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Full text of "The banyan"

COLORFUL . . . CHANGING . . . CHALLENGING 




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Amidst a splash of fall color we migrated 
back from summer jobs and summer ro- 
mances to the honored halls of higher edu- 
cation— Brigham Young University. Here we 
found what the "Indians" have long been 
seeking, "the happy hunting ground." 



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inspiration in their quiet dignity and solace 
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ANXIOUS .... ACHIEVING 



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Newness shrouded the campus that greeted us in the 
fall. New buildings being finished . . . new teachers 
added to the faculty . . . new semester system. As the 
year progressed we watched the old "D" dorms and the 
last relic remaining of the North Building yield to the 
new. Ground for the alumni building was broken . . . 
Newness. 








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HIGHER EDUCATION MINGLED 
WITH HUSBAND HUNTING 



The girls really supported BYU ring week. As a 
matter of fact, they supported it every week. 





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COMEDY .... CROWDS CULTURE 




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I met a seer. 

He held in his hands 

The book of wisdom. 

"Sir," I addressed him, 

"Let me read." 

"Child—" he began. 

"Sir," I said, 

"Think not that I am a child. 

For already I know much 

Of that which you hold; 

Aye, much." 

He smiled. 

Then he opened the book 

And held it before me. 

Strange that I should have 

grown so suddenly blind. 
(Stephen Crane) 




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WORKING WISHING WISDOM 



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The wayfarer, 

Perceiving the pathway to truth, 

Was struck with astonishment. 

It was thickly grown with weeds. 

"Ha," he said, 

"I see that no one has passed here 

In a long time." 

Later he saw that each weed 

Was a singular knife. 

"Well," he mumbled at last, 

"Doubtless there are other roads." 
(Stephen Crane) 



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For some of us college became a time plagued with question- 
asking turmoil. For others it became a gratifying period of 
learning the answers to troubling theological and philosophical 
problems. 

We included almost 700 non-Latter-day Saints, a representation 
of faiths ranging from agnostic to Islam. Of the other Christian 
faiths Catholic, Methodist, and Presbyterian were the denomin- 
ations most prevalent. 





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EXUBERANT .... ENERGETIC .... 

ENTERTAINMENT 



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We came to learn . . . and so we did. We learned how to 
throw better snowballs . . . how to ride a skate board . . . 
how to get along with each other. Oh, yes, we took time 
out for studies, too. 




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Editor 

Associate Editor 
Art Editor 
Copy Editor 
Photo Coordinator 
Business Manager 
Adviser 



Allan Frazier 

Penne Freebairn 

Dick Brown 

Charlotte Britsch 

Gary Hopkinson 

Royal Peterson 

Glenn Davis 



Published by 

The Associated Students of Brigham Young University. 

Brigham Young University Provo, Utah 








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ADMINISTRATION 



Board of Trustees 
Administrative Council 
General Administration 
Colleges .... 
Student Leadership 



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FINE ARTS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



SPORTS 



ACTIVITIES 



STUDENTS 



Music Organizations .... 74 

Drama 94 

Lyceums, Forums, Devotionals . .104 

Orchesis HO 

Art 112 

Honors Section 114 

IOC 122 

Social Units 125 

Service Units 158 

Honorary Units 171 

Special Interest Units . . . .179 
Publications 204 

Pep Activities 218 

Football 220 

Basketball 230 

Track 240 

Baseball 244 

Intramurals 246 

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Fall Semester 250 

World Events 273 

Spring Semester 276 




Graduates 

Seniors 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 



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INDEX 



Indexes 408 






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Board of Trustees 26 

Administrative Council 28 

General Administration 30 

Colleges 34 

Student Leadership 60 








Joseph Fielding Smith Harold B. Lee 



Spencer W. Kimball Ezra T. Benson 



Mark E. Petersen 



Delbert L. Stapley 



Marion G. Romney LeGrand Richards 







BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Richard L. Evans 



George Q. Morris 



Hugh B. Brown 



Howard W. Hunter 









J. Reuben Clark, Jr. 




Henry D. AAoyle 



President David O. McKay 



THE FIRST PRESIDENCY 

Students and faculty alike at Brighann 
Young University are well aware that they 
are being led by nnen of God. Men with 
the spiritual insight to be able to plan and 
dictate the future of this university. 
With President David O. McKay heading 
the Board of Trustees of this institution, 
great strides in the physical plant and aca- 
demic achievement of the university have 
been made. Millions of dollars have been 
spent and thousands of students are able to 
study because of these improvements. 
Karl G. Maeser was entrusted by Brigham 
Young to teach the principles of the gospel 
to all who attended. Today that same trust 
and those same principles are being upheld. 



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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 



For ten years now, President Ernest L. Wilkinson has 
acted as head of the Brigham Young University. Un- 
der his administrative hand, the campus and enroll- 
ment have experienced tremendous growth. President 
Wilkinson is known for his drive, stamina, and de- 
votion in achieving what has been termed as making 
BYU the "greatest university of its kind in the world." 
Brigham Young University with an enrollment close 
to 11,000 is rapidly approaching its destiny. 



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Right: President Ernest L. Wilkinson stops for a mo- 
ment in the lobby of the George Albert Smith Field- 
house. Below: President Wilkinson and President David 
O. McKay meet in the Church leader's office. 





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ADMINISTRATIVE 
COUNCIL 



Top row: William E. Berreft, Vice President; John 
T. Bernhard, Assistant to the President; William 
Noble Waite, Assistant to the President. Middle 
row: Earl C. Crockett, Vice President; Harvey L. 
Taylor, Vice President. Bottom row: Joseph T. Bent- 
ley, Comptroller; Ben E. Lewis, Vice President; 
Clyde D. Sandgren, Vice President and General 
Counsel. 








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GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 



The administrators of Brigham Young University's many 
auxiliary services deserve to be acknowledged in 
the pages of the 1961 Banyan. From the food being pre- 
pared in Cannon Center to the fires kindled in the physi- 
cal plant, endless hours are spent in planning and keep- 
ing the university running. 

Included in the many "unknown" faces on campus, 
we find a dedicated and determined calibre of personnel 
ready to make the university an ideal study situation for 
the myriad of students who attend. Known usually just as 
the "staff" these persons go about their work in very 
unobtrusive fashion. 

These people are rugged and ready to make the most 
of their work. Enabling the university to reach its destiny 
and place among the universities of the world. 




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(1) Kiefer B. Sauls, Treasurer; (2) Orrin H. Jackson, Admis- 
sions Officer; (3) Fred A. Schwendiman, Director of Housing; 
(4) C. R. Peterson, Purchasing Director; (5) Herald R. Clark, 
Forums, Devotionals, Lyceums; (6) Raymond E. Beckham, 
Alumni Secretary; (7) Glenn Davis, Publications Adviser; (8) 
Sam Brewster, Director of Physical Plant; (9) Robert F. Gwil- 
liam, Indian Students Adviser; (10) Keith B. Duff in, Director 
of Placement Bureau; (11) Wells P. Cloward, Director of 
Food Services; (12) Edv^^in J. Butterworth, Director of News 
Bureau; (13) S. Lyman Tyler, Director of Libraries; (14) Alma 
King, Personnel; (15) Lester B. Whetten, Director of Public 
Relations; (16) Lucile Spencer, Registrar's Office. 








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(1) Darrell L. Moses, Academic 
Standards; (2) Jennie Jones, Wo- 
men's Housing; (3) Paul Felt, 
Student Coordinator; (4) Ernest 
Olson, University Publications; 
(5) Antone K. Romney, Dean of 
Students; (6) Frank Haymore, Uni- 
versity Press; (7) Floyd Taylor, 
Ticket Office; (8) Leonard Chris- 
tensen. Security; (9) Tracy Hall, 
Director of Research; (10) Don 
Pugmire, Photo Studio. 






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(1) Richard Dayhuff, Data Proces- 
sing; (2) Wetzel Whitaker, Motion 
Pictures; (3) Neil McKnight, Stu- 
dent Supply; (4) Ariel Ballif, For- 
eign Students Adviser; (5) Clyde 
Parker, Counseling; (6) Carl Jones, 
Men's Housing; (7) Kenneth Laur- 
itzen. Discipline Counselor; (8) 
Alma Burton, Dean of Adnnissions. 






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COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL AND 
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 



Occupying the position of Dean of the College of Agricul- 
ture and Biological Sciences is Rudger H. Walker, who is 
spending his first year at Brigham Young University. 
The amiable dean grew up on a farm in Idaho, where he 
first became well acquainted with plants and animals. 
He received his B.S. degree at BYU and his M.S. and 
Ph.D. at Iowa State University, where he later served as 
a faculty member for 1 1 years. For 22 years he served 
as Dean of the College of Agriculture at Utah State Uni- 
versity. In 1952, Dean Walker served as the Assistant 
Chief of a Foreign Agriculture Service of the U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. He has been a member of the U. S. 
National Commission for United Nations Educational, 
Scientific, and Cultural Organization. In 1948 he served 
as chairman of the United Nations Food and Agricultural 
Organization to Thailand. During the past two years he 
was in Iran, where he supervised USU contracts with the 
U. S. government and the government of Iran on technical 
assistance work with the ministry of agriculture in Iran 
and with Tehran University. Dean Walker is presently 
a member of the Board of Trustees for the American Uni- 
versity of Beirut in Lebanon. 

The "Y" has an outstanding program in biological science 
and a well-trained and competent faculty to give excep- 
tional training to students. Dean Walker emphasized that, 
contrary to common t>elief, agriculture is not losing its 
place in America. Highly trained people are needed in 
agriculture more than ever, and the importance of agri- 
cultural training in college is increasing. The college is 
graduating several in the agriculture program this year. 
For coming years, the program in the biological sciences 
is being strengthened so that work leading to the Ph.D. 
in Botany, Zoology, and Bacteriology can be given. 



Dean Rudger H. Walker of the College of Biological and Ag- 
ricultural Sciences. 




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The College of Biological and Agricul- 
tural department heads include: C. Lynn 
Hayward, Zoology and Entomology; Er- 
nest Reimschiissel, Horticulture; Lawrence 
Morris, Animal Husbandry; Dean Walker; 
Kent McKnight, Botany; and Ivan Cor- 
bridge, Agricultural Economics. Standing 
are; David Donaldson, Bacteriology, and 
Chase Allred, Agronomy. 




Study through the microscope has revealed 
many vital facts which we depend upon. 
In this College on our campus study to 
reveal the cause of cancer has been under- 
taken. Of prime importance to the agri- 
culture student is the experimental dairy 
farm operated by the university. 




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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 



Dean Weldon J. Taylor has been at the BYU since 1937 
and has been Dean since February 1960. He received his 
B.S. degree in 1934 from BYU, his Masters of Business 
Administration degree from Harvard Business School in 
1937, and his Ph.D. in Business from New York Univer- 
sity in 1955. Dean Taylor received the Founders Day Cer- 
tificate of Achievement which is the highest citation for 
scholarship awarded by New York University. From 1953 
to 1955 he received six situations of teaching merit from 
the New York Council of Market Research, since six of 
his students received top honors in national market re- 
search competition. He was consultant for the founding 
of Greater Utah Valley, Inc., and was executive secretary 
of the same for three years. 



Dean Taylor has numerous publications in the field of 
market research and advertising, and he is currently 
authoring a text book on principles of marketing, which 
is to be published in the spring of 1 961 . 

Having served as a bishop, and as district president of 
the Northern States Mission, Dean Taylor is presently 
serving on his fourth high council. He leads a capable 
and outstanding staff in the College of Business. 

Highlighting the year for the College of Business have 
been the completion of the new Jesse Knight Building 
and the forthcoming addition of the Masters Program 
In Business Administration. The Jesse Knight building 
was readied for accupancy for 1960 fall semester classes 
and was dedicated October 10, 1960. The building con- 
tains 34 classrooms, 68 faculty offices, and additional 
office areas for the dean and the administrative and sec- 
retarial staffs. Four laboratory areas, a periodical and 
study room and a research and case-study materials stor- 
age room are provided. The north portion of the building 
is brick-enclosed to permit the unique construction design 
of the case discussion rooms, unique in the Intermountain 
West, and the large lecture hall which occupy that area. 

The new Masters Program in Business Administration will 
be a full two-year course for all students regardless of 
their undergraduate training. This Masters Program is 
on a par with programs at both Harvard and Stanford 
Universities, in contrast to the usual one-year program 
beyond the bachelor's degree at most other institutions. 
The program will go into operation next September. The 
College of Business has an annual enrollment of approx- 
imately 1200 with 300 business majors graduating each 
year. 





Above: Dean Weldon J. Taylor 

left: The new Jesse Knight Business'Building. 




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By moving into the new Jesse Knight Build- 
ing, the College of Business was able to ex- 
pand the facilities and curriculum for the in- 
quiring business student. Of special interest 
is the new computer research center in the 
basement of the building. And of course 
those same old type classes are available in 
this ultra-modern plant. 




The department chairmen in the College of Business meet together with Dean Taylor at least 
once a month to discuss the problems and future of the business college. Here Glen T. Nel- 
son, chairman of Economics, and Robert J. Smith, chairman of Acounting, talk with Clinton 
Oakes, chairman of Business Management; Howard C. Nielsen, chairman of Statistics; and 
Edward Christensen, chairman of Business Education and Office Management. 



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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Dean John A. Clarke, Acting Dean of the College of Edu- 
cation, has had notable experience in his field since he 
first began teaching 33 years ago in a rural one-room 
school. Dean Clarke received his B.S. degree at BYU in 
1938 and his M.S. degree in 1942; in 1950 he received 
his Ed.D. degree at the University of Colorado. In 1937 
Dean Clarke was a teacher in the Laboratory School at 
BYU and seven years later became Principal. In 1950 
he became chairman of the Department of Secondary 
Education and Director of Student Teaching, and he spent 
1953-55 as advisor to the Iranian AAinistory of Education 
In Secondary School Curriculum. For the next five years 
Dean Clarke served as a Professor of Secondary Educa- 
tion and then as director of the Teacher's Certification Of- 
fice, and Professor of Educational Administration until 
reaching his present position. Dean Clarke is also cur- 
rently bishop of the BYU sixth v^/ard. 

Of the College of Education, Dean Clarke said, "The Col- 
lege of Education is proud of the fine v\/orking relation- 
ships which exist between it and the other colleges on 
campus. Other colleges assure us of excellent academic 
preparation for our students and the College of Education 
gives them the professional courses which equip them 
to serve effectively as inspiring leaders in the classroom. 

Approximately half of the students at B.Y.U. have indi- 
cated that they are interested in obtaining a teaching cer- 
tificate. It is the purpose of our college to prepare them 
in such a way that they can go into the public schools 
of America and function as effective classroom teachers 
and administrators. We are proud of the record made by 
former graduates of our college and we are sure that 
the teachers in the class of 1961 will accept the great 
responsibility that they have for leadership in education." 

The college is filled with many fine teachers and has 
outstanding materials for student use in the curriculum 
lab and education library. 




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left: The teacher assumes an important role in our society today and at Brigham Young Univer- 
sity over 4000 students are seeking teaching certificates. Bottom left: Acting Dean John Clarke 
pauses in front of the McKay Building. 




Education surveys, the curriculum lab, and 
the classroom are all familiar to the stu- 
dent teacher in the College of Education. 
First hand experience is obtained through 
student teaching throughout the entire 
western United States. Brigham Young U. 
is third in the nation with the number 
seeking teacher certificates. 




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COLLEGE OF FAMILY LIVING 



Dr. Jack Byron Trunnell, Dean of the College of Fam- 
ily Living for two years, has received several professional 
appointments in the field of medicine and has taken part 
in extensive clinical research. Dean Trunnell received his 
M.D. at the University of Utah in 1945 and is currently 
a member of a number of medical and scientific societies. 
He has had several publications in the fields of cancer and 
thyroid research. Before coming to the Y, Dean Trunnell 
v\/as assistant professor of medicine at the University of 
Texas Post-graduate School of Medicine, and four years 
later, associate professor. At the Y he was made professor 
of developmental biology until he became Dean in 1958. 
He is now conducting extensive research in the field of 
cancer. After serving as president of the Houston Stake, 
Dean Trunnell is currently a member of the high council 
of the West Sharon Stake. 

The College of Family Living is enlarging rapidly and ac- 
cording to Dean Trunnell, is ahead of most of the other 
colleges in enrollment. A new development in the college 
is the forthcoming laboratory, which will make it possible 
for a more scientific college than in the past, and which 
is a major development in beginning a bigger plan of 
research. 

The college has conducted studies of the development of 
good spiritual and mental health in the family. Under 
this program, students are brought to an understanding 
of the methods involved in setting up a good home life 
and forming the characters of the members of the fam- 
ily. This college connects very closely the principles of 
the gospel with the problems involved in family rela- 
tions and solutions the gospel offers for these problems. 




Upper right: Dean Jack B. Trunnell takes a few minutes from 
his busy schedule to pause on the Family Living steps. Right: 
Trained technicians are employed in the Family Living nursery 
to make it possible for students to observe problems and 
actions of children. 






All types of toys and gimmicks are given 
to the children to help them enjoy them- 
selves while they are staying in the Family 
Living Center. 



In the foods preparation kitchen, students 
can learn to prepare large meals as if in 
a hotel jjr cafeteria. During the semester 
they sell the luncheon meal to students 
and faculty. Upholstering and other skills 
are taught in home improvement classes. 
Reflected in the mirrors in the sevi^ing 
room, these coeds patiently learn to cul- 
tivate the hand of a seamstress. 



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COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 




The College of Fine Arts of BYU is superior to many 
others in the West. This reputation is resultant from the 
excellent stimulus to greater appreciation and develop- 
ment of applicable aesthetics that is here offered. The 
prolificacy of the faculty has aided in the enrichment of 
the campus cultural environment. 1960-61 has given 
rise to an impetus of expansion and transition in the 
College of Fine Arts. The department of television and 
radio has witnessed a great deal of progress. Most signi- 
ficant is the use of video tape, v^hich now allows pro- 
grams to be filmed here and sent out to channels through- 
out the country. AAuch new equipment has been added, 
and many educational programs are impending. The 
music series presented over KUED is a successful attri- 
bute to the college. Also enlarging in its dimensions is 
the art department, where gallery space has increased the 
representation of art exhibits. A gradual re-organization 
of choral groups is transpiring, so that different emphasis 
and new objectives for each will be given. Differences 
will be made between those especially designed for 
cpera, oratorical work, concert, and church-related music. 
Looming most significantly on the horizon of advancement 
is the imminent Fine Arts Center being erected east of the 
business building. Its embryonic growth is being watched 
with anticipation by the entire studentbody. A multi- 
milUon dollar edifice, the center will embody a Concert 
Hal;, Recital Hall, Drama Theatre, Experimental Theatre, 
Cirde Theatre, and a large Art Gallery, plus the regular 
dispsrsement of classrooms, and offices. At the helm 
of this great metamorphosis is the able Conan E. Mathews, 
Dean of the College. Working with Dean Mathews to 
make such an exceptional College are outstanding staff 
members such as Associate Professor of Art and Edu- 
cation, Warren Wilson, who was on leave first semester 
on a Huntington-Hartford Fellowship for the purpose of 
doing experimental sculpturing. Owen Rich, Associate 
Professor of Radio Speech is on a one year fellowship 
to study television techniques at the State College of 
Pennsylvania. Returning soon also will be Don Earl to 
broaden our scope of knowledge in the operatic field 
following a year's study in Europe. 



Top: A coed in an art class tries to catch the movement of the 
model in a few rhythmic lines. Right: Dean Conan Matthews 
stands in front of the education building on lower campus. 




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Below: The College of Fine Arts is divided into three departments, each one dealing with a different 
phase of culture refinement. Harold I, Hansen, chairman of Speech and Drama; Roman Andrus, 
chairman of Art; and Crawford Gates, chairman of Music, strike demonstrative poses for each of 
their areas. 




Art classes in oil painting, watercolor, de- 
sign are all a part of the extensive Art 
department. Aside from the many drama 
productions presented each year, the uni- 
versity participated in many debate tourna- 
ments as depicted by George Mangan. Har- 
vard debate team vied with the Y team 
before the studentbody. The music depart- 
ment can boast of its fine choruses as well 
as the old instrument collection. 




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COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES 
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Opportunities for both a broad general education and 
specialized training combine to nnake profitable learning 
experiences for the students enrolled in the College of 
Humanities and Social Sciences. 

Serving as able mentor and exemplar of the college's nine 
departments is Reed H. Bradford. Dr. Bradford received 
his B.A. degree at the BYU, then went to attain an M.A. 
at Louisiana State University, and both an M.A. and Ph.D. 
at Harvard. He has been a faculty member at West Vir- 
ginia University, and a visiting professor at Michigan 
State University. In 1948 Dr. Bradford v\/orked on an as- 
signment for the Department of the U. S. Army studying 
Germany's Military Government program. From 1951 to 
1954 he was engaged in the Point Four Program under 
the auspices of the U. S. Government, and served as the 
regional director in Iran. Few are wholly aware of the 
major contributions made yearly by each of the depart- 
ments of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, 
and most are oblivious to the many existing collections 
and exhibits accessbile in this college for the student 
body's use and enjoyment. The Archaeology Department 
warrants much recognition for its numerous achievements 
and collections. Four important expeditions have been 
led into Mexico and Central America resulting in notable 
conclusions and findings. A fifth exploration may be 
underway before the end of this year in exploring the 
homeland of the Book of Mormon civilizations near west- 
ern Campeche in southern Mexico. More than 500 mem- 
bers throughout the world belong to the University Arch- 
aeology Society, which was founded in 1949. A molded 
cast of the Lehi Tree of Life Stone, and a facsimile of 
the Rosetta Stone are available for students study and 
observation. LaMar T. Empey of the Sociology Department 
has recently been a focal point for much national acclaim 
and extensive publicity as a result of his research in juv- 
enile delinquency. Dr. Empey is now in the second pro- 
fitable year of a six-year program under a $180,000 
Ford Foundation grant. The Journalism Department under 
the guidance of Jean Paulson is achieving excellent work 
In institutes, such as last summer's highly successful sum- 
mer workshop for high school students. This Department 
is also vitally involved in all campus publications with 
Glen C. Davis as supervising pedagogue. Extremely fav- 
orable publications have been issued to BYU's credit 
with Dr. Clinton F. Larsen of the English Department ful- 
filling the editorship. Each department of this college 
claims both outstanding faculty members and leaders 
and we can be proud of the accomplishments made in 
the field of humanities at BYU. 










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Above: Dean Reed Bradford of the College of Humani- 
ties and Social Sciences in the Family Living Center 
patio. Left: The music lab in the Family Living Center 
helps students listen to the v^/orld's finest music on 
tape and record to help broaden their music apprecia- 
tion. 




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Student publications are an integral part of 
the Journalism department as are the study 
of maps and history in their respective depart- 
ments. In sociology, statistics and research 
help students learn about problems and their 
solutions which confront the nation and the 
world. The twist of a button and the turning 
of a tape bring a foreign language to your 
ears in the modern language lab in the McKay 
Building. 




The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is comprised of nine departments including: Eng- 
lish, Geography, History, Journalism, Modern Languages, Political Science, Psychology, and Ar- 
chaeology. 



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COLLEGE OF NURSING 



Dean Bernice Chapman has an impressive history prelud- 
ing her appointment here at BYU as Dean of the College 
of Nursing. She received her B.A. at the University of 
Minnesota, and attained her Masters degree at the Teach- 
ers' College at the University of Colorado. Prior to her 
appointment at BYU Miss Chapman taught biological 
sciences in schools of nursing and medical-surgical nurs- 
ing, and supervised teaching at clinical areas. She held 
positions at both Northv^^estern, and the University of Illi- 
nois. Dean Chapman held the office of President of the 
Utah League for Nursing for two years. She is Chairman 
of the Under-Graduate's Seminar in the "Western Council 
on Higher Education for Nurses and has been Chairman 
of its nominating committee. She is assisted by a capable 
and enthusiastic staff and many faculty members are 
active each year in Civil Defense Work, thereby adding 
much to the community as v^^ell as to BYU. 

The College had 207 students registered at the first of 
the year and had 26 graduates. The first graduate from 
the College of Nursing at BYU to receive a grant was 
Sandra Stonehocker Mangum from the Class of 1958. It 
was announced this year that the grant was a two year 
teaching assistantship at the University of Washington. 

The transition from the quarter to the semester system 
evolved a major change in the College of Nursing. This 
change made it possible for the students to take their 
education and basic science courses on campus rather 
than in the hospital during the summer program. One fac- 
tor which enabled students to be more active on campus 
this year was their participation at the Utah City-County 
Health Department in receiving nursing experience. An- 
other revision was the inclusion of more mental health 
concepts in basic nursing courses in order to shorten the 
required length of psychiatric experience. Contrary to 
previous years, students began their nursing classes dur- 
ing the second serhester of their freshman year, instead 
of in their sophomore year. 





Top: Miss Bernice Chapman has developed the College 
of Nursing from "grass roots" to an efficient college 
graduating college nursing students, left: A smiling 
face greets a patient at Utah Valley Hospital while giv- 
ing a daily medical check up. 





Student nurses received excellent 
training through the College of Nurs- 
ing under the direction of Miss Ber- 
nice Chapman. Students first trained 
at Utah Valley Hospital and finished 
at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City. Tech- 
nical instruction in good patient care 
was the foremost thing taught to 
them. Shots, bed making, and aiding 
doctors were all a part of the inten- 
sive training received. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND 
ENGINEERING SCIENCES 



The most outstanding achievement of the College of 
Physical and Engineering Sciences this year was the ac- 
creditation of three engineering departments by the En- 
gineering Council for Professional Development. BYU 
joins a select group of about 150 schools in the United 
States v^^ith this accreditation and graduates are now 
considered fully acceptable for achieving full professional 
status. Until this year, graduates had to wait as much as 
eight years to achieve this same status. They are now eli- 
gible for a wider variety of high level professional jobs 
and can accept government appointments of higher sta- 
tus. The engineering departments are also now offering 
master's degrees. The various departments in this Col- 
lege of Physical and Engineering Sciences have also made 
many accomplishments and improvements this year. The 
Physics Department has installed a new type x-ray unit. 
This equipment enables our physicists to make studies 
on pressure, temperature and the arrangements of atoms 
never before possible. In th Geology Department, profes- 
sor Joseph Owens, Professor Lehi Hintze and members 
of the department have unearthed a new dinosaur found 
in Cleveland, Utah, near Price. More than 1500 specimen 
pieces have been uncovered and brought to the geology 
laboratories. The Chemistry Department will be the first 
in the college to grant doctor's degrees. Seven students 
are studying for the degrees with three graduating this 
year. 





Top: Dean Armin J. Hill looks over the quad from the 
steps of the Eyring Science Center. Left: A chemistry 
student works diligently on an experiment. 




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The flames shoot out from the burner and a 
steady hand holds the glass tubing at the 
precise place enabling lab apparatus to be 
prepared. In the geology lab students pon- 
der over fossils and try to reproduce them on 
paper to the satisfaction of the professor. 
Dr. Delbert McNamara conducts a tour of the 
universe in the Summerhays Panetarium. 




The department chairmen of the College of Physical ard Engineering Sciences are: John 
Simonsen, Mechanical Engineering; Darrel J. Monson, Electrical Engineering; John Eastmond, 
Physics; Albert Swenson, Chemistry; Kenneth C. Bullock, Geological Engineering; James 
J. Christensen, Chemical Engineering; Harvey J. Fletcher, Mathematics; and Ralph Rollins, 
Civil Engineering. 



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COLLEGE OF 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



"Bring AAe Men to Match My Mountains." The application 
of these words is especially appropriate to the College 
of Physical Education. It is here that a combination of the 
development of a healthy and co-ordinated body with a 
sound and alert mind is culminated in growth and achieve- 
ment. Athletic skills and prowess are learned along with 
the ability to instruct in the various divisions within the 
College of Physical Education. Added to the diverse 
classes provided are those of driver training and modern 
dance. All intramural sports and inter-collegiate athletic 
events come under the suprevision of this college also. 
The past year has seen several important additions to and 
changes in the College of Physical Education. Most prom- 
inent among these additions is the new physical therapy 
laboratory in which prescription students in P. E. can 
take advantage of the correctives and adaptives offered 
there. Boyd Call is skillfully making the new laboratory 
an outstanding and worthwhile asset to BYU. The recently 
installed nets in the west end of the fieldhouse are also 
allowing for many new class procedures and activities. 

Most notable in relation to the College's faculty is the 
appointment of Hal Dwane Mitchell to the post of head 
football coach of the varsity team, succeeding Tally 
Stevens who helmed the position during the 1960 season. 
Coach Mitchell has been freshman football coach for the 
past two years, and has also coached high school and 
Army ball. In 1951 he was team captain for the UCLA 
team, in 1954 he was named the Army's most valuable 
player and was also named outstanding tackle on the 
All Pacific Coast Conference squad. Cougar fans are 
anticipating what may be an exciting 1961 season, di- 
rected by the youngest varsity head coach in all of BYU's 
gridiron history. The College will also be expecting back 
several faculty members who have been away on leaves 
of absence, and two recently obtained Doctorate Degrees 
will also add to the competency of the already excellent 
staff. Maintaining order and blance in this multi-coursed 
College is Dean Milton F. Hartvigsen, who has been Dean 
since 1956. 




Dean Milton Hartvigsen of the College of Physical Education is 
seen standing in front of the 11,000 seat George Albert Smith 
Fieldhouse. 



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The department chairmen in the College of 
Physical Education do their best to develop 
the physical stature and fitness of students. 
Here Charles Hart, Men's Physical Education; 
Thane Packer, Youth Leadership; Ray Watters, 
Health Education; Edwin Kimball, Athletics; 
Leona Holbrook, Women's Physical Education; 
and Israel Heaton, Recreation, talk over the 
problems of their various departments. 



Physical education is of primary importance 
to the Latter-day Saint. That Is why at Brig- 
ham Young there is ample opportunity for 
everyone to participate in some type of 
physical activity. The regular classes in ad- 
dition to the intramural program and MIA 
program help everyone stay fit. 




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COLLEGE OF RELIGION 



The primary objectives of the College of Religious Instruc- 
tion are to help students develop spiritually as well as 
intellectually and to enable them to live more rounded 
and complete lives with religious knowledge properly in- 
tegrated with secular learning. The College of Religion 
was organized in March of 1959 with five departments. 
They are Bible and Modern Scripturermblical Languages; 
L.D.S. Theology, Church Organization and Administration; 
and Religious Education. Being offered now in the Col- 
lege of Religious Instruction is training leading to the 
Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Religious 
Education, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The dean 
of the College of Religion is David H. Yarn. Dean Yarn 
has obtained three degrees, his B.A. from Brigham Young 
University in 1946; M.A. in Philosophy from Columbia 
University in 1949; and Ed.D. in Philosophy and Education 
from Columbia University in 1958. His administrative 
positions held at Brigham Young University are: Chair- 
man of the Department of Theology and Religious Phil- 
osophy, 1951-1955; Chairman of the Department of 
Religious Philosophy, 1955-1957; Director of Undergrad- 
uate Studies in Religion, 1958-59; and presently the Dean 
of the College of Religious Instruction appointed in 1959. 
Dean Yarn has also written two inspirational books: 
'Faith in a Day of Unbelief" and "The Four Gospels as 
One." 




Top right: Dean David Yarn as head of the College of Religion 
stands In front of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Bottom 
right: Students study In the Smith Library using the many fine 
books there to increase their brain power. 






The College of Religion department chair- 
men review their activities beneath the 
Joseph Smith mural by Eric Bransby pre- 
sented to the school by the Intercollegiate 
Knights. The chairmen are: Rodney Tur- 
ner, Theology, Church Organization and 
Administration; Ellis T. Rasmussen, Biblical 
Languages; Daniel H. Ludlovy, Bible and 
Modern Scripture; and Truman G. Madsen, 
History and Philosophy of Religion. B. 
We.'.f Belnap is the chairman of Religious 
Education. 



Every student who attends Brigham Young 
University is required to participate in the 
religion classes taught. For every eight 
hours in academic studies one hour of 
religion credit is required. With a capable 
religion faculty, students can learn about 
the principles of the Church along v*rith 
their friends from all over the world. 



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GENERAL COLLEGE 



Dean Hales was a member of the Physics Department for 
thirty years, serving as Head of the Department for the 
last four of those years before he became Dean of the 
General College. Originally, approximately two thousand 
students without majors had their academic affairs ad- 
ministered by the Office of the Registrar, but the Ad- 
ministration felt that more complete service could be ren- 
dered by a General College supervised by an Academic 
Dean. Besides the Department of Provisional Registration 
including those having no majors, the General College in- 
cludes the Department of Industrial Education and the 
Technical and Semi-Professional Institute. The Technical 
and Semi-Professional Institute offers two-year certificates 
in the areas of Agriculture, Business, Engineering, and 
Genealogy. This certification program came about as a 
result of demands made by the state upon the university. 
Dean Hales' background in Mathematics and Physics as 
well as in administrative work makes him well qualified 
for the position he holds. He served at one time as pres- 
ident of Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, and he Is presi- 
dent of one of the BYU stakes. The General College calls 
on faculty members from all departments to act as ad- 
visors to the students registered in this college. These 
teachers not only help the students with registration, but 
they also try to help them choose a suitable major. The 
General College enables BYU to more adequately meet 
the changing educational demands of the university and 
to help students develop responsible citizenship in the 
church and state. 





Top: Dean Wayne B. Hales stands in front of the en- 
trance of a lecture hall named in his honor. Left: In 
the Snell Industrial Building, students are trained in 
many varied vocations. 




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Welding techniques, woodworking tech- 
niques, and construction planning are 
taught through firsthand experience to stu- 
dents in the industrial arts field. In the 
newly completed Snell Industrial Arts 
building, modern facilities aid skilled in- 
structors in the shops. 




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Scale models of actual houses were constructed to help students under- 
stand more fully the problems and dimensions involved in building. 
Here we see the proud builders display the many hours of work involved 
in the finished products. 



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GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Dr. Wesley P. Lloyd brings to his new assignment as Dean 
of the Graduate School, 23 years of experience as profes- 
sor and Dean of Students. On two occasions during that 
time, he has represented the American Council on Edu- 
cation and the Japanese Ministry of Education in direct- 
ing teams of American specialists in their work with the 
University of Japan. He has, by special appointment, con- 
sulted with university officials or representatives of min- 
istries of education in 23 countries of Europe, Asia and 
Africa. Dean Lloyd is past president of the National As- 
sociation of Student Personnel Administrators and the 
Utah Conference on Higher Education, and served two 
years as chairman of the Academic Council of Western 
Personnel Institute. With the rapidly growing Graduate 
School now offering Ph.D. degrees in 21 fields within 
14 departments and the master's degree being awarded 
in 41 depratments, a major emphasis of the University is 
on graduate study. The objective of graduate study is to 
develop the power to do independent work and to en- 
courage the spirit of research. Each candidate is expected 
to possess a broad general knowledge of his major 
subject with less detail in the case of his minor subjects. 
The faculty of the Graduate School consists of those who 
hold the title of professor or associate professor, assist- 
ant professor with a doctoral degree, and others approv- 
ed by the Graduate Council. Research, library, and teach- 
ing faculty are being expanded and improved to pro- 
vide better opportunities to the graduate student. 





