Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS)

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A- 6719 ' - '15 " if . , - h - . 2 ,J4,.,.r. 1955 DHC-2 de Havilland We would like to dedicate this section of the book to a long-time "student" who "graduated" from KTI this spring semester. She arrived at the campus ten years ago, with her first view of the school from the bed of a truck. She was an armed forces veteran trying to make the adjustment to civilian life. The staff and students of the aeronautical department made the new student feel at ease and showed her to where she would spend the long hours of classtime. During those ten years, she has been the friend of every student she has met. These students, in return have helped her in any way they knew how. This year she had completed her stay here. After all the long years of preparation she was ready to accept a new job and a new home. On a Friday afternoon, February 6, she was packed for her flight to Seattle, Washington where she would be given her working attire. A large crowd of her friends were on hand to say good-bye and wish her all the luck on her career. Aeronautical James Aslfibauqh Sharie Ballantyne Brian Bell Douglas Billups Larry Cafl' 5 f Th O I' 11V f' qlll 3 Carvell f . f., . ,. ,,,,. .9 - - ':,P'a- ' ,, I " x Kirk Easterday John Ewing William Garrison, Jr. John Gronevvoller Scott Harrod IVlark Hogue i 119 L 4 .A ,,.,, 4 ,A 4 WE. A fx H .g,,.f" ' 1 xl' - 0'- Aeronautical Alan Juhnke Kerry Kendrick Robert Knott Damon Liepitz Gregg Lindberg Terry Loveland Aeronautical Wesley Lumry Robert lVlaril'1ugh Russell lVlcElwain lVllke lVloore Mitchell lVlosirnan Clifford Nelson Ronald Oberg Chuck O'Toole Dan Parker Jay Parker Robert Pauls Alfred Pecnin 6 AQ :fm ff' ,ag fo2 N LFS... ak or ,f Aeronautical What do we do novv, Sharie? 'IQL79' 4 r W 0 X N, James Putney Art Ray Steve Reavis az 'r 1a 'fl b i 4 Larry Reyer Benny Robinson Nlatt Schindler Aeronautical lVlark Smith Linn Snell Craig Sooter Brad Spear lVlil4e Stout Michael Sump Roger Thomas Richard Thompson James Venn Mickey Wagner Henry Walker Timothy Wann Aeronautical Bruce Wright Terry Younkin . . ,- The answer to the freshman's question-TEAIVIWORK. Q Gerald Willesen Brad Wodke John Wolting Ant Amersni Danny BaHes Michael BmkeH Randall Brin William Carrell James Conklin Roger Daily Scott Deppe Kent lGatorl Dive-Iey Wade Dodson Lloyd Dorweiler Richard Earley ' I 'ug A Q A, il at ' Smile Kelly, you're on candid camera! if ff , 1 4. ' '-2 :- vigl. ul., ' K 5 .4 . 1 Wd! .l Douglas Francis Paula Fuhrman Larry Glessner Kelly Hadley Thomas Hauck Michael Haug Civi 11 ivi Terry Holland Stephanie Holt William Hubbard Jan Jensik Michael Johannes Brenda Lamer John Martin Troy Odell Deborah Prickett Gary Turk Charles Watts Edwin Webster -U Q. wg-gp .4-ggi fig!! T l -i i l l i l i if '1S""? 459' RX ff if . ,, 1 ax -' Sri. A 'zaivlfii F--J i ' of s ' 4 1: Y-fl ' A WN Working on the CRT is no handicap for Lynda. Computer Letha Alstatt William Armstrong Jennie Arnold Victoria Barajas Beth Bates Snazad Bnatti 13 Computer Josselyhhe Bippus Bruce Blagg Steve Brady Lea Ahh Brahdyberry Philip Braum Dahhy Brewer Jim Brottoh Michael Brovvh Marlene Burkle Larry Cade Gyla Carter Scott Charles .Ex in 1 4 l The great debate. ky A Computer Alan Charley Thomas Creech, Jr. Joe Davis Debra Drudge Greg Edgihgtoh IVlary Engelbert 15 Computer Don Frazier Ron Fredrick Abad Gonzales, Tim Goossen Lisa Graham Paul Haas Kathy Hahn William Hall Carolyn Hanson Brian Hardy Tamara Harrill Terry Harrison QW A,vf 'QM' W H you need heIp,aH you need to do B ask. Computer Duane Harvey Hoyd Hasmtt VVayne Hernnan James HoHand Tony Hoover Gordon Howes 17 Computer Ronmd Hunsecker Steven Jensen Kora Jones Cynthia Justus Annede Iimin Kana Khnzman Tun Knox Iiennetn Krouse Lynda Larson Scot Larhanw YM-Chun Un Jon Lindstronw 18 Jfhlvllnn irv s Aims..-3'0D' fifgii ,WJQ5 15' 1 f f?fQEi5iHu llsgikfhs Computer Karla Little Gary Ludden Shirley lvlaclces Louis Nlansfueld Jean lVlcDermott Harvey llflclntyre Computer James McNamara Mona Meili Judy Meyer George Middleton Ramona Milligan David Moline Scott Moll Max Montgomery Brian Moore Terri Morgan James Moritz Deborah Mounkes 20 Hua. .4-Q., , -hz QEWKH, s 'h "" :E 1 A XZ:-' . . f' xl ..,, lf, .1 IIA Vinh' e,,,Q,f,a .V - :V-:fr.1f2:,g:,.,,. -, -1 Q K id 9 Y ' ' -' 3sfi52.1'2-3511. , - ' xi M 2 , 5, x , . . . 5 Q 32,5 I, at f y 955 J J ew e e i ii In . .,,v V. j i, 'wqqqe' yy , W . . 