Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS)

 - Class of 1978

Page 1 of 88

 

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1978 Edition, Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1978 volume:

Lg- Apathy Kansas Ccchnical Institute Scanlan ,Avenue Salina, Kansas I 9 7 7 -I 9 7 8 Who Cares Student L'ife ,fldrninistrntien Students Organizdtiens Sports Advertisements Cable Uf Hentents ' w Ll F E Zvnsvrtium Dance The two Consortium dances held by KTI, Marymount, and Kansas Wesleyan were well attended by Kansas Teachers. The Fall Con- sortium dance was held on Sep- tember 8 at the Lampliter with a live band, "The Exceptions" providing the entertainment. The Spring Consortium dance was a disco held on January 31 at the Marymount Ballroom . Mary KTI students enjoyed at- tending the Consortium dances because they were a good way to meet other college students in the area. get . M-rt s s,a""!I,,f' rw , 'siif :.: L h rb- u 'av,,.. 5 gi 'J 'jg .gf-we - - We -I Aff: 6 as-fu . iq, Q lrssmvamus ivan! ' SESS., ,,,,.,.,,.N - Sm 3's Company. The gang's all here . Don makes his move . May I have this dance? IIBIGII E IILOWII Dorm life Dorm life - What's it like? What happened? Well, the resi- dents didn't care . They studied, watched TV, played cards. They had parties, snowball fights, dorm meetings and deep discussions . Someone even had a company re- presentative come in and discuss apartment furnishings. A new ad- dition to the TV Lounge was the 10 worst TV commercials chart. And a new edition of the fire code was the hot issue . Supervising these events were: Dorm Director, Galen Wiles and Resident Assistants, Jim Bigelow and Mike Hower. Donn life? Well, it was like life anywhere else, but zanier. lt was a home without the rules - anything went lalmost! Q What's apathy? They didn't know - they were too busy studying, watching TV, playing cards . . . 'Ill -as ...N- sllvlrbewv P-M, ,.f, .-y 1 . A gala Sunday afternoon in the T.V. Lounge. 2. A typically exciting week- end at the KTI Dorm. 3. A student relaxes with his music. "The is the Life!" 4. Doing it the Hard way! Climbing the stairs normally is too easy for KTI Students . Off 6auf1,vu fxgx Y . W .MAVVU .. 'va 4? r M" f yi, ae if I, , V GIVE! WMA A 49-1 J.. -1-... 0" A ,,,,'..,,L M . , 1 rn- va, - , " ' 1 - - -yf?f"'f'7 f , ' A ' ' W n ' LQ! ' f vw- - M if ,- f , ' " - ' ' , 4- .. ,.: nz,-, t . - . ww -. ,. ,di :E ., , .. 'v , ,,- 4 ,f Y. 1 . , ,wa . ' , LQ' x ,I 1 x Q ,Cf f V, M4 A ni X , - V ,A , , I ,W ,f f',,,z.,,, . V .. x 'gf -va-frm 1-1,L'44.f. 'E gag, , ', - ,4 1, Y, . f gffp ,A ..,. ' fr , p ., , W , ,fgffv-V .1Y.f!ff7,,,f:"fY"w-- tl X M., '- my ff -f:Q.3,'1 1 f 'ff f. f ,, 5 W fy , ,ff i,Wg 13,?g4Tf',1: : j ' V Q4 "' ' ff W W, , . , .Ut , H V V, IV " -" - X VW: ' . - ' - "" ' -1, ill, 4 f, '.,,41f'Qw'J- " 0,74 V ,V , My 'gg - - -.1 , , W , V ,'f' :L . ,.. ..,,1, - . - td I if if n 0 Q A Q 4 .T 1 fa 'Hx . ,. ,,,,, 4 "" .v aw ., ,.:.,,?4i:w:i A ,, . 3 5'--...I A 1 MN -,..,,,m W' 422 , .J ' 2 " ' ' 11'- - 5 3 :5 15: -4, . I Nth- Q. f 5 QQ, sig? ' 2 1 . Ron has his ups and downs. 2 What's wrong with this picture? Mikey makes his move . 4. The long road home . 5. Direct I-lit! emi hfrmal The Semi Formal had a lower attendance than was expected for the SGA sponsored event. However those who did attend enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner, followed by a dance . The music for the dance was provided by the band, ' 'justice" . The Semi Formal was held at the Holiday Inn on April 14. 1 . Sure wish the band wasn't on break. 2. Where did my hubby go now? 3. Where are you going? 4. Around and around she goes, where she stops nobody knows. 5. Bill sets out to break the world high jump record, you light weight. 6. May I have this dance ? Spring 0 ympic KTI students had two chances to attend the Olympics. The Olym- pics were schedualed for May 6, at Milford lake . Due to the con- tinuous downpour, the event was postponed for a week. The Olym- pics were held at Lakewood Park in Salina, on May 13, a warm sunny day. Although the atten- dance was low, there was still plenty of action during the Olym- pic games. Electronics proved to be the most active , for they won the traveling trophy for the most points scored during the games. Q...