Top right: Dean Wesley P. Lloyd began the year as 
the new Graduate School head. Bottom left: The grad- 
uate council members were: John H. Gardner, Robert 
J. Smith, Bertrand Harrison, Chauncey Riddle, Reed H. 
Bradford. Standing are: Clawson Y. Cannon, Jr., Eug- 
ene E. Campbell, Jay V. Beck, Irael Teaton, Mark K. 



Allen, Wesley P. Lloyd, Albert D. 
Clarke, and Blaine Porter. 



Swensen, A. John 



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left: Dr. H. Tracy Hall participates in the 
graduate program in the capacity of Di- 
rector of Research. Top right: Dr. Blaine 
Porter conducts the studies in the College 
of Family Living concerning family rela- 
tions. Bottom right: Dr. John Christiansen 
discusses with Reva Dutt the sociological 
problems which exist in her own country. 



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SUMMER SCHOOL AND 
EXTENSION DIVISION 



Dean A. Peterson was appointed director of Summer 
School in 1958 after filling many jobs at the BYU such 
as B. Y. administrative assistant to President Harris. For 
two years he was associate registrar and in 1951 he went 
to Iran as an economic administrator for the government. 
Upon returning he served as the first public relations di- 
rector for two years. He returned to the University of 
Southern California to complete his Doctors degree in 
Business Administration, and in 1958 accepted the job of 
summer school director, in which job he is doing a splen- 
did job. Summer school enrollment has more than dou- 
bled in the past ten years because of its efficient leader- 
ship. Dean Peterson employs teachers for summer school 
almost three summers ahead and thereby is able to bring 
outstanding men from all over the country to the BYU. 
Professors from Yale and Stanford hav eparticipated in 
the summer school in the past and many great teachers 
are expected in the future. Students participating in sum- 
mer school enjoy the friendly spirit that a smaller student- 
body brings and activities for this group are numerous. 
Summer school students are able to enjoy the boating 
facilities at Utah Lake and the camping facilities in Provo 
canyon, and so their scope of social activities is even 
greater than the regular students. 



Top right: From the Audio-Visual Communication center school 
groups, church groups or clubs can obtain films on almost any 
subject they choose. BoHom right: Dean Dean A. Peterson acts 
as director of Summer School. Enrollment is approaching 4,000 
students. 




The Extension Division handles many varied phases of Brigham Young University. Including 
adult education and evening classes, they conduct tiVU centers in cities throughout the 
western United States. This makes it possible for those who have left college or never at- 
tended to receive instruction from qualified professors in their areas of residence. 



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Housed in the Herald R. Clark Student 
Service Center, Adult Education and Ex- 
tension Services pinpoint their activities 
which are wide spread in the eleven 
western states. Students are employed 
by the Division to make It possible to 
aid as many students as possible in ob- 
taining a college education. Under the 
direction of Harold G. Clark, this depart- 
ment of the university has steadily grown 
to meet the needs of those in school as 
well as those who are not on campus. 





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STUDENT LEADERSHIF 





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STUDENTBODY 
PRESIDENT 



Assuming the role of ASBYU President, Max Pinegar 
from Spanish Fork, Utah, spearheaded the actions 
Df student government and generated studentbody 
activities. Max is a finance and banking major, gain- 
ing much experience as studentbody Vice President 
of Finance in 1959-60. Max is a member of the Val 
Hyric social unit. 



Assisting Max in his executive du- 
ties were three very capable peo- 
ple. Right: Marshall Chatwin, v^ho 
is married and lives in Orem, was 
executive assistant. Marshall is a 
graduate student working in psy- 
chology. Bottom right: James 
Green, a graduate student in phys- 
ics, was executive representative. 
Jim is from Pasadena, California, 
and is a member of Viking social 
unit. Jim received a $2000 scholar- 
ship to attend the University of 
Illinois. He also wrote for the Daily 
Universe as Agnes, the Wallflower. 
Bottom left: Jeanne Tanner from 
Cortez, Colorado, was executive 
secretary of the studentbody. 
Jeanne is a Tokalon and a holder 
of a beauty title. 





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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Blaine Quarnstrom from Lodi, California was Vice-President of Social Activities. Culture 
Vice-President David Jacobs is from Provo, Utah. Keitli Terry, Public Relations Vice-Presi- 
dent, was the only married person on the executive council. Provo is his home. Lehi, Utah 
is the home of Craig Christensen who acted as Finance Vice-President. 




Xssisting Blaine in organizing social activi- 
ies were Pat Ford and Doyle Seely. David 
ound a lot of assistance from Phyllis Hansen 
md Cal Stratford. Craig Jones and Pam Rel- 
/ea assisted Keith during the year. Upper 
•ight: Joyce Anderson, Donald Watts, Sharon 
Roberts, and Tucker Collings helped Craig 
)andle the business functions of the stu- 
Jentbody. Right: The executive council made 
I historic journey to Hawaii representing 
5YU. Apparently, as the picture indicates, 
hey had a very happy time. 



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SENATE 



The student senate under the leadership of Pres- 
ident Larry Jenkins strived to make their func- 
tions more meaningful to themselves and to the 
studentbody. The Senate under fire from all sides 
saw the year pass with many controversial bills 
in their hoppers. Several debates concerning 
such things as NSA and IOC, social units and 
seats at basketball games, topped the agenda 
at many Senate meetings. However, the most 
important work performed by the Senate was 
the revision of the ASBYU constitution. Dave 
Hoopes was in charge of the work which lasted 
most of the school year. In student elections 
which were held in April, the studentbody elect- 
ed to approve the changes. Larry Jenkins was 
president. Jeanette Williamson was secretary 
and Shirley Nissen was parliamentarian. 



Row 1: Shirley Nissen, Larry Jenkins, Jeanette Williamson. 

Row 2: Jerry Jensen, Jill Baker, Dale Laub, Paul Williams, John Hawkins. 

Row 3: Sharlene Ellsworth, Alvln Rencher, Jeanne Merrell, Stephanie 
Wayment, Karen Cox, Merrlynne Rich. 

Row 4: Maxine Jensen, Jack Losmann, Carolyn A. Dahl, Jerry McClure, 
Carolyn Potter, Jim Easton, Cliff Mayfieid. 

Row 5: Jim Green, Becki Fillmore, Dave Hoopes. 

Below: The Senate relaxes between sessions tc talk over bills and the 
rest of the agenda. 




ight: Traffic Court members include: Don 
dall, Ron Walker, George Mangan, Royal 
eterson, Martin Wistensen, Fred Ash, and 
■ ail Marsh. Bottom left: Chief Justice of the 
upreme Court Terry Warner. Bottom right: 
upreme Court Justices and secretary: Don 
dall, Gary Lambert, Marilyn Wafers, 
eorge Mangan, Ron Walker. 




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SUPREME COURT 



The ASBYU Supreme Court has played an impor- 
tant part in the student government. George AAan- 
gan acted as Chief Justice during fall semester 
and Terry Warner as Chief Justice during spring 
semester. The Court assumed the responsibility 
of handling all student traffic violations on cam- 
pus. During the year, the Court also made several 
rulings in such matters as Homecoming cleaning, 
IOC, social unit controversy, and social unit haz- 
ing procedures. By and large, students handling 
students' problems has caused many more stu- 
dents to become interested in student govern- 
ment as well as an increased interest in their 
university. 




ASSOCIATED 

MEN 

STUDENTS 



Top: AMS operated a transportation service to all in- 
coming students. They gave many hours of service to 
make it possible for new students to find a place to 
live and become acquainted w/ith the campus. 

Center: The Junior AMS Council consisted of: (kneel- 
ing) Doug Jensen, Preston Hughes, Bob Hughes. 
(Standing) Eddie Giles, Dave Wells, Jeff Dye, Dave 
Call, Tim Thompsen, Gene Thorne, director from AMS, 
Doug Christensen, Cliff Mayfield. Cheryl Gustaveson 
in the center acted as secretary to the group. 

Bottom: AMS Council members were: President Walt 
Hill, Vice President Gene Thorne, Secretary Gordon 
Smith, Richard Allen, Clark Thorstenson, Dave Thomas. 
(Back row) Dave Paulson, Richard Fuller, Gordon Moss, 
John Thompson, John Whetten, Jon Talyor, John 
Wadsworth. 





ASSOCIATED 

WOMEN 

STUDENTS 





Top: AWS Housing Board members were: (front) Law- 
rin Green, Susan Lillywhite, (back) Beverly Crofts, 
Marty Ballantyne, Karen Shaw. 

Center: AWS Council members included: President 
Judith Moss, Activities Vice President Marsali McAl- 
lister, Housing Vice President Susan Lillywhite, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Judy Chapin, Kay Senzee, Jill Carlston, 
Barbara Ardian. (back row) JoAnn Murphy, Marjorie 
Light, Therese Barnich, Betsy Cannon, Karen Benson, 
Judy Jacobs, LaVaun Smith, Susan Boyack, Irene Burke. 

Bottom: Junior AWS Council members were: (front) 
Nana Flake, Margaret Walton, LaVaun Smith, Nancy 
Blackledge, Maryanne Olson, (back row) Mary Ann 
Gllmore, Kay Taylor, Diane Henrickson, Becky Day, 
Judy White, Pat Taylor, Gail McPherson, Marie Kartch- 
ner. 







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1. MAINTAIN PERSONAL 
INTEGRITY 

2. REPORT All VIOLATIONS 
TO THE HONOR COUNCIL 
OR TO THE TEACHER 














One of the main objectives of the Honor Coun- 
cil during spring semester was to see that every 
classroom had a poster like the one to the left. 
As much as everyone v\/anted an honest school 
and no cheating in classes, many students felt 
the poster w^as in bad taste, so a series of letters 
to the editor in the Universe appeared. Without 
being able to determine what was accomplished 
through the letters, each student was able to gain 
something in the argumentative discussions which 
assisted him in evaluating for himself the ques- 
tion of "What is honor?" 



HONOR COUNCIL 




The Honor Council and the honor system are 
quite unique as far as systems and councils go 
on other university campuses. The council, com- 
pletely governed and operated by students, 
brings the problem of honor down to the stu- 
dents where it belongs, not in the higher eche- 
lons of the administration. Needless to say, se- 
vere problems do crop up and they are handled 
in a gentle, reassuring manner. Council members 
feel the student has the wrong impression of 
their purpose and so the system does not work 
as effectively as it should. Is there still cheating 
on the university campus? Well, let's say there is 
still work to be done. 



Row 1 : Joan Oxborrow, Nigel Cook, Nadine Brooks, 
Don Stephenson Lea Olson. 

Row 2: John NWadsworth, Al Austin, Wayne Boyack, 
Terry O'Brien, Pete Ashworth, Paul Stephenson, Dick 
Stratford— Chairman, Dick Sturgis, Maria Toronto. 



CENTRAL DANCE 



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Central Dance Committee has worked hard all 
year long to make dances the best ever. Several 
new procedures were initiated under the leader- 
ship of chairman Doyle Seely. From the weekly 
mat dances to the Junior Prom, Central Dance 
were ready to sign out lights, CPO's, and to give 
hints on how to handle decorations best. As hard 
as the work was and as long as the hours were, 
each member felt a deep satisfaction for what 
had been accomplished. 



Row 1 : Doyle Seely, John Stone, Patricia Hunter, Muffet Graham, Joy 
Nooner, Kay Gurgen, Sheilo Johnson, Sharon Thomas. 

Row 2: Lee Wright, Margo Burgeson, Jack Baxter, Jo Paine, Haws 
Marble, Judy Strong, Benny Knudsen. 




ELECTIONS 




Rich Boyce was chairman of the Elections Com- 
mittee. The Elections people started to work early 
in the school year in order that the freshmen 
could have some officers. Of course, during the 
middle part of the year there wasn't much to do. 
However, during Spring semester, AMS-AWS 
elections as well as studentbody elections were 
on the agenda. With over sixty people participat- 
ing as candidates, the committee found plenty to 
do. Election and campaign rules, made to be bro- 
ken, had to be watched so as not to break the 
"spirit" campaigning. 



Persons who participated on the Elections Committee were: Beverly 
Knight, Neil Pitts, Sally Sue LeBaron, Lea Olson, Rich Boyce, and Floyd 
Baumberger. 






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CENTRAL PUBLICITY 



Julie Pingree from Ogden, Utah was chairman 
of the Central Publicity Committee. Through their 
office, any campus organization had to clear all 
publicity stunts and posters in order that they 
might meet with university standards. Rental of 
poster stands made it easier for students to get 
their posters up and down without duplicating 
any effort. Through this committee's efforts, the 
campus did reflect better posters and a much 
neater appearance. 



Julie Pingree was chairman of the Central Publicity 
Committee with committee members (back) Doug Hind- 
marsh, Floyd Braumberger, and Brent Grampp to help 
her. 



ASSEMBLY 



Under the direction of Dave Jacobs the Assembly 
Committee endeavored to make student assem- 
blies better than ever. Early in the year the com- 
mittee sponsored an assembly seminar in which 
capable people gave of their valuable experience 
to help student script writers, producers, direct- 
ors, etc. The committee dealt with assemblies in 
three major areas: namely, social units, events, 
and organizations. Possibly the most outstanding 
contribution the assembly people gave was the 
assembly honoring President David O. McKay. 
Included in the tribute was a scroll with over 
half of the studentbody's signatures on it. 



Row 1: Pat Brian, Maria Toronto, Richard Hunter. Row 
2: Dave Jacobs, Judy Bodine, Jean Senf, Gary Stewart, 
Pat Hunt, Phyllis Hansen, Geri Van Dam. 




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ACADEMIC EMPHASIS 



rhairman Ken Johnson of the Academic Emphasis 
' !ommittee spearheaded an all out drive on cam- 
)us to raise the academic atmosphere. Posters 
}laced in all classrooms with academic sayings 
nscribed on them helped students keep the aca- 
demic image. Study and research were also en- 
:ouraged by this committee. 



Members of the Academic Emphasis Committee in- 
cluded Judy Simonds, Bill Daynes, Ken Johnson, Nigel 
Cook and John Woodward. 




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PUBLIC RELATIONS 



Jim Dahl was chairman of the Public Relations 
Committee. This group helped student organ- 
izations and downtown organizations coordinate 
business transactions, loans, and purchases. Al- 
though many students felt there was too much 
control involved, the work of this committee 
helped strengthen university-community relations 



Public Relations Committee members Included (front) 
Nadine Brooks, Bob Paxton, (back) A! Call, Jim Dahl. 



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Music Organizations 74 

Drama '4 

Lyceums, Forums, Devotionals 104 

Orchesis 1^0 

Art 112 

Honors Section 114 



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UNIVERSITY CHORALE 

University Chorale, the largest music organization 
on cannpus, was composed of more than 350 
students with enthusiasm and a desire to sing. 
The large size of the group made touring impos- 
sible, but the chorus did perform many times in 
the Provo area on devotional assemblies and in 
church services. Kurt Weinzinger led the chorus 
this year and blended many voices together in 
harmony for receptive audiences. The group also 
enjoyed themselves at parties and firesides 
throughout the year. 

Row 1: William Franz, Wayne Jarvis, Ken Knapp, Bob 
Arbon, Richard Perkins, Chris Lowe, James Kirkwood, 
Doug Hindmarsh, Willis Blaine, Don Willardson, Jerald 
Waite, James Ames, Don Allen John Richards, Hank 
Rinquest, Richard Jordan, Darwin Hunt, Gary Shumway, 
Gary Parker. 

Row 2: Ralph Norris, Claude Schutz, Ronald Knudsen, 
Wayne Allgaier, Earl Pilling, Lowell West, Robert Roy- 
lance, Rockne Arnett, Roy Barraclugh, Clark Mouritsen, 
Terry Tucker, Don Adams, Richard Tolman, Bart AAor- 
fensen, Kent Hughes, Roger Stuart, Leslie Carpenter, 
Lee Holland, Deverl Johnson, McKay Allred, Larry 
Spendlove. 

Row 3: Dawn Corbett, Carol Allredge, Janice Norberg, 
Richard Thibodeau, Gib Frost, Richard Willey, Earl 
Doman, James Dills, James Chapin, Robert Broberg, 
Steve Hammer, Mark Vanderkooi, Philip Eves, Lynn 
Ellsworth, LaDonna Houtz, Dean Bennett, Arnold Nef, 
Jeff Krummenacher, Roy Hills, Connie Yamada, John 
Wrider, Joyce Tanner, Jason Tilby, Elaine Burton, 
Charl Pishton, Carol Nelson. 



Row 4: Kathy Boyd, Anita Sandoval, Adelia Dix, Cal- 
pernia Goodrick, Janice Tebb, Cula Magnusson, Gae 
Larson, Ruth Palmer, Margaret Whiteside, Sylvia John- 
son, Myrna Keller, Cheryl Hubbard, Vicki Vacher, Jef- 
fery Paulk, Bonnie Quinn, Anne Morrison, Joyce Cook, 
Sheri Limb, Linda Klinglor, Vicky Taylor, Annette 
Chllds,, Kaye Meyers, Marie Gardner, VIckl Sealy, 
Linda Nuffer, Robert Johnson, Marilyn Dunkerley, Don- 
na Brown, Karen Mish, Cathy Owens, Pat Rogerson, 
Christie Pitcher, Joy Peterson, Rachel Ballard, Anita 
Voeltz, Kay Crockett, Anne Bergeson, Paula Payne, 
Sharon Blaylock, Rosida Hepworth, Sharon Smith, Linda 
Clements, Marjorie Sundwall, Carolyn Bell, Connie 
Yose, Barbara Hughes, Kathleen Parker, Dorothy Mc- 
Coy. 

Row 5: Carolyn Stoddard, Dorothy DeWItt, Sheila 
Moon, Neva Lunnen, Ruth Richardson, Judy Hackney, 
Claudia Kirkland, LaNifa Larsen, Judy Dana, Dixie 
Holloway, Carol Arnold, Yvonne Ratliff, Dorothy All- 
red, Carol Baker, Shauna Workman, Marcia Guild, 
Marie White, Lynda Crane, Beatrice Angus, Ann Mur- 
phy, Cheryl Lillywhite, Toni Goodrich, Sharon Stickney, 
Nancy Muir, Mary Ann Riding, Myrna Maughan, Ver- 
moyne Beecher, Lynda Blodgett, Joyce Larson, Glenda 
Shaffer, Terry Marett, Lynette Jenkins, Mary Jo Alle- 
man, Evelyn Greenwood, Jeanne Denny, Sharon Mor- 
gan, Linda Hamilton, Lou Ann Miner, Karen Koford, 
Diane Olson, Sybil McNeil, Hope Nielsen, Cherie An- 
derson, LuAnne Bean, Letfy Hunsaker, Kathryn Barnes, 
Suzanne Hess, Linda Price. 

Row 6: Betty Hunsaker, Charee Cottrell, Cecil Spell, lla 
Dye, Renea Gardina, Moana Hall, Eleanor Johnson, Bon- 
nie Pendleton, Diane Law, Patricia Oakes, Earleen 
Margie, Verona Jarvis, Barbara Shaw, Joyce McClellan, 
Renee Black, Linda Permann, Virginia Portle, Donna 









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Robinson, Beverly Connolly, Lea Olsen, Carol Hansen, 
Anita Peck, Sandra Gagon, Joyce Boyer, Pat Morris, 
Cynthia Ekiund, Irene Moore, Kathleen Brian, Merene 
Holt, Brent Grampp, Doris Heselton, Izabel Peixoto, 
Carol Tarr, Shirley Wiseman, Barbara Gano, Bonita 
Taylor, Arlene Champney. 

Row 7: Deanna Rawlins, Sharon Evans, Cleora Ham- 
mond, Linda Wursten, Laura Leavitt, Alice Tingey, 
Carole Pulley, Judy Hailing, Lorna Storrs, Patricia Jack- 
son, Darlene Harris, Linie Mae Clark, Anna Daines, 
Marjorie Weight, Connie Devenish, Diane Dredge, 
Mary Brown, Sharon Woodbury, Carol Reid, Nancy 
Mehr, Charlotte Hepworth, Jeannette Vinins, Patricia 
Mueller, Carol Smith, Dorthy Clark, Jill Clark, Billie 
Lambson, Susan Hales, Linda Rokes, Ann Merrell, 
Linda Hunter, Carol Westover, Pat Ursenbach, Joyce 
Henderson, Lucy Aiken, DeAnn Lundgren, Karen 
Isaasol, Connie Gerrard, Carole Jones, Bonnie Ricks, 
Judy Wheeler, Gayle Hall, Helen Holmes. 

Row 8: Tamera Hacking, Linda Jeppsen, Olive Harris, 
Judy Knudsen, Janice Leavitt, Jeanne Yerke, Jean Sum- 
mers, Christine Lewis, Linda Castro, Paige Holt, Sandra 
Curtis, JoAnn Powell, Margaret Graham, Nadine Miner, 
Jean Foutz, Eileen Cornia, Leah Nelson, Ann Caraway, 
Irene Christiansen, Margery Almond, Diane Rose, Becky 
Sjoblom, Lorraine Watson. 

Row 9: Janice Tyler, DeLora Wright, Judy Milne, Caro- 
lyn Anderson, Ruth Porter, Carolyn Edwards, Norma 
Hadley, Sharon Price, Judie Sharp, Holly Thorstad, 
llene Olson, Linda Pearcey, Susan Roylance, Peggy 
Sorensen, Vicki Luekenga, Barbara Bowen, Elaine Gale, 
Janet Hutchings, Valorit Schoenfeld, Sandra Simpson, 
Deanne Packer, Joan Robinson, Janice Daniels, Phyllis 
Dougal, Nadine Hoem. 




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Kurt Weinzinger capably led the University Chor- 
ale again this year and gave much pleasure as 
well as music knov\/ledge to the members of the 
chorus. 




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Newell Weight again directed the A Cappella in 
a successful year. Mr. Weight has given his talents 
to the BYU for 12 years. He organized and has 
led the A Cappella for most of these years. He 
is widely recognized for, his great musical talents 
and is enthusiastically praised by all who study 
under him. 




A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



Row 1: Denese Steele, Karen Rutler, Dora Glazier, 
Janet Randall, Judy Strong, Michaelene Packer, Coleen 
Redford, Nina Richards, Rebecca Boman, Kay Glover, 
Joan Thomander, Jane Weaver, Diane Heder, Yvonne 
Blaylock, Patricia Tenney, Judy Johnson. 

Row 2: Jackie Richardson, Evelyn Neff, Harsha Hoyt, 
Julia Nielson, Roger Clark, Jim Scoresby, Ron Hadley, 
David Jacobs, Ron Lee, Jerry Ottley, Douglas Gibbs, 
Carolyn Merrill, Marilyn Kunz, Judy Bardsley, Carolyn 
Broberg. 

Row 3: Vera Butler, Hannah Oldroyd, Pat Clyde, Karen 
Keller, Roger Miller, Wyn Brown, Tony Earl, Larry 
Nielson, Jim Rawls, William Ashmore, Ferrel McKinney, 
L'Dean McCue, Charles Naylor, Marcia Luke, Mary Ann 
Keeler, Jean Tidvk'ell, Virginia Lutz. 

Row 4: Pat Pierson, Rosemarr Burtenshaw, George Jar- 
vis, Blaine Watts, Blaine Quarnstrom, Paul Kelly, Ken 
Heaps, Tom Worlton, Glen Stewart, Vern Young, Gor- 
don Carter, Curtis Forsgren, Marvin Jenkins, Verl Do- 
man, Robert Weddington, Evelyn Parry, Charlene 
Steele. 



The A Cappella, consisting of about 80 members, 
thrilled and stimulated audiences with their 
many performances. Aside from special concerts 
and participation in assemblies, church services, 
and high school programs, the A Cappella took 
a tour through Wyoming and Colorado and were 
received warmly by audiences in several different 
cities. 

The A Cappella, consisting of about 80 members, 
chosen because of their singing ability as well 
as their enthusiasm, draws students from at least 
fifteen states and Canada who blend their voices 
together to bring pleasure to others as well as 
themselves. Their activities are not solely singing 
concerts. The group often gathers for firesides 
and parties. 



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MADRIGAL SINGERS 



The Madrigal Chorus is a unique group on the 
BYU campus in that it is composed of only 28 
members and sings primarily secular music. Di- 
rector Maughan McMurdie led the group as they 
entertained on a high school concert tour, and 
made many appearances in assemblies, church, 
and club programs. 

AAadrigal singing reached its peak of popularity 
in the sixteenth century, but has again become 
very popular in this century. The BYU Madrigals 
have done much contemporary work this year and 
so the style of singing around a candle-lit table 
is all they have taken from the past. 



Row 1: BIythe Southern, Sharlene McMahon, VerLynn 
Roberts, Carol Lee Nicholson, Diana Bybee, Vanja Yor- 
gason, Ann Haynie, Ariel Bybee, Marsha Benson, Char- 
lene Stratford. 

Row 2: Mona Andrus, Susan Yank, McKay Rollins, M. 
Michael Suzuki, Richard Logan Brimhall, Ralph Franklin 
Garn, Everett Raymond Sharp, David J. Bowers, Gor- 
don C. White, Bruce William Newton, Valden L. O'Don- 
nal, Roger O. Traasdahl, Ferrel G. Roundy, Wesley K. 
Boman, V. Keith Cooper, Jorn R. Scott, Sharon King, 
Suzanne Swan. 




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aughan AAcMurdie conducted the Madrigals this 
sar after acting as assistant director for three 
jars. Mr. McMurdie has been a 
rU faculty since 1957. 



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Row 1: Judy Rasmussen, Birdie Stevens, Lael Heiner, 
Judy Bodine, Ella May Hulet, Beverly O'Donnal, Jean- 
ette Ludlow, Bonnie Harrigan, Jeanne Bates, Judy Si- 
monds, Julain Cozzens, Marguerite Jost, Carole Laing, 
Roy Samuelson. 

Row 2: Sharron Rowe, Nola Matthews, Claudia Miller, 
Mary Merrell, Penny Druke, Ron Halliday, Jerry John- 
son, Dick Smack, Branson Neff, Kay Salmon, Linda 
Pace, Nina Sue Parry, Elinor Capson. 

Row 3: Vee Ann Jeffs, Dorothy Behling, Janice Rickert, 
Anna Marie Nielsen, DeMoyne Bekker, Robert Lewis, 
Kent Price, Charles Hansen, Douglas Wasdon, David 
Larson, Lauren Dalzen, Frank Davies, Vernean Perry, 
Brenda Morrison, Helen Sparks. 

Row 4: Nancy Birkeland, Joan Oxborrow, Joyce Ander, 
son, John Whetten, Roy Tidewell, Robert Shedd, Larry 
Benson, Robert Jenkins, Arman Earl, Larry Hill, Edgar 
Humphrey, Ross Mortensen, Sue Patchell, Margaret 
Scott, Patricia Goodrich, Mildred Edwards. 



SCHOLA CANTORUM 



Schola Cantorum is a unique organization on 
campus In that it is two choruses combined into 
one. Director Ralph Woodward brought the men's 
and women's choruses together to form this 
group which performed several times during 
the year including assemblies and special con- 
certs. Striking green dresses and suits charac- 
terized the chorus and added to the lovely per- 
formances. Many activities such as parties and 
firesides were also held under the direction of 
officers: President Robert Lewis, Vice President 
Jeanette Ludlow, Treasurers Larry Benson and 
Joyce Anderson and Alumni President DeMoyne 
Bekker. 







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Ralph Woodward directs the men's and women's 
choruses in their musical unit, Schola Cantorum. 




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R.O.T.C. CHORUS 



The ROTC Chorus had as its goal and purpose the 
advertising of the ROTC program at BYU. Brandt 
Curtis was the faculty adviser of the group which 
ranged from between twenty and thirty voices. 
Ron Lee acted as student director. All members 
of the ROTC were eligible to sing with the group 
upon consent of the director. The chorus was able 
to bring much entertainment to various groups 
throughout the year. Officers of the chorus this 
year consisted of President James Cartwright 
and Secretary James Heath. 



Row 1: Joseph D. Schaefer, John Skousen, Koh Dennis] 
AAurayama, Jim Ray, James Cartwright, James Heath,J 
Dave Wadsworth. 

Row 2: Donald Asay, Ray Tingstrom, Jeff KrummenJ 
acher, Richard E. Sellers, John H. McKee, George Co'| 
babe, Valden L. O'Donnal, David F. Schrader, Donald 
R. Turley, Gerald W. Tenney, Lewis R. Sutherland. 




Brandt Curtis worked along with student director 
Ron Lee to bring the ROTC voices together in an 
entertaining group. 




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MARCHING BAND 



The Brigham Young University Marching Band 
has won national as well as local acclaim. With 
over a hundred strong, the marching band has 
exhibited precision and skill unequaled in the 
intermountain area. Under the direction of Rich- 
ard Ballou the band was able to go to Denver 
for a performance. They also participated in 
BYU's Homecoming and Utah State's Homecom- 
ing. Grant Elkington assisted Ballou as assistant 
director. Probably the most popular routine per- 
formed this year was the salute to the Tabernacle 
Choir including the "Battle Hymn of the Repub- 
lic." The band also hosted the first annual Band 
Day which saw original arrangements by Ralph 
Ldycock played by over 1,000 bandsmen. James 
Braque was drum major and Beverly White was 
drum majorette. 




Lurae Ahrendes, Gene Baxter, Sibyl Beecher, Vermoyne Beecher, 
Richard Beeson, Georgia Biddulph, Sandra Bischoff, Joan Blan- 
chard, Arlene Borges, Charles Borough, Terry Boulter, Jeanette 
Bowers, James Braque, Frank Bria, Dale Broadbent, Lloyd Bush, 
Ann Carrigan, Karen Chnstensen, Evelyn Croft, Sam Davis, Dennis 
Davison, Esther Dillman, Bonnie Ferguson. Deonne Flake, Dean 
Foufz, Karen George, Nancy Graham, Warren Griffin, Elis Hamblon, 
Joan Higbee, Jean Hollingshead, Vaughn Hoopes, Kay Huffaker, 
Kent Hughes, Ronald Humphries, Jean In^alls, Michael Johnson, 
Chester Jones, Dav^n Jones, Robert Kenyon, Craig Kirkham, James 
Kirkham, Benny Knudsen, Ronald Knudsen, Mark Lau, Gail Lee, 
Dan Lindsey, Don Livingston, Willa Lunt, Ronald Matthews, Bonnie 
McAllister, Sharon McBride, Marian McCarty, Monna McEvers, 
Mary Ann Melton, Jerry Moon, Karen Moon, Kay Moon, Maryetta 
Moon, Darlene AAoore, Ronald Myers, Richard Needham, Bill 
Nelson, Valden O'Donnal, David Palmer, Vernene Passmore, 
Craig Paxman, Suau Pea, Sharon Pendlebury, Mark Percival, Nor- 
man Peterson, Gary Quinney, Sandra Reimer, LaRee Ricks, Lynn 
Robinson, Carma Saunders, Valine Saunders, LeRoy Shing, Allen 
Smith, Fred Smith, Ray Smith, David Stookey, John Storheim, Kay 
Summers, Stan Syphus, Kaye Terry, Gary Thurman, Solveig Tor- 
vik, AJice White, Philys Winder, Byard Wood. 





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CONCERT BAND 



Auditions during registration time started another 
busy year for director Ralph Laycock and the 
Concert Band. During the year the band pre- 
sented three major concerts and appeared on 
several assemblies and programs. As many other 
groups on the campus, the Concert Band has 
earned recognition as one of the outstanding col- 
legiate groups in the United States. The band has 
achieved an excellence which has brought no- 
tice to the university and to themselves. 



Ralph G. Laycock completed his eighth year as 
director of the Concert Band with many success- 
ful concerts and performances by the band. 





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Row 1: Fred Bonney, Ben Knudsen, Wendell Gray, 
Brent Faulkner, Marvin Jenkins, Naomi Boyer, Fae 
Clarkson, Kay Reinnschilssel, Rowene Geddes, Carol 
McNairy, Mary K. Davis, Janet Henderson, Dianne Ros- 
kelley. 

Row 2: Robert Henrle, Robert King, Marilyn Slater, 
Alan Justesen, Chuck Borough, Carol Crockett, Bonnie 
McAllister, Karen Brunson, Lawrence Harmon, Georgia 
Milton, Marian McCarty, Jan Reay, Gretel Gold, Karen 
George, Ronelda Riley, Sara Fugal. 

Row 3: Sam Davis, Jean Ingalls, Joyce Claud, Bruce 
Petty, Willa Lunt, Jason Tilby, Stephen Clark, Kathleen 
Stewart, Susan Brown, Jeanette Wardell, Bob Franko- 
vich, Diane Wilcox, Lynn Robinson, Terry Harris, Lewis 
Sutherland, Lynette Bagley, Robert Young, Kathleen 
Sandberg. 

Row 4: Prof. Laycock, Robert Campbell, Evalyn Shurt- 
leff,. Sue Skousen, David Butler, Stan Syphus, John 
Towery, Gary Lambert, Vaughn Hoopes, Fred Smith, 
Bill Nelson, Ray Goodwin, Leroy Harris, Suau Upa la 
Pea, Bryce Thueson, Ron Knudsen, Melody Midgley, 
Kay Thompson, James Kirkham, Martin Conover, Joe 
Francis, Richard Beeson, Jay Lyons. 



Row 5: Carrie Jacobs, Sharon Ward, James Brague, 
Kenneth Green, Roy Tidwell, Marjorie Light, Alan Mur- 
phy, Robert Matheson, Laurence Yorgason, Lillian Tew, 
Gordon Gilchrist, Richard Bybee, Renee Lake, Orion 
Wood, Garth Harker, Lurae Ahrendes, Carson Sharp. 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



Row 1: Merril Johnson, Nancy Barnes, Julie Malouf, 
Merlene Britsch, William Mickelson, Toya Vance, Ste- 
phen Clark. 

Row 2: Rondo Jeffery, Bob George, Peg Wheelwright, 
Todd Britsch, Wayne Lines. 

Row 3: Carolyn Morris, Rose Wrigby, Karen Sandberg, 
Julia Lawrence, Milo Moody, Linda Jolley, Janet Hen- 
derson, Janet McLane, Naomi Boyer, Fae Clarkson, 
Brenda Morrison, Cheryl Dunn, John Lambert. 

Row 4: Craig Paxman, Carol Lambert, Ann Jackson, 
Ben Knudsen, Fred Bonney, Lawrence Jorgensen, Paul 
Christensen, Connie Jacobs, Sharon Ward. 

Row 5: Lynn Robison, Jayson Tilby, Bob Frankovich, 
Leon Badham, Carson Sharp. 



The BYU Symphony Orchestra is recognized as 
one of the outstanding orchestras of the west. 
Their tour this year, consisting of concerts in 
southern Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico, brought 
much praise to the orchestra and gave much 
pleasure to enthusiastic audiences. Dr. Lawrence 
Sardoni directed the group in assemblies, special 
events, and high school performances in the 
Provo area. 

The orchestra members have also participated 
in other activities throughout the year. Under or- 
chestra president Lyman Moody, they have held 
firesides and parties. 







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Lawrence Sardoni has led the BYU Symphony 
Orchestra for many years. Under his baton the 
orchestra has achieved a high status in the music 
circles of the west. Aside from his many musical 
endeavors, he is presently serving as a bishop 
in one of the Provo wards. 