5. wi? - ll Sul qs, r . '4"'l - ,f ' ' it A Q ' :F Q 0 , 35' I M V 4 K Pax Ay 7 .af 1 PM - ,"NlV'E,, ACF!" l !v There's no place better for a COBOL field trip than St. W John! HospHaL Computer DeLynn Mowat Steven New Ngoc Nguyen Dawd Osborn Steven Osborn Steve Packard Computer Jackm Pauh Can Perewa Bob Porter Jonn Porter Ken Post RuSseH Repo Brent Rnody Steve Robmson Janet Roof Dawd Roquet hAary Sahng John Sanner 22 K . fgiwmggwwfawgijmvk N-It .e v::,ij v 'E VV 6 ,r n 55355 o,,gQ ,2P,?h W , '5Eg.rQPi?wr ', e,1mMwC "t t eee t ' -rv 1,1 X- -M ,, , Yagi, . ,.,,. V 52 L . - -' 5. A Time out between classes. Computer Robert Scammell Jerry Schneider Cameron Seibert Gloria Sexson Jolene Snort Debra Shrole Computer Stacy Sagm Susan Snues Roger Snnth Gregg Sneh Stephen Stmnhauer Iiathryn Stncker Ekune Stucky John Tackkett Teresa Teague Roben Thomas Krw Thompson TTna Vanek 24 -ash lA 1QIZP 4...nA 2mQmmwa.i 4 -fi-Q.1 This OLD keypunch takes a licking and keeps on ticking. tie Q A Computer Nadine Veeder Steven Wallace LaRissa Weathers Roseann Weeks lVlichael Welch Judith Wesley 25 Computer Nancy White Michael Wietharn Denise Williams Norman Winslow Patricia Wykert Cynthia Ziegler 26 Hovv do you change the channel on these things? as 45' ?"rvf - -7 1-4 I ' ' ,Q -Wan, ww- mwle 7 zi,wNy 39555 f,WfQ?- :If ',. i ,I i?1i 5 xii inf Fit ' g3xT atf QCIDV t' Q? ' , Q5 V '- Al-A wwqgf " ' Afwna' 255-fa ' , '- K 2311 GMO lik SQ ,dig Uhr ff' f'XX X Electronics Robert Anderson Michael Arnold Kevin Austin David Barker Edward Bay Michael Beck Alan Bergfeld Larry Cleaver Lloyd Cochran Kevin Conant Robert Davis Bryan Downie Electronics hdark Ehinga Steven FHZQUNNOHS Paul Ford Richard Fouse lienneth Fradd VVayne Francs Roy Frauenfelder R.E. French Mnes Goodwn1 A , ...-wand, Nhchae Green Daw Habrock Richard Harbaugh . Q' . J., , Visa? ! E I Y inn ' rx c fe3FQ,f,5g ki, V V , fi aeieggr YEL ' W , W ,,AA M-,. ,1 2 8 p ug. .,...-4 4 .9 Q v-',, w g 4 M is ne ofthe ufun"jobs of being a teacneris grading lab reports I gf J Electronics 4 , X 4' qy' W 'ww an ff' Chns Hmnen Norms HoHander Cnanes Hudson Donam Hudon Jeanne Irwn Ronam Jensen Electronics Loren Johnson David Jones David Joss Michael Kary Terry Kearn Glen Lawrence Gerald Lott Nancy Lykins Robert IVlart John lVlcCain Robert lVlcConneIl Ronald IVlcDanieI will an ,fi-wiffhs f Q., of ,,., .ur in , .Q..1,i-5 fx I wt .- , ., t.: Lad, -3551419 S' ' , N T . :-- l l 4 '- l.,r Q J V:f. .,,.., . , o A 'N eww 30 l I J ' f -229' sv ' , C.. L 7 Vl , NY X YKQ , ,.,V. f. - Tlaegeesvfil 2 Electronics William IVlcKim John IVlichaIse Phile IVlorris 1 "X "Qu .lf 'X Long distance is the next best thing to being there. er-ss wx, , , , arf: . .. - as ,- J i . , Agidlwm A 1 ff 2 5 tb, .f E ' i . . x ' ' ' I V n. - , . Y V 0 I - I 1 ,,m,-amp ' """""" 'M V V 0 ."' :L Y ., ., .I . .lf 0 . 0 I 'I , gf Y Denise Nett Charles Pirtle Ed Rich 31 Electronics Bman Richter Kendal Rohr Ronaw Rowe Jay Sedlacek Steven Srnyth Dick Snider Perry SnowbaH Jerry Steele Dave StoHer Stanley Tasker hnark Trnnbm Bwan Turner 32 K de . XAQ 'Zaw - yf ' ag ' . fg ggg gggb , Q, , f gm... g !!i5mln5?E! Rs .9 ,f- , ar, if Z Q -z Z t 'Fix 41. 4,-I J Q Xkr V: S ' 5 N fi?Q,-?.ge.pM' gf---Xt gt. . A A-AL g3g'1u ,.q-T-ee 5?555E35 A I 'J 'V' 1 le Qlwa. i' 'J 3 f V - ','- I . a a., ' Electronics Allen Unselt John Vade Curtis Voldrich Michael Ward James Waugh Timothy Wecker Whig. 1 4 .5, , 1 - ive ' f-H ,Kg . . if '. -' A MM - Y -f-may ., .. . I think I got my wires crossed! ..-A Phillip Whittecar Robert Wilson 33 General Richard Anderes Patrick Baker Stephanie Beichle Robert Bennett Shirley Bernhardt Greg Champlin Edward Currier Caro! D. Drinen Roberta Grifhn Eibridge Gritty IV Troy Hlad Harold Ikenberry 4 3 i General Bob Johnson Jeffery Lemaster Gerald Lockhart Jolene Loeflfler Michael lVlcClasIce Cathy Nelson General Darrell Newton Bradley Phillips Gary Shrader 36 Leonard Von Fange John y Ziegler 'gfuwg ' W .1 gf 'Sw . 1, 5: . , '41 1:2 , a .15-. -fag ,wx 2.!5,,?,,, U, ,. I, if ' of ,. ia ' 3 ,K 134.5 .A Ang . ,, ? , 'fir' fir , 0 i 'Y-4-.':1.QIf1AJi-5-V'N' 'E' 0" ' ws' n--VZ... ."' 1.6.0- Cathy Nelson watches as Nadine Veeder puts the finishing touches on the Phys- ics II lab experiment. ,A IVIechanlcaI Dan Andrew Joseph Bawes Lawrence Bieker Doug Bjornstad VVHhan1 Brown hhark Burws Roger Byaday Ann Crowther Chws Daws Stephen Edacher Manon Eushce Nhchae Gore Mechanical James Graham Gerard Green Kenneth Harding Terry Headgepath lVlarl4 Hennes Jerold Hlad Jim Klanke Bernard Lantz Eugene Lawson - Chris Lincoln Tom IVIahoney Donald iVlartin 38 , QU' Q ap. .- J ! Mechanical Who IS the stranger ln the long vvhlte coat playlng Randall lVlat Jellrey lVlcCreary Turn lVlc Lean Gary Morgan Keith lVluckey Ernest Nichols Dan Payne Mechanical Randy Rhodes Raul Richardson Doumas Riney ai'- Roger Roemer Rodney Root VVHHS Rutz hnark Schnndt Jack Spooner Hoyd Stringfellovv Hector Trnndad Chhs Vvedey Gregory VWddeH 4 1 wy,. 5 !AiN!EK'. TM E a A HQ v fJ,' , " I im- Skim, I Avaya I V Y M1 My nhbffwa -, V"-fmafm,.' .