- 'Q ,,.T5 2345 'Fil L-. Q 'iw IW Vinci! wr, pg My , 1 5, X W-mf f P ' 4 " 'w ,, ,fix 4 'iw' -25 31, us, ,. t ,-A , , ,. ,. , , ,, h a, ". .v 532- -, "-r- 955 . ' ' 42 'Cir' , 7 ' " .'g's-x',,g:A ' 4,-ff' fc su aff- f- ., W ,. .4 .,,,:6,: '.,...., I ,L H 4. sg, N . -.31 ,. wr ggi-u. I r si x gf - -P.. -,g.L2f!.sA r, ... . 7 J., . V -'- 2 fin 4 "- ' v 5 -gf - 4-ve .-, ,,- - W, y.. g..,, ,,,, ,1,- Q-T . :A- 14 ,144 .', ,A-A,-Qslwr 14" , '-r - ' ff-3: :" 1 . t., - ,., -ff 4?-' -in-Ct. 315- .K -.:""f-G. - 1' 'T' v - gf " 4 'H I . - , Q : '-A 1.3 ,H-Q. ,tw . -5 'A -" 'S F? 5-:..' 4 iff- fi'- 1' ' 1- - 'E-9' 4'-, -, 'gig' 'fa ':..QzZ.' '57-Y. gf' . ' , D , 'A . , . ' , AL ,. AELNWK 4, F , ,A . , . , , -,,da-,S I A , f-,,a'.," " .' -'- fm-i 4: 5" "Z"fj'- ., "' - U?-1'f5iF za. -1,4 . V ,l all 51?-.-"' gi AV LQ: . O . 5 -1 "t l n ' oi L may mu. , Ji . 'fa Q..- ,-.... . - mf aw-Ha, ' " -V ,W 6 yr .4 V ,l ,V isa., ,f ,Y A 1, .KM A I I - .Q-xv Jf, 1'-." l -" ?1,A.+f M 1-Ulffzf 4 -'W sr, f deluge? f .9 f, if K , 6 , gf Y.,xf,3w- i ' 'x s.. ., .1 I 1 fig ,4txf4w,ff lt, " . H ,if 1 .4 -1-J, v M I Q , Q 1, , ' ' . ww. ,Q 1 ',,,.f,, ,,. V-,f , " WU., ,I 2- . 't , ,uhm 2 ff' .' 4 . f M, t 1' 'wa ' , 'as 2 A My - .1 , H ,All 'Y gf f Hy? "Z,-"Ui" ,, if , ,,,IaV,.?gE4!zW 2, kv ,,.-,,mp,.lg1.1,.A . X, 4 , 1 QV W .Q .I-V I, , ., ' W 44174, 'W s ev G- V 1 V, by . 3 gil., X s . ,. ,, ,,, , xi. vw ' . . , ' 1 ' ' I ' ' .M . " ff' nuff ,fi ,VL M. ,Vs 'fix ,sf t.-1. ,J 1.3, 65? r H. 4 I I I 'vffzf ' 4" ff- 255115.-A iff 1 4 4 , A' 1 .. s F: ,wi ,X 'lx iff.. v5'g4ggagfgzw: z f.. 6 avi? fx f?a5Q".t:??,,' iid! 4. L. ., f5 ?'f":.n . 1 ,Q .fF4f"?' 751' , .4 - A" J 55,5 5" 1 4 Q X - sate. s J .V ' ' .4 ' 'H ' NN, K' ' A, .Vg QA... 5- ' Pia' ' '.. 'f' , . 1 , V 'An . U - , , I , I. iq .4 . ,- Y N HQQQKZ. ,, fx' , V -N-...N Aw - if 551 ,1 1' ill! , , J"f'4'vk..,. , r X - . . VBXM4. ,, ,l P' . 'btlrwggi-'ir -1. I . J.. V Aidan. p if " 4 , W. -"qt fa 1. "Where isthefood?" "1 41 2rr'1..f'.4Wf' ff2Z'2'+ ' if ix M i V though you were bringing it. " 2. it I, y " l d1dn't use my deoderant today I A f A 4 and I may not use it tomorrow. 3. y, Up, Up, and away. 4. Reggie jackson, eat your heart out. 5. Third place is not bad, but there are only three teams. 6. This is an EGGciting race . 7. Hope the rope doesn't break. 8. Those poor cans. 9. Oops! to 1 If 1 J -K 13 'WM I '44 V 'E :W . EEF . 'A do :K if . fl 4 4 Parent-,4 lumni Day The day, Oct. 29, started with a coffee hour hosted by President Creech for students, parents, and alumni. Also, during the after- noon there were tours of the de- pamnents. Electronics was judged the winner of the traveling trophy for best department. Next came the highlight of the afternoon, "The Great Egg Race" . The day's events concluded that even- ing with the Parent-Alumni Ban- quet. 1. M:mmMm:mGood. 2. Another exciting speech by Dennis. 3. No, 1 don't do windows. 4. On your mark, get set, Go! Over spring break a few KTI students took advantage of the week off, and spent a few days on the stmny slopes of Colorado. One KTI student went on the Consor- tium Uip, while ., some went with groups from other organizations, and some went on trips planned with friends . However they got there, they all had a good time in the sun and snow. 1 . Fresh air and Colorado sun- shine. 2. Where did we park the car? 3 . Skier Bill Clawson after a long day on the slopes. 'C fflalw 51-X V Zifjir E Wm 1 X l .601 0 KNAW' S? gy -211, X1 ., X N: qu-'-9.9951 QQ YJ DAQQQBQQ Q5 xx"-12 no 0' x - -. org, 'rdf'-if . C- O f ' ,. L j -fa qnxe, , -Q -I if '27-9 5- . - sity, Q ., .i.?f73?s'i'.".- . 312- ' Q , Q 1'-.xrf-1.-"',' .'iTg-1,- I 'QS Ss: 1 r . . .n . I .. ' O 'lu I U' D ' ,' . 's r- Q 'f- " ' 00 'lux' cj u W Q 0 0 xx vqllvm 0 N QQ.-s , f, if .j l , xlw V", X! ., .. O., - , . -Q mf.-. ., Ma r k Q ' u . A f , .55 'Qtr - D QQ. .12 -D. i- O Xml ,I-Uk ' - ' fy 'ULF Q f h .0 Q Q '- xx U og ig s. -pn .2 4, ' . v 4' R N. - v:g,i.,n.0. A G 1 3 Q . Y.: . X ' n ', 0 .L . 1- ' fff' ' " 'f. M - . rr 46 ' ' 'ig RN - SSW! 1 5 Disco Dance On March 10th the American Legion Dance Hall was filled with many KTI students and guests en- joying the sights and sounds of the ' 'Town Squad Music Machine' ' . The disco had once been sched- uled for Valentine's Day, but due to the apathetic Kansas weather which dumped a foot of snow on Salina, the dance was postponed. So by the time March 10th rolled around, everyone was more than ready for the great disco and light show. i-ff ' S 1. KT1's own Ron "Dr, Love" Zimmerman. 