A gx gf X f 5 Riff 1 'XE Q ,,',,. . - , 559613, ., liriffv if" 2' , ,lgiih A W," f l .uh 1 i.: L, 1' eff Y M 256 I ,.,,,.1,...,,gl-:l,,f., 1 1 D D um, 3 4. .,.fJ' If y,,iilA.,,,y My if y, ., A . 'Ga nw Q, -.1 1,19 5 -. ff 'Q - Q ' -5121 ' , ., - 'V osx . Z3 ,' ,A 'W Z 6 ff 7 J 4 ,Ai, , .M t M ...ti 2 W W fp 547,915-if ff I ,V ,f,,,f ,V X M XZ fy! ,, . ,- ., if . X of Z. 1 f' Wg, I ,fi ,V'VV , g .... K swfxf 1, ., ,.,f-L 1 I xg 56 x ti- . 5. 1271 wifi? . . ' ' Q,-j"531'2 -'ZFI',Z, 'S , k yllyt M . ,t :.A,A1 1 X Qfifimf 1 n 7, yfff I lf' F'lf f 1, 'Q f my f Av?-U fa, 1,51 ' 4,4 y X 4,,,,,, f 6 X 7254 Tv' ,I 0 9 Underclassmen: Wilnnn W il'-on Wil:-on Wil:-on Wilnun. V6 ilson Wilson Wil-mon. Wil-Zam Don Hrla-n ,lar-kir Kntltlen-n Linda Lynn Niirhum-l Puulu Wilnon. Sandra Wilson. filunlvy Yvilanh. Toniu Winhurn. Ellen Winn. .limnty Wim-. Kenneth Vdtherhee, Marjorie Witherup, Burhura Withrow, james Wilmer. Marcin Wittenherger, 5. U. Witthar, Del-:ra Wittmeyvr. Denis Wolf, Diane Wolf, Karen Wolfe. Susan Wolfe, Tc-rry Wolters, Jeanine Woltkamp, janet Wollkamp, Marie Wood, Dee Anna Wood. Vande Woodall, Connie Woodley, Susan Woodrel, Christen Woodruff. Gail Woods, Donna 1 Woods, Sandra Woods, Sue Worland, Donna Wo rth y, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Carol Christine Dennis Jack Mary Michael Rex Rhonda Susan Wrisinger. Rirky' Wurdack. Dara Wyssmann, Raymond Yanevich, Martin Yarick, Merna Yates, Mary' Yeager, Will Yeialey, Ann Yot-key. Linda Yoeum, Young, Young. Young, Young. Young. Young. Young. Young, Young. Young. Donald Dehorah Gary' Harold Judith Karen Mary Michael Paul Sandra Virginia Yount, Rowena Zakovich, Melanin Zamba, Robert nderclassmen: Zau-Zuc Zaun. Marcy Zeiklv, Roy Z1-ller, Ixulhvrim- Zivgenfuss, Guil Zimmer. Chrisluphvr Zimmerman, ,IQ-rry Zimmvrmnn, Linda Zinunvrschied. Nuhry lurk, Barlmru . . ' x x ' ' Q f- :CYYX7 Q f ,ff-4:"ff . 46:5 QQ 4' 'f 7 75 2 ff, ' V pi 1 W X, ,A , y f 1 f f ' Q54 5- ff . f 1 ff ' v , 7 , , 1, " , ,, f , ,,,. 1 M. ' A-I If 574 ' W I 0? i 5 . 1 Y I 3 1 I ' , as .1 1 If A .ff I "rf 1' M- 1 1 258 Late Enrollment: dr ' . f , , .14 L S 1 i ,v i f , W . vltr 1 ' , lx , Y' u f 1 f if I ll f .4-..,. 0- 04'L.:.v gh 4 i ,wg fn, .5 ' W , lg, 1 .1 rhlrinn. lnnruu Annu-. Ru-- lhulvy. Ilulur- - Bulv-, 'l :mn-r.1 Hnrllv-Il. Yldrx Rmird. XY iIIi.im H:-wr, lxri-lin. Hlnnk. 'lllrry Bond. llvliliiv llmrh. Ilrnni. Bnulx-urv'. .lunin Bowlrs. .lnlnf--4 Brillnn. lirlmrull Brin 4--, Diann- Hronlu. Cynlhiu Flruunlis-ld. Wlilzi Byrne, Hari Chapman. Yum-y lflurls. llnnnic- Clark, Tvrvuu Cl:-H-land. Urvgury Cook. Duxid Ccmlry, Flonnin- Cnule-g, ilnry Cox, Brenda Cox, Judy Cox, Linda Culiim-, Ann:-lla Dnily, Linrlu Derker. Rulh DeFne, Cnnnlnnrn- DrRuv0, Ann Dougherly, Sharon Drake, Marlin Duvnsing, Karen liken, Carolyn Ellis, Adrienne Ernst, Leann? Eulu-rg. jo ,-'lnnr Fnin. Slrvf Fnlle-n, Raymond Fovrsls-l, lfurul Fowler, K:-nnolh Frey, Punwlu Gilwon. Lurry Unmleon. Vlurir Grnngrr. Wlirln-lr Grvvn. Larry Ure-en. Paula Griffith, Jeanni- Gunler. Christopher Hainrn. Drurllln Hullnwn, Km-rn Hnnrnck, Harold Harrin, Phillip H1-'lrn-mth. llmiml Hein.-rhfrg. r.l.,,.n Hrllkamp, Nnnrx Hrlmer. Sandra He-nrlerson, P4-nny Hendrrn. Donnu Hickman. Shcrrnlyn Hill, Laura Hill, Rivhard Hime-s. Barhura Hirni. Clmrlrm- Hirl, Laura Ho. Daxid Hodges. Brvnrln Howard. Chnrlea Late Enrollment Howard, Michelle lluyt, llehurah Hudson, Cha-ry Hughes, Cindy llughen, Kari-i1 Hughes, Kenneth Huhman, Marietta Hutrlleaon. Gecirge jagels, Marilyn Jaudun, Renee Jensen, George Knral, Renee Kaup. David Kennish, Martha Kelh, Kirby King, Kiny Knipp. Robert Koerhner, Arlene Kremer, .loyee Kueek, Roxanne Kuehnel, Ralph Kurek, Cheryl Landin, Allen Lebiocla, Frances Leiter, Donna Lenau, Joanne Lien, Winfred Lindhorst, Paula Lovell, Valerie Madison, .laei Mnltsharger. Donald Maples, Mary Marker, Naney Marshall. Larry Matvhelte, Deborah Matson, Palriria Matthews, Karen Matthiesen, Mark McClain, George McClure, Linnelle McEwan, Carol Meineka, Carol Meyer, William Miller, Mark Mills, Lavrie Moffatt, Kathy Morarity, Barbara Murphy, Debra Murphy, Wendy Myers, Deborah Neale, Richard I Ogan, james Pearson, Debra Pedigo, Donald Piatt, James Plummer, Clifford Plut, Frank Powill, Karen Praust, ,lean Range, Marilyn Reid, Roger Rieharda, ,Ian Rider. Nam-y Ring. Gregory Robberaon, Yirki Rnln-rts. Linda Rmine. .ludy Roan, Frederivk Roth. Dvnni-4 Rudasill. Jenn Q 5 , 260 1 2 ?Z:Qii'g9 pf-:nv f Mmm-V-71' ,W f u fffizg Qi" f 2 Zz f+ ,R IE , 5, ,. w p, I-4 My L fd ' W Ox f .1 ,f - ' 1 " fi-2:',"'f5 " 71:1 I J' , A X,-. 2' f' 5,,5a,. ,,' ' 0, 1- ' ' ' I 4 M ' M 'V ,,,.,, ,, , f ,f . 9 F.. fw ' y V f ,pd 6, , f 1 9 16 ,xx A as I , 0 f f,f , f , W! , 1 5 K 4 tb 261 nb- Late Enrollment: Rud Zie Hurlrolf. Ylnry ju Sadler. Rrlu-rf-u Sampmn. l.uRur Srhmid. Dnlv Schmidt. kurvn Srhrorler, Bonnir Srogin, Dunnu Selle-rl, Landure Shankn, Gary Shroder. Randy Smart, Elnoru Smith, Linda Smith, Sunan Spiller, Warren Stanley, Susan Stnton, Diana Sledelin, Matthew Stevens, Larry Stewart, Ruth Stewart, Virginia Slot-rklein, Thomann Stone, Emily Stratton, .lack Taltershall, Debbie Teague, Marti Truilt, Donna Tucker. Jackie Vahrenherg, Peggy Vaughan, Vicki Vogan, Charles Walkenhorsl, Robert Werneke, Donna West, Palricla Wheeler, Sandra Whilhaus, Cynthia Wienberg, Sheryl Williams, Deborah Williams, Frances Wlllman, Cherie Wilson, Charles Wilson, Randy Wirslg, Sharon Wiuig, Edith Woods, Sue Worrell, Tracey Wright. Janice Zlegelbein, Charles ,Q, Residence Center: Ada-Den Adams, Melinda Adams, Stephen Ahmann, Albert Allin, Mike Allinder, .lames Alumbaugh, Gerald Aminlrout, Bob Anderson, Pamela Andrew, Robert Aziere, Dawlid Baker, Sue, Ballard, David Banks, Kenneth Barnes, Edith Barlels, Bonnie Bates, Gary Bates, Patricia Bnltmer, James Beavers, Pamela Becker, James Beels, Max Belew, Ben Bermond, Lloyd Birkes, Stephen Boles, Edward Bolin, Frank Bonahhan, Debbie Borgman, Connie Boulware, Cindy Buckhannan, ludilh Burrows, Myron Butler, Shirley Brewer, Margaret Brown, Joyce Brown, Stanton Bukaty, Mike Burns, Beverly Burton, Russell Calovich, Frank Chinnery, Gary Clark, Deborah Clark, Everett Cline, Lloyd Cobb, Thomas Cohoon, Brure Coleman, Stephen Collins, .lohn Collins, Peggy Comer, Randall Cunard, Cary Connell, Belly Connell, David Conway, Cary , Cook, Robert Cox, .lohn Cox, William Craig, William Craigg, Ernest Crane. Juanita Curl, Bruce Cutler, Loren Davidson, Bnh Davis. 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IK..- , .. , a .I Residence Center: Dee-H fl II Ir I In II II I Imrvl 1, ,f In--I -.--. rlf-rv, 1,...I If I V Ilnll I IH' IIIIHI m II rl I ml z 4 1... ,, 1:-ra, L14 . 7 f iff , 1 yy!! 7 M. , 1' ,, M, A 15. Isa 1 ,,,' "' M 'a ,wp Q1 ,,..-f X A, 2, 221' ' Wai U- A 1 1 11.7, 4 ' f 1 f 15,5 I M , -1 1 v ,I-,f L. .:. 0 I2 ,1 V , 7 Em . , ' 'I 13' x' g",Y!1i' I A 5 .ILL . ,, , . ' I . ' 1 I 1,22 J, V ' " 1-' if I ' 1 aj- V Q I 263 Izzlllv. I4-il.: I'.1Ix-.IrsI-. I':IlrIri.I Izgula--mn. jawk I'.ngIunlI. Inna I'Qri1'k-un. IInrIy-. Iirirk-nn, Su-:ln Iixun-. Ilirlluvl hw-n-. Roll.-rl Iifv. IIru1'1- Fnrringlnn, Rml I-ighl, Runnlul FI:-lc-Iwr, Rumlp I"i-rIu-r. Durollly Fulln-ll. ,ln-rump Ford, Ilnxivl Fnllz. Tum Form-3. Ilunim-I Ifu-la-r, K4-nm-III Fnulvr. Edwin Fugulv. Duh- Cnlhlin. Larry Cumm. ,lunwn Cvrgusnn. Dun Godfrey, Ilene Cray, Mary Gray, Sherry Crazda, Edward Green, Sheila Cuvllirh. Lynn Culnlln, Yirki Hailr, Knlhic' Hnmillnn, Clnirv Hamillnn, CII-nn IIn:'I4-. III-Illuiv Iiarh-, Ward Harper. Murva Harper, Mvrvin Hnrrls, Edwnrd Harris. .Ioyrv Hurl. Yvrunirn Hnrl. Yivmriu Ilnskinw. Elaine- lln-nngg. ln..-I.-1 Ilnyw, Kr-nny Ilan-Irigg, Klan II9fIin. flu-ryI III-flin. Hurry Ilvrlemn. Lnrry Ilvrull, Kvnnrlll Iligrlnn. kvnm-lh IIiII1urn.lQ4-'NIII Ilnlligvr. fum! Ilnlmnn. Icy! Hopkin-. Ihmnlzl IIurnI1n-rk. HI: Imr Hurnrr. Iirpzinin Hou1mn.IIiII Ilouv. II.u-3 IIuIxImrcI. hm Hugh 1--. IIUIII-at Ilunlvr. Nlmmn IIu.-Jlin. ILIII I'IyIlur1,R.ImIx II yl I 1 I I I I I I I 2 -1 I I -3 -I I 2 2 I I II I 2 I 2 I I 3 '1 I 3 1 1 I 1 I I I 3 I I I I 2 I I I I 2 I I I I I 2 I 2 2 I I 3 3 I I I 2 I 2 1 ' i Residence Center: Iri--Pal lriek. Belly .lnekuon. E-do Jaknlweznk, James Jeffers, Diana Jenkins, Cliurles johnson, Gerald Jones, Randall jnyee. john Knreh, Kathy l Kauzlnrieli, Steve Ke-eliler, ,lumeel Keller, Wayne Kelley- Jerry Kelly, Teresa Keltner, Michael Kennedy, Karen Kenney, Clinton Kerna, Franklin Kesler, .lames King, Greg Kleoppel, Joseph Knox, Ted Kohler, Curtin Kreisel, La Donna Lanpher, Thomas Lasaler, Theresa Lana, joe Laws, Carry Layton, Linda Lewis, Kathy Livingston, ,leanelte Lukenhill, Kerry Lunn, Jimmy Major, V'illiam Maple, Kent Marlin, Mary Mason, Roy May, Philip Maynard, Dick McCain, Geroge McCollum, Richard MeCullen, Phyllis Mc-Lin, Pnl Meals, Elbert Melugin, David Melugin, Donna Meyers, Timothy Minton, Deborah Minton, Evonne Minton, Mary Moore, Thomas Morgan, Janice Morgan, Raymond Morrow, Patrick Murphy, John Myers, Janice Neely, Robert Newport, Terry Nieewunner, Gene Noffke, .lumen Noland, Marsha Norris, Roland Norwood. Charles 0'Bar. Tim U'llell, Sh-yen Ognn, Stanley Ugleshy, Sherri Opulku, Dennin Orriaon, Karen Palmer, Yiekie f X , 'f2,.:".- ,, Hi wg xg , 5513? " 'V 5 . X 11' - , ,ff ,, .4 yz, ., ,L ,4 X , I ff f' , 0 Aff gfvvz, , 5 af VW" rr, M I " If , ww., f fiy I . L ' ik? 4 ' t V- V My f 3,4 , gfyif , 4' mfg, W r , ff -af ,- :ww ,I-wma 2 'f 53, 2, '- EM? ' ,-, Lf 2f'f , ' N ,.,, , vii? 'I . If I 'Q ' , '7' we g ,'e, G , f Z4Q,:2f, ,, 41, 7" ' , 2' 'fb' U, Vififff' ' f ff ,V of - J- yy f. ,, new 2 f ,yfy , 5 ,fl I f ' ' 4 ff!! 324 W ff ff W W, 1 E Q4 0 W mmf Wf f W -7+ ffzf 1.4221 3 '49 f My -,.i, ,l 2 5 Q1 af Zf lv' ,f', 2 , o 5 ,1 . , Ml? f f fi 'ff 47" , ff, -' vfm, an 1L"' f: f I 70 Z . 'f, rye' 4 f ' f I X , 4 '45 "Vg nf L, M X X, Z ! , av , , gf, V -W 1 ""' 4 ' 4' I ern, , f. iff! 1 V. f - Q Ji g K, 1 H. ,..,,. fe ' fd W ,rf 5 ax 4 ,z 264 4' 1 .5 137' f I-daz e' QQ If X I I f A ii J J I aff' fi , L I , rv an 'wi Ht , , ' V , , V ' ..1 13,7 ff- 4 P75 4f"', 1 . , ,e f-zjef' 1 53 1 V 4V. , ?1Q tiiu -Q no 4 1 'A'A ,.,,. Vlq ,g n 1 it ,,., .- 1 Hmiflflififllif ' 3 1 .4 ,.x Q A f. .,.-ff, ' J 0 fue, M, ,J ' 'S."?' 4, f ff, 1 f f X 'nm W f -5 . P 4, Aff' V , 4-- ' ' ' ', wi W1 xi gl 4 I M Wa g if? W iibSi?x X Q ' QQ, New ,. , ,Ni W ,fm S il, j ., .,,. , ,,, ff, f' 41 if-f XXX Q 0 X X xx, Q . Ni e me Xe x X Q xlf X X ,wx Xsxia-.A x L: fi-f , 'WVIB 1 fy, V ' 1 V fir , ,.,.,,, Residence Center: Par-Tri Parks-r, Danni. 1 l'rarr1-, Jn-rrp ,1 l'v-nw, New 1 .g Q . l'1'nnn-ton. l.ui'intlu 1 '. Perez. .luv 1 - , Pittman. Julia 5 5? Por. Duxitl 2 Powell, Regina 1 Prukunll. Amar 3 Pride, Charles 1 I j,f Pylv, Dennis 1 Rnhidt-au, Cecilia 1 I -I Rainn,Harulvl 1 Rangcl, Manuel 1 Ray. D1-horah 1 Ream, Barry l Reed. .lohnny l Revue, Lurry l Reeves, Richard 2 Reynolda Mark l Richardson, Billy 4 .1 .Ms Rlrllnrduon, Joseph 2 Rifc, Judith l T . irini - Ti' 'f ' 5515, . 1-' . . , S 12 . .9 V fl'-fi: ' J' ' , ,24-' :2f'1:ff- ' 9. - VW ly lik ' 1 I .,,,. um? 14 " ' V 75 6? , " , f . ,MN .:' -Q.-fu .gg 1 , S ffl! 4' 'P 1 , ' L , f f .t , yn,-llfg, ef 1 VW' ' Riley, Eddy 2 Rizzo, Henry l Robertson. Dennis 1 Rode, james 1 Rodriquez, Gerry l 3 ,, . Rogers, Susan 1 Rollins, Zepha 3 "' Roush, Timothy 2 Rupert, Shirley l Rush, Leo 3 Rust, Elton l Ruth, William l ., ,. 444, 6335 - 2324. '42 Rutledge, Palricia 2 Schreiber, ,lane l Sc-hweer, Ralph 1 Sedge, Linda l Settergrem, Carol 5 Settles, Rohert 4 Sherrell, Lowell 1 Short, Alta l Shropshire, Ron 2 Simunitnrh. .lean l Simonitsch, ,Iuflilh l Sinclair. Carol l Singer. Raymond 1 Singleton, Dehhie 2 Spring, Larry l Stanton, Cathy l Stevenson, Beth l St. Louie, Carol 4 Starck, Elmer l Slroesser, Fran 2 Slrohmeyer, William 4 Sluex e, Erif 3 Stull, Jerry 3 Taylor, Ken 2 is Tennis, Sally l Thacker, Gail l Thompson, Mary l Tobin, Ronald 2 gf v Tori-er, john l I vi-an 'I 7, Towle, Wayne: 3 'A A i f ', ni, 'N Towns, Joseph l 1 iv- fb I " has x Trayforrl, Eugene l l ww ' 5' 'V V - ,hi i f 1 Trayford, Larry l L e ,,' 1 ' r ' fl? Triplell, Cozeene 5 " Z ff- Tripp, Daivd l We , . 1, A ff we 0' f ' TX , all" 265 Residence Center: Tro-Zey Truutman, Bill Troutwine, Carol Trugly, Stephanie Tuttle, .lohn Tyson, Annette Underwood, Donetle Van Cannon. Joan ' , VnnWortner. Dan Vogel, Sandra Vogelsnteier, Don Ymssntttn, Patsy Wade, Gloria Wade, Karen Wade, Micltuel Wag:-ner, George Wagner, Mirhelie Wagner, William Wah, .lohn Walter, Dorothy Ward, Gloria Warner, Terrv Warnken, Patriria Waters, Fran Webster, Fred Weeks, Sammy Wels, Ken W'hite, Denise Whitehead, Dorothy Williams, Dixie Williams, David Willoughby, Mary Wilson, Martha Wilson, Martha Wilson, Patricia Windescheffel, Walter Wingate, Jamie Woud, Louise Woods, Ralph Wright, Terry Wurtz, William Wyatt, Bt-tty Jn Yates, Mark Young, Daniel Young, Monte Zey, John ,gl 4,jA.VX3f , ff If .V ,eff an Z:f ff? Z7 f Ziff ,eff Abbott, Diann, Abbott, .laneti Ahdelkader, A Abdoler, Kath: Aber, Edna 154 Abercrombie, 1 Abington, Micl Abney, Gary 11 Ahney. Terry 1 Abraham, Dale ,V . ,, --.Mi .QV , 'W 4 7 X-1, I I I f X25 N94 f 'ff ff f f f , n f f, 4 Mfg V, ,M X i f X 7 ,f Accounting Cl Ackerson, Virg Ackley Diane! Adams, Barbar Adams, Billy 11 Adams Charles Adams, Debora Adams Eamonn Adams ,lanette Adams, Janice Adams, Joseph Adams, Keith 2 Adams, Kent 21 Adams, Larry 2 Adams, Leocadi Adams, Mauritz Adams, Melinda Adams, Roger 2 Adams, Stephen , , X g X Adamson, Patria Adkisson, Carol Adrian, Constar Affolter, Larry Affolter, Ronalt Agnew, Patricia Agriculture Clt Ahart, Craig 21' Ahmann, Alberf Aholt., Leva 217 Ahring, Richard Ailor, Lynn 217 Ainsworth, Rust Aist, Eugene 171 Akers, Lillian 2 Akers, Wayne ll Akins, Franklin Albin, Kenneth Albins, Richard Albrecht, ,losepl Albrecht. .lulie Albright, Yvette Alexander, Jane Alexander, Jose Alexander, Kat Alexopoulos, Ni Alford, Barbara Alklfe, Dennis 1 Allee, Peggy 217 Allen, Arlene 21 Allen, Barbara Sl Allen Blaine 21 Allen. Donna 18 Allen Ernest 96 Allen Leonard Allen. Lorna 21 Allen, Michael 2 Allen. Paul 102, Allen. Rodney 2 Allen. Roy 181 Allen. Vickie 21 lllin, Hike 262 lllin, Pamela T-l Xllin. lgatrit-ia 2, 'l1l"'flC'l'. .lames Xllison. Cobina' Xlltson, Leslie 2' Abbott, Dianna 217 Abbott, Janet 217 Abdelkader, Abdel 211 Abdoler, Katherine 217 Aber, Edna 156,217 Abercrombie, Pat 217 Abington, Michael 100,217 Abney, Gary 181 Abney, Terry 181 Abraham. Dale 181 Accounting Club 49 Ackerson, Virgil 170 Acklcy, Diane 217 Bailey. Joyce 170 Adams, Barbara 181 Adams, Billy 181 Adams Charles 181 Adams, Deborah 217 Adams, Esmond 170 Adams, Janette 64 Adams, Janice 181 Adams, Joseph 170 Adams, Keith 217 Adams. Kent 217 Adams, Larry 217 Adams, Leocadia 181 Adams, Mauritza 181 Adams, Melinda 262 Adams, Roger 217 Adams, Stephen 262 Adamson. Patricia 217 Adkisson, Carolyn 181 Adrian, Constance 259 Aflolter, Larry 217 Alfolter, Ronald Agnew, Patricia 151,217 Agriculture Club 46 Ahart, Craig 217 Ahmann. Albert 262 Aholt, Leva 217 Ahring, Richard 217 Ailor, Lynn 217 Ainsworth, Russell 217 Aist, Eugene 170 Akers, Lillian 217 Akers. Wayne 181 Akins, Franklin 217 Albin, Kenneth 217 Albins, Richard 217 Albrecht, Joseph 170 Albrecht, Julie 156 Albright. Yvette 154,217 Alexander, Jane 74,217 Alexander. Joseph 217 Alexander, Kathryn 56.217 Alexopoulos, Nicki 58,217 Alford, Barbara 181 Alkire, Dennis 108 Allee, Peggy 217 Allen, Arlene 217 Allen, Barbara 217 Allen, Blaine 217 Allen, Donna 181 Allen, Ernest 96,217 Allen, Leonard 217 Allen, Lorna 217 Allen, Michael 217 Allen, Paul 102,181 Allen, Rodney 217 Allen, Roy 181 Allen. Vickie 217 Allin, Mike 262 Allin, Pamela 74,121,217 Allin. Patricia 217 Allinder. James 262 Allison, Cobina 217 Allison, Leslie 217 Allison, Steven 102,217 Allison, Steten 11.217 Allwuod, Merle 100 Alpers, Ann 54 Alpcrs, James 90,181 Alpers, Linda 72,217 Epsilon Pi 76,77 Alpha Alpha Gamma Delta 56,57 Alpha Kappa Lambda 78,79 Alpha Lambda Della 50 Alpha Omieron Pi 58,59 Alpha Phi Omega 80,81 Alpha Sigma Alpha 60,61 Alpha Sigma Tau 62,63 Alpha Xi Delta 64,65 Altemeyer, Robert 217 Althouse, Nancy 181 Alumbaugh, Gerald 262 Alzate, Gilberto 181 Ambrose, Deborah 217 American Marketing Assoeia Amintrout, Bob 262 Amos, Paula 217 Amos, Russell 259 Amsinger, Deborah 217 Anagnos, Mary 60,217 Anders, Leslie 170 Anderson, Betty 181 Anderson, Carmon 217 Anderson, Carol 217 Anderson, Elnora 151,154,217 Anderson, Erma 181 Anderson, Glen 170 Anderson, James 217 Anderson. Marilyn 217 Anderson, Pamela 217,262 Anderson, Robert 181 Anderson, Robert H. 217 Anderson, Robert T. 217 Anderson, Roger 217 Anderson, Sharon 217 Anderson, Sherry 217 Anderson, Terry 217 Andes, Donald 181 Andrew, Robert 262 ' Andrew, Sandra 217 Andrews, Fred 217 Andrews, Sandra 181 Andrusejko, John 217 Anglin, Deborah 217 Angus, Wanda 218 Anstine, Stephen 218 Anthony, Denis 102 Anthony, Gail 181 Anthony, Phillip 211 Applebury, Kay 218 Applebury, Thomas 181 Arbogast, Duane 218 Areman, Gloria 218 Arens, Janet 218 Arens, Karen 181 Arenson, Gail 218 Argotsinger, Judy 218 Aring, Gary 211 Armbruster, Mark 211 Armes, Dewey 181 Armstrong, Larry 218 Arnold, David 76,218 Arnold, James 218 Arnold, .lohnn 181 Arnold, Jonathan 218 Arnold, Linda 181 Arnold, Naomi 181 Arnold, Randall 218 Arnold, Robert,213 Arnote, Jean 181 Arnote, June 181 Arosemena, Melquiades 211 Arslanian, Susan 218 Arth, George 218 Arthur, Harvey 218 tion 49 I DEX Arthur, Run 218 Arwuod. Joy 218 Asbury, Sandra 218 Ash, Deborah 218 Association of Black Coll Ataullah, Syed 181 Atkins, Carol 62,218 Atkins, Diieta 72,218 Atkinson, Catherine 218 Atry, Sied 211 Auch, David 181 Auer, Carl 218 Augustine, Jack 96 Augustine, Mary 28,218 Augustine, Tarry 54.60,2l8 Austin, Barbara 181 Austin, Jack 211 Austin, Joseph 102,211 Aversman, Glen 181 Avise, William 