- 1 " f 1 1 1 s" E hte 13 a " A U L 1' fpmhh' A A 19811. a MQ O 4 Aeronautical Faculty any Roaming around old towns with his metal detector, E.VV. Jack- son hunts to find whatever he can. l Dave Powers is currently re- building a 1948 Roclcola juke box. Not only does Ken Bernard teach aeronautical classes, he is also a Certified Flight Instruc- tor. Having his own airplane and private runway, Ken Flys to school when the weather per- mits. One could call Ken a bacl4-to- nature guy, for he enjoys back- packing. He would also lilce to become totally self-sufficient someday. He now has an under- ground greenhouse, an orchard and garden, and this summer he hopes to have a wind gener- ator. Rabbit raising for food and en- tertainment occupies some of Les Blount's spare time, while the rest is devoted to his family. After several summers of Hying a helicopter in Branson, lVlis- souri, Bill Garrison is going to try crop dusting this year. T Y Bike riding and backpacking are a few of the outdoor activities Ray Woodson enjoys. 41 Civil Faculty In order to keep up-to-date with his held, Dr. Herman is working with industry on the pretreatment of water waste and air pollution. Civil students may have had a hard time getting help from Dennis Shreves. He enjoys spending his time running and puttering around the golf course. When not at Kansas Techni- cal Institute, Bill Powell might be found somewhere around the state giving his speech on llThe Lost ContinenteAtlantis' Or you might hnd him and his wife enjoying a classical con- cert. lVlr. Powell is also an active member of ASCE lAmerican Society of Civil Engineersl. Computer Faculty 8g Staff ii X X V A 74815,- Having his own dark room tcolor and black and whitel, John Lloyd enjoys photography. J hiv ', Ln jg, .j'fQlff7Q1?'5 5 v f-' W ' '-if A- - A My-'.' ' ' gzwmf f. T ' " Q4 ...pax ff.w:?,.f iff- 5 - .rf , 1 , WLS '- :er ' f lf , 1- N- , f , .T-193W a " wif' 4 ' "3 . , f -- 4 1 ' " for i .ff V V we M, -m, 1 ' ,:1 V is sf-f - mx, r ...Mora-i ffy. V V , we .- .I ,- gljigffx 41- -1-:N ' .. 0' , Zu , , f' "ff, f J mf-' , e' -f 41. , 10. , I fi '3'f?'7 5- " ' , . f':"'-"'f 4'4?.aw ' H ' ' ' ,hiv . r . f T 1' - 1'-1,54 ffl.: dm -I -f, , ifgxiffga ' 4 ,, ' T 1, , 4. .1 '. 1 ,f '- ' ' 'I ., z 'ff 'trash any 0 ? Qs iw-, .fe . lil y ff Lounging around her pool is how Maxine Montgomery plans to spend her summer vacation. Whatever the latest craft is Kathy Connelly will give it a try. George Harradine's motto is Nl haven't let a program beat me yet". This is David Delker's last year at Kansas Technical Insti- tute. After this school year he will begin working at Control Systems Engineering. He will be in charge of microprocessor base system design. When asked why he was leaving, he answered, lllt will be more of a challenge and I can be more creative." In his spare time lVlr. Delker enjoys working with wood. He built a sandbox, swing set, fence, and a shed. T ,,y.3 419 Us ,I 1. X T ,X Q4 ga, x.,, .X 1 C W X . a' Ken Schoske enjoys sports. This semester he played on the fac- ulty basketball team. 43 Electronics Faculty This summer Larry Farmer will be in Houston, Texas, on a fellowship from NASA working with a senior scientist to hnd the best way to test the power transistors used in a Floating power station. Otherwise he would probably be camping in the mountains. lVlr. Farmer has taught here since 1968, His wife is a former EDP student from here. Buz Baer claims he spends all his time either teaching, work- ing on his airplane, or working on his Corvair. By converting his garage into a temporary hangar, Ken Stueve ,ff is preparing to build a home- made airplane. 44 General Faculty M , WW, 4 .5 .. 2 Being active in sports in his younger years, Bob Bingam is a very attentive spectator at his sons' activities. fx 5 - J 1 ' ya 1 f' 55 I 1' I! U 1 2 74, 1 Being a weekend baker and an everynight paper grader, Carol Dupree keeps busy. 1981 brings several changes for Bud Peterson. He vvas head sponsor for this yearbook, his vvife had a baby girl on lVlarch 4, 1981, and he will be living in Houston, Texas, this summer. There he will be vvorking with the NASA researchers on ther- mal controls. He used to have a milk covv named Blossom. Since he is moving, he decided to sell her and buy a microprocessor. Next year he vvill be teaching at Texas A8tlVl. Our yearbook stat? vvould like to thank him for his help and wish him the best of luck at Texas A8tlVl. 'Q - -.v 4 -ini - 1 ,1 When Rapid Robert Homolka isn't zip zapping at the chalkboard, he enjoys snovv ski- ing and fishing with his boys. 45 General Faculty Building furniture from wood is one of Les Kinsler's favorite pastimes. An occasional sailing excursion or a jog around town are events that Tim Landon likes to do vvhen he's not just goofing off. Together is hovv Reinhart Schvvemmer and his vvife have built and are still building their house. If you are in one of Dale Sulli- van's classes you may have read something from C.S. Levvis. lVlr Sullivan enjoys reading lVlr. Levvis-' vvorlc. 46 if I T- 1 ., 2 wk f X. 'yy - A- ,ff .. 'V-at -1, M, YH . l fi if ,,,.-"""'h, 71' 5 i J -i l l l i l I l gl T L ,i 4 tp., l l i i l G i l l I l il ij ., W ge, ig L 'I we fs' Zvlnwnum-n ,.q...s...,.c ,.. Mechanical Faculty r--- - 1 wif, Y 1 2' . , . "" ufdh . 