2. "Ah, Why Not?" 3. Quieter Monuments 4. "Come on, 1et's dance!" 5. dance, dance, dance 4,3 3? E N ,MMV Nz S W' Hvmmencemeut On May 21 , 1978, 56 students entered the Comsmunity Center as KTI Seniors. Shortly after the Commencement address given by Ed Macy, a 1968 graduate of KT1 the status of the 56 students changed from senior to GRA- DUATE. an 3 ' 'V' 1 . Uncle Don gets congratulated with a cookie. 2. I did it! 3. Proud relatives and friends gather around. 4. Typical KTI grad. 5. The KTI Class of 1978. F., 4 6 ,EM -... 'H-Q y x N09- HH Pu .QR , ,. . ,f iliime 21.422 Nj C. W '- .se - '12:L.2'.'-"Dyes 1 .v,,A' 3 A,-,: x 5 1 ?33E,1il"' ,, , -K1 if -,ff 'Zv',g,.1,-.sv 1 9 fn. 2 N4-., , lx 'F :wh I .U ,ff 0, 949 I pfle. .,.r 35939 ,Qt .g-I 0 , .Q-:j 0'1- .1 Admini tration Q 1 Z L 9 'K ,5.:...,M maimed!! V 2 -j :,7'1QgQ,1 V f'i"lQfg Vfff' KV? Pain 51 V ? 73" 1 ,I gf fjj. ,fr 4.13, V' J24,i,2:f, 1 ., lffifufi 4 Y, x ,af f,.w,,::L ' Ru :SQ-232 ia.. V V 'Q-'ff-, 4. , ar. .ff ' If M-- 1. Christine Dunlap, Reception- ist. 2. Sandy Smith, Secretary Student Services, Herb Petracek, Dean of Student Services, Carol Wilson, Public Affairs and Admis- sions Secretaryg Linda McCall, Assistant Dean of Public Affairs . 3. Gail Edwards, Accountant, Frank Gray, Director of Oper- ational Affairs, Janelle Magnuson Rohr, Account Clerk. 4. Eleen Owen, Librarian, Irene Hamilton, Library Clerk. 5. President Thomas F. Creech, Kathleen Sloan, Sec- retary to the President. 6. Lyle English, Assistant Dean of Admis- sions, Karlene Propst, Academic Secretary, Don Buchwald, Assis- tant Dean, john Mahan, Aca- demic Dean. X at i -J 3 X1 .A if m ' A 5 3 w ,Q it .E l 5' A . .A .4,. we il A S , wg wiv vi 1 , 225' , f. . Y if . i GMA, . W - 1 i - yyya c t 1 Ki Q V .Q , 2 Q L .i 4.18, u,-A . N,-If I s ak x , ,W pi ,Jw , Lv-f 'f' ' 'Hm- RJ 1 . Buz Baer, ET Instructor, Larry Farmer, ET Professor, Melanie Armbrister, ET Secretary, 2. Gary Finn, Civil Professor, Dennis Shreves, Civil Asst. Prof., Angie Vanderbilt, Civil Secretary, Don Herman, Civil Asst. Prof, 3. William Powell, GT Professor, 4. Loren Phippen, Aero Instructor, Ken Barnard, Aero Prof. , Betty I-Ieikes, Aero Secretary, Les Blount, Aero Instructor, 5. Robert Bingham, GT Asst. Prof., Kath- leen Hazelwood, GT Secretary, Alana Biggs, GT Instructor, Bob I-Iomolka, GT Asst. Prof., 6. William Sanders, Mech. Prof. , Angie Vanderbilt, Mech Secre- tary, Mac Ashburn, Mech Prof. , 7. Jerome Hill, CP Asst Prof. , Wanda Stewart, Computer Opera- tor, Melanie Armbrister, CP Sec- retary, Kearney Hill, CP Profes- sor, 8. Reinhart Schwemmer, GT Asst. Prof., Josephine Williams, GT Asst Prof . are if I 3 sf 6 1 , - V N2 ' M9 3 e 'lx i 3 i ...A 1 . George Kathary, Student Union Clerkg 2. Shirley Jensen, Book- store Managerg Louis Nutter, Stu- dentg 3. Mike Rodriquez, ET Stu- dent Teacherg 4. Ron Patrick and Joe Ricketts, ET Student Teach- ersg 5. KT1 Physical Plant. xl' Terri Allen., CP Dennis Baker, ET Rick Beets, SP john Biles , ET Kent Bishop, EV Reggie Boyd, CV Harold Brewer, EDP Merle Busenitz, AM +. M, ff E ,Wing 'f ' T - ' W 'fm ' I 35- 3 ' 'H 4 A ' 'f 3 N , V: , , f 3998 Ab "Who has the key?" 1099! AIKIKK5 WA UONS AM-Aviation Maintenance AT-Aeronautical Technology CV-Civil Engineering Technology CP-Computer Science Technology EDP-Electronic Data Processing ET-Electronic Engineering Technology EV-Environmental Protection Technology GT-General Engineering Technology MT-Mechanical Engineering Technology SPV-Special Student Dave Button, AT Steve Cassel, MT Daniel Cazier, AT we-47 Doug Chronister, ET joe Clark, ET Bill Clawson, AM Ewa 7 ,ff an " 4' ,. 'af -ff .0 ' 4 , msg am uhh 4 QM wiwa Dave Coots, ET Ron Currence , CP Eric Debrick, ET Steve Delaney, CP Vicki Depew, CP ., va Norman Dirks, AM Roger Dirks, ET fm Q 5 ' 'Home Away From Home' ' A M '- -4 5?"r. Z MQW 5355 ' W 52 X X KW' Ns-..auia'W"' I , "Go fish" Harold Elker, CP Brian Erdman, ET Mike Escubar, CP -'mst' Ron Faupel, AM Terri Forrester, ET Andrew Galloway, EV Mark Girvn, 'ET 3 Wx-.air Bill Gough, AM Kelly Green, CP Mike Haden, AM Dave Goodwin , SP Harold I-Iertlein, AM Allen Holle, MT Merl Johnston, CP "Gee, this ain't no fun!" Bruce Heinrich, ET Melvin Kejr, MT 2, ,Z F54 pig Cedric Kentzler, ET junita Klinzman, CV Jim Leiker, ET Kim Lewandowski, EDP jeff Lewis, SP Vincent Leung Kwok Wah, ET Paul Light, MT Hung Van Luong , CP David Lynch, ET WV xv 43 1 f 5 r 1 A 'k'1f'7?2 MQ fn.. ff' sz-3' cf., Wwmw-,wvwe 4444 .1 .4 . . . . Rod Mahoney, ET John Maloun, ET Roland Meaders, CV David Meneley, AM 1 K' 5 r J 9 A., Va'-EU, fa" Q J. m 6 r if 6 ' .3 U 6 ? 