218 Aziere, David 262 Babiueh, John 218 Bachmann, Duane 170 Bacon, Larry 104 Bade, Laverne 218 Badger, Charles 181 Baer, Deborah 218 Bahner, David 211 Bailey, Dolores 218,259 Bailey. James 218 Bailey, Linda 218 Bailey, Mary 218 Bailey, Terry 56,218 Bailey, Wendy 56,181 Bain, David 96 Bainbridge, .lack 181 Bainer, Catherine 62,218 Baisch, June 218 Baker, Allen 218 Baker, Barbara 218 Baker, Garry 218 Baker, Jack 34,90 Baker, John 218 Baker, Juli 218 Baker, Kathleen 218 Baker, Linda 68,181 Baker, Melford 211 Baker, Sharon 58,182 Baker, Shirla 218 Baker, Sue 262 Baker, Timothy 34,218 Baker, William 218 Baldwin, Cheryl 182 Baldwin, Elizabeth 218 Baldwin, Kenneth 211 Baldwin, Larry 137,138 Baldwin, Linda 218 Baldwin, Robert 170 Balentine, Olivia 182 Bales, Paula 218 Bales, Tamera 259 Ball, Gary 142.143 Ball, Kali 74,218 Ballard, David 262 Ballard, Richard 182 Ballenger, Barry 218 Ballou, Michael 86,213 Balsinger, Glen 213 Baltrusaitis, Robert 96 Baltz, Howard 170 Bamford. JHY19 170 Band 18-21 267 egiales 45 llanrlerman. lllnrna 1111 Bani-ter. 1' rank EIH llani-t1'r.1umnv21il Bunk-. Lliristiann 218 Banks, Donna ITU Banks. Janet 211 Banks. lxennt-th 262 Bank-. W alter 182 Banks. Va illie Ho Bunkus. John 182 Banning,,lamie182 Baptist Student Union Barber, Corey 211 Barber, Gail 58,218 Barber. Sherry 218 Barber. Stet e 218 Barbour, Nlarsha 218 Barfoot, Janet 218 Bargfrorle, James 211 Bargfrede. Patricia 218 Barglrede. Ruth 218 Bergmann. Bremla 218 Barker. Bill 182 Barker, Danny 218 Barlow, Annette 218 Barnes, Edith 262 Barnes, Gail 218 Barnes, Merilee 182 Barnes. Patil 211 Barnes, Susan 218 Barnes, Vicki 219 Barnett, Bridget 43,182 Barnett, Floyd 182 Barr, Carolyn 219 Barr. Milton 98.219 Barr. Robert 98,182 Barrett, John 86.182 Barrow, Carolyn 219 Barrow. Nancy 182 Barro ws, Leroy 169.170 Barry, Thomas 182 Bartch. Floyd 211 Bartel, Larry 182 Bartels. Bonnie 262 Bartels. Debra 219 Bartel s, Yirgilene 182 Barthel, Pamela 219 Bartlett, Diane 219 Bartlett, Mary 259 Bartlett. Stephen 182 Barton, Jeri 219 Barton. Robert 96 Bartow, Richard 219 Bartow, Thomas 182 Bartram. Stephen 182 Barttr Basha Baske um. William -81.43, m, Janet 219 tball 124-1115 Bass, Richard 219 Bassham. Shelley 182 Bateman, George 219 Bates. Cynthia 60.182 Bates. Gary 262 Bates, Patricia 262 Batke, Bill 1-14.115 Battm Bauco er. James 262 m, Doris 219 Bauer, Charles 94 Bauer. David 219 Bauer. Jeffrey 104.182 Bauer, Richard 219 Bauer, Shirley 219 Baugh man, tlaureen 219 Baumgardell, Dennis 219 Baumstark, Diane 219 Bausch. Ruth 219 Boyne, Elizabeth 211 Baysinger. Stat en 219 Beaird. Pamela 219 Beaird, William 239 Beale. Donna 211 -l -x Boyd, Christina 220 - l 1 : l Bcall. Sandra 219 Beamer. Larry 219 Beard. Andrew 219 Beard, Nelson 219 Beasley, Garland 219 Beattie, Richard 170 Beatty, Dianne 219 Beauchamp, Deborah 219 Beaudoin. Nancec 28.74.219 Beaver. Lyle 170 Beavers. Pamela 262 Beavers, Susan 219 Bcchtold. Martha 219 Beckcndite. Chuck 141 Becker, Donna 219 Becker, James 262 Becker, Kenneth 55, .219 Becker, Sara 219 Beckman, Erwin 211 Beebc, Janice 219 Beebe. Steve 182 Beecroft, Kathryn 219! Beekman, Linda 219 Beenc, Lannie 88.182 Beerman, Cheryl 219 Beets. Max 262 Beever. Bill 182 Beissenherz, Ted 211 Beissenherz, Terri 219 Bekebrede, Jeanice 182 Bekehrede, Marla 219 Belew, Benjamin 262 Belknap, Melanie 219 Bell, Carolyn 182 Bell. Emma 211 Bell, Marvin 170 Bellis. Stanley 219 Belshe, John 170 Bender, Diana 182 Bender, John 219 Benedict, Patrick 219 Benedict. Warren 170 Benjamin, William 219 Benne, Michael 182 Bennett, David 86,182 Bennett, Jane 219 Bennett. Jean 219 Bennett, Kathleen 219 Bennett, Linda 182 Bennett, Mark 219 Bennett. Rosalie 211 Bennett, Richard 96 Benningfield, Judy 211 Bensley. Mark 219 Benson, Larry 182 Benz, Milton 48 Bergen. Edwin 219 Berger, Gerald 219 Bergman, Connie 219 Bergman, John 96 Bergman, John C. 82 Bergman, Laurence 219 Bergman, Lucy 170 Bergman, Reuben 219 Bergsieker, Carol 182 Berkstresser. S. 219 Bermond, Lloyd 262 Bernard, Tyree 88 Berrey, Ronald 94 Berrier, Diana 219 Berry, Barbara 219 Berry, Betty 219 Berry, Catherine 219 Berry, Diana 56,182 Berry. Doris 170 Berry, Gordon 170 Berry. Jean 182 Berry, John 96.219 Berry. Ron 137 Berschaucr, Claudia 182 Bess, Belinda Kay 182 Best, Clarence 170 Best. Del 1-11.142 Best. Donald 219 Best Dressed Girl 28 Best, Myra 182 Best, William 182 Beta Sigma Psi 82,83 Bethel, Glenn 211 Betts. Linda 219 Betts, Terry 219 Beuma. Debbie 153 Beumer, Rita 219 Bevard, Thomas 78,219 Bever, Kristine 259 Beyer, William 219 Bibbs. Robert 219 Biebel. Cheryl 220 Biere. Debra 220 Bieri. Carol 220 Bieri, Frances 220 Biggar, William 100 Biggerstaff, Sue 58,183 Biggs. Jeffrey 183 Bill, Scott 220 Bindel, Patricia 220 Bingaman, Rebecca 220 Bird, Carol 183 Birkes, Stephen 262 Birkhead, Velma 170 Bise, Randall 220 Bishop, Forrest 96,211 Bishop- Jones 220 Bishop, Sharon 220 Bissett, John 170 Bitner. Sue 183 Bitner. Teddy 183 Bittiker, Lynda 220 Bixby, Glenn 170 Black, Beverly 211 Black. Gary 96,220 Black, Howard 220 Black, Lloyd 220 Black. Perry 170 Blackmon, James 146,220 Blackwood, Nancy 153,211 Blaine, Janice 220 Blake, Robert 78 Bland, Carol 183 Bland, Darrel 183 Blank, Herbert 183 Blank, Terry 220,259 Blankenship, D. 220 Blankenship, Paul 183 Blaschke, Cynthia 220 Blaylock, Diane 183 Bliefnick, Gary 183 Bloemke, Daniel 220 Bloemke, Michael 183 Bloom. Richard 220 Bloom, Thomas 211 Blue, Larry 183 Blum, James 86.220 Blumenschein, Laura 220 Blumer. Kathleen 220 Blundell, Harry 27,183 Blundell, James 220 Bly, Randy 220 Boan. Margaret 183 Boan, Mark 220 Boan, Ruth 183 Board of Regents 6,7 Bock, Frederic 170 Bodenhamer. Larry 102 Bodenhamer, Michael 102 Bodenslab, Deborah 220 Boeger, Constance 220 Boehm, Randy 220 Boeschen, Bruce 220 Bogan. Larry 183 Bogard, Barbara 183 Boggess, Hal 220 Bognar. Diane 220 Bogner, Charles 183 Buhannon, Donald 220 Bohlen. Donald 170 Bohon, Marsha 220 Bohon, Stanley 211 Bohs, Priscilla 183 Boles. Edward 262 Boles, Walter 170 Boley, Edgar 220 Boley, Michael 220 Bolin, Frank 262 Brammcier. Terry 221 Brandes. Alvin 211 Brandis, William 221 Brandt, Carol 183 Browning. San lirownsbcrgcr. llrownsbcrger. Bolingcr, Joyce 220 Bolingcr, Rebecca 183 Boller, Bob 183 Bollmeyer, Linda 220 Bolton, Jacquclyn 153.220 Boman, Stanley 102 Bonabhan, Deborah 262 Bond, Cynthia 183 Bond. Deborah 259 Bond, Gregory 183 Bond. Janice 220 Bondurant, James 90 Bonnott. Larry 220 Bonsall, Janet 220 Booker, David 220 Boone, David 220 Booth. Tia 220 Bopp. Carl 183 Borchelt, Judith 170 Borcherding, Pamela 220 Borders. Roland 220 Borgman, Carol 220 Borgman, Connie 262 Borgmeyer, Ronald 96,220 Borgstadt, 'Cliff 104.183 Borland, Dale 183 Borum, Ellen 72,220 Bosch, Dennis 259 Bosch, Michelle 220 Boschert. Donald 220 Boss, James 183 Bossaller, Carol 220 Bossaller, Rodney 220 Bossert. Bernard 84,220 Bosso, Louis 170 Boswell, Vernon 220 Bottemuller, Sharon 183 Bouck, Sharon 220 Boulen. Susan 220 Boulware, Cynthia 262 Boulware, Janis 259 Bowen, David 80 Bowen, William 220 Bowers, David 80.220 Bowers, Deborah 220 Bowers, Diane 220 Bowersox, Michael 29,30,86,220 Bowersox, Patricia 220 Bowles, James 259 Bqwlin, Duane 211 Brandt. Delores 221 Brandt, Ralph 183 Brandt, Randall 221 Branson. Jody 221 Brant, Donald 221 Branum, Patricia 221 Braselton, Richard 108 Braselton, Steven 94,108 Braswell. Mary 183 Bratten, Clifford 221 Bratton, Eileen 221 Brattstrom. Paul 170 Braucr, Fred 170 Brayley, David 211 Brazier, James 211 Brengarth. Francis 221 Brennan, Conni 221 Breon, Janice 184 Bresnahan, Dennis 221 Bretall, Cynthia 221 Bretall, Linda 211 Bretall, Robert 211 Brewer. Margaret 262 Brewer. Robert 170 Brewington, William 170 Brewster, Edward 76 Brewster, Vicki 221 Bridges, Lewis 184 Brigadaires 48 Briggs, Glenda 184 Bright, Connie 184 Brillos, Deborah 259 Briner, Kenneth 184 Brines, Diane 259 Brinker, Gail 221 Britt, Donna 221 Brittain, Patricia 221 Britton, James 170 Britton, Roger 221 Britton, Bruce 102 Brizendine, Karen 221 Brock, Baird 170 Brock. Gary 184 Brockmann, Becky 221 Brokkens. Kenneth 170 Brooker, Shirley 184 Brooks, Cynthia 259 Brooks, Deems 170 Brooks, Edith 170 Brooks. George 221 li roy les. llarolj Brozovi ch. Joh Bruce..l1-Idilll 1 Bruce. Richard Bruenger. Stev Brieh, Francis Bruffey, Keith Brumi. Brumle Brumm Brune. Brune. Brenda y. Mich itt, ,Ian Diane I Phyllis Bruner. Debbi. Brunkh Bruno, Bruns- orst, St Larry 3 Richard Bruton. Sue 22 Bryan, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Buchan Buchhe Deboral John 9 Marlin Martha Ricky 4 an, Kel im, Chi Buchhorn. Bar Buck, J Buckha udy 221 nnan. J Buckler, David Buckles, Joan I Buckman, Ben Buckman, Neil Budd. Rickey 1 Buehler, Carmi Bueker. Roy 18 Buell, Michael: Buford, Buford, Gary 2 Greg 1 Buhrmester. R1 'Bukaty, Bullard Michae . Lorinll Bullington, Ben Bulyar, Robert Bumgarner. Ce Bunch. Fred 25 Bunner. Kathlc Burch, Diana 1 Burchet t. Eliza Burditt, Charle Bu rges, Ta mar: Burgess. Johnn Burgess. Teresa Bowling, David 170 Bowman, Paul 183 Boyce, Leon 220 Boyd, Coleen 13,74,183 Brooks, Brooks, Harold 184 Judy 221 Brookshier. Doris 170 Broughton, William 221 Brown, Andrew 170 Burgoyne, Pam Burke, Donald Burke, Nancy 2 Burke. Tim 222 Burkhalter, V. Boyd, Doug 90,220 Boyd, Theodore 167,170 Boydston, Bob 220 Boyer, Deborah 10,11,72,183 Boyle. Evelyn 220 Boyle, James 221 Brown, Ann 221 Brown, Anthony 94 Brown. Becky 72 Brown, Brenda Jane 221 Brown, Claude 169,171 Brown. David 184 Burlingame, Di Burmeister, Pal Burmeister, Ste. Burnell, Donalv Burnett, Don 1 Burnett, James Bozarth, Terry 183 Burnett, Walter Bracher. Tony 82.221 Brachtesend, Nancy 221 Brackman, Judith 221 Bradley, Cortez 211 Bradley, Francie 156 Bradley, Laura 221 Bradley, Lynda 221 Bradley, Melissa 221 Bradley , Patricia 221 Brown, Deborah 151,154,184 Brown, Denise 221 Brown, Don 167 Brown, Gary 140,141,184 Brown, Gloria 154 Brown, Harold 100,184,112 Brown, Joyce 262 Brown, Kathy 221 Brown, Mark 146 Brown, Nancy 221 Burney. Carin I Burns. Beverly Burns, Debra 2 Burns, Duke 22 Burns. Patricia Burns. Rich 142 Burr, Robert lfl Burrell, Diana Burris. Jan 184 Bradley, Theola 170 Bradley, William 183 Bradshaw, Deborah 221 Bradshaw, Linda 221 Brady. Carolyn 183 Brady. Charles 221 Brady, Donald 221 Brager. Linest 183 Brame, Joan 183 Brame, William 170 268 Brown. Patricia 211 Brown, Ralph 184 Brown, Randy 184 Brown. Rebecca 184 Brown, Roy 221 Brown, Stanley 221 Brown, Stanton 262 Brownfield, Mary 221 Brownfield, Mitzi 259 Browning, Madelon 221 Burrows Burton, , Myro Linda Burton. Michae Burton. Randal Burton, Robert Burton. Russell Busby, J im 142 Bushmeyer. Wi! Buster, Rim 184 Butcher. Janice Carder, Gary 222 1 4,184 L4 ,112 1 Bronning. Sandy 221 lirtmn-slit-rgcr. C. l,. 137,138,221 Brtmnslicrgcr. 1. l.. 221 llroylcs. Carolyn 221 Brozotich. .lohn 142 Bruce, Judith 221 Bruce, Richard 184 Brucngcr, Steve 144 Brich. Francis 184 Bruffey, Keith 184 Brumi, Brenda 221 Bramley, Michael 221 Brummitt, James 108 Brune, Diane 221 Brune, Phyllis 221 Bruner, Debbie 221 Brunkhorst, Steve 82,221 Bruno, Larry 30,221 Bruns, Richard 141,142.143,22l Bruton. Sue 221 Bryan, Deborah 60,221 Bryant. John 90,221 Bryant, Marlin 34,55,84,182 Bryant, Martha 221 Bryant, Ricky 68.221 Buchanan, Kenneth 221 Buehheim, Charles 184 Buchhorn, Barbara 221 Buck. Judy 221 Buckhannan, Judith 262 Buckler, David 221 Buckles, Joan 171 Buckman, Ben 221 Buckman, Neil 221 Budd, Rickey 184 Buehler, Carmen 171 Bueker, Roy 184 Buell, Michaele 221 Buford, Gary 221 Buford, Greg 184 Buhrmester, Robert 141,221 Bukaty, Michael 262 Bullard, Loring 222 Bullington, Becky 222 Bulyar, Robert 222 Bumgarner, Cecil 171 Bunch, Fred 222 Bunner. Kathleen 222 Burch, Diana 184 Burchett. Elizabeth 222 Burditt, Charles 211,222 Burges, Tamara 222 Burgess, Johnny 184 Burgess, Teresa 68,222 Burgoyne, Pamela 222 Burke, Donald 171 Burke, Nancy 222 Burke, Tim 222 Burkhalter, V. L. 222 Burlingame, Dorothea 184 Burmeister, Patti 222 Burmeister. Steve 104.226 Burnell. Donald 184 Burnett, Don 104 Burnett, James 222 Burnett, Walter 171 Burney, Carin 222 Burns. Beverly 262 Burns, Debra 222 Burns, Duke 222 Burns, Patricia 222 Burns, Rich 141 Burr, Robert 108 Burrell, Diana 151 Burris, Jan 184 Burrows Burton, Burton, , Myron 262 Linda 60,121,222 Michael 222 Burton, Randalph 184 Burton, Robert 222 Burton, Russell 262 Busby. Jim 142 Bushmeyer, William 171 Buster, Rita 184 Butcher, Janice 184 Butler, Aaron 171 Butler, Ben 222 Butler. Catherine 222 l1ut1cr.Jack 18-1 Butler, Jacqueline 211 Butler. Shirley' 262 Butler, Steven 184 Butner. Bonita 184 Butncr, Deborah 222 Buttell, Robert 211 Butterfield, Julie 222 Butterworth, Karen 222 Button, Wayne 222 Butts, Deborah 222 Butts, Ellen 184 Butts, Flaycl 184 Butts, Micheal 108 Byassee, Gloria 184 Byers, Kay 155 Byers, Lavern 88.185 Byers, Louclla 154,184 Bynum, Milton 211 Bynum, Pete 92 Byrd, Marquita 185 Byrne, Mary 154,259 Byrne, Michael 222 Byrne, Thomas 94,185 Byrum, Nancy 185 Bywaler. Nancy 185 Cabanas, Thomas 222 Cable, Linda 211 Cadigan, Susan 222 Cadwell, John 222 Cafferata, Michael 222 Cagle, Valeria 222 Caine, William 222 Cairer. John 222 Cairns. Becky 154 Calahan, Paul 135 Caldwell, Linda 222 Cale, Andrea 222 Calhoun, Lori 222 Call, Gerald 222 Call, Robert 211 Csllen, Rodney 96 Calovich, Frank 262 Calton, Kathryn 185 Cameron, David 222 Cameron, James 211 Cameron, Patricia 222 Cameron, Richard 222 Cameron, Sydney 58 Campbell, Barbara 222 Campbell, Kathy 185 Campbell, Martha 185 Campbell, Ruth 222 Campbell, Sally 222 Campbell, Vicki 185 Candido, Toni 185 Canfield, Allen 80,185 Cannon, Eva 222 Canote, Don 222 Cantrell, Gary 222 Cantrell, James 222 Cap1c,yRegina 68 Carder, Ronald 18,19.185 Carder, Sherry 222 Cardona, Cynthia 222 Carew, Kathy 74,222 Carey, Christine 222 Carey, Thomas 84,222 Carle. Patricia 222 Carleton, Richard 76,222 Carlile, Greg 167 Carlson, Carol 222 Carlson, Karin 222 Carlson, Kay 171 Carmichael. Jack 168.171 Carmichael. Kenneth 102.222 Carmichael. Kathryn 58,222 Carnnahan, Patricia 222 Carolla, Sam 211 Carpenter, Carol 222 Carpenter. Joyce 222 Carr, Charles 88,141 Carr, Cheryl 185 Carr, Rita 222 Carrcndcr, Linda 222 Carroll, Margaret 185 Carroll. Trcta 185 Carter. Charles 212 Carter, Connie 222 Carter. Datid 185 Carter, Elton 223 Carter, Karen 212 Carter, Katherine 223 Carter, Ken 185 Carter, Marcena 185 Carter, Roger 98 Carter, Sara 223 Carter, Stanley 185 Carter. Terry' 9-1 Carter, Yvonne 185 Carver. John 104,185 Casady, Carmie 17.1 Case, Merl 171 Case, Sandra 39.511.60.223 Castaner, David 171 Castiglia. Steve 144 Castle, Conan 171 Castricone, Mike 144 Castricone, Pat 144 Catalina, Marc 223 Cates, Rick 144 Cates. Roger 98,225 Cathern, Michael 223 Catherson, Ronald 223 Causey. James 82 Cauthon, David 223 Cearley, Curtis 76,80.223 Cecil, Gregory 223 Cellier, Cindy 223 Cellmer, Nancy 185 Cenatiempo. Marca 223 Chakour, Frederick 223 Chalquist, Hollis 169,171 Chamberlin, Nancy 185 Chambers, Melody 223 , Chambers, Patrick 223 Chandler, Barbara 223 Chandler, Teri 223 Chandler, Thelma 66 Chaney, Chris 185 Chapin, Gordon 171 Chapman, Carol 223 Chapman, Donna 64 Chapman, Nancy 259 Charles, Brent 104,223 Chase, Anne 43,68 Chase, Kay 223 Chastine. Deborah 223 Cheatham. Richard 171 Cheek, Barbara 223 Cheek. Deborah 223 Cheerleaders 120,121 Childs, Linda 185 Chiles, Karen 223 Chinnery, Ann 223 Chinnery, Gary' 262 Chitsaz, Hassan 223 Chitwood, Scott 223 Chmidling, Becky' 223 Chrisman, Barbara 171 Chrisman, Debbie 223 Christmas, Rose 223 Cipo11a,Janettc 185 Clancey, JBIUES 103 Clants, Lynda 223 Clardy, Betty 171 Clark, Bonnie 259 Clark, Charles 212 269 Clark. t.hrt-tint: 68 Clark. llelmrah 162 Clark. lu crctl 162 Clark. Gerald 223 Clark. lxarcn .1211 Clark. lxathry n 221 Clark. 