3 '57 x aa a i Building grandfather clocks . from beginning to end is what - gms 1 ' , :I John Neal enjoys doing when he is not teaching. -19.5 F ,,, 1 5 if The direction signs you see all over campus were built by Bill Sanders, In the late 60's and early 7O's, lVlac Ashburn vvorlced on the Apollo Space Program in Florida. While there, he vvas . also a scuba diver instructor. s, J ,aff Novv he enjoys square danc- ing and is an active member of the Salina Tvvirlers. He is also working as a consultant on de- veloping solar systems for En- ergy lvlarketing Associates, Inc., out of Hays. 47 Part-time Faculty -wa iljlww l W I Linda Ireton teaches Devel- ' opmental English and Reading Improvement. W-mm--W-MM -f--f 1 . A 4' I A Linda Nelson teaches Basic lVlath. 48 ,.: al ,.,. ., . ,, , fy ' Auefhuvr- 'WJ' "' xx x xt: lj- School. Z .tes g we c f Q A. 2 -,Q 4 .,f: .. . L L4mtj'3':9 R ' , 321 . f '- fi i :E A RWE? 5. 4,27 iw, ,, ,,,-. ,. , .x ii ,L 2? Q yffz gf ai A ' M11 0,1 'f ' Rex Russell, left, took over teaching Private Pilot's Ground Roberta Pontious was a big help to the Computer and Electronics de- partments. When Roberta Pontious left to have her baby, Donita lvlakovec placed her in the ComputerfElectronics department. -...A 15:1 V f' M., 2, , Qi, .. e fi.-E555-"5 c,,t 4 I 22, A ' . ,Q P , 1 W Secretaries . mw ?isj5..j ,ti 5 - A, -,af ' wr. I' , 4 L Jami Schmimming, novv lVlon- nington, is the nevv Aero secre- tary. o . A 'V E Debbie Ecklund has to work double time to keep both Civil and lVlechanical in order. Kathy Hazelwood keeps the General Technology department straight. 49 Administration 4 MW' A? 5 Ei i ' ' .- f if 5 -1 - ,Q 'Vi ' f Q' ffl . 3 v , 1 ,, W NN K.-. I nd if '-'- -W. i Kathleen Sloan is President Creech's secretary. Betty Heikes used to be the Aero secretary. Novv she is Dr. Jensen's secretary. 50 i .' i 3.1, Mfg A President Creech looks at ease in his ofhce. He has been president of KTI since 1976. Robert Jensen is the Academic Dean. You may have seen his car around campus, it is the one with the KTI license plate. Administration izi .M '-AV - . i For those of you vvho graduate f from KTI, Don Buchwald vvill ff, A 'I i ' X sign your transcript. He is KTI's ,f I ' Registrar and Assistant Aca- if fi Ji demic Dean. Karleen Propst, lVlr. Buchvvald's Q5 l-, A secretary seems to be camera S K shy. N231 if 551' Aiw Advisor to SGA, counselor to students, and job finder to po- tential graduates are a fevv of Herb Petracelds jobs, Being lVlr. Petracelds secretary keeps Sandy Smith busy. 45-V 5' fi Q2 L. lVlil4e Farmer is a traveling man, Keeping track of when lVlike or lVlany people have probably He travels around the state get- Elaine are going to be in to heard Elaine Mills on the radio ting recruits for KTI. show recruits around, is part of with her spot announcements Penny Hoffman's job. about KTI. 51 Operational Af-Tairs As KTl's accountant, Gail Ed- wards job is to keep track of the school's rnoney. Frank Gray, with a discouraged look on his face, waits for good news on the telephone. lVlr. Gray is the Director of Opera- tional Affairs. 52 'QA' f" -to ' 'Q ,. ,A . , 35 'V,," i hi- A A ' . . '- Work study students are thank- ful to Angie Vanderbilt, for she handles their paychecks. If youlve ever called KTI be- tween 8 and 5, Lois Woods has probably been the one who an- swered the switchboard. .- 111. i z 1 2 E i we ,, X Q - , -, - .QF gr QVUV 4 F .,,. , ,il 11- 1 1. Y 4.11 Tullis Resource Center 1 ,aw " E I 1 I I 1 H l Q 1 ni' f WZ " 1 f - I A-,, 4 , ,hr -at I g 1 5 , "'-vm.. ,fue ,A in , 4 ff . i 2 n , it 5 ur- ,1,j,o,,g, , bl ,gg ,...,. In N A 4 4 V , Q51 , , Ellen Owen looks up and smiles She is the head librarian at the Believe it or not, students ac- tually do use the library! When looking for a book, Addie Johnston is always ready to help you find its Irene Hamilton assists students and teachers check out slide projectors and movie projec- tors. Student Union and Bookstore l WI ,Q 7,1 Ay- W " - if aww 43 ' lVlary Staab hnds time to read a lVlany students knevv and liked Brenda Pirtle. She was the Student book while on duty as Student Union attendant before her alloted time ran out. Union attendant. 'iff' Slollaf Range-I lmwfnw.. Gordon Hovves plugs his quar- Shirley Jensen exams one ofthe T-shirts for sale in the Bookstore. ters and tries his luck on the new electronic game in the Union. 54 . 4' P54 WM,ee ,,, un. Physical Plant director Bob Smith prepares himself for a full day of activities. Physical Plant 5 . ,. i,,,,,n A. ,, A ,. .5 4 ,g.ri, If Q ' " jjfh. ' j 1 ' , . - 1-1, f ' 1 fi .1 f " x 5 x , 4 f 'ix 4 1 Y 1 , 2 1 ff? is 5 ,, Q 5 i5ce.t,ii,J aeiiiyi 4 , f 4 i, ' My 'Q l 'lf 1 iz t 5? 1 x 4 ' ? .-f qi ' 'ii ws. if ' ,T 1 2, it-15 " . i ft 4, .1353 if 5-Q . . 