4 'Z f' f Z' J :- J 3 ' ef 5 .. A. A A I ,Awww K lL l Pete Marchbanks, ET Ron McWilliams, ET john Morris, ET George Muck, CV Tom Muck, AM Sam Neely, ET Alan Nelson, ET Jigm Nichols, EV ""2-':V'f- '4 rf' - W., . . I f X Q rg ,. 5' A l if Y X '?lgg.g..V x P. I Dave Nordhus, ET Jim Ort, ET -w51:55f:frz.Ve?5"z-i1:. .k.., ,M 'K . - s ' im Q- XX rzfrza: ,-'-I:a",2Q:e4::1.::: -:2::.Szx1.s"e2 'P X X 5 -,:iz:a,1z . V ww ww Vx M1 -. V, - 41.1.-ra' are P P - :Nea .mx .44::.,. Ex F?-P , S. ,xF3, E' r V, -4 3 , '- -- ' W-1' x'EZPTZIZE:1EEf:S7.E':7i: ,v ,Z .N , vw W A - V fa- ,:,: ..: - V..fv' ,: -,gm,:.-:-:.zg:- .V- PA S, 1 rfsfwfV:V:ff::Vq:r.?Ls'- Mme:-fm'-Swv. - V, ,- .,V.. ,mv s x 'S .,W.0g,.sff WV. X-:,,-g-. V, -1 1,- X . . , W WE? : 2 Q ,,,::,,1:. Y .1 ,.A.,.,,., . 'iw Vi, z .. X W., iikiigfgiui .JI igsg, 1 "Boogie Doum" Ken-y Retter, ET Pete Reyes, ET Herbert Parker, EDP Lynn Parker, ET James Roe , ET Dale Roecker, CP -1:22 Ji X X. ,lv G Steve Rooker , AM Gary RUPPQ Dan Rutz, MT Tom Shaffstall, CL Robert Shipe, EV jay D. Shippy., MT Dennis Simmons, ET Gordon Smith, AM Christine Sokal, MT vi, mwwfk .,.1..,,,Q, Philip Sol-cal, EV Regina Steinle, EDP Mark Stevens, 5, .4 EW 'x 3 "Qu Delwmlz Zrecch AM i i i eee f'Q"5"1"33h, "'Q L gg V If gif .,,,A 4 W-Z5 ,,,.', In Memory of QL i,,4 I Rory Tarn , GT I , 5 Y f Doan Tri Thuc , SP Mark Tuner, GT 0 f A 'ff erin-M John Ward , GT Kenneth Webster, ET Charles Weiland, CV Chris Wesley, MT Charles Wilkins, MT Steve Young, AM David Zom, MT """XvV7l5n x ' ., f Y 4 Q sm! Wfgwlnnw ' 'Wherelldo you plug it in at 4 J x - . A 5. 3? A Q 1,31 - fi . "Km 4: A 9, I' lj, ll N' , F an 'Wit r '55 ,, tl -M, Q. 9' . ffg. 6,0 " is . N 's o sz 3 4 , . 'Qs Q f" 1-, f 3 V , Q 2 ,R ,,, le., 'PS . 3- ,L as NK of' I, N has , WW' , 5 ., N. I A!! R K..-.Z.,5--f . ' pe Tp. Y lm. .N 49 I , . Ffwffml f Q fr ru-vw ' 2 i l 3 in F4 A. A a l enivr .. ,. WZ N ru Q' 'seg , A --:, ,, , . ,4,. 3 4 , A an v 'Rib . if' J 1 s ,A B ' 1, W ff in ..,. 1, - V X ss ss ss s lbw 1 J Q wf 1. x l ' ' X ,iv ,zfkw Bill Austin , ET R Gene Bates , ET ji Ri Michael Blaha , EV 41. An... L "Let's get these labs done! " Jaxx ' ' ' -" -Q31 7 odger Bailey, ET Les Brotten, CL Gordon Brovsm, CP m Begelow, CL chard Blanchard, CL mga I Mike Case , CV Frank Crowley , ET e 1 Margie Cunningham , EDP n A lc if 'f fl . 'fi , nn.-A-wfa1IlW" W f jyf ' ff: fW14'1l." -Y' 1112" ' ' ,,, . in sf .162-Q ' 'z 1. .1 V f..-,V cy' ,11ff'f' f,-ff ff"1e-Wpiffii' F' filxi' .NA . .521 ar.. Doug Curnutt, ET jay Dietrich, CP Del Dolisi, CP Gary Dunkel, ET jimxny Eaken, MT Brian Elder, CV Monty Friesen, ET Steve Gile , CV Alan Good, ET Dave Goodman, AT Steve Goodwin, CV Larry Haynes, ET 4 as hhhe as fir L Darrel Hoelscher, MT Charles Hopkins, CP Bob jeffrey, EV Mike Jokerst, CV Monty Leach, EV Harold Lewis, CP x L K ' 1 9 , f ' Ur Mike Hower, ET Bob Lambert, EV Greg Loehr, CP ll Chris Hrabe , EDP Rick Langley, CV Denise bong, CP L I parm ,,g,,,,o4P G war WWW QQ www W 4 ,Vx inf 'S Q 757. Q Daniel Longenberger, ET Matt McCain, ET jay Peterson, ET Susan Picking, EDP Dung Nguyen, CP Mike O'F1am1agan, MT jack Ostberg, MT Ron Patrick, CP ,mx - .. , 1562352551 ,QS X ff Q Y X Nw N ,, QQ Q' X N, :' K Z? A x -f 1 Q R Q x was X M 0 w 'X X 3 . 5 5 :1, 5,2 4 5: 3:55 , ' .11 fs, :Fifa , " N 333 15 1, 5 z. 5 " A a:..i xg A . . s , Q. - 355 5-fs -1 sf WEA? ' , - .' fl .,:i:g:Q' 2' A- , r N - 2 2.5 ' 'Z 4 G, Q 3- , 1 Q 'A :Q -N. Q ,,-,,, , ' EE " iss Iii 'l" - 4 Q .,hA .1.A:. . , "IL," .Q 1 f. L , w , lg . sl ,Ae - 3 9 , H 'N :sw is . A - ' 3 . " Sf 15- 5 Q R, 5 A Dave Powers, AM Don Purling, EDP joe Ricketts, ET Pablo Rivas, GT Duane egsegger, ET Lisa Sanford, CP Q x EL 9 , Q- f 55, ' ' ?fi'1 W, , Bruce Reith, ET Mike Rodriquez, ET Perry Reneberg, AT Alana Rortina, EV "Smile" Lowell Shafer, CP Mike Seaver, ET Herb Tucker, ET w i X KI 1' A ' 1 ' A Pat Schlageck, ET Russ Sclfunidt, ET Richard Scott, CV Nancy Shanahan, CV Ed Spriggs, MT Bob Symington, EV "Batter Up!" ?"5W'ffTQ2fQ1iff1 Y' ' V ' A 1?-j izz 324, 2 1 H H 1 J' 3 L. ', 1 .T T at ZH. 14. fy M 4' G vf:,.l.f. I , , g7f. .n.1fLllfA,Z.i', !,,Q-l' ,v ' y H, J V , xqffxi J' fb, 'wif T '1 V ajii. M 'kfU!4f?wf'f -I " T '9 " K 4., wfme T rs- n T -. X Q 'F + fe. W f" f-G 'iff " T l e'-ww' ,- f ' ' ' A ' 1 " v.,, A .Nts f X 5 ? x 1. -I 'En by I . l ,X Ut' u' , 1 , 'L 231' . , I I 'Y X 'We wa Vx, aw 'QW I : ' M sv 5.15-F5-: ' i - ' 'A . . 