11 art 171 Clark. Natha 223 Clark. Robert 212 Clark. Tore-a 259 Clatt. Donald 225 Claunrh. .limmlc 2221 Claxton. Tony 91.185 ct... wa lliam 212 Clayton. Dorothy 185 Clear. Cathy 223 Clcater. Larry 22.1 Clemens. Michelle 223 Clem mons, Larry 185 Clemons. Janet 223 Clemons. Randall 223 Clcteland. Gregory 142.259 Cletclanrl. Wayne 171 Clcyengc Cliburn, r. Robert 185 Brenda 223 Cliffc, Diana 223 Clifford, Patrick 223 Clifton. Larry 212 Clinc, Audie 223 Cline. Lloyd 185.262 Clingan, Mary 185 Clinklngbeard. M. 56.223 Closson. Denise 79.223 Cluff, Norman 86,223 Clutter, Deanna 223 Clutter. Marcia 185 CMS-TV Coatney, 166.167 Ruth 223 Coats, Deborah 223 Cobb, Deborah 212,223 Co bb. Li n dsey 162 Cobb. Nora 185 Cobb. Thomas 262 Cochran, Carol 223 Cochran, Cole 142 Cochran, Harry 212,223 Cochran. William 223 Cockrell, Debra 223 Cockrill, Coe, 1-'re Coffel. .l Coffel, S Chris 223 d 223 ohn 185 cheryl 223 Coffey, Richard 55.104123 Cogan, Daniel 171 Cogan, Esther 185 Cogan, Vivian 185 Cogburn. Katherync 223 Cohen. Rebecca 223 Cohoon. Bruce 262 Coker, Robert 171 Cole. Anthony 223 Cole, Brenda 212 Cole. Dan 223 Cole. Daryl 185 Coleman. Carolyn 68 Coleman. Eyelinc 223 Coleman. Jerry 142 Coleman. Kelly 111 Coleman. Michael 102.223 Coleman. Russ 18.21.171 Coleman. Stephen 262 Collegiate 4--H Club 17 Collier, Ronald 108,110,223 Collins. Dennis 101 Collins. John 262 Collins. Patricia 224 Collins. Peggy 262 Collins, Sondra T2 Collobert. Terric 22-1 Collura. James 102 Colyin. Mcltin 224 Combs, Jackie 224 Comegys, Dan 1-12.1-16.223 Comens. Gary 76.135 Comer. Nicholas 221 1 I Comer. Randall 262 Comstock. Belly 22-1 Conard, Condon Conley . Gary 262 . Debra 224 Linda 186 Conn, Richard 186 Connell Connely Conner, Conner. Conner, Conner, , Linda 39,22-I , Cathy 224 Brenda 186 Debra 224 Judy 224 Melody 22-1 Conner. Theresa'a24 Connett, Betty 262 Connett, David 262 Connors, Patricia 2 4 Conover, James 224 Constan ce, Byron 6, Conway, Gary 262 Conway, Kay 56 ' Conway, William 224' Cook, Danny 100 , Cook, David 259 J Cook, Debra 186 Cook, Donald 224 Cook, Joyce 244 Cook, Peggy 224 Cook, R Cook, T obert 224,262 homas 186 Cook ey Vicki 224 3 1 Cooley, Bonnie 259 Coombs, Deborah 224 Cox, Sharon 186 Cox, Stephen 186 Cox, Susan 186 Cox, Terry 186 Cox, Ti molhy 224 Cox, Vicki 224 Cox, William 262 Cox, Wilma 224 Coxon, John 78,224 Crabb, Sharolyn 186 Crabtree, Jewell 171 Crabtree, Jewell S. 224 Crabtree, Joyce 186 Crabtree, Linda 224 Craft, Connie 60 Crahan, Mark 224 Craig, Berniece 171 Craig, Deborah 224 Craig, John 186 Craig, Patricia 186 Craig. Rickey 224 Craig, Rita 64,224 Craig, Thomas 224 Craig, William 186,262 Craigg, Ernest 262 Crall, Theron 186 Cramer, Charles 224 Cramer , Charles 224 Cramer, Deborah 224 Cramer, Dwight 224 Cramer Crane, . Jane 224 Betty 212 Cummons, Ronald 86,225 Cumpton, Carol 225 Cumpton, Marcus 225 Cundiff, Patricia 186 Cunnifl, Maureen 186 Cunning. Linda 225 Cunningham, J. 6,7 Cunningham. K. 225 Cunningham, Maurice 225 Cunningham, Peggy 186 Cupp, James 186 Curl, Bruce 262 Curnut Curren t, Alice 225 ce, Kathryn 225 Curry, Allieze 225 Curry, Barry 225 Curry, Jerry 225 Curry, Lawrence 212 Curry, Ruby 154 Curry, Terry 225 Curtin, Richard 212 Curtis, Daniel 171 Curtis, Gary 171 Curtis, Linda 212 Curtis, Lisa 225 Curtis, Michael 225 Curtis, Norvin 171 Curtis, Ronald 171 Cutler, Loren 262 DeGeronimo, Toni 226 Ruth 224 Donovan. Robert 1 Delozier, Wesley 90 Coon, Dale 186 Coon, Gilbert 171 Cooper, Connie 186 Cooper, Glen 224 Cooper, Lamonte 124,126,127 Cooper. Larry 212 Cooper, Patsy 186 Cooper, Terry 186 Cooper, Wanda 224 Cooper, Willa 224 Cooper, David 224 Copas, Paula 224 Cope. Jackie 224 Cope. Ronald 186 Copeland Georgia 224 Corbett, Joseph 224 Corbin, Cathryn 224 Corcoran, Malcolm 186 Cordaro, Linda 212 Cord ray, Crane, George 224 Crane, Juanita 262 Crane, Larry 102,224 Crass, Michael 224 Craven, Cheryl 186 Craven, Sherralyn 171 Dabbs, Robert 225 Crawford, Barbara 225 Crawford, Darlene 225 Crawford, Deborah 225 Crawford, Karen 186 Crawford, Lisa 225 Crawford, Melinda 225 Crawford, Michael 186,225 Crawford, Mitchell 186 Crawford, Rebecca 225 Crawford, Susan 224 Crawford, Wayne 212 Creighton, Wilda 171 Crenshaw, Carol 225 Crenshaw, Florence 225 Corey, Gordon 186 Cornelius, Elaine 224 Cornett, Garry 224 Cornett, Sandy 186 Cornett, William 212 Cornwell, Elaina 224 Corpening, David 212 Correa, Christopher 224 Cory, Roger 86 Coston, James 108,224 Cothern, Mike 162 Couch. Jan 186 Coulter, Forrest 212 Coulter, Kathryn 224 Coumerilh, Mary 224 Coupe, Mikc 224 Courtney, Marcia 224 Couty, Carol 224 Crenshaw, Jacquelyn 225 Crigger, Wanda 225 Cringan, Frances 225 Crismon, Judy 225 Crist, Cathy 34,56,186 Dabis, James 225 Dahlem, James 225 Dahms, Deborah 186 Dailey. Jewell 225 Dailey, Robert 225 Dailey, Thomas 102,225 Daily, Linda 259 Daily, Stephen 186 Daley, Mary 225 Dalzell, Mike 225 Dameron, George 80,225 Danforth, Deborah 225 Daniels, David 171 Daniels, Jeanie 64,121 Daniels, Nancy 225 Daniels, Shelly 225 Dankert, Sherry 225 Danley, Gary 225 Danley, Linda 58,186 Cove, Pa mela 224 Covell, Grace 224 Cowan, Charla 212 Cowan. Stanley 224 Cowick, Dennis 224 Cowley, Mary 259 Cox, Brenda 212,259 Cox, Clifford 224 Cnr. John 262 Cox. Judy 259 Cox, Kathy 58,224 Cox, Linda 259 Cox. Mary 224 Cox, Paul 94,186 Cox. Robert 142,143,224 Crist, Gayle 225 Crist, Mary 225 Crockett, John 171 Cross, Michael 76 Crouch, Robin 90,225 Crouns e, Willson 171 Crow, Bruce 104 Crowder, Wanda 43,225 Crowley, David 225 Crowley, Raymond 186 Crull. Connie 225 Crum. Joyce 225 Crump, Gail 171 Crump, Crynes, Cubine, Cullen, Tanna 225 Doug 144,146 Annetta 259 David 225 Culler, Teresa 186 Culp, Geral 171 Culp, Leland 6,7 Culp, Ron 138 Cummings, Brenda 225 Cummings, Ginger 225 Cummings, Karen 186 Cummings, Patrick 225 Cummins, Gene 225 Cummins. Kenneth 80 Cummins. Sandy 225 Daugherity, James 212 Daugherty, Linda 12,68,187 Davenport, H. 225 Davenport, Harbert 171 Davidson, Betty 225 Davidson, Bob 141,262 Davidson, John 225 Davidson, Mary 212 Davidson, Michael 102 Davidson, Patti 187 Davies, John 187 Davies, Marion 171 Davila, Guillermo 171 Davis, Allen 225 Davis, Dianne 43,68 Davis. Charlotte 187 Davis, Chery 171 Davis, Cynthia 225 Davis. Daniel 187 Davis. Deborah 187 Davis, Doris 187 Davis, Dwight 171 Davis, Eddie 262 Davis, Galen 187 Davis, Harold 225 Davis, Jack 141 Davis, Janet 225 Davis, Jeffery 262 270 Davis. Joyce 187 Davis, Keith 225 Davis, Larry 187 Davis, Mary 187 Davis, Neil 225 Davis, Rebecca 225 Davis, Roger 225 Davis, Russell 212 Davis, Scott 262 Davis. Shadrack 212 Davis, Shirley 262 Davis, Sonja 225 Davis, Tim 43 Davison, Vernon 212 Dawson, Linda 187 Dawson, Pamela 68 Day, Arnold 225 Day. Joan 225 Dean, Jayne 212 Dean, Marsha 225 Dean, Sandra 187 Dearmond, Carolyn 212 Deatherage, Karen 226 DeBard, Dennis 226 Debolt, John 90,226 Decker, Ruth 259 Decker, Wallace 96 Dee, William 171 Deel, Chip 98,144 Deer, Cheryl 263 Deer, Katie 226 Deerberg, Darrell 187 Defoe, Constance 259 Deforest, Kathryn 226 Defrain, David 171 Defreece, Judy 226,262 Defreece, Kenneth 226 Dehart, Frank 226 Dehart, Judith 187 Dehaven, Brenda 226 Dehn, Betty 226 Dehn, Tommy 187 Deke, Thomas 226 Delaney, Barron 88,187 Delaney, Bernice 171 Delany, William 187 Delaroche, Susan 226 Delgado, Maria 187 Delislc, Marvel 64,187 Dclmonl, Carla 262 Delta Chi 84,85 Delta Sigma Theta 66,67 Delta Tau Alpha 51 Delta Upsllon 86,87 Delta Zeta 68,69 Demand, Leslie 100 Demott, Edith 171 Denham, Dorothy 226 Denham, Edward 172 Denker, Roger 108,146,172 Denman, Margaret 172 Denning, El Virga 172 Dennis, Candice 262 Dennis, Margaret 262 Denny, Everett 226,263 Denton, Jean 212 Depoortere, Gary 263 Deppensmith, Janice 226 Derick, Darlene 187 Dersham, Thomas 187 Deruvo, Ann 259 Desherlia, Betty 226 Desmond, Gregory 187 Deubler, John 226 Devenny, Nina 172 Devries, Rodney 187 Dewey, Thomas 226 ' Dewitt, Dwight 226 Dey, Gary 226 Dias, Paula 226 Diblasi, Frank 226 Dick, Cheryl 226 Dick, Danny 212 Dickbrcder, Willi. Dickey. Billy 187 Dickey. Deborah I Dickey. James 55: Dickhcrber, Mary Dickinson, Carol I Dickmann, Ann 6 Dickson, Deborah Dickson, Kathleen Dickson, Robert 1 Dieekhoff, Dale 85 Dieckhoff, Patrici. Diehl, Martha 212 Diehl, Sherrie 226 Diekmann. Jo Ani Diemer, Susan 181 Dierking, Angela 1 Dierking, Deboral Dierking, Donna 1 Dierks, Daniel 22t Diffenderfer, Jam. Dillahunty. Donal Dilley, Larry 172 Dillingham, Jack , Dillon, Ed 226 Dingus, Lyle 226 Dinkins, Patricia I Dinkins, Robert 22 Dinse, Carol 226 Dischman, Jennie Distler, Deborah 2 Ditsch, Susan 226 Dittmer, Elaine li Dixon, Les 146 Dixon, Steven 90,2 Doak, David 226 Doak, Stanley 226 Dobson, Kathleen Dobson, Larry 212 Dockery, Martha 1 Dodds, James 226 Dodson, Michael 2 Doelling, Elaine 2 Doelling, Ned 226 Doke, Timothy 16 Dolecki, Joseph 17 Doll, Dallas 187 Doll, David 226 Donath, Donald 1' Donley, Lana 72 Donnington, Sheri Dooley. Jackie 100 Dooley, Karen 226 Dooley, Mary 150,. Dooley, William 2 Dorn, Nancy 60,18 Dorner, Darrell lf Doss, Woody 226 Dotson, Diann 188 Dougherty, Sharor Doutt, Sam 172 Dover, Carol 188 Dowling, Lawrenc: Downey, Stephen . Downie, William I Downing, Beth 221 Downing, Cathy It Downing, Pamela Dtlwns, William 17 Dozier, Vicki 226 Draheim, Richard Drake, Charles 172! Drake, Martha 259 Drake, Sarah 226 Drake, Virginia 18 Dramaties 22-27 DNPYF. Howard 9r Draper, S. 96 Drehle. Elaine 226 Drewes, David 94,2 Drexel, Doris 226 Driskel, Nancy 226 Driskell, Charles 2 Drummond, Paul Eisinger, Donald 188 Eldredge, James 227 Dusheke, Susan 72,227 7 b 7 1,67 6,172 2 2 73 226 7 L7 Dickbreder. William 80,187 Dickey. Billy 187 Dickey. Deborah 226 Dickey. James 55,90 Dicklterbcr. Mary' 187 Dickinson, Carol 226 Diekmann, Ann 68,226 Dickson, Deborah 39,613,187 Dickson, Kathleen 187 Dickson, Robert 102,226 Dicckholf, Dale 82,187 Dieckhoff, Patricia 226 Diehl, Martha 212 Diehl, Sherrie 226 Diekmann, Jo Anne 226 Diemer, Susan 187 Dierking, Angela 226 Dierking, Deborah 187 Dierking, Donna 226 Dierks, Daniel 226 Diffenderfer, James 104,187 Dillahunty, Donald 226 Dilley, Larry 172 Dillingham. Jack 55,102,226 Dillon, Ed 226 Dingus, Lyle 226 Dinkins, Patricia 226 Dinkins, Robert 226 Dinse, Carol 226 Disehman. Jennie 226 Distler, Deborah 226 Ditsch, Susan 226 Dittmer, Elaine 187 Dixon, Les 146 Dixon, Steven 90,226 Doak, David 226 Doak, Stanley' 226 Dobson, Kathleen 226 Dobson, Larry 212 Dockery, Martha 187 Dodds, James 226 Dodson, Michael 212 Doelling, Elaine 226 Doelling, Ned 226 Doke, Timothy 167,226 Dolecki, Joseph 172 Doll, Dallas 187 Doll, David 226 Donath, Donald 172 Donley, Lana 72 Donnington, Sherry 153,187 Donovan, Robert 187 Dooley. Jackie 100,187 Dooley, Karen 226 Dooley, Mary 150,151 Dooley, William 226 Dorn, Nancy 60,188 Dorner, Darrell 100 Doss, Woody 226 Dotson, Diann 188 Dougherty, Sharon 259 Doutt, Sam 172 Dover, Carol 188 Dowling, Lawrence 188 Downey, Stephen 104 Downie, William 226 Downing, Beth 226 Downing, Cathy 188 Downing, Pamela 226 Downs, William 172 Dozier, Vicki 226 Draheim, Richard 212 Drummond,-Richard 226 Drunert, Maxry 212 Dryer. Carolyn 212 Drysdulc, Don 55,10-1,226 Duhbert, Patrick 104,146,226 Duckworth, Karen 226 Duckworth, Lonny 46,188 Dudley, Carolyn 227 Dudley, Danny 86.212 Dudley, Ruth 188 Duenke, Dennis 100,227 Duens Duffy, Duke, ing. Karen 259 Karen 28,38,72 James 86,1-41,142,227 Duke. Mary 48,611,188 Duley. James 227 Dull, Joyce 263 Dumlcr, Brenda 172 Dunavant, Nancy 151,154,15S,2l2 Duncan, David 227 Duncan, Pamela 188 Duncan, Robert 212 Duncan, Steven 188 Duncan, Susanne 227 Dunlord, Nancy 227 Dunham, Patricia 227 Dunlap, Kenneth 227 Dunlap, Richard 172 Dunla Dunn, Dunn, p. Robert 227 Jackie 172 Robert 188 Dunn, Ron 104 Dunn, Susan 227 Drake, Charles 172 Drake, Martha 259 Drake, Sarah 226 Drake, Virginia 188 Dramatica 22-27 Draper, Howard 96 Draper, S. 96 Drehle, Elaine 226 Drewes, David 94,226 Drexel, Doris 226 Driskel, Nancy 226 Driskell, Charles 226 Drummond, Paul 124 Dunning, William 227 Dupree, Darwin 263 Durant, Robert 92 Durham, Charles 43,86 Durham, Darcy 227 Durham, Donald 188 Durham, Randel 227 Dusheke, Sharon 72,188 Duskin, Clinton 227 Dutton, Ruth 227 Dutton, Sandra 227 Duvenick, Bob 78,227 Dyas, Carla 227 Dyche, Charles 76.188 Dye. Beverly 227 Dye, Susan 227 Dye, Vickie 188 Dyer. Candance 227 Dyer, Charles 227 Eadcs, William 227 Eakins, Charles 227 Earnest, Suzanne 227 Eason, Georgia 36,37,54,72.227 Eastep, Robert 227 Eastin, Anne 227 Eatherton, Gary 227 Eatherton, Reylene 227 Eaton, Sharon 62,188 Eaves, Roger 263 Eberle, Timothy 227 Ebersold,,1anifer 13,188 Ebersold, Marvin 96,227 Ebert, Linda 263 Ebert, Robert 227 Eberting, Dianna 227 Eckard, Danny 227 Eekelkamp, Gary 227 Eekhoff, Barbara 212 Eckhofl, David 188 Eckhoff, Kathleen 227 Eckhoff, Larry 212 Eckinger, Steve 137.138 Edde, Paula 227 Edge. Leila 263 Edmonds, James 227 Edmondson, Jeffrey 227 Edmunds, Tom 168,172 Edwards, Linda 34.64.188 Edwards, Lizalietli 212 Edwards, Nancy' 188 Edwards, Patricia 263 Edwards, Thomas 188 Effertz, Gloria 43.227 Egeland, ,Ierry 98 Egclston, Martha 172 Eggers, Connie 72,227 Eggleston. ,lack 263 Egly. Deanna 188 Ehler, La Donna 58 Eichholz, Jane 227 Eichman, Sharon 227 Eidson, Etsel 227 Eidson, Martha 227 Eifert, Elaine 212 Eimer, Linda 74 Einerson, Michael 227 Eisenhauer, Bruce 84 Eisenrcich, Robert 227 Eiserer, Dwight 227 Eiserer, Judy 227 Ek, Leia 188 Eken, Carolyn 259 Elam, Lynda 227 Eldred, Rosemary 188 Eldridge, Nina 227 Elkins, Nancy 227 Ellersieek, Jerry 188 Ellerson, Anita 227 Elliott, Alice 172 Elliott, Bessie 172 Elliot, Brenda 227 Elliott, John 55,102,227 Elliott, Linda 227 Elliott, Lucille 13,72 Elliott, Randall 227 Elliott, Robert 227 Ellis, Adrienne 259 Ellis, Deborah 188 Ellis Dennis 227 Ellis Dewey 227 Ellis Edwin 172 Ellis. Jeremy 188 Ellis Kirk 188 Ellis Randy' 227 Ellis, Tim 227 Ellis, William 227 Elseman, Beverly' 227 Elseman, Sarah 227 Elsenrath, Dale 227 Elwell, Dennis 188 Emerson. John 172 Emily, Dolres 228 Emis, Nancy' 228 Engelbrecht, Jennifer 188 Engelmeier, Gary 228 England, Anna 263 Engle, Elizabeth 172 Englebrake, Matt 10-1,228 English Club 47 English, Gloria 172 Epperly, Ronnie 228 Epperson, Mary' 228 Erdman, Cynthia 228 Erhardt, James 228 Erhardt, Karen 228 Erickson, Joe 90,228 Erickson, John 172 Erickson, Marlys 263 Erickson, Roger 228 Erickson, Susan 263 Erisman. Kathryn 172 Ernst, Leanne 259 Ernst, Thomas 228 Ersery, Sheila 228 Ervin, Ellen 212 Erwinc. Terry 212 271 ig-.ht-7.1.1. i.. hmm.. nm l'lsthl1man.1lerl:crt 171 lf-lit-lman. Dattll 172 Eshelman. Jani' 128 E-ht-lmart. Jantrl 31.68.1118 Eikfk. Gail 2211 Eskevv. James 1011.238 Esmaeilzadeli. 31. 228 Espeer. Steve 100 Essex, Linda 228 Essock. Alfred 172 Estill. Wanda 228 Estrada. John 228 Ethridge. Karen 228 Etling, Sheryl 172 Euberg, JoAnne 239 Eudy, Lawrence 188 Evans. Ann 228 Evans. Anna 228 Evans, Barry 228 Ex ans, George 228 Evans. John 212 Evans. Marilyn 228 Evans, Michael 263 Evans, Wilba 228 Evans, Willa 188 Eveleth, Robert 172 Evcrard. Richard 228 Everard. Susan 188 Ewbank, Katherine 228 Ewens. Robert 263 Ewcrt, Gary 228 Ewing, Sandra 228 Eye. Bruce 162.2611 Faliiani. Donna 12.61.1811 Faculty 170-180 Fagenstrom, Bunny 188 Fagenstrom, Carol 228 Fahle, David 228 Fain. Steve 259 Fair, Lenora 70,188 Fairbanks, Stephen 228 Falco, Kathryn 189 Falgren, Lloyd 172 Fallen, Raymond 259 Falls. Jay 189 Fangmann, Brenda 228 Fann, Raymond 189 Farley, Michael 18,189 Farmer. Carla 228 Farr, Deborah 189 Farr, James 228 Farrand, Cynthia 27 Farrell, Grace 228 Farrell, Roberta 228 Farrington. L. 96,189 Farrington, Rodney 162,263 Farris, Kenneth 228 Farris, Ronald 228 Faubion, Francine 189 Faulk, Dennis 172 Faulkenberry, Diann 223 Fears, Wayne 228 Fecht, Michael 228 Feitz, Dale 212 Fclker, Susan 228 Felten, Robert 228 Fender, David 189 Fendrick, lris 228 Fenley, John 172 Fennel, Richard 212 Fennewald, Julius 228 Fenton, Vicki 189 Fenwick, Alan 228 Ferguson, Dora 189 Ferguson, Gail 228 Ferguson, JUNE! 213 George, Joe 230 Ferguson. Joseph 228 Ferguson. Kathy 189 Ferrell, Paul 228 Ferris. Julia 228 Fetter, Linda 189 Fetzer, Douglas 94 Fcuers, Rosanne 228 Fevold, Larry 146 1-'it-lt, Sheryl 228 Firke, Rhonda 228 Fickel, Connie 228 Fidler, Bob 1721 Fiedler, Steven 228 Field, Carmoleta 172 Fields. Gene 172 Fields. Mary 228 Ifielils, Paul 189 l Fields. Tommie lv 8 Fiene, Connie 228 Fiene. David 189 Fienc, Kay 228 X Figg, Harold 189 Fight. Ronald 263 Files, Charles 228 Filippi. Salvatore 78 Fincher, Gerald 228 Finger. John 189 Fingland. Judy 74,228 Finks, Patricia 228 Finlay, Sherwin 228 Finley, Michael 228 Finn, Barbara 228 Finn. Robert 189 Fiorentino, Elaine 172 Fischer, Barbara 189 Fischer, Dorothy 263 Fischer. Jerry 213 Fischer, Larry 82 Fischer, Marie 228 Fischer. Sheryl 229 Fisher. Leroy 172 Fisher, Linda 229 Fisher, Marie 229 Fisher, Pamela 229 Fisher, Stephen 189 Fisher, Susan 189 Fisher, Ted 90 Fitch, Lyle 229 Fitterling, Cindy 229 Fitterling, Ronald 229 Flanagan, Malcolm 172 Flandermeyer, Roger 172 Flaningam, Michael 172 Fleming, Bruce 229 Fleming, Janet 229 Fletcher, John 189 Fletcher, Margaret 229 Fletcher, Patricia 213 Flint A gela 229 Flint, D nna 172 Flippin. Garey 229 Flippin, Judy 229 Flippin, Lynn 229 Flocker, Vicki 229 Flood, R. 172 Flori, Florence 229 Flowers, Michelle 213 Flucke, Ray 229 Fluharty, Susan 189 Fluke, Elaine 189 Foerstel, Carol 259 Fletcher, Randy 263 . I n o Foertsch, Joseph 137,213 Fohey, Richard 124,128,129,135,l89 Foley, William 172 Follett. Michael 229 Follette, Jeromy 263 Foltz, Thomas 263 Fondren, Deborah 64.121,229 Fontenot, Barbara 229 Football 108-119 Foote, Cynthia 229 Ford, Cheryl 229 Ford, David 263 Ford, Gene 229 Ford. Leslie 229 Forgey, Da11iel 263 Fnrgey, John 172 ' Forman, William 172 Forman, Wi1lian1C. 213 Forniss. Clinton 92,189 Forniss. Melvia 189 Forster, Ann 229 Forsythe, Charles 229 Forsythe, Robert 229 Fort. Randy 146 Fortncr, Janet 229 Foreword 2 Fossey, Robert 212 Foster, Augustus 172 Foster, Betty 229 Foster. Carl 168,172 Foster. James 189 Foster, Jeff 229 Foster. Kathryn 229 Foster, Kenneth 263 Foster, Martin 189 Foster, Randy 229 Foster, William 172 Foth, Mary 229 Fowler, Edwin 263 Fowler, Kenneth 259 Fowler, Linda 12,68 Fowler, Martha 189 Fox, Deborah 229 Fox, Donald 173 Fox, Patricia 58,229 Fox, Teresa 189 Foxworthy, Carolyn 229 Francis, James 189 , Francis, Keith 141,189 1 Frank, Omer 173 Franken, Cherrie 189 Franken, Jacquline 189 Franklin, Jean 229 Franks, Kathy 189 Frankum, Kenneth 80,189 Franz, Melvin 173 Fray, Richard 86 Frazier, Brenda 229 Frazier, Dave 142 Frazier, Denise 229 Frazier, James 213 Frazier, Olin 173 Frederick, Victor 189 Fredersdorff, Nora 229 Freeman, Colleen 189 Freeman, Constance 229 Freeman. James 229 Freeman, .lanann 13,74 Freeman, Marcia 229 Freese, Allen 229 Freeze, Pearl 189 French. Loyd 229 Frerking, Douglas 229 Frey, Barbara 229 Frey, Henry 213 Frey, Larry 229 Frey, Pamela 259 Fricke. Norman 55,212,229 Fridel. Vicki 229 Friedberg, Paul 229 Friederichs, Carol 189 Friederichs, M. 229 Friel. John 190 Friend, Barbara 62,190 Fries. Karen 229 Friesz, Patricia 229 Fricze, Diana 229 Fritchie, Duane 146,190 Fritis. Steven 76.229 Fritzemeyer, Sandra 190 Frost, Linda 190 Frost, Phyllis 229 Frueh, Mary 229 Fry, Charlene 229 Fry, Dwight 190 Fry. Richard 190 Fry, Teresa 190 Fuchs, Gary 229 Fuenimcler, Roger 229 Fugatc, Dale 263 Fulk, Emma 213 Fulks, Charles 190 Fulks, Robert 102 Fuller. Joanne 229 Fullerton, Vicki 229 Funk, Barbara 229 Funk, James 213 Fllrrcy, Bob 213 Gabbert. Elvin 100 Gabriel, Janice 190 Gabriel, Stephen 190 Gaddis, Larry 263 Gaines, Gregory 104 Gaines, James 190 Gaines, T. Rawleigh 169,173 Galbraith, Diana 229 Galbrecht, Frank 229 Gamm, James 263 Gann, Glen 190 Gant, Daniel 190 Garamillo, Cathey 190 Garber, Diana 229 Garber, Gary 229 Garber, Randall 96,229 Garcia, Cathy 154 Garcia, Laura 229 Garcia, Patricia 230 Gardner. Jack 230 Gardner, Raymond 190 Gardner, Steve 230 Garey, Clifford 173 