4' l , i ' 2 QI21, f -3 P ,f grfggfaafiigf ' ' , 'Q' - . X . - X rc g ' . ,- gf ' lifl X I 1 'K l , V at Marjorie Sterling keeps the Physical Plant crew up-to-date on what needs to be done. fri f"'-Q Hi vla- s.,,,-V 1 - c 'i'-' H: f i lililll IIIMQMHQH .-iw ' ' 6 f 4 -iq - wg 9, V A. 6. KPN.. 'vs Qlti i, 9 C, . 15983 -1. ' 4 ,B The Physical Plant crew that keeps the campus in tip-top shape. , .- u -Q f .'- v . 55 Cafeteria Staff I ffm S-.,,,A'," ' ERN Roger Smith waits hungrily for his food! Serving breakfast and lunch to the guys who live in the dorm is a big job. But these seven people have managed to do a pretty good job, while the evening and weekend meals are served by another group of part-time employees. 56 ir- 51 lit lib-t qlpnvglli ifzg-llggy' 1 .l K KTI changed food services this year. American Food Management serves KTI and the Highvvay Patrol. lVIary Carpenter is the manager vvho keeps things cool4in'll . .. Les Kinsler proved that you actually can take your vest off vvithout your jacket leaving your hands. That's Incredible! . I if ACTIVITIES AT KTI . . . ... To shave or not to shave! Joe Davis and Bob Porter couldn't decide whether to shave or not. So they com- promised, they each shaved half 5' PM ' .::.::i--- yf.. ,,.. V V ' " ., M L! ,xl i'yfg..." . v-my 'It "W I 1 ,ggi 1 audi' ja. ... Thor Corvell has taken on the task of rebuilding his own plane. He stripped his plane completely dovvn and rebuilt it. 57 Student Governing Association SGA ofhcers and representa- tives are from I. to r.: Back rovv, Kevin Conant ET, DeLynn IVIovvat CP, Brad Phillips GT, Jerry Steele ET, Randy IVIai iViT, Bob Johnson GT, Brenda Lamer CV, James Conklin CV. lVliddIe rovv, Gyla Carter Secretary, iVlark Burris V-President, IVlona IVIeiIi Student Co-ordinator, Greg Edgington President, Judy lvieyer Treasurer. Front rovv, Scot Latham CP, James Venn AIVI, Jay Parker AIVI, Roger Roemer iVlT. ab. i 4 . if ff? '- ip EX. f 5 fx A 1 . .. .,, N, Z ? ' i L 13 J 5 . Y' I i. - 1? 7' A , pm., '-114 ' - - . wwg. Ml F. 's ..i, T " President Edgington takes a break from his paper work to smile at the camera. SGA officers are from I. to r.: President: Greg Edgington Vice-President: lViark Burris Student Co-ordinator: iViona IVIeiIi Secretary: Gyia Carter Treasurer: Judy Meyer 58 lcql V I ,412 E 'M' 5 Q2 W.. .. it 3, , 359 There does not seem to be any serious business on the agenda for this SGA meeting. James Conklin, President of ASCET took members of ASCET vvho vvere here for the regional meeting on a two hour tour of our campus. is ASC ET lVlark Burris is showing an air motor to members ofthe Na- tional ASCET Associations The air motors were designed and built by mechanical students first semester. This year there are 25 members in ASCET. Bill Sanders is their sponsor. Their ofhcers are: President: James Conklin Vice-President: James Graham Secretary: Jay Parker. 59 Newspaper Newspaper Staff Back row l. to r,: Bob Porter Photographer, Perry Snowball Reporter, Bob Scammell Treasurer, Dale Sulli- van Advisor. Front row: lVlona lVleili SGA Reporter, Gyla Carter SGA Reporter, Kora Jones Edi- tor, Carol Dupree Advisor. 'Hind At right Kora Jones, editor, demonstrates how she does a layout. The steps the newspaper go through to put out a student XS., paper are: 1. Gather stories. 2. Take pictures for major stories. 3. Typeset stories to fit col- umns. Consolidated does this step. 4, Prepare layout. 5. Shoot negatives. 6. Prepare plates. Steps 5 and 6 are done by Elaine lVlills and Vo-Tech. 7. Papers are printed by the KTI Print Shop, 8, Papers are then distributed to technologies. '.l..""---., I::t?"Z' Q f--L'7,:5m""'s Q Pix.: - Tau Omicron Tau Perry Snowball is sitting on his creation. For TOT's project this year they decided to design and build a service counter for the Student Union. TOT's oiticers. L. to r.: Advisor: Ken Stueve Treasurer: Jim Brotton Secretary: Kora Jones Vice-President: Dave Jones President: Bill Rutz E 5 TOT members are from l. to r.: Steve Reavis, Duane Harvey land sonl, Perry Snovvball, Bob Porter, Charles Pirtle, Dave Jones, Greg Edgington, Gregg Snell, Tim Goossen, Jim Brotton. Middle rovv: Bill Rutz, Gloria Sexson, Kris Thompson, Jolene Short, Abad Gonzales, Elaine Stuclcy. Front rovv: Gregg Lindberg, Terri Tea- gue, Gyla Carter, Karla Little. 61 if 1? 451 ,gi it , 5 H s , Q M .Z mfs" .ai:,,.ff'tw'Z ,L-, ' f 'f,'3,, M 'f r Ednor Terr' Teague actuauy Gyia Carter and Kerry Kendrick lay out pages as Terri Teague types found time out from putting the the type Sheets for them yearbook together to get her picture taken. 1 r,.' if ,jk 'BM' ,ge ' if 6 Q M4,wfM'W""" 5 ,. Yearbook members, I. to r.: Back row-Scot Latham, Greg Lindberg, Steve Reavis, Roger Smith, Bud Pe- terson. Front rovv-Gyla Carter, Terri Teague, Karla Little, Junior Gonzales. IVlr. Peterson is the Yearbook Advisor. 