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OPERA WORKSHOP 



The Opera Workshop had a busy and active year 
under the direction of Brandt Curtis in place of 
Don Earl who is on leave. The group, composed 
of about 30 members, has presented "The Mar- 
riage of Figaro," "The Merry Wives of Windsor," 
"Beauty and the Beast," and excerpts from "New 
Clothes for the King" and "Madame Butterfly." 
Many of this group spend countless hours in 
preparation for these exceptional productions. 
Their performances bring much pleasure to re- 
ceptive audiences. Boyd Hancock led the group 
as president and was assisted by Nancy Empey, 
Joan Shaw, Lurlene LeVar, and David Judd. 



Row 1: Joan J. Shaw, Lurlene LeVar, Alice Marie Jen- 
sen, Boyd Wayne Hancock, Royce Elaine Campbell, 
Clair Ann Wright, Julia Ann Nielsen. 

Row 2: Mona Rae Laramie, Alice Kay Hllden, Brent 
Weaver, Carol Ann Smith, Richard L. Brimhall, Suzanne 
Samborn, Arvid Willden, Glenna Stahl, Noel E. Twit- 
chell. Sherry Hiatt. 

Row 3: Diane Heder, Colleen Redford, Ken Wllks, 
Shauna Seely, Richard A. Justis, Vivien Beecroft, Her- 
bert Greer, Linda Rokes, Darlene Moore. 



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Brandt Curtis directed Opera Workshop this year 
and spent countless hours in rehearsals for the 
many operas the group performed. 





OPERA 



"An Evening of Opera," "The Merry Wives of 
Windsor," and "The Marriage of Figaro" were 
the major productions presented by the Opera 
Workshop. Audiences of the university learned 
to appreciate the meaning of opera by viewing 
these radiating plays set to music. Because of the 
many talented people on campus, it was neces- 
sary to have double leads in each production. 
Brandt Curtis, director of Opera Workshop, made 
sure the best was presented. 



AN EVENING OF OPERA 




Four operas were presented during an "Evening 
of Opera." Two one act operas were "New 
Clothes for the King" and "Beauty and the 
Beast." Excerpts from "Madame Butterfly" and 
"Orpheus and Euridice" completed the program. 
Included in the cast of "New Clothes for the 
King" were Boyd Hancock as King, Beverly Wat- 
kins as Royal Designer, Richard Jarvis as Royal 
Historian, Arvid Willden as Mr. JTRPZ, and Mar- 
lene Coleman as Miss Abby Stract. Colleen Red- 
ford sang the lead in the excerpt from "Madame 
Butterfly" and Suzanne Harris as Suzuki. In "Or- 
pheus and Euridice" Lurlene LeVar portrayed Or- 
pheus and Nancy Empey portrayed Euridice. In 
"Beauty and the Beast" the cast alternated on 
each night. Members of the cast included Donna 
Garrett, Ken Wilks, Suzanne Sanborn, Mona Lara- 
mie, Margaret Eikenbery, Marilyn Parkinson, 
Nina Bryant, Judith Owen, Judy Davis, Faye 
Wittwer, Shauna Seely, Nadene Nielson, David 
Judd, Gary Stringham, Richard Brimhall, and 
Alvaro Mendoza. 







THE MERRY WIVES 
OF WINDSOR 



CAST 



Sir John Falstaff 


Ralph Woodward 


Mr. Ford 


Roy Samuelsen 




Boyd Hancock 


Mr. Page 


Ken Wilks 




Richard Justis 


Fenton 


Dick Dastrup 




Jinn Peterson 


Slender 


Richard Brimhall 




John Herbst 


Dr. Cajus 


Brent Shaw 


Mrs. Ford 


Nancy Empey 




Colleen Redford 


Mrs. Page 


Diane Heder 




Suzanne Harris 


Ann Page 


Lurlene LeVar 




Nadine Nelson 





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DRAMA 







SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER 



CAST 



Sir Charles AAarlow 

Young Marlow 

Squire Hardcastle 

George Hastings 

Tony Lumpkin 

Diggory 

Roger 

Dick 

Thomas 

Stingo 

Slang 

Jeremy 

Mat Muggins 

Aminiadab 

Tom Twist 

Mrs. Hardcastle 

Kate Hardcastle 

Constance Neville 

Maid 



Wade Merrill 

Ivan Crosland 

Lynn Benson 

Philip Sykes 

Lee Scan Ion 

Ovk^en Jenson 

Klair Bybee 

Kent Davis 

Kenneth Fowler 

Gerry Nibley 

Kent Davis 

Larry Stephenson 

Phil Harris 

Tracy Jorgenson 

Klair Bybee 

Carma Moore 

Mickey Halladay 

Mary Tucker 

Sharee Hughes 



"She Stoops to Conquer" was presented on the 
Joseph Smith Auditorium stage November 9-12. 
Director Morris M. dinger, assisted by Owen 
Jenson, presented this delightful comedy of man- 
ners by Oliver Goldsmith in true theater fashion. 
Charles A. Henson was the set designer and 
technical director. Carol Michie was in charge 
of costumes and Harold Oaks was stage manager. 



On the preceding page we see (fop) Kenneth Fowler, 
Klair Bybee, Kent Davis, Owen Jenson, and Lynn Ben- 
son in a very jovial mood. While a toast is being 
offered (bottom) in a scene portrayed by Kent Davis, 
Sharee Hughes, Jerry Nibley, Tracy Jorgenson, Lee 
Scanlon, Larry Stevenson and Klair Bybee. 

Top loft: Carmen Moore kisses Lee Scanlon while 
Mary Tucker holds his hand. Top right: Lee Scanlon 
portrays Tony Lumpkin, loft: Carmen Moore refuses 
to look at Lynn Benson. 




HEIDI 



CAST 



Emerson West 

Warren Stevenson 

Mack Smith 

Joyce Gay 

Shari Huish 

Deanna Rawlins 

Jacque AAillan 

Brent Pickering 



Aim Uncle 

Minister from Dorfli 

Peter 

Dete, Heidi's aunt 

Heidi 

Brigatta, Peter's mother 

Peter's Grandmother 

Seppi, a boy of Frankfurt 

Tinette, a maid in the Seseman 

household Linda Buckwalter 

Fraulein Rottenmeier, a governess Marie Keeler 
Clara Seseman Sharon Thomas 

Mr. Seseman, Clara's father Wade Merrill 

Madame Seseman, Clara's 

grandmother Sandra Brown 



The Youtheater presented "Heidi" on January 
11-14 in College Hall on lower campus. "Heidi" 
by Johanna Spyri, is probably one of the best 
known and most cherished of the children's stories 
throughout the entire world. Max Golightly was 
director with Sandra Roundy acting as assistant. 
Set designs were the creation of Charles Henson. 
Costumes were by Carol Michie and stage man- 
aging by Harold Oaks. 



Top: The minister from Dorfli is seen portrayed by 
Warren Stevenson. Center: We capture a stirring scene 
from Heidi, presented on the College Hall stage. 
Bottom: Sharon Thomas, Wade Merrill, Shari Huish, 
and Joyce Gay laugh with glee during a scene in 
"Heidi." 




DIARY OF ANNE FRANK 



CAST 



Mr. Frank 
AAiep 

Mrs. Van Daan 
Mr. Van Daan 
Peter Van Daan 
Mrs. Frank 
Anne Frank 
Mr. Kraler 
Mr. Dussel 



Roger Jordan 

Margy Potter 

Annalue Allred 

Bill Merchant 

Klair Bybee 

Evelyne Hegsted 

Lynne Beers 

Gary Stewart 

Tom Macaulay 



The "Diary of Anne Frank" is a pUy depicting 
the life of a Jewish family who hid for over two 
years from the Nazi regime. The material was 
dramatized from the actual diary of Anne Frank 
by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Preston 
R. Gledhill directed the drama and was assisted 
by Kaye Terry. Charles Henson was set designer 
and Carol Michie was in charge of costuming. 
Norman Tarbox was in charge of sound and 
and music. 




Top right: Annalue Allred, Bill Marchant, Jeanie Ma- 
dolskl, Roger Jordan, Tom Macaulay, Evelyn Hegstead, 
and Lynne Beers represent the players in the World 
War II dranna. Bottom right: Lynne Beers as Anne 
and Klair Bybee as Peter find they are in love. Bottom 
loft: Bill Merchant, Annalue Allred, Klair Bybee, Jeanie 
AAadolski, Tom Macaulay, Evelyn Hegstead, Roger Jor- 
dan, and Lynne Beers during a moment of smiles. 




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KING LEAR 



CAST 



Harold I. Hansen 
Phil Harris 
Klair Bybee 
Richard Nourse 
Lane Bateman 
Roger Jordan 
Lee Scan Ion 
Cliff Cabanilla 
Gary L. Stewart 
Adrian Sehlmeier 
Everett Dayton 
Richard Gunter 
Tom Macaulay 
Philip Sykes 
Lee G if ford 
Bill Clune 
n Harrison, Jae Retz, 
Cliff Birrell 
Carene Jordan 
Carol Lynn Wright 
Marie Keeler 
Millie Waldvogel, 
Lea Ward 

Laei J. Woodbury was the director of William 
Shakespeare's "King Lear." Set designs were by 
Charles Henson and costumes by Carol Michie. 
Norman Tarbox was in charge of music and 
sound. Harold Oaks acted as stage manager. 
"King Lear" was hailed as the best dramatic pro- 
duction of Brigham Young University this year. 



Right: Dr. Harold I. Hansen portrayed King Lear. Bot- 
tom: Seated we see Gary Stewart, Marie Keeler, and 
Roger Jordan. Standing is Cliff Cabanella, Lee Scan- 
Ion, Dr. Hansen, Carole Lynn Wright, Carlene Jordan, 
Richard Nourse, and Lane Bateman. 



King Lear 

King of France 

Duke of Burgundy 

Duke of Cornwall 

Duke of Albany 

Earl of Kent 

Earl of Gloucester 

Edgar, son to Gloucester 

Edmund 

Curan 

Tenent to Gloucester 

Doctor 

Lear's Fool 

Oswald 

Captain 

Herald 

Gentlemen Harl< 

Goneril 

Regan 

Cordelia 

Ladies in Waiting 





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Top left: One of the many extensive stage scenes 
seen by over-flow audiences at the production of 
"King Lear." Center: Actors assemble on stage to carry 
the mood of Shakespeare's great drama. Bottom left: 
Marie Keeler as Cordelia consoles the fraught king. 
Dr. Hansen. Bottom right: Goneril, played by Carene 
Jordan, conspires with Edmund, played by Gary Stew- 
art. 






KISS ME KATE 



CAST 



Fred Graham (Petruchio) 

Harry Trevor (Baptista) 

Lois Lane (Bianca) 

Ralph (Stage Manager) 

Lilli Vanessi (Katherine) 

Hatti 

Paul 

Bill Calhoun (Lucentio) 

1st Suitor (Gremio) 

2nd Suitor (Hortensio) 

First Man 

Second Man 

Stage Doorman 

Harrison Howell 

Cab Driver 

Haberdasher 



Bill Sego 

Jeff Willis 

Diane Heder 

Harold Oaks 

Colleen Redford 

Alice Kay Hilden 

Stan Parkinson 

Mel Gish 

Roger Clark 

Glen Smith 

Blaine Quarnstrom 

Brent Shaw 

George Andrews 

Richard Henstrom 

Jae Retz 

Tom Macaulay 





Max Golightly directed "Kiss Me Kate" which 
was presented March 15-18. Millie Waldvogel 
acted as assistant director. Music and choral di- 
rection was by Richard Ballou and Brandt Curtis 
respectively. Choreography was performed by 
Diane Chatwin and Karen Grimmett. Carol Michie 
designed the costumes. "Kiss Me Kate" was writ- 
ten by Cole Porter and has become one of the 
most popular musicals of all time. 




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Top left: Diane Hedder is shown with two suitors. 
Glen Smith and Roger Clark. Center: Bill Sego cut- 
tingly offends Richard Henstrom as Colleen Redford 
smilingly grits her teeth. Bottom left: Blaine Quarn- 
strom and Brent Shaw in the center watch as Bill Sego 
and Mel Gish carry on a conversation. 

left: Blaine Quarnsfrom and Brent Shaw posing as 
gangsters threaten Bill Sego concerning a mistaken 
debt. Center: The cast of "Kiss Me Kate" swings on 
the stage for a final curtain call. Bottom: Mel Gish 
leads a chorus of dancers as he sings of Bianca. 






J.B. 



J. B., a play of poetic prose with a scriptural background, 
thrilled audiences on four consecutive nights, April 19-22, 
in the Joseph Smith Auditorium. Brigham Young Univer- 
sity was accorded the honor of being the first non pro- 
fessional group to present the play. This permission was 
granted by the author himself. 

CAST 
Roustabout I 



Roustabout II 

Prop Woman 

Prop Girl 

Mr. Zuss 

Nickles 

J. B. 

Sarah 

David 

Mary 

Jonathan 

Ruth 

Rebecca 

The Girl 

Reporter I 

Reporter II 

Mrs. Botticelli 

Mrs. Lesure 

Mrs. Adams 

Mrs. Murphy 

Miss Mabel 

Jolly 

Bildad 

Zophar 

Eliphaz 

First CDO 

Second CDO 

Maid 

Night Club Dancers 



Harold Oaks 

Tom Macaulay 

Lea Ward 

Marie Jorgensen 

Preston Gledhill 

Lael J. Woodbury 

Ivan Crosland 

Carol Lynn Wright 

Brent Pickering 

Jean! Senf 

Steven Peterson 

Marie Keeler 

Betty Hansen 

Jean Nadolski 

Philip Sykes 

William Marchant 

Margy Potter 

Diana Markham 

Lynda De Rouen 

Marie Keeler 

Lea Ward 

Jeani Senf 

Lee Scanlon 

Gary Stewart 

Fred Dixon 

Cliff Cabanilla 

Cliff Birrell 

Barbara Steed 

Warren Stevenson, 

Jae Retz, Dan Staples 





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The setting for J.B. remains the same during the entire 
play except for a few small pieces of furniture being 
removed from the stage at different intervals. The 
v\/hole scene depicts a traveling circus v\/hich has been 
on the roads of the world for a long time. J. B. and his 
wife are living happy lives until God grants Satan the 
power to taunt and torment J.B., in order to test his 
faith in God. One by one the children of J. B. are taken 
away in terrible mishaps. J. B. remains true to God; but, 
finds himself alone when Sarah finally loses faith. J. B. 
is then smitten with boils and taken nigh unto death. 
However, J. B. remains true and unwavering and Satan's 
philosophy is overshadowed. Symbolism throughout the 
play speaks much for its power and far-reaching mood. 
J. B. will long be remembered by those who attended. 
Special performances were presented in Springville and 
surrounding communities. 





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LYCEUMS 



Under the auspices of Herald R. Clark, the lyceum 
program provided culture and entertainment to 
the students and the townspeople alike. Inter- 
nationally and nationally famous talent came to 
campus to perform in either the Joseph Smith 
Auditorium or the George Albert Smith Field- 
house. Sopranos, pianists, organists, and combos 
gave a varied type of entertainment. 



left: Duo-pianisfs from France, the Roman sisters, 
delighted the audience with their skill and adeptness 
on the keyboards. 




Center left: Andre Previn and his group pro- 
vided classical and jazz numbers on the same 
program. 



Center: International concert comedienne 
Anna Russell appeared on both the forum 
assembly and an evening concert. 



Right: Violinist Christian Ferras provided 
beauty on the strings which moved the en- 
tire audience. 





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Top left: Soprano Leontyne Price gave a concert dur- 
ing spring semester which was enjoyed by ail lyceum 
goers. 



Top right: Pianist Byron Janis thrilled the audience in 
Smith Auditorium as he manipulated the ivories to 
his liking. 



Bottom left: Jan Peerce, famous tenor, rendered a 
classical concert which enraptured the entire audience. 



BoHom right: Organist Fernando Germani gave a con- 
cert on the organ in the Smith Auditorium on the orig- 
inal organ console. 




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Top left: Ted Kennedy discussed the political plat- 
form of his brother. President John F .Kennedy. Top 
right: West Coast representative of Doubleday & Co. 
Mr. Kelley suggested that man must find his own 
standards and goals in life. 



Above left: Utah's Governor Clyde related his politi- 
cal intentions v^/hen he addressed a forum assembly. 



Above right: Former editor of Punch, Malcolm Mug- 
geridge, imparted some of his w/ry British wit and 
philosophy. 



Right: Vance Packard, author of The Hidden Persuad- 
ers and The Status Seekers, stressed the importance 
of analyzing the validity of advertising claims. 







FORUMS 

Fungi and its functions, politics, national defense 
. . . the range of topics discussed in forums 
varied "from cabbages to kings." As heated pol- 
itical debates raged near election time, forums 
were centered around political figures who ex- 
plained their party's stand on numerous pertinent 
issues. 



Top left: Humorist Will Rogers Jr. relived some of his 
father's funniest experiences and homespun antics for 
BYU audience. 



Top right: Current problems in the world were listed 
by Harrison Salisbury, correspondent for the New York 
Times. 



Bottom left: Marquis Childs, panelist on Meet the 
Press television program, was another of the notables 
who addressed the studentbody. 



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DEVOTIONALS 



During the year, on Wednesday of every week, 
the studentbody marched to the fieldhouse 
to listen to spiritual nnen deliver messages of 
great importance. For the students who came 
from far away, it gave them the opportunity to 
listen to the General Authorities almost every 
week instead of once a year as is often the case. 
Campus music groups as well as the Utah Sym- 
phony provided devotional hours for the student- 
body. This year studen^s were given an hour of 
credit if they attended most of the devotionals. 



Top right: Harold B. Lee of the Council of the Twelve 
spoke to devotional audience. Bottom left: Carl W. 
Buehner of the Presiding Bishopric talks with a stu- 
dent. Bottom right: Dean Anfone Romney spoke to 
students about his four of the USSR. 







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Top right: Elder Alma Sonne delivered a very inspir- 
ational nriessage to the students of Brigham Young. 

Top left: Elder Marion D. Hanks, of the First Council 
of Seventy, stops to shake hands with a coed of the 
studentbody and to offer a piece of sage advice. 

Center left: Maestro Maurice Abravanel directed the 
Utah Symphony Orchestra which left a message of 
inspiration in music. 

Bottom left: Elder Marion G. Romney greets students 
after he delivered a devotional message. 

Bottom right: Newell Weight directed the A Cappella 
Choir during a devotional. 




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Row 1: Faye Johnson, Judy Bishop, Saundra Richards, 
Evelyn Croft, Mary Ann Olson, Windy Stein, Nancy 
Lindsey, Judy Bachman. 

Row 2: Marie Cooper, Elaine Ralph, Irene Smith, John- 
ny Mask, Luann Duffin, Patti Hunter, Mario Aramdo, 
Connie Whitehouse, Kenna Frazer. 

Row 3: Karen Firmage, Linda Vernon, Duane Goodman, 
Joan Clark, Jerry Brown, Tom MacCauley, Ann Reid, 
Vickie Merrill. 

Row 4: Diane Chatwin, Sandra Sandberg, Charlotte 
Johnson, Janet Stevens, Sue Jacobs, Helen Hawkins, 
Elaine Whitehead, John Earl, Karen Grimmett. 



Left and below: Faye Johnson demonstrates various 
routines which Orchesis performs on assemblies and 
during their annual spring concert. Leaping and jump- 
ing and spinning are all part of the strenuous work 
each member must work at to perfect. 




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l«ft: The fellows show the girls the dexterity needed 
and also demonstrate part of an act from their concert. 
Beltem left: Rhythm and timing is the important thing 
to remember when performing ballet, modern, or 
ballroom. Bottom t\ght: As if playing a running game 
to music, these Orchesis members pause in flight, 
giving us a glimmer of how beautifully body motion 
and movement can portray our moods and feelings. 



ORCHESIS 




A sincere desire to participate, coupled with both 
dance ability and dependability comprise the 
requirements which students must meet in order 
to join Orchesis. The national organization was 
formed in 1949, and it provides members with 
an opportunity to work under such artists as 
Gertrude Lippencott, A. A. Leath, Charles Weid- 
man, and Lola Hueth during workshops and 
master lessons sponsored by the Orchesis group. 
A meeting is held weekly to enable members to 
share their interest and dance ideas, to build 
their technical and artistic ability, and to enjoy 
performing within the group. The past year's ac- 
tivities included a P. E. demonstration, a float 
in the Homecoming parade, participation in the 
BYU Christmas Show, half-time entertainment for 
the Utah State Basketball game, an assembly with 
Theta Alpha Phi, and a spring concert. They were 
also in the Preference Ball assembly and the 
musical, "Kiss Me Kate." Officers were President 
Sharon Faye Johnson, Vice President Robert Oil- 
phant. Secretary Luann Duffin and Social Chair- 
man Elaine Ralphs. Costumes were done by Ev- 
elyn Croft, Publicity by Karen Marie Firmage, 
and Historian was Jerry Brown. Sponsors were 
Diane Chatwin and Karen Grimmett. 




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ART DEPARTMENT AND 
ART GUILD 



The Art Department and the Art Guild, a part 
of the department, have done much to add to 
the culture and refinement of the university. 
During the month of April the Fine Arts College 
and the departments thereof sponsored a Fine 
Arts Festival. Musical productions, art exhibits, 
and lectures helped to emphasize the importance 
of fine arts in our lives. Although the art stu- 
dents still have to trek to lovk^er campus to re- 
ceive their training, the atmosphere of the older 
buildings seems to generate a greater feeling in 
their work. In Gallery 310 throughout the year, 
the studentbody had the opportunity to view stu- 
dent and faculty exhibits, sharing their moods 
and interpretations. 




During April, the Fine Arts Festival included paintings, 
sculpturjngs, and abstract designs. A section of relig- 
ious art received much acclaim from art critics and 
viewers alike. 




Faces in stone stare blindly into space as if searching 
for the eternal quest, truth. A bright light from be- 
hind and the mass of humanity in the fore was in- 
dicated in one painting in exhibit during April. 



Hands which are outstretched or coupled or just hang- 
ing down are very expressive of our wants and 
wishes. They are indicative of our feelings and moods. 
These hands tell a story which should mean much to 
all of us. 





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HONORS SECTION 



The students who are pictured in this section were 
nominated by their respective colleges. These 
nominations were based on academic achieve- 
ments, extra-curricular activities, and overall ac- 
complishments. This section is devoted to honor- 
ing those who excel, not only in studentbody 
activities, but, to those who excel in their major 
field of study. The Banyan congratulates them 
on their achievements. 



Top: Selected by the College of Fine Arts, Kathy Rokes 
is a senior Commercial Art student from Lynwood, 
California. She Is a member of Sportswomen and the 
Lyceum Committee. Kathy chose art because it is 
something she can relax and enjoy. She has a 3. grade 
average and wants to be a fashion designer. 



Center: A graduate student In the College of Family 
Living, Wesley Burr Is a Human Development and 
Family Relationships major with a 3.4 grade point. 
He intends to teach college and be a marriage coun- 
selor. He is in the HDFR Club. 



BoHom: The College of Nursing has chosen Sonia 
Clark Parker to represent them. She is a senior from 
Coalville, Utah majoring in Nursing with a 3.87 grade 
point average. She is a member of Spurs and Student 
Nurses Association. 



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Top right: A Political Science major from Meadville, 
Pennsylvania, Clark R. Neuroh represents the College 
of Humanities. He has a 3.9 grade point and intends 
to go into law. He was Vice Duke and Regional Viceroy 
of Intercollegiate Knights, a member of Bench and 
Bar Club, Russian Club, Housing Adjustments Board, 
Honorary Senior Council, Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Tau 
(Univ. of Arizona). 



Top left: Christy Redford, a senior from Salt Lake City, 
was selected by the College of Family Living. Major- 
ing In Food and Nutrition and minoring In Chemistry, 
she has a 3.7 average and plans to go into research or 
be a hospital dietician. She has been active in Thea 
Alexis, Spurs, secretary Spurs, Y Calcares, secretary 
White Key, Gamma Phi Omicron, Election Committee, 
Y Day Committee, Phi Kappa Phi, Senior Honorary 
Council, and Omicron Nu. 





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Center left: Representing the College of Education Is 
Verdon Baliantyne. His hometown is Orem, Utah. Ver- 
don is majoring in English and minoring in History 
and maintains a 3.9 grade point average. He plans 
to use his education to teach English at a university 
level. 



Bottom left: Representing the College of Physical Edu- 
cation is Marjorie Light, a junior from Colusa, Califor- 
nia. She has been a member of Marching Band, Con- 
cert Band, AWS Council and is President of A. Rich- 
ards Hall, president of the 15th Ward YWMIA, and 
president-elect of AWS. Marjorie has a grade point 
of 3.2. 




Top left: Klane Forsgren is a fifth year Chemical En- 
gineering student from Preston, Idaho. He has a 3.8 
grade point and is preparing to go into research. He 
has been active on campus as 1960 Summer School 
President, IOC President, Vil<ing Treasurer, Senior Res- 
ident, and is presently serving as 2nd Counselor In 
the 22nd Ward Bishopric. 



Center right: Nominated by the Graduate School is 
Howard Sandberg from Provo, majoring in Bio-Physics. 
He has a grade average of 3.9 and plans to go into 
teaching. He was a member of the Senate Committee 
originating NSA, AMS Council, vice-president AMS, 
vice-president Blue Key, president Blue Key, president 
National Physics Honorary, Chairman Bell Tower 
Building Committee, Chairman Projects Development, 
nominee of the Danforth Fellowship, and recipient of 
National Science Foundation to Yale University. How- 
ard is married. 



Bottom right: From Stirling, Alberta, Canada, comes 
Dean Michelson in the General College. He is a jun- 
ior majoring in Electronics Technology planning to 
obtain an administrative position in an electronics 
company. His last semester grade point was 4.0 and 
his overall is 3.5. He served for 6 years in the Royal 
Canadian Mounted Police as a scenes-of-crime inves- 
tigator and fingerprint expert. 



Bottom left: Majoring in chemistry and minoring In 
mathematics, Robert J. Delange was selected by the 
College of Physical and Engineering Sciences. Hailing 
from Ogden, Utah, Robert is working for his Ph.D. 
in Biochemistry. He is president of the student chap- 
ter of the American Chemical Society, president of 
the Chess Club, member of Phi Kappa Phi, and or- 
ganist for the Provo 8th Ward. He has a 3.83 overall 
average. 








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Top left: Robert Larsen from Idaho Falls was selected 
by the College of Business. AAaioring in Industrial 
Management and mlnoring in English, Robert has a 3.5 
grade average. He plans to attend Graduate School. He 
Is a member of Intercollegiate Knights and Phi Kappa 
Phi. 



Center left: Ray Garrison from Burlington, Iowa, was 
chosen by the College of Business. He is majoring in 
Accounting and has a 4.0 average. He has accepted 
a position in Denver with a national accounting firm. 
Ray is married, and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi 
and the 24th Ward Bishopric. 





Bottom left: From Boulder City, Nevada, comes Judith 
Ann Bilderback, representing the College of Human- 
ities. Majoring in English, she has a 3.85 average and 
will teach on a college level. At BYU she has been 
in Thea Alexis, Spurs, Y Calcares, White Key, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, and Office Manager 
and Copy Editor for the Banyan. 



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Right: From Norway comes Roy Samuelsen, a seriior 
majoring in Music Education. In 1956, he won first 
place in the Utah State Fair Music Contest and in 1957 
he was runner-up in the San Francisco Opera Contest. 
In 1960, he had the lead in the summer opera at the 
Academy of the West after completing six weeks in 
the San Francisco Opera School. He won the Utah 
Young Artist's Contest. This year he was awarded 
the Henry J. Lanning award in New York. He has 
sung for the Utah Symphony and Civic Opera Com- 
pany. He plans to combine teaching with professional 
singing. 



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Top leff: Rex C. Reeve, Jr., a senior majoring in Phys- 
ical Education, hails from Salt Lake City. He has par- 
ticipated in Hyper Club and football and is the assist- 
ant freshman football coach. He intends to go into 
coaching, physical education, and counseling. Rex has 
a 3.7 grade point average. 



Bottom left: Lewis Kay Shumway was selected by the 
College of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. He is 
a graduate student from Blanding, Utah, majoring in 
Botany. He plans to teach in a university or go into 
research. He is vice-president of Beta Beta Beta, has 
taught beginning Botany, and has a 3.3 grade average. 



Bottom right: The General College has chosen Loraine 
Adams to represent them. She is a sophomore from 
Santa Maria, Calif., and has a 3.7 grade average. Lor- 
aine Is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Honors Pro- 
gram, Womens Intramurals, and chairman of the 7th 
Ward Music Committee. 






left: Nominated from the College of Business is Diane 
Stead, a senior from Los Angeles, Calif. Diane has a 
3.6 grade point average and plans to teach business 
in Los Angeles. She has been active as a member of 
the Senior Honorary Council, Central Rush Committee, 
vice-president of Alcyone, and a dorm officer. 



Top right: Chosen by the College of Agricultural and 
Biological Sciences, David Arnold White is a Zoology 
major from Copperton, Utah. He has been active in 
Brigadiers, Beta Beta Beta, and Inter-Organizational 
Council. He has a 3.2 grade point and intends to go 
into research. 




Center right: The College of Education selected 5ue 
Mae Welker from Rexburg, Idaho. She is majoring 
In Elementary Education and minoring in Music. A 
transfer from Ricks College, she is a member of 
Shomrah Kiyel and the Symphony Orchestra. Sue Mae 
has a 3.9 grade average. 



Bottom right: Chosen by the College of Agricultural 
and Biological Sciences, Ira Wallace Hatch is a senior 
from Panguitch, Utah. He is majoring in Animal Hus- 
bandry and minoring in Range Management and has 
a 3.6 grade average. He intends to either work for 
the government in the Forest Service or the Dept. of 
the Interior or go into ranching. He teaches a Botany 
101 lab, was a member of the BYU livestock judging 
team, vice-president of Rodeo-Stockman Club and 
taught a class for the Boy Scout Row Wow. He also 
spent 6 months in Nicaragua as the Utah delegate to 
the International Farm Youth Exchange program. 



Bottom left: Sanna Lee Reading, a senior from Rirle, 
Idaho, was selected by the College of Humanities. She 
is an English major and intends to go into teaching. 
A transfer student from Ricks College, she has been 
in White Kay and Senior Honorary Council at BYU. 
She maintains a 3.8 average. 






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Social Units 125 

Service Units 158 

Honorary Units 171 

Special Interest Units 179 

Publications 204 




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Klane Forsgren from Preston, Idaho acted as Inter- 
Organization Council president. Trying to formulate 
new policies, Klane found the going rough especially 
with the petition which was for the abolishment of 
social units. 





IOC Supreme Court consisted of: Front row: Wayne 
Boyack, Gary Comstock, Gary Goodson, LaDell An- 
derson. Back row: Mike Dean, Richard Evans, Richard 
Hunter, Bruce Bryan. 



Bob Bentley, IOC Vice President, aided Klane in exe- 
cuting the administrative policies. 




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Tom Brighton was IOC Executive Assistant to Klane during the 
year. He gave many hours in helping to run the IOC smoothly. 



INTER-ORGANIZATION 
COUNCIL 



The Inter-Organization Council under the direc- 
tion of Klane Forsgren found that all is not a bed 
of roses. The senate wouldn't pass a bill which 
would give the IOC the freedom they felt they 
needed to function efficiently. During spring 
semester IOC found that the biggest part of its 
organizations were being attacked as being un- 
wholesome and not worthwhile. This large group 
comprised the social units. With a referendum on 
the ballot during studentbody elections, sentiment 
was divided as to the outcome whether social 
units would remain or be asked to leave campus. 





Clayne Robinson was IOC Prosecuting Attorney and 
was aided by Jack Cranney. 



The IOC was not without its legal system. Gary Com- 
stock was IOC Supreme Court Chief Justice. 




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Tokalons entertained guests at the Maple Valley Inn 
in Mapleton during fall semester. The atmosphere of 
the event will long be remembered by all those who 
attended. 




Student Coordinator Paul Felt called all male social 
unit rushees into the executive council room to ques- 
tion them concerning unethical hazing practices. 




Passing the rose in meeting, at an invitational, or 
whenever the time is appropriate, is a common oc- 
currence in social units. 



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SOCIAL UNITS 




Top left: Social units supply the studentbody with laugh- 
filled assemblies throughout the year. In a scene from 
the Bricker-O S Trovata assembly we see a part of the 
costuming work involved. Top right: CamI Los coeds 



dressed in 1920 style to perform on their assembly with 
the Athenians Bottom: Val Norns dance across the stage 
as Viking men stanO during this scene. 



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Row 1: Sandi Alvord, Sandy Anderson, Carol Beck- 
stead, Bonnie Bliss, Dahnelle Bower, Rae Ann Bring- 
hurst. 

Row 2: Marlene Brown, Suzanne Christiansen, Carole 
Clynick, Reneta Cushing, Marilyn Deem, Paula Drayton. 

Row 3: Jean Gallagher, Pat Gray, Billie Grigg, Bonnie 
Halfacre, Darlene Harris, Carolyn Hyatt. 

Row 4: Kaye Ingersoll, Mary Jacob, Sonia Josie, Kathy 
Kuykendall, Linda Losee, Linda Miller. 

Row 5: Bobbie Neil, Portia Nielson, Barbara Nisbet, 
Sally Peterson, Linda Potter, Anna Prins. 

Row 6: Nancy Robins, Donna Sass, Charlotte Smith, Jo- 
Anne Smith, Diane Stead, Marilyn Stewart. 

Row 7: Becky Stringer, Karen Sundrud, Ruth Taylor, 
Marlene Walker, Joan Warner, Marjorie Whitehead. 

Row 8: Marilyn Wright, Sharon Yancey. 




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ALCYONE 



Pat Olsen, President 



The advent of 1961 brought the 10th 
anniversary of the Alcyone Social Unit. 
Their motto "Our ideals are as high 
as the stars, yet we shall ever aspire 
to reach them" has led them in aca- 
demic, social, and service pursuits. 
Their scrapbook of activities display 
favors from the Annual Christmas 
party. Invitational, the fashion shov*/ 
"Les E'Toiles," dinner dance, and spring 
Luau with the Athenians. A special 
Alcyone tradition is that of selecting 
a "star Alcyone," the girl who did the 
most for the unit during the school 
year. Individual members excelled in 
many areas this year. Paula Drayton 
was First Attendant to the Belle of the 
Y; Donelie Bower won third place in 
both the talent and dance contests for 
Belle of the Y Contest; and Carol Cly- 
nick was Senior class historian. The 
group was led by Pat Olsen as Presi- 
dent, Vice President Diane Stead, Sec- 
retary Sonia Josie and Social Chairman 
Jackie Price. 



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Jerry Bagley, President 



Row 1: Calvin Baker, Scott Bergeson, Dan Binghann, 
Gordon Blackham, Max Brotherson, Albert Brown, Dick 
Brown. 

Row 2: Nad Brown, David Candland, Alan Cassell, Her- 
bert Christensen, Neil Coleman, Mike Conrad, Frank 
Davis. 

Row 3: Jack Davis, Bruce Dockstader, Dennis Doyle, 
Roger Dupaix, Richard Eckfield, Doug Easton, Sheldon 
Ewell. 

Row 4: Robert Fletcher, Darold Francis, Harry Gillespie, 
Thomas Hargraves, James Hart, Howard Hill, Charles 
Jenkins. 

Row 5: James Johnson, Benny Knudsen, Dee Larsen, 
Jon Lawson, John Little, Haws Marble, Ron Matson. 

Row 6: Jerry McClure, Ron McCommon, Bill Paul, San- 
dy Perkins, Blaine Quarnstrom, William Rice, Bevan 
Richardson. 