Garner, Jean 173 Garnett, Beverly 230 Garnett, Deborah 230 Garrett, Blaine 190 Garrett, Larry 86,149,190 Garrison. Linda 56,230 Garry, Pat 141 Garten, Ted 173 Gary, Paul 80 Gassen, Linda 230 Gaster, Charles 230 Gaylord, Teddy 230 Geary. Janet 190 Geary, William 230 Gebelein. Donna 68,190 Gee, Thomas 230 Geffert, Barbara 43,230 Genge, Milton 173 Genovese, Joe 78 Gentry, Gary 230 Gentry, Kathy 230 Gentry, Norman 230 George, Denise 230G Gerber, John 190 Gerguson, Dan 263 Gerke, Kenneth 190 Gerke, Larry 230 Gerke, Sharon 230 Germann, Rita 230 Germann, Ronald 190 Gertz, Dorothy 230 Gholami, Samad 190 Ghrist. Alta 156,157,190 Giannios, Stamata 230 Gibbons, ,lean 54.68.190 Gibbons, Richard 230 Gibbons, Suzanne 190 Gibbs, Charlotte 190 Gibson, Bruce 230 Gibson, James 230 Gibson. Larry 259 Gibson, Mary 230 Gibson, Robert 86 272 Gibson. Suzanne 64,190,230 Gieringcr, K.M. 190 Gilbert. Charles 173 Gilbert, Helen 30,31.l68,l73 Gilbert. Ophelia 173 Gilchrist. John 80 Giles, Lela 72,230 Gilkerson, Donald 230 Gi11espie.Janis 156.230 Gillespie, Julianne 230 Gillespie, William 230 Gillis, Mary 230 Gillroy, Carol 190 Gilmore, Anita 66,230 Gilstrap, David 230 Ginther. Jeanette 213 Ginther, Mary 173 Gipson. Michael 190 Gish, Reenie 156 Givan, Gary 230 Glackin, Kathryn 230 Gladden, Donald 230 Gladfelter,Ir1 173 Glascock, Theresa 230 Glasscoek, Glynnes 190 Glazier, Sally 230 Gleason, Dorothy 213 Glenn. Naomi 66 Glenn. Willie 190 Glover, Debra 230 Gockel, Brenda 230 Gockel, Keith 90 Gockel, Sheila 60,190 Goddard, Elizabeth 230 Godfrey. Anita 173 Godfrey, Ilene 263 Godfrey, James 190 Goens, Deborah 190 Goering, Roberta 230 Goetz, Janet 190 Goetz, Robert 173 Goff, Bill 213 Goff, Douglas 230 Goff, Gayle 23,230 Goldsmith, Linda 68,190 Gall, Jimmy 230 Gonzales, Patrick 230 Gooch, Darrell 230 Gooch, Wanda 190 Good, Timothy 230 Good, Virginia 230 Goodell, Carol 230 Gooden, Warren 230 Goodman, Jennifer 230 Goodpaster, Barbara 191 Goodson, Marie 259 Goodwin, Michael 191 Goolsby, Belinda 230 Gooseman, Vickie 230 Gordon, Deanna 191 Gordon, Drew 98 Gordon, Kent 98 Gordon, Nedra 230 Gordon, Thomas 213 Gore, Helen 191 Gorman, Deborah 230 Gorman. Stephen 230 Gorsett. Terrence 191 Gorsuch, Roxanne 230 Gose, George 84,230 Goshorn. Linda 230 Gosney, Alfred 173 Gosney, Alfred 213 Gossage, Beverly 191 Gossen, Harvey 173 Goth, Michael 230 Goth, Sharon 230 Gottlieb, Mrs. Sinclair 6,7 Gottschalk, Vickie 64 Gould, Bill 149 Gower, Alice 50,169,173 Gower, Phillip 102.230 Gradinger, Jay 230 Graduates 211-216 Graef, Stephen 191 Graham. Charolctti Graham. Ernest 19 Graham. Janet 156 Graham. Jerry 191 Graham. Judith 23 Graham. Justyn 17 Graham. Michael 2 Graham. Sandra 22 Graim, Debra 231 Gram. Dolores 173 Granger. Michele 2 Grant, Joel 231 Grant. Mary 213 Graves, Carolyn 23 Gray. Carol 231 Gray, Kent 94.191 Gray , M Gray, M ary 263 elissa 231 Gray, Robert 231 Gray. Sandra 231 Gray, Sheryl 263 Gray, Steven 231 Gray, Venita 231 Graybill, Robert If Grazda, Edward 26 Grechus, Marilyn 1 Greef, Margaret 17 Greeley. Gerald 23 Green, Carol 231 Green. Dale 231 Green, Deborah 39 Green, Jackie 80 Green, James 191 Green, Larry 259 Green, Patricia 231 Green. Paula 259 Green, Rebecca 231 Green. Ricky 191 Green, Sheila 263 Green, Sydney 68,2 Greening, Deborah Greer, Frances 191 Greer. Simon 124 G reeson, Charles 2 Gregg, Bethene 23 Gregg, L. 173 Gregory, Brenda 2 Gregory. Gary 191 Gregory, Kathryn Gregory. Sarah 192 Greife, Greife, Alice 231 Mike 41 Gretzinger, Kristi Griffard, James 23 Griffey, Griffin, Cynthia 2, Susan 72,2 Griffith, Constancl Griffith, Jeanne 22 Griffith, Philip 10 Griffith, Wallace I Griggs, Guy 173 Grigsby, James 76 Grimes. Robert 17 Grimes, William 1 Grindst aff, Philli Grizzell, Cynthia Grizzell, Jess 191 Gross. Franklin 1 Gross. Franklin 9 Gross. John 231 G ross Gross . Mary 231 . Paul 213 Grote. Ruth 231 Grote. William 23 Groth a. Patricia 2 Groupe, Dave 137 Groves. Darryl Groves, Garold Groves. Vicki 231 Grow. Leslie 173 Gfllht-'. James Crum f- 11 bera, James lvurlde. Michael Guenther. Cathy ke. Jan 231 Hcath, Thomas 2113 ? 6-1,190,230 190 173 l0,31.168.1T3 I 173 B0 10 Ild 230 156.230 me 230 tm 230 90 66,230 230 tc 213 .73 1 190 6 I fn 230 d 230 73 :sa 230 nes 190 30 ty 213 i6 90 130 230 I0 60,190 beth 230 173 263 190 1 190 la 230 '0 173 130 230 Ida 68,190 I0 ck 230 230 190 ' 230 230 230 :n 230 nifer 230 irbara 191 e 259 iael 191 da 230 :kie 230 :ia 191 98 98 1 230 las 213 91 .rah 230 ten 230 nce 191 Inne 230 34,230 la 230 1 173 1 213 rly 191 ey 173 230 230 Sinclair 6,7 ickie 64 19 S0.169.173 p 102,230 y 230 1-216 n 191 Graha Grahu Graha Gruha Gruhu Graha Graha Grahu nl, Charolelle 230 m. lfrnesl 191 nl. Janet 156,157,191 m.1erry 191 m..lu11ilh 230 m, ,lustyn 173 m. Michael 230 m, Sandra 230 Graim, Debra 231 Gram, Dolores 173 Granger, Michele 259 Grant, ,loel 231 Grant, Mary 213 Graves. Carolyn 231 Gray. Carol 231 Gray, Kent 94,191 Gray, Mary 263 Gray. Melissa 231 Gray, Robert 231 Gray. Sandra 231 Gray. Sheryl 263 Gray, Steven 231 Gray, Venita 231 Graybill, Robert 173 Grazda, Edward 263 Grechus, Marilyn 156,213 Greef, Margaret 173 Greeley, Gerald 231 Green, Carol 231 Green, Dale 231 Green, Deborah 39,74,191 Green, Jackie 80 Green . .lames 191 Green, Larry 259 Green, Patricia 231 Green. Paula 259 Green. Rebecca 231 Green. Ricky 191 Green, Sheila 263 Guetlit-li, Lynn 263 Guffey. Claudia 231 Guffey. .lennifer 2111 Guilford. Carol 231 Guin, N1arlin21I1 Guinther. Trudy 231 Gullu, Rosemarie 511,191 Gullickson. Karen 231 Gullit-kson, Leu 231 Gulqtta, Yivloria 2611 Gumper. Calyin 191 Gumper. Patrieia 231 Gunier, .lohnette 231 Gunn. James 231 Gunn, Lynne 231 Gunn. Ralph 191 Gunnels, Ester 231 Gunter, Christopher 259 Gurney, Robert 231 Guss, Meryline 191 Guthier, Craig 231 Gutzler. Linda 231 Gwin. Danny 231 llaherslroh, Mariann 154.231 Hack, David 231 Hackett, William 191 Hackmann, Russell 191 Hackney, Carol 64,191 Haddick, John 191 Hagan, Janice 64,231 Hagan, Jill 60 llamilton. Larry 2112 llamilton. Randall 31.90 Hamlet 22.23 llamilton. Roselyn 232 llumm. ,lerry 8-I llamm, Leroy 2111 Hammen. lulie 60,2112 Hammond. Alxin 232 llammond. Daniel 94.232, llammond, Sherry 232 Hummontrce. George 232 llampton. Homer 1711 Hampton. .lun 213 llamplon, 91 illiam 173 1'lan4'oek. Brenda 232 Ilan:-or-k, llarold 259 Hancock, Stey en 9-1.213 Hand. Glenna 60.232 llandy. Deborah 232 llane, John 173 Hunkins, Koppel 98 Hanks. Larry 104,232 Hanks. Nlark 10-1 Hanna, Daniel 96,232 Hannah. larry 90.1011 llannah, Lyman 173 llannab. Robert 232 Hannah, Terry' 232 Hanne, Susan 232 Hansberry, ,lohn 232 Hansen, Cindy' 68,232 Hansen, David 232 Hansen, Mark 96,232 Hansen, Pete 144,145 Hansen, Vicki 192 Hanshaw, Michael 232 Harashe, Lois 232 Harber, Sharon 192 Harding, Gregory 232 Green, Sydney 68,231 Greening, Deborah 231 Greer, Frances 191 Greer, Simon 124 Greeson, Charles 231 Gregg. Bethene 231 Gregg, L. 173 Gregory, Brenda 231 Gregory, Gary 191 Gregory, Kathryn 231 Gregory, Sarah 191 Greife. Alice 231 Greife, Mike 41 Gretzinger, Kristi 231 Griffard, James 231 Griffey, Cynthia 231 Griffin, Susan 72.231 Griffith, Constance 231 Griffith, Jeanne 231,259 Griffith, Philip 104,231 Griffith, Wallace 173 Griggs. Guy 173 Grigsby, ,lames 76,231 Grimes, Robert 173 Grimes, William 173 Grindstaff. Phillip 98.191 Hagedorn. Bernard 84,191 Hagedorn, Connie 191 Hagedorn, Donald 34,231 Hagedorn. Jeanne 231 Hagedorn, Mary 30.35.191 Hager, Evelyn 231 Haggard, Gary 191 Hahn, Danny 231 Haile, Kathie 263 Hain es, Drucilla 156,259 Hairabedian, Thomas 173 Hajney, Carol 191 Halbert, Deborah 28,54,60,23l Hald Hald Hale Hale Hale iman, Burnell 213 iman, Carl 173 , Harold 231 , Kathleen 231 . Michael 191 Hale, Phillip 102,191 Hale, William 84,231 Hale Hale n, Walter 173 y. .lanet 58.231 Hall, Getta 66.191 Hal1.,1ames 231 Hall, Susan 231 Hall, Virginia 231 Harding, Michael 88 Hargrave, Crista 232 Hargrov e, Merlynn 232 Hariabedian, Tom 1-14.145 Harke, Herman 232 Harkrider, Connie 232 Harle, Deborah 263 Harle, Ward 263 Harlin, Harmon Richard 232 , Catherine 232 Harmon, Colleen 192 Harmon, .lohn 232 Harmnn, Ronald 98.192 Harms. David 192 Harms, Larry 192 Harms. Sandra 232 Harness, Cheryl 232 Harnett. Carolyn 192 Harp, Sharon 192 Harper, Deborah 232 Harper, Judy 232 Harper, Lora 56.232 Harper, Mana 263 Harper. Mervin 263 Harper, Pamela 232 Harper, Parry 232 Harriman. Vernon 173 Grizzell, Cynthia 231 Grizzell, Jess 191 Gross, Franklin 191 Gross, Franklin 98,231 Gross, John 231 Gross. Mary 231 Gross, Paul 213 Grote, Ruth 231 Grote, William 231 Groth a. Patricia 231 Groupe, Dave 137 Groves, Darryl 88,231 Groves, Garold 80 Groves, Vicki 231 Grow. Leslie 173 Grube. .lames 213 Grum ke. .lan 231 Gubera, .lames 191 Gudde, Michael 231 Guenther, Cathy 191 Hall, Zona 68.232 Haller, Michael 213 Haller, Steve 232 Hallman, Pennie 191 Hallows, .lerry 191 Hallows, Karen 259 Halsne, Thelia 232 Halter, Daniel 213 Ham. .lohn 192 Hamann, Donna 192 Hamblin, Mary 232 Hamer, Frank 232 Hamey. James 232 Hamilton, Cathy 232 Hamilton, Chester, 911.144.2112 Hamilton, Claire 263 Hamilton. Curtis 232 Hamilton, Glenn 263 Hamilton, Henry' 232 Hamilton, .lohn 98,144,232 Harrington, .lanet 232 Harris, Earnie 146 Harris, Edward 92,232 Harris. Edward L. 92,263 Harris, .loyee 263 Harris, Phillip 259 Harris, Sally' 192 Harris, Samra 232 Harris, Virland 90,232 Harris. W alter 232 llarrison. Bill 232 Harrison, Gayle 28.56 Harrison. .leri 232 Harrison. Nancy 232 Harrod, David 232 Harshaw, .lames 192 Harshner, Butch 102 Hart, Alvin 192 Hart, .lames 232 273 nm. It..t,.1. an llart. It-its-n iff: llarl. l11'l r4'1 1.1 .511 llurt.1 frrtixr na .Zhi Ilan, X ifwr-.I .tm llartvr. 1141.1 2.12 ll.irtn1.m.l'Iz.ir1. . 11,1 llurtnnin. 17.11.11 III: llartmun. lioerr 191 llartmann. t .7-tir gt- 10.2 llurl snit k.l1e1 Jrar all .Ill llartung. llurley ITS llartller. l1arlmra 191 llartatin. lfrlwunl 19.1 llaryt-y,J.1nu-. 2.12 llaryey.1ane 192 llasrh. Dnugla- 1.1.1 llasli. Ylishucl 19.1 llaskell. llimhuril 2112 llavkcr. Carol 232 llaskins, Elaim-131151 llasa. .lflhn 232 llassell. Sleyen 2.12 lla:-slcr. Donna 232 Hastings. Daniel 162.2641 llastings. Donna 2512 Hasty. Rohr-rl 23.2 llalfieId.1o-it-ph ITJ1 Hatfield. Sheila 233 Hattey. Brenda 192 Hatz. Carol 192 Halz. Sharon 233 Haub. ,lim 116 llauli. Tim 233 Hausa-hiltll. Barbara 2113 Hauser. William 1711 llausmann. liyelyn 173 Hayener. Randy 233 Hayens. Durae 166 Hawes. Patrirk 192 Hawken. Debbie 233 Hawkins. Brut-e 116.192 Hawkins. Gloria 213 Hawkins, Mary 192,233 Hawkins. Michael 103.192 Hawksley, Oscar 173 Hawley. Huy montl 2311 llaxton. Charles 2321 Hayden, Dayid 101,233 Hayden, Deborah 192 Hayden, Terry 192 Haydu. .1ohn 173 Hayes. Gary 233 Hayes, Kenny 263 Hayes. Myrtle 1711 Hay mes. Stephen 90 Haynes, Dayitl 2311 Haynes, joseph 192 Haynes. Karen 192 Haynes. Nliehael 103.137.1111 Haysler. Jacqueline 611 Hazelrigg. Klan 263 1lazlerig.1aek 17.1 Hearl. Peggy 51.63.233 Hearnes. Warren 6.7 Heayeloys. l'hillip 103 Heherle. .loan 2.13 Heberlie. Lannu 233 Heck. Bet-kic 192 Heck. lfrcrl 192 Hedin. lloert 96 Heembrock, Xlike 112.211 Heer. William 192 Heeren, Cynthia 311.2311 Heflin. Cheryl 263 Heflin. Harry 263 lflegg. Kathleen 192 Heggem, Stephen 233 Heilman. Lillian 192 l'leimeriek-. xlike 233 Heimsoth. Dayitl 259 Hein, Xlarlene 233 Heinrieks. Ron 125 Heisterberg. Lloyd 259 Jenkins. James I Heller, William 233 Hcllanrl, Beverly 233 llallkump. Nancy 259 Hellman. Donna 2313 llcllman, Sheila 192 llellwig, Mickey 233 Hclmer, Sandra 259 Helmich, Cheryl 233 llelmick, Dale 173 llclmig, Bruce 192 Helton, Nancy 233 llclscy. Jane 233 Ileman, Denise 233 Ilcmeyer. David 233 Ilempltill, Heidi 169,173 Hemphill, Thomas 174 Henderson, John 233 Henderson, Penn ' 259 Henderson, Susar 233 Hendren. Donna 259 Hendren, Roger 33 Hendrix, Janis 192- Henkcl, Terry 192 Ileuny. Cary 233 1 Henrikson, Luann 213 Henry, Adele 233 Hensley, Linda 233 Henson, Larry 263 Herbert, David 233 Herich. Michael 233 Hernandez, Victor 213 Herndon, .loc 6,7 Herndon, Mit-hual 86,213 Herod, Kenneth 263 Herrick, Jane 233 Herring, Michael 233 Herrmann, Debra 192 Hertlein, Marvin 193 Herzog, Karen 34,58,233 Hess, Robert 233 Hesse, Dale 233 Hessel, Floyd 193 Hewett, Paul 233 Hewitt, Sam 174 Heying. Patty 58,233 Heytman. John 174 Hibdon, Howard 174 Hickman, Sherralyn 13,259 Hicks, Christopher 233 Higdon, Kenneth 263 Higgins, John 233 Higgins, Robert 96,174 Highlander, James 23,26,l74 Hilburn, Gerald 263 Hilburn, Jerry 193 Hileman, Gayle 233 Hilgedick, Don 212 Hilgedick, Donald 233 Hill, Barbara 233 Hill Dennis 193 Hill, Gregory 233 Hill, Laura 259 Hill, Linda 233 Hill, Michael 233 Hill. Patricia 233 Hill Queen 70,193 Hill Hill Hill Richard 259 Richard C. 193 ' Sandra 212,233 Hord, Marcia 234 Hill, Thomas 193 Hill. Wanda 233 Hillen. Michael 233 Hilliard, Mary 233 Hillman, Cheryl 233 Jacquin, Charlotte 194 Himmelberg, Jerry 233 Jamhor Danna 235 Hilse, David 193 Himes. Barbara 259 Himes. Donald 193 Himes. Gary 233 Hinck. Valerie 233 Hincrman, Charles 174 Hines, Charles 06.233 Hinshaw, Randall 96,233 llintl. Willis193 Hirni, Charlene 259 Hirt, Laura 259 Hirter, Fritz 213 Hiskey. David 193 Hisle, Dennis 233 Hisle, Sandra 233' Hitchcock, Cynthia 233 Hlavacek, June 73,233 Ho, David 259 Hoar, David 174 Hoatson, Richard 233 Hoatson, Robert 96,233 Hobbs, Douglas 234 Hobbs, Phyllis 234 Hohelman, Daniel 234 Hocker, Elaine 193 Hodges, Brenda 153,259 Hodges, Kathy 234 Hodkins, Althca 234 Hodo, Glenda 234 Hoefer, Sharon 193 Hoehne, Lon 193 Hoey. Jay 234 Hofeditz, Rick 104 Hoffman, Declan 174 Hoffman, Joyce 234 Hoffman, David 78 Hoffsette, Leon 96,234 Hofstetter, William 193 Hogan. James 193 Hogan, Martin 193 Hogan, Paul 193 Hografe, Sandra 234 Holbert, Kevin 234 Holden. John 193 Holford, Richard 193 Holland, Carrie 174 Holland, Ginger 193 Holland, Laura 73 Holland, Ray 174 Hollandworth, Lynn 234 Hollenbach, Donna 234 Holliger, Carol 263 Holliger, Sandra 56,234 Hollrah, Steven 82 Holman, Billie 234 Holman, Loyd 263 Holmes, Mary 234 Holmes, Neal 174 Holt, Sterling 234 Holton, Leslie 90,234 Holtzclaw, Teresa 234 Holtzen, Brent 90,234 Holwick, Kathy 193 Homan, Frederic 174 Homan, Joyce 234 Homeeoming 10-15 Home Economics Club 47 Hommes, Rebecca 234 Honeywell, Charles 174 Hopkins, Bertha 174 Hopkins, Carolyn 193 Hopkins, Charlotte 193 Hopkins, Donald 263 Hopkins, Helen 234 Hopkins, Katie 193 Hoppe, Patricia 234 Hoppert, Edwin 86,234 Hoppert, Joseph 86,234 Hopping. Joe 174 Hopping, Linda 234 Hopping. Mike 234 Hord, Randal 234 Horticulture Club 46 Horine, John 174 Horn, Chris 234 Hornbeck, Richard 263 Horner, Virginia 263 Horton, Agnes 174 Hoskins, Robert 234 Houghtlin, Richard 78,55 Houk, Donna 193 Houk, Nancy 193,234 House, Rick 82 Houser, Linda 234 Housmun, Mark 234 Houston, Bill 263 Houstor 1, Chris 19 Houston. Deanna 234 Hout, Rhonda 54,235 Howard, Charles 259 Howard, Don 108 Howard, Gayle 234 Howard, illiehelle 260 Howard , Steve 104,108,111 Howe, Beverly 234 t Howe. Janice 193 Howe, Mary 263 Howell, Lonnie 94,193 Howell. Tom 234 Howell, Vicki 234 Howey, Bruce 234 Howison, Jeanne 234 Howland, Patty 64 Howlett, David 84 Hoyle, Monty 234 Hoyt, Deborah 260 Hubbard, Kathryn 234 Hubbard, Kay 263 Hubble, Connie 234 Huber, Tina 234 Huber, William 96,234 Huckabey, Milton 234 Hucker, David 193 Huculak, Wasyl 174 Hudson, Cheryl 260 Hudson, Daniel 234 Hudson, James 174 Hudson, Terry 104,137,234 Hudson, Tod 193 Huenefelot, Linda 234 Huff, Martha 234 Huffendick, Debbie 234 Huffendick, Nancy 58,234 Huffman. Denise 234 Huffman, Eileen 234 Huffman, Helen 234 Huffman, Sheryl 234 Hufft, Gail 213 Hughell, Randall 100,146 Hughes, Cedric 96,234 Hughes, Cynthia 234,260 Hughes, Edward 234 Hughes. Jerry 193 Hughes, Karen 260 Hughes, Kenneth 260 Hughes, Linda 193 Hughes, Marsha 234 Hughes, Melvin 193 Hughes, Pamela 234 Hughes, Ralph 234 Hughes, Robert 263 Hughes, Susanne 193 Huhman, Elaine 193 Huhman, Marietta 260 Huhmann, Janice 193 Hulett, Diana 234 Hull, Carolyn 234 Hull. James 193 Hull, Janet 39,56,193 Hummel, Janet 234 Humphrey. Gayle 234 Humphreys, Karen 234 Humphries, Richard 234 Hunt, Pamela 235 Hunt, Ronald 41,193 Hunt, Ruth Ann 58,235 Hunter, Cleo 194 Hussain, Kazi 194,263 Huston, Teresa 235 Hutcherson, Curtis 174 Hutcheson, Gayle 235 Hutcheson, George 260 Hutchison, Peggy 151 Hutson, Lynn 235 Hutson, Ruth 235 Hutson, Sherry 194 Hutto, David 235 Hyatt. Donna 235 Hyde, Cathey 235 Hylton, Randy 263 Juaon. Pomela2 Juudun. Joan 26 Juv e. Mit-key 68. Jeare, Jeff 103 Jeffers, Diana 21 Jeffries, Margarv Jeffries, Rickey Jenkins, Charles Jenkins, Charles Jenkins, Frank ' Jenkins, Jenkins. Jim 21i Mel 42. Jennings, Larry Jennings. Leigh Jennings, Linda Jennings, Mary Jennings, Rayms Jennings, Rhonc Jensen Jensen , George I , Jacqueli lhrig, Gail 74,194 Imhoff, Michael 235 Indall, Leanna 235 Independence Residence Center 160-163 Index 267-284 Industrial Arts 81 Technology Club 46 Inge, Valerie 66,194 Ingels, Mary 194 Inglish, John 235 Ingram, Forest 235 Ingram, Jack 235 lngrum, Inter-Fr Victor 174 aternity Council 55 International Club 45 Jensen, James 71 Jensen, Rick 54. Jenson, Jane 235 Jent, Clay 174 Jett, Carl 194 Jett, Thomas 235 Jewell, Peggi 232 Jewell, Wanda 1 Jolie, Danny 235 Johannesmeyer, Johannigmeier,. Johnson, Alan 2 Johnson, Alan I.. Hunter, Lamonte 92,235 Hunter, Lynna 194 Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Marsha 235 Sharon 263 William 194 Huot, Rhonda 58 Ireland, Ronald 90,235 Ireland, Russell 174 Irey, Joyce 235 Irick, Betty 264 Irwin, David 235 Irwin, Deigh 174 Iserman. Julianne 235 Isom. Mary 194 Jack, Barbara 235 Jackson, Betty 194 Jackson, Christine 194 Jackson, David 174 Jackson, Este 264 Jackson, James 235 Jackson, James R. 235 Jackson, John 235 Jackson, John S. 235 Jackson, Montgomery 194 Jackson, Steve -104 Jackson, Twyla 194 Jackson, Vicki 194 Jackson, Wade 194 Jackson, Wesley 235 Jackson, William 194 Jaco, Geary 104 Jaco, Wendell 235 Jacob. Judith 213 Jacobs, Judy 235 Jacoby. .lack 100 Jacquin, Carolyn 235 Jadlot, Denny 167 Jadlot, Randy 108 Jagels, Marilyn 260 Jakubszak, James 264 Johnson, Barbar Johnson, Belind Johnson, Benjan Johnson, Betty 2 Johnson, Cathie Johnson, Charlo Johnson, Debra Johnson, Diana . Johnson, Dougld Johnson. Earnes Johnson, Edwin Johnson, Excell Johnson, Gary 1 Johnson, Gerald Johnson, James Johnson, Jana 2 Johnson, Janice Johnson, Karen Johnson, Karla J Johnson, Larry Johnson, Iawrei Johnson, Louis Johnson, Marthz Johnson, Michaf Johnson, Orval Johnson, Pamela Johnson, Patrici Johnson, Paul 1 Johnson, Raymo Johnson, Richar Johnson, Robert Johnson, Susan Johnston. Willia- Joiner, Larry 21 Jolly. Marilyn 64 Jones. Brian 90, -101195. Carol 194 Jones, Catherine Jones, Dale 213 Jones, David 78, Jones, Deborah Jones. Debra 231 Jones. Esther 23 Jones, Gary 194 Jones. Jay 236 Hupp, Hurd, Hurst, Hurst, Hurst, Steve 41 Debra 235 Darrel 235 Michael 100,235 William 235 Huskisson. Sandra 213 274 Jamers on, Carla 235 James. Arthur 194 James, Beverly 235 James, Mary 235 James, Reginald 108,119,141 Jandl, Kathleen 235 -10085. John 194 Jones, Larry 174 Jones. Larry P. ' Jones. Leanna 2. Jones. Mary 236 Jones. 