62 Members of the Christian Student Association met over their lunch hour. They read lessons from the Bible. , 4 1 ff ff 3 ' faq:-,L , ,y 5f5.,.,,, . , - , ,.. , ,M Wa.. fi, 4 ,ekylfg ,F ,A,4g, , I ft f 'ff af ' 'fy QQQWO' 64" ,ff ,X f ff g ,ff fi , , I A L f I 1 I 'f z 1 ' " 4 3 i' fri f f 'I 1' A ,, f ,ff Q' if ,f 1 5, J ,fl bf be grf " 1 I Q A ' c' was xfx ,rv J Q A 4,43 .,'f'4y-1701, ,fast V. ,, 3 , 1 4, x.-. 1. - V . L-f ',.-WW., " . iv . ' ' " ' " Q 'Y.'V:5'?37fi V r ,A T' 272. V1 - -1 14114 pf!-, .,oylf,5sf-1.,.,y.v.34Zv,-MJ! ,f,.,,,,, , ,, f . I fe ,f az' 4,4-,rl - - -. '71 ' ' . ' ' " ' , f .. ' Q ,- ' , 5 2 ' ' 1 W. I , ' V M F ' ' f 2 11' ' ' ' if 'V -' V, . 1 44 ,, f ,1 - 1 4 1 ' 7. ' ' 'e y . "' ,W4f.i.:","f."'1"I. If-'13-.5 ?'5'2QQ42 ' 1, 552 r " , ' -Q. , ff gi 'X W ' we ' -:I+ :,,2:'ff.-gr,'- ' '12, , " ,f "mf, if-' - J A v. ?., V 4 ..1 -.-, - -' E 1 '. ,. AW. 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Other Clubs 63 Other Clubs 64 2, .V-, 4 , ' -:ff ,- Q. 1 I .7 ' ' , - E Q . ,QW , , . , , ,, My A' A 4 K mink: Freshman Wingnuts decided to revive lVlodeI Club and began by Flying radio controlled airplanes. Sharing a common interest in taking pictures, Photo Club formed to teach those who wanted to learn how to operate 35mm cameras. They would like to enter all of their great photos in a contest! 3 'I Freshman Drientation During Freshman Orientation several participants take on the faculty in a volleyball game. - ,ff 1 .l Nlac Ashburn gives some insight as to what the freshmen can expect during their two year study of lVlechanicalfSolar En- gineering at KTI. 65 Parent-Alumni Day Kelly Hadley explains concrete mix design to his parents. ...QJQ 'xi 3 5-i Bob Johnson and Brad Phillips shovv off Physics Lab equipment in their new white coats. 66 A Mechanical student demonstrates advanced llsand box" technology. Homecoming-Egg Race .. aa! a Homecoming candidates are I. to r.: Bill Rutz, Karla Little, Gregg Snell, Sharie Ballantyne, Terry Loveland, Debbie Prickett, Kent lGatorl Dively, Stephanie Beichle, Brad Phillips, Judy Wesley, and Alan Berjfeld. X he 7 f Queen Judy and King Terry preside 5-5 lveeli over the royal festivities. ' lf ff ' l aff' ,f-"W l W, 5 9 'Je Jon Lindstrom accepts his lst place trophy for the fastest egg race time of the day from Don Buchvvald. 67 Extra Activities No they did not run out of gas!! These Aero students are demon- strating a new sporting event- Shoving a Chevette!! 4 ., ,Sc .. ..,. ,,,s- . , . S+ 'WS1 game' we-2 i m...,,,,g3., k ::::w..: :zz -- ::---:g,-- .,..-::: --:---..t ,-M-A ......,,-- -......- M.,-.' Q...-1- T 'E E: H safes l J gifi1i':iP.2f5S15i -13 " - , , V. V. A .,g:.. ,- 4, 1'1:I'1,.gj3:gf-1 N E V . V 1 , A , I js. 5 ,a are .M N .rw .1 -, f"f ' r Q .f i .i .,,., sf g 2 2 t sw- ' f Student Activity Council brought a new and interesting form of entertainment to campus. As Micah and Laura, professional IVIimes, did their thing. 68 'M Q-7 Concrete Canoe Race 'U " rf ff' ir ' ,, "M X M, ,,,,,.1,NQ,+-W"' wr is fr 'fs , t .fc it ft if 1 , 'ff ',', 4 4 I ' 'Q fi "" 5.1 it 've' f it Dear Lord please don't let our canoe break before we finish the race. W' I sure hope this baby floats! 'fi an iw , 5 www, i. 'i' -.,.c,.A., ., , ...A W, -H 4 - ,.m,,Ab.,....,,, ' ' . f' t 5. 4 V -l1",f32.,'Z".fff' "Q, f'.'f4'iL,fg.', 'iig-il' ' ,J F, ,iv ' '3?"i?2f4!'q,'? .-- -' ti, t , H . f-,. ff M1 , ,.,,. 4.5 fp, .et - , x,t,A.,V-,. ' 4 , 'iifnf fffray " 153' A My 3, . . .-..,.,4'wff,r V-f -. , ' A' ft 4 . A: ' 2' ' W5::'f71's'f,n??' Wax" if ,f ' r A, 1 '1 2, , 1555 "gn -4' ---.,gff1:!!2ki 4. 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R Ray Woodson lets lVIark Burris know he is loved, but he didn't say by whom. J! G if i "' 70 Semi-Formal Dance K 1 RFI fffwwftf to 2 WW The Rex Hedding Band performed at the Semi-Formal dance. i- 1'., ' J N jk V Several KTI students, faculty, and their guests enjoyed some dancing after the banquet. lVlona Meili is not camera shy. 1' As with any party, the action im- proves as the hours go by. 71 M Spring Dlympics ua, A.. Judy Wesley prayed for a quick ending. She was relieved as her team galloped to first. A jail was the new attraction at the Spring Olympics. Judy Wesley gives the cell mates their shower. Olympic participants take a short break between events. 72 l l l Q l il li l 1 i. l l l . Spring Olympics De Lynn IVlowat demonstrates the proper form for the cylinder throw. - 1 Q . 1 , Kevin Conant prepares to throw the first of his feeble attempts. Q eq, I e A T i Watch out for Iovv flying aircraft because here it comes. 73 Spring Olympics There is a right way and a wrong way to toss a broom. This is defin- itely the wrong way. MJ V Right. Left. Right. Left Oh darn! I got a run in my hose! 74 Ray Woodson demonstrates his version of uhanging loose". Scot Latham struggles to finish the last leg of the obstacle course. Spring Dlympics No telling who or what will pop out of holes these days. Kendal Rohr attempts to smile after winning the obstacle course. 75 Football -,, . .ff Gotcha! I ,I 5 , 2 A ,L L 4 s 6. 