'Q - .1- - , - . M-.J ek 'N Qi K Q ,Q x x 'NX JF X- 6 g Q N' , Q 2 3 X Xw N A 4 w gtk X Si 4 z S Q :io ! V-Rx 'X' yas:-nz gg! ' ' X X I , . :A Si fx 1 5 X ' vs. x X22 4 ' W, x J V X + 'Nnfx ei 3' e N va ' is as 'E' if Q39 ,gf ws Q as 8 -4 Q, in vi R -:gf 3 , , ., , N. X A,,. V. M., was A Q,.. is W A1 a n M m imi? 'VSV' -'fm-i.-,..w..,t.,, Tim Umscheid, ET Gene Vance, EV Baron VonSchnieder, AT Bud Wagner, AM "Wonder what we're gonna do in Seminar today. ' ' , 2 R 0 ' . z ,, z' s . ' XHLQ4. ' 5 ,,,. SEX Y Q3 4 X me S 4 3 Was E X j K 5 Lynn VanMeter, CP Gary Veer, AM Bob Walter, MT Lonnie Widler, ET Mike Wightman, ET Richard Wilcox, EV MM' Galen Wiles, ET Chet Williams, CP Joe Wishnuck, CV Jerry Womack, MT i, Wulf' 'P-sf Q I x W "All some people do is eat! " miors of Pictured joseph Geist, AM Lex Letourneau, CP Richard Michalowski, ET Mike Townsend, ET Donald Ukena , ET Tom Webb, MT s 8 fm SF' sg sw TX 4' v.,i V5 fl, V d e 4 A A A y M L S iw lx if ' he ' 'Newest member to the Dorm' ' .. in Si 'S Nmxrfnscfmzwiq, "5 ball in the side" 48 ,-I "'f' A w'f""" Sfreshmen of Piciurad Trent Booth, AM David Bruce , ET Carl Chavez, CV jack Clark, SP John Craft, MT Carol Delker, EDP Patrick Fink, CP Marian Ganser, MT William Garrison, AM Greg Hicks, ET Brenda Hollenbeck, CP Vinci jarquio, SP john Lemons, MT Norman Lister, CV john Meier, CV Marion Mendenhall, MT joan Muehlberg, SP Dixie Neely, CP Dahn Nguyen, SP Lewis Nutter, CV Gary Onori, ET Pamela Parsons, EDP Denis Pianalto, AM Johnny Ralston, ET Greg Swanson, CP David Williams, ET Leon Williamson, CV Ron Zimmerman, MT . X n Student Gmfcrnment Association The Student Government Asso- ciation is responsible for many of the activities at KTI. They spon- sor and fund events such as dances, movies, assemblies, Par- ent!Alumn.i Day, and student elections. SGA also appropriates money to the clubs at KTI . SGA members consisted of: Jim Eaken, President, Russ Schmidt, Student Cordinator, Denise Long, Secretary, Susan Picking, Trea- surer, Senior Reps. : Ron Patrick, Computer, Rick Wilcox, Civil, Alan Good, Electronics. Freshzman Reps. : Dave Nordhus, Electron- ics, Andrew Galloway, Environ- mental, Christine Sokol, Me- chanical. First Semester Reps. : Ed Spriggs, Sr. , Mechanical, Bud Wagner, Sr. , Areo, jim Bigelow, Sr. , Civil, Bob Symington, Sr. , Environmental, Steve Delaney , Fr. , Computer. 'f 1 i X 1 s New-vaausw' ' f,,,4 . 'K' 1 wwf! "J if t S 'J' My 3. W" 55.2 e M mi Q 5 ,, 'lv ,all X ,- A we 3 of 2 it-2, .wwggii .31 A 3 K M 2 Ii. ' U-f..,.as.-...,-,.N ' " 1:-.fm ....: . V.,. ,, .,.. M is x..., "' ,S if .. : I 3 ..AXk . ,..LA,.A . , f , , -5, ,L,, , ., . . AA ' ' C' 1 ,ww 'i ff' 1 1- pfjxl ."9"e"' , . 351402 41-. ' it R 1. Jim Eaken, SGA President, checks Smdent 1D's for the Con- sortium Dance. 2. Russ Schmidt, Student Coordinator, talks with a consortium committee member from Marymount. 3 . Richard Mi- chalowski does his part in a SCA elec1:ion by voting. 4. Don Purling offers a helping hand to decorate for the KTI Disco Dance . 5. SGA: Denise Long, Secretaryg Alan Good, Electronics Rep. 3 Andrew Galloway, Environmental Rep. 3 Rick Wilcox, Civil Rep. 3 Ron Patrick, Computer Rep. 3 Russ Schsrnidt, Student Coordinator3 Susan Picking, Treasurer3 Gordon Smith, Areo Rep. 6. Andrew Galloway says, "These assemblies are a pain in the neck. ' '7. An- other interesting meeting. 8. Members enjoy themselves at SGA Pizza Party. 2 COE' Tau Omicron Tau is Kansas Tech's honor fraternity. TOT had several projects during the school year of '77- '78. They gave a S50 scholarship each semester to the member with the highest GPA. TOT collected money for MD on Shamrock Tag Day. They also sponsored softball games and other parties which were enjoyed by many members of the student body. l ima I?i1..A E 3 E T 5 5 Y .4 9 K 1 VAA . L' T ffl" ' I f .. V. 13,3 f A A-.:..3,,.:?.it,-VL ,,,. . - V - ' H ' A f' Q. 5 3 f' T 'pw . ' fr gf 4' v f- T , I A '35 'V V A :V A if I V 9" AF?" es... A Q ,Q , ' 1 5' : ' A Y wbithrn akffu-s-vofwbwz .Mm ,,,. . ,ff ...Ana f ,- 4, ,, Q .1 , , 1 . TOT is looking up. 2. The winning pitcher. 3. TOT officers '77-'78s President, jay "PLmky" Peterson, Vice President, Mike I-lower, Treasurer, Galen Wiles. Not pictured: Secretary, Nancy Shanahan. 