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Y warez. .WW DEVELOPING . r wr 'M 'ww X ' The Story of Development at Findlay What is Findlay College? It is a four-year liberal arts college located in northwestern Ohio. Seniors graduating this year will seem overly old because in their freshman year "Old Main" symbolized Findlay College. During four years of self-development, the seniors also witnessed the college's growth by the completion of Lillian Lovett Residence Hall for W'omen, the Alumni Memorial Union, and the William B. Brewer Science Hall. By the time of their graduation, four new buildings are scheduled to be under construction: a Fine arts building, a men's dormitory, a women's dormitory, and an extension of the student union building. Even with this increasing development program, a majority of the 866 students will tell you the full acceptance by the North Central Association of Colleges and 1 Secondary Schools was the climax in 1962. Accreditation means student quality and enrollment will be greatly influenced and that unlimited opportunities will be afforded upon graduation. Still "Old Main" stands fast, preserving memories of past years, good years, big years, and promises of more to come. It's ours! With the MARCUS" we attempt to make it yours. Kenneth R. Fullenlove Editor 2 ' ARGUS ' Findlay College an Ze, Erected in 1884, OLD MAIN still houses classrooms and oHiccs. Findlay, Ohio WILLIAM B. BREWER Science Hall features a 200-seat lecture hall. 3 FIRST! Campus fraternity at FC. Students found in library five minutes before exam time looking up answers. FIRST! Individual Tennis championship brought to FC. FIRST! Two majorettes ap- pearing with FC Band. FIRST! In the hearts of the sport fans is the smile and wave given by Fran Nara. Developing in Many Directions -- - m. . V ' 1 4, i, F W , I W V .I W K gi , .il L9 , F ' YM. Leroy McC1ains paintings appeared in the FIRST student art exhibition. MOC CHAMPIONS - Lou Juillerat brings championship to FC. First time in 13 years. Receives token from the team 5 r I f Assistant professor of art, Ronald Coleman, perfected 4 new and inexpensive process for casting metal sculptur- ,Mt an MOC champions for three years. FG track team. Frederick I-Iovde, pictured with Dr. Wilson and lN1rs. VV. B. Brewer, gave the dedication speech for the new science building. 6 wi i 1 l FIRST! Ollicial welcome offered to Ohio's Governor Michael DiSalle by Findlay College. DiSalle spoke on public education and welfare. FIRST! Blue spruce decorated at Christmas. Planetarium showing offer students a chance to study patterns and movements of heavenly bodies. ' Iii: 3: X 1'5- G 1 1 1 H5215 V-11 1 5 W 11 5 K5 1 if '- '-1 '1 111 as In ' wr 1 sm 11 "gg 1, 3' Q Y. 1 1 11-1, 1 mm www, .l L5 ,Q R, 311 . 1, . 9:1 ts ai-E.. 'f1i.11M, W 111 iw ' bi ilu' 1- 11 V H , lAJg,,,qk.'wgA .HI-3 1e1s-his-?13xL , ' , W X 1151115111 111,- ' ' 11111 1W Mgaf.,-sl ,, nf- .1 11111. 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Seniors . . . ..... p. 23 juniors . . . ..... p. 31 Sophomores ...... p. 37 Freshmen . ....... p. 43 DEVELOPING PHYSICALLY Sports.. .. .. .. ..p. 52 DEVELOPING SOCIALLY Organizations .. .. p. 70 Activities . . . . . . . .p. 98 Advertising ...... p. 107 CONTENTS ' If 9 PROGRESS Findlay College proudly dedicates the 1962 Argus to Mrs. Glenn Donnell, who demonstrates by her example that learning is an ever- intriguing process. Conspicuous in her activities as a student and as a youth leader, Mrs. Donnell has long followed the progress of Findlay College and looks upon the school's recent accreditation as being "won- derful , . . a real asset to the communityf' Her most prominent work, outside of her studies, has been with the Campfire Girls, the Boy Scouts, and the YMCA. She says that her dominant interests always lie with those projects designed for community betterment. 10 HE LAMPQ Vol. X, No. 14 Findlay College, Findlay, Ohio Thursday, March 29, 195 After 14 Years DANCING IN STREET l - J 0 Y A B O UN DS Professors Cry Openly President Returns Triumphant Headline Wrilery Abandon All Decorum Students Gleefully Dangle Modifiers 4-Y-4 'k'A"k 'iii' BULLETIN!!! After functioning for 14 years as a non-accredib ed institution, Findlay College was granted full ac- ceptance yesterclay by the North Central Associa- tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The action came at a regular meeting of the association held in Chicago this week. 'kiri' 'k'kir 'kit Findlay College's long drive for accreditation has left innumerable changes on the face and in the heart of the institution. Now, with accreditation m hand, even more changes are expected to follow. Reforms came slowly at first, following North Central's dropping of the college in. 1948. The first major move forward was evidenced in 1955 with the completion of Myers Residence Hall for Men. fAt that time, there was n total student enrollment of 298.3 The next year, the Businessmen's Advisory Com- mittee was formed. This group of local business leaders served to assure a sound financial approach to all college operations and was instrumental in placing the college on a stable operating budget. Ad- vice on the school's investment program was also tendered by the committee. In june, 1959, Dr. O. I. Wilson, a specialist in ac- creditation procedures, was inaugurated as the elev- enth president of Findlay College, This year proved to be a pivotal one in the history of the institution, for it saw not only Dr. Wilson's inauguration, but also the completion of Lillian Lovett Residence Hall for Women, the highest point in total enrollment since 1948, and the beginning of the eight-year De- velopment Campaign. The Campaign, still in the first of three phases, directly resulted in the Alumni Memorial Union and the NVilliam B. Brewer Science ,Hall Qboth complet- ed in.l96lj as well as an overall improvement in fac- ulty conditions. Teachers at the college now share in hospitalization, illness and retirement benefits, have a program of research, sabbatical leave, and tenureg and operate under the highest salary sched- ule in the colIege's history. Not to be discounted in the colleges recent growth are the expanded day, evening, and summer school curricula, the expansion of the scholarship, workship, and loan program, the creation of the Student Affairs Office, the strengthening of the acl- missions policyi and the improvement of relations between the college and its major publics: the Find- lay community, the church, and alumni, and its fel- low institutions. Town and Campus, a group oi Findlay's leading Personal Affects What Is Your Reaction To FC's Accreditation? Carol Armentrout - Accreditation means that we QZeta Sigma Chij can continue our sorority next year. Most of the students had planned to transfer to another schoolf It will offer me unlimited oppor- tunities for employment after terminatinglmy Find- lay College career. Richard Crosby - Accreditation is an important fac to r for consideration in my applcation for a teaching position. It is also an important factor in the growth of Findlay College. Sue Hosler - I think it's wonderful! C re di t should be given to the administrators and faculty for their efforts in the college's achieving accredita- tion. Mrs. Lowanda Bowers - I think the whole future of Findlay College depended upon this decision of North Central. Because of the numerous problems which could have prevailed for me, since I am in my senior year, it means better professional opportuni- ties. Joy Burcham - Accreditation solves my prob- lems about being certified to teach in other states, and my chances for entering graduate school are greater. I think there has been a lot of hard work put into achieving this, especially by President Wil- son and the vice presidents. Robert Bravard - The relief is almost indescrib- able. Accreditation will reduce the committee load by about two-thirds. I am somewhat pleased and smug that the library played a part in achieving ac- creditation. Dr. Arthur Eakin - Accreditation is only one of many good things which has happened recently at Findlay College. But its value not only makes the other good things that have happened more nikan- ingful, but it also predicts greater things for the future. women citizens, has done much toward improving the social climate of the college and is of special aid and benefit to the school's women students. While the college built with one hand, it made the formal approach for reaccreditation with the other. A greatly detailed self-study report was submitted to North Central last year. As to what re-accreditation will mean to the col- lege. only time will reveal. Certainly, its influence will be felt in student quality and enrollment. Pros- pective teachers will find fewer reservations among their employers. Philanthropical foundations will look upon the college with more favor, and the in- terest engendered by the Development Campaign will, in all probability, be revitalized. The college's relation with the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges will be strengthened, and this most import- ant source of income will be secure. No doubt, an al- ready excellent faculty will become better as cap- able teachers are attracted to a growing and accred- ited liberal arts institution. The foregoing are all conjectures, but they are calculated ones. They by no means encompass the whole field of potential benefits. But one thing is certain, the accreditation stands as a quiet tribute to those - administrators, laculty, students, alumni, and friends - who had the persistence and faith to work against odds which were neither easy nor short-lived. This issue of "The Lampost," combining the worst features of 300 years of American journalism, is de- signed to show graphically our elation over the news it carries. If we have taken certain liberties with the truth, it is only an indication of this special madness with which we hope all our readers will be infected. Although the story content exudes honesty, some of the headlines are pathetic attempts at Whimsy, and deep-throated chuckling and an occasional slap to the knee will not be in bad taste. The Staff 'WQ l v' -ff' l .5 H27 A f QF 7' "We made it! Signed, Sealed and Delivered," Development Booms On Dec. 12, 1959, just six days after the dedica- tion of Lillian Lovett Residence Hall for Women, President O. I. Wilson announced a long-range de- velopment program calling for the construction of eight new buildings and a fund for faculty advance- ment during an eight-year period. The Development Campaign was designed to so- licit aid from four major groups: the Findlay com- munity, the college family, the Churches of God in North America, and the alumni. Ground -was broken for the Alumni Memorial Union, "key to the entire development program," on March ID, 1960. Within less than a year, the Union was completed and in service. This new build- ing provided space for recreation, a snack bar, a 600- capacity cafeteria, alumni office, and campus store. On Oct. 6, 1961, the William B. Brewer Science Hall was dedicated, after having been in use since the start of the academic 'year. This second major building project houses a planetarium and elevated lecture room and laboratories for geology, general and organic chemistry, quantitative and physical chemistry, anatomy and physiology, elementary and advanced physics, and botany and zoology. In the most recent issue of the "Findlay College Alumnus," Dr. Wilson announced that the Alumni Memorial Union will' be enlarged starting this spring. This project will double the size of the exist- ing lounge area and will make additions to the snack bar and kitchen. An auxiliary dining room, capable of seating 125 persons, is also planned. Plans have been drawn for a fine arts building, but are being held pending the outcome of the col- lege classroom bill, now in Congress. For four years, Dr. O. J, Wilson has been the living and vital symbol of Findlay College. Through his leadership, the Development Campaign is meeting with success and has already brought with it the construction of two new buildings and substantial salary increases for faculty members. President Wilson's chief accomplishment is the accreditation of the college by the North Central Associa- tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools. 12 STANDING: L. to R., W. O. Kimmel, Benjamin Lash, Paul Sago, Edward Brewer, Charles Lacquement, N. C. Andresen, Frank Egner, Paul Tewell, Ivan King, Ardo Whisler, C. C. Pollard, Fayburn Fox fdeceasedj, Myrtle Deming, Robert E. Fuller, V. O. Barnhart, O. Wilson, G. Marion Smith. The Board of Trustees is the policy-making body for Findlay College. It works constantly through and with the President, especially in matters of administration. Board members represent a variety of occupations and geo- graphical locations, but they have the common goal of making Findlay College a better college. 13 With a growing challenge to our security in this competitive world, it is no wonder that DEVELOPING ACADEMICALLY is toward better education for the leaders of tomorrow. DE ELCPING ACADEMICALL am w V w Dr. O. J. Wilson President. Herbert O. Now, Vice President for Instruction, Miss Myrtle Deming, Vice President for Business Affairs. Dean of Faculty, Professor of Education. Dr. Arthur Eakin, Vice President for Development. Mrs' Ruthanna Frank, Vice Pregidenf, for Stu. dent Affairs, Associate Professor of Pqfchology. Raeburn Wallen, Director of Alumni Affairs, Instructor in Christian Education and Religion. 16 Y DIVISIO OF THE H MA ITIE 'IW gqqmnrnnuiu 0 l V, ,..x... n Dr. james E. Congleton, Chairman, Division of the Humanities, Head of Department of English, Professor of English. Y -,- ---.Egg-vw-1,--N as if if a --.ia ns, M.-wk 1 Ffa we-gag? W' im,-1 M .4 ,, ...K 3 e. ,.. W A ge asv- 0 . Edward Morris, Instructor in English, journalism, Director of Public Rela- tions. ll v f I E 5 E F' If l' I' f ,1...- Clair Harman, Assistant Professor of English. Dr. Ivan E. Frick, Dean of Religious Affairs, Head of Department of Relig- ion and Philosophy, Associate Professor of Religion. Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse, Head of Department of Speech, Assistant Pro- fessor of Speech and English. 17 Ronald L. Coleman, Head of Department of Art, Assistant Professor of Art. A Miss Helen Reimund, Associate Professor of English. , W, M V ,V wr, I 1 l , Dr. John Van Nice, Dean of the Evening School, Head, Department of Music, Professor of Music. Mrs. Jean Nye, Head, Department of Modern Languages, Assistant Professor of Modern Lan- guages. c QW Louis F. Chenette, Assistant Professor of Music. DIVISIO OF THE AT RAL SCIENCES Dr. George C. Towe, Chairman, Divi- sion of Natural Science, Professor of .sf Physics. 1 .4 ra ll l e ll ' Dr. John W. McC1ymont, Associate Professor of Biology. Dr. Nyda Barker, Head, Department of Chemistry, Professor of Chemistry. 18 e,... H 09- - 1 C. A. Morey, Lecturer in Earth Science. Harold Newhard, Head, Depart- ment of Mathematics and Physics, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics. H M www!! W W w. H Hu H H 2 "11lf'31"Mlfmml'm" " '3,'wl"'l Y r Militello.awwMn mum l ,ww ' ,ll 1 s lun MV 4- l , H" " - Giga ., ""GF2Lsxm Dr. Victor Colombini, Head, Department of Earth Science, Associate Professor of Earth Science. DIVISIO OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES img' " 'D' M ' M M' im 1 X 1 l -E11 fl -El Dr. Wilfred W. Black, Chairman, Divi- sion of Social Sciences, Professor of History. Dr. Robert Kragalott, Head, Depart- ment of History, Associate Professor of History, ' E' ' of Sociology, Professor of Sociology. Dr. M. W. Collins, Head, Department, Dr. Theodore F. Boushy, Head, Department of Milas M. Ayers, Head, Department of Psy Political Science, Professor of Political Science. chology, Associate Professor of Psychology 19 'ff if in .-l',,,,,s.,e . . 'A ' i A F AQ A 1 Tfgl IW , WI 5 -,gi -lj H' 1- 2-W , ' .. DIVISIO OF THE PROFESSIO AL STUDIES 3 Dr. Dorothea Wolcott, Chairman, Di- ? vision of Professional Studies, Pro- fessor of Christian Education and gi Education. Dr. Russell A. Holy, Head, Depart- ment of Teacher Education, Professor We '99 of Education. Dr. Harold Youcis, Associate Professor Miss Selma Hill, Associate Professor of Education. of Education. Miss Bernice Shuder, Associate Pro- Dr. Leonard V. Taylor, Head, Depart- Dr. A. Evald Nielsen, Pf0fCSS01' fessor of Business Administration. ment of Business Administration, Pro- of Business Administration. fessor of Business Administration. 20 Robert S. Bravard, Head Li- brarian, Assistant Professor of Education. Louis B. Juilierat, Director of Athletics, Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education. -Miss Jane Miller, Assistant Pro- fessor of Health and Physical Education. James D. Houdeshell, Head, De- partment of Health and Physical Education, Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education. an n iv .... - W V L5 'M ii i , peg.: H MU XX zggsv u wx 235255121 u rr 1 W wuN,umwN ,U 'll ...M -.:.:.v.:. fv3 H2 ii '-H will H! rw . .W Siiifllm ll ' HH a - H .v. Vlyr . . ,i ii 3' A IDL I A . I W-1 1 , V, 1 ix" "Q H," ...Hof 1 1 ' t M ' mu W,i"'ll"h.sii9w'v""'ffigiiwiggi 5' 3225, .alll 3122. 'S ll ' ' l ' ' H 21 Miss Tonia Fishbaugh, Dean of Women nj! H ov H Gordon M. Kleiner, Registrar, Director of Admissions, Arlan S. Kelley, Director of Place- ment Services. . N FIRST ROW, Darlene DeWitt, Anna Marie Hess, Betty Gephart, Rhea Killinger, Sandy Zimmerman, Sue Hosler. SECOND ROWJ Betty Long, Valma Fowler, Marilyn McLeod, Betty Golden, Rose Mary Rush, Eunice Heidrich, Naomi Miller. THIRD ROWg Beverly Hillard, Jan Burcham. Secretaries, Oflice Personnel, and Building Service STANDING: L. to R.g Joe Porter, Glen Konkel, Bob Porter, Arther Vicory. STANDING: Mark Leathers, Bill Thomason, Clarence Karus, Ted Winkle, Mrs. D. McCa1lister. 22 Ei .. Q. riff Linda Lantz, Armida Quail. -2' wx: sw gre: X X5 .. rpg' V, 147' lg e"-124, Lester L. Miller, Superintendent Buildings and Grounds. 1 5... ,I QW- 2' A van? IN- ,1 'qw '2- faltby-X 'X V' 9 Pwgfzq X. ,fm ,l1A.x. x .Z , .xx I Q. -J ' 1 7395! 9.:!:?'Q.. Q". A Qi ,Q-ina , kr spa W , '..f vw-,54'5',f3 ..,, 1A 1 Q ' -' .- 1 'W 'inf fx - , 'Q 'J ix' . V, , . , 1, . Q1.1:,1H ,. , w uf' 5.- 1.:,1:..M L ,, '1' , JAMES E. BATES Business-Mathematics JOHN A. BERG Social Studies Comp. PHYLLIS. E. BISHOP Elementary Education LOWAN DA P. BOWERS Elementary Education SALLY J. BRUMBAUGH Social Studies Comp. E IORS 196 L ilk! a -. J CAMPBELL DENNIS F. CHANEY Education Mathematics-Physics H101 W. CHAPMAN FRANCIS J. CORBIN Mathematics-Chemistry BATES, JAMES E., Minor: English. Lampost 1,2535 S.G.A., sgt.-at-arms 2, vice president 35 Varsity F 2,3,4, secretary 45 wrestling team 1,2 5 student court senior justice5 Sigma Kappa Tau 2,3,4, secretary 35 S.E.A. 4. BERG, JOHN A., Minor: psychology. Kampus Kuples Klub 1,25 Nu Psi Ro 25 Phi Alpha Theta 3,45 S.G.A. 35 S.E.A. 35 junior class president5 senior assistant in psychology5 student counselor 3. BISHOP, PI-IYLLIS E., Minor: English. S.E.A. 2,3,4 5 Sigma Tau Delta 45 Alpha Psi Omega, president 45 Mummers 2,3,4, secretary 3. BOWERS, LOWANDA P., Minor: English. Theta Epsilon Delta 15 S.E.A. 1,2,3,45 student counselor 2,3,4 5 senior assistant in English5 Choir 1,2,3,4. BRUMBAUGH, SALLY J., Minor: physical education. Theta 15 Y.M.C.A. 15 Zeta Sigma Chi 3,4, vice president 3, president 45 Phi Alpha Theta 45 S.E.A. 4. CAMPBELL, BETH J., Minor: physical education. S.E.A. 153,45 W.R.A. 1,2535 Theta Epsilon Delta 1, vice president 35 Band 2,3,45 Y.W.C.A. 1. CHANEY, DENNIS, Minor: business administration. S.E.A. 1. CHAPMAN, CARL, Minor: political science. Circle K 4. CORBIN, FRANCIS J., Minor: biology, sociology. track 2,35 student counselor 3,45 S.E.A. 3,45 Nu Sigma Gamma 1,2,3,4. DAVIS, WALTER K., Minor: sociology, history. C.G.Y.A., treasurer 2, president 3,45 S.G.A. chaplain 45 Theta 1,2 5 activities honorary 45 S.C.A. 3,4 5 Alpha Psi Omega 2,3,45 Phi Alpha Theta 3,45 Sigma Tau Delta 3,45 Who's Who 35 Y.M.C.A. 15 Mumrners 15 Band 15 student counselor 3,4. WALTER K. DAVIS DENN Y D. DENNIS Religion-Philosophy Business Administration l RICHARD L. DOSH NORMA J. DRAKE History DENNIS, DENNY D., Cremata, vice president 3, president 4, senior assistant in economics. DOSH, RICHARD L., Choir, Theta Epsilon Delta 3,45 Nu Psi Rho, student counselor 1, Alethian Society. DRAKE, NORMA DUDECK, THEODORE J., Minor: mathematics, English. student counselor 3,45 football 1,2,3,4g wrestling 1,2,3,4, activities honorary 4, Varsity F treasurer 3, president 45 Newman Club 2,3,4. FRY, SHIRLEY A., S.E.A. 2,3,4, W.R.A. 1,2,3,45 drill team. GEPHART, MARILYN B., Minor: English, history. cheeleader 15 sophomore home- coming attendant, Y.W.C.A. l,2,3,4, S.E.A. 1,2,3,4, Lam- post 2 5 Nu Psi Rho, C.G.Y.A. 1,2,3,4, student counselor 3,4. GIVENS, JOHN F., Minor: physical education. bas- ketball 1,25 baseball 1,2,3,4, S.E.A. 1,2,3,4, student counselor 3,4 5 senior assistant in physical science, Science Club 3,4-. GREEN, FRED A., Minor: history. S.E.A. 1,2,3,43 baseball 1,2,3,4, Argus 4. HEISTAND, MIRIAM G., S.E.A. secre- tary 3, vice president 4 g senior assistant in sociology. HELMS, PAUL P., Minor: business administration. HESS, DON, Choir, Mummers, Y.M.C.A., S.E.A. 3,4. I-IOHS, ROBERT W., Minor: French. wrestling 3, S.E.A. 2,3,45 Circle K 4. THEODORE DUDECK SHIRLEY A. FRY Pl1ySiCal ECluCatlO1'1 Physical Education MARILYN B. GEPHART JOHN F. GIVENS Elementary Education E IORS 1962 FRED A. GREEN Physical Education MIRIAM G. HEISTAND Elementary Education-Sociology PAUL P. HELMS Mathematics-Physics DONALD G. HESS ROBERT W. HOHS Social Studies Comp. ,N .E 'NX X x fx RAYMOND L. HUDSON Music GERALD R. IN BODY Social Studies Comp. JAMES J. JUDD Physical Education JAMES N. KING Social Studies Comp. ai' HUGH J I' Accounting YYVWYYYYVW Y, M , , ,, Ki--- J.-.---...,.--v..-- olitical Science Nursing E IORS 1962 NEIL K. LANTZ DONALD W. LAWLER Social Studies Comp. Psychology HUDSON, RAYMOND L., Choir 1,2,3,45 student coun- selor 2,3,4 5 student conductor 4. INBODY, GERALD R., Minor: physical education. JUDD, JAMES J., Minor: political science. football 2,35 baseball 3,45 S.E.A. 3,45 Mum1ners5 Alpha Psi Omega 5 Delta Sigma Tau. KING, JAMES N., Minor: French. Phi Alpha Theta, president 35 junior justice student court5 Alethean Club, president5 S.G.A., president 45 Circle K 45 activities honorary 45 senior assistant in historyg Alpha Kappa Omega 2,35 Sigma Tau Delta5 library staff 5 Larnpost 25 assistant editor of the Utilitarian Review. KLEINHENZ, HUGH J., Chremata. LANNING, WILLIAM F., Minor: Mathematics. Nu Psi Rho, vice president 3, president 45 Inner Club Council 5 student counselor 4. LANTZ, DAVID L., Minor: physical education. football 1,2,3,45 basketballg baseball 1,25 track, Varsity F 2,3,45 student counselor. LANTZ, NEIL, Minor: physical education. student counselor 3,45 Varsity F 2,3,4 5 S.E.A. 2,3,45 N.E.A.5 O.E.A.5 basketball 1,25 track 1,2,3. LAWLER, DONALD W., Y.M.C.A., S.C.A.5 student cotmselor5 Mummers5 Alethean5 Nu Psi Rho 5 Lampost5 dorm proctor. LIEBERMAN, ANTHONY Z. tennis 3. MCCORMACK, Mrs. Eugene L., Minor: biology, general science. S.E.A. 3,4. MCPHERSON, MICHAEL L., Minor: sociology. Cremata Club 3,4, Mummers, treasurer senior class. MARTIN, RONALD, Minor: English. Mummers 1,2,3,4, baseball 1, Brabson Award, Who's Who 3, sophomore class president , Alpha Psi Omega 2,3,4, president 2,3, S.G.A. 3, vice president senior class, Argus editor, senior assistant in speech. MIDDLETON, NANCY, Sigma Tau Alphia, president 4, student counselor 3,4-, homecoming queen 3, Utilitarian Review, Lampost, Sigma Tau Delta 3,4, Chremata. MILLER, CYRIL J., Minor: English. Newman Club, Chremata, S.E.A. 2,3,4. MILLER, JIM A., Minor: sociology. Theta Epsilon Delta, vice president 5 S.C.A., vice president, Student Union Board, N.E.A. MIZSAK, WAYNE F., Minor: political science. Chremata, Newman Club 1,2,3,4, Alpha Phi Gamma, Argus, track 2. MONAGHAN, THOMAS J., Newman Club, president 3, S.E.A., vice president 3, president 4, Circle K, Phi Kappa Theta. MOSS, JAMES W. Jr., Minor: history, sociology. freshman class president, Theta, student coun- selor 2,3. ORWICK, ROGER, Minor: Physical education. S.E.A., senior assistant in biology, Nu Sigma Gamma, basketball 1,2,3,4-. PARSONS, MARILYN, Minor: physi- cal education. Y.W.C.A., secretary 2, C.G.Y.A., secretary 2, W.R.A., treasurer 3, president 4, dorm counselor, junior class secretary, vice president of dorm 3, S.E.A., Argus. POTTER, JANICE A., Minor: psychology. senior class president, S.G.A. 4, Kappa Phi Epsilon, president of dorm 3, director student health service. F all rs iE.Qij." S' ' -vim: use li ffiliafl N maui, EE ES NANCY L. MIDDLETON CYRIL J. MILLER Business Administration Business Education Comp. E IORS 1962 JIM A. MILLER WAYNE F. MIZSAK Mathematics-Biology ECODOUHCS THOMAS J. MONAGHAN Science JAMES W. MOSS Sr. Religion-Philosophy ROGER ORWICK Biology MARILYN PARSONS Business Education Comp. JANICE A. POTTER Nursing his X W at x? "QN- CHARLES W. SCHMIDT History-Social Studies Comp. LINDA L. SCHUMACHER English PHYLLIS A. SHANKSTER Elementary Education JERRY D. SINK Business Administration SHEILA K. SMITH DOLORES M. STELLUTI Music Physical Education GARY L. WESCO JOSEPH H. WILLIAMS Economics Speech ll IORS 1962 JOY M. STONE JESSE TUCKER Elementary Education Sociology SCHMIDT, CHARLES W., Minor: physical education. Phi Alpha Theta, Circle K, football. SCHUMACHER, .LINDA L., Minor: psychology, sociology. Y.W.C.A., Theta Epsilon Delta, Lampost, Sigma Tau Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta, activities honorary. SHANKSTER, PHYLLIS A., Minor: English. national honor society. SINK, JERRY D., Minor: psychology. Varsity F 2,3,4-, baseball 1,2,3,4, most valuable player 3. SMITH, SHEILA K., Minor: voice, piano. Mummers, W.R.A., Leap week queen, Choir, student counselor, cheerleader l,2,3,4-, Sigma Delta, secre- tary 4-, S.E.A. STELLUTI, DEE M., Minor: speech. S.E.A., Newman Club, secretary 2, Mummers, vice presi- dent 3, treasurer 4-, Alpha Psi Omega , dormitory council, senior assistant in physical education. STONE, JOY M., Minor: religion. sophomore class secretary, junior class vice president, senior class secretary, Theta, C.G.Y.A. TUCK- ER, JESSE L., Minor: physical education. student counselor 3,4-, football, track 3,4. WESCO, GARY, Minor: political science. dorm president 3 , Varsity F 2,3,4, Vice president 4-, baseball, football manager, basketball manager, leap week king, I.B.M. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH H. Jr., Minor: Eng- lish. Debate, Mummers, Wesley Fellowship, Phi Kappa Delta, vice president 3, president 4, S.E.A., secretary, C.G.Y.A., Lampost 2,3, Current Events Club 4. John Alesch Carol Armentrout Elaine Bame Bailey Baynes JU IOR Lesli Bistline Ken Bowers Marie Brian Erroll Browne Joy Burcham Jean Carbaugh Frankie Chapman -Dick Crosby ra i Barbara Eakin Paul Crouch Robert Deitzel 1963 Tom Fisher Vicky Foltz Janice Fry Kenneth F ullenlove 35 J gig Tom Gechwind Dale George Lester Gerken Dave Hawkins Karen Heminger J IOR Robert Kane Esther Kleinhenz Richard Leech Keith Lewis 36 Micheal Loveridge Larry McDough Zella Millon Trent Oelberg Roderic Rose Andy Samloff John See George Showers Pat Shrider Jim Simonis 37 Mark Smith Paula Snyder Larry Spicer ss w Kay Stoner J IOR Troy Tyner Jerry Wasserman Bill Thompson Brooks White Larry Wilcox Barbara Williamson '38 as :Xu is rm Ron Atkins H G e 0 0 RE Barbara Ballard Betty Bare Odell Barry Ed Beam Lynn Beveridge David Binkley Lloyd Bowden Bill Boyd Howard Bradshaw Donna Britt Phyllis Burner Ron Cable Karol Contris Jerry Cramer 39 Lois Deitzel Marilyn Dorring Karen Eiper JoFran F erroll Bill Fiorine Charles Fisher Larry Foster jake Froning Sue Ginter Fred Gooclart David Gulgin RLISSCH D0r1'S2.II1 Linda Dunbar Loring Ebersole Ellen Hendricks Robert Hudson Bob Hutchinson Mike Kazacos Nancy Kilmore wif Karol Kirkpatrick Larry Krabill Joe Lear Kookie Leepino Ron Leslie Dick Letizia Bonnie Long Margaret Magoon Cindy Malcolm Jim McIntosh Barbara Meyers Kenneth Miller 0 P I-I 0 Leslie Miller 0 H00 Dale Myers Terry Newman Larry 0,B1'iCI'1 Carol Padgurski Jerry Parter Lewis Richards Michael Risser Lowell Ritchey Carolyn Rose Louis Rossrnan RE Kay Misamore Marty Morris 'arf JK 'Q Mike Schoenberger Doug Shepard Linda Shoop Barbara Rothlisberger Linda Simpson Bill Snyder Harold Witherill Elaine Wrasse Marsha Wykes 19 Pam Snyder Ed Spencer Barry Sprink Ronald Stacy Torn Stetzer Stanley Stough Milford Thurnrna Mike Wedding Barbara Weitz Charle Winn Roy Wise Dave Bethany Rose M. Bevins Carole A. Bishop Robert F. Brinkman Jane E. Buchenroth Norma L. Buckmaster Sharon A. Bull Janet Burcham Janet D. Burner Bruce D. Campbell Karen Carr Marty A. Cartnal R Richard A. Achberger Mary E. Adams Timothy L. Archer Betty Bame Walter E. Basil Glenn E. Beatty Melvin H. Berkebile James A. Bernola Trudy A. Claypool Jill E. Cobb Ann L. Colburn Christine Collins Donald B. Corbin Wanda P. Darnaske Dianne Davis Ronald L. DeCoornan Carolyn S. Donaldson Marilyn L. Donaldson Maureen A. Drake David L, Dukes John Eitelgeorge Carol Enderle Carol A. Endrek Wayne W. F arthing Wilma Fast Thomas L. Ferguson Sandra G. F ick Kenneth M. Foos Jackie A. Fournier Virginia L. Frederick Robert C. Galloway James D. Gassman Evelyn L. Giles Ronnie A. Gillette Margarita Gonzalez James M. Grauel Charles B. Hamilton Jack L. Hartigan James Hartigan James E. Hayes NCBI! Nan Heminger Fred W. Hendricks Gary L. Hickle Martin Hoover Mary D. Huff Gary L. Hughes Jack M. James Diane P. Jeffers Judy K. McMillin Charles E. Miller Jan Miller Leland L. Miller Robert Montgomery Marianne Movens William A. Newell Louise E. Newmyer Robert W. Johnson Michael S. Johnson Deanna J. Johnston Jirn R. Jones Todd F. King Barrie L. Kramer David O. Lane Daniel J. Lehman Richard W. Martin Shirley A. Martin Glee C. Mazey Thomas McClain Richard W. Reen Phyllis J. Redick Charlotte E. Rettig Diane B. Rettig Duane A. Rettig Diane L. Rhodes Louis Ruscille Treva L. Russell Richard Scheck Barry J. Schific Dean Shelly Robert L. Sito R Robert D. Norris Robert M. O'Brien Sharon Oestreich Marilyn K. Pever Margie K. Pollitt Larry E. Porter Ann Powell Carol Reed Gary H. Snyder David C. Stornbaugh Darla L. Swartz Fernando Veiga Mary F. Wagner Paul T. Walter Dianne L. Webel Tina Welling This space is dedi- cated to the 571 students unable to visualize its in- trinsic value later, as Father time moves on mak- ing the 1962 ARGUS History. 196 George Widunas Sharon A. Wilch Cheryl D. 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Findlay College annexed its third straight Mid-Ohio Con- , Nxxl 1 ,N !,l , ference track and field championship at Wilmington by ag- feiiguiifwi lllli llll N lllitit Efi .,.tit 1 gregating 63 points. rw , -tt'f ""- a Defiance finished in the runner-up spot with 40 516 Pointe, QQ!! ,,!! ppvpVpp !!,, 2 i iggz M 57' ,N while Bluffton, an eight-time winner, was third with 33 1f3. llll li iiii il iiiii ii iiii if Then came Cedarville with 24, Wilmington 19 112, ohie . ,W . Northern University 19 1f3, and Ashland 19. Odell Barry again proved the hero for the Oilers, as he had all season long, taking three individual medals and running on the winning 880 yard relay team. His efforts gained him the high point trophy for individual performance. Findlay had seven first place medals in all. Earlier this season the Findlay team, coached by Jirn Houde- shell, won the Mid-Ohio Relays for the third consecutive year. The F C record for this season stands at 5-2, including the two all conference wins and victories against Kenyon, Ohio North- ern, Bluffton, and Defiance. Other records not listed in captions are as follows 3 100 yard dash time 9.6, 220 yard dash time 21.5, both at the Defiance meet by Odell Barry 3 high jump 17 feet 6 inches, Tucker, De. Nichols, and Shockeyg shot put 125 feet 1 inch, Coleman, Kozak, and Tucker, both Mid-Ohio relays records. The Oilers will graduate three of their strongest men this year: Kidd, Waide Kozak, and Delmar Nichols. Kozak, has earned four letters while at Findlay, while Kidd has three, and Nichols because of transfer rules, has earned one. 52 Waide Kozak captured the 1961 Mid-Ohio discus record at 14-8 feet 5M inches. Bill Hughes represented the Oilers in the mile run. McClain is out in front as he gets ready to tag Barry in the 440 shuttle relay. At the 1961 Mid-Ohio relays McClain helps Tucker and Barry in the team broad jump which they took at 61 feet 1M inches. Leroy McClain also set the college track record in 1961 with a broad jump of 22 feet 2M inches against Manchester. JX 0 N - Qt it 67 T new Jun Kldd slacks up as Leroy McClain continues for FC in the 880 relays which the Oxlers took mn 1:29.3. 85 47 23 84 70 4 5m sem ZIM5 Pi "' H, it za s ,g 1 Nfl- .ka A 3 1 ,,, 1. ,Q Q, ills ' Q rf?-vgit nf is lf -we--sm frhs. 3,7 At the 1961 Mid-Ohio relays nine records were broken, the Oilers 15 4 took 5 team records of which, 3 were college track records. Delmar N1chols set a new 120 hxgh hurdles record for Rfk MID-OHIO TRACK AND FIELD Findlay . . . 63 Defiance . . . 40M Bluffton .... 335 Cedarville . . . 24 Wilmington . . . . 19M Ohio Northern 1922, Ashland ..... . . 19 MID-OHIO RELAYS Findlay .... Heidelberg . . . . . Bluffton .... Defiance ...... . . Ohio Northern Wilmington . . . . Ashland . . . Malone . . . Cedarville . . 52 31 28 23M 23 12 10 81 A 4 Odell Barry pushes ahead as he completes the last turn in the 880 relay. At the 1961 Mid-Ohio relays Waide Kozak set the shot put record at 47 feet 8 inches. Manchester Findlay . . . Findlay . . . Defiance . . . . Dw. Nichols, De. Nichols, Bunce and Barry set 480 shuttle hurdle relay record, time 58.4. Mn em 86 41 Baseball STANDING: L. to R., B. Gobin fCoachj, M. Pirschel SEATED: R. Rader, F. Green, J. Sink, J. Givens, R Hay fManagerj, D. George, J. Froning, D. Elmer, L. Hite, W. den, D. Lockwood, G. Wesco, L. Gerkin. Tuggle, R. Wise, A. Pierce, H. Mason, B. Boyd CManagerQ. Findlay College's baseball squad, under the di- rection of Bob Gobin, compiled a 7-6 record dur- ing the 1961 season. Playing, for the most part, in the rugged Mid-Ohio Conference, the Oiler nine was led in hitting by outfielder Jerry Sink, who batted at a .367 clip. First baseman Hal Mason took the honors for the highest fielding average of the regulars. The season's highlight was the Oilers' 6-3 vic- tory over the powerful Falcons from Bowling Green State University. Sink led Findlay's attack with three hits in three trips to the plate. The seasonls finest individual performance, however, was contributed by pitcher Ansel Pierce who hurled a no-hitter against Wilmington in his first start of the season. Pierce missed a perfect game by the narrowest of margins -- two miscues by his teammates. The Mid-Ohio League championship was won for the second consecutive season by Defiance College., The Yellow Jackets gained two of their conference victories in their contests with the Oil- ers. Findlay ended the season in the middle of the seven team league. Gerkin scores for Oilers se x ,3- 33 , l i I . we 'T-414 'QP Mgewef, Q 'Q i 2-in ear, 'N .ii 3? A ' -5 .J-'f9" " H-' 33" 0 fp f MH 'm fr' '4'WjvQJ My . ir ,m,f"fQ,1"' f via' . fj A1 ' i f-W 1 - r .. L.. Pr- , . U.. 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Ashland . . . lixiiai " ' E11 i xx f rf, lr 9 I., - N - , k A I: V A , gg: au e J-rf gre l' if -,":' W L - , -3 dai'-'27-1g'?:5ll'ijE":-QT' " ' Lakzrrr , .T Qt", 5 1 I f ' -,111-,5,gx.3-155 '- i ' L"i'f':-W ' ' ' A , - ,rp-V Y,i3a,.a.Z,. Y ' an -TL SZ"-I-1gv,' ,. -- - ' - , Sq ef , ar- - - '-- . , -, ...Sai-6,1-4 .1141 . an ' 1--F Y - 2- 5'-? f.'3'?:2gUe?51'Q-Eff 4- " I-.-'i:.'1'ffi-KW-'I-r-afe1f3i?'3f"' "" H "A' - . . 413,-q.'.vag.ff-s . , . 0 - +m.V.A,,'Ffg'5,y,i:,,V V , N L - 'iv '.f"1'l' .'-'ffl 5 ' V. 1. Hal proves worthy of honor W mf ' "-A ,, -L ixrfril f 'A Majors? ? P an l Football 1 , ii , . . aaa W, UM N' razilxa ,, .."w"MlL,i, ii my an 1 . M M . ,N iH,Q,E-,ax l,,i,,M WMM 3 ii l,Mi,11iiH1iW,, H .NWN mm, , Nu Huuuuu ' a Hi ww -' ' -eff "1 it " ' ii wmszni ii gg, LL,,AL. rat STANDING: L. to R., Todd King, Jim Jones, Ray Wagner, Butch Baldasare, Jim Lane, Jack james, Bill Maerlender, Gary Werner, Jerry Arlington, Bob Silver, Tom McClain, Pete Mickley, Bill Tippie, Mickey Cottrell, Andy Valachek, Tony Palmieri, Jim Gamber, George Drummond. STANDING: Lynn Schrickel, Jay Johnson, Tom Draper, Paul Riley, Earl Blount, Steve McGee, Bob Montgom- ery, Tom Ferguson, Ted Lenear, Doug Meek, Ron Durham, Phil Teeters, John Irwin, Gary Hunt, Tim Archer. SEATED: Dave Lantz, Ted Dudeck, Odell Barry, Gary Howard, Ernie Robinson, Jerry Wasserman, Don Niederhauser, LeRoy McClain, Carl Meyers, Chuck Bunce, Barney Ruthowski, Tom Klomp, Jesse Tucker, Bill Hughes. f f After a depressing 2-7 season in 1960, the Oiler gridmen roared back in 1961 under Coach Lou Juillerat, to compile a 7-3 log and wrap up their Erst Mid-Ohio League title since 1949. The squad, dominated by freshmen, literally rolled over their five opponents from the M-O. In non- conference games, the Oilers won two while losing three. Oddly enough, the highlight of the season came in a losing effort to Bald- win-Wallace, rated number two among the nation's small colleges and coached by Ohio's mentor of the year, Lew Trestle., The spirited Oilers caused the mighty Yellow Jackets no little concern before they could eke out a 14-8 decision in front of nearly 7,000 wildly screaming fans at Don- nell Memorial Stadium. Outstanding player awards went to Carl Meyers for best offensive line- man, Bob Montogmery for best defensive lineman, John Mickley for best defensive back, and Odell Barry for best offensive back. 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' M111 Qlww, , Sorry no room COACHING STAFF: L. to R.g Robert Hayden, student coachg Jim Houdeshell, assistant coachg Dick Moody, trainerg Louis Jullierat, head coach 5 Joe Smith, assistant coach. Follow me Ashland Tune on my hands Baldasare scores against B-W. 60 You're fired l ! ! - I mean HIRED! Look out Beavers. X Dudeck, Lantz, and Niederhauser receive ' Oiler defense stops tough Baldwin-Wallace at the goal line. Barry made B-W work overtime Moc trophy for the l em- team. Findlay defense exhibits talent. Homecoming score brings bench to its feet. VM . , n , Y M The charge of the oiler brigade. Basketball STANDING: L. to R. 5 Coach Jim Houdeshell, Keith Horstman Dave Shockey Roy Wxse George Widunas, 'Charles Stanley, Roger Orwick. SEATED: Dave W1ll1B.IHS Rxchard Martm Willie Tuggle, Jake Froning, Terry Eikenbary, William Senger. league 62 The 196162 basketball team fimshed the season winning 8 and losmg 13 The O1lers showed a 5 7 conference record good for fourth place Playmg 500 ball at home Coach Houdeshell s cagers won 5 of 10 home games but could only make 3 of 11 road tr1ps successful Roger Orwlck who prov1ded most of the Oller re bounding strength was the only sernor on the squad Playing 1I1 20 games Roger plcked off 186 rebounds to lead the team 1n reboundlng Wilhe Tuggle led the team 1n total pomts for the second stralght season Wlth a 194- per game average Tuggle was the only sophomore named to the first team of the all league squad Dave Shockey un1or wh1le averaging 16 3 per game, w1th the seasons 1nd1v1dual hlgh of 32 pomts against Cedarvllle recewed honorable mentlon all WN IW! I 45 X, f XX XV xx-V 1 x MX Pfx, ' 1, W J' S.. el . N fs x 35 A 'J' A ui? 7 E' 1' lisa S ? ai? 1 w I Wrestling STANDING L to R Coach Joe Smith Ron Dellapdna, 'Charles Bunce, Ralph Roberts, Dave Lane FRONT Don Naugle Edward Marvich Ron Gillette, Bill Hughes. ABSENT: Jack Kxmberland Edward Spencer Richard Macaluso Jim Staschiak. The FC grapplers ended duel meet competition with a 2-6 won-loss record. Faced with one of the strongest wrestling schedules ever attempted by the college, Coach Joe Smith's squad was hit hard by the loss of two mainstay's in the middle of the season through ineligibility. Captain Ron Dellapina was one consolation, however, going undefeated throughout the season. Finishing his last year as a wrestler, he won four of his eight matches by pins, registering the team's quickest pin against Indiana Central, 248 seconds. Wrestling in the Wheaton Invitational Tournament the team finished in the sixth spot. Ron Dellapina won the 14-7-pound class championship and Ralph Roberts 'finished fourth among the heavyweights. Dellapina made short work of Jack Barry of Notre Dame in his first match, pinning him in :28 seconds, thus, moving on for his second year as a Wheaton champion. 1 X5 M .i ,Eefa.iwEf...-.,f ' -. The referee lets Macaluso know the elbow bends only one way. W :HEP 3 'f ' f w :-: A is Hughes receives two points. Hillsdale ....... Southern Illinois . Baldwin-Wallace Indiana Central . Eastern Illinois . . Marshall ....... Eastern Michigan Miami of Ohio . . , 'Yer fr-V5 5 sg 5 f f--4-nf' f -.f- -Y Vx., f - f V ' - V- ' ' . V - ff f ' V up Y - 66 The deadly smile. l INDIVIDUAL RECORDS M. W Kimberland . 2 1 Marvich .... 1 1 3 Spencer ..... 4 2 Macaluso . . . 5 4- Dellapina . . . 11 11 Hughes ..... 7 3 Bunce ...... 8 2 Staschiak .... 4- 1 Roberts ..... 1 1 3 Naugle ..... 3 0 Gillette ..... 4 0 5 'H' 32,112 TI ' W' With a growing challenge to our security in this competitive world, it is no wonder that DEVELOPING SOCIALLY consti- tutes a better education for the leaders of tomorrow. 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U: : 1:-:-:-V . ,i 15.1.1 -1- 1 H ww I .wg jet , kg- v 1' 1 1 , - 21' 1 ff ff-1 1 -.41 3 ' 1' 3 ' - 11 1 1 . 1 . . 1 -f - 1 .1 1 i- , . 1 h 1 1 1 ., 1 1 19,-1 Q 1 . .... 1'1 11 2311111 '51 ff- rf' 1 ' 1 - ' 'R 1 g 11 5 -M121 .fff":'1fM M122 1 1, 111119K 1 1 1 1 X X r -5, . 5? 112 1 1 2Ff?.1m--IFR T . 'T NA,-,pf - - ,:,,YiTli- A H Q Y k 'M 1 - -4- ' vu: :::. " - - "' 'Z :ii H?" " .. , Lv ,NX 14-1 1. 