1 xl! I X I " . V u , Q i o il -D A Ao -,,, AV,, ?AW,- ,ag f .V 1.., ' , ..' I Here Paul, you take it. I'm too young to die. lVly flag, not my pants. Down, Set, HIKE! 76 5 5 4 f H Hg X Af aux ww... ,, A f, af" of N' . I '44 -m"f1'9'iJ" ' -21' 'MM - fa -Y fffwwww , ,ga , QM' ,g,1,.f:f-, , A nfl, I' U 4 4. 4: V ', Basketball g Aa! Mark Burris, above, you forgot your right guard. Will it make it? 77 Bowling League bowling was an added sport this year. David Jones concentrates on the pins. 78 3. Ns' 5 W- 1 ' f wwfaw.-,v, 5 l Curve ball. Curtis Voldrich waits for a strike Winners Smiling faces tells you vvho vvon i the bowling tournament first semester. Annette Klein, hovv did you manage to get to bowl with three guys? These four vvon the second semes- ter league. Ji., kk, nz, Zauaunffg V 'xi' " ,M at f W, ,pi 523, ,ff a W -8 A 2 1 fs . Q A ts. xg. W, X U f The chicken Chokers woken" , their way to lst place during the Q ' 3 Q: V football season and homecoming. ss it i V ggvf' all if?" 79 Winners The post season basketball tourna- ment vvas vvon by members of the AE RO team. E I E Q - 2 -5 .1 kt Winners ofthe Novice Bracket of the racquetball show off their trophies. Kendal Rohr and Charles Pirtle placed in both tournaments. These are the good guys. They are the winners of the Expert Bracket of the racquetball tourna- ment. Brian Bell and David Joss placed in both tournaments. 80 if Ei E1 David Jones gave a 'lsrnaII" accept- ance speech for his award of out standing senior in the Electronics department. President Creech gave a special mallet and plague for a job well done by Greg Edgington, SGA President. Graduation Terri Teague accepts her award for participation as editor ofthe 1981 yearbook. 2 i E 2 r 1m-- i . 'S 2 l . 3 Z 'VV,4. glufiy. , .ic X 2 V r MM! 1 pul -, 5 . Ushers for graduation are from I. to r.: Janet Roof, Judith Wes- ley, Jon Lindstrom, Le Ann Brandyberry, and Gregg Lindberg. 81 Graduation The Data Processing department ' Q' shovvs they know hovv to play ff .5 j , f V, llfollovv the leader" during rehear- ga ' r M 5'3" A :I ril.. , ,f',,4 f H J VNV.: ,I C . ,, . . V V iqz Q: R Ji , A 'lj Z?a,g,f t , rrrd if I ' Q yi, N ,PAV . ,V.4 , f TW p W' Even the faculty members can play llfollovv the leader", but this was for real. 82 V Bill Powell announces his Civil A students as the rest of the faculty watch. Regent Pickert addresses the Class of '8l. I' , , fr 'Y 'iff , f J if Z , ef Graduation Can you believe it's finally over? Graduated seniors and friends en- joyed the fresher, cooler air out- side for reception. auf My Vai r . ' , 7 f:'Z1'.2 , Ri f f' ' ' , 'if-Q Q ' M'-f-M I-13, : 7 'fam 'V 2 . '- if , I AM, '-F: ,f . Mal 'X -..,X Faculty vvives, above, set up the reception table and did a good job on it. Tim Wann, left, adds a western flair to the graduation cap! 83 'I Alumni Picnic M .,.,,,,?, i T 1 H. ,, ., ' . L . vw-, Q I il 1 Z, 4 1 In 2 44'v ,.i,,',,,,i . 3 i 'L , i 5 y f Sandy Smith discusses the Getting closer to the truth. One, tvvo, three,-SPLASH! vvater temperature with the guys. w'ff'ai5: :fa ,ms 2645 I vvas hired for my looks! 84 A quiet ride on the lake. Hey you guys, I think we lost something. ..l --N.--.f-.rv-' 0 MWis.4' Q .agfggel Mug' Y K' Fans He who has a thing to sell and goes and whispers in a well, Is not so apt to get the dollars, As he who climbs the tree and hollers -Anonymous- Q4 if 'z fi 4,1 gf Me' 5 Q' "9 Ns.-,i '44 . gg?-Q . 4, g kip' . 'ff nfwlafv -'Vf exp: 17' W -' ,.- of , "' -' mf.-Q if e ff ' J,--Q, ffl 'ff .r A I V. Q' 1 35.44 . fm EQ!-3ff?!"V ' ' .. -, .. . ui,w,.'Q55.,,v,,,,k:,,a, f . , W ,, N .:,,.' . ,' , 7 M. x ,, - 1-Lp' :ZlLJfiw21'1if" ' f 3 ff -A ., 5315 - N' ,. -: v-,fam ., ' Q,-2y,Laiufa4.Af. zz: v- fn' f -- 1 'H - ' 'V , . . y """i" , ,v ., ,, .. 510: , ff .V ., ., ,W We .-ky. 4. 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T i I I I I ' ' , KS - CDNGRATU LATIDNS GRADUATES Sallna Technlcal 84 Drafting Services Doug Sunclblum owner 1911 S Ohlo 2 Clare Generator Servlce Inc 801 N 10th Clark s T V 84 Communications I-luntslnger s Decoratlng Center Inc 145 S Santa Fe Jllka Furnlture 84 Carpet 131 S Santa Fe 132 S 5th IVlorrlson Bunldung Supply 707 N Broadway Pettle s Flowers 341 Center 633 N Broadway Joseph P Roth 84 Sons 1829 S Ohio Sallna Offlce Supply Inc 129 S Santa Fe 1579 2140 Pl3.l'l6lL Ave.