3Iyla 236 i, William 174 63 174 35 260 51 5 idenee Center 160-163 Technology Club 46 4 1 ouncil 55 1 45 ',235 4 235 194 1 235 35 ery 194 1- 15 194 135 194 0 264 15 35 5 08,119,141 35 Jason. Pamela 235 Juudou. Joan 260 Jaye. Mickey 611.235 Jeuee. Jeff 1011 Jeffers. Diana 26-1 Jeffries. Margaret 235 Jeffries. Riekey 235 Jenkins. Charles 235 Jenkins. Charles L. 264 Jenkins, Frank 96,235 Jenkins, James 235 Jenkins. Jim 213 Jenkins, Mel 42.174 Jennings, Larry 235 Jennings. Leigh 235 Jennings. Linda 235 Jennings, Mary 194 Jennings. Rayma 235 Jennings. Rhonda 235 Jensen, George 260 Jensen. Jacqueline 194 Jensen. James 78 Jensen. R iek 54.78.235 Jenson, Jane 235 Jenl, Clay 174 Jett, Carl 194 Jett. Thomas 235 Jewell, Peggi 235 Jewell, Wanda 194 Jobe, Danny 235 Johannesmeyer, J.J. 96 Johannigmeier, Jerry 213 Johnson, Alan 235 Johnson, Alan L. 235 Johnson. Barbara 235 Johnson, Belinda 194 Johnson, Benjamin 194 Johnson, Belly 213 Johnson, Cathie 73,212 Johnson, Charlotte 194 Johnson. Debra 235 Johnson, Diana 73,235 Johnson, Douglas 235 Johnson, Earnest 213 Johnson, Edwin 174 Johnson. Exeell 235 Johnson, Gary 194 Johnson, Gerald 264 Johnson, James 235 Johnson, Jana 235 Johnson, Janice 194 Johnson, Karen 235 Johnson. Karla 235 Johnson, Larry 174 Johnson. Lawrence 194 Johnson, Louis 103 Johnson, Martha 235 Johnson. Michael 213 Johnson, Orval 174 Johnson, Pamela 235 Johnson. Patricia 154,194.235 Johnson. Paul 194 Johnson, Raymond 92,141,235 Johnson, Richard 236 Johnson, Roberta 236 Johnson, Susan 194,236 Johnston, William 236 Joiner, Larry 213 Jolly, Marilyn 66,194 Jones, Brian 90,149,236 Jones, Carol 194 Jones. Catherine 54,58 Jones, Dale 213 Janes, David 78.236 Jones, Deborah 58.236 Jones, Debra 236 Jones, Esther 236 Jones, Gary 194 Jones, Jay 236 Jones, John 194 Jones. Larry 174,194 Jones, Larry P. 94 Jones, Leanna 236 Jones, Mary 236 Jones, Myla 236 Jones. Nancy 19,1 Jones. Patricia 194.212 Jones. Patricia 194 Jones, Paul 194 Jones. Peggy 236 Jones, Phyllis 236 Jones, Randall 264 Jones, Richard 41,195 Jones, Robert 174 Jones. Roland 236 Jones, Ronnie 94,236 Jones. Roy 236 Jones, Sheldon -10.236 Jones, Jonsoi Terrance 236 I, James 174 Jordan, Chad 29,195 Jordan, Marylin 236 Jordan Kelley. lieyerly 195 Kelley, Charles 174 1101103 , Jerry 264 Kelley, Maureen 236 Jorgensen, Marlin 195 Jorgensen. Roy 169.174 Journey, James 195 Joy, Ruth 195 Joyce. James 236 Joyce. John 264 Jubrutie, Gary 236 Julison. Jeannette 236 Jumps. Carolyn 58,236 Jung. Douglas 236 Jurd, Sharon 195 Jutteu, Jessie 174 Kaiser. Deyan 236 Kaiser, Don 236 Kaiser, Lloyd 195 Kalelta, James 100 Kalish, James 236 Kalwei, Marcellus 236 Kalwci, Martha 195 Kamenetzky, Sheila 236 Kampschroeder, Kathy 195 Kan, Ophelia 213 Kane, Michael 236 Kappa Alpha Psi 811,89 Kappa Mu Epsilon 50 ' Kappelman. G. 195 Kappelmann. Gary 236 Kappler. Kaylene 236 Kareh, Kathy 264 Karg, Gary 195 Karst, Judith 236 Karst, Renee 260 Kartye, Gary 195 Kasmerehek, D. 195 Kasper, Risdan 214 Kasper, Bud 104.166 Kaufman, Jim 162 Kauffman, Lynne 214 Kauffman, Willard 174 Kelley. Teresa 264 Kelly, Barbara 236 Kelly. Kathleen 236 Kelly. Patricia 236 Kelsay,ji11236 Kelso, Sara 236 Keltner. Michael 162,264 Kemper. Pamela 236 Kemper, Paula 236 Kempl, Daxid 236 Kcmpf. Jerome 195 Kempster. Mary 236 Kendall. Robert 174 Kendrick, Esther 236 Kendrick, Rochelle 236 Kenepp, Rebecca 236 Kennedy. Diana 195 Kennedy, Jane 236 Kennedy, Karen 264 Kennedy, Rogene 236 Kennedy, Thomas 1011 Kennedy. Timothy 116 Kennedy, Vicki 195 Kennedy, William 174 Kenner, Gayle 56,236 Kenney. Clinton 264 Kenuish. Martha 260 Kennon, Fletcher 98,236 Kent, Marty 236 Kephart. Rachel 214 Keppner, Edwin 174 Kcrsiek. Deborah 236 Kerner, Denise 236 Kcrns. Franklin 264 Kerr, Emily 236 Kerstcn, Mary' 195 Keseman, Charles 174 Kesler, James 264 Ketcherside. W. 174 Ketchum, Nancy' 195 Ketchum, Randall 103.214 Keth, Earl 174 Keth, Kirby 96,260 Ketteman, James 236 Kctteman, Thomas 55.84 Keys, Cynthia 236 Keys. Deborah 236 Keyser. Robert 86,237 Kibhie, Eloise 174 Kidwell. Jimmy 237 Kiely, Richard 100.237 Kilby, Gary 78,237 Kilgore, Valerie 237 Killingbeck. Stan 174 Kilpatrick. Steyen 237 Kimbrell, Karen 195 Kinder, Patti 237 Kindig, Charles 80,237 Kindred, Gerald 195 Kindred, Linda 73,237 Kindrick, Robert 174 Kaumans, Roger 236 Kaup. David 260 Kauzlarich. Steven 264 Kaye, Pamela 236 Kays. Brenda 195 Kays, Gary 166 Kays, Roberta 236 Keadle, Diane 236 ,Kedigh, Karen 60 Keehler, James 264 Keehler. Lenora 236 Keene Keene r. Joel 195 y. Merron 156,236 Kecton. Hattie 195 Keffer. Eugene 174 Keiskcr, Gary 137 King, Carole 237 King, Craig 90.237 King, Gregory' 264 King, Kitty- 260 King, Larry' 92,237 King, Odell 237 King. Sam 237 King, Sherry 237 Kingry. Darale 195 Kingsley , Susan 211,74-237 Kiniry. Steven 195 Kinkade, Mike 141 Kinsella, Keyin 237 Kinty, Dale 167 Kirby, Dale 86.237 Kirby, Marilyn 237 Kirk, Jan 195 1Nlr-- lmmu. lf-ru.: '4' lxirtlf-1, J--rf, mu lxis11.1'.inw1s Ulf. lu-ner. Ritharll .1 1' Ki--ina "f. llruni- .IV Ki-lu i'v. Slrphfn 193 Kitchen-. 1la4k'1l1.I17 Kitt. Nu- ztri 121' Kitlrnian.Jamv-111 Klu--. Joywe 211 1x1au.lJa1v 237 Klntl,1Jr'au 117 Klan-meier. l. evli nn' 195,11 lxlauslurmcycr, l'. 1.17 lilublia. Ruger 2.17 Kleffuer. t.ulhic- 2.17 Klein. Daxul 2.17 Klein. Nlnrgarct 2.17 Klekump.1yonuc 2117 lXleoppcl.Jan1e-1 2.17 Kleuppi-1. Jusrpli 261 Klcppsattel. Joan 217 Klcyer. Susan 237 Kline. Pamela 2.17 Klirlksirk. Stanley 91.2-17 Kloepfel, Penny 2117 Kloppe. Wayne 214 Knapheide, Stcy cn 86.237 Knapp, Robert 10-1 Knebel. Connie 237 Kncisly, Yin-mr 2:47 Knight, Donna 195 Knight, Roberta 237 Knipmeyer, Bonnie 237 Knipp, Beyerly 2117 Knipp. Jack 195 Knipp. Robert 260 Knoder. Joyce 154.155 Knox, Theodore 26-1 Koch, Chester 76.195 Koch. Franklin 175 Koch. James 100 Koch, William 237 Koeher. Earl 175,237 Kochsmeier, Shirley 56,237 Koehl. Beth 237 Koelling. Thomas 101 Koerselman. Herbert 175 Koesller, John 237 Kohler. Curtis 264 Koleiny.Jalil2I17 Kolosick, Patti 237 Komer. Timothy 195 Kondry, Mex 1011 Koons. Clair 175 Koons. Randall 78 Koppelmann. G. 2.17 Kopplin, Terry 195 Koprixu. Sandra 237 Kosin. Nlary 193 Kostopnlus. Paula 237 Kotowicz. Casimir 195 Kotlwiu, Pat-y 2.17 Kottwilz. Sharon 2.17 Kounoysky. Karen 195 Kozlen. 111-toria 54.61.2117 Kozlen. Wayne 2117 Kraft, Donna 2.17 Kraft. Karen 2217 Kramer, Carolyn 196.311 Kramme. Gweudn 196 Kramme. Kenneth 211 Kraus. Jackie 237 Kraus. Slit-hael 2117 Kraus. Stcyen 2117 Kraus, Vida 175 Krause. James 196 Krause. Layonnc 196 Krause, Stcyen 237 Krausel, Teresa 196 Kreder, Deborah 156.237 Kreisel. Ladonnx 261 Keithly, Marla -13,236 Kell, Richard 195 Keller, Charles 236 Keller. Wayne 264 Kirkland. Sanford 175 Kirkman, J09CPl'1 36 Kirkpatrick, Scott 90,195 275 Kremer, Joy re 260 Kriete. Douglas 196 Kroe ncke. Vicky 2l17 Labadic. Bill 238 Lafayette, Rosiland 238 Charles Kronshage. Sheryl 237 Kropp, Eberhard 214 Krueger. :trdis 196 Krueger, 1"onda 56,237 Kruger, Gary 238 Krunkel. Mary 238 Kruse, Curtis 238 Kruse, Deborah 238 Kruse, Stanley 196 Kruse, Wyman 90 Kucck, Roxanne 260 Kuehncl, Ralph 260 Kucster,4Kenneth 196 Kugler, Mgrk 238 KuhI,1xathy 153,154 Kuhlman. Jerry 214 Kuhn, Char n 175 Kullman,,1u ith 238 Kullman, R otha 196 Kumm, Sharon 238 Kurek, Cheryl, 260 Kurtz, Gail 238 Kurtz. Terry 238 Kurucz, Thomas 108 Kus. Alanc 238 Kuster, Kenneth 238 Kuttenkuler. Keith 238 Kyle, Randel 238 Labato, Jerry 141 Labuda, John 104 Lacy. Mary 196 Laird, Edward 90 Lake, Janet 42,238 Lake, William 196 Lakey, Gary 95,196 Lamb, Jackie 238 Lambader, Walter 86 Lambda Chi Alpha 90,91 Lambeth, Ramona 238 Lammers, Harold 196 Lammers. Phillip 238 Lampton, larry 238 Lana, Mary 238 Lancaster, John 196 Lancaster, Vicki 196 Landers. Phillip 238 Landes, David 100,238 Landin, Allen 260 Landingham, Debra 196 Landrum, Rodney 238 Lane. James 98,196 Lane, Linda 238 Lane, Robert 196 Lang, Donald 196 Lang, Eugene 196 Lang, Marvin 238 Larew, Philip 238 Larkerbrink. Vicki 238 Larkin, Carol 73,238 Larkin, Patrick 196 Larrick, Judith 238 Larson, Debra 196 Larson. James 80,238 Larson, Jon 196 Larson, Linda 196 Larson, Robert 238 Larson, Steven 95,238 Laruc. Roberta 238 Lasater, Theresa 264 Late Enrollment 259-261 Latimer, Gloria 238 Latta, Joe 264 Laubenstein, Darlene 175 Lauberscheimer, Dave 35 Lauda. Robert 175 Lauderback, Steve 84,238 Laursen, Douglas 238 Lause, Timothy 238 Lavelle. Joseph 196 Lavelock. Larry 238 Lavelock, Vickie 238 Lavery, Charles 84.238 Lawler, Larry' 196 Lawler, Sharon 196 Laws, Garry 264 Lawson, David 238 Lawson, Phillip 238 Lawton, Nancy 214 Layton. Cindy 238 Layton, Linda 264 Layton, Linda L. 238 Lea, Lucile 175 E Leach, James 238 1 Leachman, Sharon 60,238 Lebioda, Frances 260 Ledbetter, Donald 214 Ledman, Cynthia 238 Lee Albert 80,196 Lee. Alicia 238 Lee, Allen 175 Lee, Chi Ling 175 Lee, David 104,238 Lee David R. 214 Lee, Diane 238 Lee, Gary 80 Lee, Julia 196 Lee, Karen 238 Lee, Patricia 196,214 Lee , Shauna 238 Legg. James 196 Leimku ehler, Carol 196 Leimku ehler, Dian 238 Leiter. Donna 260 Leka. Michael 103 Lenau, Joanne 260 Long. James 175 Lang, Terry 104,238 ' Lenhart, Douglas 196 Lenz, David 55,83,196 Leonard, Laura 56,196 Leonard, Margaret 238 Leonberger, Jay 238 Lcpique, Annette 196 Lepper, Michael 78 Lesher, Marian 175 Langdon, Linda 196 Lange, Kenneth 100 Lange, Martha 238 Langham, Ronald 238 Langhammer, Beverly 238 Langhoff. Norman 175 Langkop, Phyllis 238 Langlinais, Kenneth 175 Langston, Art 238 Langston, Janice 238 Langston. William 238 Lanham, Kathy' 64,196 Lanham. William 238 Lanigan. Mrs, Mclta 163 Lanning, Jeanine 60.238 Lanpher, Thomas 264 Lanslord, Marlene 238 Lapidea. Robert 196 Lesko, Gregory 238 Leslie, Richard 197 Leslie, Walter 86,238 Letzig, Welmon 86,197 Le Vien, Bob 146 Levitt, Terri 197 Lewellen, Sandra 197 Lewis, David 238 Lewis, Edward 175 Lewis, Gail 239 Lewis, James A. 95,239 Lewis, James L. 95,239 Lewis. Judith'197 Lewis, Kathleen 264 Lewis, Linda 239 Lewis, Ross 92 Lewis. Terri 73.239 Lihbert, Dennis 197 Lic-klider, Kay 239 Lieber, Candace 197 Lien, Winlred 260 Licrman, Terry 239 Liggins, Jeanette 239 Light, Rollin 239 Limback, Rebecca 175 Limbaizk, Steve A. 239 Limback, Steve F. 239 Lindeman, Curtis 239 Linder, Michael 197 Linder, Susan 197 Lindhorst, Paula 260 Lindsay, David 175 Lindsey, Gordon 197 Lindsey, Robert 96,239 Lindstrom, Donna 239 Lindstron, Steven 197 Link, Douglas 239 Link, Walter 197 Linneman, Sarah 197 Linneman, Susan 239 Lintner, Larry 197 Linville, Brenda 239 Linville, Lana 239 Linyille. Laurel 197 Linyillc, Marilyn 239 Lintillc, Shila 214 Lirhault, Janet 197 Little, Connie 197 Little. Jack 175 Little, Robert 197 Little, Scherry 197 Little. John 197 Littleton, Shirley 197 Litton, Reva 239 Littrell, Kathleen 30,39,54,56 Livingston, Grace 214 Livingston, Jeanete 264 Lloyd, Carol 214 Lobdell. Kevin 239 Lobeto, Jerry 142 Lochhead, Steven 96,239 Lock, Elaine 239 Lockard, Betty 175 Lockard, Charlene 239 Lockhart, Raymond 197 Lockland, David 239 Lockler, Eleanor 197 Lodwick, Deborah 239 Loftis, James 214 Logan, Kay 197 Logan, Nancy 197,214 Loges, Lohe, Lohe, Paul 239 Bernita 197 Elizabeth 239 Lohman, Jerald 214 Lohnes, Jean 239 Long, Barbara 239 Long, Christine 197 Long, Cynthia 239 Long, Deborah 58,239 Long, Dennis 197 Long, Donald 98,239 Long, Doug 239 Long, Howard 100 Long, Long, Long, Long, Long, Long, Long, Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Lotrid Julie 60 Julie C. 60 Linda 239 Mary 197 Michael 197 Richard 239 Robert 197 Edward 239 Ignacio 239 Jose 239 ge, .layne 239 Lovan. Teresa 239 Love, Donna 239 Love. Gary 197 Lovcall. Carol 175 Lovelace. Richard 239 Lovell, Robert 175 Lovell. Sheila 197 276 Lovell, Valerie 260 Lovercamp, Carolyn 239 Lovinger, Bud 80,103,239 Lovingcr, Warren 6,175 Lowe, Craig 76,239 Lowe, Gary 239 Lowry, David 239 Loyd, Betty 12,56 Loyd, Bruce 84,239 Loyd, Elizabeth 214 Lucas, Carolyn 239 Lucas. Linda 197 Lucas, Lynn 239 Lucas, Reann 239 Luce, Mike 27 Ludwig, Donald 197 Luebbert, Frank 175 Luechteleld. John 100 Luehrman, Richard 175 Luehrs, Carolyn 239 Luehrs, Larry 239 Lujin, Ronald 239 Lukenbill, Kerry 264 Lukosius, Patricia 58,239 Lumar, Terry 154,239 Lunn, Jerry 78 Lunn, Jimmy 197,264 Lunnon, Edward 239 Lunnon, Gregory 239 Lusch, Carol 197 Lusczek, Helen 68 Luster, William 197 Lycan, Vinson 239 Lyles, Richard 197 Lynch, Pamala 197 Lynde. Nancy 239 Lyon, Dave 239 Lyon, Mary 175 Lyons, Debora 151,239 Lyons, Deborah 239 Lyons. Thomas 239 Mabry, Janice 198 MacDonald, Gregory 239 MacDonald, Joseph 239 Mace, Cynthia 239 Mack, Cynthia 239 Mackay, William 239 MacPherson, Michael 214 Madden, Matthew 175 Madding,,1ane 239 Maddox, Gary 104,240 Mades, Douglas 103,240 Madison, Jacqualin 260 Madison, Marguerite 198 Madison, Mary 240 Mager, Dennis 240 Magley, Cynthia 240 Mahanes, Howard 108,175 Mahnken, Brenda 240 Mahnken, Steven 240 Mahon, Edward 95,137,138 Maisak, Judith 240 Maisel, Dale 198 Major, William 264 Maley, David 214 Mallicoat, Wilma 214 Mallory, Dr. Arthur 7 Mallory, Cynthia 240 Malone, Michael 198 Maloney, Michael 214 Maltsbarger, Donald 260 Maness, Linda 240 Manley, Janet 240 Manley, Linda 240 Mann. Kenneth 240 Manners, Michael 198 Manning, Drucilla 198 Manning. GWCFH Manton. Susan 2 Mapes, Russell 2 Maple, Kent 264 Maple, Patricia Maples. Mary' 26 Marchbanks, Lil Marcum. Donald Maring, Stanley Marker, Nancy 2 Markert, Jane 15 Markle, Nancy 2 Markway, Donn: Marlow, Thomas Marquardt, John Marsh, Larry 241 Marsh, Leslie 241 Marshall, Debbi: Marshall, Gail 21 Marshall, Kathle Marshall, Larry Marshall, Robert Marshall, Robert Marten, Steven 2 Martens, Carol 2 Marti, Mary 240 Martin, Alphadii Martin, Anita 21 Martin Building Martin, Deborah Martin, Eldon 24 Martin, Frank 11 Martin, Harold 1 Martin, Harry 19 Martin, John 192 Martin, Julia 24C Martin, Kathy 24 Martin, Marianni Martin, Mary 241 Martin, Mary L. Martin, Michelle Martin, Nancy li Martin, Roxy 24C Martin, Sharon 2 Martz, Samia 24t Marx, Barbara 1? Marxkors, Marial Maserang, Cather Mason. Roger 241 Mason, Roy 264 Masoner, Masoner, Linda I Massenburg, Dol, Massey, Elizabetl Massey, Ellen 151 Mast, Deborah 21 Masters, Carolyn Masters, Gordon Masterson, Mary Matchette, Debor Mathews, Pamela Mathis, Katherin Mathis, Patricia I Matlock, Mike 14 Matney. Mark 24 Matrow, John 2 4 4 Matson, Patricia Matthews, Karen Matthews, Larry Matthiesen, Mar Mauton, Phyllis Maxwell, Janis 6 Maxwell, Kathy Maxwell, Lisa 241 Maxwell, Richard May, Connie 74,2 May, Philip 264 M"?'l'0ck, Charles M9!'den, Pamela 119105. Susan 240 Mayfield, Louise Vsynard, Dick 2 119550. Janice 19 Mazar, Cheryl 19 McAfee. James 2 10 lyn 239 1.103.239 1 6.175 39 9 1 .39 21-1 39 9 197 175 in 100 ard 175 239 19 39 y' 26-1 -ia 58,239 54,239 97,26-1 fi 239 -y 239 7 68 7 197 139 197 197 239 151,239 1 239 239 198 'egory 239 seph 239 239 239 im 239 liehael 214 new 175 239 104,240 s 103,240 ualin 260 guerite 198 1 240 240 ia 240 'ard 108,175 nda 240 ven 240 rd 95,137,138 ri 240 98 m 264 214 Ima 214 trthur 7 hia 240 ael 198 hael 214 Donald 260 a 240 1 240 a 240 th 240 'hael 198 ,icilla 198 Nlanning, Gwendolyn 2-10 Manton. Susan 2-10 Mapes. Russell 2-10 Maple. Kent 264 Maple, Patricia 198 Maples. Mary 260 Marchbanks, Linda -10 Marcum, Donald 198 Maring, Stanley' 240 Marker. Nancy 260 Markert, Jane 15-1,175 Markle, Nancy 2-10 Markway. Donna 240 Marlow, Thomas 240 Marquardt, John 240 Marsh, Larry 240 Marsh, Leslie 240 Marshall, Debbie 153 Marshall, Gail 240 Marshall, Kathleen 58 Marshall, Larry 260 Marshall, Robert 175 Marshall, Robert L. 169,175 Marten, Steven 240 Martens, Carol 240 Marti, Mary 240 Martin, Alphadine 175 Martin, Anita 214 Martin Building 164,165 Martin, Deborah 240 Martin, Eldon 240 Martin, Frank 175 Martin, Harold 198 Martin, Harry 198 Martin, John 198 Martin, Julia 240 Martin, Kathy 240 Martin, Marianne 198 Martin, Mary 240,264 Martin, Mary L. 240 Martin, Michelle 198 Martin, Nancy 198 Martin, Roxy 240 Martin, Sharon 240 Martz, Samia 240 Marx, Barbara 198 Marxkors, Marianne 240 Maserang, Catherine 175 Mason, Roger 240 Mason, Roy 264 Masoner, Charles 240 Masoner, Linda 240 Massenburg, Dolores 240 Massey, Elizabeth 240 Massey, Ellen 154 Mast, Deborah 240 Masters, Carolyn 198 Masters, Gordon 175 Masterson, Mary 30,240 Matehette, Deborah 260 Mathews, Pamela 240 Mathis, Katherine 74,198 Mathis, Patricia 214 Matlock, Mike 141,146 Matney, Mark 240 Matrow, John 240 Matson, Patricia 68,260 Matthews, Karen 260 Matthews, Larry 84 Matthiesen, Mark 260 Mauton, Phyllis 41,198 Maxwell, Janis 68,198 Maxwell, Kathy 240 Maxwell, Lisa 240 Maxwell, Richard 141 May, Connie 74,240 