1 1' 1?1if N51 KAPP PHI EP ILO The purpose of Kappa Phi Epsilon sorority is to provide a variety of activities which will offer the members a more well- rounded college life. Organized in the fall of 1960, Kappa Phi Epsilon, charter mem- bers chose the colors of gold and white, with the yellow chrysanthe- mum as the sorority's flower. This yearls activities included a spaghetti supper, a Japanese dinner, and a Hoat in the homecoming parade. The sorority also contributed books to the library and maintained the standards of sorority life. Officers were: President Kay Stoner, Vice President Marjorie McMahon, Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Connor, Historian Brenda Bolander, and Sponsor Mrs. Perry. pf Y? STANDING: L. to R., Sharon Ward, Joyce Ward, Christine Collins, Carol Enderle, Sharon Oestreich, Janice Fry, Berna Neal. SEATED: Marjorie McMahon, Ruth Connor, Brenda Bolander, Janice Potter, Barb Ballard, Loretta Lupino. 71 IG DELTA 1 V r . , 'M Q , 1 ' 1 . M A A 1 - -. E H5 fe " 'S I 5 pp rr . yy, ez 4 1 Y?" 1:7 1 ml HOW STANDING: L. to R.5 Paula Snyder, Sharon Conrad, Karol Kirkpatrick, Pam Snyder, Shelia Smith, Pat Shrider. SEATED: Barbara Badertscher, Barrie Kramer, Wendy Scott, Marty Cartnal, Wanda Damaske. 'EE XJ s S ei H H i Lui Q3 ii Q.-'1f,.v - , i fins f- u 72 On October 12, 1961, Sigma Delta Sorority became a chartered organization on the Findlay College cam- pus. Sigma Delta was well represented on the sports scene with four members serving as cheerleaders. Alpha Kappa Omega and Sigrna Delta became brother-sister fraternities this year, sponsoring many events together. "Midterm Blues" was a mixer co- sponsored with the Circle K club. Sigma Delta's candidate for Leap Week, Willy Tuggle, was crowned King. IG AK PP T Sigma Kappa Tau was the first chartered men's fraternity on campus. It was founded January, 1960, and currently has twelve actives and nine pledges. Some of the main purposes of this chapter of Sigma Kappa Tau is to develop a spirit of brotherhood and to foster and promote a campus atmosphere conducive to high academic achievement and a high standard of citizenship. This year's Sigma Kappa Tau Sweetheart is Sharon Sheldon, with Dick Leech, president, Mike Kazocas, vice president, Les Miller, secretary, and John See, treasurer. if EU STANDING: L. to R., Ken Fullenlove, Dick Crosby Phillip Eaton B111 Lyons Jim Bates, SEATED: Mike Kazacos, Dick Leech Les Miller John See Bob Hutchison Bob Wood. 73 IG A TA ALPHA STANDING: L. to R., Karen Heminger, Barbara Eakin, Sue Hosler, Nancy Middlton, Barbara Williamson, Linda Schumacher, Philles Burner, Linda Shoop. SEATED: Carol Endrek, Sharon Bull, Wilma Fast, Virginia Frederick, Helen Hendricks, Margie Pollitt. The purpose of Sigma Tau Alpha sorority is to promote social status among the women on campus, to bring the college and the community together, and to provide services for the benefit of Findlay College students. This last year, the society engaged in varied activities. Highlighting the activities was "Dean Morey Weekj, sponsored by "ETAs," ir1 honor of De-an C. A. Morey, and setting up a victory bell, to be rung after victorious sports events. Four honorary members were chosen Mrs. Ivan Frick, Mrs. O. J. Wilson, Mrs. John Hutson, and Mrs. James Nye. The society received eight new pledges as the result of the 1962 February rush. Officers were: President Nancy Middleton, Vice President Barbara Williamson, Secretary Sue Hosler, Treasurer Karen Heminger, and Sponsor Miss Reimund. 74 ZETA IGM CHI Zeta Sigma Chi is one of four social sororities on campus. Since receiving its charter a year ago, Zeta Sigrna Chi has been active in many college events. "ZSC,' entered a float in the homecoming parade, decorated for a Union Board mixer, en- tered a booth in the all-college carnival, and had the winning entry in the "Ugly Man" contest held at the carnival. Pledges activated this year were Jackie Fournier, Elaine Bame, Darla Swartz, Donna Britt, and Ellen Hurlburt. The officers for 1961-62 were President 'Carol Arrnentrout, Vice President Cynthia Malcolm, Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Meyers, and Intersorority Council Representa- tive Nancy Kilmore. .UL L-W-Q' 4 -1: 1 .ia P 3 STANDING: L. to R. 5 Elaine Bame, Nancy Kilmore, Cynthia Malcolm, Carol Armentrout, Barbara Myers, Ellen Hurlbert. SEATED: Ruth Hawthorne, Jocelyn Fournier, Donna Britt, Penelope Webb, Darla Swartz. 75 ,QI ,Wa ii ,Y N, , of SE T -'A' P ? 5 ew Trai , J 1, '.,,L , f - . 1... , ,.. will -.131 'N . EEE? ' -.gf ffg' t 5 sri I 1 All ITYF BACK ROW: L, to R., Dale George, Charles Bunce, Jerry Wasserman, R. W. Whittington. STANDING: Ronald Dellapina, Alphonse Cardulla, James McIntosh. STANDING: Carl Meyer, Jerry Sink, William Senger. STANDING: Gary Wesco, Theodore Dudeck, James Bates, James Houdeshell. One of the veteran groups on campus is the Varsity "F" Club which is composed of those varsity athletic letter winners who have passed all the requirements for mem- bership. The club was organized for the purpose of advancing cooperation, fellowship, and student participation in athletics, and to stimulate an interest in the ideals of sportsmanship. The oHicers for this year are: President Ted Dudeck, Vice President Gary Wesco, Secretary Jim Bates, Treasurer Keith Horstman, and Advisor Goach James Houdeshell. 76 fi 1 i I 3555 , ll my L. Wa' P I ay l tw, Em .R.A. W.R.A., the Women's Recreation Association, is open to any woman on campus. Provision for proper leisure time activities and healthful exercise essential for wholesome living, development of group loyalties, and the enrichment of social competence are the objectives of this organization as it provides the intramural and ex- tramural athletic programs for the women students. Team sports offered in the program include: volleyball, basketball, and softball. Individual sports are: trampoline, bowling, golf, swimming, tennis, and badminton. The officers for this year are: President Marilyn Parsons, Vice President Marie Brian, Secretary Pat Shrider, Treasurer Wanda Damaske, Student Sponsor Dee Stelluti, and Sponsor Miss Miller. me E 'X T'-. STANDING: L. to R., Marilyn Doering, Darla Swartz, Dolores Stelluti, Shirley Fry, Carolyn Rose SEATED: Trudy Clapoool, Jill Street, Sylvia Smith, Mary Ainsworth, Shirley Martin. SEATED ' Wanda Damaske, Marilyn Parsons, Arlene Brian, Pat Shrider. 77 C.0.P. . - A.l.R.C. if TQQ5 w E5 my 5, A 355: Q V .ss ga .ynvf5,,,, 3 1, ,R .. , are Ma' 'E' 2' 2 " W 'A ' T -E ' V 2' ' - 1 f , V , ' - , 7 ' ' ' : Mf ,i ,mlllu 'lk ' ,, H, sf, , H m E, R, 1 Z, E , as i .A f 1 seq s M: M J yea -V -Q-ga -S , YM M: - W :sv 1 -- -5 - , - M, ,- was T is me ., --,ai aw Mi W Wy sw ,ess --fir NS We Y i ,iw sa we- 'W f if dk was-2' im uwss15ssz'ff'uruMu2 sis -' W - M l an -we ww fl sr- "N" ef? -is H'- 25? STANDING: L. to R.g William Johns, Dave Woehler, Richard Menaik, Rick Smith, Doyce Rice, John Krynock, Bill Russel. STANDING: Paul Riley, Somkas Hem Viseshakul, Mike Kazacos, Paul Crouch, Allen Martin, Gregory Mihaly, Barry Schiftic. STANDING: James Dowen, Bob Rainforth, James Bernola, Bill Clark, David Lane, William Crohen, Mark Richcreek, John Fronk, Tony Palmieri, Todd King. SEATED: Zella Millon, Jack James, Leo Savage, Doug Shepherd, Eline Zimmerman. The objective of the Findlay College Club on Political Action is to promote the idea that, through good government, free and peaceful societies will be perfected and perpetuated. The Club On Political Action is af-liliated with the Association of In- ternational Relations Clubs. Various activities have included a member serving as Honorary Vice President of the United States and others serving with high govern- ment officialsg an intern program with the governor of Pennsylvania and Ohio in addition to other state oflicialsg a "mock supreme court" trial on Capital Punishment. 78 E Lge' 5 is Z "' , . 2 f, W: . 2 1 , ,Q M, KW at EE P Q K EL Q ..: .rf - 1 . CIRCLE K The purpose of the Circle K. Club is to encourage participation in group activities, to promote good fellowship and high scholarship, and to provide an opportunity for leadership training in service to the College and the Cormnunity. This year's activities included sponsoring mixers, guest speakers, and publication of a student directory. The highlight of the year was the visit by Governor Michael V. DiSal1e. Officers were: President Keith Lewis, Vice President Jim Tate, Secretary Joe Lear, Treasurer Dennis Bell, and Board of Directors Jim Simonis, Tom Fisher, Phil Eaton, and Robert Rainforth. Faculty sponsors were Dr. Arthur Eakin and Mr. Herbert Now. Z 1 33' 32 ' Qi'-F We 5, Wi ag lm STANDING: L. to R., Joe DePalrna, James Dunham, Ron Leslie, Barry Sprink, Robert Hohs, Robert Kane, Richard Bell, Mike Brown, Bill Boyd, Bill Waldron, Sam Viseshakul, Dr. A. Eakin, Phil Eaton. STANDING: Jim Tate, Bailey Baynes, Karl Chapman, Mr. Herbert Now, Mr. Howard, Mr. D. Snyder, Mr. M. L. Clark, Leo Savage, Keith Lewis, Tom Fisher, Charles Fisher, Bob Hutchison. 79 .E.A. Y 2 ' was eager f f ,, . 7 M . y ,. , H 1 l l -. 'V , ll t 1 .. x l ' f -V Gan .- , dl' 'll' ffsmrszntii l ll- tl' 1' M . Q X F H ww m V f , if 'sb 4 11111111 w H fff fwA1ws1fLs1as1e f w it in ww. 5 zg lu ir ,. , , ,. ., 3 .V X, ... N ,. H 2 y -- :- -- -:55-:- H : V w m it seas' win zwwmlxax :E 1 ',u"w'lw"m'l' lllwwllwwwlllxw Milli . H, if till ilixrxxxx li giflllu' 'ww' wt' w Ml 24.5 will ll 2 W 'Q Q T ii N T f . . ll iiii i ll i l N ii o 'B 1 ' T si W i . Q 5 to W . ....... ,F . , , uw H ,, ,, W w me ws 25 ' 2 , V 2? V , ...HW www fw- STANDING: L. to R., Cyril Miller, John Binkley, Dick Crosby, Tom Gschwind, Ken Bowers, Jim Bates, Joe Williams, Charles Fisher, Mike Risser, Troi Tyner, Larry McDougle. STANDING: Joy Bur- charn, Peter Zaras, Bill Newell, Nona Heilman, Jean Carbaugh, Karen Hemminger, Tom Monaghan, Mary Wagner, Karen Carr, Mark 'L'-'I' H, J yi,-H' ' A ." W... Y 2 'Ev Smith, Bill Thompson, Miss Selma Hill, Dr. Russell Holy. SEATED: Ginny Frederick, Rose Bevins, Lowanda Bowers, Linda Dunbar, Pat Croy, Phyllis Shankster, Miriam Heistand, Barbara Weitz, Pat Copus, Phyllis Bishop, Ken Fullenlove photographer. The Student Education Association is the pre-professional organization on campus for students preparing to enter the teaching field. The purpose of this organization is to provide members with opportunities for devel- oping personal growth and professional competence and for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics, and program of the organized teaching profession. l 1 7' s B The Student Education Association is the largest club on campus this cg, " year, with a membership of 87. The club's float won Hrst place in home- coming parade. The club has started a publication of the S.E.A. "NEWS,', a newsletter of the club's activities throughout the semester. .G.A. STANDING: L. to R., Dr. John VanNice, Jean Carbaugh, Richard Leech, Dick Crosby, Janice Potter, Walter Davis, Margie Magoon, Richard Auman, Richard Achberger, Thomas Morse. SEATED: Karen Heminger, James King, Kenneth Fullenlove. Absent 5 Jake Froning. The Student Government Association is composed of all students carrying more than six hours of classes. The members elect the five officers, who, with the president and a representative of each of the four classes, comprise the Student Senate, the governing body of the organization. The Senate serves as a liaison between the student body and the administration. The Senate also takes care of disciplinary matters and approves all regulations. The Senate, elected in May 1961, was headed by President James King, Vice President Kenneth Fullenlove, Treasurer Jean Carbaugh, Secretary Karen Heminger, and Sgt-at-Arms Torn Morse. The four class presidents - Janice Potter, Dick Crosby, Jake F roning, and Richard Achberger - and SGA representatives from each class - Walt Davis, Dick Leech, Margie Magoon, and Richard Auman. Our faithful advisor for the past three years, Dr. Van Nice, completed the Senate. 81 CHREMA A Chremata was organized for students who are interested in business as a career. The organization has set forth its main objectives to be as follows: To speak effectively under various circumstances and conditions 5 to secure an underlying knowledge of current business problems g and to use correctly parliamentary pro- cedure at business meetings. The purposes are to promote fellowship among students interested in business administration and to enable them to study and inform themselves about various branches of business and the desirability of taking up a vocation in a field. Mem- bership is open to anyone in business administration. Officers were 5 President Denny Dennis, Vice President Jerry Cramer, Secretary- Treasurer Esther Kleinhenz, and Sponsor Dr. Taylor. g ,, i 1 ef' H1 . . 155222 ' 7 , J, I 3: I V K -. E E. " Y t 1 . 1, cgi , fs-A 5.53 :si sww , nf 'iii if 5 . ,, 1 L ,WME1 7' uw a s it r 355,54 5 ill E z U' 105 V STANDING: L. to R.g Mike McPherson, Hugh Kleinhenz, Larry Niswancler, Richard Leech, Jerry Cramer, Cyrill Miller, Barney Rutkowski, Denny Dennis, David Pfeiffer, Dr. Leonard Taylor. SEATED: Elaine Barrie, Mary Adams, Karen Heminger, Esther Kleinhenz, Norma Buckmaster, Janet Burner, Sue Hosler. 82 . .. is Hs. lVlUlVl ER STANDING: L. to R.3 Trudy Claypool, Alan Plyler, Michael McPherson, Michael Smythe, Joseph Williams, Barry Sprink. SEATED: Susan Garst, Diane Rhodes, Elaine Zimmerman, Windy Scott, Sandra Gratz, Evelyn Giles, Sandra Bruney. SEATED: Irene Sharninghouse, Dolores Stelluti, Kenneth Bowers, Barbara Ballard, Victoria Foltz, Wilma Fast. The Mummers objective is to offer the student an opportunity to further his dramatic ability by the study and production of dramatics. Under the able direction of Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse, the 1961-62 Mummers provided many hours of entertainment for both the students and the community of Findlay. First semester, "Our Town" was widely acclaimed and a Christmas play was well accepted. Second semester, two one-act plays were presented. The Mummers in May presented, "Antigone,,' a Greek tragedy by Sophocles. Officers were 5 President Kenneth Bowers, Vice President Barbara Ballard, Secre- tary Vicki Foltz, Treasurer Dee Stelluti, and Sponsor Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse. 83 ARG The 1962 ARGUS was faced with the task of living up to the outstanding events of 1962: the LAMPOST was rated top-bi-weekly by the Ohio College Newspaper Association, the accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and the first high fidelity recording by the choir and band. All this, plus more, made the staPf more than realize the value of their jobs. Deanna Johnston devoted unlimited hours meeting deadlines, and Paula Snyder, with her riot squad, did an outstanding job as Business Manager. I would like to thank all the people within our covers for their cooperation in making the ARGUS the best. Kenneth F ullenlove . . . ......... Editor Photographer Paula Snyder .... .. Business Manager Edward Morris . . .............................. Advisor SEATED: L. to R.g Kenneth Fullenlove, Deanna Johnston. ABSENT: Paula Snyder, Barrie Kramer, Mike 'Crohen, Shelia Smith, Pam Snyder, Edward Morris, AMERICAN YEARBOOK CO. Hannibal, Missouri, Collingwood Studio for class portraits and group pictures of football and basketball. 