-2140 S. 9th picklefs Marina Q2 l We've Only Just Begun We've only just begun to live White lace and promises A kiss for luck and we're on our way Before the rising sun we fly So many roads to choose We start out walking and learn to run And when the evening comes we smile So much of life ahead t We'Il find a place where there's room to 4 grow We've just begun Sharing horizons that are new to us Watching the signs along the way Talking it over just the two of us Working together day to day ul Willia l 1 Alstatt, Letha 13, 26, 78, Amershi, Arif 10, 11 Anderes, Richard 34 Anderson, Robert 27 Andrew, Dan 37 Armstrong, William 13 Arnold, Jennie 13, 17 Arnold, Michael 27 Ashbaugh, James 4 Ashburn, Mac 47, 65 Austin, Kevin 27 Baer, Buz 44, 82 Bailes, Danny 10 Baker, Patrick 34 Ballantyne 4, 7, 67 Barajas, Victoria 13 Barker, David 27 Bates, Beth 13 Bay, Edward 27 Bayles, Joseph 37 Beck, Michael 27 Beichle, Stephanie 34, 67 Bell, Brian 4, 68, 80, 83 Bennett, Robert 34 Bergfeld, Alan 27, 67 Bernard, Ken 41, 82 Bernhardt, Shirley 34 Bhatti, Shazad H. 13, 73 Bickell, Michael 10 Bieker, Lawrence 37 Billups, Douglas 4 Bingam, Bob 45, 72 Bippus, Josselynne 14 Bjornstad, Doug 37 Blagg, Bruce 14 Blount, Les 9, 41, 65 Brady, Steve 14, 23, 79 Brandyberry, LeaAnn 14, 81 Braum, Philip 14 Brewer, Danny 14, 26, 63 Brin, Randall 10 Brotton, Jim 14, 61, 63 Brown, Michael 14 Brown, William 37 Buchwald, Don 51, 59, 67 Burkle, Marlene 14 94 Index Burris, Mark 37, 58, 59, 70, 76, 77, 79 Byarlay, Roger 37 Cade, Larry 14 Carr, Larry 4 Carrell, William 10 Carter, Gyla 14, 21, 58, 60, 61 62, 69 Carvell, Thor 4, 57 Champlin, Greg 34 Charles, Scott 14 Charley, Alan 14 Cleaver, Larry P. 27 Conant, Kevin 27, 58, 73, 76, 83 Conklin, James 10, 58, 59, 71 Connelly, Kathy 43 Creech, Tom 50, 81 Creech, Jr, Thomas 15 Crowther, Alan 37 Currier, Edward 34 Daily, Roger 10 Davis, Chris 37 Davis, Joe 13, 15, 57, 78 Davis, Robert 27 Davis-Jones, Kora 18, 35, 60, 61 Delker, David 43, 82 Deppe, Scott 10 Dively, Kent lGatorl 10, 63, 67 69, 76 Dodson, Wade 10 Dorweiler, Lloyd 10 Downie, Bryan 27 Drinen, Carrol D. 34 Drudge, Debra 15 Dupree, Carol 45, 60 Earley, Richard 10 Easterday, Kirk 4 Ecklund, Debbie 49 Edgington, Greg 15, 58, 61, 67 70, 71, 81 Edwards, Gail 52 Elzinga, Mark 28 I Engelbert, Mary 15, 25 Erlacher, Stephen 37 Eustice, Marion 37 Ewing, John 4 Farmer, Larry 44 Farmer, Mike 51, 71, 74 Fitzsimmons, Steven 28, 31 Ford, Paul 28 Fouse, Richard 28, 35 Fradd Jr., Kenneth 28 Francis, Douglas 11, 63, 69, 77 84 Frauenfelder, Roy 28 Frazier, Don 16 Frederick, Ron 16 French, R.E. 28 Fuhrman, Paula ll Garrison, Bill 41, 64 Garrison Jr., William 4, 64 Glessner, Larry 11, 63, 76, 79, 84 Gonzales Jr., Abad 15, 16, 61, 62 Goodwin, Miles 28 Goossen, Tim 13, 16, 61 Gore, Michael 37, 39 Graham, James 38 Graham, Lisa 16 Gray, Frank 52, 65 Green, Gerard 28, 38 Griflin, Roberta 34, 69 Gritty IV, Elbridge 34 Gronewoller, John 4 Haas, Paul 16, 76, 79 Habrock, Dale 28 Hadley, Kelly 11, 66, 69, 79 Hahn, Kathy 16 Hall Jr., William 16 Hamilton, Irene 53 Hanson, Carolyn 16 Harbaugh, Richard 28 Harding, Kenneth 38 Hardy, Brian 16 Harradine, George 43 Harrill, Tamara 16 Harrison, Terry 16 Harrod, Scott 4, 68, 80 Harvey, Duane 17, 31, 61 Haslett, Floyd 16 Hauck, Thomas 11 Haug, Michael 11 Hazelwood, Kathy 49 Headgepath, Terry 38 Heikes, Betty 50 Heinen, Chris 29, 35 Hennes, Mark 38 Herrman, Don 42 Herrmann, Wayne 17 Hlad, Jerold 38 Hlad, Troy 34 Hoffman, Penny 51 Hogue, Mark 4 Holland, James 17 Holland, Terry 12, 16, 76 Hollander, Norris 29 Holt, Stephanie 12 Homolka, Bob 45 Hoover, Tony 17 Howes, Gordon 17, 54 Hubbard, William 12 Hudson, Charles 19, 29 Hunsecker, Ronald 18 Hutton, Donald 29 Ikenberry, Harold 34 Ireton, Linda 48 Irwin, Jeanne 29 Jackson, E.W. 41 Jensen, Robert 50, 82 Jensen, Ronald 29 Jensen, Shirley 54 Jensen, Steven 18 Jensik, Jan 12, 69 Johannes, Michael 12 Johnson, Bob 35, 58, 66 Johnson, Loren 30 Johnston, Addie 53 Jones, Dave 30, 61, 78, 79, 81 Joss, David 30, 77, 80 Juhnke, Alan 5, 9, 64 Justus, Cynthia 18 Kary, Michael 30 Kearn, Terry 30, 76 Kendrick, Kerry 5, 62 Kinsler, Les 46, 57 Klanke, Jim 38 Klein, Annette 18, 35, 78, 79 Klinzman, Karla 19 Knott, Robert 5, 64 Knox, Tim 18 Krouse, Kenneth 18, 72 Lamer, Brenda 12, 58, 69, 81 Landon, Tim 46 Lantz, Bernard 38 Larson, Lynda 18 Latham, Scot 18, 58, 62, 64, 69, 71, 75, 79 Lawrence, Glen 13, 30, 64 Lawson, Eugene 38 Lemaster, Jeffery 35 Liepitz, Damon 5 Lin, Yih-Chun 18 Lockhart, Gerald 35 Lincoln, Chris 38 Lindberg, Gregg 5, 61, 62, 81 Lindstrom, Jon 18, 21, 67, 81 Little, Karla 15, 19, 61, 62, 67 Lloyd, John 43 Loeflier, Jolene 35 Lott, Gerald 30 Loveland, Terry-5, 67 Ludden, Gary 19 Lumry, Wesley 6, 9, 64 Lykins, Nancy 30 Mackes, Shirley 19 Mahoney, Tom 38 Mai, Randall 58 Makovec, Donita 49, 84 Mansfield, Louis 19 Marihugh, Robert 6 Mart, Robert 30 Martin, Donald 38, 39, 70, 71 Martin, John 12 Mat, Randall 39 McCann II, John 30, 33 McClasky, Michael 35 McConnell, Robert 30 McCreary, Jeffrey 39 McDaniel, Ronald 30 McDermott, Jean 19 McElwain, Russell 6 Mclntyre, Harvey 19 McKim, William 31, 78, 79 McLean, Tim 39 McNamara, James 20 Meili, Mona 20, 58, 60, 69 70 71, 73, 74 Meyer, Judy 20, 58, 71, 82 Michalski, John 31 Middleton, George 20 Milligan, Ramona 20 Moline, David W. 20 Moll, Scott 20 Monnington, Jami 49 Montgomery, Max 20 Montgomery, Maxine 43 Moore, Brian 20 Moore, Michael 6 Morgan, Gary 39 Morgan, Terri 20, 78 Moritz, James 20 Morris, Philip 31 Mosiman, Mitchell 6 Mounkes, Deborah 20 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