May, Philip 264 Maycock, Charles 240 Mayden, Pamela 240 Mayes, Susan 240 Mayfield, Louise 175 Maynard, Dick 264 Mayse. Janice 198 Mazar, Cheryl 198 McAfee, James 240 Mt-Alpin, Kenneth 104.2-10 Mcftrthur. John 240 Mcnuley, Roy 169.175 Mcljride, Carl 98 Mt-Bride. Carroll 2-10 McBride, Constance 2-10 McBride, Deborah 2-10 McBride. Donald 198 McBride. Mickie 240 McCabe, Carol 2-10 McCain. George 264 Mt-Calmon, Gayla 240 McCambridgc, John 86,198 McCandless, David 2-10 Mctjandless, Perry 175 McCandless, William 175 McCann, Shana 198 McCarthy, Terryll 240 McCarty, Gayle 64,240 McCarty, James 96 McCarty, Terry 240 McCauley, Barhara 240 McClain, Charles 76,240 McClain, George 260 McClain, Jim 198 McC1ean, Clara 240 McClendon, Deborah 240 McClendon, Linda 66 McC1endon, W. 92 McCloud, Kenneth 241 McCloud. Philip 241 McClure, Arthur 175 McClure, Linnctte 260 McClure, Lucinda 214 McClure, Vernon 241 McCollum, Richard 264 MeConehie, Robert 198 McConkey, Jeanette 198 McConnell, Louise 175 McConnell, Marcia 241 McCool, Michael 144,241 McCormack, Robert 241 McCormick, Dan 78 McCormick, Patricia 64,241 McCoy, Andrew 92 McCoy, Kathy 241 McCoy, Lynndora 241 McCoy, Peggy 241 McCracken. Nancy 198 McCray. John 214 McCubbin. Beth 241 McCuddy, Margaret 241 McCullen, Phyllis 264 MeCulloek, Max 175 McCullough, Dennis 41 McCullough, Joyce 241 McCurdy. Mary 60 McCutchan, Carl 175 McDaniel, McDaniel- McDaniel. McDevitt, McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald Bill 137,138 Michele 241 Sheri 241 Linda 241 , Alva 241 . Jeanie 68 , Richard 214 Timothy 198 William 241 McDowell, John 241 McDowell, Randel 104 McElhane McE1vain. Mc'Elvain, MeElwee, McElwee. y, Barbara 241 Becky 241 Melody 241 Glen 141 Judson 175 Mclilyea, Glenn 94,198 McEwan, Carol 260 McFadden, Kevin 241 McFarland. Emmett 175 McGaf1'in, Christine 214 McGee, Jana 241 MeGeehan, Michael 241 MeGeorge. Pl'11l1P 90 McGill, Barbara 241 McGillevry, Deborah 241 McGinnis, Bette 54,62 MKUUNCVH, John 911.211 McGrath. Michael 241 Mt-Guire, Mark -10,2-11 Mt-lnteer. Lorna 2-11 Mclntire, Janice 2-11 Mclntirc, Susan 198 Meliaig, Mark 162 Mcliamey. liric 21-1 McKay. Rex 102 McKee, Christie 2-11 Xl:-lxee. Roger 211 McKee. Vicki 198 Mclielyy. lxathy 38,56 Mt-Kelvy, Susan 2-11 McKenzie, Velda 198 Mvliimmey, Philip 175 McKinnis, Richard 176 Mi-Laughlin, James 241 McLean, Linda 198 McLin, Pat 26-1 McMillan, Patrick 198 McMillen, Ken 241 McMullen, Kathy 2-11 McMuIIin, Sharol 198 McNair, Ralph 2-11 McNamara, Donna 198 McNamara, Josephine 241 McNaire, Janet 2-11 McNeil, Vicki 70 McNelly, Gary 100,241 McNieee, Connie 198 McQuade, Barbara 241 MeQuain, Connie 21-1 MeQuerry, Cindy 154 McRay, Deborah 241 McReynolds. Ronald 176 MeRoberts, Ronda 611,241 McSpadden, Dana 176 Meals, Elbert 264 Mears, Claudette 2-ll Meehlin, Patricia 241 Medley, Martha 241 Medley, Richard 241 Meek, Barry 199 Meek, Randolph 103,199 Meineka, Carol 260 Meineka, Larry 2-11 Meints, Sheryl 241 Meisenheimer, Ken 214 Melahn, Philip 162.2-11 Melton, Mary 241 Melton, Rickey 241 Melton, Stephen 199 Melugin, David 264 Melugin, Donna 264 Mendez, Anthony 103 Mense, David 241 Merchant, Barbara 241 Mercurio, Anthony 43,911,214 Mereness, Mary 56.2-11 Merriman, Jan 2-11 Merryfield, John 104,241 Merryman, Patrick 199 Mertell. Michael 241 Mertensmeyer, D. 2-1-1 Mertensmeyer, J- 199 Mertensmeyer. John 241 Mertensmeyer, Steve 2-11 Messinger, Harry 21-1 Metheny, Ceorgann 198 Metos, Frank 103 Metscher, Rodney 77,241 Meurer, Larry' 241 Mcuth, Stephanie 241 Met ay, Shirley 241 Meverden, Merville 168,176 Meyer, Bernice 241 Meyer, Christine 27,2-11 Meyer Dennis 83,199 Xln 1.4-1-nn. lu-ntnn 'JJ Mis lu-1.0.1. '11-rry J tl tlialillct on. lxatlit hi, y7a.i.ll.-mn, mr, iw Miclke. Micsner Milan. 1 tlounu- 112 . lame- lun 1ennl- 212 Mile-. liluuln-th .1111 11941 Miles. llonrln 13l.15t.l1.I Miley.1xaren 212 Millcn. tl:-nrgc 176 Millef. 'Xuthnny 212 Miller. Clyde 1-19.2-12 Miller. Daniel 242 Millcr.De11ornh 151.21 Miller. Donald 176 Miller. Emily 242 Miller. Eric 176 Miller, Gary 109 Miller. J. 176 Miller. Janct 212 Miller. Janie 199 Miller. Jerry 176 Miller, Larry 2-12 Miller, Mark 55,104,137 Miller, Mark E. 260 Miller. Nancy 242 Miller, Norman 199 Miller, Pamela 2-12 Miller, Pamela ll. 2-12 Miller. Penny 2-12 Miller, Ralph 199 Miller, Rebecca 2-12 Miller. Rick 137.138 Miller, Ronald A. 199 Miller, Ronald D. 199 Miller, Ross 199 Miller, Russell 242 Miller, Sharon 21-1 Miller, William 2-12 Milliard, Daniel 176 Milliken. Steven 2-12 Mills, K ay 242 Mills, Laurie 100,260 Mills. Michael 2-12 Mills, R obert 199 Mills, Robert P. 199 Millsap. Millsap. Milner. Ming, R Marilyn 199 Rebecca 242 James 21-t ita 58.2-12 Mings, Maryin 2-12 Minor, Marcia 2-12 Mistele. Mitchel- Mitchell Mitt-hell Wilfred 2-12 Dale 2-12 , Arthur 199 , C. 2-12 Mitchell, Charles 176 Mitchell, Datid 176 2 Mitchell, Georganne 7-1.212 Mitchell. James 92 Mitchell. Lawrence 176 Mitchell. Robert 2-12 Mitchell. Sandra 39 Mitchell, Stete 84.212 Mitchell. Vicky 212 Mitten. Lanna 2-12 Mix. Shirley 199 Mobley. Brenda 212 Mobley. Carol 2-12 Mock. Perry 176 Mock, Robert 176 Moehle. Datid 199 Moeller. Joyce 2-12 Moffatt. Kathy 260 Mohn. Gerald 199 Moler, Bruce 2-12 Moler. Linda 199 Monk, Walter 2-12 Monroe. Marsha 2-12 Meyer, Glen 711,199 Meyer, James 241 Mc,-er, William 260 Meyers, Timothy 264 Michaels. Jane 39,613,199 Mick, Cathy 241 277 Monson. Richard 176 Montalto, Barbara 176 Montgomery. Deborah Moody, Ruth 242 Moon. Cayla 2-12 2 Murphy. John 11. 264 Noethsteine, Fred 243 patrick, Minnie 4 Muchmore, Cloyd 176 n. Evelyn 243 3111 , L , 1 JI ' QE H5 1 ll' 1 , i- .. 51' in , 3 ,F i 'l ll 13 f E. Q1 ll 4 E 951 111 . ill 4 :yi My 1 1 .1 151 lf ts 1 i I . ll 4 , l l 11- . 1 . 1 11 1' fu 11. 1 f 1 1. ,, ,, il 1 fla w, if '11 , in ' T? 11 fl .1 5. , 21 il 1 .J ill Q' sg , . ilk 2 li 131 11 ffl 'J if LL :ill or iiii J in 1 .si f Ii ' E1 c., X 1 iz? M 1 1 1 . fl I il as il E il .7 111 1: 15 it ii i . , 7 11.1. wits 'l 111 'Q lp, 1 ff: 1 ,1 53 ii 11 t .1 ' .ll ' il 1 fi 1 e 1 lf' xl Mooney. Rick 1011 Xloorc, tfurolyn 242 Moorc. Danny 21-l Moorc. Gary 212 Moore. Judy 199 Mourc. lxarcn 611 Moore. Karen Nl. 199 Moore, Lee 2-12 Moore. Moore, Lonnie 214 Mary 28.68.242 Murphy. Debra 260 Murphy. John 243 , Newsom. Betty 243 Newton. Angclee 243 Newton. Robert 243 Niccwanner. Gene 264 Katherine 39.15-1.243 Murphy. Murphy. Marian 200 Murphy. Patricia 200 Murphy. Patil 96 Murphy, Robert 243 Murphy. Sandra 243 Murphy. Wendy' 260 Moore. Nancy 242 Moore. Phyllis 126 Moore. Richard 242 Moore, Stephen 80 Moore, Steyr-n 30,2 2 Moore, Willis 21-I N Moran. James 98 Moran, June 68 1 Morarity. Barbara 199,260 Morarity, Diane 199 Moree, Macy' 176 1 Murray. Denice 243 Murray , Douglas 2-1-3 Murray, Harry 85 Murrell. Joseph 109 Murrell, Regina 243 Murry. Marilyn 214 Murry. Sheila 243 Musacehio, Mark 86.243 Musal. Richard 100.200 Musick, Jean 200 Mussman. Lyle 104 Morehead. .lohn 96.242 Morehead, Linda 199 Moretine. Dennis 242 Morgan, Barry' 199 Morgan, Cecilia 199 Morgan. Claudia 242 Morgan. Janice 264 Morgan. Jay 109.141 Morgan, Raymond 264 Morgan, Scott 86 Morgan Moriart Morice, . Tommy 199 y. Pat 146 Joseph 199 Morlan. Michael 242 Morlan. Winston 176 Myers. Anthony 243 Myers. Deborah 260 Myers, Janice 243.264 Myers, J erry 243 Myers. Kevin 200 Myers. Terry 90.243 Mynatt, M ynatt, John 148,149,243 Pamela 243 Nicholas. Ricky 243 Nichols. Alice 243 Nichols. Bruce 243 Nichols. Deborah 74.243 Nichols. Edith 176 Nichols, Jo 200 Nichols. Peter 176 Nichols. Thomas 104 Nickell. Debbie 28.60.243 Nickell. Glenda 243 Nicks, Ron 98 Nieodemns. Carol 243 Niebrucgge. Anita 200 Niederwimmer, Mary 200 Niemann. Paul 35.243 Nienaber. Pamela 243 Nienhueser, Lois 243 Ninci, Donna 200 Nintwig, Becky 58 Nirsfhl, Alice 243 7 Nivens. James 200 Nixon, Steven 95,243,109 Njegoyan, Gina 243 Noble. Larry 78 Noelke. Jerrilyn 243 1 Moroney. Katherine 176 Morris. Roger 242 Morrison, Cheryl 242 Morrison. James 100,242 Morrison. Stephen 199 Morrison. Vickie 199 Morrow, Nettie 242 Morrow. Patrick 264 Morrow. William 242 Morse. Georgina 242 Mnrstain, Mary 242 Morton. Clifford 176 Morton, Dan 103 Morton. Clark 169.176 Mosby. Walter 242 Moscbar, Catherine 242 Moser. Mark 90 Mosley, Forrest 242 Moss. Deborah 242 Mott. Byron 199 Mott, Shelia 242 Mott, Sherlene 242 Moult. Warren 200 Mountjoy, Thomas 243 Mozley, Thomas 243 Mudd, Billy 176 Mudd. Katherine 243 Mucford, S. 77 Muelle, Mary' 243 Mueller. Cheryl 74,243 Mueller, Kathleen 243 Muessig, Mark 100.243 Mulekiekers 122,123 Mulford, Robert 243 Mullen. Robert 243 Mullics, William 176 Mullins. Matthew 243 Mulloy. Christina 200 Mulyihill. Theresa 243 Mummert, Philip 243 Mumper. Barbara 243 Mundey. Alan 200 Munger, Lorraine 176 Munsterman, llill 243 Nagel. Debbie 39 Nahm. Laura 176 Nail, David 243 Nail, Donald 200 Nail. John 200 Nail, Randy 104 Nail, Rudy 104 Nameth, Karen 214 Nance, Linda 62 Noffke. James 264 Noland. Alicha 200 Noland. Gary 200 Noland. Marsha 264 Nolting, Cheryl 200 Nolting. Donna 243 Nonnemaker, Judith 200 Noonan, Karen 244 Norbu ry, John 244 Nordmeyer, Susan 200 Norfleet, Patricia 244 Norman. Frances 244 Norman. Viola 156,157,200 Norris. Ann 244 Norris, Judith 200 Norris, Roland 264 Nance. Lynn 200 Nanneman, Marcella 243 National Society of Seabbard and Blade 48 Naumann, Mary 243 Naumann, Theresa 243 Nauss. Richard 100.243 Navo. Alan 98,243 Navo. Daryl 98 Naylor. Donna 200 Neale, Richard 260 Neely. Robert 264 Nehring. Duane 214 Nehring. Roberta 200 Neil. Larry 141.200 Neimeyer. Ethel 74.200 Neiswanger, Kathy 243 Munsterman, Gary' 243 Muntzel. David 96,200 Murdoc- Murley. k. Deborah 243 Patricia 214 Nelson. Dale 176 Nelson. Eric 78 Nelson, Jeannie 243 Nelson, Mary 243 Nelson, Mary 200 Nelson, Thomas 104 Nentwig. Rebecca 243 Neske. Mary 200 Neske. Ronald 100.243 Nestlerode. Effie 243 Neuenschwander, S. 243 Neuner. Janice 243 Nevels, Kathy 243 Newberry. Cecil 243 Newcomb, Mary 176 Newcomer. Lee 176 Newell, Darrell 243 Newhouse, Robert 200 Newma Newman . Gail 243 Newman. Janice 243 Newman. Ruth 176 Newport . Terry 264 Norris. Vernon 244 North. Willard 176 Northern. Vanessa 244 Norton. Arthur 176 Norton. Buff 80 Norvell, Margo 244 Norwood. Charles 264 Novak, Ronald zoo Novak, Suzanne 244 Nuekles, Peggy 200 Nugen. Cherie 54.56.244 Nuzum. Paul 30.54,104.200 Nybcrg, Susan 244 O'11annnn. John 176 O'Bar, Timothy 264 Oberschulte, Janice 244 Obriant, Marvin 244 O'Bricn, David 244 O'Brien, Diane 41,200 O'Brien. Gene 146 O'Brien, William 200 O'Connor, Karen 244 O'Connor. Sheila 39,60,244 Odehnal. Peggy 244 O'Dell. Rita 244 O'Dell, Steven 264 Odor, Clark 80.244 Oehring, Robert, 200 Oesch, Michael 244 Oetting. Paul 200 Officer, Michael 244 278 Ogan. James 260 Ogan. Stanley' 264 Ogar. Karen 244 Oglesbee. Daryl 200 Oglcsby, Sherry 264 Ohlrich, Gloria 74.244 Ohrenberg. Robert 176 O'Kelly. Keith 244 Olendorff, Carol 12.200 Olivarez. John 244 Oliver. Stephen 103 Olpin. Larry 176 Omallcy, James 176 Omara. Patricia 64,201 Omeara. Daniel 96.201 Omega Psi Phi 92.93 Oneill. Elizabeth 244 Onstot, Gregory 214 Opalka. Dennis 264 Opfer. Gregory 244 Oppenheim, Rita 201 O'Rourke. Deeann 244 0'Rourke. John 201 O'Rourke. Timothy 244 Orr. Roger 201 Orrison, Karen 264 Ortmeyer, Catherine 244 Osborn. Terri 244 Osborne. James 244 Oshima, Eugene 176 Oster. Dianna 201 Osllund. Mindy' 56.244 Oswald, Carol 244 Oswald. Kathy 244 Oswald, Patricia 244 Oswald. Sarah 244 Otey. Elmer 88.137,138.139 O'Tnole. Dolores 201 O'Toole. Patricia 244 Otte, Jane 201 Ottinger, Susan 54.56.244 Otto, Terri 244 Ouder. Dave 141 Ousley. Tom 77 Oulersky. Larry 201 Outing Club 49 Overbey, Glenna 214 Overkamp, Jane 201 Overkamp. Joyce 201 Overly, Rhea 244 Overman, John 96.244 Overton, David 95,201 Owen, Keith 244 Owen, Patricia 153,244 Owen. Stephen 86.244 Owens, Kenneth 244 Owens. Patricia 201 Owens. Paul 100.244 Oxley. Vincent 176 Ozbolt. Ronald 244 Pachter, Maurine 244 Page. Betsy 244 Page. J. 141 Page. Kenneth 244 Paige, Christopher 244 Painter, Maurice 244 Painter, Michael 98 Painter, Pete 98 Pallette, Larry 244 Palmer. James 95,244 Palmer. James 95 Palmer, John 244 Palmer, Robert 201 Palmer. Sandra 244 Palmer, Vickie 264 Panhellenic Council 54 Panttaja. Lee 144 Pape, Donald 21 Pappas. John 21 Park, Marilyn 2 Park. Raymond Park. Rita 201 Parker, Barbara Parker, Charles Parker, Dennis Parker, John 90 Parker. John 90 Parker. John 90 Parker, Philip 2 Parker, Robert 1 Parker. Sally 15 Parks. Alan 244 Parks, Chastain Parks. Kathryn l Parks. Kermit 1' Parks, Linda 201 Parks. Patricia 2 Parks. Terry 88 Parman. Jean 24 Parmeter. Rieha: Parr. John 96.24 Parsons. Debra 2 Parsons, Diane 2 Parsons, Mike 10 Patik, Mary 201 Patmore, Ruth 1 Patrick, Robert 1 Patterson. Normt Patterson, Richal Patterson. Sylvia Patti, Linda 245 Pattigrew. Franci Patton. Dennis 21 Patton, Donald 9 Patton, Jerry 141 Patton, John 245 Pauch. Diane 245 Paul, Mike 144 Paulsmeyer, Dua Pautz, Janet 245 Payne, Crystal 24 Payne, Janet 72,2 Payne, Payne, Payton. Payton. Lawrence Roy 245 Beverly 2 Ronald 8 Peak. Thomas 55 Pearce. Clarence Pearce.. Jerry 265 Pesrwn. Debra 2- Pearson, Scott 10. Peeher. Richard L Peek, William 17' Pedigo. Donald 2. Pehr, Nancy 201 Pemberton. Brene Pemberton, Steve Pence. Penny 245 Pence. Steve 265 Pennington, Debr Penniston. Donn Penniston, Lucin Perdue, John 245 Perez, Jesse 265 Perfett, Raymond Perkins, Dennis 2 Perkins, Janice Perkins, Nancy Perreault Perrin, Lloyd Perry. Bill Perry. Julia 245 Perry. Melvin Perry, Sybil PQUYH. Roger Pershing Rifles Pertile, Victoria Pessetto, Kenny Peler. William Peterman, Elaine Peterman, jen... Porter. Patricia 245 01 14 Pinzino, Mary 245 Reneau, Mary 246 Poisal, James 245 4 T6 00 Jl 3 l l 44 244 : 244 1 244 4 138,139 bl 14 56,244 l 1 11 01 244 201 ,244 244 44 1 44 I 4 244 4 r 244 244 98 4 .244 01 44 34 neil 54 Pape, Donald 201 Pappas. John 201 Park, Marilyn 215 Peters, lrvin 177 Peters, Virginia 201 Peters, William 245 Park, Raymond 176 Park, Rita 201 Parker, Barbara 244 Parker, Charles 90,201 Parker, Dennis 265 Parker, John 90,244 Parker. John 90,244 Petersen , John 201 Peterson, Edward 177 Peterson. John 245 Peterson, Margaret 177 Peterson, Mark 245 Peterson, Patricia 245 Peterson , Susan 245 Porter, Martha 73,245 Portcrfield, Polly 245 Posal, Sharon 202 Post, Beatrice 245 Postlethwait, James 177 Postupack, Valerie 153,245 Pottebaum. Cecilia 202 Pottehausm. Herman 202 Potter. James 246 Rabius, Linda 202 Parker Parker Parker Parker Parks, Parks, Parks, Parks, Parks, Parks, . John 90 , Philip 244 , Robert 244 , Sally 154,244 Alan 244 Chastain 41,104,141 Kathryn 201 Kermit 176 Linda 201 Patricia 201 Parks, Terry 83 Parman, Jean 244 Parmeter, Richard 244 Petrich, Robert 245 Petroff, Michael 201 Petry, Carla 245 Petsch, Kathleen 245 Petter, Alan 201 Pettigrew, Warren 177 Pettijohn, Charles 245 Petty, Grace 245 Pettyjohn, Donald 245 Phares, Stephen 215 Phi Beta Lambda 50 Phillips, Alana 201 Phillips, Elizabeth 201 Potter, Kay 202 Potter, Linda 202 Poulter, Candice 246 Powell, Claudia 246 Powell, Donald 177 Powell, Donna 246 Powell, Karen 260 Powell, Marilyn 246 Powell, Regina 265 Powells, Karla 66,202 Power, Dan 146,147 Power, Robert 202 Power, Victor 246 Ravunas, Thomas 246 Rader. Wlarlha ITT Rader. Sandra 246 Ragan. Denise 66.216 Rogan. Linda 202 Rages, Daxid 241: Ragland, Deborah T3 Ragland. Want-y l36.2-86 Ragland, Reginald 92,109.1-46.246 Ragon. James 246 Ragsdalc. Jack ITT Rainey . Lee 202 Rains, lflarold 265 Raker. Douglas 103 Ralston. Jackie 246 Ralston, Linda 246 Ramey. Michael 202 Rsmcy, Richard 246 Ramlow. Ronald 215 Ramos. Pedro 88 Ramsey, Gerald 78,246 Randolph, Cathy 246 Parr. John 96,244 Parsons, Debra 244 Parsons, Diane 201 Parsons, Mike 100 Patik, Mary 201 Patmore, Ruth 176 Phillips, Leslie 245 Phillips, Mark 94 Phillips, Richard 108 Phillips, Rodney 201 Phillips, Terry 215 Powers, Cathy 74 Powers. Joseph 246 Powers, Kathleen 246 Pozin, Glen 202 Praetorius. Robert 80 Randolph, Houston 100,246 Rangel, Manuel 265 Ranson, Kathleen 177 Rapp. Paul 246 Rarris, Linda 246 Patrick, Minnie 176 Patrick, Robert 108,176 Patters on, Normal 176 Patterson, Richard 109,244 Patterson, Sylvia 201 Patti, Linda 245 Pattigrew, Francis 245 Patton, Dennis 244 Patton, Donald 98,245 Patton, Jerry 141 Patton, John 245 Pauch, Diane 245 Paul, Mike 144 Paulsmeyer, Duane 201 Pautz, Janet 245 Payne, Crystal 245 Payne, Janet 72,201 Payne, Lawrence 245 Payne, Roy 245 Payton, Beverly 201 Payton, Ronald 88,201 Peak, Thomas 55,84,245 Pearce, Clarence 177 Pearce, Jerry 265 Pearson, Debra 260 Pearson, Scott 103,109,119 Pecher, Richard 245 Peck, William 177 Pedigo, Donald 260 Pehr, Nancy 201 Pemberton, Brenda 245 Pemberton, Steven 245 Pence, Pence, Penny 245 Steve 265 Pennington, Debra 245 Penniston, Donna 60 Penniston, Lucinda 265 Perdue, John 245 Perez, Jesse 265 Perfett, Raymond 177 Perkins, Dennis 245 Phinney, John 177 Phipps, Michael 201 Phi sigma Epsilon 94,95 Pickrell, Jamie 202 Piepergerdes, M. 245 Pieplow, David 245 Pierce, Charles 245 Pierce, Donna 245 Pierce, Glenn 177 Pierce, Robert 169,177 Pierson, Loretta 245 Pigg, Connie 202 Pilattner, Dave 103 Pilkington, James 142,177 Pinkerton, John 109,245 Pinkerton, Nancy 245 Pinkerton, Patrick 202 Pinsonneault, Richard 103 Piper, Sibyl 70,245 Pipkin, Michael 55,96,202 Pirtle, Judy 245 Pischel, Mary 202 Pitman, Bruce 202 Pitman, Vance 245 Pittman, Julia 265 Pittman, Riley 177 Pitts, Earl 245 Pitts, Ronald 245 Place, Melody 13,70,245 Plank, Joyce 64 Plassmeyer, Denis 245 Platt, Paul 245 Plattner, David 245 Plumberg, Jerome 202 Plunk, Dolores 177 Plut, Frank 260 Poccia, Kevin 85 Poe, David 265 Poe, Debbie 245 Poggi, Christine 202 Pohl, Judy 39,513,202 Prakash, Amar 265 Prather, Janice 202 Prather, Patricia 121,246 Rasse, Marilyn 246.260 Rath, James 246 Rathman, Richard 246 Pratt, Lorraine 246 Praust. Jean 260 Precht, Nancy 246 Premer, Wendy 246 Preston, Rebecca 246 Prettyman, Robert 202 Price, Michael 103 Price, Peggy 246 Price, Raymond 41 Pride, Charles 265 Prigel, Rebecca 202 Pritchard, Jacque 246 Prives, Christine 246 Privitt, Patricia 202 Proffitt, Bobby 215 Proffitt, Richard 246 Provance, Roger 96,246 Pruett, Terry H0 Pryor, Renee 246 Pryor, Thomas 246 Puckett, Janice 58,202 Puckett, Phyllis 246 Pugh, Clyde 246 Pullen, James 177 Pulley, Judy 246 Purvis, Patricia 246 Pyle. Dennis 265 Ratliff, Gary 202 Ratliff, Patricia 246 Rau, Gerald 246 Rauh, Sharon 153,177 Rauscher, Mary 56 Rawlins, Brenda 246 Ray, Deborah 265 Reach, Bruce 246 Reach. Nicholus 246 Ream, Barry 265 Reames, Martha 246 Reams, Curtis 149,177 Reams, Ruth 246 Reardon, Karen 153.246 Reavis, Florence 246 Redel, Dianne 50.246 Redwine, Robert 78 Reed, Jerry 246 Reed, Johnny 265 Reed, Kathleen 246 Reed, Marcella 246 Reese, Larry 265 Reeves, Richard 265 Regan, Robert 9B Rehkop, Dorothy 246 Reid, George 215 Reid, Quinita 246 Reid, Roger 260 Reineke. Michael 246 Reinhard, Thomas 246 Reinken, Lemay 202 Reistad, Paulette 74.202 Rekaibah, Abdullah 215 Rellglous Life Councll 44 Quammen, Jane 56,246 Quibell, Gertrude 177 Quick, Janet 246 Renfro, Renick, Julie 202 Nancy 177 Renklau, .leans 202 Repinac. Gail 62 Repp, Elizabeth 202 Perkins, Janice 245 Pohl, Lisa 245 Quimby, Milford 177 Perkins, Nancy 245 Perreault, Lawrence 177 Perrin, Lloyd 245 Perry, Bill Perry. Julia 245 Perry, Melvin 201 Perry, Sybil 56,245 Perryn, Roger 201 Pershing Rifles 48 Pertile, Victoria 245 Pcssctto, Kenny 245 Peter, William 177 Peterman, Elaine 245 Petcrman, Jerry 201 Poisal, Virgil 214 Polito, Beverly 202 Pollard, David 202 Pollard, James 95.245 Pollard, Kathy 245 Polnack, Hilda 56,245 Polomsky, William 215 Ponting, Timothy 245 Poole, Douglas 202 Poore, Bradley 245 Porter, Arnold 149.202 Porter, John 90,245 Porter, Lanny 202 Residence Center 262-266 Quinlan, Warren 246 Quinn, William 246 Quistorfl, Edwinn 177 Rabidcau, Cecilia 263 Rabius, Donna 246 279 Rethemeyer, Robert 215 Rewoldt, Reynolds. Reynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds. Ruth 202 Dennis 246 Harold 177 James 203 Mark 265 Sharon 246 Terry 246 Rhetor Queen Coronation 36.31 18 39 Rhetor Rhoads. Rhoads, Rhone. Staff 42,43 Janet 246 Jude 246 Walter l09.ll4,ll'l.ll9.l4l Rogers. Annie 247 Rice. Don 177 Rirc. Elwood 100 Rice, Nlithael 217 Rice. Ronald 215 Ri.