84 LA POT ' ' Tr V , f . as L.-- 1 L sa- ,, , M E? 'ii 1 ? H r N 5 T Q ' in ' will if it W ' 'X -- 2 .ff ...E .. Q a ll! .. gf if N... is ' " 1 M se, M ., .A , 'M .W . ffl - , , ' ' iff' T .33 5 g f "' is W ff""'s,i5f13M .rms-1 .. pw I.. .., L3f....gs . - au ..Mm,.....3, . Ik Q 3 5 W :N 551 si Hai? 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H V, M11 Q, fe :iff fff 1 ' :1 LEQ1 Y mn 5 , HRM wi.. use mm .6 it V-Wm in N H 1: Q 1 .. ai-.., -N Qi 'ff - 22211 H E E TT 'il' 1+ 1 1fgg,..,: 'Q.ii: : .... ui .lu M ly., e ir ,Q . ll L :Ea iw. QV.. E if gmail SEATED: L. to R.3 Chuck Hamilton, Frankie Chapman, Barbara Williamson, Linda Schumaker, Carol Armentrout. ABSEN T: Barney Ruthowski, Nancy Middleton. The 1961-62 "Lampost" staff was small but mighty. Two feats were recorded into the college newspaper annals this past year. An accreditation 'gextrav was put out in "yellow journalism" style, and the paper was rated top bi-weekly by the Ohio College Newspaper Association. It also received honorable mention for best front page typography. The Lampost staff is composed of: Barbara Williamson ........... ......... E ditor Frankie Chapman . . . . Assistant Editor Barney Rutkowski . .. Sports Editor Ken Fullenlove .. .. Photographer Edward Morris .. ..... Advisor 85 LPH PSI 0 EG Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic fraternity, is organized for the purpose of providing an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics and to provide a wider fellowship for those interested in the college theatre. The fraternity is not intended, to take the place of the regular dramatic club but works in cooperation with this club lending all its resources, organized on the most democratic basis, so that every member may have equal opportunity for self-expression. The members of Findlay College's NU NU Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega desire to develop dramatic talent and the art of acting, to cultivate a taste for the best in the drama, and to foster the cultural values which dramatics develop. The club helped with the pro- duction of "Our Town" and "Antigone" during the past year and participates in choosing the recipient for the Brabson Award for the outstanding student in dramatic activities. STANDING: L. to R., Dee Stelluti, Phyllis Bishop, Ron Martin, Joe Williams, Dick Beery, Bar- bara Ballard. SEATED: Kenneth Bowers, Barry Sprink. 86 LPH RHO TA ..4"3 ge rl r STANDING: L. to R.g Susan Garst, Fernando Veiga, John Buhler, David Barr, Robert Kane, LeRoy McClain. SEATED: Martha Hagerty, William Fiorini. The Alpha Rho Tau, art club, made its appearance on the FC campus this year. A product of the art department, its membership is pledged to promote the development and appreciation of fine arts at Findlay College. In the spring an annual student art exhibit was held by Alpha Rho Tau. In addition to this May Show, various art exhibits were held during the year including original prints by Picasso. Alpha Rho Tau is open to art majors and minors and persons interested in the promotion of line arts on campus, 87 PHI ALPHA THETA Phi Alpha Theta is Findlay College's honorary history society. The purpose of the society is to encourage the study of history, to promote cordial relations between the student and the members of the history profession, and to unite in a fraternal way stu- dents interested in history. This year's activities were highlighted by a speaker from the Embassy of India, a series of film classics, and a program of tape recorded speeches designed to keep the public informed in world affairs. This year's oflicers are: President James Sirnonis, Vice President Larry McDougle, Secretary Nila Gallant, Historian Margaret Magoon, and Sponsor Dr. Kragalott. STANDING? L. to R., Dr. Kragalott, Mr. Bravard, Larry McDougle, Jim King, Freddie Goodart, Jon Reynolds, Mike Risser, Dr. Collins, Dr. Black. SEATED: Esther Kleinhenz, Jim Simonis, Margaret Magoon, Barbara Weitz. 88 L w SIG TA DELT 1 ltlunnuamagm V 25337 - - .- w w Q,- El , r. TE STANDING: L. to R.g Dr. James Congleton, Jerry Cramer, Tom Gschwind, Ken Bowers, Tom Heidelbaugh, Larry McDougle, Willis Tuggle, Troi Tyner. SEATED: Nancy Middleton, Barbara Williamson, Barbara Eakin, Linda Stauffer, Rebecca Milligan, Janet Ackerman, Jeanne Sink, Margaret Petrak, Joy Burcham. Carol Armentrout. SEATED: Diane Sausser, Pat Copus, Marjorie McMahon, The Xi Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, National English Honorary society, was authorized by Grand Chapter in the spring of 1961. A variety of subjects were presented during the year. ese inc u e elen Reimund, "The Imagery in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson," with Mrs. Evelyn Reiser of Bowling Green, Ohio as guest speaker, "A Look at Ohio Writers," and a discussion of the Third Edition of the Webster Dictionary, presented by student members of the society. A dinner meeting with other honor societies concluded the activities for the year. ' , Under the leadership of Dr. E. Congleton, Faculty Adviser, the society, in its Hrst year, has moved rapidly toward achieving the objectives and purposes set forth 1n its constitution. Th ' l d d information on writers' conferences provided by Miss H 89 CHOIR I - .4 .Lilly '- v - ' , fa The Findlay College A Cappella Choir, under the directionship of Dr. John Van Nice, is proving itself again to be a dis- tinct credit to Findlay College in produc- ing a High Fidelity Recording. The choir on one side and the Findlay College band on the other, combined to make the Hrst recording in the history of the college. The choir tour this year carried the group into Illinois, Indiana, and surround- ing Ohio areas. Other musical activities of the choral group include the annual Christmas con- cert, the William B. Brewer Science Hall dedication, chapel programs, and visits to local clubs and churches. 90 A54 Three years old and still under the capable direction of Mr. Louis Chenette, the Findlay College Orchestra and Band presented many enjoyable programs for the students and the people of the community. Activities of the groups included a tour in Ohio and Pennsylvania, football and basket- ball games, and a Spring Concert. The major highlight of the year was the bands participation in producing the Hrst High Fidelity Recording, i i it it is l - . it if ' z-2:-:k , in , ! E 1 .. ., llil'u1m'1-'.," E E ,-Z . ,EQ ' ., jigs ...Wg f w H 1: NWN H ,ww N ww ww! W , K . N Wk 3 ' xn 1 , , Q .f R -3 :A f sasa f t h 4 Q W Q, MJs"1u"'.ml'.ulUm. lX1"""N Q , 5 H ,. ww M, tw v xx l W ' w I J N e f 9 Y 'L' if 'it Q lf, H - sf E::f-M1 ""' em.: 5,2-"'2 -, .,-mf-., mv, Y I F , H " H H , vw M Q v Y My - - Rf 3, V Y ,1q.::.,,.':,,-.?.:. -5-f:S.x,5s.,g V. No.1 ww-ww L S afilfeg A mwgg! 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Y- -. ,--Y N.-, V, - -,. as at H, va- fam ww -WT.---aka--ff ---'- -E -f -an-f 'ani "Our Town," Thornton Wi1der's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, under the direction of Mrs. Charles Sharninghouse, was the Mummers' first performance of the college year. Dick Berry played the role of a stage manager-narrator with Bernard Fisher as the town doctor, Ben Lash as the editor, and Vick Foltz and Karol Kirkpatrick as the respective wives. The shy little romance between the doctor's son and the editor's daughter was carried by Keith Lewis and Barbara Ballard. Others in a cast of fifty included Ken Bowers, Mona Smith, Barry Sprink, Larry O'Brain, and Sandra Gratz. ' ' ' v 1 -ai " M we ,, ' V, Z f:,'g":-11" 1,,L"? Y' wi-f g.i,-- wil' ,r Q A. f, ? W, . T1 5 ry ya :if 5 g rr' ?,- M 2, .ef TN, A, F , ,,, ii ,Ea 3 , Y M, iii I-Q , ,X .Ki .,,,,, ' -'Q my mr an in :fi -M mx :gm iw 2, 1, as 21 V -f L . ,R , 5 5 e , a. L w, ,S -,Q .n 1 , lg .f. af?- Q, H. L - ,TL ,Mesyx Q gy, m gy I 9 Q fe, at 'Iii gif mm : may MSR, Q 93 H0 ECO IG Introducing the Findlay College Queen and her court who reigned over the 1961 Home- coming festivities! Janet Burcham, freshman attendant, Nappanee, Ind., attendant, Barbara Eakin, junior, Findlay, Ohio 5 Queen Jean Carbaugh, junior, Clear Spring, Md., attendant Frankie Chapman, sophomore, Racine, Ohio, and attendant, Elaine Bame, junior, Arlington, Ohio. The schedule of Homecoming events Oct. 14, 12530 p.m. - Homecoming were: parade. 2 p.m. - game with Ash- Oct. 12, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. - pep land, rally. 4- p.m. - post-game coffee Oct. 13, Friday, 5 p.m. - banquet, hour in the Union, 8 p,m. musical. 9 p.m. - mixer at First Oct. 14, Saturday, 9 a.m. - recep- Methodist Church annex. tion for returning alumni. 10:30 a.Ir1. - b1'l1f1Ch in the The three-day Homecoming week- Alurnni M6II101'i9.1 UI1i0I1- end was jointly sponsored by the Stu- 1lZ30 a.m. - t0L1I'S of the dent Government Association and campus. Alumni OHice. 'il' To ff ' k,'H'1QH ,,,,,1 i',, Q ,lit V. ii1ifwu"'www"lg3:,ak mwwiwififgiiwumiiwuggit , It, gsrazimu- mum, 442122224 iw X! ef 15' ili' at 1 sf V e t'ggilw"n.. jmgggs' jfifgj,N11,11''u,,gtgglglge,fe,E2EW,g..."' ,Q atm,3w1..t...A...2ipsJ" 3s5:Ei,f,5lli..."'.. ,, ,,,,, 2, ,X gr .jx 73 - 94 , .. .oi Y-1.4 .Bee .H-L ...- W f 74 I 'is I Homecoming Queen 1961. . :'-v"'V1n, ,ss ,wt J. 1 if-1 H I 1: 1 f Findlay College Homecoming Festivities FINDLAY 28 ASHLAND 6 Dr. O. J. Wilson announces plans for new buildings at banquet. H1 11 1 L , 1 l .i 'Y , N , 5 wiwlxi 1' 1 'U 115 fa, i li. I 1 W .5 , , ,fs 3.15, V in V 2 rj Q! V X Y - , .' 'SV 11 1 , Min ' ' , 1 Z" ll u ,. if 11111 -' I ' 1 11,mNYC'11"r1,ia1J 1 1-wz.., 1 , v u wi 3 - 1 . , , n - sg, M "i 'ff7"'i' Wifi 1' '91 -11.3 ' 2 A E 4?f"fE-? " lv' ' -11531: A gf W, -, LE P EEK The week of Feb. 5 to 12 was the scene of F C's Leap Week activities. During this annual occurrence, spon- sored by the freshman class, the girls on campus will honor the boys. A Leap Week King was crowned and special calendar events were observed. Calendar Of Events Monday, 11 a.m. - Skits presented by the sororities for their candidates for King, in the Chapel. Tuesday, 9 p.m. - A serenade for the boys presented by the girls. Wednesday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. - King election in the main hall in Old iff Main and the Union. 7 p.m. - Full-length film in Brewer 100. Price, Drag 354, Stag, 2592 Thursday, 6:30 p.m. -- Banquet with a program to take place in the union dining hall. Price is 359' with meal tickets, 51.25 without tickets. Friday, 8-11:30 p.m. - Sadie Haw- kins Mixer at YMCA Price: Drag, 505, Stag 35422 Saturday, 6:15 p.m. - Wrestling match with Indiana Central in the College Gym. 8 p.m. - Home bas- Smiling Willie Tuggle reigned as Leap Week King over the festivities. ketball game with Ceclarville, His Queen for a night was Judy Tantari, sophomore from Conneaut. 25555. - if' Freshman class president, Richard Achberger, keeps an eye on Sheila Smith, trying to stuff the ballot box, while helping Margaret Magoon to vote. CANDIDATES Dave Shockey Mike Loveridge Jake Froning Jerry Cramer John Givens Willie Tuggle Jonathan Binkley. 0 96 TALE T H0 ' "T Tw if S e a ' J 'afflp Y ..,.n . Sigma Tau Alpha. receives a trophy for the best group. Sigma Delta is represented by Sheila Smith and Pam Snyder. Vocal group receives an award Zeta Sigma Chi The Union Board sponsored the evening's program. 97 PRI G The pledges of Sigma Delta sorority real- ize the true meaning of "mud in your eye." H 'EL Fl Recreation was provided on the tram- poline by members of the Women's Recreation Association. 'li 1 ,A""' p L 95412 '449 v':.":2"'F ' .Ya f g .,... g.-Q., . ' .,,. W-?'1-14,2-1',1f'C. The clown says, "Who is my happy friend back there?', 98 RIA "Certainly it will run! Down hill, that is.' says members of Sigma Kappa Tau fra- temity. With us always. Wa- -QT3 LA 'S Fx BELL F. . ., '-J, J 591 0'- Q.,- 323511, Sigma Tau Alpha live mouse game attracts the young. 1 ir- f' rm .- I! Girls of the Kappa Phi Epsilon sorority present a Parisian chorus line at the spring carnival. 99 Kappa Phi Epsilon ring' a leg booth. Backstage of the Fren their act is just a front. ch line we see gi ' il ,Qs 2 W Shave a balloon and receive one of Ernest Tubs first Students, faculty, and citizens of Findlav hit songs. The Mummers have several to give away. enjoy activities at FC,s spring carnival Over 200 townspeople, students, faculty members and their spouses attended the Annual Spring Carnival held in the gym. The highlight of the evening was the "ugly man" contest with 'Rich Menaik, freshman, taking the honor for Zeta Sigma Chi sorority. There were eight organizations represented in the contest. One-half of the evening's proceeds are to go to the Findlay College building fund and one-half to the organizations. S. While backs are turned, Dick takes from the till QNX. Had the cardboard bodies been sub stituted by the girls of Zeta Sigma Chi, then business would have been as good as their winning entry in the ugly man contest. H 'TP fm, kv. -1- If w.. -v U39 iw? I Q15 mia 'SH W" as sem ' ,, 4 -A P, I Q S' 1 , . 