Row 7: Frank Santiago, Jim Schilling, Donald Sedgwick, 
Doyle Seely, Gary Sepulveda, Don Shaw, Douglas 
Shaw. 

Row 8: Bill Shehan, Stephen Shelton, Bruce Sims, Dick 
Smack, J. P. Sturdevant, Wendell Waite, William Ward. 

Row 9: Allen Westenskow, Robert Whimpey, Noall 
Wootton, William Wootton, Mel Worton, Leiand Wright, 
Marvin Wrigley. 



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ATHENIAN 




The culminating of unity and bro- 
therhood with the retaining of 
individuality is characteristic of 
the Athenians. The Men of Ath- 
ens were awarded the A. M.S. 
supremacy trophy for five con- 
secutive years, and have been 
active since their beginning in 
all school affairs. The standards 
of the Athenian Social Unit are 
typified by the five rubies on the 
unit pin which stand for honor, 
integrity, charity, spirituality, 
and fellowship. A traditional ev- 
ent is the annual chariot race 
each "Y" Day with the Vikings. 
Special affairs were the annual 
"Dixie Ball" and which as always 
was a great success, and a Hol- 
iday Invitational. Officers were 
President Jerry Bagley, Vice 
President Frank Santiago, Secre- 
tary Haws Marble, Social Chair- 
men Howard Hill and Bill Woo- 
ten. Sponsor of the unit was 
Lynn McKinlay. 



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Row 1: Sonja Armstrong, Sherrill Benzley, Beverly 
Bonham, Mary Lee Brady, JoAnne Brough, Charlette 
Cox. 

Row 2: Anna Vee Daines, Margie Didericksen, Carolyn 
Eames, Marilyn Ellsworth, Sharlene Ellsworth, Judy 
Fischer. 

Row 3: JoAnne Franklin, Carol Garden, Joyce Gay, 
Doris Gronfors, Tamera Hacking, Sylvia Hatch. 

Row 4: Valerie Haymore, Nadine Hoem, Terry Jepsen, 
Karen Jones, Mary Jones, Rosalie Johnson. 

Row 5: Patricia Kimball, Judy Lambert, Beth Larson, 
Sally LeBaron, DeAnn Lundgren, Merlene McGee. 

Row 6: Jeanne Merrell, Tamara Olsen, Kay Paskett, 
Elaine Ray, Dorothy Schroedter, Linda Smith. 

Row 7: Deanna Taylor, Katherine Taylor, Jeanette Wil- 
liamson. 




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Shirley Nissen, President 





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Azyan Tzata distinguished themselves 
by winning the Y-Day trophy for 1960, 
just three short days after their org- 
anization. 1960-61 completes the 
unit's first full year. The Hebrew 
name, Azyan Tzata, stands for "friend- 
ship eternal," and they hope to ex- 
emplify this motto. Last year was a 
year of exciting and rewarding chal- 
lenge in evolving new ideas and ac- 
tivities and establishing traditions. Past 
itineraries list visits to the old people's 
home and the children's hospital, shar- 
ing in the production of a Friday as- 
sembly with the Brigadiers, a birth- 
day dinner and dinner dance in the 
spring. The goals which Azyan Tzata 
seeks are those of Spirituality, Soci- 
ability, Sensitivity, and Scholarship. 
Leading the unit were officers: Presi- 
dent Shirley Nissen, Vice President of 
Culture Margie Diderickson, Secretary 
Jan Williamsen; Social Vice President 
Sherrill Bengley. Sponsor was Mrs. 
Robert Taylor. 




Bob Bentley, President 

Row 1: Gary Anderson, Lowell Anderson, Richard An- 
derson, AAarkham Bench, Robert Bennett, Dennis Black- 
hurst. 

Row 2: John Boardman, Lanny Britsch, Todd Britsch, 
Brent Brockbank, Dave Brown, David Bunker. 

Row 3: Kaye Burgon, Robert Chambers, Marty Conover, 
Shirl Cowley, Ted Cowley, John Cranney. 

Row 4: Craig Crawford, Dave Davidson, Michael Dean, 
Ray Egan, Ralph Garn, Don Greenwood. 

Row 5: Ron Hadley, Roy Hammond, Bennair Hanson, 
Leroy Harriss, Kent Huff, Joe Hurst. 

Row 6: Douglas Jensen, Lloyd Johnson, Robert Keeler, 
Jay Liljenquist, Stephen Malan, Charles Peterson. 

Row 7: George Price, Clayne Roblson, Larry Seamons, 
Burk Smith, Robert Smyth, Stephen Speckart. 

Row 8: Brent Sperry, David Stone, George Sundal, 
Swan Swensen, Anthony Taylor, Stephen Taylor. 

Row 9: Byron Todd, Bob Wade, John Wadsworth, Dave 
Weight, John Wignall, William Wright. 




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Each year, the Goldbricker social 
unit vies with the Tausigs in 
"Bury the hatchet week." The 
purpose of the activity is to try 
and decide which was the first 
unit organized on cannpus. This 
decision has never been reached 
but nevertheless, the Brickers 
have been active in campus acti- 
vities for a long time. 

This year they participated In 
Homecoming, Winter Carnival, 
exchanges, an assembly, and 
their annual dinner dance. Their 
dinner dance was held at the 
Willow Creek Country Club. 

Officers of the group were; 
President Bob Bentley, Vice Pres- 
ident Byron Todd, Secretary 
George Sundall, Treasurer Char- 
lie Peterson and Sergeant-at- 
Arms Swen Swenson. 



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Row 1: Merritt Bessey, Howard Buckley, Jerry Craw- 
ford, Lynn Cundick. 

Row 2: Sfeve Daniels, Willard Ellis, Bill Hamilton, Jim 
Hoggan. 

Row 3: Leonard Lynn, Kenneth Merrill, Richard Mer- 
rill, Tom Mettenthin. 

Row 4: Jim Mofhitz, David Nelson, Lynn Paul, Robert 
Paxton. 

Row 5: Max Robb, John Skousen, Ronald Smith, Dewey 
Smouse. 

Row 6: Jay Snell, Don Trendler, Reese Walker, Floyd 

Wells. 

Row 7: Michael Welch, William Winder, Gordon Wood- 
ard. 




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Dale Berge, President 



BRIGADIER 




Founded in 1931, the Brigadiers have 
continued to seek their original goals. 
Including the promotion of sympa- 
thetic understanding, democratic fel- 
lowship, social adjustment, cultural 
and academic advancement, and phys- 
ical aptitudes. 

Every year the Brigs take over the 
duty of mixing the whitewash for Y 
Day. They also participate in Home- 
coming and Snow Carnival. 

Traditional Brigadier affairs were the 
invitational, the Bowery Brawl, and a 
dinner dance. Intramural sports, cul- 
ture nights, and exchanges filled many 
calendar days also. Brigadier alumni 
include Coaches Clarence Robinson 
and Buck Dixon. 

Unit officers are: President Dale Berge, 
Vice President Howard Buckley, Sec- 
retary David Larsen, Social Chairman 
Jay Snell. Bishop Carl Jones of the 
BYU 14th ward is sponsor. 



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Sue Felt, President 



Row 1: Karolyn Ashby, Tamara Ashby, Susan Bailey, 
Karen Beers, Beverly Crofts, Carolyn Croxton, Sharon 
Cusick. 

Row 2: Shirley Cutler, Sue Dahl, Carol Dana, Jerrle 
Davis, Diane Deschamps, Kerry Doyle, Joyce Elton. 

Row 3: Deanna Earl, Sue Emmett, Leslie Gardner, Shir- 
ley Greenwood, Maralyn Griffith, Salley Hales, Irene 
Hall. 

Row 4: Rebecca Hall, Phyllis Hansen, Ann Hastings, 
Roxie Hubbs, Lynn Jeffries, Pat Kunz, Judy Law/ther. 

Row 5: Nancy Leishman, Jan Lundgren, Toni MacDon- 
ald, Linda Manning, Karen Martin, Linda Mason, Bobbi 
McFarland. 

Row 6: Joyce Miller, Marlene Monson, Judy Mortensen, 
Nancy Neilson, Jackie Olson, Dixie Oveson, Connie 
Perry. 

Row 7: Colleen Powelson, Pam Relyea, Connie Sant, 
Linda Smoot, Debbie Talley, Janet Taylor, Janice Tay- 
lor. 

Row 8: Pat Taylor, Linda Tenney, Jane Wagstaff, Joan 
Wagstaff, Shannon Webber, Shari Wignall, Linda Wil- 
lardson. 





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CAMI LOS 




Noted for their enthusiasm, the 
Cami Los unit experienced an- 
other full year of varied activi- 
ties. The Cami Los goal of at- 
taining sisterhood was achieved 
by their participation in many Y 
events. Much enjoyed traditions 
of the unit are their alumni-spon- 
sored fashion show and luncheon 
and the unit birthday party ev- 
ery March 3. Special activities in- 
cluded Y-Day participation, as- 
sembly with Athenians, Home- 
coming, dinner dance, and Song- 
fest. Cami Los proudly hosts two 
of the BYU Songleaders, and five 
of the flagtwirlers who entertain 
at the games. Officers were: 
President Sue Felts, Vice Presi- 
dent Linda Smoot, Secretary Jan- 
et Taylor, and Social Chairman 
Maralyn Griffith. Sponsors, Mary 
B. Jensen and Mary Mclnnes. 



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Judy Street, President 



Row 1: Jackie Anderson, LuAnne Bean, Barbara Bell, 
Betty Brown, Beverly Connolly, Jeanne Denny, Marilyn 
Curtis. 

Row 2: Carolyn Doxey, Linda Hunter, Karen Emery 
Sue Evans, Julie Foley, Kafhy Foley, Jan Francis. 

Row 3: Sharon Hammer, Jackie Hansen, Leslie Hasty, 
Helen Hess, Carolyn Hodgson, Bonnie Horrigan, Su- 
sanne Hulbert. 

Row 4: Judith Eliason, Cherry Hyatt, Dixie Jenson, 
Maxine Jensen, Sandra Johnson, Joy Jolley, AAarcia 
Jonkey. 

Row 5: Ann Laker, Elsie Macfarlane, Joyce McBride, 
Lynnette McBride, Laurel Meltzer, Earlene Michaelson, 
Elaine Miller. 

Row 6: Barbara Moore, Sandra Morgan, Sharon Mor- 
gan, Elizabeth Mulford, Susan Paaso, Jo Paine, Lynn 
Pinkston. 

Row 7: Vicki Rider, Donna Robinson, Patricia Rowe, 
Carol Runsvi/ick, Margery Sabine, Sue Schmoekel, Judy 
Shell. 

Row 8: Linda Smoot, Sylvia Sorenson, Julia Summer- 
hays, Romona Tan, Judy Teglassy, Christie Tietjen, La 
Juana Warthen. 




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DILECTUS CHI 
SORORES 




An important day for Dilectus 
Chi Sorores was December 2, 
1960, when they held their first 
Annual Birthday Party. Exchanges 
and impromptu gatherings, such 
as an early morning dance with 
the Athenians contributed to 
their many social activities which 
made the year enjoyable. It was 
a most enjoyable and successful 
year for a unit which was little 
known only a year ago. Among 
outstanding members of the 
group were Maxine Jensen who 
was a Sophomore Class Senator, 
and Judy Teglassy who was sec- 
ond runner-up in the Beauty and 
Personality Contest during Belle 
of the "Y" Week. The officers 
who led this unit to an excep- 
tional beginning were: President 
Judy Street, Vice President Don- 
na Robinson, Secretary Sandy 
Johnson and Treasurer Elsie Mac- 
farlane. 



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Doris Allred, President 



Row 1: Janice Alder, Marva Anderson, Barbara Bailey, 
Adele Baird, Lynne Barlow, Mairie-Therese Barnlch, 
Carolee Bates. 

Row 2: Karen Bellistion, Beverly Briggs, Barbara But- 
ters, Jill Carlston, Judi Carlston, Carolyn Cardwell, 
Marietta Christley. 

Row 3: Jean Dalley, Judith Ann Done, Sydney Dyal, 
Nancy Elliott, Joset Fisher, Marilyn Foremaster, Paula 
Gore. 

Row 4: Kay Greenwood, Lynne Hamilton, Judy Hansen, 
Veneta Hansen, Suzanne Hess, Suzanne Holfert, Linda 
Hunter. 

Row 5; Barbara Jane Ingersoll, Marguerite Jost, Pat 
Kelsey, Carolyn Kirby, Marilynn Margetts, Janet Mc- 
llhenny, Kathy Medley. 

Row 6: Janice Ann Morgan, Jeani Nadolski, Bonnie 
Nelson, Leah Jane Nelson, Anna Marie Nielson, Pann 
Price, Jeanne Redd. 

Row 7: Kay Reese, Elva Rosenlof, Marcia Riddle, Mar- 
gie Salisbury, Shauna Seely, Melanie Stanko, Barbara 
Steed. 

Row 8: Sharmen Sterling, Karen Stevens, Shirley Ste- 
vens, Lynne Stewart, Jane Swift, Myrna Thome, Ann 
Wilson. 




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KAPPA DEBONAIRE 




Kappa Debonaire is a relatively 
new but well established social 
unit on the BYU campus. Kappa, 
the tenth letter of the Greek al- 
phabet, and Debonaire, meaning 
affable, genial, and courteous, 
were combined to make the 
name of the unit, founded in 
1954. The main events of the 
year were the invitational, birth- 
day party, dinner dance and 
Songfest. Many Kappa Debs were 
active in school activities, includ- 
ing Anna Marie Nielson, Soph- 
omore Class Secretary, and Patsy 
Kelsey, Delta Phi Dream Girl. 
President of Kappa Debs was 
Doris Allred. 




Sue Gledhill, President 



Row 1: JoAnn Bryant, Judy Bubb, Gloria Camarillo, 
Vonnie Cannon, Jackie Christensen, Kay Chrlstensen, 
Lynne Clark. 

Row 2: Gayle DeWitt, Lynn Fife, Lynn Frothingham, 
Suzanne Garff, Gayle Gibbs, Kaye Haws, Joyce Hen- 
derson. 

Row 3: Deanna Holtry, Carole Hoppe, Betty Huefner, 
Karen Isaacson, Karin Jacob, Priscilla Jacob, Joanne 
James. 

Row 4: Judi James, Loretta Johns, Sandy Johnson, 
Sheila Johnson, Sharon King, JacqOe Littledike, Wendy 
Mangum. 

Row 5: Sheila Mauss, Shari McNeil, Linda Milne, Vic- 
toria Montgomery, Jean Nelson, Joy Nooner. 

Row 6: Patricia Noyes, Bonnie Packer, Linda Palmer, 
Patricia Parry, Dona Peterson, Ruthie Peterson. 

Row 7: Linda Prevatt, Gaye Record, Luzon Ross, Sandra 
Saari, VIcki Sealy. 

Row 8: Sue Ellen Sergal, Donna Snead, Linda Steimie, 
Sally Steimie, Sue Stephan. 

Row 9: Carolyn Tuttle, Millie Waldvogel, Jane Weaver, 
Kendra Wincott, DeeAnne Ziser. 




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Comparable to the yearly nauti- 
lus of the sea which grows into 
greater channbers within its shell, 
Nautilus, oldest of the women's 
social units, strives to build great- 
er ideals, friendships and goals 
through unit activities. Nautilus 
engages in most studentbody 
projects such as the Christmas 
Drive and Blood Drive and initi- 
ates service projects for its mem- 
bers. Special events included the 
Annual Birthday Dinner, the Fall 
Invitational, Under-the-Sea Ban- 
quet, a fashion show, a spring 
overnight canyon party, formal 
dinner dance and the Senior 
Banquet in honor of the gradu- 
ating seniors. 

Nautilus colors are gold and 
blue; the gold symbolizing "the 
radiance of sunshine and the 
radiance of our smiles," and blue 
for "the depth of the ocean and 
the depth of our hearts." 

Officers were President Sue Gled- 
hill. Vice President Loretta Johns, 
Secretary Janie Weaver, Social 
Chairman Sally Steimle. 



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Janet Johnson, President 



Row 1: Sandra Allen, Linda Andelin, Susan Anderberg, 
Glenda Andrew, Joan Arnold, Rosella Baker, Bonnie 
Barlow. 

Row 2: Sharron Bourne, Melene Bower, Susan Bower, 
Barbara Brown, Marilyn Brown, Suzanne Brown, Mary 
Beth Brunt. 

Row 3: Linda Brunt, Ann Bunker, Susan Burnett, Kay 
Burningham, Ellen Croff, Lynda Davis, Irene Dean. 

Row 4: Gloria Driggs, Ann Dunkley, Elaine Eckersley, 
Margaret Elphick, Elaine Erekson, Marjorie Greene, 
Evelyn Greenwood. 

Row 5: Carol Hansen, Claudia Hardy, Maryana Hatch, 
Karen Haymond, Gaye Hicks, Bonnie Hoeft, Andrea 
Jackson. 

Row 6: Marilyn Johnson, Merrily Johnson, Janet Jones, 
Pat Jones, Carolyn Keysor, Norma Koplin, Pat Oss. 

Row 7: Susan Pinney, Patsy Quinn, Carole Rawson, 
Carol Ronnow, Sidnie Smuin, Judy Steinagel, Mary 
Stevens. 

Row 8: Betty Stokes, Karen Stratford, Ann Sumsion, 
Shauna Swenson, Joan Taylor, Kay Taylor, Patricia 
Teichert. 

Row 9: Linda Tuckett, Sharee VanWagenen, Karen Walk- 
er, Sharon Whitaker. 





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OS TROVATA 




OS Trovata has been an estab- 
lished unit on the BYU campus 
for many years. OST means eight 
traveling sisters and was organ- 
ized by eight active girls who 
desired to further sisterhood. 

Activities of this year which 
helped to keep the OS's tradition- 
al sisterhood alive were partici- 
pation in Homecoming, Winter 
Carnival, an invitational, an as- 
sembly, exchanges, and the an- 
nual dinner dance. Winter Car- 
nival and Homecoming were par- 
ticularly important to the group 
in that Ann Dunkley was Winter 
Carnival Princess and Carol Ron- 
now was attendant to the Home- 
coming Queen. 

Officers of the unit were: Presi- 
dent Janet Johnson, Vice Presi- 
dent Marilyn Johnson, Secretary 
Barbara Brown, Treasurer Sharon 
Whitaker and Sergeant-at-arms 
Susan Bower. 




Front: LeGrande Lamb, Bob Arbon, Don Harward. 
Back: Jim Watkins, Larry Kerby. 



Row 1: Peter Bailey, Carries Burson, AAehdi Ghaz- 
anfari, Robert Churcln. 

Row 2: Tim Davidson, William Decker, Leonard Ellis, 
Gene Franks. 

Row w3: John Hamilton, Don Harward, Kent Huff, 
Mike Hunley. 

Row 4: Larry Kerby, Ronald Knudsen, LaGrande 
Lamb, Wayne Lines. 

Row 5: Bruce Molen, Dean Molen, Richard Myers, 
Siavash Nadjmabadi. 

Row 6: Kenney Noel, Ivan Nichols, Lee Peterson, 
Lance Power. 

Row 7: Steven Pusey, Walter Rhoton, Harvey Shum- 
way, Jim Watkins. 






Bob Arbon, President 



Phi Tau is the most recent social unit 
to be added to the BYU campus, hav- 
ing been organized by Brent Rytting 
in February of 1960. The fraternal 
name. Phi Tau, was derived from the 
unrt's motto "Philia Time" which 
means "Brotherhood with Honor." 
The emphasis of the unit is on social, 
cultural, intellectual, and spiritual 
achievement. The walking stick and 
the bowler are the symbols repre- 
senting the unit's ideal— the perfect 
gentleman. The "Roaring 20's" was 
the theme for an autumn exchange 
held with the Di Chi's and they also 
had exchanges with Alcyone and 
Nautilus during the year. 

Presiding officers were: President Bob 
Arbon, Vice President LeGrand Lamb, 
Secretary Don L. Harward, Social 
Chairman Steve Pusey. 







Rick Sant, President 



Row 1: John Alstrom, Gerald Anderson, Don Ash- 
worth, Milton Barns, Robert Barnett, Bart Bean, Bart 
Bowen. 

Row 2: Gary Bruce, Glenn Bullock, John Burns, Bruce 
Burton, Bart Christensen, Gerald Davis, Terrance Dona- 
hue. 

Row 3: Dennis Doyle, Grady Dyer, Val Farmer, Bob 
Fitch, Dion Frazier, Richard Hacking, Wayne Hall. 

Row 4: Tom Hansen, Kent Harrison, Bill Hayes, John 
Hill, Keith Hubbs, Bill Jackson, Bart Jacobsen. 

Row 5; Garr Jacobsen, Jerry Jensen, Nolan Johnson, 
Christopher Jones, Bruce Kochevar, Charles Krause, 
Jeff Livingston. 

Row 6: Jack Losmann, Dave Matson, Doran Merkley, 
Ron Mickle, Tom Miller, Gary Morley, Lynn Oborn. 

Row 7: Larry Ogden, George Parkhurst, Bruce Pen- 
man, Carl Quinn, Ron Rossiter, Bruce Samples, Ken 
Schaap. 

Row 8: Ray Smith, Tom Stolvi/orthy, Gene Thorne, 
Clark Thorstenson, Alton Thygerson, Tillman Turley, 
Gary Walburger. 



Row 9: Ralph Yarro. 




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TAU SIGMA 




The red-blazered Tausigs claim 
the distinction of being the old- 
est social unit on campus. This 
distinction, however, is chal- 
enged each year by the Bricker 
social unit during "Bury the 
hatchet week." The unit began 
in 1915 at the Brigham Young 
Academy. The original name "The 
Three I's" was changed to the 
Greek letters "Tau Sigma" in 
1923. Tausigs have as their mot- 
to "Omnus Uno," all for one and 
one for all. 

Some of the traditional activities 
of the unit included the Deer 
Bust, Christmas party. New Year's 
party, spring topper party, and 
their spring dinner dance. 

Officers include: President Rick 
Sant, 1st Vice President Keith 
Hubbs, 2nd Vice President Jerry 
Jensen, Secretary Dennis Byers, 
Treasurer Nolan Johnson, and 
Social Chairman Kent Harrison. 
Sponsors were Glenn Davis and 
Bob Daines. 



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Carolyn Hamilton, President 



Row 1: Karen Anderson, Barbara Ardian, Ann Balm- 
forth, Lanette Berreft, Judy Cochran, Jackie Cole, 
Marlene Coleman. 

Row 2: Kay Chrisfensen, Kathy Dalton, Rebecca Day, 
Ann Marie Doty, Dotti Douglas, Mary Jane Duffin, 
Diane Dursteler. 

Row 3: Chris Edwards, Susan Evans, Kathleen Fagg, 
Marilyn Fox, Margaret Gadd, Ann Glauser, Muffet 
Graham. 

Row 4: Sharon Greene, Virginia Halliday, Barbara 
Hamm, Diane Harding, Karen Harward, Donna Hilton, 
Paula Hoogendoorn. 

Row 5: Gaye Jacobs, Jen Jacobs, Kay Jensen, Marilyn 
Jeppson, Lynne Jergensen, Charlene Johnson, Judy 
Lynn Johnson. 

Row 6: Muriel Judd, Susan Macdonald, Donna Mackay, 
Sharon Lynn McCann, Sherry Mills, Sandra Murdock, 
Jan Ninman. 

Row 7: Diane Olson, Maryann Olson, Ruth Price, Judi 
Rassmussen, Susan Rees, Karen Rice, Sandra Sayer. 

Row 8: Gail Slater, Irene Smith, Sydney Smith, Sandra 
Jo Squires, Kathleen Stewart, Jeanne Tanner, Sandy 
Thomas. 

Row 9: Linda Toliver, Suzann Upstill, Sharon Wilkey, 
Judy Wingfield, Karen Wooley, Marilyne Zemp. 




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TOKALONS 




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The ideal of unique sisterhood 
and sincere friendliness was in- 
corporated by Tokalon unit mem- 
bers while participating in tra- 
ditional functions and special 
events in 1960-61. Participation 
in Homecoming, Christmas Drive, 
Culture Nights, firesides and 
service projects was enjoyed by 
all members. Traditional func- 
tions included the Christmas In- 
vitational, participation in Song- 
fest, and an overnight outing at 
the AAIA Home. The successful 
year of 1960-61 was climaxed 
by the annual spring dinner 
dance, "Ebony and Lace" at Wil- 
lowcreek Country Club in Salt 
Lake City. Jeanne Tanner ASBYU 
Secretary, and Donna Hilton, 
Intercollegiate Knight Duchess 
were some of the outstanding in- 
dividual members. Officers were: 
President Carolyn Hamilton, Vice 
President Jeanne Tanner, Secre- 
tary Ann Doty, and Social Chair- 
man Gail Slater. Sponsors were 
Mrs. Gail Poulos, Mrs. Rich 
Boyce, and Mrs. Monita Robison. 







Woody Clayton, President 



Row 1: Cam Arrington, John Baird, Bruce Barnson, 
Boyd Bauer, Clark Benson, Tom Brighton. 

Row 2: Gary Bunnell, Craig Christensen, Tucker Col- 
iings, Gary Crathorn, Richard Crowton, James Cush- 
ing. 

Row 3: Jack Foulger, David Fuhriman, Max Gibb, Neal 
Gunnarson, Donald Hatorj, Paul Jacobsen. 

Row 4: Alan Kenney, Patrick Kinyon, Jim Kirkham, 
Hal LaPray, Landon Lueck, Thomas May. 

Row 5: David Mayfield, Garth Nelson, Dennis Norton, 
Brent Parker, Bruce Pehrson, Len Pugh. 

Row 6: Justus Seely, Thomas Shuman, Maurice Smith, 
Jack Starley, Grant Starley, Carl Stones. 

Row 7: Clifford Sfubbs, Mike Thomas, Don Turner, 
Gary Turner. 

Row 8: Ken Wilks, Roy Van Orman, Stewart Tuttle, 

John Whetten. 









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VAL HYRIC 



Steeped in tradition, the Val Hyrics 
look to Norse mythology for their 
name. The four points of the Val Hy- 
ric pin stand for the goals of the unit: 
service, scholarship, sportsmanship, 
and sociability. Organized in 1927, 
the Val Hyrics celebrated their 34th 
active year on campus. 
Special events were the invitational, 
firesides and exchanges. VH's were 
well represented in student govern- 
ment and campus activities. Notable 
of these were: Max Pinegar, student- 
body president; Craig Christensen, 
vice president of finance,- Tucker Col- 
lins, assistant vice president of fin- 
ance,- and John Whetten, Bill Evenson, 
AM5 Council. 

Officers were: President Woody Clay- 
ton, Vice President Clark Benson, Sec- 
retary Tucker Collings, and Social 
Chairman Tom Schuman. Wilford 
Smith acted as sponsor. 




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Shanna Nielsen, President 



Row 1: Linda Allen, Mary Allen, Aniene Andrus, 
Julie Bagley, Connie Bailey, Maureen Bale, Betty 
Bardin. 

Row 2: Jeanne Barnard, Nancy Barns, Charlotte 
Britsch, Merlene Britsch, Carolyn Bryner, Judy Bryner, 
Sara Calapp. 

Row 3: Janet Calder, Judy Chapin, Fae Clarkson, Kaye 
Clements, Nancy Contner, Suzanne Criddle, Dorothy 
Crofts. 

Row 4: Claire Crowley, Janet Edmunds, Janet El- 
dredge, Lana Eldredge, Judy Fehlberg, Leica Fielding, 
Judy Firmage. 

Row 5: Karen Firmage, Lynne Hatfield, Diane Haight, 
Karen Hancock, Pat Herron, Starley Higginbotham, 
Kamie Sumner. 

Row 6: Jannae Hurlbet, Judy Jack, Dixie Jarvis, Dagny 
Johnson, Margaret Larson, Diana Markham, Carolyn 
Woodruff. 

Row 7: Gayle McPherson, Cecelia Moser, Dot Nielsen, 
Hannah Oldroyd, Bonnie Phelps, Marcia Smith, Peggy 
Wight. 

Row 8: Carolyn Potter, Colleen Redford, Shawna Rob- 
ison, Vicki Rowe, Judy Sannar, Marion Stewart, Ema 
Lou Webb. 

Row 9: Peggy Thomander, Loretta Warren. 




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VAL NORN 




Many were the events which re- 
sulted in a rich and productive Val 
Norn year. Annual participation in 
Honnecoming, Winter Carnival, Song- 
fest, the Val Norn-Viking Assembly, 
an exotic and memorable Invitational, 
"Temple of T'aig," an alumni tea. 
Banquet of Yellow Roses, buddy par- 
ty, spring dinner dance, and countless 
exchanges made the year active and 
enjoyable. Service projects filled busy 
hours also. Members shone in a varied 
list of school activities. Dorothy Crofts 
added grace and beauty to the Home- 
coming Court as 2nd attendant, and 
also capably served as Senior Class 
secretary. Carolyn Potter was crown- 
ed the Val Hyric Sweetheart. Judy 
Chapin filled the office of AWS Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, and Julie Bagley 
contributed spirit as a Y song leader 
at the games. New traditions both in 
rush procedures and in the ceremony 
held for pinnings and engagements 
added to the already outstanding 
year. Officers consisted of President 
Shanna Nielsen, Vice President Dot 
Nielsen, Secretary Charlotte Britsch, 
Treasurer Sharley Higgenbothan, So- 
cial Chairman Julie Bagley, Historian 
Judy Firmage. 




Ken Bentley, President 



Row 1: Marvin Bell, James Warner, Toney Bentley, 
Einar Bergstedt, Bud Bracken, Mike Brady, Pat Brian. 

Row 2: Richard Boyce, Tony Burnham, Gary Callis, 
Douglas Chamberlain, Wayne Chamberlain, Dee Clark, 
Larry Daines. 

Row 3: Kent Dana, Olani Durrant, Allan Earl, Brent 
Egbert, Phil Empey, Byron Fisher, Eddie Giles. 

Row 4: James Green, Joe Harris, John Hart, Garty 
Holyoak, Gordon Holyoak, Dave Hoopes, Richard 
Hunter. 

Row 5: Larry Jenkins, John Jex, Michael Jones, Jack 
Kemp, John Kindred, Dale Laub, Andy Madsen. 

Row 6: Kent Madsen, LeRoy Maready, Cliff Mayfield, 
L'Dean McCue, Darryl Thomander, Bill Morris, Jim 
Moss. 

Row 7: Lanny Nalder, Bob Orton, Stephen Oveson, 
Dick Rees, Jack Reese, John Schade, Lloyd Smith. 

Row 8: Glenn Stevi/art, Milan Smith, Ken Spangler, 
Jan Stewart, John Stone. 

Row 9: Brent Turley, Ronald White, Dave Willardson, 
Gerry Williams, Jim Strickland. 





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VIKING 




The Viking Social Unit has attained a 
chain of brotherhood and tradition 
through the of welding strength and 
energies. The goal which every Vik- 
ing seeks is that of "Excellence in all 
things." This end is sought in spiritual, 
intellectual, and social endeavors. In 
selecting new members the Vikings 
search for student leaders who exhibit 
a combination of friendliness, high 
moral character, and academic ability. 
The A.M.S. trophy for scholastic ach- 
ievement was held by the Vikings 
during the year. The Vikes previously 
retired both the songfest trophy and 
intramural athletic trophy after three 
consecutive winning years. In the fall 
sweepstakes winning of the Home- 
coming float. Outstanding in their cal- 
endar of memories was the Winter In- 
vitational, the Spring Dinner Dance, 
the Annual Jiggs party, and the au- 
tumn Deer Bust. They also received 
the Organizations Week trophy for an 
outstanding display. The Vikings also 
have the tradition of passing the Vik- 
ing stein at all pinnings. Officers were: 
President Kenneth Bentley, Vice Pres- 
ident Wayne Chamberlain, Secretary 
Glenn Stewart and Social Chairman 
Gary Stewart. 



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SERVICE UNITS 






Top: A member of Thea Alexis ser- 
vice unit sells a film classic ticket 
to anxious movie fans. Left: APO 
president, Dick Bolton is shown with 
Harvey Taylor, an honorary mem- 
ber. At an APO banquet a scroll is 
presented to Thane Packer. 




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Dick Bolton, President 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Row 1: Dan Allen, Roy Anderson, 
Michael Benning, Elver Boyle, Noel 
Candland. 

Row 2: Melvin Childs, Row Chowen, 
Dean Clay, Curtis Coombs, John 
Dey. 

Row 3: Gerald Gifford, Dennis Hoo- 
ver, Richard Hoover, Ronald Hum- 
phries, Doug Larsen. 

Row 4: Ronald Levendoski, Max 
Lloyd, Richard Nielsen, Garth Nor- 
man, Tom Powell. 

Row 5: Owen Roper, Kelly Sum- 
mers, John Towery, Ron Van Leu- 
ven, John Williams, James Wright. 




Alpha Phi Omega is the largest 
service fraternity in America. 
BYU's branch is rated among the 
top ten in the National Organiza- 
tion. Primary among their service 
undertakings this year were bike 
registration, an Asian book drive, 
providing First Aid on Y Day, 
an Inivtational Track meet, usher- 
ing at various assemblies and 
sp>ecial events, and youth work. 
On April 1st and 2nd, they were 
hosts of a Sectfonal Conference 
held in Salt Lake City which in- 
volved eight of the western 
states. Officers were President 
Richard Bolton, Vice President 
Ron Van Leuven and Elver Boyle, 
Social Chairman Mel Childs, and 
Sponsor of the chapter is Thane 
Packer, Department Chairman of 
Youth Leadership. 



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Row 1: Colleen Johnson, Kathy Jones, JoEllen Cardall, Sandra Smith, 
Florence Allen, Rosemary Delany, Imogene Erickson, Martha Baker, Linda 
Pratt, Marcia Riddle, Judy Johnson. 

Row: 2 Connie Beth Larson, Pam Packer, Sue Porter Connie Edmiston, 
Judy Hull, Vila Jean Williams, Nora Hadley, Regine Gerlach, Lauralie 
Benson, Karen Thornburgh, Paula Gore, Hope Nielson. 

Row 3 Karen Downey, Cordia Jones, Eileen Able, Marge Robinson, Sue 
Patchell, Vicki Luekenga, Charlotte Allen, Ann Stuart, Julie Harris, Apryl 
Rothe, Sara Fugal, Nancy Nyman. 



left: Coverall clad students participate on an assembly presented by 
Angel Flight, Arnold Air, and Cougarettes. Right: "Snafu in Blue" waS' 
the theme, and coveralls were the costumes in this scene from the assem- 
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ANGEL FLIGHT 




Affiliated with the National An- 
gel Flight which is found on 35 
other university campuses, the 
AFROTC Sponsor Corps at the 
Y is an integral part of many 
worthy services rendered to the 
school. Primary among its func- 
tion is the giving of support and 
spirit to the ROTC cadets. AAar- 
jorie Robinson led the corps 
through their various activities 
during the year as Commandant. 
She was assisted by executive 
officer, Charlott Allen,- Adminis- 
trative Officer, Imogene Erick- 
son; and Social Chairman, Judy 
Hull. Eminent in the year's ev- 
ents were the: Military Ball, 
blood drive, dinner dance, and 
drill meets with other Angel 
Flights. Excursions included the 
annual visit to the Colorado Air- 
force Academy, a drill meet in 
Tucson, Arizona and a National 
Convention in Miami, Florida. 
Hosting visiting ROTC groups 
from other campuses and partic- 
ipating in special events filled 
many busy hours. Sponsor of the 
Angel Flight is Colonel William 
Gibson. 