-h. Greg 109 Rin-hard. Robert 103 Ria-hard. Ronald 215 Richards. James 203 Rit-linrds. Janet 260 Richards. Nlichael 215 Rit-hardson.- Billy 265 Robinson. Rashele 70 Robinson. Robert 92.203 Robinson. Robert 95 -Robinson, Wann 247 Rode, James 2-17.265 Rodgers. Lynn 247 Rodriguez. Jerry 162,265 Roe, Roy 203 Roeder, Walter 85 Roger, Roy 247 Sat-hs, Diana 215 Saddler. Sadicb, Roy 248 Michael 96.109.203 Sadler, Deborah 248 Sadler. Philip 177 Sadler, Rebecca 261 Saladin. Chet 124 Schmidt, Duane 178 Schmidt, Jerry 96 Schmidt, Karen 261 Schmidt. Marilynn 178 Schmidt, Richard 215 Schmidt. Russell 204 Schmiedelcr, S. 204 Schmitt. Deborah 248 Schmitz, Cecelia 248 Schmitz, James 248 Schmutzler. P. 248 Scbnakenberg. K. 248 Seley. James 204 Richardson Richardson Richardson . Cecil 177 , llarold 203 . .loycph 265 Richey , Sharon' 247 Schoemig, Thomas 248 Sanders Richardson. P. lg-17 Richardson. Ro ert 203 Richcrson. Ro rt 247 Rickman. C. 177 Ricks, Beatrice 177 Ridall. Clec 203 Riddle, Cheryl 247 Riddle. Janice 247 Rider, Nancy 260 Ridgway, Robert 247 Ridings. John 103 Riebold. Floyd 177 Richold, Robert 203 Ricks, Linda 247 Ries. Carol 247 Riesterer. Janet 247 Rietbrock. Carol 247 Rietbroclt, Fred 177 Rife. Judith 265 Rife. Richard 109,247 Riffie, Rober 247 Riffle, Barbara 203 Riggins, Eva 247 Rogers. Deborah 247 Rogers, Larry 247 Rogers. Lu Ann 247 Rogers. Ritchie 98,247 Rogers, Susan 265 Rollert, Geoffrey 104 Rollins. Zcpha 265 Salcmie. Bernard 248 Saling, Jane 248 Saling, Mary 248 Sallee, Ancil 248 Sallee. David 96.248 Sallee, Gary 248 Schnakenberg, K. J. 248 Schnakenberg. R. 248 Schnakenberg. Roger 248 Roma, Alberto 177 Rodney. Jeanne 68,247 Rosanbalm, Jo Anne 247 Roscher, Cheryl 247 Salmon. David 248 Sample, George 177 Samples, Gregory 85,248 Sampson. Edwin 77 Rose, John 247 Rose, Mary 203 Rose. Russell 103.247 Rose, William 177 Roseburr, Angela 153,247 Roseman. Eldon 247 Roseman, Linda 247 Rosewcll. Carol 247 Rosine, Judy 260 Rosley, Chuck 103 Sampson, Harold 177 Sampson. Lurae 261 Samson, Anthony 248 Samuels, Terrie 66 Sanders, Christine 248 Sanders, Eugene 215 Sanders. Jim 146 Sanders. Leona 248 Sanders, Steven 248 . Timothy 203 Ross, Frederick 260 Ross. James L. 247 Ross, Wade 41 l Ross, Wayne 92 Rost. Cynthia 247 ROTC 16,17 Riggs, Virgil 177 Riley, Eddy 265 Riley, Nancy 247 Riley, Rickey 247 Riley. Theron 247 Rimel, Charles 37.42.203 Rimmer, Kenneth 203 Rinehard, Mike 247 Rinehart, Constance 203 Ring, Ring, G rego ry 260 Mike 142 Ringer. Paula 247 Rinne, Charles 203 Rippeto, Janet 247 Risher. Robert 247 Risley. Denise 247 Rittenhouse, Dennis 247 Ritter, Marcia 247 Ritter, Rose 203 Rivera, Michael 203 Rizzo, Henry 265 Roach, Deborah 247 Ruggles, Daniel 247 Robbins, James 247 Roberts, Debra 247 Sherman. Robert Roach, Larry 247 Robb. James 95 Robb, Kenneth 177 Robberson. Vicki 260 A Robbins. Meredith 56.203 Roberson, Ammon 177 Roberson. Vicky 247 Roberts, Charles 100.247 Roberts. David 203 Roberts. Karen 247 Roberts, Linda 260 Roberts. Lynn 203 Roberts, Ron 177 Robertson. David 247 Robertson. Dennis 265 Robinctt. Susan 247 Robinson. David 85 Robinson. Jim 247 Robin-on. Kenneth 247 Rotert, Annette 247 Rotert, Stephen 203 Roth, David 100,203 Roth, Dennis 260 Roth, Janet 247 Roth. Jim 104 Rountree, Joy 203 Roush, Nancy 247 Roush, Timothy 265 Routh, Rosie 203 Rowald, Merrily 203 Rowe, William 203 Royal, Victor 100 Ruark, Betty 247 Rubenstein. Mark 103,124,133,137,138 Ruckman, .10 247 Rudasill, Jean 260 Rudasill, Marilyn 247 Rudolph, Keith 247 Rudroff, Karen 247 Rudroff, Mary 261 Ruebpohl. Mary 247 Ructer, Gloria 247 Ruettgers. E. 247 Rugg, Tracy 203 Ruhl, David 203 Ruhl, Kathy 247 Runyon, Jerry 103,124,131 Rupert, Shirley 265 Ruprecht, Deborah 64,248 Rush, Ernest 177 Rush, Leo 265 Russell, Jack 177 Sandy. John 104 Santoro. Pete 109,112,113 Sappington. David 248 Sappington, Hal 177 Sarver, Susan 248 Sass, Billy 204 Sassi, Louis 215 Sauble. Michael 248 Saunders. Barbara 248 Saunders, Barbara J. 64 Savage, Donna 204 Savage, Edward 215 Savage. Nancy 248 Savery, Harry 177 Savitske, Scott 248 Savona, John 103,204 Sawyer, Michael 146,248 Saxon. David 204 Scanga, J. 77 Scannell. Kathleen 68 Scarborough, Dennis 204 Scarff, Marcia 248 Schadt, Barbara 204 Schafer, Carol 177 Schafer. John 80 Schafermeyer, Ken 248 Schaffner, Judith 204 Schaller, David 248 Schanzmeyer, Ruth 58 Scheer, Ron 78 Scheets. Bruce 98 Scheidt, Carol 248 Schell, Rosalie 178 Schelp, Stan 100 Scheperle, Darrel 248 Scheperle. Susan 248 Schieszer, Kathryn 204 Schildroth, Lynn 248 Schilly, Diane 56,248 Schippers. Ronald 204 Schler, Charles 248 Schncehcrger. Michele 248 Schneider, Betty 248 Schneider, Cathy 248 Schneider. Dorothy 204 Schneider. Frank 100,248 Schneider, Harold 204,248 Schneider, Stephen 204 Schnieders, Evelyn 204 Schnieders, Julie 248 Schnieders, Larry 105,167 Schoemig. Barbara 154,204 Schoen, Stephen 43,86,204 Schoenthal, Ann 68,204 Schoff, Dianne 248 Scholle, Thomas 248 Schooling, Debbie 248 Schooling, Paul 248 Schooling, Raymond 248 Schooling, Ruth 215 Schowengerdt, M. 248 Schowengerdt. S. 248 Schrader, Dennis 204 Schrag, Gerald 178 Schreiber, Jane 265 Schreimann, Duane 248 Schroder. Bonnie 261 Schroeder, Becky 248 Schroeder, Cynthia 215 Schueter. Mary 248 Schuette, Martha 248 Schulenberg. Bill 103,248 Schulte. Helen 204 Schulte, Kathleen 248 Schulz. Walter 215 Schulze, Mark 248 Schulze, Philip 248 Schumacher, Carla 248 Schumacher. Elroy 124,249 Schumacher, Kenneth 76.249 Schumacher. Wayne 204 Schumaker, Scott 249 Schumaker, Stanley 78 Schupmann, Albert 204 Schussler, Darlene 204 Schuster. James 215 Schuster, Kathryn 204 Schutte, Phyllis 249 Schwaneke, John 103 Schwartz, Robert 178 Schwarz, Terri 249 Schweer, Ralph 265 Scogin, Donna 261 Scott, David 144,249 Scott, Douglas 78,249 Scott, Ellen 41 Russell, Kay 248 Russell, Linda 203 Russell. Sandra 248 Russell, Vivian 203 Rust, Elton 265' Schlichting. Connie 204 Schlomer, David 204 Schlueter, Homer 204 Schlueter, James 204 Scbluetcr, Janis 64,248 Scott, Marsha 249 Scott, Mary 178 Scott, Shelby 215 Scott, Thomas 86 Scott, William 204 Scrivner, Mona 249 Scudder, Martha 249 Ruth, Lance 203 Ruth, Robert 96 Ruth. William 265 Rutledge. Patricia 265 Robinson. Marsha 153.247 Robinson, Phyllis 203 Robinson. Phyllis 11. 203 Ryan. Kevin 248 Ryan, Rex 203 Ryhery, Rick 248 Schlup, Paul 248 Schmedding, N. 95 Schmid, Dale 98,261 Schmid, Deana 68 Schmid, Linda 248 Schmidle. David 215 Schmidt, Beverly 248 280 Scutter, John 83 Sears. Edie 249 Sears, Melinda 10,12,58,204 Seaton, Kathleen 204 Sebald. Edward 204 Sebastian, Deborah 204 Sebert. Candace 261 Scburn. TlI0mHN Sgqlgc. Linda 265 Sc-dgc. Richard 2l Sedgwick, Riehari See. Donald 10.11 Sec, Earl 23.173 Sec, Karen 249 Scefurth. Cathy 2 Seek. Robert 249 Seeley. Robert 17 Seever. Michael 2 Seigcl. Steven 109 Sciglar. Christi 21 Selby, Johnny 10- Sell. Wayne 249 Scllars, John 204 Sellers. James 201 Sells, Marilyn 54. Seloy, Kenneth 2- Semkin. Sharon 1 Semonisck, Robel Semsch, Jerry 241 Seniors 181-210 Sents. Jeffery 245 Serrone, Mary 24 Setser. David 249 Setser. Michael 2 Settergren, Carol Settle, Roger 249 Settles, Robert 24 say, Vickie 249 Sewell, Georgia 1 Sexton, Carl 178 Sexton. Terrie 24 Shackelford, Judi Shackelford, R. 2 Shackelford, Stev Shadley, Susan li Shadwick, Britt 2 Shaffmaster. Wer Shakespeare. Che Shanks, Gary 249 Shanks, Glenda 2 Shanks, Richard Sharp, Gary 249 Sharp. Jerry 96,2 Sharp. Patricia 51 Sharp. Raymond Shatto. Bill 249 Shatto, Robert 24 Shaw, Beth 249 Shaw, Claudia 24 Shaw, Ronald 205 Shaw, Gail 249 Shaw, Steven 249 Shay, Pat 249 Shea. Kathleen 21 Sheeley, Sheila 21 Sheeley, Susan 24 Shelby, Holly 154 Sheldon. Candice Shelley. Annell 2 Shelor, Larry 55.' Shelton. Billy 101 Shelton, Kathryn Shelton, Paul 245 Shepard, Lynne I Shepard. Mary 21 Shepherd, Caroly Sherard, Vicki 24 Sherbo, Robert 21 Shefp. Susan 249 Sherrell, Lowell 2 Shields. Timothy Shine, Timothy 9 Shine, William 91 Shi!-WP. Mickey 80 Shippy, Ernie 95 shark. Kathy 249 Shitcr, Freddie 1 Shot-key. Eleanor 5h0cmaker, Guy Shoemaker, Walt. Snider, Joan 205 1 178 15 1-1 -18 8 -18 . 248 48 er 248 ele 248 .8 18 204 00,248 204,248 204 204 48 105,167 154,20-1 248 1,86,20-4 3,204 18 248 8 id 248 .5 248 ,48 104 1 5 e 248 261 248 a 215 8 248 103,248 t 248 1 8 a 248 y 124,249 neth 76,249 ne 204 249 ey 78 rt 204 e 204 15 1 204 49 103 178 9 65 1 149 ,249 14 49 249 1,12,58,204 204 204 ah 204 261 Seburn, Thomas 178 Sedge. Linda 265 Scdge, Richard 249 Sedgwick. Richard 80,249 See. Donald 10,11 Sec. Earl 23,178 See, Karen 249 Seefnrth, Cathy 249 Seek, Robert 249 Seeley, Robert 178 Seev er, Michael 249 Seigel. Steven 109 Seiglar, Christi 249 Selby. Johnny- 103,204 Seley, .lames 204 Sell. Wayne 249 Sellars, John 204 Sellers, .lames 204 Sells, Marilyn 54,68 Seloy, Kenneth 249 Semkin, Sharon 249 Semonisek, Robert 178 Semseh, Jerry 249 Seniors 181-210 Sents. Jeffery 249 Serrone, Mary 249 Setser, David 249 Setser, Michael 249 Settergren, Carol 265 Settle, Roger 249 Settles, Robert 265 Sevy, Vickie 249 Sewell, Georgia 178 Sexton, Carl 178 Sexton, Terrie 249 Shaekelford, Judith 215 Shackelford, R. 249 Shackelford, Steven 249 Shadley, Susan 12,54,74,204,249 Shaclwiek, Britt 204 Shaffmaster, Wendy 249 Shakespeare, Cheryl 215 Shanks, Gary 249,261 Shanks, Glenda 249 Shanks, Richard 215 Sharp, Gary 249 Sharp, Jerry 96,249 Sharp, Patricia 58 Sharp, Raymond 178 Shatto, Bill 249 Shatto, Robert 249 Shaw, Beth 249 Shaw, Claudia 249 Shaw, Ronald 205 Shaw, Gail 249 Shaw, Steven 249 Shay, Pat 249 Shea, Kathleen 205 Sheeley. Sheila 205 Sheeley, Susan 249 Shelby, Holly 156 Sheldon, Candice 249 Shelley, Annell 205 Shelor, Larry 55,96 Shelton, Billy 100 Shelton, Kathryn 249 Shelton, Paul 249 Shepard, Lynne 249 Shepard, Mary 215 Shepherd, Carolyn 249 Sherard, Vicki 249 Sherbo, Robert 249 Sherman, Robert 249 Sherp, Susan 249 Sherrell, Lowell 265 Shields, Timothy 249 Shine, Timothy 98,249 Shine, William 98,137,l38,139,205 Shipp, Mickey 80,249 Shippy, Ernie 95 Shirk, Kathy 249 Shiver, Freddie 105,109 Shoekey, Eleanor 178 Shoemaker, Guy 84 Shoemaker, Walter 85 Shoot, Kathryn 58.2-19 Shoot. Steven 205 Short. Alta 249.265 Short. Norman 124.178 Short. Pamela 56,249 Shotwell, Kathy 249 Shonr, Craig 90,124,l32,133,249 Shreve, Donna 2-19 Shreve, Karen 205 Shreve, Linda 249 Shroder, Carla 249 Shroder, Randy 261 Shropshire. Ronald 265 Shrout, Peggy 205 Shuler, Donna 215 Shulsc, Donn 205 Shultz, Lewis 178 Shulz, Debra 249 Shumate, Janice 215 Siebert, .lohn 205 Sieckman, Jackie 80,249 Siegfried, Janet 205 Sicgrist, Kathryn 249 Sieker, Lavada 249 Sievers, Corrie 250 Sievers, Lori 250 Sigma Gamma Rho 70,71 Sigma Kappa 72,73 Sigma Phi Epsilon 96,97 Sigma Pi 98,99 Sigma Sigma Sigma 74,75 Sigma Tau Delta 51 Sigma Tau Gamma 100,101 Silvers, Robert 205 Siminis, Nancy 250 Simmermon, Eddy 95,205 Simmons, Connie 250 Simmons, Jane 72,250 Simmons, .lim 215 Simon, Natalie 250 Simon, Patricia 28,39,64 Simon, Scott 205 Simonitsch, Jean 265 Simonitsch, Judith 265 Simons, Dorothy 205 Simpson, Gary 146 Simpson, W. 6,7 Sims, Chesley 250 - Sims, Evelyn 178 Sims, Lowell 250 Sims, Randall 105,205 Sinclair, Carol 265 Sinclair, Marilyn 205 Singer, Raymond 265 Singleton, Deborah 250,265 Singleton, Richard 92 Siragusa, Mary 250 Sisk, Nina 250 Sitzes, Karen 250 Sivils, Brenda 250 Skaggs. .lohn 205 Skaggs, Sandra 250 Skouby, Kenneth 205 Slade, Russell 48 Slaggs, Bobbi 250 Slagle, Annetta 178 Slaughter, Conway 250 Slinkard, Sherry 250 Sloan, David 105 Slusher, Larry 205 Slusher, Sally 205 Small, David 98,250 Small, Hans 205 Small, John 105,205 Small, Sharon 205 Smallwood, Cathy 215 Smardo, Barbara 205 Smarr, Donna 58,205 Smarr, Rex 250 Smart, Elnora 261 Smashey. Cheryl 250 Smead, .lohn 178 Smelser, Dave 43 Smith, Anderson 250 Smith, Avery 250 Smith. Smith. Smith. llsrlluru 39.34.62.250.205 Blaine 178 Caritu 215 Smith. Connie 250 Smith. Connie l.. 205 Smith. Deborah 73,250 Smith. Dena 250 Smith, Diana 250 Smith. Donna 250 Smith, Dorrant-e 250 Smith. Douglas 250 Smith. Elizabeth 250 Smith, Fonda 13,62,250 Smith, Frank, 109 Smith. George 86 Smith. Glenna 250 Smith, Gregory 83,205 Smith, Harold 250 Smith. Howard 250 Smith, James 43,178 Smith, Jane 250 Smith. .lanice 250 Smith. .lohn 205 Smith. Judith 250 Smith, Karen 250 Smith, Kathie 250 Smith, Kathy 250 Smith, Keith 250 Smith, Larry 146 Smith, Leatha 154,156,250 Smith. Linda 250,261 Smith, Linda 250 Smith, Lonna 205 Smith, Mark 250 Smith, Martha 250 Smith, Nellie 250 Smith, Patricia 250 Smith, Petrie 100 Smith, Ray 86,250 Smith. Rebecca 250 Smith, Robert 250 Smith, Roger 205 Smith, Rusty 147 Smith, Susan 261 Smith, Terry 250 Smith, Veta 205 Smith, Vicki 250 Smith, Wayne 205 Smith, William 205,250 Smoek, Deborah 250 Snavely. .loe 205 Snead, .loy 250 Snedeger. Ruth 205 Sneed, Daniel 100,205 Snell, Larry 250 Snelling, Leo 100 Snider, Beverly 250 Snider , Royetta 205 Snoble, Joseph 178 Snodgress, Patricia 250 Snorgr Snow- Snow. ass, Donald 206 Deborah 250 Dennis 90 Snowman, Michael 250 Snyder, Haddock 178 Snyder, James 250 Snyder, Shelley 250 Snyder, Steven 206 Soendker, Ronald 250 Sommer, Leslie 206 Sommerv-ille, Dennis 55,84 Sommerville, K. 250 Sorens Sosebe Sosebe Soule. en, William 250 e, Allen 30,169,178 e, Allen 97 David 98,205 Sousley. Janine 250 Southard. Donna 250 Southwich. Tony 103 Seward, Leon 251 Sowell, Christopher 251 Spader, Diane 251 Spainh Spnke- 281 our, Sandra 206 Lee 251 Nwl'1inu.1..t.....1:51 Spal1lin5:.Jalt1'2.11 Spalding. ,lf'unnt-tt. 131 Spalding. New 1t1'n,l'v1 Spark-. liramla 11.211 Spark-. klnirlu lilo Sparling. X1 illmm 178 Spannhur-t. Nvdnvv 68.231 Spears. J Iltt I' 106 Spea-0. tiary 231 Speer-. tlltom 231 Spemr. Joe 105 Spenrer. llvhorah 7.1.2116 Spent-er. Joe 231 Spencer. Julia 68.251 Spencer. Linda 54.66 Sperry. tlarol 231 Spiller. Warren 261 Spillman. Wesley 178 Splinter, Roger 178 Spotts. Linda 206 Spradlin. Stevt-11231 Spratt. Dean 251 Spring, Larry 265 Sprinkel. Teila 251 Sprinkle. Richard 251 Spry. Ruth 251 Spry. Steven 251 Spurgeon, Gary 251 Spurgeon, Jerry 251 Spurlock, Richard 251 Squier. Thomas 206 Squires, .lan 251 Srack. Russell 251 St. John, Nancy 252 St. Louis, Patrick 109 Stafford. Judy 251 Stafford, Willa 206 Stahl, Alan 251 Stahlman, Thomas 206 Staley, Peggy 251 Stallard, Linda 251 Stallman, Gary 206 Stalsworth, Mark 251 Stamper, ,lean 251 Stanfield, Marion 251 Stanley. Susan 261 Stanton, Cathy 265 Stanton, Gary 109 Stanton, William 178 Stanway, Amy 251 Staples, Mary 251 Stapleton, Robert 100 Stark, Dana 206 Stark, Dem er 215 Stark. John 215 Stark. Keith 251 Stark, Penny 13,6t,251 Starke, James 251 Starke, Karen 206 Starke, Tom 251 Starr. Dorothy 215 Station, Arnold 251 Statler, Benito 206 Staton. Densil 215 Staton. Diana 261 Staton. Larry 251 Stauffcr. Gloria 251 Stauffer. Marilyn 231 , Stedelin, Matthew 100,201 Steele, David 251 Steele. Robert 109.111 Steele, Sliaron 36.251 Str.