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ACCREDITATIO I s Tii?i'Qii3EHf p s is ' , f m l iw i ,Tflifii J :,, t - vlhl , 3 'ri'-Pu ,, rl, 5 ff fbi V 5 K ww is 4 President Wilson announces the news of accreditation to the enthusiastic student body. Members of the newspaper staff distribute issues of a special, one-page edition of The Lampost cele- brating accreditation. fig 'r Myst-.V Ovation for President Wilson. "SSL X.,-N' ,rf A ef Students show appreciation to the Cooper Tire and Rubber Company for all the help given to the College. KH N-ua. wx ti i I. RUBBER C0 . . J. aw -g fr-'fugigx it q, ,bl lf' . w Always room for one more to join in the motor parade through Findlay. W Z-.+, ..,. 4 , Over fifty cars packed with FC students begin an afternoon and evening of celebration. Cars and FC students are waking the town and telling the people of the great accreditation victory. me ..:. .. -. ...fs - r 11 , ,ss ffl k 'jk 1-' , t.. 'f' H ' f 'A VW 4 Fill-f.s. . ' 54926 Q M. , :EI W . 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Main St. Findlay, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF TIMBER LANES L, - ff + a y BOWLING ALLEY r s CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1962 1 f 1400 Sixth St. Findlay, Ohio LAWRENCE V. I'IOSLER COMPLIMENTS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS PATTERSONS Lawrence V- Hosler Harold R- Corbin "Serving Findlay Since 1849" 2225 S. Main St. Findlay. Ohio 418 5. Main Sf, Findlay, Ohio PEPSI-COLA Q' R EPSL' om 0 Now it's PEPSI for those who think young. YN XV? 'W' li Nlilw nf ?m155J ' Broad 84 Rockwell GA 2-2705 Findlay, Ohio BARNHART MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 24-hour Ambulance Service 618 S. Main St. GA 2-2626 Findlay, Ohio THE REPUBLICAN COURIER Your education is not complete unless you read your local newspaper to keep track of current history 308 Broadway GA 2-5151 Findlay, Ohio 93' DOF F OUR l CAP . . . lo the Findlay College seniors. Moy your future be o success. PRODUCERS - TRANSPORTERS - REFINERS - MARKETERS OF MARATHON PETROLEUM RODUCTS Directory A Achberger, Richard A. - 204 Weber Ave., Canton, O. Acken-nan, Janet G. - 16301 Elsienna, Cleveland, O. Adams, Mary E. - 19 Hancock St., Tiliin, O. Agner, Dortha F. - Route 1, Leipsic, O. Ainsworth, Mary L. -- 888 Pittsford, Mendon Ctr. Rd., Pa. Alesch, John P. - 706 Edith Ave., Findlay, O. Altman, Sharon - 232 Ely Avenue, Findlay, O. Alge, Michael F. - 1125 E.. Main Cross, Findlay, O. Ankney, William C. - 217 N. Main St., Findlay, O. Archer, Timothy L. - 1263 Erie St., Liverpool, O. Arlington, Jerry L. - 150 Newhart St., Carey, O. Armentrout, Carol J. -- 333 Defiance Ave., Findlay, O. Atkins, Ronald D. - 318 First St., Findlay, O. Auman, Richard L. - 330 Hillview Ave., Latrobe, Pa. Ayers, Virginia - 115 Howard Street, Findlay, O. B Badertscher, Barbara - Route 4, Findlay, Ohio Baer, Donald E. - Wharton, Ohio Baker, Sheridan - 421 Dayton St., Hamilton, O. Baldasare, John T. - 152 E. Parkwood Dr., Dayton, O. Baldwin, Donald M. - 5700 Douglas Road, Toledo, O. Baldridge, Mae L. - Baldwin, Richard N. - 229 Lima Ave., Findlay, Ohio Baldwin, Sondra -- 716 Tifiin Ave., Findlay, O. Ballard, Barbara S. - Route 2, Cortland, Ohio Ballin, Dolores - 1520 S. Court, Findlay, Ohio Balmer, Dennis L. - 830 W. Main Cross, Findlay, O. Balsat, Howard W. - 1116 Lum St., Fostoria, O. Bama, Elaine K. -- Bame, Elizabeth A. Bame, Kenneth W. Bandy, Finis W. - Barchent, Richard Bare, Betty L. - R Barr, David A. - Barry, Odell C. -- Barton, Richard -- Basil, Walter E. - Basilius, Louisa S. Bates, James E. - Baumgartner, J. A. Beagle, Jerry L. - Beam, Gerald E. - Route 1, Arlington, Ohio - Route 1, Williamstown, Ohio - 2515 Beecher St., Findlay, O. 132 W. Hobart, Findlay, O. P. - 900 W. Sandusky, Findlay, O. oute 1, Nevada, Ohio 165 Church St., Lancaster, Pa. 1147 Pinewood, Toledo, Ohio 2109 Church, Wilmington, Del. 2211 Washington Ave., Findlay, O. -- 929 Crystal Ave., Findlay, O. 435 Hays Ave., Latrobe, Pa. - Arlington, Ohio Route 3, London, Ohio Baynes, Bailey M. - Route 1, Arlington, Ohio 110 Otsego Pike, McComb, Ohio Beatty, Glenn E. - Route 1, Avonmore, Pa. Bell, Richard D. - Beltz, Donald E. - 437 Jefferson, Elyria, Ohio 1539 Crystal Ave., Findlay, O. Beltz, John A. - 215 First St., Findlay, O. Benjamin, William M. - 238 Garfield Ave., Findlay, O. Benner, Charles L. - Route 2, Greenlield, Ohio Bennett, Robert L. -- Box 133, Jenera, Ohio Berg, John A. - 119 Frazer St., Findlay, Ohio Berkebile, Melvin H. - R. 4, Box 24, Swanton, Ohio Bemola, James A. - 11 Studa. St., Burgettstown, Pa. Berrier, Rose E. -- Route 2, Tiffin, Ohio Bethany, Dave - 633 Fernwood, Toledo, Ohio Beucler, Vera M. - Arlington, Ohio Beveridge, Lynn S. - Route 1, Butler, Ohio Bevins, Rose M. - Route 1, Arcanum, Ohio Billorman, George R. - 418 W. Walnut, Coldwater, O. Binklcy, David A. - Route 3, Celina, Ohio Binkley, Jonathan A. '- Route 3, Celina, Ohio Bishop, Carole A. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Bishop, Phyllis J. - 1731 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Bistline, Leslie S. - Route 3, Dillsburg, Pa. Bistline, Randall L. - Route 3, Dillsburg, Pa. Black, Daniel K. - 324 Indian Road, Ottawa Hills, O. Blount, Earl F. - 10625 Kimberly, Cleveland, O. Bolander, Brenda L. - 1-l-22 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio Bonnell, Don R. - 2342 Wyandotte, Cuyahoga Falls, O. Borden, Charlene - 715 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Bostlcman, Sue E. - Route 1, Holgate, Ohio Bowden, Lloyd L. - Route 5, Meadville, Pa. Bowe, Ottis L. - 220 W. Tiffin St., Fostoria, O. Bowers, Kenneth R. - R. 2, Box 1065, Ellwood City, Pa. Bowers, Lowanda L. - 2319 N, Main, Findlay, Ohio Bowman, Philip D. -- 233 Tioga Ave., Findlay, Ohio Boyd, William C. - 2005 Duquesne, McKeesport, Pa. Bracken, Janna - Box 131, Continental, Ohio Bradshaw, Howard L. - 321 S. Patterson, Gibsonburg, O. Brandman, Mary M. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Breitigam, Walter V. -- 332 Cherry St., Findlay, Ohio Brcneman, John - Route 1, Newburg, Pa. Breneman, Lois S. - 322 S. Chestnut, Mt. Carmel, Pa. Brewbaker, Charles N. - N. Main St., Alvada, Ohio Brian, Erlene M. -- Scott, Ohio Brigner, Arden - Brinkman, Robert F. - 405 Buckeye St., Genoa, Ohio Britt, Donna M. - 507 Sycamore, Sidney, Ohio Brobst, John - 12+ W. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Brodie, Joe - 300 Frazer St., Findlay, Ohio Brown, James - 836 S. Cory St., Findlay, Ohio Brown, Michael A. - 638 W. Madison, Gibsonhurg, O. Brown, Robert C. - Wharton, Ohio Browne, Erroll R. - 4-21 Lynn St., Findlay, Ohio Brucklacher, Thomas - 514 Putnam St., Findlay, Ohio Brumbaugh, Sally - Route 1, North Baltimore, Ohio Bnygot, Frank R. - 4406 Fruitland Dr., Pamia, O. Buchanan, Lynn W. - 116 East St., N. Baltimore, O. Buchenroth, Jane E. - Route 1, Huntsville, Ohio Buck, Merlin P. - 121 Springbrook, Findlay, O. Buckrnaster, Norma L. - 1582 Virginia Ave., Lima, O. Buhler, John S. -- 400 Edith Ave., Findlay, Ohio Bull, Sharon A. - Route 3, Springfield, Ohio Bumgarner, Robert L. - Route 5, Sidney, Ohio Bunce, Charles G. - 111 Arden Park, Sturgis, Mich. Burcham, Janet - 508 E. Walnut, Nappanee, Ind. Burcham, Joy L. - 508 E. Walnut, Nappanee, Ind. Burner, Janet D. - Route 1, Leipsic, Ohio Burner, Phyllis J. - Route 5, Findlay, Ohio Bumharn, Ray S. - 830 S. West St., Findlay, O. Butler, John J. - 51 C 5 Wood St., Delta, Ohio Cable, Ronald C. - Route 1, Harmony, Pa. Calim, Aman J. - 151 Trenton Ave., Findlay, O. Campbell, Beth J. - Pierpont, Ohio Campbell, D. Bruce - 396 E. Eric, Painesville, O. Campbell, Edward A. - Route 5, Findlay, Ohio Carbaugh, Jean M. - Route 1, Clear Spring, Md. Cardulla, Alphonse E. - 9 Brace Road, Victor, N. Y. Carpenter, Mary A. - 48 W. Water St., Middletown, Pa Carlson, Susan K. -- 173 Grant St., Conneaut, Ohio Carr, Karen J. - Route 3, Sycamore, Ohio Cartnal, Marty A. - Route 7, Newark, Ohio Chaney, Dennis F. - 838 Liberty St., Findlay, O. Chapman, Bruce F. -- 314 W. Walnut St., N. Baltimore, O Chapman, Frankie J. f Route 2, Racine, Ohio Chapman, Karl W. - 5910 Kingswood, Bethesda, Md. Cherry, Patricia A. - Route 1, Pandora, Ohio Cherry, Roy S. -,Route 1, Pandora, Ohio Chilcoat, Floyd H. vi- Alvada, Ohio Childs, James C. -- 14470 Clcminshaw, Cleveland, O, Chipps, Dayle 1-1. - 21 S. Linwood, Pittsburgh, Pa. Churchwell, Kathlen - 1120 Country Club, Findlay, O. Claphan, Kaye B. -- Route 3, Forest, Ohio Clark, William E. Claypool, Trudy A. Closson, Kenneth I. - Route 3, Van Wert, Ohio - Stevenson St., Gibsonburg, O. -Q 1124 Hedge, Hollidaysburg, Pa. Coats, Rex E. - 128 S. Main, Arlington, Ohio com., Jan rs. L 52 4 Hull Ave., Findlay, Ohio Cobb, Virgil - 2035 Forest, Toledo, Ohio Coffman, Christina - 646 E. Main, Leipsie, Ohio Colhum, Ann L. - 519 Hull Ave., Findlay, Ohio Cole, Harry C. - Route 5, Tiffin, Ohio Coleman, Eugene P. - Collins, Christine - 200 Second St., N. Baltimore, O. Conley, Rodney L. Connor, James M Connor, Ruth E. - Conrad, David P. - - Box 204, Wharton, Ohio 1314 Park St., Findlay, Ohio Indian Head, Pa. 119 N. Beecher, N. Baltimore, O. Conrad, Sharon I. - East Bright Road, Findlay, Ohio Contris, Karol L. - Cooke, Gerald L. - Route 5, Lima, Ohio 026 N. Cory, Findlay, Ohio Coonce, Jerry T. - 25311 Keeler, Detroit, Mich. Copus, Patricia L. Corbin, Donald B. - 127 Larkins, Findlay, Ohio - Route 1, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Corbin, Francis J. - Route 1, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Corbin, Patil E. - 216 Osborn Ave., Findlay, Ohio Cornwell, Robert - 701 Sheridan Ave., Findlay, O. Cottrell, Sidney M. - North St., Granville, Ohio Coykendale, A. F. -- R. R. 1, Findlay, Ohio Cramer, Jerry P. - Route 4, Findlay, Ohio Cramer, Karl R. - 2423 W. Sandusky, Findlay, O. Cramer, Larry D. - 709 Western Ave., Findlay, O. Crawford, Clyde M, - Route 1, Arcadia, Ohio Crohen, Michael D. - 932 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Crohen, William P. Crosby, Richard B. - 327 Jackson, Port Clinton, O. - Route 1, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Crouch, Paul C. - 1401 Overlook, Alliance, Ohio Croy, Patricia L. - 441 N. Maple, Ottawa, Ohio D Damaske, Wanda P. - Route 1, Swanton, Ohio Danna, Joseph M. - 800 Atlantic, Monaca, Pa. Davis, Walter K. - Box 206, Eau Claire, Pa. Davis, Dianne - Route 1, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Decooman, Ronald L. - Route 1, Arcadia, Ohio DeFrieze, Patricia F. - 404 Oliver St., McComb, Ohio Deisler, Jo - 1712 Eastview Dr., Findlay, O. Deitzel, Lois M. - Deitzel, Robert E. 2950 Columbia, Camp Hill, Pa. - 2930 Columbia, Camp Hill, Pa. Dellapina, Ronald J. - Route 1, Bulger, Pa. Dennis, Denny D. -- 608 East,Foullte, Findlay, Ohio Depuy, Ted L. - Derodes, Donald R. 11-30 Eben Ave., Findlay, Ohio - Route 1, Van Buren, Ohio Dcsanti, John J. - 2918 Liberty, Eric, Pa. Devor, Carole L. - 2075 N. Taylor Rd., Cleveland, O. Dewese, Keith M. - R.F.D., Weston, Ohio Dill, Everett - 634 Dilling, Joseph E. W. Main, Deshler, Ohio - Route 1, Martinsburg, Pa. Dillon, Lanny R. - 501 N. Main, Arlington, Ohio Dilts, jack o. - Doering, Marilyn S. -- Route 3, Wapakoneta, Ohio Doersam, Russell E. - Route 1, Wharton, Ohio Donaldson, Carolyn Donaldson, Marilyn S. - 705 Dayton Ave., Findlay, O. L. - 705 Dayton Ave., Findlay, O. Donnell, Glenn - 1003 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Dosh, Richard L. - 1205 Laporte, Linglestown, Pa. Douglas, Gary R. - 128 Hillcrest, Oil City, Pa. Dove, Karen - 1 19 E. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Dowen, James A. - 612 E. Foulke, Findlay, Ohio Doyle, Charles - 1627 Eastview Dr., Findlay, O. Drake, Maureen A. - Route 2, Jackson Center, Ohio Drake, Norma J. - 335 Perry St., Fostoria, Ohio Draper, Thomas L. Dnimmund, George N. Olmsteatl, O. - 128 w. North st., carey, Ohio W. - 6753 Stearns Rd., Drost, Mary - 721 E. Circle Dr., Findlay, O. Ducleck, Theodore J. - Box 19, Langeloth, Pa. Duffy, Richard C. - 1176 Sunset Blvd., Mansfield, O. Dukes, David L. - Route 1, Mt. Cory, Ohio Dunbar, Linda J. - River St., Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Duncan, Linda J. - Route 3, Alverton, Pa. Dunham, James L. - Route 4, Mansfield, Ohio Dunn, Dawn L. - 756 W. Findlay St., Carey, O. Durham, Ronald L. - 6625 Vine St., Cincinnati, O. E Eakin, Barbara R. - 408 Allen Ave., Findlay, Ohio Eaton, Charles P. - 188 Shirley, Monaca, Pa. Ebersole, Loring F. f 924 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Edgington, Thomas N. - 44-9 College, Findlay, Ohio Edie, James L. - Route 2, McComb, Ohio Eikenbary, Terry B. - 110 Second St., Van Wert, O. Eipper, Karen J. - Box 33, Danforth, 111. Eitelgeorge, John - 1962 Lexington, Mansfield, O. 10110 Westchester, Cleveland, O Elsea, Dennis E. - Route 4, Findlay, Ohio Emig, Nancy J. - Route 1, Fresno, Ohio Enderle, Carol - 308 W. Broadway, N. Baltimore, O. Endrek, Carol A. - 220 E. Main, McComb, Ohio Essinger, Giles - Route 1, Williamstown, Ohio Ewald, Robert J. - 656 Broadway, Fostoria, Ohio F Farthing, Wayne W. - 1925 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Fast, Wilma J. - R. R. 3, Box 91, Celina, Ohio Fellers, Robert - 1326 Foraker, Findlay, Ohio Fennell, Kenneth L. - 439 Tifiin Ave., Findlay, Ohio Ferguson, Thomas L. - 25 Marilyn Road, Rossford, O. Fcrrel, Jo Fran - Route 1, McComb, Ohio Fick, Sandra G. 4 5326 W. Fork Rd., Cincinnati, O. Fink, Loretta - 306 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Fink, Robert B. -- 306 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Finney, Carol A. - 537 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, O. Fiorini, William R. - 323 Hillview Ave., Latrobe, Pa. Fisher, Bernard A. - 881 Murphy St., Lima, Ohio Fisher, Charles D. - 3654 Woodmont, Toledo, Ohio Fisher, Thomas - B39 Maple Ave., Findlay, Ohio Fitzgerald, Murray - 1001 Park St., Findlay, Ohio Flick, Edwin M. -- 1818 Washington Ave., Findlay, O. Foltz, Victoria S. - 424 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Foos, Kenneth M. - Route 1, W. Mansfield, Ohio Footlick, Robert - 648 Beyer St., Wooster, Ohio Ford, Henry L. - 153 W. Bigelow, Findlay, Ohio Foster, Dennis E. - Box 726, Fostoria, Ohio Foster, William L. - B41 S. Cory, Findlay, Ohio Fournier, Jocelyn A. - 1576 Eleanor, Toledo, Ohio Frack, William D. - 210 Lima Ave., Findlay, Ohio Frankenfield, Walter - 147 Larkins, Findlay, Ohio Frederick, V. L. - 315 Howard St., Findlay, Ohio Freeman, Stanley R. - 581 Arlington, Mansfield, Ohio Froning, Jacob F. - Route 1, New Bremen, Ohio Fronk, John R. - Route 2, Napoleon, Ohio Frost, Terry - 232 College, Findlay, Ohio Fruth, Darrell E, - 141 S. Buckeye, Dunkirk, Ohio Fry, Janice L. - 829 White Ave., Fremont, Ohio Fry, Shirley A. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Fullenlove, K. R. - 379 N. Wiley St., Crestline, O. G Gallagher, Martha J. - 300 Lexington, Findlay, Ohio Gallant, Nila E. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Galloway, Robert C. - Route 1, Arlington, Ohio Gambcr, James A. - 512 Parkview Dr., Upper Sandusky, O. Gander, Jo Ann - 400 E. Sycamore, Columbus Grove, O Garard, James C. - 1211 Cheesman, Bethel Park, Pa. Garris, Donald L. - 122 Garfield, Findlay, Ohio Garst, Susan J. - 118 Tioga Ave., Findlay, Ohio Gary, Charles W. - 1124 Blanchard Ave., Findlay, O. Gassman, James D. - 204 Second, Findlay, Ohio George, Dale L- Route 2, Urbana, Ohio Gephart, Marilyn K. - 4119 Bellenue Rd., Toledo, Ohio Gerken, Lester F. - Route 1, Napoleon, Ohio Giles, Evelyn L. - 911 Notre Dame Pl., Pittsburgh, Pa. Gillette, Ronnie A. - R. 1, Box 80, Clayton, Ohio Ginter, Sue A. - Hoytville, Ohio Givens, John F. -Box 5, Beaver, Ohio Golding, Edward - 7014 River Rd., Waterville, O. Good, William - Route 2, Fostoria, Ohio Good, Charles - 957 N. Union, Fostoria, Ohio Gooclart, Freddie f 720 Liberty, Findlay, Ohio Gourley, Janet K. -- 1220 Sixth, Findlay, Ohio Gran, Diane - 344 Davis, Findlay, Ohio Gratz, Gene A. - R. 1 Waynesticld, Roundhead, O. Gratz, Sandra K. - Route 1, Ottawa, Ohio Grauel, James M. - 334 College, Findlay, Ohio Gray, Emma M. - 501 Frazer, Findlay, Ohio Gray, Patricia C. - 119 Prospect, Findlay, Ohio Green, Fred A. - 30245 Pettibone Rd., Solon, O. Groth, Charles C. - 206 Walnut, Arcadia, Ohio Groves, Raymond S. - 1801 Blaine, Findlay, Ohio Gschwind, Thomas J. - Box 144, Risingsun, Ohio Gulgin, David G. -- Route 1, LaGrange, Ohio Guuo, Anthony T. - 211 W. Bigelow, Upper Sandusky, O. Gwara, Barbara J. - R. 2, Box 133, Newton Falls, O. H Haifa, William H. - 2909 Greengarden, Erie, Pa. Hagerty, Martha J. - Route 3, Findlay, Ohio Hainley, Ken-nit - 711 Trenton, Findlay, Ohio Halderman, Jarelyn D. - 658 N. Main, Celina, Ohio Hale, Ronald - 401 Defiance, Findlay, Ohio I-laman, Robert L. - 301 College, Findlay, Ohio Hamilton, Charles B. - 505 Fillmore, E. Aurora, Pa. Haney, Carol R. - 115 W. Jackson, Fostoria, Ohio Hankins, Susan Ann - Route 4, Findlay, Ohio Hanlin, Ronald G. -- Route 2, Burgettstown, Pa. Hanner, Linda A. - 1325 Shady Lane, Findlay, Ohio Hardman, Mary - 315 Fairlawn, Findlay, Ohio Harmon, Barbara - 216 S. Tarr, N. Baltimore, O. Harris, Judith E. - 19 Linden, Dayton, Ohio Hartigan, Jack L. - 141 Bittersweet Dr., Findlay, O. Hartigan, James - 141 Bittersweet Dr., Findlay, O. Hartman, Elizabeth A. - Route 2, Chadwick, Ill. Hassan, John R. - 714 Central Ave., Findlay, O. Haugh, James - R. 5, Bob 123, Tiffin, Ohio Hawkins, Dave S. -- 810 Springfield, Connellsville, Pa. Hawthorne, Ruth A. - 2434 Kingston Rd., Cleveland Hts., O. Hayden, Robert R. -- R. 1, Box 16, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Hayes, James E. - 119 W. Pine Ave., Findlay, O. Heidlebaugh, T. A. - Route 5, Findlay, Ohio Heidrich, Conrad - 308 College, Findlay, Ohio Heilman, Nona - Route 1, Carey, Ohio Helms, Paul P. - 514 Washington St., Findlay, O. Helstand, Miriam G. - 255 Rector, Findlay, Ohio Heminger, Karen A. - Route 1, Portage, Ohio Heminger, Nedra N. - 3740 Midcllebroolt, Cincinnati, O. Hemminger, Mary -Q Risingsun, Ohio Hendricks, F. W. -' R. 1, Box 159, Bowling Green, O. Hendricks, M. Ellen - R. 1, Box 159, Bowling Green, O. Henry, Sandra J. - 19 Henry St., Dayton, Ohio Hepler, Russell D. - R. R. 2, Nappanee, Ind. Hess, G. Donald - 68 Big Spring, Ncwville, Pa. Hetriclt, Del E. - 827 Third, Findlay, Ohio Hibschman, James E. - Route 1, Syracuse, Ind. Hicltle, Gary L. - Route 1, Arlington, Ohio . Hills, Twila J. - 225 E. Foulke, Findlay, Ohio I-Iindall, David V. - 1332 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Hobbs, Jerry N. - 536 Fernwood, Toledo, Ohio Hock, James E. - Route 1, Van Buren, Ohio Hockman, Peggy E. - 925 Maple Ave., Findlay, Ohio Hoffman, Barry F. - 2800 Gettysburg Rd., Camp Hill, Pa Hoffman, Thomas K. - 219 Defiance, Findlay, Ohio Hoge, Ivan - 916 Bernard, Findlay, Ohio Hohs, Robert W. - 3200 Warrensvillc, Shaker Hts., O. Hollington, Mary - 126 Glendale, Findlay, Ohio Hoover, Louise H. - 222 Center St., Findlay, Ohio Hoover, Martin J. - 1424 Erbst Dr., Alexandria, Va. Horner, David L. - Indian Head, Pa. Horstman, Keith A. - 128 Walnut, N. Baltimore, Ohio Hosler, K. Sue - 201 W. McPherson, Findlay, Ohio Howard, Gary R. -- 74-7 N. Main, Fostoria, Ohio Howard, Ronald'E. - 1303 Douglas Pkwy., Findlay, O. Huber, Rosalie A. - 605 Lincolnshire, Findlay, O. Hudson, Raymond L. - 44- E. Imboden Dr., Decatur, Ill. Hudson, Robert L. - Washington St., Cygnet, Ohio Huff, Mary D. - 4332 Normandy, Cincinnati, O. Hughes, David W. -Q 4470 Highland, Shadyside, O. Hughes, Gary L. - 328 Second, N. Baltimore, O. Hughes, William M. - 3325 Bishop, Toledo, Ohio Hulbert, Melvin, R. - 115 Clifton, Findlay, Ohio Hummell, Richard - 1011 Broad, Findlay, Ohio Hummell, Robert A. - 542 Cherry, Findlay, Ohio Hummer, Betty - R. 3 Carcy Rd., Findlay, Ohio Hunt, Gary L. - R. 87, Box 238, Middlefield, O. Hunter, Margaret - 509 W. Main, Leipsic, Ohio I-Iunyadi, Eleanor - 319 Walnut, Findlay, Ohio Hurlburt, Ellen L. - 223 N. Main, Swanton, Ohio Hutchison, Robert E. - 449 Eben Ave., Findlay, Ohio I lnbody, Gerlad - Jenera, Ohio Irwin, John W. - 6434 Hammel, Cincinnati, Ohio J James, Jack M. - Box 40, Risingsun, Ohio Jcflers, Diane P. - R. 1, Grand Rapids, Ohio Jenkins, Lucy - Box 155, Wharton, Ohio Johns, William M. - 24280 Coral Lane, Novi Twsp., Mich. Johnson, Jay William - 1203 Ashland Ave., Dayton, O. Johnson, Michael S. - 709 Center, Findlay, Ohio Johnson, Robert W. - 113 Short, Bradford, Ohio Johnston, Deanna J. - 901 Crystal, Findlay, Ohio Jolliff, Mary K. - 120 S. Buckeye, Dunkirk, Ohio Jones, Gary L. - 46450 Berlin, Lorain, Ohio Jones, James H. -- 2780 Elm, Columbus, Ohio Jones, Jim Robert - 1413 9th St., Lorain, Ohio Jones, Martha - 134 S. Lind, Deshler, Ohio Josselyn, William B. - 4409 N. Main, Englewood, Ohio Judd, James J. - 311 N. Tarr, N. Baltimore, O. Judd, Mary - 311 N. Tarr, N. Baltimore, O. Julien, Mary A. - 404 E. Walnut, N. Baltimore, 0. K Kane, Robert J. - West Lake Road, Vermilion, O. Katon, Michael L. - Box 327, Main St., Grand Rapids, O. Karcher, Helen C. - 612 Lima Ave., Findlay, Ohio Kazacos, Michael J. - 105 Enfield Pl., Syracuse 3, N. Y. Kehl, Kathie L. - 428 E. Walnut, Painesvillc, O. Kennedy, Edward J. -4 534 Main, Benwood, W. Va. Kibler, Carolann M. 4- 634-3 W. Bancroft, Toledo, Ohio Kier, Judith R. - 39 E. Sherry, Trotwood, Ohio Kilrnore, Nancy C. - Shepherdstown, Pa. Kimbcrland, Jack - R. 3, Box 158, Burgettstown, Pa. King, James N. - 1239 Logan, Findlay, Ohio King, James P. - Route 2, Bluffton, Ohio King, Todd F. - 16749 E. River Rd., Columbia Sta., Ohio Kirkpatrick, Karol A. - 615 Liberty, Findlay, Ohio Kistler, Gary L. - Route 1, Rawson, Ohio Kizer, James E. -- 4652 Boydson Dr., Toledo, O. Klausing, Donald - 825 Hawthorne Rd., Findlay, O. Klausing, Ronald '- 825 Hawthome Rd., Findlay, O. Kleinhenz, Esther C. - Route 1, McComb, Ohio Kleinhenz, Hugh J. - Route 1, McComb, Ohio Klomp, Thomas E. - 2125 Jackson Pl., Wesleyville, Pa. Knueven, Aloysius - Route 1, Leipsic, Ohio Krabill, Larry M. - 1306 Douglas Pkwy., Findlay, O. Kramer, Barrie L. -- R. 2, Tiffin Rd., Findlay, O. Krider, Stanley D. - Route 2, Columbia City, Ohio Krynoclt, John J. - Box 722, Lakeside, Ohio Kuhlman, Robert J. - 1617 W. Main Cross, Findlay, O. Kuhlman, Steven R. - 326 Edith Ave., Findlay, Ohio Kuhn, Richard D. - 109 N. Sandusky, Tiffin, Ohio Kyle, John M. - sa s. Main, Cedarville, Ohio Kownatzky, Ruth - 908 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Koehler, Josephine 3 210 Greenlawn, Findlay, Ohio L Lane, David O. -- 220 N. Stanwood Rd., Bexley, O. Lane, James E. - 29969 Robert, Wicklifie, Ohio Lanning, William F. - Box 182, Benton Ridge, Ohio Lantz, Dave L. - 229 Hardin, Findlay, Ohio Lantz, Neil K. - 239 Scioto, Urbana, Ohio Lantz, James E. - 360 Royal Forest, Columbus, O. Larson, J. Arthur - 1925 Del Monte Dr., Findlay, O. Lash, Benjamin M. - 104 Second, W. Newton, Pa. Lawler, Donald W. - 2314 N. Main, Decatur, Ill. Lazza, Carolyn R. - Wharton, Ohio Leal, Jose 4 310 Cherry, Findlay, Ohio Lear, Joseph L. - 1520 Williams, Findlay, Ohio Lear, Thomas W. - 109 Trenton, Findlay, Ohio LeBel, Charles E. - 2518 N. W. Blvd., Columbus, O. Lee, Marvin -- 629 W. Findlay, Carey, Ohio Leech, Richard A. - 372 W. Sixth, Mansfield, O. Lehman, Daniel J. W R. 4, Box 165, Celina, Ohio LeMasters, Michael J. - Route 1, Fostoria, Ohio Lenear, Theodore M. - 829 Fountain, Troy, Ohio Leslie, Frank R. - 1001 Bernard, Findlay, Ohio Leslie, Ronald L. - 2124 Freeport Rd., Natrona Hts., Pa. Lessing, Roy - 140 Trenton, Findlay, Ohio Letizia, Richard L. - 949 Paxford Pl., Mansfield, O. Lewis, Keith H. - Route 2, Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lieberman, Anthony Z. - 246 Wiltshire Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. Lind, Henry J. - 522 N. Main, Fostoria, Ohio Lockwood, David I-I. - 192 Richmond, Painesville, O. Long, Bonita L. - R. 2, Box 547, Altoona, Pa. Lora, Josephine M. - 119 Fairlawn Pl., Findlay, O. Loughley, William A. -- Route 2, Carey, Ohio Loveridge, James M. -- 424 H St., Findlay, Ohio Luedekcr, Wemer W. - 3996 Germania, Cincinnati, O. Lunn, Larry M. - 904 Crystal, Findlay, Ohio Lupino, Loretta C. - 158 Harrison, Hasbrouck, N. J. Lyons, William C. - 1843 Glenmount, Akron, Ohio M McClain, LeRoy D. - 3668 E. 154 St., Cleveland, O. McClain, Thomas J. - Box 208, Christiansburg, Ohio McCord, J. Earl - 1064 McKinley, Fremont, Ohio McCormack, Betty - Box 193, Bloomdale, Ohio McCullough, Harold - N. Church, McComb, Ohio McDaniel, John R. - 120 Hancock, Findlay, Ohio McDoug1e, Larry G. - Route 1, Rawson, Ohio McGee, Stcve W. - 737 Femwood, Toledo, Ohio Mclntosh, James L. - E. Bigelow, Findlay, Ohio McKibbin, James A. - Route 1, Warsaw, Ind. McMa.hon, Marjorie A. - 303 Clifton, Findlay, Ohio McMillin, Judy K. - Box B2, Stone Creek, Ohio McPherson, Michael L. - 116 Shinkle, Findlay, Ohio Macaluso, Richard T. - 9408 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg, O. Maerlender, W. R. - 351 Cornwall Rd., Rocky River, O. Maerlcnder, Henry - 351 Comwall Rd., Rocky River, O. Magoon, Margaret - 416 College, Findlay, Ohio Malcolm, Cynthia A. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Malcolm, Sondra - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Manley, A. Jcflerson - Route 2, Ohio City, Ohio Marquart, Donald E. - 933 Central, Findlay, Ohio Marquart, Marie L. - R. 1, Box 127, Arlington, O. Marquart, Ross D. -- Box 153, Jenera, Ohio Marsh, Joseph C. - 25 Blossom Circle, Rochester, N. Y. Marshall, Floyd G. - 328 S. Main, Burgettstown, Pa. Marshall, John - 301 Orchard Lane, Findlay, O. Martelli, Joseph S. - 400 Rosewood, Findlay, Ohio Martin, E. Allen - Route 1, Pone Lane, Pa. Martin, Richard W. - Route 6, Defiance, Ohio Martin, Ronald D. - 322 Garfield, Findlay, Ohio Martin, Shirley A. - 521 Ralston, Defiance, Ohio Martz, Ronald L. - 5811 Covington Rd., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Marvich, Edward M. - Route 2, Williamsburg, Pa. Mason, Harold P. -- Masters, Raymond - 713 Canterbury Dr., Findlay, O. Matz, Gerald E. - 162 E. Fremont, Fostoria, O. Mazey, Glee C. -v Route 1, Cortland, Ohio Meek, Douglas - 601 E. Cannal, Troy, Ohio Mehl, Marcia G. -- 801 Filth, Findlay, Ohio Menaik, Richard L. - Main St., Sag Harbor, N. Y. Mertz, Wayne - 422 Third, Findlay, Ohio Metz, Theodora - 345 S. Thomas, Ottawa, Ohio Metzger, Bruce A. - 2050 Swatara, Harrisburg, Pa. Meyer, Carl R. - 102 E. Broadway, N. Baltimore, O. Meyer, Dale L. - 30040 Pettibone Rd., Solon, O. Meyers, Barbara A. - Indian Head, Pa. Mickley, John E. - 217 Pine, Mt. Vernon, Ohio Middleton, Joseph C. - Eighth St., Philipsburg, Pa. Middleton, Nancy L. - 904 Cory, Fostoria, Ohio Mihaly, Gregory M. - 109 W. Filbert, E. Rochester, N. Y. Miley, Charles - 430 Glessner, Findlay, Ohio Miller, Ann F. - 346 W. High, Fostoria, Ohio Miller, Arthur L. - 346 W. High, Fostoria, Ohio Miller, Cyril J. - Route 1, Ottawa, Ohio Miller, Charles E. - 1508 Crystal, Findlay, Ohio Miller, Gary - 240 E. Crocker, Fostoria, Ohio Miller, James A. - Indian Head, Pa. Miller, Jan - Route 5, Columbia City, Ind. Miller, Kenneth A. - Route 3, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Miller, Leland L. -- Route 2, Convoy, Ohio Miller, Leslie L. - 1049 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Miller, Robert - 631 I-Iull, Findlay, Ohio Milligan, Rebecca - 333 Burley, Crooksville, Ohio Millon, Zella A. - 1617 Fostoria Rd., Findlay, O. Millon, Robert - 1617 Fostoria Rd., Findlay, O. Misamore, Kay L. - Route 4, Findlay, Ohio Misamore, Von - 240 W. Pearl, Findlay, Ohio Mitchell, David E. - 115 Highland Dr., Findlay, O. Mitchell, Jerry 1. - 10515 Olivet, Cleveland, O. Mizsak, Wayne F. - 426 N. Zane Hwy., Martins Ferry, O. Monaghan, Thomas J. - 1419 McKinley, Sandusky, Ohio Montgomery, Robert - 285 S. Davis, Columbus, Ohio Moore, Margaret - 410 College, Findlay, Ohio Moore, Nancy J. - 4-10 College, Findlay, Ohio Moore, Sue A. - Route 1, Arcadia, Ohio Morgan, Edythc - 842 Liberty, Findlay, Ohio Morman, Larry D. - 404 W. Third, Ottawa, Ohio Morris Martha A - Route 1, Venedocia, Ohio Morse: Thomas - 5375 Winona Dr., Toledo, Ohio Moss, James W. -- 148 Garlield, Findlay, Ohio 'Moss, Darlene K. - 1045 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Movens, Marianne J. - 6002 Alber, Pamia, Ohio Moyer, Samuel C. - Route 2, Findlay, Ohio Mueller, William E. -- 806 Ohio, Brackenridge, Pa. Mueller, Edward - Route 2, Bloomville, Ohio Mullen, John E. - 1944 W. 36 St., Erie, Pa. Mumma, Michael - 105 W. Main, Mount Joy, Pa. Mumy, David L. - 106 N. Tarr, N. Baltimore, O. Musgrave, William N.