David Dredge, President 



Row 1: John Adams, Dale Ahlstrom, William Bachler, 
Earl Banner, Jim Beatse, Bruce Beck, Lowell Benson. 

Row 2: Thomas Brown, Ken Bullock, James Carfwright, 
Bill Daynes, John Dredge, Louis Dredge, LeRoy Dunn. 

Row 3: David Durkee, Paul Edmunds, Mac Ence, Les 
ter Flake, Gene Fox, Allan Frazier, Bruce Galbraith. 

Row 4: Ronald Hales, Jerry Harris, LaMar Helquist, 
Eugene Hill, William Houssian, James Jewell, Larry 
King. 

Row 5: Craig Kirkham, Ted Lewis, Thomas Mackay, 
Ferd Meyer, James Mitchell, Ray Morley, Jim Morten- 
sen. 1/8 1/8 

Row 6: Dennis Murdock, Vaughan Nordes, Richard 
Norton, James Nowell, Blaine Palmer, David Palmer, 
George Perkins. 

Row 7: Antony Sarver, Thomas Schroath, Vernon 
Scott, Gary Shumway, William Simmons, Kenneth 
Skousen, Robert Smith. 

Row 8: Paul Stephenson, Jim Stoker, John Stone, 
Clair Syndergaard, Gordon Thurman. 

Row 9: DeLoy Vernon, Dean Werner, Everett Wharton, 

Mervin White. 




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INTERCOLLEGIATE 
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The Intercollegiate Knights are a nat- 
ional honorary organization whose 
purpose is the promotion of college 
spirit and friendship. Thorugh their 
motto of "service, sacrifice, and loy- 
alty," they develop leadership abili- 
ties in their members. The Intercol- 
legiate Knight is known for his hard 
work and devotion to his school, unit, 
church and God. The favorite tradition 
of the IK'S is the lighting of the "Y" 
which is followed by a torch parade 
down the mountain and concluded by 
a party. In giving service to the uni- 
versity they retain a spirit of fellow- 
ship with one another and a closeness 
to the university. The IK's could be 
seen ringing the old Y Bell after every 
victorious athletic event. Some of their 
many services performed this past 
year included: conducting campus tours 
for visitors, the Annual Campus 
Chest Drive, ushering, selling movie 
theater discount cards, scholarship 
funds and co-sponsoring the Belle of 
the Y Week with the Y Calcares. Offi- 
cers for the 1960-61 year were: Duke 
David R. Dredge, Vice Duke Dennis 
Murdock, Chancellor Dean Werner, 
Scribe LaAAar Helquist, Executioner 
Marvin White, Recorder Lowell Ben- 
son. The group's sponsor was Ray- 
mond E. Beckham. 



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Judy Fullmer, Laralne Atferton, Sherry Louder, Caro- 
lyn Decker, Jeanette Barney, Linda Barnes, Barbara 
Harley. 



Row 1: Janice Alder ,Mary Jo Alleman, Adriane Al- 
len, Laralne Atferton, Lynn Baker, Judith Barber. 

Row 2: Jolene Barker, Linda Barnes, Frances Barney, 
Jeanette Barney, Carol Beckstead, Carolyn Beede. 

Row 3: Evelyn Christensen, Karen Cox, Shelba Dredge, 
Paula Drayton, Linda Eardley, Judy Higgins. 

Row 4: Connie Gerrard, Paula Hardin, Barbara Har- 
ley, Verna Harris, Rebecca Hawkes, Shirleen Hendrix. 

Row 5: Viola Hubbell, Linda Hunter, Kaye Keller, 
Sharon King, Carole Laing, Sherry Louder. 

Row 6: Sherry Morris, Kathleen Sandberg, Dianne 
Sargent, Carolyn Spencer, Christine Strong, Paula 
Stucki. 

Row 7: Joyce Tanner, Sharon Thomas, Joan Warner, 
Jackie Wilson. 






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SPURS 



Spurs is a national honorary sopho- 
more women's service organization. 
All members are required to maintain 
a 3. grade average. Enthusiasm and 
a willingness to serve are also im- 
portant qualifications for membership. 
President Judy Fullmer directed their 
many projects, which included a 
Christmas Charity Drive, counting at 
assemblies, ticket sales and an Invi- 
tational Dance. The offices of vice 
president and secretary were filled 
by Lorai Atterton and Linda Barnes. 
Their annual 5:00 a.m. tapping for 50 
new members out of the freshman 
class occurred in the spring. An un- 
usual tradition of the Spurs is having 
flowers ornament every meeting. Sec- 
ret pals and the honoring of newly 
engaged girls are annual events also. 
Spurs sponsor was Miss Blair Finlayson 




Barbara Spencer, Betty Brown, Dawn Jones, Jeanne 
Barnard, Winifred Nielson, Sydney Smith. 



Row 1: Jackie Anderson, Sandra Anderson, Linda Babb, 
Lynette Bagley, Jeanne Barnard. 

Row 2: Kathy Barnes, Betty Brown, Maryann Campbell, 
Carolyn Creer, Janet Crockett. 

Row 3: Jo Ann Danielson, Jane Degraffenried, Karen 
Earl, Sherie Fagg, Nancy Forbis. 

Row 4: Ann Gauser, Marcia Guild, Kay Harris, Marcia 
Haws, Kathleen Hill. 

Row 5: Jannae Hurlbet, Dawn Jones, Karen Madsen, 
Sandra Millet, Sheila Moon. 

Row 6: Dona Nelson, JaNeal Nelson, Ellen Nielson, 
Winifred Nielsen, Eileen Nuttall. 

Row 7: Susan Patterson, Camille Peterson, Karen Por- 
ter, Meria Powell, Mary Rogers, Judy Sharp. 

Row 8: Beverly Singleton, Marilyn Smith, Sharon Smith, 
Sydney Smith, Barbara Spencer, Marion Stewart. 

Row 9: Dorothy Stromberg, Carma Stuart, Jeannine 
West, Judith White, Lois Williams, Maureen Wride. 




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THEA ALEXIS 



Sixty freshmen girls lend their 
contribution of time and effort, 
scholastic ability, and genuine 
interest to make Thea Alexis the 
effective service unit that it is. 
Noteworthy among this year's 
activities was the special alumni 
office project and volunteer work 
at the State Mental Hospital. A 
unique tradition of Thea Alexis 
is that of adopting a foreign 
child. A girl of the month is se- 
lected throughout both semesters 
for the service she has rendered. 
The rostrum of officers were as 
follows: President Jeanne Bar- 
nard, Secretary Winifred Nielsen, 
Treasurer Ardy Anderson, Work 
Director Sydney Smith, Project 
Director Lucille DeYoung, Histor- 
ian Betty Brown, Social Chairman 
Jannae Hurlbet. Mrs. Bryan S. 
Jacobs was the sponsor for Thea 
Alexis. 



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Row 1: Nan Black, JoAnn Bogh, Judith Bubb, Carol 
Criddle, Evelyn Croft, Alice Crook. 

Row 2: Mildred Edwards, Kay France, Norma Zurcher, 
Judy Johnson, Marguerite Jost, Nona Larkin. 

Row 3: Pat Layton, Louise Leonard, Marilyn Merrill, 
Brenda Morrison, Carolyn Mufich, Evelyn Neff. 

Row 4: Carol Nicholson, Carol Nielsen, Sharon Ockey, 
Judith Miller, Pat Pierson, Idon Randall. 

Row 5: Janet Reeve, Suzanne Rich, Rubina Rivers, Bar- 
bara Savage, Judy Simonds, Marcia Smith. 

Row 6: Diane Stirland, Carol Terry, Jeanne Ursenbach, 
Glenda Walker, Pat Wallwork, Carolyn Ward. 

Row 7: Francis Waymire, Deann Willes, Myria Williams, 
Arlene Wimmer. 







Karolyn Jackman, President 



Y CALCARES 



Ten years of credible service to the 
university are found in the YC's scrap- 
book record. On their long list of ser- 
vice to the school are such activities 
as assistance wUh elections and regis- 
tration, ushering at lyceums and de- 
votionals, ticket selling and visiting at 
the State Mental hospital. They helped 
sponsor both Hello and Belle of the 
Y Weeks with the IK's. The Annual 
Banquet, Hero Breakfast and Invita- 
tional also were notable on their cal- 
endar of events. 

To qualify for membership in the jun- 
ior girls' honorary service unit, girls 
must not only have a cumulative grade 
point of 3 and be active participants 
In school affairs, but they must pass a 
test on the organization's constitution. 
The penfangle is the symbol of the 
unit and is awarded to those girls who 
perform outstanding service during 
the year. 

Officers were; President Karolyn Jack- 
man, Vice President Maria Cottle, Sec- 
retary Sharon Ockey, Social Chairman 
Barbara Savage. Serving as sponsor 
for the Y Calcares was Mrs. Conan 
Mathews. 




1st row: Lawrence M. Harmon, Marlynn D. McKinnon, Robert L. Shedd, Douglas Hindmarsh. 2nd row: Nyman Jensen, Richard 
Stratton, Orval K. Taylor, Jr., Edward Paugh, C. Stanley Jarvis, Don Crockett. 



CIRCLE K 



The Circle K service unit has given of their time 
and talents to help the university. Service to 
the university is their chief goal. Circle K is af- 
filiated v^^ith the Kiwanis International. In addi- 
tion to their many service projects, Circle K held 
several parties, firesides, and events to bring a 
closer unity into their unit. Blue Blazers and a 
BYU backed emblem single out members of 
Circle K on campus. 






HONORARY UNITS 



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Honorary units on the Brigham Young Uni- 
versity campus help students in their area 
of study gain valuable information. Pro- 
fessionally orientated, these units help to 
instill in the student a pride in his work 
and a desire to do his best. Academic skill 
is usually the prerequisite to enter and 
maintain membership. 



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ARCHON 



The Archon Honor Fraternity is 
the newest honorary organiza- 
tion on campus. It was chartered 
in 1960 and Blue Key unit was 
the backer. Their motto of "Lead- 
ers also Serve' 'has been exem- 
plified in their efforts to evolve 
new and worthwhile leadership 
and service projects. Within the 
unit are many freshmen and 
sophomore leaders. 

A requisite for membership is a 
cumulative grade-point of 3.2 or 
3.5 for the previous two semes- 
ters to joining. Archon is looking 
forward to national affiliation 
and is directing their efforts to 
that end. 

Bob Larsen is president with Bob 
Bahn acting as secretary. Dr. AAel- 
vin AAabey of the Political Science 
Department acts as sponsor. 




Row 1: Marlowe Ashton, Robert 

Bohn, Robert Bullington, David Call, 

John Dougall. 

Row 2: Terry Graff, Bill Hartley, 

William Heaton, John Hidley, Dan 

Johnson, 

Row 3: Bob Larsen, Ray Luce, Paul 

Merrill, Dee Oyler, Stanley Reed. 

Row 4: Wayne Reynolds, Ron Rum- 

fallo, Jerry Rusk, Joseph Rytting, 

Robert Shaffer. 

Row 5: Calvin Sumsion, Kevan Smith, 

Larry Spendlove, Michael Woodw^ard, 

Kirk Wright. 









Larry Brim, President 




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BLUE KEY 




Row 1: Gary Anderson, Allan Aus- 
tin, DeMoyne Blackhurst, Wayne 
Boyack, Todd Brltsch. 

Row 2: William Carr, Doug Chrlsten- 
sen, Gordon Christensen, John Cous- 
ins, AAaory Cowley, Lynn Farnsworth. 

Row 3: Michael Ganz, Gary Good- 
son,, Walter Hill, R'ichard Hunter, 
Geogre Jarvis, Larry Jenkins. 

Row 4: Richard Jensen, Ronald Judd, 
Gordon Moss, Lynn Paul, Gordon 
Peterson, Royal Peterson. 

Row 5: James Phillips, Robert Stand- 
ing, Gary Stewart, Don Udall, Ralph 
Waltman, Tom Worlton. 




The Blue Key National Fraternity 
demands that their members ex- 
cel in both a scholastic and ser- 
vice capacity. The requirement of 
a cumulative 3.2 grade point av- 
erage must be met and leader- 
ship ability is also stressed. The 
yearly contributions of effort and 
service to the school are great 
and diversified. Special recogni- 
tion is due them for their help in 
stressing the academic emphasis 
programs. They are responsible 
for the "B. Y. and You" pamph- 
let issued each fall and for the 
student activity calendar. An- 
other service the Blue Keys per- 
form is the distribution of foot- 
ball and basketball tickets at 
games. Many of the service pro- 
jects on campus are initiated and 
directed by them and later fol- 
lovt^ed through by various ser- 
vice units. Sponsor of the organ- 
ization is Clyde D. Sandgren. Of- 
ficers were: President David L. 
Wilkinson, Vice President Larry 
H. Brim, Secretary Richard G. 
Jensen, Alumni Secretary Larry 
W. Jenkins, Correspondence Sec- 
retary Douglas A. Christensen. 



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Row 1: Kathleen Brague, Marcia Bradshaw, 
Kenlyn Card, Jill Carlston. 

Row 2: Virginia Clark, Carol Criddle, Barbara 
Garrett, Iniece Garrity. 

Row 3: Marian Holmes, Pauline Judd, Patricia 

Kelly, Marilyn Manning. 

Row 4: Hope Nielsen, Christie Redford, 
Marge Robinson, Maryann Rose. 



GAMMA PHI 
OMICRON 




Gamma Phi Omicron was organized on 
the BYU campus in 1926, making it the 
first women's honorary society on cam- 
pus. The first prerequisite for member- 
ship is that the women be upperclass 
students studying in the College of Fam- 
ily Living. They must have a good pro- 
fessional attitude and the worthy quali- 
ties of womanhood. All these must be 
accompanied by a grade average of 3.0. 

Cultural meetings occur monthly with 
additional events such as the Christmas 
party and the Birthday Dinner banquet. 

Administering in executive capacity 
were President AAarcia Bradshaw, Vice 
President Kathy Clark, and Secretary 
Marian Holmes. Sponsoring this organi- 
zation was'Eleonor Jorgeson. 




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Alpha Lambda Delta is the women's counterpart to 
Phi Eta Sigma. ALD was founded in 1924 on the 
University of Illinois campus. BYU became affiliated 
in 1950. The freshmen and sophomore coeds who 
have attained a 3.5 grade point average do much to 
stimulate academic endeavor and to encourage cul- 
tural development on the campus. 

The past two semesters found ALD's actively tutor- 
ing and awarding two national fellowships. 

Officers were: President Evelyn Christensen, Vice 
President Linda Loughton, and Secretary Mava Tor- 
gerson. 



Row 1: Adrienne Allen, Jeanette Barney, Connie Marie 
Hall, Mava Lynn Torgersen, Evelyn Christensen, Jean Hust, 
Mary Ann Featherstone, Sandra Lynne Sandberg, Marcia 
James. 

Row 2: Nan Black, Jeani NadolskI, Carolyn Beede, Linda 
Eardley, Carrie Corless, Judy Bubb, Nancy Tolman, Karen 
Koford, Donna Leder, Lois Peay. 

Row 3: Sherry Louder, Mona Forsha, Vickl McLaughlin, 
Julianna Hayes, Sue Amundsen, Patricia G. Cox, Joann 
Smith, Carolyn Potter, Marilyn Wilcox, Maria Toronto, 
Penne Freebairn, Jill Baker. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Phi Eta Sigma is an honorary scholastic fraternity 
for freshmen and sophomore men who have accum- 
ulated a grade-point average of 3.5 or better; and 
who display leadership ability. 

The BYU chapter, one of 100 active chapters across 
the nation, distributed pamphlets to all incoming 
freshmen in the fall on "How to Study." They have 
been helpful in offering their services in the tutor- 
ing of other students. 

Heading the unit this year were: President David 
Smith, Vice President Rich Spratling, Secretary Rich 
Babcock. The fraternity was sponsored by Dr. J. 
LaVar Bateman. 



Row 1: Keith J. Clayton, Chuck Borough, Keith Wilhoif, 
Rick Babcock, David K. Smith, Curtis L. Atkin, Frederick 
C. Swensen, Frank W. Tsien. 

Row 2: Brent Wagstaff, Arthur Draper, Roger Bale, Bruce 
Bennion, Gary Lambert,, David Durkee, Dennis Schade, 
Craig W. Paxman, Robert B. Powell, John C. Lambert. 




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Row 1: Joyce Anderson, Karen Arnell, Betty Barney, 
Sharon Birrell, Carolyn Blatter, Patricia Boyle. 

Row 2: lone Bradley, Marlene Brown, Carolyn Card- 
well, Jacqueline Christensen, Kay Christensen, Bar- 
bara Colby. 

Row 3: Pamela Gordon, JeNeal Curtis, Ann Dowdle, 
Gayle Edwards, Carlie Fotheringham, Doretta Gillins. 

Row 4: Susan Hansen, Marilyn Hayes, Linda Hinckley, 
Dixie Holt, Cherryl Huber, Peggy Katsuda. 

Row 5: Lynn Kennard, Delaine Madden, Elaine 
Maughan, Colleen McConkie, Evelyn Neff, Sharon 
Ockey. 

Row 6: Donna Payne, Reta Payne, Patricia Peterson, 
Kaye Rindlisbaker, Gwynne Roberts, Sandra Sandberg. 

Row 7: Sandra Smock, Joyce Sutherland, Joy Tawzer, 
Veniece Vent, Shirley Wiseman. 




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Margaret Muir, President 



PHI CHI THETA 



Phi Chi Theta is a professional fra- 
ternity for women majoring in bus- 
iness. It was nationally organized in 
1924 and the BYU branch, known as 
the Psi Chapter, participates in bien- 
nial conventions with 50 other uni- 
versity chapters in the United States. 
Features of the organization are its 
installation of honorary members, its 
quarterly publication, and participa- 
tion in the National Efficiency Rating 
Program. Annual presentations of 
award scholarships and scholarship 
keys are made. Officers were.- Presi- 
dent Margaret Muir, Vice President 
Peggy Katsuda, Secretary Karen Ar- 
neli and Treasurer Pat Boyle. The 
sponsor was Mrs. Ethelyn Taylor. 



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Thomander, President 



Bw 1: Judith Bilderback, Yvonne Bf 
lock, Naomi Boyer, Marcia Bradshaw, 
Kathleen Brague, Rene Brooksby. 

Row 2: Virginia Clark, Ann Doty, Patricia 
Kelly, Susan Lillywhite, Nancy Morrell, 
Carolyn Nelson. 

Row 3: Kaye Passey, Sanna Lee Reading, 
Christie Redford, Linda Roberts, Selene 
Sandberg, Kay Senzee. 

Row 4: Carol Shepherd, Kay Thompson, 
Emma Thurston. 




WHITE KEY 





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service unit on campus was \ 
White Key. Twenty-four outstanding 
senior women comprise this honorary 
service sorority. All members exem- 
plify the highest in academic stand- 
ing and must exude good character, 
school loyalty and the demonstration 
of high moral integrity. Each girl's 
record of previous service to the uni- ^H 
I versify must be most exemplary. fl 

I Among the White Key's contributions 
to the Y are the editing of the stu- 
dent directory, directing a mid-winter 
party of all women's service units, a 
Christmas Drive, leading the Home- 
coming Parade, holding an open house 
and providing speakers for various 
meetings. 

Officers were: President Joan Tho- 
mander, Vice President Carolyn Nel- 
son, Secretary Christie Redford, Treas- 
urer Selene Sandberg, Historian Kay 
Passey. Dr. Marian Bennion of the 
Foods and Nutrition Dept. was spon- 
sor of the group. 




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SPECIAL INTEREST UNITS 



The units which are fostered through 
a common interest, such as marching, 
dancing, sports, an area's culture, add 
much to the cosmopolitan atmosphere 
on the campus of Brigham Young Uni- 
versity. By attending the various meet- 
ings one can learn a dance from far 
off India or study the culture in New 
Zealand. Or perhaps the technique of 
rodeo work or even acting would be 
of interest. All of these and more are 
on the campus to broaden our educa- 
tion and our social life. 




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AIR SCIENCE FACULTY 



Row 1: William J. Gibson, Wilford Burton, Paul Boman, Ray W. Alvord, 
Afton V. Nickell. 

Row 2: Calvard Allen, Wayne Allen, Jack Campbell, Charles Cardon, John 
Christensen. 



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Row 3: Deon Gubler, George Harmon, Phil Kresge, Eldon Lytle, Don Mc- 
Krola. 



Row 4: Willard Phillips, James Young. 






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AIR SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

The Department of Air Science offers a four-year AFROTC program 
designed to fit into the regular academic schedule of BYU. At the 
end of this curriculum cadets have earned 20 credit hours of aca- 
demic work which count towards graduation, and have attended a 
four-week training course at an air force base. Successful completion 
of the program and graduation with a baccalaureate degree qualify 
the cadets for a commission as second lieutenant in the United 
States Air Force Reserve. 





Lt.-Col. Gibson presents an award to a cadet at ceremonies on the west 
parking lot. 




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Theta Alpha Phi, an honorary drama organiza- 
tion, requires its members to be both talented 
and active in dramatic areas. This year the group 
was kept very active in varied functions such as 
monthly culture nights, publicizing and ushering 
at drama productions, producing an assembly, 
and hosting the regional Theta Alpha Phi con- 
vention. The organization's purpose is to aid the 
drama department and especially freshmen 
speech majors with their academic endeavors. 

Officers included: President Gary Stewart, Vice 
President Ivan Crosland, Secretary-Treasurer 
Carol Lynn Wright, Historian Lee Scanlon. Dr. 
Harold I. Hansen is the sponsor. 



I Row 1: Dr. W. Derby Laws, David W. Newman, Gor- 
don T. Clark, Ralph Jones, Dr. Merrill Hallam. 

Row 2: Abbas Soleimani, Siavash Nadimabadi, Mervin 
Cheney, Ralph H. Hunt, Willard R. Phillips, AAelvIn K. 
Mulr, Dennis N. Orton. 

Row 3: Helaman Aragon, Dwain Horrocks, Efrain Vil- 
lalobos v., Gary R. Stringham, Floyd B. Hansen, Gor- 
don E. Weinheinner, Ken R. Parker, John R. Adams. 



THETA ALPHA PHI 



Row 1: Lee Gifford, Ivan Crosland, Lary L. Stewart, 
Carol Lynn Wright, Dr. Harold I. Hansen, Harold R. 
Oaks. 

Row 2: Sharee Hughes, Wade H. Merrill, Tom Mac- 
aulay, Margy Potter, Owen O. Jenson, Mickey Halla- 
day, Diana Markham, Lea Ward, Millie Waldvogel. 

The Agronomy Club is comprised of agricultural 
students interested in agronomic work. The BYU 
Agronomy organization is associated with the 
national American Society of Agronomy. Its 
threefold purpose consists of farming, fellow- 
ship, and fun. During the school year movies 
dealing with agricultural advancements and out- 
side guest speakers helped the members to gain 
extra knowledge and information regarding their 
field. The Club displayed periodical exhibits in 
the Brimhall BIdg. and had a special display fea- 
tured during Student Organizations Week. A 
special project in the 2nd semester was partici- 
pation in the freshman carnival. Governing mem- 
bers were President Gordon Clark, Vice President 
David W. Newman, Secretary Ralph Jones, and 
Treaurer Welshuan Cheing. The sponsor was W. 
Derby Laws. 



AGRONOMY 




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ARIZONA 



Row 1: Alice Neal, Joan Jolley, Kelly J. Curtis, DeWayne tooley, Clarence A. 
Bigelow, Verona S. Jarvis, Blaine L. Jarvis, Ken Batson, Linda Jacobs, Kaye Haws. 

Row 2: Alyce M. Felix, Georgia Hamblin, Joyce Jolley, Kay GarcJner, Karen Pos- 
sum, Sandra Eyring, Toni Kaye Call, Carol Anne Hadley, Karen Scott, Jane Reese 
Veria Hansen. 

Row 3: John Newson, Lurlyne Young, Diane Roskelley, Charlene Hancock, Joyce 
AAcBride, Karolyn Sackman, Wanda Wallace, Joan Gardner, Donna Rinquest, Mar- 
lyn Cochran, Kathie Burgess, Jim Handy 

Row 4: Levier H. Gardner, Larry Wilkins, Lee Dille, Jerry Burbank, Michael E. 
Trent, James Jewell, Charles Porter, Gary Perkins, Erian Burk, John Silva, Myron 
Hanchett. 

Row 5: Jim Monroe, Eugene Barker, Jim Greene, Will Brundage, Tillman Turley, 
Sam Curtis, William Burton Franz, P Arlan Beebe, Ellis W. Hamblin, Walter N. 
Rhoton, Evan Morrison. 




One of the most enthusiastic organ- 
izations on the Y campus is the Ariz- 
ona Club. Perhaps most noteworthy 
of their past year's achievements was 
their float which won the 1st prize 
for originality in the Homecoming 
parade. Favorite activities of the 
members are the traditional Spanish 
supper, steak fry, Western Week and 
toboggan parties. This past year the 
club sponsored one of their well- 
known Western dances for the stu- 
dentbody and performed in the west- 
ern assembly. The club's most out- 
standing feature is the Western 
Stomps which offer fun times for all. 
Larry Kirby was President and the oth- 
er officers were: Vice President Eriin 
Burke, Secretary Jean Dally, Social 
Chairman Judy Lawther and Co-Social 
Chairman Blaine Jarvis. 




Commandant— Shannon Webber 




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COUGARETTES 



The BYU Cougarettes is a marching 
unit comprised of 34 Freshman and 
Sophomore girls. The interim be- 
tween halfs at football and basket- 
ball games are always pleasant 
when the Cougarettes entertain the 
spectators with their precision and 
skill, spirit and poise. They are fea- 
tured at home games and take an 
annual out-of-state trip each year. 
This winter they accompanied the 
basketball team to Seattle, Wash. 
Eligibility is based primarily on 
marching ability, along with person- 
ality, poise grade average, and ap- 
pearance. The Cougarettes are an 
asset in promoting pep and spirit 
on the University campus. Officers 
were: President Frances Bentley, 
Secretary Sharon Cusick, Social 
Chairman Sharee Van Wagenen. 
The sponsor is Mrs. Curtis Dastrup. 



Row 1: Katherine Allen, Sandra Allen, 
Glenda Andrew, Shauna Arnoldsen, 
Dixie Bushnell, Beverly Cox. 

Row 2: Sharon Cusick, Shirley Cutley, 
Lanis Dastrup, Ronna Dobbins, Glenna 
Flake, Darlene Godnick. 

Row 3: Carol Hansen, Jeanette Heiner, 
Patty Hillman, Betty Jacobsen, Karen 
Knudsen, Carole Lee. 

Row 4: Diane Olson, AAary Olson, Judy 
Rasmussen, Carole Rawson, Sondra 
Read, Dianne Rilly. 

Row 5: Pat Skousen, Irene Smith, Linda 
Tenney, Jane Wagstaff, Joan Wagstaff, 
Janice Watts. 




ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 




The Jesse E. Stay Squadron of the Arnold Air 
Society boasted a membership of outstanding 
cadets of the AFROTC. The society was honorary 
in that it admitted only top cadets and social in 
that it held parties and exchanges throughout 
the year. 

Some of their activities included Air Force guest 
speakers at weekly meetings, a formal dance, and 
sponsorship of a cadet rifle drill team. The squad- 
ron also participated in a service project assigned 
from national headquarters. Men in this group 
were outstanding in scholarship and leadership 
and were able to further these characteristics in 
work with one another. 




Top: Julie Harris, left, and Martha Baker, right, were 
attendants to Judy Hull, center, who was crowned 
queen at the annual AFROTC Military Ball. 



Center: Students on the BYU campus were surprised 
to see a helicopter faking off from campus and re- 
turning. Members of RQTC were scheduled to fly 
over the valley in this copter from Hill Air Force Base 
in Ogden. Bottom left: Weapons of modern warfare 
are displayed surrounding the supersonic jet, the 
F-105. 



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Row 1: LeRoy Barnson, Edmund Bak, John Bennett, 
James Carrigan, John Christensen. 

Row 2: Richard Covey, Gordon Gortler, Deon Gub- 
ler, George Harmon, Robert Horning. 

Row 3: Alen Macwhinney, Donis Meiners, Charles 
Pennington, Willard Phillips, Kent Price. 

Row 4: Joseph Schaefer, Russ Sly, Bill Snow, Rich- 
ard Terry, Lee Workman. 



Right: Richard Covey, one of BYU's ROTC sharp- 
shooters, shows Michael Novakovich and Sgt. Paul 
Boman the trophies won by the BYU team. 




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Row 1: Don Jones, Frank Judd, Glen Hunsaker, Rich- 
ard Stratton, Darrel Monson, Davis Bartholomew, Rob- 
ert Boulter. 

Row 2: Ron White, Merrill Johnson, Bruce Thomas, 
Mike Ossola, Larry James, Charles Carr, Richard Wood- 
bury, Gayle Miner, Norton Chaston, Blair Blaser, Ste- 
phen Clark, Kent Boyer, Joe Stoddard, Don McKrola. 

Row 3: Robert Green, Robert Hart, Charles Cummins, 
Vernon Poulter, Blake Taylor, Henry Call, Richard 
Powell, Brent Davis, James Anderson, Robert Davis, 
Jeff Thomas, Kent Beus, Lee Rasmussen, Hal Rigby. 

Row 4: John Lauritz, James Cannon, Ronald Barwick, 
Dennis Holdaway, Eddie Paugh, Warren Fraser, Jim 
Westover, Brent Dickson, Nelson Dorny, Robert Thomp- 
son, Dan Merrill, Tom Frizzell, Terry Gale, Calvert Lyon, 
James Irvine, George Hone. 

Row 5: Jerry Dane, Glen Enke, Ben Fietkau, Ronald 
Van Leuven, Douglass Bills, Walter Torgacs, Rassa 
Shaw, Vern Jorgensen, Russ Gale, Brent Montgomery, 
Earl Bean, Pryce Hales. 



The BYU organization of Electrical Engineers is 
connected with the American Institute of Electri- 
cal Engineers and the Institution of Radio Engin- 
eers. The group, which was founded to further a 
professional attitude and to aid students, partici- 
pated in no-cost help sessions, bi-weekly meet- 
ings, lectures by experts on different aspects of 
engineering, and participation in Engineering 
Week. Along with professional activities the 
group also sponsored several social events which 
helped to join the members with a common In- 
terest and a bond of friendship. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY 





CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
SOCIETY 

The BYU Chemical Engineering Society, formally 
entitled Chi Epsilon Sigma, was formed with the 
primary objective to offer those students in the 
field of chemical engineering an opportunity to 
develop an advanced professional attitude. Only 
upperclassmen in this field are eligible for mem- 
bership. In the spring the annual Honors Ban- 
quet was held during which the selection of the 
outstanding chemical engineer of the year was 
made known. Filling the office of President was 
Gary L. Crandall. Assisting him were Secretary 
Steve Neilsen, Treasurer Sang Woo Lim, and 
Publicity Chairman Phillip Harrison. James J. 
Christensen sponsored the club. 

Row 1: J. J. Christensen, Phil Harrison, Gary Cran- 
dall, Steve Nielson, L. D. Smoot. 

Row 2: Raj Jhaveri, Max Mihifeith, Charles Jenkins, 
John Austin, Klane Forsgren, Jack Livingston, Lynn P. 
Walker. 

Row 3: Gad L. Williams, Larsen Boyer, James Rooney, 
Lynn Godfrey, J. Winslow Young, Sheldon R. Murphy, 
Gidwan K. Kumar, Gul M. Khilnanl. 



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CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY 




The Civil Engineering Society fosters a progres- 
sive attitude by making available to its members 
lectures and literature that are abreast of current 
thinking. To qualify for membership with this 
society, which is under the auspices of the Insti- 
tute of Radio Engineers and the American Insti- 
tute of Electrical Engineers, men must be at least 
third year students in civil engineering. 

October was highlighted by the group's field trip 
to Flaming Gorge Dam. During April the local 
chapter was accepted into the A.S.C.E. Civil en- 
gineer's wives have united to form an auxiliary 
unit, which is unique only to the BYU campus. 

Officers were: President Brady Smithson, Vice 
President David Prothero, Secretary Fred Allred, 
and Sponsor D. A. Firmage. 

Row 1: Davie* M. lormey, Calvin G. Lasson, Brady 
Smithson. Prof. D. A. Firmage, Thomas E. Hanson. 

Row 2: Robert J AAurdock, Stanton S. Nuffer, S. Olani 
Durrant, Eriend B. Warnick, James W. Roberts, Reese 
J. Goodwin. 

Row 3: Ernest F. Farley, David M. Neeley, Bob Wil- 
son, Leon H. Meldrum, James L. Easton, Heikki Hov- 
land. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

he American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
xtended membership to any junior or above in 
lechanical engineering. The unit, which was af- 
iliated with the Mechanical Engineering depart- 
lent, held many professional as well as social 
Ctivities. Among the activities of the group were 
schnical meetings presented by various indus- 
•ies, field trips to industrial and military instal- 
itions, and participation in Engineering Week. 

OW 1: Forrest E. Hatch, David H. Dawson, Kay Dicer- 
Dfl, John M. Simonsen, Fred M. Parker, Paul Petersen. 

nw 2: G. Bryan Drennan, Atallah Taskini, EIroy Gene 
hristiansen, Mario Andersen, Kay Littlefield, Gary 
lawson, Richard Duke, Alan Justesen, Mont J. Ste- 
ens, John 1. Smith, Willis L. Harrison, Lynn H. Blake, 
Bfrln W. West. 

OW 3: Heinz L. Horstmeier, David Tree, Richard R. 
)wens, Paul W. Timothy, Clarence A. Calder, Kent R. 
leske, Byard D. Wood, Loren Blocher, Emery Patten, 
/an E.Johnson, Byron P. Peterson, Don L. Butcher, 
telvin J. Merrel 




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CALIFORNIA MISSION 



Students who have either served on missions or 
lived in the northern California area, meet to- 
gether in the California Mission Club. The group, 
having a common geographical interest met to- 
gether for parties and firesides and renewed old 
acquaintances and made many new ones. The 
officers of the group were: President Nigel Cook, 
Vice Presidents Craig Jones and Marilyn Cooper, 
and Secretary Aileen Zucco. 



Row 1: Aileen Zucco, Craig Jones, Pat Kelsey, Nigel 
Cook, Marilyn Cooper. 

Row 2: Donald Engstrom, James L. Dunkley, Jack Mc- 
Eacherm, Harley E. Toone, Dick Whiting, James O. 
Mitchell. 

Row 3: Richard McKnight, Charles H. Freeman, Richard 
E. Knight, John B. Meade, Robert D. Clay, Fred M. 
Paulson Jr. 




HOME ECONOMICS 

Home economics, a field which is close to nearly 
every woman's heart, was particularly important 
to the women belonging to the club called by 
that name. Home Economics. The club fostered 
the promotion of leadership and professionalism 
in its members with activities centered around 
two main purposes: to gain a better under- 
standing of the role of home economists and 
the opportunities open to them, and to broaden 
the member's scope in learning and understand- 
ing. Officers were President Margaret Lewis, 
Vice President Louise Andrus, Secretary Glennis 
Pollei, Treasurer Carolyn Dastrup. Elaine Brasher 
was the adviser. 