4, TOT officers '78- '79: President, Lynn Parker, Vice President, Alan Nelson, Secre- tary, Dave Button, Treasurer, Gordon Smith. 5. 1t's a home run. 4 .,f. Q J., .N 4 Q.. 1,1-, I V I A5655 The KTI Chapter of the Ameri- can Society for Certified Engi- neering Technicians had a re- warding year. They hosted a panel of KTI graduates, who came to speak to students early first se- mester. ASCET helped set up a drafting room for dorm residents. They were well represented at the national ASCET meeting in Kansas City. To end their eventful year, on Awareness Day they presented their project for the year, the Expo Center. Q X .4 f f if .r ' 'z ,.-.s3fT'Y 'eff Y' , . ...,. . . ,-. , .,... .,' . 1 -, W .1-2-..-- ef 'A .-,ig:1.5s-nv ,, ' Q tr' ' "'5'3i'? a. 16 ff' , , 1' -was .1 K --. , ' , is ,Q ....,. 1. , , uuql '- Y "" to . X 'F AL Q -mos . ,' s W,-y Zgffmyy Y Mei-ilglf. nv rs f -an 1, ., . na.: '-.' 1 ,Qi , Ax, W., . 1 ' 1 J . I l . 1 Y 1 i r 3 j l I r 1 1 . ASCET's project for the year of '77- '78. 2. ASCET members and sponsors. 3. ASCET group enjoys the Kansas City Royals. 4. The National meeting in Kansas City. 5. Meeting adjourned. 6. ASCET officers: Vice President, Rick Carterg Secretary, Nancy Shana- hang Treasurer, Pete Marchbanksg President, Mike Case. 4 . 1 V I lfmrlwok Kuftlcs Apathy The yearbook staff has chosen "APATI-IY' ' as the theme for this publication because of their con- cern for student apathy at Kansas Tech. Those who attended KTI during the year know first hand those problems that apathy can cause . It can spread like a fire out of con- trol and take a great deal of in- volvement to stamp it out. A lot of time and effort was put in this book to hopefully make it a thing of pride for those who own a copy and those who produced it. , . QW ..Nw'0?" -QQ QQ , t M'523fl A' gg ull' ' V . -1"': ' : U ,J t 3 ' "'J"2t2- "i":2:f1 'I' Sffi N '5f:::z'.5i is 35515535 51152 - -Q ff: '-: Q . -' 2 Mgf' "" QQ 5312 " T "HEI" . 'lf' s it y Ai. 1 ,, , Y' . 'A . Q 4 -Z , ,Q 3, ,-., 4 , aff? E -'nj . . 5, , 1 f n x ,f ' ' t ,i 'Z 3 5425- 1.55 'lfffm 224525 sa yy. ' ifgafrg ,Q 1 . Yearbook Staff: Greg Loehr, Editor, Susan Picking, Photo Edi- tor, Russ Schmidt, Activities Edi- torg Bill Clawson, Photographer, Denise Long, Business Manager, Lisa Sanford, Student Editor, Mike Wighmian, Sports Editor, Ron Patrick, Academic Editor. Not Pictured: Don Purling, Copy Edi- tor, Bd Spriggs, Artist. 2. Staff busy in darkroom. 3 . Linda McCall, Yearbook Advisor. 4. Good times at the ' 'Hideaway' ' . 5. Greg and Denise discuss ads. 6. Russ gets second opinion on a photograph. 7. Don's opinion of apathy. 8. Lisa and Denise enjoy pizza at yearbook party. 57 Newspaper taff Although the newspaper ended a month after the start of the second semester, the staff had a good year. The paper had many changes throughout its existence . The first and biggest change was the new name , ' 'Technically Speaking". Other significant changes were the alumni inter- views and alumni subscriptions. Q Mm W1 LQ,.,,n .315 SM I K il sr V S. STAFF Editor-in-chiefg f ,Q Susan Picking Denise Long Reportersg Russ Schmidt Greg Loehr Lisa Sanford Don Purling Ron Patrick Artistg Ed Spriggs Advisorg Mac Ashburn s pw mm X T. -ev 1 by 'Q ' 58 E'r!' k 1" 3 Associate Editorg if I wt Wrylfit 'W 1 se 1: it 52:1 ga M- -'X' MZ 4 Q FQ A 7 1 1 Q 1 . Technically Speaking staff : top row: Greg, Susan, Lisa, and Dong bottom row: Ron, Denise, and Russ. Not pictured: Ed. 2. On the way up. 3. Take a big bite. 4. Research done on how to win at cards. 5. All of the issues. 6. Lisa works on lay-out ideas. 1 'S 5:4 2 av- 'ga' A 2 6fl6'55 61116 The Chess Club, a new club on campus for the '77- '78 school year, met on Tuesday nights in the Student Union. Chess club had an open membership, meaning thatany student may attend any meeting. The officers were: President, Rod Bamesg Vice President, Larry Haynes, Secre- tary, Denise Long, Treasurer, Mike Wightman. 1. Your move. 2. Check. 3. Check mate . W f ,, , A if ' fu 1 ,, ,-, f ' 2' . " - 5, aa1W""' ' , s A " fi 1 .7 44 ' V . , ug N 1, , , , Sparts Sends Apathy 270 Che flower Sports 1S one area at KTI where apathy 1S not eas1ly fotmd Many students take advantage of the 1n- tramural sports program set up by the Salma Recreation Comnuss1on at the KT1 Gym Kansas Tech was well represent- ed m the SRC programs The KT1 g11'l.S Volleyball Team f1n1shed the Sprmg Season VV1tl'l only one loss The two men's basketball teams were rated number one and two until semester break caused a few end-of-the-season fOI'fe1tS due to the absences of those players who were home for the hol1days KT1 had numerous men's Volleyball Teams Wl'11Ch were found to be tough compet1t1on to the oppo- nents lt can be Sald that sports 15 an area 1n Wl'11Ch KTI excells and apathy 15 left on the s1del1nes 16' 'ogg , v U V- ' ' ' ' , V f 'fx-+11 sg. W! 