- 832 Wedgewood Dr., Findlay, O. Myers, Donald R. - 823 Seabright, Martins Ferry, O. Myers, Jon A. - Route 1, Cygnet, Ohio Myers, William P. - 317 W. Main, Leipsic, Ohio N Nara, Eugene N. - 302 Frazer, Findlay, Ohio Nash, Thomas D. - 1053 Vincent, Findlay, Ohio Navarre, Judith J. - 6604 W. 3rd., Monroe, Mich. Newell, William A. - 1708 W. Monroe, Sandusky, O. Newland, Charles - 710 Trenton, Findlay, Ohio Newman, Terry R. - R. 1, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Newmyer, Louise E. - 74 Mills Rd., Plymouth, O. Nichols, Delmar L. - 441 Eben, Findlay, Ohio Nichols, Dwight A. - 323 N. Main, Columbus Grove, O. Nickas, Marcella D. - 140 W. Hobart, Findlay, Ohio Nickerson, L. J. -A 1331 Crystal Rd., Crystal, Mich. Niedcrhauser, Don - 243 Ely, Findlay, Ohio Niese, Charlotte - R. 2, Leipsic, Ohio Niswander, Larry V. - 223 E. Wallace, Findlay, O. Norden, John H. - 209 Elm, Findlay, Ohio Norden, Margaret A. - 209 Elm, Findlay, Ohio Norris, Robert D. - Liberty High Rd., Rudolph Wood, O. Northcott, Richard - 2015 Brookside Dr., Findlay, O. Nusser, Margaret - 707 McManness, Findlay, O. O O'Brien, Larry W. - 5962 Westacre, Toledo, Ohio O'Brien, Robert M. - R. 2, Tiffin, Ohio Oelberg, Trenton P. - 1615 Eastview Dr., Findlay, O. Omlor, Gerry L. - Box 253, Bascom, Ohio Orwick, Roger F. - R. 1, McComb, Ohio Orwick, Shirley J. - 223 E. Main, McComb, Ohio Oestreich, Sharon K. - Gilbert Rd., Luckey, Ohio P Packer, John E. - 616 S. West, Findlay, Ohio Paetznick, Richard J. - 222 E. Rcnnslaer, Bucyrus, O. Palmieri, Anthony - 11201 Mt. Overlook, Cleveland, O. Parsons, Marilyn E. - B38 Ninth, Brackenridge, Pa. Patterson, Dennis L. - 117 Hancock, Findlay, Ohio Patterson, Eunice - 117 Hancock, Findlay, Ohio Paule, James J. - 2608 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Paulmeier, Alois M. - 1826 Rialto, Pittsburgh, Pa. Perkey, Norman R. - 425 Monroe, Findlay, Ohio Perkins, H. Eileen - 500 G St., Findlay, Ohio Perrott, Peter E. - 1319 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Pesscll, Fred R. - Arcadia, Ohio Petrak, Margaret R. -- 1500 Crystal, Findlay, Ohio Pevcr, Marilyn K. - Box 195, Wharton, Ohio Pfeiffer, David - 310 Greenlawn, Findlay, Ohio Phillips, Nancy - 834 Liberty, Findlay, Ohio Phillips, Wallace - 857 Hurd Ave., Findlay, Ohio Pickens, Donald W. - Box 97, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Pickerel, Randolph - Cherry St., Millbury, Ohio Pickett, James E. - Wharton, Ohio Plesec, Mark A. - R. R. 2, Findlay, Ohio Pletcher, Betty L. - Indian Head, Pennsylvania Plyler, Alan L. - 915 Mercer Road, Franklin, O. Podgurski, Carol L. - Dock Road, No. Madison, Ohio Pollitt, Margie K. - R. R. 2, Elida, Ohio Pond, Richard L. - R. R. 1, Palmetto, Florida Poole, Gerschom - 349 E. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Poole, Pete J. - 2036 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Poole, Susan L. -- 2036 S. Main, Findlay, Ohio Porte Jerry L - Box 307, R. R. 1, Cattlesburg, Kentucky r, . Porter, Larry E. - Post, John - 201 E. Lima, Findlay, Ohio Potter, Janice A. - 345 E. Summit, Galion, Ohio Powell, George H. - Powell, Marcia A. - 840 Washington, Findlay, Ohio 840 Washington, Findlay, Ohio Powell, Ned T. - Prescott, John S. - Preston, George C. Price, Sharon E. - Pruitt, William R. Purcell, Charles N. Purcell, Marilyn E. Putnam, Gordon S. Pyle, Rodney D. - Q Qasim, Hary -- 116 Qasim, Mohammad R Rader, Ellis J. - 83 Rader, Ronald E. - Rainforth, Robert E. - Ramsey, William L. Randolph, Patricia - Rapparlie, Evelyn B. Ream, Larry R. - 1 211 Center, Findlay, Ohio - R. R. 3, Forest, Ohio 6309 N. Third, No. Baltimore, O. - 189 W. Main, Shelby, Ohio -- 315 Lima, Findlay, Ohio - 315 Lima, Findlay, Ohio - 355 Mona Lane, Findlay, Ohio N. Main, Findlay, Ohio - 116 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio 3 S. Cory, Findlay, Ohio 215 East, No. Baltimore, Ohio 1039 Jefferson, McKcesport, Pa. - 910 Leonard, Fostoria, Ohio 475 Sixth, Toledo, Ohio 233 Poplar, Toledo, Ohio - 510 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio 21 North, Wayne, Ohio Rectorschek, T. A. - 1617 Kingswood Dr., Findlay, O. Redick, Phyllis J. - 1314 S. Blanchard, Findlay, O. Reed, Carol J. - 627 G. Street, Findlay, Ohio Reen, Richard W. -- 1200 Broadview, Natrona Hts., Pa. Reigle, Larry F. - S. Main St., Arlington, Ohio Repp, James - 317 Lexington, Findlay, Ohio Rettig, B. Diane '- R. R. 1, Arlington, Ohio Rettig, Charlotte E. -- R. R. 1, Arlington, Ohio Rettig, Duane A. - R. R. 1, Arlington, Ohio Rettig, Earl A. - Rex, James H. - 5233 Fern Dr., Toledo, Ohio Rexroad, Carol - Forest, Ohio Reynolds, Helen - 24 W. Emerson, Fairbom, Ohio Reynolds, William C. - 209 Huron Road, Findlay, Ohio Rhoad, William C. - 923 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Rhodes, Diane L. - 5276 W. 48th, Parma, Ohio Rice, Dee D. - P.O. Box 17, Elgin, Ohio Rich, John L. - 1020 W. Sutter, Glenshaw, Pa. Richards, Lewis E. - 430 E. Court, Urbana, Ohio Richcreek, Mark W. - 902 Brandt, New Cumberland, Pa. Ricketts, Marvin K. -- 2801 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Rider, Dennis G. - R. D. 1, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Riley, Paul A. - 304- Cherry, Roaring Spring, Pa. Risser, Michael P. - 207 E. Pine, Findlay, Ohio Ritchey, Kenneth L. - R. D. l, Box 229, Martinsburg, Pa. Roberts, Donald R. - Route 3, Findlay, Ohio Roberts, Ralph J. - 6400 S. O. M. Center, Solon, O. Robinson, Ernest E. - 151 Walnut, Sewickley, Pa. Robinson, Lois P. - 383 Third, Findlay, Ohio Robinson, William E. - 2144- Stearns, Cleveland, O. Rockey, Marlin L. - R. R. 1, Clare, Michigan Romiclt, jarnes E. -- G51 Cherry, Findlay, Ohio Romstatlt, William J. - 125 Laquineo, Findlay, Ohio Rose, Carolyn S. - R. F. D., jackson Center, jackson Center, Ohio Rose, John - 4124 E. Lima, Findlay, Ohio Rose, Mildred - 514 Barnett, Findlay, Ohio Rose, Roderic L. - R. F. D., jackson Center, Jackson Center, Ohio Rose, Sandra L. - 2-il E. Pearl, Findlay, Ohio Rossrnrtn, Raymond L. - R. R. 1, Jcnera, Ohio Rothlisbergcr, Barbara L. - R. F. D. -1, Upper Sandusky, 0. Rothrock, Marion L. -- R. D. 1, West Decatur, Pa. Rothrnclt, Robert H. - Wallaceton, Penna. Rulmlaitus, John M. - 716 Oregon, Toledo, Ohio Ruscilli, Louis J. - 2574 Vanderberg, Columlaus, O. Russell, Trcvn L. - Box 14, Stillwater, Ohio Russell, William R. W 2409 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Rutkowski. Bernard - 3207 Buffalo, Wesleyville, Pa. Rutter, David A. - 241 East Elm, Deshler, Ohio S Sztckett, L. Fred - 327 N. Robinson, Sclionlcraft, Mich. Salisbury, Charlotte - 2626 Guld0111'0d. Findlay, 01150 salismn-y, jerry' J, - -134 Edith, Findlay, ohio Samloff, Andrew A. - R. D. 3, Burgettstown, Pa. Sanders, Richard T. - HOG Fernwoutl, Toledo, Ohio Sasse, Clarnnell G. - R. R. 2, Findlay, ohio Sausser, Diane - 721 Fishlock, Findlay, Ohio Savage, Leo V. - 759 Gill, liiarinn, Ohio Street, jill E. - 7857 Oakhurst, Erecksvillc, O. Strouse, C. Michael - R. R. 1, Fostoria, Ohio Swaclter, F. W. - 120 Blue Bonnet, Findlay, Ohio Swacker, Ruth R. - 120 Blue Bonnet, Findlay, Ohio Swartz, Darla L. - 1-102 N. Union, Fostoria, Ohio Swisher, Marilyn M. - 21 1 Marshall, Findlay, Ohio T Tanncur, Noel C. - 513 S. Tslain St., Findlay, Ohio Tantari, Judith - 615 Buffalo, Conncaut, Ohio Tate, James M. - 340 Frazer, Findlay, Ohio Teelcrs, Philip - 8300 Willy Rd., Harrison, Ohio Tejan, Walter - 116 West Hobart, Findlay, Ohio Tewell, James H. - 5-10 Livingstown, Celina, Ohio Tholxe, David H, - RRI? 1, Minster, Ohio Thomas, John F. - Route 32, Box 51, Findlay, O. Thomas, Mary 1-I. - 1110 Fostoria Rd., Findlay, O. Thomas, Wayne E. - 932 E. Sandusky St., Findlay, O. Thompson, Dorotlia - 315 F.. McPherson, Findlay, Ohio Thompson, Hazel - 136 Northcliff Dr., Findlay, O. Thompson, William - 2564- Beaufort, Toledo, Ohio Thumma, Ira NI, - 511 VV. Simpson, Ivlechanicsburg, Pa. Tippic, William H. - -1901 9th St., Lorain, Ohio Trcccc, David K. - 1230 Madison Rd., Fostoria, O. Trott, Catherine - Box 72, Van Buren, Ohio Tucker, Jesse - 227 Findlay St., Fostoria, O. Tugglc, Willis - RR? 1, Larwill, Indiana Tull, Gaylord - RR? 2, Findlay, Ohio Tuntivess, Songwoot - Turelt, Joseph - 165 N. 10th, Connellsville, Pa. Tyner, Troi - 1229 Park Street, Findlay, Ohio U Scherk, Frederick - R. R. 2, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Schilic, Barry - 168 Qncl, Vlest Newton, Pa. Schmidt, Chan-les - 2610 N. Main, Findlay, Ohio Schncgg, Lewis E. - 2123 N. Zane Hwy., Martins Ferry, O. Schocttlicrgcr, E. D. -- R. R. 3, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Schoenliuerger, 1-1. E. -- R. R. 3, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Schrickcl, Lynn E. - 156 Woodland, Clyde, Ohio Schulz, Virginia M. - R. R. l, Pandora, Ohio Schumacher, Linda L. f 1022 Cory. Fintllay, Ohio Schwinn, Roy - 300 Blue Bonnet, Findlay, Ohio Scoby, Jack -- 212 E. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Scoby, Naomi M. - 522 VV, Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Scohy, Tom - 704- Tillin, Findlay, Ohio Umhenhauer, Suzanne -.113 Jenny Lane, Dayton, Ohio Urban, Allen V. - 250 Olive Street, Findlay, Ohio V Valaehck, Andrew J. - 2329 E, 29th, Lorain, Ohio Van Fleet, Jean - 411 Blue Bonnet, Findlay, Ohio Veiga, Fernando - Auala, Madrid, Spain Viseshakul, Som - 5017 Sixteenth, Yllasliington, D. C. Vystrcil, Charles - 159 Lincoln Blvd., Bedford, O. W Wagner, Mary F. - 511 Poplar, Leipsie, Ohio Waidmann, Robert M. -- 403 Howard St., Findlay, Ohio Wallace, Lee - 1105 Parkside Place, Findlay, O. Wallen, Mnrceline - Waller, Paul T. - 742 Cherry, Galion, Ohio Ward, Joyce A. - 1 18 W. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Ward, M. Palrittia - Box 38, Sycamore, Ohio Ward, Sharon - 118 W. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Scott, Wtzndolyn J. - I15 S. Pleasant, Oberlin, Ohio See, Jon M. - 713 E. 9th, Auburn, Indiana Seitz, Paul L. - Box 183, Benton Ridge, Ohio Senger, Willinm C. -9-19 West 30th, Erie, Pri. Shafer, Sharyl - Route 4, Bellciontaine, Ohio Shnnoclc, Gary K. - Route 3, Curlice, Ohio Shanltstcr, james F. - 510 Howard, Findlay, Ohio Shankstcr, Phyllis A. - 510 Howard, Findlay, Ohio Shaull, Laverne R. - -100 Rosewood. Findlay, Ohio Sheldon. Sharon J. - 329 Hancock, Findlay, Ohio Shellenbarger, M. R. -- Route 1, Arlington, Ohio Shelly, Oris D. - Box 104, Big Prairie, Ohio Shepherd, Douglas C. - 1737 Northheld, East Cleve., O. Shobcr, R. Philip - Box 357, Sycamore, Ohio Shockcy, David - 11701 Roosevelt, Middletown, Ohio Shonlz, Helen M. -- 301 First, Findlay, Ohio Shoop, Linda K. - 2030 W. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Showers, George M. -- Douglas Road, Vestaburg, Mich. Shrider, Patricia D. - Silver, Robert J. - 10212 Sophia, Cleveland, Ohio Simon, Sonya E. - 303 Elizabeth, Findlay, Ohio Simonis, James '- R. R. 1, Carey, Ohio Vllarrcn, Robert A. - Box 247, North Hampton, Ohio Warren, Stephen - 1176 S. Waverly St., Columbus, O. Wasbro, Jack D. - 231 jefferson, Findlay, Ohio Wasserman, Jerry - 5507 Edgewater, Toledo, Ohio Weaver, C. Cmig - Weaver, Dorothy - 401 W. Sandusky St., Findlay, O. Webb, Penelope A. - RR? 3, Box 125, Forest, Ohio Webb, Thomas A. -- RR? 3, Box 58, Bowling Green, O. Webel, Dianne L. - 4113 E. Yeasting St., Gibsonburg, O. Weber, William R. - 912 Washington, Findlay, Ohio Wedding, Michael - nm: 1, Peoria, Ohio Wcising, Judy - 2004 N. Main St., Findlay, Ohio Weitz, Barbara J. -- 126 Prospect Ave., Findlay, Ohio Welling, Tina. J. - 5561 Fairwoocl Rd., Cinn. 39, Ohio Wells, Harry - Box 21, Arcadia, Ohio Welton, Pat - 811 Circle Dr., Findlay, Ohio Wendell, Max YV. - 4-15 W. Hardin, Findlay, Ohio Wemer, Gary G. - 2570 Dover Road, Westlake, Ohio Wesco, Gary L. - 2600 Brandt, Dayton, Ohio West, Anne S. - 958 S. West St., Findlay, Ohio West, Phillip L. - 508 Washington, Findlay, Ohio Wetherill, Harold E, - R. R. 3, Forest, Ohio Whisler, Linda L. - 224 Highland, Findlay, Ohio White, H. Brooks - Indian Head, Penna. White, John - indian Head, Penna. White, Louise M. - 210 Rector, Findlay, Ohio Whitis, llenc M. - 1911 Del Monte, Findlay, Ohio Whitis, Noel L. - 1911 Del Monte, Findlay, Ohio Whittington, R. W, - 1017 Nimick, Monaea, Penna. Widunas, George J. - Jesse Halsey Lane, Sag Harbor, New York Wilch, Sharon A. - 2-15 E. Hobart, Findlay, Ohio Wilcox, Larry W. - 109 Larltins, Findlay, Ohio Williams, Darrell L. - 129 Shinkle, Findlay, Ohio Simpson, Linda J. - 618 Cherry, Findlay, Ohio Sink, Jeanne - i614 Eastview Dr., Findlay, O. Sink, Jerry D. - 930 Summit, Findlay, Ohio Sito, Robert L. - 243 S. Portland, Bryan, Ohio Smith, David G. - 1727 Westview, Findlay, Ohio Smith, Mark D. - Box 97, McDuH'y, Ohio Smith, Mona - 1030 Selby, Findlay, Ohio Smith, Richard A, - fl-528 North Haven, Toledo, Ohio- Smith, Ruth J. - Forest, Ohio Smith, Sheila K, - 411 Cherry, Findlay, Ohio Smith, Sylvia L. - R. R. l, Alexandria, Ohio Smith, Shirley - 327 Allen, Findlay, Ohio Snythc, Michael R. - 2364- Hollywood, Toledo, Ohio Snyder, Donald E. - 418 Baldwin, Findlay, Ohio Snyder, Edith - 1650 Eastview, Findlay, Ohio Snyder, Gary H. - 401 Adams, West Newton, Ohio Snyder, Gene C. - Arcadia, Ohio Snyder, Pamela L. - 631 Lincolnshire, Findlay, Ohio Snyder, Paula L. - 631 Lincolnshire, Findlay, Ohio Snyder, William - 336 Water, Pembervillc, Ohio Sparr, Dcanne - 112'1- Hurd, Findlay, Ohio Specs, Larry - 224 E. Lincoln, Findlay, Ohio Spencer, Edward C. - Lake Shawnee, Wharton, New Jersey Spicer, Larry A. - R. D, I, LaGrange, Ohio Spitler, Helen 1v1. -- 315 S. liiain, lVIcComh, Ohio Sprink, Barry L. 4 10815 Lucas, Whitehouse, Ohio Srodes, Carol S. - 900 E. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio Stacy, Ronald R. - R. R. 1, Findlay, Ohio Staller, Joyce - 815 N. Cory, Findlay, Ohio Staniicld, john 1-1. - 924- Bernard, Findlay, Ohio Stanlield, Wayne - R. R. 5, Findlay, Ohio Stang, Charles M, - Zelienople, Penna. 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