-eulicrgen. Gayla 131.131 Steenllergen. l.ylvn 231 Steffan. SHUT? 251 Steffens, Rosalyn 206 Steffene. Sandra 251 Stegner. Barham 206 Stegner. Shirley 251 Stein. JHFUCH 251 Stein. Stephen 105 Steiner, lkarla 251 Stephens, Charles 1011 Stephens, David 251 Torwer, John 265 Stephens, Karen 206 Stephens. Lynda 251 Stephens, Marily n 215 Stephens, Mona 251 Stephens, Richard 251 Stephenson. Michael 251 Sterling. lluane 178 Sterne. Lucas 178 Steuezer, Cathy 251 Stevener, Beterly 251 Stetencr, Judy i206 Stex ener, Marc 146,251 Stetens, Lawrence 261 Stevens. Mark 1 1 ,251 Stevens, Nancy 2 1 Stevens, Rita 58, 6 Steyens. Sherry 251 Stevenson, Beth 265 Steward, Dave 124 Steward, Vionne, 70.206 Stewart. Byron 178 Stewart. Harry, 206 Stewart. .lames 251 Stewart, Marlene 215 Stewart, Nancy' 251 Stewart, Robert 178 Stewart, Ruth Ann 261 Stewart, Virginia 215 Stewart, Virginia M. 261 Stewart, William 86,251 Stewart, William H. 86 Stuke, Glen 206 . Stull, Kerry 265 Stumpff. Keith 178 Sturgeon, Jonathan 90,215 Sturgeon, Mary' 74 Sturm, Kristine 215 Suddarth. Julie 250 Suddarth, Marshall 206 Sudendore, Edwar 215 Sullins, Phillip 215 Sullivan, Morey' 250 Sullivan, Nancy 206 Sullivan, Peggy 250 Sullivan, Susan 250 Sullivan, Thomas 250 Summa, Janet 250 Summers, David 98,206 Summers, Francine 206 Summers, Janell 178 Summers, Janet 206 Summers. Robert 178 Summers, Rose 250 Summy, Larry 206 Sumpler, Paula 68 Sunderland, Bobbi 250 Sunderland, Kathy 250 Sundermeyer, M.S. 58206 Taylor. Lois 250 Taylor, Marilyn 250 Taylor, Pamela l3,6t,207 Taylor, Roddey 178 Taylor, Rodney' 250 Taylor, Teresa 250 Tay-lor. Velma 178 Taylor, William 207 Teague, Martha 261 Tebbenkamp, Terry 100,207 Tebbenkamp, Shirley 250 Tebbenka mp, Mary 207 Tebow. Techau. Tede, R Patricia 207 Gene 250 andy 144 Tees, Arthur 178 Teghtmeyer, Samuel 250 Tempel, Joyce 253 Tempel, Marilyn 73 Tempkins, Robert 137 Templeton, Charles 253 Tennis, Terrell, Sally 265 Brenda 58,207 Tessar, Thomas 86,137,138 Tesson, Eileen 253 Tester, Andrea 207 Tevlin, Thomas 100,253 Townsend, Marcia 73,253 Taulbee, Juliet 207 Stickrod, John M. 251 Stidham, Alan 251 Stiffler, Darrell 206 Stiles, Patricia 250 Stilwell, William 178 Simson. John 85 Stipec, Dorina 250 St. Louis, Carol 265 Stobaugh, Debra 40,250 Stock, James 250 Stock, Patricia 250 Stockbaucr, Greg 109,250 Stockdale, Ray 146,147 Stockman, Carolyn 250 Stockman, Kenneth 250 Stockman, Mary 206 Stoekman, Sandra 215 Stockton, Robert 250 Stoecklein, Thomas 261 Stoll, Carl 141 Stoll, Douglas 250 Stoll, Teresa 250 Stoll, Carol 250 Stone, Emily' Jean 261 Stone, Randal 206 Stoneking, Keith 250 Storelt. Elmer 265 Stoumbaugh. Janet 250 Stout, Grace 250 Stout. Tony 250 Stover, Gale 250 Stow, Sherry 250 Stowe, Barbara 250 A Strange, Sheri 250 Strasheim, Vickie 250 Strate. Larry 206 Strathmart. Richard 250 Stratton, Dan 103.206 Stratton, Jack 261 Straw. Helen 250 Strickladen, K.L. 206 Strobel. Phyllis 250 Stroesser, Frances 265 Strohmeyer, William 265 Strong. Ernest 109 Strope. Lawrence 105 Struchtemeyer, CLE. 250 Student Activities Board 30,31 Student Gov-emment Association 29 Stubbs, Roy 178 Student Staff -10,-11 Stuerlte. lkenneth 250 Stuetzer. Laura 250 Sturt-e. llarm 265 Sunder wirth, Paula 250 Sutherland, John 178 Swalm, Stephen 215 Swank, David 80,206 Swank, Eugene 250 Swank, Rebecca 215 A Swank, Theron 178 Swanson, Kathleen 250 Swanson, Patricia 206 Swanson, Saundra 207 Swaters, Roger 250 Swearengen, Terry 250 Swearingin, Lesta 250 Swetnam, Rick 34,250 Swetnam, William 250 Swezy. Jo 250 Swiger, Denzil 178 Swisher, James 178 Sylvester, Valerie 250 Sylwester, Harold 178 Taeket. Donald 207 Tackctt, Michael 250 Taggart, Charles 250 Taggart, Michael 250 Taggart. Pat 146 Talbert, Susan 250 Talbot, Charles 250 Talbott, Monica 250 Talley. Cole 250 Tallman, Richard 250 Tappmeyer, Debbie 250 Tash, William 207 Tassels 48 Tate, Cheryle 207 Tate. Joyce 250 Tattershall, Debbie 261 Tatum, Douglas 250 Tau Kappa Epsilon 102,103 Tewksbury, Darrell 137 Thacker, Darrell 11,253 Thacker, Gail 265 Thaller, Helena 253 Thanapisitikul, T. 207 Tharp, Michael 105,253 Tharp, Vicki 253 Theis, Charles 207 Theta Chi 104,105 Thielbar, Wilbur 178 Thieman, Debra 253 Thiemann, Dean 207 Thoma, Robert 253 Thomas, Ann 253 Thomas, Byron 85 Thomas , Cynthia 253 Thomas, Deborah 253 Thomas, Gary 207 Thomas, George 207 Thomas, Gerald 178 Thomas, James 216 Thomas, Kathleen 253 Thomas, Keith 253 Thomas, Larry 253 Thomas, Lonny 253 Thomas, Myrna 253 Thomas, Rebecca 253 Thomas, Terrie 253 Thompson, Amber 253 Thompson, Carol 207 Thompson, John 207 Thompson, Kenneth 179 Thompson, Linda 253 Thompson, Mary 265 Thompson, Myrna 39 Thompson, Neal 253 Thompson, Ronald 98 Thompson, Sharon 207 Thompson, Terry 253 Thompson, Timothy 253 Thompson, William 179 Thomurc, Robert 83,253 Thornton, Danny 253 Thornton, Danny Joe 253 Thornton, Gwyndelyn 253 Thousand, William 98 Taylor, Deborah 250 Taylor, Diana 250 Taylor, Elaine 250 Taylor, Esco 178 Taylor, James 207 Taylor, James M. 207 Taylor, Jennifer 207 Taylor. Jimmie 215 Taylor, Tay lor. Tay lor. Karen 250 Kenneth 265 Lamandres 250 Thuesen, Michael 97,253 Thurman, Frank 253 Thruman, Roy 253 Tivkemyer. Garland 179 Tickcmyer, Gary 179 Tieszcn, Marion 179 Tommons, Carl 253 Tinsley, Alvin 179 Tippctt, John 253 Tippctt. John 253 Tippie, Charles 253 Tipton, Travis 253 2 Tipton, William 179 Titus, Catherine 179 Toatley, Jeffrey 207 Tobaben. Rodney 97,207 Tobin, Ronald 265 Toburen, Janet 58,253 Todd, Connie 253 Todd, Donald 253 Todd, Harold 253 Todd, Howard 253 Todd, James 207 Todd, Leonard 253 Todd, Michael 216 Toellncr, Alan 83 Tolbert, Bruce 124,134,135,253 Toler, Charlotte, 216 Tolle, Lloyd, 253 Tolle. Randy 253 Toman, Loretta 151 Tompkins, Harley 253 Tompkins, Robert 136,137,179 Toombs, Frank 92 Toops, Larry 95,253 Tope, David 253 Topper, Susan 253 Torrey, Dennis 85 Tossell, Richard 179 Tosser, Ronald 207 Tostenrud, Robert 253 Towe, Cheryl 253 Towle, Wayne 265 Townley, Glenn 253 Towns, Joseph 265 Trabue, Cathy 253 Tracy, Patsy 253 Trader, William 253 Trammell, Lhamon 86,253 Trayford, Eugene 265 Trayford, Larry 265 Treece, Allen 253 Trent, Connie 207 Trent, Donna 64,253 Treu, Larry 179 Triplett, Conzeene 265 Tripp, David 265 Tripp, Sandra 253 Troeger, Lois 253 Trost, Robin 253 Trott, John 253 Troupe 253 Trout, Diana 207 Troutman, Bill 266 Troutwine, Carol 266 Troy, Michael 253 True, Wesley 179 Truesdell, Jill 253 Trugly, Stepahine 266 Truitt, Donna 261 Truitt, Marilyn 253 Tuccillo, Michelle 74,253 Tuchs, Rojer 82 Tuck, Gary 207 Tucker, Jacquelyn 261 Tucker, James 253 Tucker, Lawrence 207 Tudor, Jack 124,129 Tulipana, George 207 Tulipana, John 103 Tunnell, Marianne 254 Turk, Denise 254 Turley, Kaye 254 Turley, Lester 254 Turley, Robin 151,254 Turnhow, Bennett 254 Turner, Deborah 254 Turner, Nance 151,254 Turner, Richard 95,109 Turnham, Yale 207 Turnine, Donald 254 Turpin. Linda 6-1 Tutera. Frank 1011 Tutera. Joseph 103 Tuttle. 13011 137,138 Tuttle, Patricia Twilling, Thomai Twomcy, Alfred Tyler, Dean 254 Tyler, Joyce 254 Tyndall, Wanda ' Ty-nes, Ronald 17 Tyson, Annette 21 Tyson, Judith 21t Ullery, Dennis 20' llllrich, Sandra Ulrich, Robert 17' Umphenour, Roni Underclassmen 2 Underwood, Adele Underwood, Dianl Unglesby, Ina 179 Union Activities , United Campus I Unruh, Gary 207 Unsell, Emily 254 Upshaw, Denise 21 Upshaw, Herbert I Urner, Lewa 254 Usher, Alan 254 Utley. James 92,12 Utz, Michael 105.2 Utz, Sharon 254 Uxa, Cathy 254 Uychara. Corinne. Vacck, William 17 Vahrenberg, Peggy Vahrenberg, Rosa: Valbraeht, Wayne Valenti, Mary' 254 Valentine, Sue 216 Valenzuela, Donn: Van Bebber, C.M. Van Blair, Betty 1 Van Cannon, Johr Vancil, Larry 85 Van Cleave, Harol Van Dam, Ronald Van Derkamp, La Van Kirk, Janet 51 Van Leeuwen, K.ll Van Meter, Helen Van Natta, James Van Sickle, Debbi' Van Wormer, Dan Vanburen, Teresa Vance. Alan 254 Vance, Kenny 254 Vance, Peggy 207 l"mdi10r,J.S. 254 Vanck, Diane 254 Vankirk, Michael Vardiman, Mariel Turner, Frederick XPHUKTIBII. Debora Yllughan, Vicki 26 vaullhll. Patricia Yuwter, Elizabeth 101801. Harding 1. 1":"'ftl3S. Ronald 1 lflwgoni. Maria 2 1v:r1inden,J0hn 2 icrnon, Richard 1 1 culemans, Wiillia Vanck, Diane 254 07 4,135.253 3 6,137.179 i3 1,253 36,253 5 165 S6 .66 '4,253 261 107 9 .07 l 254 254 254 154 ,254 5,109 7 554 3 18 Tntllc. Patricia Twilling, Thomas 216 Twomey, Allred 179 Tyler, Dean 25-l Tyler. Joyce 254 Tyndall, Wanda 70,207 Tynes, Ronald 179 Tyson. Annette 266 Tyson. Judith 216 Ullery. Dennis 207 Ullrich, Sandra Ulrich, Robert 179 Umphenour, Ronald 109,254 Underclassmen 217-258 Underwood, Adele 254 Underwood, Diane 254 Unglesby, Ina 179 Union Activities Board 34,35 United Campus Christian Unruh, Gary 207 Unsell, Emily 254 Upshaw, Denise 254 Upshaw. Herbert 254 Urner, Lewa 254 Usher, Alan 254 Utley. James 92,124,130 Utz. Michael 105,254 Utz, Sharon 254 Uxa, Cathy 25-1 Uyehara, Corinne 72 Vacek, William 179 Vahrenberg, Peggy 261 Vahrenberg, Rosanne 254 Valbraeht, Wayne 207 Valenti, Mary 254 Valentine, Sue 216 Valenzuela, Donna 254 Van Bebber, C.M. 207 Van Blair, Betty 179 Van Cannon. John 206 Vancil, Larry 85 Van Cleave, Harold 179 Van Dam, Ronald 179 Van Derkamp, Larry 254 Van Kirk, Janet 56 Van Leeuwen, K.M. 254 Van Meter, Helen 208 Van Natta, James 254 Van Sickle, Debbie 208 Van Wormer, Dan 266 Vanburen, Teresa 254 Vance. Alan 254 Vance, Kenny 254 Vance, Peggy 207 Vandiver. J.S. 254 Vankirk, Michael 25-1 Vardiman, Marietta 254 Varner, Frederick 254 Vaughan, Deborah 254 Vaughan, Vicki 261 Vaughn, Patricia 216 Vawter, Elizabeth 64,208 Veigel, Harding 179 Vencgas, Ronald 103.208 Vcnegoni, Maria 254 Verlinden. John 254 Vernon, Richard 109,254 Vculemans, William 254 Fellowship 44 Viertel, ,lohn 25-1 Villarreal, Michael 254 Viltetoe. Jack 179 Vittorino, Pamela 208 Voga, Charles 261 Vogel, Judy 254 Vogel, Marilyn 254 Vogel, Robert 179 Vogel. Sandra 266 Vogelaar, Dean 43 Vogelsmeier. Don 266 Vogler, Gary 208 Vogt, Authur 254 Vogt, Gloria 254 Volling, Bruce 80 Vollmar, Bonnie 64,208 Vormwald, Thomas 208 Vossel, Lawrence 254 Vossler, Myrl 254 Vossler, Paul 216 Vossman, Patsy 266 Voth, Lawrence 254 Vutersky. Vickie 254 Wade, Bexerly 254 Wade, Carol 254 Wade, Carolyn 254 Wade, Gloria 266 Wade, Karen 266 Wade, Michael 208,266 Wagaman, Sheryl 254 Wagener, George 266 Wagener, Kenneth 179 Wagner, Kathy 18 Wagner, Michael 86,142,254 Wagner, Michele 266 Wagner, Steven 254 Wagner, William 266 Wah. John 266 Wahler, Phillip 254 Wainscott, Gary 78,254 Waisner, Gary 179 White, Albert 179 Walden. David 208 Walden, Eugene 254 Walden, Gary 254 Waldon, Bonnie 254 Walkenhorst, Robert 261 Walker, Charles 254 Walker, David 90 Walker, Floyd 179 Walker, Jane 254 Walker. Joann 56 Walker, Linda 208 Walker, Norman 90 Walker, Sandra 254 Wallace, Beverly 254 Wallace, Gail 254 Wallace, Helen 70 Wallace, William 95,254 Wallar, Ermalee 208 Wallendorf, Cynthis 254 Wallis, Donald 179 Walrath, Rosemarec 216 Walsh, Joyce 255 waist., Lisa 255 Waltcnmeyer, Brenda 255 Walter, Dorothy 266 Walter, Gregory 255 Walters, Cynthia 74.255 Walters, Linda 255 Walters, Linda L. 58 Walters, Nancy 179 Walters, Pamela 208 Walters, Patricia 208 Walthall, Robert 10-l Walton, Charlene 216 Walton, Edgar 78,255 Walz, Diane 208 Wall. Terry 255 Wang, Ruey 216 Wansing. Stet en 208 Ward. Hex erly 255 Ward. Brenda 255 Ward. Donna 255 Ward, Earl 255 Ward, Gloria 266 Ward. James 255 Ward, Kathleen 255 Ward. Kenneth 98,255 Ward. Natalie 255 Ward, Pamela 255 Ward. Rim-hard 255 Ward, Robert 255 Warden. Jerry' 255 Warden, Maryann 255 Ware, Robert 255 Warfield, Laura 216 Warlick, Ruby 179 Warner. Carmen 255 Warner, Deborah 255 Warner, Donald 255 Warner, Marsha 208 Vt elrly , Nancy .153 Well-. l1nnal1l'l7 W 1-Il-, 'lierry 255 Wclpman. Randall 153 W cl-. Kun 266 W elterrnan. Janet 1fil.2tlH W city. lx1'rmullv255 Wentlling.J1:un 2 1 M enger. lit-rn' 255 W crlc. t-rt-gory lllll Werneltc. Mun 21111 Wcrneltc. Donna 261 Wernelte. Karen 255 Wcrnckc. V illiam lm Werner, Kim 255 Merle. Gregory 255 Werthrnan. Leslie 64.255 W crthman, Mxloro 111.255 Weasel. lary 208 West. Albert 216 West, Carolyn 208 West. Deborah 255 West. Donna 256 West. Jack 256 Warner, Nancy 255 Warner, Terry 266 Warnken, Patricia 266 Warren, Elizabeth 216 Warren, Linda 208 Washburn, Barbara 255 Wasleski, Gerald 255 Waters, Clinton 255 Waters, Fran 266 Waters, Pamela 255 Watkins, Deborah 208 Watkins, Gary 255 Watson, Carl 255 Watson, Debra 151,15-1,155,255 Watt, Michael 208 Watts, Charles 255 Watts, James 255 Watts, Mary 255 Watts, Peggy 255 Waugh, Patricia 255 Way, Kevin 86.255 Wayman, Phyllis 255 Webb, Helen 208 Webb, Robert 216 Webb, Thelma 255 Webb, Tracy 90.255, Webber, Patricia 255 Webber, Russell 109 Webber, Stephen 255 Weber, James 105,109,110,115,118,255 Weber. Jerry 208 Weber, Linda 73 Weber, Mark 55,103,255 Webber, Mark Andrew 255 Webster, Fred 266 Webster, Philip 208 Weeks, Sammy 266 Wegener, Gary 101 Wegeng, Pamela 208 Wegeng, Terry 90 Wegmann, Marilyn 68,208 Wehmcyer, Gilbert 255 Wehmeyer, Janet 255 Wehmeyer, Kenneth 208 Wehmeyer, Sue 255 Wehrle, Mark 216 Wehle, ,lane 208 Weideman, Robert 255 West, James 256 West. Karen 208 West. Lyle 96,256 1 W est. latrit-ia 261 Wen. Phillip 256 West, Robert 256 Westbroo lt. John 256 Westbrook. Mary 256 Westholl. Janet 256 Westmoreland. Mary 256 Westmoreland. Becltie 256 Weston, Joseph 208 Wetzel. Wilma 28,256 Wewers, Richard 208 Whalen, Elaine 208 Whalen. Karen 256 Whalen, William 208 Whaley, Kim 105 Wheat, Barbara 256 Wheat, J erold 208 Wheatley, Larry 256 Wheaton, Dat id 77 Wheeler, Harry 208 Wheeler, Howard 256 Wheeler, Ken 209 Wheeler, Leta 256 Wheeler, Nancy 256 Wheeler, Ray 103 Wheeler, Sandra 13,7-1,121,261 Whitcrall, Deborah 256 Whitcralt, Donice 209 White. Arleta 256 White, Bill 256 White, Clara 256 White, Debra 256 White, Denise 266 White, Douglas 90.256 White, Gary 209 White. Gregory 256 White, Henry 256 White, James D. 85,256 White, James E. 256 Whitt. John 209 While, Mary 209 White, Pntrir-ia 256 White. Paul 256 White. Phillip 256 White. Thomas 209 While, W illiam 209 Weigand, Betty 216 Weigand, Michael 255 Wei gand, Thomas 208 Weinberg, Steve 255 W'ei t'. Weiss Lee 179 , Dasid 179 Weiss, Joann 74.255 Welbern, Deborah 39,73, 121 Welch, Beverly 255 Welch, Lin 165,179 Welch, Mary 56 Welch, Stephanlfi 255 Welch, Zane 216 283 Whiteaker, Michael 256 Whithaus. Cynthia 261 Whitehead, Dorothy 266 Whitehead. John 35.179 Whiteman. James 103 Whilener. Donna 136 Whiteside. Lowell 179 v'l.ath..a.. tiyntha.. na Whiting. Bruce 256 Whiting. Gary 103 Whitley , Cordelia 20'-I Whitney. Rirhard 97 Michael 105,257 Whitsitt, James 256 Whitsin, John 256 V'hilsitt, Vickie 256 anne, William 216 Wiedenmann. Nlartha 256 W iedenmeyer, Rhonda 56.256 Wieland, Darlene 256 Q Wiemholt, Eddie 256 Wienberg, Nancy 256 Wienberg. Sheryl 261 Wies, Terry 98,146,256 Wilbanks, Hellry 209 Wilrkcns. Christine 209 Wilckens, James 90 Wilcox, Stephen 85 Wilde. Edwin 2 Wiley. John 256 Wilford, Dannyj2l6 Wilgus. Jill 209 Wilinson. Christie 256 Wilkerson. Charles 209 Wilkerson, Phyllis 256 Wilkerson, Roe 256 Wilkey, Harry 179 Wilkins, Robert 209 Wilkins. Vinitta 256 Wilkinson, Nancy 256 Wilkinson, Terry 256 Willard, David 256 Willbanks, Sheila 256 Williams, Allen 209 Williams, David 266 Williams, Deborah 261 Williams, Dian 64,256 Williams, Dixie 266 Williams, Frances 261 Williams, Harold 256 Williams, Hugh 179 Williams, James 209,256 Williams, James R. 209 Williams, Jan 256 Williams, Kenneth 179 Williams, Kenneth R. 209 Williams, Linda 58,209 Williams, Lyndia 209 Williams, Lynn 216 Williams, Mary 216 Williams, Michael 209 Williams. Pamela 256 Williams, Rita 256 Williams, Samuel 103,13'l,l38,256 Williams. Steven 109,114 Williams, Susan 209 Williams, Timothy 256 Williams, Toni 256 Williamson, David 109 Williamson, Ray 160,169,179 Willig, Nancy 153,256 Willis, Gwen 256 Willis, ,lack 163,256 Willman, Cheryl 261 Willman, Linda 256 Willoughby, Mary 266 Wilson, Charles 256 Wilson, Charles F. 261 Wilson, Christina 256 Wilson, Curtis 209 Wilson, Dale 256 Wilson, Datid 209 Wilson, Debbie 28,256 Wilson, Delbert 209 Wilson, Don 257 Wilson Donita 216 Wilson Ernest 179 Wilson, Ginger 209 Wilson, Harold 179 Wilson, Helen 257 Wilson, Jackie 257 Wilson Janie 73 W'ils0n Jill 54,74 Wilson John 103,216 Wilson Kathleen 257 Wilson Larry 209 Wilson. Linda 257 Wilson Lois 66 Wilson Lynn 257 Wilson Martha 266 Wilson Martha L. 266 Wilson, t Wood. Louise 266 Wood, Michael 209 Wood, Rhonda 29,209 Wood. Yanda 257 Woudall, Charles 209 Woodall, Connie 257 Wooden, Randy 210 Woodford, Phillip 90,144,210 Woodley, Susan 257 Woodrel, Christen 257 Woodruff. Gail 257 Woods, Donna 257 Woods. Ralph 266 Woods, Sandra 257 Woods, Sue 257,261 Woodsmall, James 105,210 Woodward. Donita 58 Wooldridge, Bruce 210 Woolery, Jan 210 Worland, Donna 257 Wormsley, Wanda 210 Wilson. Patricia 266 Wilson, Paula 73,257 Wilson, Randy 261 Wilson, Robert 68 Wilson, Sandra 257 Wilson, Stanley 257 Wilson, Stephen 216 Wilson. Susan 216 Wilson, Thomas 216 Wilson, Tonia 257 Wilt, Carol 209 Winburn, Ellen 257 Windhausen, Cathy 209 Windler, Nancy 74,209 J Windscheffel, Walter 266 Winfiel, Donald 209 Wingate, Jamie 266 Winn, Cleveland 109,111 Winn. Jimmy 257 Wirsig, Sharon 261 Wise, Kenneth 257 Wise, Wesley 209 Wissman, Sue 209 Witcher, Michaela 151,154,209 Witherbee, Marjorie 257 Witherup, Barbara 74,257 Withrow, James 257 Witmer. Marcia 257 Witmer. Mitch 141 Wittenberger, S. 257 Witthar, Debra 257 Wiuig, Edith 261 Wittman, James 209 Wittmeyer, Denis 257 Woerner. Jeri 209 Wolf. Diane 257 Wolf. Karen 257 Wolf, Martha 216 Wolf, Patricia 209 Wolfe, Susan 73,257 Wolfe, Terry 97,257 Wolfe, Wendell 209 Wolfsltill, Jerry 216 Wolters, Jeanine 257 Woltkamp, Janet 257 Woltkamp, Diane 37.56,257 Wood. Dee 257 Worrell, Tracey 261 -Worthy. Carol 257 Wren. Teri 54,711,210 Wright, Austin 88 Wright, Christine 257 Wright. Dennis 257 Wright, Jack 257 Wright, James 210 Wright, Janice 10,12,261 Wright, John 216 Wright. John M. 210 Wright, Linda 216 Wright, Mary 257 Wright, Mary K. 210 Wright, Michael 257 Wright, Rex 257 Wright, Ronda 257 Wright, Stephen 210 Wright, Susan 257 Wright, Terrence 266 Wrisinger, Ricky 257 Wurdack, Dara 257 Wurtz, Wyatt, William 266 Betty 266 Wyrsch, Thomas 86 Wyss. Donald 168,179 Wyssmann, Raymond 257 Yager, Judy 74 Yakovit z, Diane 210 Yam. Margaret 210 Yan. 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