Row 1: Glennis Pollei, Louise Andrus, Elaine Brasher, 
Margaret Lewis, Carolyn Dastrup, Patricia Burkholder. 

Row 2: Virginia Bird, Hildred Chappell, Gloria Cama- 
rillo, Mardeen Christiansen, Tonya Redd, Hope Nielsen, 
Irene Compton, Judy Lee Higgins, Sherry Lee Morris. 

Row 3: Annalee Jeppson, Kathleen Gurney, Marilyn 
Wright, Kenlyn Card, Marcia Bradshaw, Marjorie Rob- 
inson, Nona Larkin, Louise Leonard, Mary Joan Wan- 
lass, Ann Eddington. 



Y SQUARES 



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A knowledge and enjoyment of square 
dancing combined with the spirit of friend- 
ship and good fellowship have been essen- 
tial in making the Y squares the enthusias- 
tic and successful recreation club that it is. 
The President was Jack Nelson. Other of- 
ficers included Vice President Errol Smith, 
Secretary AAyrIa Williams, and Social Chair- 
man Pat McNeill. Earl A. Beck was the 
Caller, while Ned Stringham served as spon- 
sor to the organization. Special activities 
were the Fieldhouse Frolics, Christmas Jam- 
boree and the state-wide jamborees. 

Row 1: Jana Jacobs, Louise Cox. 

Row 2: Jack Nelson, Myria Williams, Earl A. 
Beck, llene Beck, Ned Stringham, Florence 
Stringham, Pat McNeill, Errol Smith. 

Row 3: AAelva Green, Martha Larsen, Donna 
Stephensen, Edith Rains, Linda Jacobs, Janice 
Sparks, Dianne Sargent, Mariam McLain, Bar- 
bara Ross, Claudia Scoville, Nancy Mackay, Lu- 
Dene Brown. 

Row 4: Eugene Sidwell, Allen Budge, Paul Steed, 
Steven Yancey, Larry E. Harmon, Carroll Jacobs, 
^Aax G. Berthelson, George E. Harmon, Ernest 
De Tomaso, Larry H. Keller, James C. Holmes, 
Lee S. Mackay. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

The Industrial Arts Club is a professional 
organization extending membership to in- 
dustrial arts majors. The group had various 
lectures throughout the year on subjects 
which would help them to go successfully 
into the professional world. Of special help 
to the graduating members of the club were 
first hand reports from graduate teachers on 
teaching oportunities in the field. Officers 
were: President Joe Beeley, Vice President 
Lyman Tolman, Secretary Junior Bailey, and 
Sports Director Nolan Lutz. Publicity director 
was Dennis Higgenson. 



Row 1: Ross J. McArthur, Dell K. Allen, Junior C. 
Bailey, Joe Seeley, Leonard Glismann, LaVall Gametf, 
Max E. McKinnon, Ernest C. Jeppsen. 

Row 2: Nolan Lutz, Dennis Higginson, Bill Mehew, 
Duane Bunnell, Karl Adam Christian, James W. Whit- 
ing, DeLynn Caldwell, Don Jarman, Jay Hicken, Mer- 
rill Bellows. 

Row 3: Donald L. Grimaud, Kenneth Milner, Kenneth 
D. Henry, John W. Sorensen, Jack D. Tullis, John M. 
Querry, Glenn T. Rodeback, Charles R. Howard, Wil- 
liam Edwood, Kent D. Broadhead. 





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Row 1: John Anderson, Wayne Asay, Reid Beers, Al- 
onzo Cook. 

Row 2: William Henderson, Marion Henrie, Vern Hun- 
saker, William Hyde. 

Row 3: Marvin Jenkins, Stephen Jones, M. C. Keller, 
Paul Kelly. 

Row 4: Arden Leigh, Jery Mikkelsen, Allen Murdock, 
Glenn Nelson. 

Row 5: Jerald Palmer, Stanley Parkinson, Lloyd Price, 
Roy Schmid. 

Row 6: Manfred Schulzke, Paul Sorenson, Richard 
Tebbs, Erwin Thompson. 

Row 7: Kay Wheadon, John Woodward. 






DELTA PHI 



The Delta Phi Fraternity has the dis- 
tinction of being the first Greek Let- 
ter Fraternity organized in Utah, and 
one of the very first west of the Miss- 
issippi. In order to qualify for mem- 
bership in Delta Phi one must have 
served on a Stake or full-time mission 
for a period of not less than six 
months. The organization has a chor- 
us which tours and performs for 
groups in this area and nationally. 
Each week the Delta Phis sponsor a 
group of elders who hold meetings 
with the inmates at the prison, and 
once each month they sponsor a fire- 
side for the patients at the State Men- 
tal Hospital. The Delta Phis have num 
erous special events including the 
Dream Girl Dance, the Spring Formal, 
a Love'm and Leave'm party, exchang- 
es, and an Invitational. Officers for 
1960-61 were: President Lyman Hen- 
rie. Vice Presidents Wayne Asay and 
Stan Parkinson, and Secretary Paul 
Kelly. The Delta Phi sponsor was De- 
Mont Coombs. 



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KIA ORA 




Joan Kimball, Fred H. Calder, Cecile James, 
Hiria Christy, Don Reed, Le Ann Cagle. 



Row 1: Diane Johnson, Alice Steed, Joam 
Kimball, Fred H. Calder, Cecile James, Hira 
Christy, Don Reed, LeAnn Cagle, Chet Harmer, 
Karen McCune, Linda Madsen. 

Row 2: Janice Sorensen, Bob Tanner, Rubina 
Rivers, Warren "Poto" Thornock, Moana Hall, 
Lynn Bjorkman, Hohepa Merino, Jeanne Rich- 
ardson, Margie Edmonds, Donna Edmonds, 
Thankie AIna, Kowhai Murray. 



The Kia Ora Club consisted of Polynes- 
ians, returned missionaries from New 
Zealand, and others who had a desire 
to learn more of the culture of New Zea- 
land. The group, well known on campus 
for exceptional dances and songs depict- 
ing the Maori culture, performed on 
many programs in the Provo area as 
well as many times on the BYU campus. 
They also participated in the Eastern tour 
the program bureau took last spring. In 
addition to active participation on num- 
erous programs, the group held parties 
and firesides throughout the year. Frank 
Horton was sponsor of the group. 



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NEW MEXICO 



The promotion of social activities among 
students of the same state was the 
objective for the forming of the New 
Mexico Club. Thus it was organized in 
October of 1953 and has since partici- 
pated in many school activities and pro- 
jects. Through the two semesters of the 
1960-61 school year the New Mexico 
Club held canyon, skating and dancing 
parties, and enjoyed the spirituality gain- 
ed through firesides. Officers were: Pres- 
ident Douglas W. Banks, Vice President 
Frank H. Davis, Secretary Judy Atwood 
and Social Chairmen Rosalind Collyer 
and Leonard Lynn. 



Row 1: Carolyn Kerby, Linda Hunfzinger, Con- 
nie Hostetter, Mary McNeill, Rolalind Colleyer. 

Row 2: Evelyn Greenwood, Dewey Smouse, 
Doug Nielson, Frank Davis, Glen Palmer, 
Steve Christensen, Douglas Banks, Joe Hart- 
man, Hazel Hartman. 



STUDENT NURSES 

The Student Nurses' Association brings 
together women with the same interests 
and offers them social as well as profes- 
sional activities. In order to prepare for 
their future roles, the nurses held pro- 
fessional lectures and made every ef- 
fort to further their preparation for nurs- 
ing. Activities other than professional in- 
cluded fund-raising projects, their an- 
nual spaghetti dinner, a winter invita- 
tional, and an exchange with the Inter- 
collegiate Knights. Most of their nursing 
training takes place at the LDS Hospital 
in Salt Lake City, but, the student nurses 
Still find time to keep in touch with the 
campus. 

Row 1: Carolyn Lake, Carol Gadd, Beverly 
Brunski, Sonia Parker, Karen Anderson, Judy 
Norton, Jacque Littledike. 

Row 2: Nadine Johnson, Louise Frost, Elaine 
Johnson, Barbara Dahline, Judy Vehar, Lor- 
etta Seneca, Dorothy Lott, Shirley Wride. 

Row 3: Leslee Swendsen, Ann Boam, Bonnie 
Larson, Dorothy Bean, Jineen Greenhaigh, 
Carol Lee Walklngshaw, Ellen Knapp, Jane 
Parks. 



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Top: Students who participated in the International 
Folk Dance club and others who were interested in 
folk dancing helped to keep the spirit of national and 
international brotherhood alive. In learning dances 
from all over the world the dancers learned to ap- 
preciate the cultures and feelings portrayed in the 
dances. 

Right: In Januaiy, the International Folk Dancers spon- 
sored a state wide festival. The first part of thhe pro- 
gram consisted of Folkdancers presenting a concert. 
Later the floor was turned over to more than 500 
folkdancers from all over Utah. 

Bottom right: Carol Meservy and Wayne Muhlestein 
do the Ting-a cling, a dance done with bamboo poles 
which originated in the Philippine Islands. 

Bottom left: Mary B. Jensen, director and participant in 
folk dance activities. 







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The BYU International Folk Dancers 
evolved as a campus organization 
in 1956 as an outgrowth of class- 
work. They are now a large ex- 
hibitional touring group. The skills 
of rapid learning and being able 
to perform well the dances of var- 
ious countries, enhanced by out- 
going personalities have made the 
members into an effective unit 
which offers much enjoyment to 
audiences. The BYU club is a mem- 
ber of the Folk Dance Federation of 
California, the largest folk dance 
association in the United States. Al- 
ong with performing, members 
study the various cultures of the 
lands of the dances origin. Janu- 
ary 1 1 marked the first folk dance 
concert which was presented in the 
fieldhouse to a most receptive 
crowd. A highpoint of the year was 
the accompanying of the Program 
Bureau on a tour to the San Fran- 
cisco area in February. Director of 
the club was Mary Bee Jensen. L. 
DeWayne Young and Virginia Rae 
Meservy acted as student assistants. 
Co-ordinator was Carol AAeservy. 

INTERNATIONAL 
FOLK DANCERS 



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Row 1: Lowell Anderson, Stanley Ban- 
ta, Lavan Bates, Judy Bishop, Glenn 
Brown, Ann Burnett. 

Row 2: Barbara Butters, LeAnn Cagle, 
DeAnn Dorny, LuAnn Duffin, Dwaine 
Goodwin, Diana Griggs. 

Row 3: AAontez Hansen, Allen Hopin- 
son, Heather Hunter, Vernon Ingham, 
Mary Jensen, Helene Lysy. 

Row 4: Carol Meservy, Virginia Meser- 
vy, Wayne Muhlestein, Sondra Read, 
Linda Smith, Karen Stevens. 

Row 5: Robert Stevens, Terry Thatcher, 
Mark Vander Kooi, Marsha White, Anna 
Woffinden, DeWayne Young. 



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Row 1: Lona Anderson, Lynetfe Bagley, Marilyn Bar- 
ney, Marilyn Barney, Marcia Bradshaw, Don Carter. 

Row 2: Mildred Chappel, Rallet Christiansen, Kathryn 
Coulam, Jelaire Edwards, Karen Hadfield- 

Row 3: Suzanne Hadley, Judy Hailing, LaRae Hanks, 
Pearl Heath, Zola Higginson. 

Row 4: Doris Hill, Mary Hoppins, Janice Johnson, Caro- 
lyne Larson, Marilyn Manning. 

Row 5: Marilyn McCoy, Caren Parry, Donna Pefley, 
Linda Permann, Carol Pond. 

Row 6: Sharon Reed, Gloria Silcock, Peggy Sorensen, 
Kay Thompson, Sharon Turnbow. 

Row 7: Carolyn Ward, Mary Wanlass, Colleen Westing, 
Lillie Wilkerson. 




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SHOMRAH KIYEL 



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The Shomrah Kiyels joined together 
for social activities under the Hebrew 
name signifying "keeper of the faith" 
with the forget-me-not as their sym- 
bol. The group is composed of wom- 
en with a sincere intent to wait for 
their sweethearts who are serving on 
missions. Shomrah Kiyel members 
participated .in many activities to help 
make the time go faster, and to broad- 
en their horizons as their missionaries 
are doing. The members enjoyed tes- 
timony meetings, lesson nights, book 
reviews, seasonal parties, and fire- 
sides. 




BRAZILIAN CLUB 



Row 1: Larry Memmott, Phil Brown, David Campbell, 
Eugene Barker, Lennis Knighton, Lyie Ray Whipple. 

Row 2: John Grant, Meridene Grant, Ken Rasmussen, 
Izabell Peixoto, Odair de Castro, Dr. Gerrit de Jong, 
Jr., adviser, Lois Scott, Joy Bodily, Norma Richardson. 

Row 3: Sebastiana Ferreira Guine, James Holcombe, 
Dileta Montifeltro, Ross Andra, Vera Braga de Sousa 
Teixeira, Young Oak Koh, Myrna McEw/an, Geraldine 
Burningham, Vera Gaertner, Adele Smith, Joan Webb. 

Row 4: Roger Beitler, Drew Day, Harold Mickel, Anete 
Stark, Dennis Sorenson, Clare Sorenson, Ramona Broad- 
bent, Phyllis Merrell, Jackie Gatenby, Carol Wheeler. 

Row 5: Mac Ence, Norma Jean Ashton, Glen Weeks, 
LaVaun Smith, Ross Broadbent, Lola Gygi, Kathy Ray. 

Row 6: Jim Cartwright, Toni Brown, Lucy Robinson, 
Robert Thornock, Roy Elmer, Perry Ficklin, Doug Col- 
lier, Joyce Dansie. 



Row 1: Ronda H. Jenkins, Jeddy LeVar, Merrill John- 
son, David Thomas, Jean R. Paulson. 

Row 2: Oliver R. Smith, Don Woodward, Millard E. 
Wilde, W. Frank Haynes, Reese E. Faucette, William 
Leon Hunsaker, Noel H. Duerden. 

A national fraternity of professional journalists, 
the BYU chapter of Sigma Delta Chi is nev/ on 
this campus, having been created during the 
1960 winter quarter. To qualify for member- 
ship students must be male and a junior or sen- 
ior, planning to enter the profession of journal- 
ism. President Jeddy LeVar administered over 
special functions of the group aided by Vice 
President Ronda Jenkins and Secretary David 
Thomas. Advisor and sponsor v^/as Jean Paulson, 
head of the Journalism Department. 

SIGMA DELTA CHI 





SPORTSMEN 



Row 1: Beverly Good, Hannah Oldroyd, Kathy Rokes, 
Sandy Coffel. 

Row 2: Linda Steimie, Kay Burningham, Sue Christen- 
son, Diane Chrisfenson, Kathleen Steward, Julie An- 
derson. 

The Sportswomen are women who are active 
and able in sports, and thus engage in many ac- 
tivities throughout the year in this area. They 
are the sister unit to the Sportsmen and partici- 
uate in many functions with them. Sportswomen 
participated in a Sportsfeast pheasant hunt, ski 
trips to Alta and Brighton, and a water ski show. 
The group was headed by Jan Lundgren, presi- 
dent. 



SPORTSWOMEN 



Aiming at achieving a balance of leadership, out- 
door sports, social and cultural activities, the 
Sportsmen were organized during winter quar- 
ter of 1959. The group held a Sportsmen Cup Ski 
Race for both students and townspeople, a rabbit 
hunt, and an overnight camping trip. They par- 
ticipated in many different sports events through- 
out the year. The Sportsmen claimed all three 
places in the Snow Prince Royalty. The winners 
were Howard Uibel, Rich Rampton and Dick 
Staats. 

Row 1: Howard Uibel, Sterling Brimley, Bill George, 
Dave Carr, Blaine Murray. 

Row 2: Mick Wells, Bill Ward, Jerry Griffeth, Doug 
Swanson, Mark Oldroyd, Ken Pierce, Skip Brooks, 
Butch Wells, Martin Harris. 

Row 3: Jan Stewart, Bill Meseky, Victor Oldroyd, Jer- 
ry McClure, Richard Rampton, Dave Austin, Stan Ness, 
Dick Staats, Scott Hathaway. 




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TEXAS CLUB 



With more than 60 students attending 
BYU from Texas, several of their group 
felt a need to join together in order to 
make themselves knovk/n. During the 
year they participated in firesides, 
dances, and parties. Lone Star Staters 
are proud of their heritage and even 
though Alaska is now the biggest state, 
Texans remain true to their convictions. 
Steve James acted as president of the 
group. 



Row 1: Steve James, Judy Bubb, Martha Ba- 
ker, Thomas Stevens, Mary Ann Massey, 
Carolyn Seneca. 

Row 2: Lonnie Carter, Lou Jordan, Gail Beam, 
Muzette Portie, Sharon Purnell, Richard Storts, 
Shana Robison. 




Bottom left: A rubber tree plant in the Eyring Science 
Center is silhoutted against the window. Bottom right: 
The stairways in all the buildings are used for study 
areas because ot the shortage of space. It is also con- 
venient to look over the quad from the stairs. 









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The Three D's, Dennis Sorenson, Duane Hiatt, and Dick 
Davis performed before enthusiastic audiences through- 
out the year, here they really put on the "dog" fo 
get that all important laugh. 



PROGRAM BUREAU 



Men students of the International Folk Dancers perform 
on a student assembly. Entertained with a German 
dance called ' Praxpratler," the audience found a part 
of international flavor vi^hich makes up campus life. 





The students of cannpus were given a chance 
to participate in variety and stage productions 
through the organization known as the Student 
Program Bureau. The bureau has taken shows 
throughout the entire western United States. A 
special show was included to the Orient during 
the summer. Janie Thompson, bureau director, 
is assisted by Jimmy Lawrence, who schedules 
all shows and handles the business end. Special 
tours to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle 
enabled participants to display their talents to 
thousands of people. Student Programmers were 
looking forward to June when the bureau head- 
ed eastward to New York City and the bright 
lights. 



Anna Joy Woffinden, Del Faddis, Klair Bybee and 
Norm Nielson frantically pour over material in pre- 
paration for ' Fieldhouse Frolics." 



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Top right: The Melo-D's from Delta, Utph have long been popular performers 
with the Program Bureau. Lorene Smith, Nedra Fullmer, and Judy Bishop blend 
their voices in a melodic beauty. Center right: The Three D's plus one perform 
on a student assmbly. Bottom right: The Brighamettes are a dance group which 
dance everything from jazz to concert numbers. Bottom left: When the Crescendos 
sing, everyone stops to listen. This group has deservedly been acclaimed as great. 
Top left: Heinz Hubler does everything from balancing a twelve foot table to a 
piece of newspaper. Heinz also does a song and dance routine. 








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Top left: Karia Tolman with telephone in hand shows how she uses her sparkling 
personality to best advantage when she performs for the bureau. Center left: 
Janet Cutrer started her climb to fame at BYU when she performed on the first 
assembly during the year. Just a freshman, Janet has proven capable as an en- 
tertainer on the accordion. Bottom left: The Jacobs Sisters add the western touch 
to the vast array of talent a the Y. Their blending voices and guitars help every- 
one gain a better appreciation of western folk ballads and songs. Right: Del Fad- 
dis, encircled by a bevy of coeds, sings "Rain." This group was a part of the 
bureau which went to the Orient. 






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Shall we redeem our stubs now or will 
"The Book" really come out this year? 
Ignoring the usual gibes and jokes of 
persons wandering into the Banyan of- 
fice in the basement of the Student Ser- 
vice Center, Banyan staffers kept work- 
ing diligently, and lo, one day, after 
hundreds of hours of patience and en- 
ergy had been expended, "The Book" 
as it was affectionately called was finally 
put to bed (finished). 



BANYAN 1961 




Editor Allan Frazier, seen here in a moment of sudden inspiration, was assisted by Associate 
Editor Penne Freebairn, Copy Editor Charlotte Britsch, Layout Editor Dick Brown and Business 
Manager Royal Peterson. 



Sports Editor this year was Lou Howard; Organization Editor, Kendra Wincotf; Administration 
Editor, Jane Degraffenried; Activities Editor, Marion Stewart; Fine Arts Editor, Judy Bubb. 








Top: John Meek, Classes Editor; Monique Jackson, Graduates; Ver- 
non Teller, Seniors; Judy Willis, Sophomores. Middle: Marian Dahl, 
Office Manager; Holly Thorstad, Freshmen; Rosemary Ostler, Tam- 
ara Wagner, Dennis Busch, Jane Olson. Bottom: Lucille Yancy, Lee 
Howard, Mary Ann Olson. 



JOURNALISM 
PHOTO DEPARTMENT 



The Photo Journalism Department endeavored 
throughout the year to fulfill photo deadlines 
when both the Universe and Banyan called for 
them. Headed by coordinator Gary Hopkinson, 
the department worked many long hours into 
the night. This year a special darkroom staff was 
maintained to process all the film taken by the 
photographers. Because of the human element, 
it was not uncommon to find that several rolls 
of film did not develop, which sent rapidly bald- 
ing editors running madly down the hall pulling 
out the rest of their hair. Nevertheless, everyone 
felt some degree of pride in their work, and like 
the Universe and Banyan staffs, everyone was 
happy when the school year came to an end, 
but, unhappy to see their friendships broken up 
by the summer to come. 



Right: Mets Lerwell and Bob Collins were two of the 
photographers who did much to help produce the 
pictures in the Universe and Banyan. 





Middle: Gary Hopkinson from Salt Lake City, Utah 
«as the Coordinator of the Photo Journalism Depart- 
•nent. Larry Latimer was Banyan Photo Coordinator, 
and Helio Gonzales was Universe Photo Coordinator. 
Sandy Skaar was Darkroom Coordinator. Bottom right: 
The darkroom staff members were: Michelle Milan, 
Carol Beckstead, Tony Ragozzine, Susan Blakemore. 





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DAILY UNIVERSE 



The Brigham Young Daily Universe is the largest col- 
legiate daily in the internnountain area. Under the 
editorship of Don Woodward, the Universe came out 
five tinnes a week and brought international as well as 
school news to the students. There were those who 
thought no national and international news should be 
included, so throughout the academic year the Uni- 
verse staff tried to be true journalists and yet tried to 
please the various readers and did a successful job of 
both. Perhaps some of the most read material were 
the letters to the editor contained in the "Safety Valve." 
"Peanuts" enjoyed a high crest of readership as did 
the social events of the school. Through the pages of 
the Universe many issues were discussed and aired 
out. The social unit issue, honor council, and senate 
practices all received space in the pages of the Uni- 
verse. Notwithstanding all the flavor and excitement 
which one can find in a newspaper office, the Uni- 
verse was read and enjoyed by the studentbody as 
fast as it could be printed. 





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Far left: Don Woodward of Provo, Utah was selected to be Editor 
of the Daily Universe. Don worked for the Deseret News in Salt 
Lake City as a recipient of the News Scholarship Award and is 
a member of Sigma Delta Chi. Rita Wheeler was Managing Editor. 
Rita worked many long hours to insure the students that a pap)er 
would be printed that day. Chris Allred and Backi Fillmore were 
Campus Editors during the year. Julie Pingree took charge of 
the Society Editor position and made sure all social news was 
printed. Millard Wilde was Feature Editor. He made sure that 
many interesting stories were printed through his column, "The 
Wild Hare," and his feature columnists' stories. 





Far left: Reporters of the Daily 
Universe included (front) Nor- 
ma Hadley, Sue Bailey, (cen- 
ter) Maxine Jensen, Ann Ni- 



chols, Elena 
Hoopes, (back) 
Dick Fuller, 
Dave Thomas. 



Bodily, Paul 

Karia Berrett, 

Kevin Smith, 



Center: Feature writers who 
worked under Millard Wilde 
are Errol Genta Brent Grampp, 
Paul Richards, Marion Cas- 
telero. 

Far right: Danny Moore was 
the Sports Editor of the Daily 
Universe. 





Top center: Jeanette Barney worked hard during the year as Universe 
News Editor. Top right: Kathy Barnes directed the office girls in capacity 
of Office Manager. 



Top left: The Daily Universe sports staff was composed of (front) Gary 
Jensen, Jack Batchler, and Phil McKnight. Marilyn Curtis and Dan Moore 
were Assistant Sports Editor and Sports Editor respectively. Center left: 
The office staff members were Cynthia Andrews, Phyllis Knudsen, Vir- 
ginia Portie, Kathy Barnes, and Loretta Johns. Bottom left: Society writ- 
ers included Diana MacFarland, Carol Hadley, and Sandee Carter, Assist- 
ant Society Editor. 



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UNIVERSE BUSINESS STAFF 



The business staff of the Daily Universe worked endless hours to 
insure the publication of the Universe. Ad salesmen converged 
upon the downtown businessmen to solicit their support To make 
the work more interesting, each month the salesmen competed 
for a cash bonus. The competition was based on number of col- 
umn inches of advertising sold. Frank Haynes was Business Man- 
ager and maintained an office staff to handle the duties of book- 
keeping and schedules. 



Top left: Jim Hoggan from Manfl, Utah a.ted as Assistant Business Man- 
ager under Frank. Jim moved up to the manager position for the 1961- 
62 year. Top right: Frank Haynes is married and claimed Provo as his 
home. Frank was Daily Universe Business Manager. Left: Salesmen and 
office workers on the business staff included (sitting) Dorine Smith and 
Mahesh Narain. Others were (standing) Jim Hoggan, Richard Fuller, 
Marty Conover, Anna Prins, and Helen Farnsworth. 



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WYE MAGAZINE 



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Wye Magazine, the literary publication on the Brigham 
Young University campus, was able to only put out one 
issue this year, that being during May, the last month 
of spring semester. By using extensive art work through- 
out the magazine, poetry, short stories, and photographic 
art were blended together in an impressive form. How- 
ever, because of adverse financial reasons the future of 
Wye on the BYU campus was purely a speculative one. 
Gathering on either side were those who wanted to con- 
tinue a literary effort and those who would rather diffuse 
the efforts and money into other channels. Nevertheless, 
Judy Bubb of Dallas, Texas was chosen as the 1961-62 
Wye editor. 



Larry McBride from Falls Church, Virginia headed the Wye 
Magazine staff as editor. A humanities major, Larry exerted 
his efforts to malting Wye of 1960-61 the best literary effort 
ever produced at this university. Warren Lu'.h from the art 
department staff produced the layouts. No staff is without 
an adviser and the Wye staff is no exception. Dr. Clinton Lar- 
son, a poet of notable repute, acted in this capacity, Larry had 
four very capable associate editors. Pictured are: Kathryn Rob- 
bins, Frank Meredith, and Kathy Kent. Markham Bench served as 
the other associate editor. 




Far Left: The short story staff of Wye consisted of: Adrienne 
Allen and Darlene Bain in addition to Jackie Anderson, Bob 
Elder, and Claudia Green. 



Middle: Curtis Hawkins, Betty Brown, and Roger Bale worked 
on the essay staff of Wye. They put in many hours pouring 
over manuscripts making sure that only the best were used. 



Left: Connie Buckley, Kathy Kent, Curtis Hawkins and Sandra 
Brown worked on poetry contributions to the Wye. 



214 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 
KBYU FM RADIO 



The student directory, published under the auspices of the White 
Key Women's Honorary Unit, is a very vital book to most students 
on campus. The directory this year was full of information which 
aided many students in their dating habits. The all important 
"social security" number was an assurance to everyone. In addi- 
tion to home and school addresses, the directory contained a stu- 
dents year in school, his major, his marital status, and his birth 
date. 

Top right: Members of White Key spent many hours in compiling infor- 
mation which was gathered at registration in the fall of the year. Top 
center right: Carolyn Nelson was selected to be the editor in charge of 
the directory. 



Bottom right center: Larry Jenkins and Dave Jacobs were interviewed 
on campus radio KBYU-FM, Bottom left center: Mike Woodward awaits 
his cue from the control room. Bottom: KBYU uses all modern facilities in 
programing and broadcasting. 






215 



BYU PHOTO DEPARTMENT 
BYU PRESS 

The university has maintained its own photo studio for several 
years. One of the major jobs they handle is that of processing all 
class and organization pictures for the Banyan. The studio is called 
upon to provide photos for public relations, brochures, and per- 
sonal orders by students and faculty alike. Don Pugmire, coordin- 
ator of the photo studio, is qualified as a photographer and has 
received many awards for his work. Jerry Rogers is also capable 
and is a great asset to the photo studio. Lucille Taylor has helped 
several years in coordinating the office and photo orders which 
come to the studio. 

Top left: Many pictures have to be enlarged to meet the orders placed 
by customers. Modern equipment enables the photo studio staff to 
please their customers. Center left: Jerry Rogers shows how to retouch 
a negative. 



Bottom left: Folding, trimming, and stapling machines are a part of the 
many modern machines used by the university press. Bottom right: A few 
adjustments on the offset press and a new color run can be ready to go 
in just a few minutes. 





N 



N 



\ 



■h V 



/ 






\ 




217 



Pep Activities 218 

Football 220 

Basketball 230 

Track 240 

Baseball 244 

Intramurals 246 



O 




218 



Hooray for the songleaders was Cosmo Cougar's 
favorite cheer. 




^^i 



PEP ACTIVITIES 



t 1 














Top left: Songleaders were Marilyn Johnson, Tamara 
Ashby, Julie Bagley, Paf Oss, Bobby McFarland, Carol 
Ronnow. Top right: Flagtwirlers were Ann Hastings, 
Maryl Glines, Judy Oversby, Sue Felt, Carol Dana, 
Marilyn Griffith. Left: Marilyn Griffith and Carol Dana 
intently urge on the team. 



219 




Top: Acrobatic antics of the varsity cheerleaders, 
Noall Wootton, Wendell Waite, Buddy Youn- 
green, Dick Hubbel, Ned Solomon, sparked the 
crowds at football and basketball games. Right: 
Card stunts, pep rallies and other activities came 
under the direction of the Pep committee, head- 
ed by Kaye Cox. Bottom: Freshmen cheerleaders 
were Maryetfa Moon, Pat Kunz, Donna Miller, 
Marsha Brandon, Marilyn Smith, Debbie Talley. 





220 



SKYLINE 










W 


L 


T 


Pet. 


Utah State 


6 


1 





.857 


Wyoming 


6 


1 





.857 


Utah 


5 


1 





.833 


New Mexico 


4 


2 





.667 


Montana 


2 


5 





.286 


Brigham Young 


2 


5 





.286 


Denver 


1 


6 





.143 


Colorado State 


1 


6 





.143 



FOOTBALL 



14 ■ 


Cal Poly 


21 ■ 


San Jose State 


S| 


Colorado State 


1^1 


Utah 


31 ■ 


Arizona State 


^1 


Montana 


34 ■ 


Utah State 


27 ■ 


New Mexico 


^1 


Denver 


30 ■ 


Wyoming 


13 ■ 


Hawaii 


■ 


Won 3, Lost 8 



1960 



BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 
BYU 



34 

8 

7 





7 



15 

19 

6 

6 



1960 was a banner year for Skyline football 
fortunes. The gladiators of the gridiron enjoy- 
ed one of the most publicized, colorful seasons 
for some time. The Skyline finish was prob- 
ably the most exciting, sizzling, and climac- 
tic as any in the history of the conference with 
Utah State (6-1), Wyoming (6-1), and Utah (5-1) 
locking horns to the end. Wyoming beat Utah, 
Utah State edged Wyoming, and in an un- 
believably melodramatic finale, Utah shut out 
the Aggies by a score of 6-0 which was the 
Ags' only loss of the season. For Brigham 
Young University, however, the 1960 foot- 
ball season did not hold the thrills and the 
glory enjoyed by the front runners. Head 
Coach Tally Stevens, in his second year in the 
driver's seat of the Cougar football machine 
was faced with what has become a trite situa- 
tion in the world of sport— a rebuilding year. 
Stevens guided his sophomore studded forces 
to a somewhat respectable 3-8 season record; 
respectable considering the schedule and the 
pre-season forecast. The season wasn't without 
its bright spots however; and Cougar fans 
never gave up on the 1960 team with the 
never-say-die attitude. They had more than 
their share of bad breaks, crucial fumbles, pen- 
alties in tight spots, intercepted passes, and 
scores of injuries. But they realized that these 
were all part of the game and they played it 
that way, taking the good with the bad. | 

BYU 34, Cal Poly 14 
The Cougars opened their grid season on Sept. 
16 gainst California Polytechnic College of San 
Luis Obispo, in Provo, Utah. The young, green, 
but eager Cougars had everything their way 
in taming the Mustangs 34-14. Cougar Sta- 
dium fans witnessed the win, the only home 
win of the season for the Cougars. And in 
their greatest offensive output of the season 
a ray of hope for the remainder of the season 
was seen. Senior quarterback. Bud Belnap, 
jumped into the limelight in the first game 
and continued to be a tower of strength in 
guiding the Cougar attack. A pair of flashy 
sophomores also looked impressive for the 
Cats: halfback Bill Wright and fullback Dick 
Darling. These two were later erased through 
injuries. Their loss hurt. 



I 



Ralph Yarro 
Fullback 



I 



I 



Roy Tidwell 
Fullback 




Dick Darling 
Fullback 




Martin Seneca 
Tackle 




Dion Frazier 
Left Halfback 




Don Peterson 
End 




e Dangerfield 
Center 




Steve Sullivan 
Guard 



Jim Palmer 
Guard 



Ron Nielsen 
Tackle 



Mike Conrad \ 

Guard ^ 23t. "m^ 



Mike Brady 
Guard 



Richard Lomkin 
Tackle 



Bill Wright 
Left Halfback 




Paul Allen 
Right Halfback 




Howard Homan 
Guard 




Merrill Johnson 
Tackle 





LeRoy Overstreet 
End 




Dick Magoffin ^^^ 
Center HA 




Kent Home 
Tackle 




Brent Hancock 
Quarterback 



222 



The coaches of the Brigham Young University foot- 
ball teams include: (sitting) Head coach Tally Ste- 
vens in his second year as mentor; vi/ith his aides 
(standing) offense coach Chris Aposfol; line coach 
Owen Dixon; Freshman coach Hal Mitchell; Frosh 
assistant Glenn Tuckeft; backfield coach Carl Raw- 
lins. These men endeavored to coach a winning 
team as well as a team with sportsmanship and 
honor. Although the season record wasn't the best 
they did accomplish the latter goal. 





BYU 8, San Jose State 21 
On Sept. 23 the Cougars traveled to San Jose, 
Calif, for their first game away fronn home. 
The Spartans from San Jose had their ow/n 
type of v\/elcoming committee in a rugged 
forward wall and lightning-fast, slippery 
backs. Coach Bob Titchenal's warriors ouf- 
lasted the Cougars 21-8. The loss was a tough 
one for Tally's crew as it marked the end of 
their pre-season play and they entered the 
Skyline wars on a sour note. 

BYU 7, Colorado State 8 
The Cougars dropped their first conference 
encounter of the season to a highly under- 
rated Colorado State University eleven 8-7 in 
Fort Collins. The Cats jumped to an early 7-0 
lead only to fumble the Aggies into position 
for the tieing touchdown and the winning 
two-point conversion. The Cats behind the 
determined play of Bud Belnap and halfback 
Jack Gifford made a strong bid to score in the 
waning minutes of the game, but the stubborn 
Ags held to preserve their win. 
BYU 0, Utah 17 
"Throw the book away!" is the saying when 
BYU and Utah meet. "Anything can happen 
and usually does." This is one time when the 
experts were wrong. Utah entered the game 
as two touchdown favorites and won the 
game by two touchdowns— and a field goal. 
The only offense the Cougars could muster 
against the Utes came on the performances of 
sophomores Dion Frazier, Bruce Samples, and 
Eldon Fortie. But their offense sputtered and 
went out at the one yard line of the Utes. 
Senior end LeRoy Overstreet was a standout 
on defense for the Cougars. 