'Zum v-Q3 .-gf.-, . '--- ,f" :,..s1,f:-:gm 5':fV:,1.e,4Vy 5,,3:51:f:g 45. V,.ZV,,,,, , V, ,V ,5V,,,V..,,:,1-.g5:V',:.-::1.q, .'--:41,----ff -,ff - V -- -- ""'fG?"L-92,1-V-fi:..Uri.sw"zV1a32:5'1.iv:'f'5 ' ' V: ':lV"1'I1f'":.':'I-'1"Vt"11Z" "-' ' :j:3:1qV,ij3-5E55':-121555-"zfzafi-V, " 13532-P3i5!,g,aV.2g5gg:14v::1.j--g?'Vj- 'Vggj-!'V'5:fI1f,,21 "' " 'iii-.'2f. 'l ' ' , .' ' fr. -,.,fV.'f' V. '15 -V":5.-gf?:5fj5:,:?EsV'?3322232, .VawQi.::::11A:,:,.,f,.,,.,.,-9.5 ,:m.,,2m, ,31,.V,xx4,fV,,f-,, :., My , .. 1-.:.,?y.f:1,:.:g,:,s1"V-...-awfst x-E,,af:w1:'W3-ffili-ii??:Z'121?:1iP'V,'".,?V ' " V ,, 1 E::3:ur:r:g3q:3::rqqgr:V. 1:,Sf,4i5",-:'J,Lf:5b1?f'.,Vj,.1.-if Y, 1:1-.i - ' . ' 'I' : - -'l ggi-r:f'-.-.Z"'iVE', 'Z 'sm QV, 'X '- ' -V V' -. .V 11 1. ""Zfi-'.:..:f1'2?:+?3,:.:ff1Za: PS'-21,451sVig:f2:f.:1-ay , ' '- '11 ., ",' - , ,-1 12, ' - 1- 11. ff?Q'Vsf-'1s3?iis'e62'5.5,lf29f:fE - f ,Z I Z. ' I-f l,."?Sf:-:f3?z'IZif?f3C.rL::i?I1rP'f1:-55354 A V , , ' -f 1 " ' 1: "-i"'E"':'r'k53f515f91.5f'Q :fb --'- if ' ' Fit' V 'V ,fV'l.g:.':V V - " fx K2z:"QM-'sV:fs'?Q:'+1-'I I ' ' 1, , I ., 11 X '- Ss ' ' ' .1-22:5 x Q Axe, N If 3'lQ?gx ' A AQZ.3A,fgg, ,fs 'RX sk , IS ,ft -'-ear: -, N. 41, was ' X f ,2 4' ..,,ssffaV. x + s s ,V pxszmarvw x+,.,E?f,S , af, V . .. . . X N Us 121 ' . . . . . . . . . 9 c , . 1 . . . . . . N . . . .V , X43 - -- ,313 .wi-: - - :ww , . . . ft'? - - 1 as . . . . . . . 5 -3: f' BIA. F 2' 1 6 ' Wnmelfs Vrflleylfall ---Q.. K F ,X xr-- QE 1 . Over the net for the point. 2. Game point. 3 . Good return. 64 Mans Kasketbull 4, -V-"- f . - . J ,K ' I . 0 5. . f 1 f xx rf , sf ki? 3' mf .JU if 5 X ' , , Q. Q ff '-A X "Riva Y an .R K ,,W,,,,J ' fy xi' 1 i K ff? 36 ., -f-rw Kr' 32 1 . 'The shot is good. 2. jump shot. 3. Two points. L ss .A Cvurnamculs Spring is tournament time at KTI. In the spring of '78 there were two big tournaments. One being the Basketball tourney be- tween departments, which found Computer to be a strong winner. And the other tournament being the KTI Annual Spring Golf Clas- sic in which two contestants tied for first place . The winners were Steve Goodwin and Richard Scott. 1 . With club in hand it is off into the sunset. 2. Time out for a winning team. 3 . jerry Cross sinks a putt. 4. High jtunping makes the basket. 5. "Fore" 6. Andy sinks one for two. V' rw? . 3 1 :Lg . j . ui, 2f'g,, 4 wfw -' A 'if "" qw ' wild RA -1 ' ,'L f'if'? ' H.. 165.7-PA KEN? 15008 C813 i6'L'lll5' Mr. Z- Hugh Baker john 8 Thelma Beam Mrs. Viola Bigelow Mr. L Mrs. j. Clyde Booth Tom 8 Yvonne Creech ' Mr. 8 Mrs. Frank Davies Mr. E Mrs. Emest Dirl-as Ms. Rose D. Elder Mr. 8 Mrs. Vincent Escobar Mr. IL Mrs. Franklin Galloway Patsy R. Good I.uAnne Higbee Allen L. Holle g Mr. ff Mrs. jack I.. Homer Victor V. jarquio Mr. 8 Mrs. jim jokerst Mr. if Mrs. Henry Leiker Mrs. Howard Shippy Vada E. Hertlein Ward R. Clawson Mr. 8 Mrs. Eugene M. Loehr Mr. as Mm. Ruben Long sr. Mr. Francis Nordhus Mr. 8 Mrs. Theodore Ostberg, Mr. 6 Mrs. jerry Picking Mr. 8 Mrs. A. M. Reimold Mr. G Mrs. William T. Retter Dorothy 8 Bob Ruegsegger Mr. 8 Mrs. Roger Schmidt Norman L. 8 Treva M. Scott Marianne Seel Mr. 8 Mrs. Donald B. Spriggs Mr. 8 Mrs. Dale E. Stevens Mr. 8 Mrs. Darold O. Ukena Mr. 8 Mrs. Joe F. Wishnuck Mr. f3.Mrs. Bemard J. Womack Mr. 8 Mrs. Bud Wagner Mr. 8 Mrs. james F. Young I-lj. Cross P10104 Z8 2916402765 3565.70 05' CHE KANSAS XNGJNSS ING 5061752711 Bartlett ij West Consultmg Engmeers P A Black i3 Veatch Consultlng Engmeers Bucher 8 W1ll1s Consultmg Engmeers, Planners and Archltects Evans B1erly HUtCh1nSOD 8 Assoclates P A W1lson E Company Engmeers E Arch1tects Howard Needles Tammen C Berqendaff lx 'I' I Alumm ASSOC13t1OT1 Salma Testing Lab Inc Van Gundy F Assocl tes AZHJWNJ 160057816 UIZII6' Don Blecha Danny D Drummond Cary S Flelds C E I' Davld A Furse Robert Hays Edward F Holst III Kenneth Bamard Mr Z Mrs Robertj Kuhn Alfred laurent Cary D McCargar Ken Morgan 'Mr I Mrs Benny C Orth StevenR Sandell Ron Sutton x, s . . ' 1 I U . . . . . . . 1 ' 1 . . ' . . . - . Q . 7 - 1 - 1 r 1 n 5 a . . . ., . .fi 7 I G . .f ' I . f . n ' 1 . n 1 . . . . 1 . e 1 I 4 I 1 I V . I Gnlmrm 5 H o v Salma Kansas lllilllum :ENTER S,4,Cl,N,4 SZIPPLT I! 60114 PAN V HOLVDV4 ll MANSION Wholesale plumblng Heatlng A1rcond1t1ong and water works 300 N Santa Fe TA 3 2221 Salma Kansas H14 CKONS Mayberry's Auto Parts 13th 8 Broadway Salma Coffee House 115 N 7th Pettle 's Flowers 341 Center Bolen W1ll12IT1S Stover Realtors Inc S Santa Fe Heln J: lil 'T-1.-AJ 1 'E Z E 123 S. Santa Fe 1 70 1 SALINA A ll CO PA I6 ZS 233 NORTH SANTA FE SALINA, KANSAS 67401 AC 913-827-0406 Buncen K ING 520 S Broadway SALINA, KS THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF Ziff SALINA IKOAIZD O? 273,495 ARE PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED VVITH KANSAS TECHNICAL INSTUTUTE ANSPACHER AND ASSOCIATES NC WOLCOTT AND LINCOLN EVANS GRAIN COMPANY MORRISON GRAIN COMPANY MILLER GRAIN COMPANY INC WRIGHT LORENZ SMOOT GRAIN COMPANY j LYNCH AND COMPANY NC SALINA BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING 1700 EAST IRON .NF 238 and 242 So Santa Fe Quahty and Servlce Is st1I1 our by word Servmg Central Kansas for 20 years , . . , 1 . KNJGH 275 V4 CJ-M75 U6 GOODS. .7 f. Have it our wa PIZZA SERVICE Dreams are coming true! GIADJSZIIX 30023 S516 V165 M76 IS PROUD TO BE A PART OF KTI SINCE 1966 473 SUMMERS RD SALINA KANSAS 156' V8l3,C VS Wfl0,C5SV4lT8 M624 Z' A 168916155164 5170.787 JN6 613 E PACIFIC 825 4649 SALINA KANSAS GESME 1 Tom Burgess - Mgr. 2 Locatlons 19131 825-4422 600 S Broadway 19131 823-6555 ' 'There are a l Top 8 Bottoms lot of good thmgs under our roof' ' 1100 W Ash Salma , SALJNV4 60N6'l65Z75 PKODZIKZS Manufacturers and D1StT1bUtOTS of Bu1ld1ng Matenals and Bulldmg Speclaltles ll llllll 1815 S 9th SALINA KANSAS 823 2398 , 127 N Sant Fe P1223 Sunset Plaza Downtown ,lf 1200 s santa Fe 'HW 1209 W' Cfawfmd TV g SALES APPLIANC CENTER Inc Congratulatnons We're proud of you and your fme school STIEFEIJS A KLlNE'S STORE, w1l1 contmue 1n the same Tradltion that they have for the past 73 years Proudly cont1nued Progress of "The c1ty on the Grow" Salma E SERVICE ' Ks Y I U Q - , 0 ' 1 1 qi f- y g : V 2 L , "- N 1 ! L - ' 3 J 'V 1 , .L . -. i- I A 4 I 5' 'W ,g l ' I I - ' 3 " ,,..2a-,:,- . , X , 4 I NIL... 'Cl ' , f' Y ..j.lf1+M?. - I Wmw w:-m A1,w q Mu r.1 n.m -"' 23 H a -- f Q . . . . . ' . . y , . Coke MW j,WLiff:j54zzzQfKizzff,3s, View 'zfwawci imma 6066 aalofv 7 CONGRATULATICDNS AND MUCH S,4L'.7.N,4 6064 6064 H516 6016? 8,C86Z'lZ0.?VT765 JN6 TO T1-IE KT1 CLASS OF 1978 E1 tr FEDERAL MDGUI. Q nossnrs INDUSTRIES P O Box 1547 c omcs 1S o and E1 ctromcs 1 o bus1 Whol sal and Am t 227 North Sa t F Salma Kansas 67401 hm, nnxxucv-SW" l9'I3j B27 0361 Pl 1914 P 0 BOX 1178 113 NORTH SANTA FE Q . c 0 . , I . f Trademarkgi ' I . . Coca-Cola ' and 'Coke" are regnslered lradevmarks wmcn Tdenhly.lhe same DfOC1UClOl The Coca-Cola Compafw- Bonled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company Dy: IBOTTLEFYS NAME HERE1 I i . e ' ' ur name e ' 's ur 'ness 8 6 3. SUI I1 3. 6 1 Q O. ' Q ' I - Sin c e DISCO Everymght 150 S Broadway 827 1886 4, Q Q 405E Iron if-fd , Ph 823 2951 2524315 ,C6176J1'Z'0.7V 9101646 KOJWPANV Flowers for all occaslons Salma , Kansas W58lCS M76 Salma , Kansas Sal1na's Complete Food Department store 443 505 S Santa Fe STEVENSONS Sal1na's Fashlon Center Tl-IE WREN' S ROOST Downtown Sal1na 112 N Santa Fe ATLAS OPTICAL Sears Center 827 7757 Salma, Kansas K. Rf NICDOFIBICI S 654 S Broadway 844E Crawford Salma, Kansas K . A I twill? 7 S A ,L 4 ' lr. . 8 We Zare pn W 1 ? 1 W i :iw 'yuh L' 1 I Olly: -rwmyf-11wqf?:1,-1:vvv7'qh-1 1 , 11 111 . , -11, 11 ,- W W X, .X 1 1 ,1 , -,1 -11111 1. 1.11111 1-I 1 11, 1 V 1 11-1 3 11,4 ' 1 11' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pb 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 A1 1 1 af 1 1 ,N 1 1 1 1 I .1 1'- '11 91 1 1, 1 V, 1 1 11.1. 1 '1.11: 1111 1 .', 1,11 Wy. ,111 , 1 1'11x .1 V 'LQ 111' A 11 'I' , uv, 11 . ,-. , 5 '1


Suggestions in the Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) collection:

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1

1977

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Page 1

1979

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 1

1980

Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS) online yearbook collection, 1981 Edition, Page 1

1981

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.