BYU 0, Arizona State 31 
Oct. 15— Homecoming 1960, and the Arizona 
State Sun Devils continued the touchdown 
holdout against the Cougars by swamping 
the mSl-O. Halfback Bruce Samples who later 
became the nation's number one kickoff re- 
turner was the only bright spot of the Home- 
coming afternoon with his dazzling returns. 

BYU 7, Montana 6 
Brigham Young scored only seven points in 
their Oct. 22 game against the University of 
Montana in Missoula, (continued on page 224) 



L 





Larry Harrison 
End 




Jim Olsen 
Right Halfback 




Eldon Fortie 
Quarterback 




Norris Fish 
Tackle 




Ron Jacobson 
Left Halfback 




Tom Stolworthy 
Fullback 



k 



Roger DuPaix 
Guard 



Glen Richardson 
End 




Bud Belnap 
Quarterback 




Art Brown 
Guard 




Wes Vorwaller 
Tackle 




Merlin Smith 
End 




Val Weenig 

Tackle 



Bruce Samples 
Left Halfback 




223 



Gene Frantz 
End 




Jim Johnson 
End 



Dan Taylor 
Center 



Howard Park 
Guard 



Jack Gifford 
Right Halfback 




Hal Neighbors 
Center 




Wayland Shepperd 
Guard 




But it was enough for their second win of the 
season as they downed the favored Grizzlies 
7-6. Sophomore halfback Bruce Samples 
scored for the Cats in the second quarter. He 
burst nine yards for the score. Left-footed 
Brent Hancock split the uprights with the 
all-important conversion which gave the Cats 
their hard earned win, 

BYU 0, Utah State 34 
The dynamite-laden Utah State Aggies explod- 
ed in the Cougars' faces when their great 
little halfback Tom Larscheid returned the op- 
ening kickoff back 102 yards for a touch- 
down. (Continued on page 225.) 



Left: The band was always on hand to play a 
rousing tune. Right: LeRoy Overstreet receives in- 
structions from Coach Tally Stevens before entering 
the game. 







A familiar face around the dressing room and all 
BYU athletic events is that of trainer Rod Kimball. 
Here he reflects his twenty years as trainer to BYU 
athletic teams. 



The Aggies picked off a Cougar pass and 
scored again to gain a 13-0 lead with less 
than a nnlnute and a half gone in the ball 
game. The Cougars could never quite gain 
their feet as the Ags v^ent on to win 34-0. 

BYU 15, New Mexico 27 
The New Mexico Lobos took advantage of a 
cold and mistake-prone Cougar football team 
to hand them a disappointing 27-15 setback. 
The game was a lack-luster affair in which 
the Cats were definitely not "up". Only 4000 
Cougar partisans were in Cougar Stadium. The 
fumble figured heavily in the Cougar loss. 



The Cougars put on the pressure to stop a New 
Mexico Lobo in a contest which resulted in the 
Lobos winning 27-15. The fans enjoyed the beau- 
tiful afternoon bathing in the sun. 



226 












An Arizona Sun Devil is hit hard by guard Bruce Kochevar in BYU's Homecoming game. The crowd roared their approval. 




Cougar teammates wait until they may get the 
call from the coach to enter the action. Sideline 
anxiety and butterflies create a great pressure on 
these football stalwarts of Brigham Young. 



Center Dick Magoffin and Guard Bruce Kochevar 
show their ability and football prowess in ganging 
up on the opponent to bring him to the ground. 
Magoffin was selected as an all<onference center 
at the end of the year. Right: A Wyoming Cowboy 
is able to break through the line making it possible 
to pick up a first down. Wyoming won 30-6. 




Quarterback Bud Belnap rounds end to pick up a 
first down. 




BYU 19, Denver 6 
Third-string quarterback Brent Hancock came 
off the bench to heave three touchdown pass- 
es and pace the down-trodden Cats to a 19-6 
win over the Denver Pioneers in Denver. End 
Don Peterson came into his own as a pass 
catcher being on the receiving end of two of 
Hancock's offerings. Bruce Samples snagged 
the other one. 

BYU 6, Wyoming 30 
The Wyoming Cowboys who seem to always 
end up with their finger in the conference pie 
crushed the Cougars 30-6 in the Brigham's 
home finale. The win, coupled with Utah's win 
over Utah State the same day, gave the Pokes 
a tie for the conference championship. 

BYU 6, Hawaii 13 
The Cougars ended their season on a sweet 
note with a trip to Hawaii or would have 
done had it not been for the Rainbows' upset 
victory, 13-6. This loss brought the Cougars' 
season to a close with a 3 won, 8 loss record. 



228 



-^==-^ 




Dave Cass suffered a broken leg in football action. 
Here he receives aid while waiting for a stretcher 
to carry him off. 



FROSH FOOTBALL 



Freshman Scores 

6 Utah State BYU 20 

7 Utah BYU 14 

8 Montana BYU 20 
12 Utah BYU 22 

Won 4, Lost 



The prep-stars of yesterday and the ail-Amer- 
icans of tomorrow: the freshman football play- 
ers of today. They came from all over: small 
tov\/ns, big cities, farming communities, indus- 
trial centers, north, south, east and west, and 
they all came to play. One of the most color- 
ful freshman football squads in the history of 
the school, the 1960 Kitten squad, to a man, 
came to play. This year's undefeated frosh 
squad is one of the reasons for optimism in 
the pigskin prospect of the future at BYU. 
Coach Hal Mitchell and his able assistant 
Glenn Tuckett were greeted with 80 candi- 
dates at the start of frosh drills. So eager and 
able was the horde that the final game of the 
season found 60 greenlings still in uniform. 
Out of a squad this size it is hard to pick in- 
dividual stars but the Kittens had an unusually 
large number of them. Stars like Doran Merk- 
ley who led the frosh in scoring although 
seeing limited action in the latter part of the 
season. Merkley, the big halfback from Black- 
foot, Idaho, tallied five touchdowns and added 
two extra points for a total of 32 points. There 
was quarterback and passing wizard Perry 
Ficklin who connected with six touchdown 
passes in the Kitten's four game schedule. 
Ficklin, from Yakima, Washington, passed for 
the frosh's first five touchdowns of the sea- 
son. Ficklin wasn't alone in the passing at- 
tack. Bill Jackson connected for two scoring 
aerials as eight of the Kittens' touchdowns 
scored this season came through the air. Fick- 
lin led the team in total offense with 485 
yards. John Malarsie, the Durango, Colorado 
dynamo was the team's leading rusher with 
233 yards and a 4.6 yard average. 




Halfback Richard Ashmore scored 20 points 
for the season for second high honors on three 
touchdowns and two extra points. There were 
backs Lee Bunnell and Glenn Bullock who 
were also impressive. Some mention must 
be made of some of the many promising line- 
men who were so instrumental in the Frosh's 
four victories. Men like Gordon Blackham, 
Lawrence Geisler, Scott Wartena, and Jim 
Kimmell. The highly-touted Kittens opened 
their 1960 season with an impressive 20-6 
win over Utah State's Freshmen in Logan. They 
then took the measure of a tough Utah Pa- 
poose eleven in a thrilling come-from-behind 
14-7 victory in Provo. They improved with a 
win over a surprisingly strong Montana Uni- 
versity Freshman squad by a 22-8 score. They 
ended their season the right way by beating 
the Utah Frosh once again; this time on their 
field by a score of 22-12. This year's crop of 
freshmen is expected to bolster the varsity 
turnout next spring and it is very possible that 
varsity coach Hal Mitchell will be greeted by 
some 100 varsity hopefuls when spring drills 
do roll around. 



-i-K** 



Quarterback Brent Hancock is hemmed in by quick 
rushing opponents in a crushing football game. 





An elusive Brigham footballer evades the closing in 
ranks of the foe. left: Freshman coach Hal Mitchell 
watches the action with a grim and determined look. 



BASKETBALL 



PRE-SEASON 

63 Washington BYU 65 

74 Washington BYU 54 
60 Oklahoma BYU 56 
80 Miami BYU 112 
65 Texas Christian BYU 74 

75 Memphis State BYU 72 

69 New Mexico State BYU 65 

70 Kansas BYU 80 
51 Kent State BYU 66 
95 Louisville BYU 67 
94 Citadel BYU 83 
57 Louisiana State BYU 67 



SEASON 



66 Montana 

73 Colorado State 

79 Wyoming 
85 Utah 

57 Utah State 

76 New Mexico 

60 Denver 

94 Utah State 

80 Wyoming 

65 Colorado State 

95 Utah 

64 Montana 
57 Denver 

65 New Mexico 



BYU 74 

BYU 49 

BYU 71 

BYU 91 

BYU 75 

BYU 97 

BYU 89 

BYU 73 

BYU 89 

BYU 58 

BYU 80 

BYU 72 

BYU 74 

BYU 70 



Won 1 5, Lost 1 1 





The 1961 basketball season at Brigham Young University 
will have to be termed one of the most successful of recent 
years. Although the Cougars finished in third place in the 
Skyline grab for glory, they ended the season with a 15-11 
won-loss record. If attendance is any kind of measure, the 
basketball season would be even more successful. The 
Cougars drew a near-record 103,785 fans to games played 
at home, a figure that is second only to the 116,000 who 
watched home games in the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse 
in 1956. 

The up and down 1961 version of BYU basketball tradition 
had a lot of rewarding moments on which to reflect. The 
upset, come-from-behind 95-80 win over arch-rival Utah 
will undoubtedly be remembered by fans and both teams 
and schools for some time to come. The thrilling 112-80 
rout of Miami in Provo more than avenged a thrashing by 
the Hurricanes the year before. Then there was the 80-70 
upset win over Kansas that will have to be listed as one 
of the Y's better performances of the season. 

In conference competition, league co-champion Colorado 
State University was the only team to defeat the Cougars 
in both outings. The Cougars garnered no less than a split 
with the other Skyline teams. 

Offensively the Cougars more than measured up to expec- 
tations. As a team they shot a very respectable 41 per cent 
from the field, averaged a shade under 74 points a game 
during the season, and had a 75.9 scoring average in 
conference play. 

(Continued on page 233) 

Top: Timo Lampen, the "flying Fin" from Finland, pensively surveys 
the court situation as two opposing players close in to arrest 
BYU's play. 



Right: Jim Kelson, a sophomore from Nephi, shows Montana play- 
ers the form which accorded him the honor of being tabbed as 
one of BYU's potentially great basketball players. 



232 




Row I: Dave Eastis , center; Gary Earnest, 
guard; Timo Lampen, forward; Jim Kelson, 
forward; Bob Wilson, guard. 

Row 2: Ron Steinke, guard; Bruce Burton, for- 
ward; Gary Batchelor, guard; Jack Mannion, 
forward; Ron Abegglen, guard. 

Row 3: Lloyd Johnson, center; Gene Kunz, 
guard; Larry Crowley, forward; Roland Bevell, 
guard, Jim Williams, guard. 



Coach Stan Watts, the master psychologist of 
basketball, finished his tenth season at the 
helm of BYU basketball. In his career at BYU 
Coach Watts has won over 200 games, in- 
cluding the NIT title in 1951. He is known 
for his congenial manner and his fair play. 
Coach Watts is especially known for build- 
ing players and instilling a desire in them to 
always do their best. 






(Continued from page 231) 

Individually, most of the honors were shared by two 
veteran seniors, guard Gary Earnest and center Dave 
Eastis. Earnest, perhaps the most versatile player the 
Cougars have had in many seasons, set several rec- 
ords in his three years with the varsity. But his 1961 
season was the best. A first-string selection on nearly 
every all-conference team, Earnest was third in Sky- 
line scoring with an average of 19.5 points per game, 
a feat that also gained him honorable mention on 
United Press International's All-American selections. 
Earnest's three-year average of 14.4 points per game 
is second only to the mark of 15.1 set by Joe Nelson 
a decade ago. Gary's career total of 1108 points 
places him in the company of such BYU greats as Rol- 
and Minson, Joe Nelson, ,^Ael Hutchins and Joe Ritchey. 

Dave Eastis also left his mark on the BYU record books 
before departing into the past of basketball. Big Dave 
became the sixth man in BYU history to score over 
1,000 points in three years, and his scoring average 
of 20.1 for last year is a school high. His three-year 
average of 44 per cent is also tops for a BYU regular. 

Six seniors will be lost via graduation. Coach Stan 
Wafts will lose besides Eastis and Earnest, Jack Man- 
nion, Ron Abegglen, Larry Crowley, and Roland Bevell. 

The Cougars opened their 1960-61 season against the 
University of Washington Huskies in Seattle. Coach 
Watts' crew came away with a split of the two games 

(Continued on page 235) 



Top: Police, referees, and players became involved in a free- 
for-all at Logan, showing that sportsmanship can still stand 
to be upgraded. 

Left: Gene Kunz hurdles over an Oklahoma player to lay op 
a basket. Brigham Young lost the encounter to the Sooners. 





Top: Half time in the locker room is a place few 
fans have ever seen. However, it is a period of 
thought, instruction, and relaxation for the play- 
ers. Here we see BYU basketballers as they re- 
act to the half time break. 

Right: Coach Watts rubs his hand over his head 
and tries to find the right words to tell his 
players. Often great inspiring messages have 
been delivered as second half play often shows. 
And on the other hand .... 



Coach Watts and the players join hands in tra- 
ditional style before engaging in battle against 
the opposing team. After sending his chargers 
onto the floor Coach Watts anxiously watches 
every move and sometimes gives a few sideline 
instructions. 




A 



(Continued from page 233) 

against the highly-rated Huskies, winning the first 

65-63, but losing the second 74-54. 

The Mountain Cats returned home the following week- 
end and opened their home cage season with a loss 
to the University of Oklahoma. The Cougars came back 
the following night to massacre the University of Miami 
112-80, behind Junior surprise starter Timo Lampen's 
21 points. The Cats then spurted to a 74-65 win over 
Texas Christian behind the torrid point production of 
flashy guard Gary Earnest. The let down came again, 
however, as the Cougars dropped two in a row: a 
75-72 squeaker to Memphis State and a four-point 
69-65 decision to defending Border Conference Cham- 
pions New Mexico State. The Cougars wound up their 
pre-season home stand with impressive upset wins 
over Kansas 80-70 and Kent State 66-51. On a road 
trip the Cougars lost to Louisville 95-67. In the Poin- 
settia Tournament at Greenville, South Carolina, the 
Cougars lost an opener to Citadel but fought back to 
beat Louisiana State 67-57. 

Efforts of 20 points each by seniors Dave Eastis and 
Gary Earnest gave the Y its first victory in Skyline 
competition over Montana, 74-66. With one win under 
their belts Coach Watts' crew headed over the moun- 
tains and into oblivion, dropping two crucial contests 
—to Colorado State 73-49 and Wyoming 79-71. 

(Continued on page 236) 



I 



Roland Bevell tries catching the ball before it rolls down 
the floor as e Wyoming player tries to keep his balance. The 
whistle blows and the referee throws the ball into the air. 
The centers lump and soon every player is actively engaged 
in defending the school's honor. 

Gary Earnest flies into the air between two opponents and 
pushes the ball towards the hoop. 











(Continued from page 235) 

The Cats returned home to lick their wounds and pre- 
pare for the invasion of the vaunted Utah Redskins 
and Ail-American Billy "The Hill" McGill. The Utes 
invaded, McGill was great, but the Cougars won 91- 
85 in one of the most stirring comebacks ever to come 
off in the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse. The Cou- 
gars trailed by as much as 13 points late in the final 
half; but torrid shooting by Eastis, who matched Mc- 
Gill basket for basket scoring 32 points, and Earnest 
who his 29 points (20 in the second half), beat the 
Utes into submission. 

The Cats then handled the other cross-state rival Utah 
State with a 75-57 home victory. BYU hit the road again 
and this time came back with dual wins— 97-76 over 
New Mexico and 89-60 over Denver. 

With the Skyline Conference's first and second place 
positions hanging in the balance the Cougars traveled 
to Logan where they were ambushed by the vengeful 
Aggies 94-73 in a riot-filled free-for-all. 

Their hopes for the conference championship foiled, 
the Cougars edged Wyoming 89-80 in Prove. They 
dropped games to Colorado State 65-58 and Utah 95- 
80. The Cougars ended the season with victories over 
Montana 72-64, Denver 74-57, and New Mexico 70-65. 



Top: Dave Eastis steps up to the foul line, gets the feel of 
the ball, bends at the knees and swings up, letting the ball 
fly towards the hoop. Many times fans saw the Cougar cen- 
ter at this position which at the end of the season amounted 
to better than a .800 clip from the foul line. 

Right: Cougar guard Gary Batchelor finds the going rough, 
especially with an opponent on his back. 




FRESHMEN 
BASKETBALL 



237 





SEASON SCORES 




71 


Snow College 


BYU 


81 


107 


Mesa 


BYU 


71 


73 


Utah 


BYU 


69 


59 


Utah State 


BYU 


90 


76 


Idaho State 


BYU 


77 


64 


Hill AFB 


BYU 


76 


61 


Utah State 


BYU 


85 


67 


Hill AFB 


BYU 


95 


67 


Dugway 


BYU 105 


76 


Utah 


BYU 


62 


96 


Snow College 


BYU 


75 


71 


Dixie College 


BYU 


65 


66 


Carbon College 


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Top: Coach Pete Witbeck of the Freshman bask- 
efballers found plenty of material on hand to 
shape into a team. Usually substituting a whole 
team at a time. Coach Witbeck readied the fresh- 
men charges for next year's varsity squad. 

Middle: Pre-varsity games by the freshmen en- 
thused fans just as this bit of action would. 

Bottom: Basketball ballet is evident as all eyes 
and hands and thoughts move after the ball. 




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WRESTLING 



Wrestling at BYU has become an integral 
part of the intercollegiate athletic pro- 
gram. Although the team did not capture 
the Skyline crown, they did represent 
the school on the highest plane of 
sportsmanship and desire to win. 



Row 1: Unidentified, Rod Kimball, Wayne 
Allgaier, Harold Koenig, Elmer Davis, Drew 
Laudie, Boyd Adams, Hardie Rollins, Gene 
Ward, Ronald Brown, Theron Berry, Ron Mit- 
chell, Benny Colovins. 

Row 2: Carl Bair, Phil Kresge, Leroi Davies, 
Keith Durfee, Unidentified, Mike LeSeuer, 
Steeve Goodsell, Scott Wartena, LeGrande 
Boyer, Merril Glenn, Dwayne Watson, Dennis 
Ercanbrack, Lynn Steele. 




GYMNASTICS 



Gymnastics at Brigham Young University 
is relatively new to the campus scene. 
As far as the Skyline is concerned, there 
has been no organized gymnastics com- 
petition for all the member schools. 
However, the varsity team did compete 
with California schools and some from 
the midwest. 



Members of the gymnastics team included: 
Burt Stride, Lynn Byorkman, Jim Gardner, 
Richard Snow, Bryant Bush, Rudy Moe, coach, 
Phil Shurtleff, Byron Bush, Tom French, Klaus 
Axman, and Ken Witt. 




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TENNIS 



The tennis team had upset a strong Utah 
State squad and won over Montana as 
the Banyan went to press. Coach Buck 
Dixon in past years has kept his teams 
consistently in the running for the Sky- 
line title. Men who are excellent players 
as well as good sports are the tennis 
representatives of BYU. 



Row 1: Jerry Amussen, LeRoy Peterson, Bob 
Kroff, Richard Dixon, Craig Smith. 
Row 2: Bob Harbrecht, Brent Turley, Sandy 
Sia, Gary Rose, Coach Buck Dixon. 




GOLF 



The Brigham Young University golf team 
will be able to get more practice in now 
that the university athletic plant includes 
a pitch and putt course. They lost their 
first outing to Utah; but, they rebounded 
to grab wins from Utah State and Mon- 
tana. 



Row 1: Kent Vernon, Gilbert Tores. Row 2: 
Coach Dave Crowton, Clark Whillock, Paul 
Boyack. 




TRACK 



Top: Y tracksters Belne and Smith finished 
first and second respectively in the two mile 
run against Utah. 



Right: The delicate pause in the mile relay oc- 
curs three times during the event. Passing of 
the baton skillfully has won many relay 
teams the race. 



Bottom: Eldon Hastings and Eddie Giles prac- 
tice the high hurdles in Cougar Stadium. 





Cougar thinclads were able to begin 
their training earlier this year inside the 
fieldhouse on the indoor field. When the 
weather was still raging outside, Y 
trackmen hosted Utah and Idaho State 
in indoor meets, sweeping them both. 
On a southern jaunt to Arizona and New 
Mexico, the Y thinclads dropped three 
consecutive meets to Arizona, Arizona 
State and New Mexico. The loss to New 
Mexico was the first Skyline loss for the 
Cougars in eight years. However, the 
Cougars rebounded and defeated Mon- 
tana at Missoula and Utah at Provo. With 
only one meet left with Utah State, the Y 
team looked forward to the Western 
Division and Skyline meets to be held 
in their own stadium. 



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Top: Larry Kelly sprints down the track ahead of the 
pack in the 100 yard dash. In the dual track meet 
against Utah, Kelly placed first in both the 100 yard 
dash and the 220 yard dash. Cougar fans cheered as 
the team captured all three places in both events. 



Bottom: Alton Thygerson displays the form required 
to get off to a fast start. Every afternoon Coach Clar- 
ence Robison put his thinclads through their paces in 
order to maintain the Y's Skyline supremacy in track 
and field. 



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Pole valuter Jim Williams starts down the 
runway endeavoring to outdo his opponent. 



Williams gets ready to ram the pole into the 
pocket and vault himself over the bar. 



A pair of warm-up trousers help the 
vaulter eye the pocket. 





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Above: Jim Williams soars across the bar and 
through the air to tie with a Utah man in the 
pole vault event. 



left: Ed Costa practiced constantly to better 
his form in the high jump. Ed cleared over 
6'1 1" last year in an indoor meet. 




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Atton Thygerson crosses the finish line 
second In the 220 yard dash. 



Blaine Lindgren of Utah beat out Y tracksfer 
Dale Long in the low hurdles. 



Tensed muscles indicated the enthusiasm and 
competitive spirit exhibited by men in the 
"starting gates." 







Above: Y broad jumper Nixon leaped for- 
ward to gain that extra footage so im- 
portant in this event. 



Center right: Dick Hey wood of the mile 
relay team breaks ahead of a Utah man 
at the sound of the gun. 



Bottom right: Terry Thatcher tossed the 
javelin 229'4" to better the Western Divi- 
sion mark by about 4 feet. 





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Coach Glen Tuckett, in his second year as head base- 
ball coach at Brigham Young University, introduced 
one of the most exciting, colorful and explosive base- 
ball teams ever to appear in the Skyline Conference. 
The 1961 Cougars broke numerous records under 
Tuckett. At the time The Banyan goes to press Tuck- 
ett's troops are off and running with the Western Di- 
vision pennant in their sight for the first time since 
1958 when BYU swept both the Western Division and 
Skyline crowns. 

The Cougars won their first six Western Division games 
in 1961. They started things off with a thrilling come- 
from behind 6-4 victory over defending Skyline 
Champions Utah in Provo. The Cougars bested the 
Utes 9-2 in the Salt Lake City return engagement be- 
hind the five-hit 14 strikeout pitching performance of 
veteran righthander Bob Mosteller. Next the Cougars 
humiliated Utah State in a home double-header, 14-2 
and 11-1. The Cougars slammed out six home runs 
in the two ball games including two three-run blasts 
by shortstop Dan Moore to back stalwart pitching by 
Mosteller and Bob Noel. It was against the University 
of Montana Grizzlies, however, that the Cougars really 
turned on the baseball charm, taking both ends of a 
doubleheader 8-2, and 8-0. Noel, the Chandler, Ariz, 
senior, pitched a perfect game in the seven-inning 
nightcap for the Cougars. Seven BYU home runs were 
hit against the Grizzlies including 1960 collegiate home 
run king Jim Pierson's tape measure 505 foot blow. 




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Top right: Pitcher Bob Noel singles home Dan AAoore 
from third base against Montana. Bottom left: Y's Dan 
Moore runs out an infield hit against Utah State. Bot- 
tom right: Jim Pierson rounds first base after a hit. 





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Top: First baseman John Christiansen waifs 
for CSU runner in attempted pick-off play. 



left: Utah State's Dolph Camilli is out at first 
against Cougars. 



Right: Cougar hitter Dan Moore goes after 
pitch against Montana. 






Bottom left: A Utah State batter faces the power of Cougar pitcher Bob Noel. Bottom right: Cougar 
homeruns were not uncommon during the baseballseason. Here Cougar player trots home after clout- 
ing one over the fence. 



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INTRAMURALS 



MEN'S 




The College of Physical Education sponsored the 
intramural program making it possible for every 
student to participate in an organized athletic 
competition. Almost every type of sport was rep- 
resented enabling students with varied interests 
to take part. Units and residence halls competed 
for trophies throughout the year. Included in the 
race were several teams sponsored by the wards 
of the three BYU stakes. Bill Hafen conducted the 
Men's Intramural office while JoAnne Calder- 
wood worked out of the Women's Intramural 
office. 



^ Top left: Under the direction of the intramural pro- 
- _ gram, AAAS sponsored a fite night in the fieldhouse. 
Center left: During the intramural track meet, com- 
petition surged down the cinder oval. Bottom left: 
The tape breaking across his chest made this sprinter 
happy. Bottom right: The Iranians won the volleyball 
competition. 




WOMEN'S 






Top right: Participants of the women's track 
team practice in the fieldhouse extension. 
Center: Intramural basketball provided a lot 
of excitement for the female ranks. Center 
left: Trying to out run the throw, this hitter 
hurries to the base. Bottom left: The ball 
leaves the bat after impact. Bottom center: 
All hands and eyes are towards the hoop. 
Bottom right: Volleyball was a part of the 
intramural program. 





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Fall Semester 250 

World Events 273 

Spring Semester 276 





Lofty mountains rising behind Colter Bay, Jackson Hole, provided an Inspiring setting which 
combined with messages of speakers like Elder Marion D. Hanks, group dynamics sessions, 
and general social activities to enthuse incumbent student leaders for the coming year. 



STUDENT LEADERSHIP 
FRESHMEN ORIENTATION 



Scenic Colter Bay, part of Jackson Hole Nat- 
ional Park, Wyonning, v\/as the sight of the 
Student Leadership Conference this year. Ap- 
proximately 240 student leaders from BYU 
were chosen to attend this conference held 
September 15 to 18. The seven bus loads of 
students made an impression at least on the 
gas station attendants as the buses all stopped 
at the same time. Elder Marion D. Hanks was 
the keynote speaker, and he inspired his au- 
dience with words about the subject, "You 
as a Person." He emphasized the idea that 
each person should strive to know himself 
and work to the best of his own ability. Clyde 
Parker of the counseling department, along 
with members of the psychology and business 
departments also added to the sessions. The 
program bureau provided entertainment for 
the group and along with dancing and getting 
acquainted, some students even found time 
for an ice cold swim. Marshall Chatwin chair- 
maned the event with the assistance of Nan 
Greene and Bruce Bryan. 





251 




The multitude of freshmen who thronged to 
BYU last September were soon caught up in 
the confusion and bustle that would be col- 
lege life for them for the next four years. They 
soon found some order in the mayhem after 
a week of orientation activities directed by 
Maury Cowley, orientation chairman, and his 
staff. Tests, talks, and tours which began Wed- 
nesday, September 21, and continued through- 
out the week, introduced the blue and white 
beanied freshmen to the faculty, campus, hon- 
or system, government, and standards of this 
university. They were far too busy trying to 
remember all of their newly acquired infor- 
mation to think of getting homesick— for the 
first week at least. The class of 1964 showed 
outstanding enthusiasm by a larger number 
of applicants for class officers and the talent 
show than had ever before been received. 
The newcomers soon learned BYU's tradition 
of friendliness, and the customary "hi of the 
Y" spread rapidly. A feeling of unity and im- 
portance was soon established among the new 
class through participation in many social as 
well as informative activities. With mounting 
enthusiasm and familiarity with campus life, 
the freshmen prepared to face the ordeal of 
their first registration. 



Sighs of concentration turned to sighs of relief as 
weary freshmen filled out the last of an almost 
endless stack of cards and papers. Even a cool, in- 
voluntary plunge in the botany pond for those who 
neglected to don beanies was relaxing after the 
battery of tests they had faced. 




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HELLO WEEK 



Any remnants of honnesickness were dispelled 
as students joined in demonstrations for their 
home states or countries in the traditional 
welcome back assembly which ushers in Hello 
Week. Even the "Y" got a facelifting for the 
new term as several hundred freshmen trudg- 
ed up the mountain to pull weeds and remove 
other obstructions from the huge block letter. 
Multicolored balloons added a decorative note 
to the introduction of student body officers 
in a program narrated by Nan Greene and 
Dave Jacobs. Climaxing a week of socializing 
and renewing friendships obscured during 
the long summer months, was the stag dance 
held outside on the tennis courts. 





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FALL REGISTRATION 




Registration, which always seems a hassel for 
most students, presented an even greater 
dilemma this year because of the change from 
quarter to semester system. The registration 
office led by Donald T. Nielson, found that 
many changes had to be made from the pre- 
arranged class schedule to accommodate the 
largest student body in the history of the uni- 
versity. Registration was held, as is custom- 
ary in the Fieldhouse, but the addition of the 
new indoor activity area was a great help in 
providing room for the faculty advisors and 
advice seeking students to work out their 
problems. 




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HOMECOMING ON PARADE 



Homecoming theme "A Y'd Wide World," en- 
abled imaginative groups such as Vikings and 
Broadbent Hall to create Sweepstake winning 
floats and dormitory decorations respectively. 
40 floats competed for prizes in originality, 
beauty, and humor, and the Arizona Club, 
the Val Hyric social unit, and the Sophomore 
Class were victorious in these areas. Sitting 
on top of the Y'd World for the week was 
queen Beverly White from Brigham City, Utah, 
attended by Carol Ronnow, Las Vegas, Nev- 
ada, and Dorothy Crofts, AAenIo Park, Calif- 
ornia. The queens were crowned at a special 
Homecoming assembly directed by Nan 
Greene, and reigned regally over the events 
of the week. Richard Ballou was responsible 
for bringing the jazz artist George Shearing 
to the campus for a concert performance, and 
the dancers were also entertained by the love- 
ly voice of former BYU student. Mavis Rivers. 
The disappointment of losing the football 
game to Arizona State, 31-0, was soon for- 
gotten at the various openhouses held by so- 
cial units, residence halls, and graduated 
classes. Jim Bean, student chairman, and Paul 
E. Felt, faculty advisor, with the help of their 
committee, were responsible for a succesful 
and memorable Homecoming celebration. 




Program bureau entertainers relived their trip 
to the mystic Orient in Fieldhouse Frolics. 



President Wilkinson introduced Homecoming 
Queen Beverly White at the Queen's Banquet. 



Eager hopefuls anxiously awaited results of 
Homecoming elections. 



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Broadbent Hall captured housing decoration he Homecoming court reigned on the BYU 
sweepstakes. Alumni float. 



Muumuued Mavis Rivers, Capitol recording 
artist, starred at the Homecoming dance. 





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DOROTHY CROFTS 



CAROL RONNOW 



Dorothy Croffs, Senior Class Secretary, was chosen 
as second attendant to the Homecoming queen. 
Dorothy, an executive secretarial major is from 
Menio Park, California. She is a member of Val 
Norn Social Unit and active in Relief Society. Dor- 
othy was also business manager of her sophomore 
class. 



Las Vegas is the home of senior Carol Ronnow who 
was chosen as first attendant to the Homecoming 
queen. Carol, a transfer from Arizona U, is majoring 
in elementary education. She is a member of OST. 
Past honors include Val Hyric Sweetheart, attendant 
to both Belle of the Y and Athenian Dixie Ball 
Queen. Carol is also a songleader. 





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HOMECOMING ROYALTY 



QUEEN BEVERLY 

A glance at Beverly White's record makes apparent her spon- 
sorship by the Program Bureau and her final selection by the 
students as Homecoming Queen. Along with her skills as a major- 
ette, in which position Bev has served for 3 years with the BYU 
marching band, she is a dancer, pianist, and vocalist. She trav- 
elled with the Program Bureau in the Orient singing in a girls' 
trio. Winning the cake baking contest in Belle of the Y Week was 
one of the accomplishments that made her worthy of the title 
of attendant to the 1960 Belle of the Y. She was also honored 
by the Athenian social unit as their Dixie Ball Queen. Beverly 
hails originally from Idaho Falls, and went to school at Ricks Col- 
lege in Idaho before transferring to BYU. Beverly, who is a sen- 
ior this year majoring in elementary education, was crowned 
Queen of the 1960 Homecoming festivities by her father at a 
special assembly. 




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Homely Coming Queen Marcia Bradshaw shown being crowned by her roommate, is 
flanked by her two attendants Betty Brown and Joset Fisher. This group was chosen from 
among the Heritage Halls crowd. 



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Hours of labor were finally culminated when 
such floats as this colorful cornucopia adorn- 
ed by lovely coeds paraded through Prtivo 
heralding the afternoon's Homecoming game. 
Even the queen and her attendants donned 
football helmets to express their enthusiasm 
for the game. 




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Climaxing the week's events was the Satur- 
day football game in which BYU played 
Arizona State. Even though Arizona won, it 
proved an exciting afternoon for the thou- 
sands of students, alumni and friends who 
filled the stadium. 



Student organizers of Homecoming included, row 1: Ann Crane, Morris Slack, Nan Greene, Jo Paine, Pam Relyea, Ver- 
lene Spackman, Mary Jacobs, DeMont Dockstader; row 2: Neil Coleman, Jack Davis, Chairman Jim Bean, Letty Lant, 
Stewart Bay. 







left: Craig Kirkham and John Dredge ar- 
range the IK display table during Or- 
ganization Week. Top center: The Viking 
social unit even used a sports car in the 
Eyring Science Center to attract passers-by. 



ORGANIZATION WEEK 
AMS MEN'S NIGHT 




Organizations on campus were given 
an opportunity to display their wares 
to the studentbody during fall semes- 
ter. Tables laden with scrapbooks and 
trophies gave an indication of the 
competitive spirit which exists among 
the units in vying for athletic, schol- 
astic, and social honors. 

AMS sponsored a week entirely for 
the men. Perhaps the highlight of the 
entire affair was the address deliver- 
ed by Vernon Law of baseball fame 
from the Pittsburg Pirate World 
Champions. 




Vernon Law, Pittsburg Pirate pitcher, ad- 
dressed men attending the annual Men's 
night confab. Walt Hill, representing the 
men students of BYU, presented a plaque 
16 Law for his outstanding character and 
athletic ability. 




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Campus buildings continued to be as 
busy on Sunday as during the week. 
With three stakes and 28 wards, stu- 
dents participated in Priesthood, Re- 
lief Society, Sunday School, and Sac- 
rament Meeting, in addition to the 
many other planning sessions called 
by the bishops and stake presidents. 
It was not uncommon to see a child 
in his mother's lap, the friendly hand- 
shake at the door, the after meeting 
discussions, and the solemnity enjoy- 
ed while the sacrament was being 
passed. 



RELIGION ON SUNDAY 



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WOMEN'S WEEK 





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With the advent of Women's Week this year, the 
campus male headed for the hills with a coed in 
pursuit. The assembly, fashion show, and Pre- 
ference Ball were each an integral part of the 
week sponsored by the AWS Council. Coeds did 
not have to stand in line this year to get their 
preference because they previously drew for 
times when they would prefer. Over 5,000 per- 
sons attended the ball which was held in four 
halls. 



Top: From behind the stage an intent onlooker watches 
the antics of David Jacobs, one of the preferred men, 
in pantomiming "My Old Flame." Left center: A pert 
coed walks down the ramp to model a suit during the 
AWS fashion show. Bottom left: It really isn't a ghost, 
but merely a coed giving tips on how a girl can best 
make herself appealing to the boy. 



Kent Haws from San Diego, California was voted as 
being most preferred by the coeds of Brigham Young 
University, He and ten attendants reigned over the 
Preference Ball. 




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Row 1: Richard Stringham, Bruce 
Gibb, David Jacobs, Roger Oox- 
ey. 

Row 2: Blaine Quarnstrom, Don- 
ald Wright, Craig Christensen, 
Max Pinegar. 



Row 3: Richard Hunter, 
Seely, Kent Haws. 



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Right: Two soldiers appeared on the Christmas assem- 
bly and delighted the audience with a rendition of the 
"March of the Chocolate Soldier." Below: Talent from 
the Program Bureau combined to present the laughter- 
filled, solemn, reflecting Christmas assembly. Bottom 
left: Caroling, an old Christmas time tradition, gave 
many students the opportunity to spread Christmas 
cheer to the residents of Provo. 




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CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 



Students who came from areas where it never 
snows were disappointed to find that Provo 
and Utah did not enjoy a white Christmas. 
Wards, campus units, and apartments all 
created parties and programs to help catch 
the spirit of Christmas. The university ad- 
ministration played Santa Clause by letting 
school out for the holidays three days earlier 
than planned. Of course, this decision was 
reached when over 1500 students gathered 
at Cannon Center to protest the short time 
they had to drive home before Christmas. 
During the holidays, events were planned for 
all those who lived to far away to go home. 
Dances, skating parties, firesides, and trim- 
ming the tree were all a part of everyone's 
Christmas. 



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Upper right: Santa Clause, who has become 

a beloved tradition, was seen many times on 
the streets of downtown Provo. Right: Norm 
Nielson presents a trio of coeds a present 
which is symbolic of the Wiseman's gift to 
the Christ child. Lower right: Trimming the 
tree in Budge Hall lounge helped many stu- 
dents feel the spirit of Christmas. Below: A 
demonstration by students in Cannon Center 
helped the administration decide to extend 
the length of Christmas holidays. 






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INTERNATIONAL WEEK 



India, Africa, France, Canada. . . . the list of 
countries represented at BYU spans the globe. 
These guests from other countries shared some 
of their culture and mores with the rest of the 
studentbody during International Week. The week 
of discussions, movies, and demonstrations was 
climaxed by an assembly and a dance sponsored 
by foreign students for the school. 





An Oriental flavor pervaded the campus as Chinese 
New Year celebrants, complete with traditional drag- 
on, snaked their way through downtown Prove to 
wind up with an exhibition on the Quad. 



Students stopped to admire the multi-colored display 
of flags which lined walks in front of the Eyring Sci- 
ence Center. 




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The Polynesian Club entertained at an assembly en- 
acting tales from the Book of Mormon. Flame eaters 
and sword dancers put on an exciting performance 
of skill and daring. 



Fayek Saleh translated many papers, letters and other 
documents over 300 years old from Arabic to English. 




WINTER CARNIVAL 




In spite of uncooperative weatherman, snow enthusiasts headed for the 
slopes and ponds to compete in Winter Carnival frolics. Skiing, skating 
and broomball contests were the highlights of the week. Entertainment 
at the "Alice in Wonderland" dance was provided by Capitol recording 
artists, the King Sisters. 






The Chinooks emerged victorious from final 
playoffs with dorm team EL-2 in broomball 
competition. 



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left: Figure skating winners were Ken Park- 
er, Donna Mackay, Ruth Ann Hamilton, 
Heather White and Nad Brown. 



Below: Abel (Glen Potter) finds himself wan- 
dering in the land of "Never-So-North" at the 
AMS assembly put on for Winter Carnival. 





ROYALTY 



PRINCESS ANN 



Ann Dunkley of Ogden, Utah was chosen to 
reign over Winter Carnival Week as Snow 
Princess. Ann was a member of O. S. Tro- 
vata social unit. Majoring in elementary edu- 
cation, Ann received this honor her senior 
year. Qualifications in being judged Snow 
Princess included skiing and skating ability, 
in addition to beauty and personality. 



DONNA MACKAY 

Freshman Donna Mackay from Calgary, Al- 
berta, Canada was selected as first attendant 
to Ann. Donna was a member of Tokalon 
social unit and Canadian Club. She majored 
In French and listed skiing as her favorite 
hobby. 



MARJORY HILL 



Another Canadian, Marjory Hill, was chosen 
as second attendant to Princess Ann. Marjory 
Is from Montreal, Quebec. She was a mem- 
ber of the program bureau and was assistant 
drum majorette with the marching band. As 
a freshman, Marjory was enrolled in the 
General College with an emphasis on busi- 
ness. 





HOWARD UIBEL 



Howard Uibel from Mountain View, Alberta, 
Canada won over tough competition to be 
selected as Snow King of Winter Carnival 
Week. Howard is a graduate student maioring 
in physical education. He was also a mem- 
ber of the Sportsmen Club. Howard was a 
ski instructor. 






DICK STAATS 

Richard Rampton, a transfer student from the 
University of Utah, was selected as first at- 
tendant to Howard. Rich was a junior major- 
ing in business management. He was a mem- 
ber of Sportsmen Club and an end on the 
varsity football team. Rich taught skiing. 



RICH RAMPTON 



Dick Staats, a junior journalism major, was 
second attendant to Howard. Dick is from 
Santa Monica, California. His hobbies are 
listed as snow and water skiing and sports 
cars. He was also a member of Sportsmen 
Club. Dick worked on the ski patrol and as 
a ski instructor. 



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AROUND THE CAMPUS 



The inevitable conclusion to every sem- 
ester is always final exams. Libraries 
v^hich have been half-empty during the 
rest of the term are suddenly jammed 
v\/ith busy scholars seeking to catch up 
on hours of back vi^ork. The most famous 
of all famous last words heard floating 
around about this time are always, "Next 
semester I'm not going to get behind!" 







From the rooms in Helaman and Heritage, to the lobbies of the same, students 
sit and lie in various positions to get the most from their books. Alone and to- 
gether everyone seeks from the books which contain knowledge and experience 
of others. Stairways and bleachers also are used for the favorite pastime of study 
. . . study . . . study. 



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Top left: Children of all ages took part in demonstrations around New 
Orleans' integrated William Franz School. Even twisted Bible scrip- 
tures were used to boycott the school. Top right: In Rome, America's 
Otis Davis (right) sprinted across the line first in the last leg of the 
1,600 meter relay. The U.S. team set a new world record of 3:02.2. 
Bottom left: Pirate Bill AAazeroski races towards home plate after 
clouting a ninth inning home run which gave the Pirates the game 
and the World Series. Bottom right: Students crowd into the Smith 
lobby to view the series on television. Instructors found the inter- 
mittent cheers hard to cope with. (Photos furnished by United Press 
International). 




WORLD EVENTS 



From the time school began up to the time of 
graduation, the events which occurred through- 
out the world, helped shape our ideas and 
thoughts. Trouble spots seemed to spring up over 
night in some remote part of the world. From 
the Congo to Cuba, world leaders were con- 
stantly sitting on the edge of their seats trying 
to decide what move next would best further 
their cause . . . freedom or communism. 






Top right: Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev waved his arms as he addressed the UN 
General Assembly in New York on October 1. He charged that the U.S. "sooner or 
later will have to learn" that a democratic system is possible only under communism. 
Mr. K made a surprise visit to the UN. 



Right: Fighting and terrorism in the Congo made leaders all over the world continually 
uneasy. Russia and the United States continually threatened to enter war if either 
enered the issue. Shown are two bloody and weary Congolese who were caught up in 
the struggle for power. 





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left: Here a smiling candidate. Senator John F. Ken- 
nedy enters the voting booth at the West End Branch 
library in Boston to cast his ballot. Kennedy won the 
election to beconne the 34th president of the United 
States. The pooular vote indicated less than a 300,000 
vote difference between Kennedy and Nixon. 





Elections nationally and locally affected the students 
on campus. Throughout the campaign, both Democrats 
and Republicar.s made their pitch to student voters. 
Headed by student committees and student chairmen, 
booths on campus distributed literature for their res- 
pective parties. President's Kennedy's brother, Ted, 
represented the Democrats and US Rep. Henry A. 
Dixon represented the Republicans in a series of forum 
assemblies. 



Senator Kennedy and Vice President Nixon engaged 
In several debstes over a national television network. 
Each side claimed a victory over the other after the 
debate, but it finally took the voters to decide who 
should be the next president. 





Top: Finalists for Belle of the Y were Tamar 
Ashby, Karen Hanks, Linda Smith, Paul. 
Hoogendorn, Paula Drayton, Dahnelle Bower 
Sherry Mills, Carolyn Porter, Marlene Cole 
man. Left: Flaming torches of the IK's madi 
a glowing path down the mountainside a 
the Y burned brightly in honor of the nev 
queen, Tamera Ashby. Below: The IK's madi 
certain that the old Y bell was in workini 
order. 




BELLE OF THE Y 



Talent was one of the nnaior areas that led to the final 
decision during Belle of the Y judging. A student as- 
sembly revealed the top talent displayed by the ten 
finalists. Below: Dahnelle Bower swings to the "blues" 
in a modern dance routine. Linda Smith, right, caught 
the fiery mood of Latin rhythms as she danced to a 
medley of South American tunes. 



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THE BELLE AND HER COURT 



Top: Cake baking is one qualification a true Belle of 
the Y must be able to master. Cakes are tested on tex- 
ture, taste and originality. One main stipulation all 
contestants must abide by is that they do not use a 
boxed cake mix. Top center: Beauty and personality 
were traits a winning candidate must possess. Based 
on poise, facial beauty, and congeniality, these coeds 
came out on top. Bottom center: Talent in dance, song, 
or whatever, helped the judges decide who was most 
qualified for the crown. Original poetry by one con- 
testant gave her the nod in this division. Bottom: After 
going through a variation of ballroom dances such as 
the waltz, cha cha, and fox trot, another winning candi- 
date came closer to victory. On Friday the studentbody 
voted for the most popular and Friday evening at the 
dance a lass received the crown and a bouquet of 
long stemmed roses. 





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Sophomore Tamara Ashby first knew she had been chosen Belle of the Y when 
the Intercollegiate Knights lighted her initials beside the block Y. Majoring in 
sociology, Tamara finds time to be active in Cami Los and act as a songleader at 
athletic events. Tamara was a Cougarette when she was a freshman. Burley, Idaho 
s her home which she was able to represent as Miss Idaho in 1960. 




PAULA DRAYTON 

Acting as first attendant to Belle Tamara, Paula Drayton from Bethesada, Mary- 
land gave a rendition of original poetry to garner the runner-up spot. Paula is a 
member of Alcyone social unit and Spur service unit. In her ward MIA she Is age 
group counselor. 



MARIENE COLEMAN 

Marlene Coleman is the second Miss Idaho in the Belle of the Y trio. She is a 
Tokalon from Pocatello, Idaho. Marlene had the lead in Opera Workshop's produc- 
tion, "The Emperor's New Clothes." As a freshman student, Marlene is maioring 
in music. 



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ENGINEERING WEEK 



Wonders of the world of science were 
displayed during Engineering Week 
openhouses. Films and discussions ex- 
plaining the function of engineering in 
fields varying from modern industry to 
national defense highlighted the week. 
Robert Weight, chief civil and structural 
engineer for the Power and Industrial 
Division of the L. A. Bechtel Corpora- 
tion, Dr. Henry Eyring of the University 
of Utah, and Werhner Von Braun, direc- 
tor of the Marshall Space Flight Center, 
were guest lecturers during the week. 









what next? Atomic marshmallows of gigantic 
size emerged from one of the displays much 
to the delight of young spectators. 



Right: Robert Weight told BYU engineers of 
the latest developments in the field of engin- 
eering. 




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CAMPUS SCENES 



There are many activities on campus which are 
not a part of any organized group, but they do 
play an important part in our college life. At 
the McDonald Health Center shots and pills are 
available to any student who seeks them. The 
oft-repeated call of "the switchboard is closing" 
is familiar to all those who call the dorms at 11 
p.m. Lines are the big thing at Cannon Center 
when food is the main object. And if you get 
hugnry between classes the myriads of vending 
machines will sell anything from chewing gum to 
potato salad. The era of Wymount is soon to come 
to a close as the university plans to build new 
married housing units. 





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BIBLER BOUNCE 

Inspired by Dick Bibler's nationally famous 
"Little Man on Campus" cartoons, the annual Bib- 
ler Bounce is sponsored by the Daily Universe. 
Applications are submitted for the snarfiest pro- 
fessor, the lushiest Louise, and the most worth- 
less Worthal on all the BYU campus. Indeed, there 
is not a dirth of applications, which flow into the 
Universe office. It seems everyone knew someone 
who qualified for one part of the infamous trio. 
This year before the dance a jazz ensemble con- 
sisting of University of Utah profs and Utah 
Symphony Orchestra members gave a rousing 
concert. 





Top right A trio performed at intermission in front of 
the bandstand which held the Y's Men who played for 
the dance. Center: Sally Hale was elected by popular 
vote to portray Louise Lush Bill Wootten was accorded 
the honor of representing Worthal from the famous 
comic cartoon. And finally, C. Van Perkins was select- 
ed from a long list of candidates to be Professor 
Snarf. 




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SONGFEST 



It's surprising what you can uncover in an old attic— 
everything from old shoes to some rather fancy 
spiders. Left: Composer and conductor of sweepstakes 
winning Tokalon song, Karen Keller, received the 
trophy for her unit from Songfest chairman Betsy 
Cannon. Miss Cannon and Jo Ann Murphy acted as 
co-chairmen to produce the 1961 Songfest, "AttiCj 
Treasures". a 




Nan Greene and Ron Hadley discovered many fasci- 
nating memories as they browsed through their "attic 
treasures." 



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Parents' memories of their son sent off to war was 
the story sung by the Goldbrickers. 






Beginning at top loft: "Dear John" Val Norns won 
second place with a musical medley of their mail 
(male?) problems. From baby bottles to missionary 
tracting shoes was the theme of Shomrah Kiyel. A 
Tokalon miss learned that everything, even a spider, 
has beauty; you just have to seek it out. Athenians 
sang of a man's search for solace from the "Hand of 
God". 




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That memorable experience as the mold- 
er of a future generation was recorded 
by Helio Gonzales as he followed a new 
student teacher through her first day in 
class. With 4160 working for teaching 
certificates of whom 773 went student 
teaching this year, BYU's college of ed- 
ucation ranked third in the nation. 





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Henry Heilesen was elected as the new stu- 
dentbody president for 1961-62. 



Richard Hunter became the new vice pres- 
dent of finance for the coming year. 



George Mangan replaced Keith Terry as vice 
president of student relations. 




ELECTIONS 



Elections on the Brigham Young Univer- 
sity campus are always interesting to say 
the least. An almost carnival-like spirit 
prevails as student campaigners erect 
their posters on the quad. In the primary, 
over 52 students campaigned for stu- 
dentbody and class offices. Included on 
the ballot v\/as a referendum vote con- 
cerning the status of social units on cam- 
pus— w^ould they or v^/ould they not be 
left on campus? Over 50 per cent of the 
studentbody participated by turning out 
to vote, this being indicative of the -in- 
terest generated by the campaigners. 



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Far left: As seen from the stairway in the 
McKay building, the quad was adorned with 
posters and campaigners, left: Students 
stopped at the polling places to ponder over 
their favorite's qualifications. Picture panels 
of all the campaigners were posted at the 
polls. 






Del Faddis was elected to represent the stu- 
dentbody in organizing social affairs. 



Terry O'Brien will direct the culture facets of 
the studentbody as culture vice president. 



The old. Max Pinegar, makes way for the 
new, Henry Heilesen, in the spirit of broth- 
erhood. 




Students who walked through the quad 
found an array of posters and gimmicks to 
attract their attention. 




Stairways, photographs, plastic swimming 
pools, and a badminton game added to the 
campaigners enthusiasm in trying to influence 
students. 




JUNIOR PROM 



Top left: Members of the Junior Prom committee work- 
ed many hours making large impressionistic murals to 
cover the walls of the east gymnasium. Center right: 
Dancers portray students and professor on the Junior 
Prom assembly "Impressions of Youth." Bottom left: 
Students flocked to the pre-Prom concert which fea- 
tured the Four Preps, famous recording artists. 





Under the direction of Prom chaifman Marv -WrigJey, the Prom 
committee worked extensively to bring the studentbody the best 
Junior Prom ever. Themed "Impressions," students entered an at- 
mosphere of fantasy in the made over fieldhouse. Hundreds of 
yards of cheese cloth dotted v^ith accent lights draped over the 
dancers, transformed the east gymnasium into a dancer's paradise. 
Murals of modern impressions covered the walls. Although no big 
name band played for the Prom, the pre-Prom concert by the Four 
Preps added much to the occasion. The main basketball floor was 
transformed into a candlelit refreshment area. Favors of roses and 
perfume were presented to each coed present. As usual the Prom 
was held two nights to accommodate the large turnout. 




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Top leh: Mel Gish and Loa Kirk performed on the all- 
dance Junior Prom assembly "Impressions of Youth." 
Center left: Youth goes to war and experiences the 
pangs of fear and courage and becomes a man. 




Right: Youth as he grows up experiences flirtation as depicted on 
the Junior Prom assembly. Bottom left: Youth finds love and the 
joys thereof. 





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AT THE PROM CONCERT 



Top right: Recording stars and night club entertainers, 
the Four Preps performed Friday and Saturday even- 
ings at a pre-Prom concert. Moving through old fav- 
orites as well as new/ recording releases, this group 
treated the audience to an hour of entertainment 
strictly Hollyvi/ood style. Harmonizing, joking, mimic- 
ing, and singing were all integrated Into their act. 



BoHem left: Many couples found that the Junior Prom 
meant magic in their lives and left a special feeling 
within them. Bottom right: A fountain of water caught 
the eye of many couples who went to the 1961 Jun- 
ior Prom "impressions." 




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Top: Prom couples hardly realized they were 
in the fieldhouse when they attended the 
Prom, just as the refreshment area does not 
reveal that this is the main basketball floor. 
Bottom: Couples waited in the atmosphere of 
sparkling fountains and painted murals to 
meet the reception line composed of com- 
mittee members and special guests. 



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Y DAY ACTIVITIES 




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Top right: After all the work was don' 
students gathered at the stadium to eat 
lunch furnished by the Food Service. Top lei 
Buckets of whitewash poured Into the barr 
which hosed It onto the rock and cement ' 



Y Day activities were centered around the theme 
"Y's Day, Y's Play." From the 398 foot block Y on 
the mountain to the boat harbor on Utah Lake, Y 
students carried, scrubbed, pulled, dug, painted, 
raked, and got sunburned in a day of work and 
fun. Starting at six in the morning and ending 
at twelve that evening, Provo and the campus 
took on a new look of freshness. The day was 
highlighted by the whitewashing of the huge 
symbol by the bucket brigade and ended with 
an intra-squad football game. The IK's lighted 
the block Y during the evening. 



Bottom right: Buckets passed up and down the hill for 
a half a day in order to get the Y whitewashed. 
Bottom left: Food service people dished up the food 
as anxious and hungry students filed into the stadium. 







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Top right: Wards, units, and freelancers worked on 
projects throughout Provo, as did these girls seen 
whitewashing a fence. Top left: Physical plant trucks 
made sure all the trash uprooted from its resting place 
was hauled away. 




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Bottom right: In the stadium games after all the work 
was done, chariot races caught the interest of the 
audience. Bottom left: On the west playing field unit 
competed against unit in a tug-of-war. All was well 
until someone got hold of the fire hose. 



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Graduates 298 

Seniors 30^ 

Juniors 331 

Sophomores 349 

Freshmen 370 

Indexes 408 




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left: Ron Knight, Helen Bartlett, and Al Rencher 
served as Graduate Officers during the year. 
Ron was vice president with Helen as secretary 
and Al as president. 

Bottom left: Al Rencher was Graduate Class 
President and Ron Knight was Graduate Class 
Vice President. 




Working closely with Graduate Dean Wes 
ley P. Lloyd, the graduate students found 
that there was research work and technical 
snooping which could be obtained through 
their fields of study. The Graduate School 
can look to future growth with the depart- 
ments of the university making it possible 
to obtain a doctorate for the first time. 



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GRADUATES 



Row 1: James Anderson, Electrical Engineering; Rich- 
ard Anderson, Chemistry; Kenneth Ash, Chemistry; 
Gordon Augason, Physics; Carl Bair, Physical Edu- 
cation; Richard Bartholomew, Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Irvin Bassett, Physics. 

Row 2: John Beardall, Physics; Veldon Bennett, 
German; Thomas Beck, French; LaMar Barrett, Re- 
ligion; Gordon Betters, Physics; Onnig Bezirjian, 
Chemistry; Ruth Bezzant, English. 

Row 3: Larry Bond, Animal Husbandry; Donald 
Bright, Entomology; Elias Brinton, Zoology; Rayo 
Budge, French; Clarence Calder, English; Ray Cald- 
well, History; Regenia Chadwick, H.D.F.R. 

Row 4: Marshall Chatwin, Psychology; Richard Chiu, 
Civil Engineering; Dean Christensen, Physics; Jos- 
eph Christensen, Radio and T.V.; Karl Christian, 
Tool Engineering; Roger Clark, Music; Leo Conk, 
Physical Education. 




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Row 1: Paul Conrad, Botany; Thomas Conway, Pol- 
itical Science; Ivan Cook, H.D.F.R.; Ken Cowley, 
French; Malcolm Crawford, Electrical Engineering; 
Sheldon Dahl, Educational Administration; Thomas 
Davies, Chemistry. 

Row 2: David Dawson, Mechanical Engineering; Kay 
Dickerson, Mechanical Engineering; Dennis Dixon, 
Economics; DeAnne Dorny, English; Dorothy Dre- 
ger, German; David Dryden, Accounting; Reva Dutf, 

H.D.F.R. 

Row 3: John Duvall, Chemistry; Barbara Ellsworth, 
Bacteriology; Kimball Erdman, Botany; James Far- 
mer, Chemistry; Ward Forsyth, Geography; Jerold 
Frame, Physical Education; Rell Francis, Art. 

Row 4: Harold Furniss, Music Education; Leon Gar- 
rett, Bacteriology; Morris Goates, Zoology; Morris 
Graves, Speech; John Gurney, Organic Chemistry; 
John Hale, Chemistry; Donald Halladay, English. 

Row 5: Marian Hanna, Botany; Betty Harrison, Ed- 
ucational Psychology; Willis Harrison, English; 
Spencer Hatch, Graduate; Kenneth Hodgkinson, Ge- 
ology; Jeanne Holdaway, Elementary Education; 
Hower Hsia, Journalism. 

Row 6: Hal Hunter, Sociology; Glade Hunsaker, 
English; Raymond Huebner, Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Marvin Jenkins, Music Education; Jerald Johan- 
sen. Religious Education; James Johnson, Account- 
ing; Frank Judd, English. 

Row 7: John Kadin, Graduate; Harold Kaufman, 
Geology; Elmo Keeler, Mathematics; Ji Yoon Kim, 
Bsiness Management; Verleen King, Botany; Marta 
Klein, Bacteriology; Wayne Kleinman, German. 



Row 8: Darrell Knight, Secondary Education; Young 
Oak Koh, Animal Husbandry; Wung Gill Kook, Pol- 
itical Science; Vipin Kothari, Chemistry; James Lar- 
sen. Educational Administration; Eugene Lasson, 
Electrical Engineering; Dale Laub, Political Science. 

Row 9: Elizabeth Lauritzan, Education; Crayton Lea- 
vitt. Geology; Ronald Lee, Music Education; David 
Lindsay, Business Education; Jerry Loomis, Physics; 
Warren Luch, Art; Mac Madsen, Physical Education. 

Row 10: Mahbod Mahmoud, Mathematics; Homa- 
youn Mahoudi, Psychology; Gail Marsh, Psychol- 
ogy; Sterling Mason, Mathematics; George McCon- 
kie. Psychology; Leo Merrill, Physics; Kent Merrill, 
Psychology. 

Row 11: Virginia Meservy, Recreation; Helene Mey- 
ers, Sociology; Charles Mitchell, Bacteriology; Don 
Mitchell, Accounting; Nalini Mitra, Physics; Mogus 
Molla, Political Science; Yazdan Mollazal, Geology. 



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Row 1: Lee Morrell, Chemistry; Weston Morrill, Per- 
sonal Guidance; Albert AAoulfon, Agronomy; Bill 
Murri, Physics; Mahesh Narain, Business Manage- 
ment; Morris Neilson, Economics; Glen Nelson, 
H.D.F.R. 

Row 2: Harold Oaks, Drama; Linda Pace, H.D.F.R.; 
Ralph Pace, Art; Revier Palmer, Chemistry; Vernon 
Parent, Electrical Engineering; Karen Parker, English; 
Edward Paugh, Electrical Engineering. 

Row 3: James Pedersen, Botany; Ken Peterson, Soc- 
iology; Robert Peterson, Sociology; Peter Polgar, 
Electrical Engineering; Alvin Rencher, Mathematics; 
Merilynne Rich, English; Omar Rios, Sociology. 

Row 4: Jay Risenmay, Educational Psychology; Jer- 
ald Robertson, Chemistry; Gerald Robinson, Geol- 
ogy; Shashi Shah, Business Administration; Weild- 
ing Shaw, Physics; Howard Shurtleff, Entomology; 
Bimlanand Sinha, Educational Administration. 




Row 5: George Skyles, History; John Smith, Mech- 
anical Engineering; Brady Smithson, English; De- 
forrest Smouse, Geology; Charlene Steele, Art; Don 
Stephenson, Personal Guidance; Otto Stone, Speech 
& Hearing. 

Row 6: Ric+iafd Sfrattoft, Electrical Engineering; Le- 
roy Swensen, Music; Leon Sylvester, Educational 
Instruction; Manijeh Taghavi, Zoology; Chandra- 
kant, Thakkar, Business Administration; Ed Thomp- 
son, Physics; William Tidwell, Geology. 

Row 7: Carma Tingey, Instruction; David Tolman, 
Mathematics; Henry Tung, Civil Engineering; How- 
ard Uibel, Physical Education; Arthur Weight, Edu- 
cation; Gary Wells, Economics; Goon Whang, 
Graduate. 

Row 8: Doretta Wheeler, Elementary Education; 
Blaine Willes, Geology; John Wittorf, Chemistry. 

Row 9: Hayward Wride, Geography; David Wright, 
Educational Administration. 



Row 10: James 
James Young, Art. 



Wright, Electrical Engineering; 



Row 11: James W. Young, Chemical Engineering; 
Waldow Zaugg, Biological-Chemistry. 




SENIORS 



The Class of 1961 has seen many changes 
conne to the university in the past four or five 
or even six years; how many it took to make 
the list, that of graduation. Even as they file 
into the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse to 
hear the final address, the new library and 
administration building will be receiving the 
finishing touch. Because of the expanded aca- 
demic program in recent years, many gradu- 
ating seniors will be able to stay at their school 
to seek that higher degree. During the year 
the senior class held a class party with the 
freshmen and sponsored several class assem- 
blies on the last Friday of each month. 



Left: Bruce GIbb, senior class president, headed the 
many events in which the senior class participated. 
F»r left: Neil Coleman, vice president, showed his 
leadership ability by fulfilling the duties of his of- 
fice. Bottom: The third member of the senior trio 
was Dorothy Crofts who filled the position of secre- 
tary of the senior class. 



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Row 1: Kelton Abbott, Joan Maurine Acomb, Bry- 
ant Adams, Jerry Ann Adams, Larry Adams, Newell 
Adamson, Dale Ahlstrom. 

Row 2: Sharon June Aitken, Kay Aina, Dean Aldous, 
Wayne Allen, Bonnie Lou Alvord, Cordell Ander- 
sen, Karen Andersen. 

Row 3: Mario Andersen, Donna Anderson, Ernest 
Anderson, James Anderson, Joyce Gaye Anderson, 
Sharon Ellen Anderson, Stephen Anderson. 

Row 4: Edwin George Andrews, Aniene Andrus, 
Carol Arave, William Arnett, Carol Arnold, Richard 
Arnold, Wayne Asay. 

Row 5: Sandra Ashby, William Ashmore, Lee Ash- 
ton, Allan Austin, Max Aycock, William Bachler, 
Junior Bailey. 

Row 6: Christine Baker, Martha Baldauf, Jennie 
Ball, Sharon Ballard, Janice Kaye Bangerter, Bennie 
Banks, Bonnie Banks. 

Row 7: Betty Barney, Joan Barron, Max Bartlett, 
Vicki Bartlett, Marolyn Barton, Dorothy Irene Bean, 
Earl Bean. 



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Row 1: Pearl Bennett, Roland Bevell, Judith Bilder- 
back, Dennis Blackhurst, Dean Binks, Martha Befhea, 
Mario Blanco. 

Row 2: Georgena Beardall, Roger Bennett, Kenneth 
Bentley, Lowell Berg, John Besendorfer, Linda Bel- 
ton, Lynn Beus. 

Row 3: Kent Beus, Arvel Beckstead, Paul Beckstrom, 
Reed Billman, Delbert Bills, Joan Belliston, Sandra 
BIschoff. 

Row 4; Janith Bishop, Nan Black, Steven Black, 
Royal Blacker, Richard Bednar, Gary Blackner, 
Markham Bench. 

Row 5: Loren Blocher, JoAnn Bogh, Saun Bohn, 
Theodore Bohn, Steven Bone, Gary Bosworth, Gary 
Bowie. 

Row 6; Susan Boyack, Wayne Boyack, Patricia Boyle, 
James Brackner, Marcia Bradshaw, lone Bradley, 
Harvey Bragg. 

Row 7: Jean Brandis, Darris Bright, Grant Brimhall, 
Loren Conrad Bryner, Beverly Brunski, Robert 
Brush, Rene Brooksby. 



Row 8: Darlene Brown, Marie Brown, Marlene 
Brown, Gurn Brown, Lee Brown, Pat Brown, Philip 
Brown. 

Row 9: Sandra Brown, Wyn Brown, Gale Bullock, 
Dick Burke, Vosco Millet Burnham, Peter Burnson, 
Stanley Busby. 

Row 10: Don Butcher, Gwendolyn Butler, Eugene 
Butler, Sherman Butters, Carl Byers, Harold Bywater, 
Kathleen Bowman. 

Row 11: Florence Carlile, Orpha Cardon, Wendell 
Rex Candland, C. R. Canning, Jerald Capps, Charles 
Cardon, Kathleen Cardon. 




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Row 1: Al Call, Fred Calder, Linda Carlson, Stephen 
Case, Alice Campbell, Kay Cannpbell, Sechon Chang. 

Row 2: Odair Castro, Don Richard Campbell, Robert 
Campbell, William Charles, Raymond Charters, Dan 
Chipman, Ben Christensen. 

Row 3: Craig Christensen, EIroy Christiansen, Geor- 
gia Christensen, Jacqueline Christensen, John Chris- 
tensen, Kay Christensen, Lee Christensen. 

Row 4: Margaret Christensen, Beverly Clark, Claudia 
Clark, Gordon Clark, Kathleen Clark, Don Clements, 
Carole Clynick. 

Row 5: Tucker Collings, Dean Conklin, Constance 
Conroy, Curtis Coombs, Marie Raenelle Cooper, 
Marilyn Cooper, JoAnn Coulter. 

Row 6: Alex Cowan, Jack Cox, Kaye Cox, Donna 
Criddle, Jalair Crooks, Helen Crosland, Ivan Cros- 
land. 

Row 7: Elda Joan Crowther, Larry Crowley, Kaye 
Cunninghame, James Cushing, Reneta Cushing, 
Gloria Camarillo, Jerry Dain. 



Row 8; Celia Dance, Theodore Davidson, Betty 
Davis, Jack Davis, Kent Davis, Terence Davis, La- 
Velle Day. 

Row 9: Dorthy Dean, Winnifred Deby, Rosemary 
Delaney, Robert DeLange, Karen Dennett, Charles 
Dermates, Gayle DeWitt. 

Row 10: Mildred DeWitt, Esther Dillman, James De- 
Mont Dockstader, Carl Nelson Dorny, Ann Marie 
Doty, Harold Doty, Ronald Doty. 

Row 11: Jean Douglas, Beverly Drake, LaRue 
Drechsel, John Dredge, Bryan Drennan, Lee Duce, 
Gaylon Deronz Dudley. 



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SENIORS 



Row 1: Luann Duff in, Ronald Duncan, Joleen Dun- 
yon, Kaye Durfee, Martin Durrant, James Dahl, 
Gayle Edwards. 

Row 2: Kathleen Egan, Dolores Egbert, Lana Eld- 
redge, Barbara Elison, William Elison, Thomas Elliott, 
Sheldon LeRoy Elmer. 

Row 3: Charles Engberson, Erik Eriksen, Jacqueline 
Evans, Sunya Evans, Wendell Evans, Cherry Evans, 
Gary Edwards. 

Row 4: William Paul Faddis, Ernst Farley, Demetrios 
Farmakis, Lynn S. Farnsworth, Suzan Farnsworth, 
John Felt, Phil Fieeiki. 



Row 5: Ronald Fife, Norris Fish, Byron Fisher, Joan 
Fisher, Carole Flamm, Marilyn Foremaster, Walter 
Forgacs. 

Row 6: Curtis Forsgren, Klane Forsgren, Arline Foul- 
ger. Jack Foulger, Gene Fox, Phyllis Frantz, Allan 
Frazier. 

Row 7: Gordon Fredrickson, Charles Freeman, Rob- 
ert Freeman, Thomas Frizzell, Jean Frodsham, 
Frances Fronk, Louise Frost. 

Row 8: Dewey Funk, Richard Fuller, Lionel Full- 
wood, Carlos Fackrell, Carol Gadd, Melvin Gamble, 
Richard Ganschow. 

Row 9: Kay Gardner, Kent Gardner, Samuel Gard- 
ner, Rodney Gardiner, Barbara Garrett, Martell Gee, 
Judy Gerrard. 

Row 10: Beigui Ghoush, Douglas Gibbs, Kishin Gid- 
wani, Mervin LeRoy Gifford, Glenda Snow, Jean- 
ette Glover, Gerald Godard. 

Row 11: Daria Lou Gooch, Beverly Good, Robert 
Goodwin, Kay Greenwood, Helen Hope Groom, 
Deon Gubler, Delmar Gurr. 




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Row 1: Calpernia Goodrick, Gary Goodson, Roy 
Gough, Donald Grimaud, Wallace Gross, Sharon 
Greene, Eugene Gutierrez. 

Row 2: Richard Graham, Levon Gale, Louise Han- 
sen, Larry Hansen, John Hansen, Janet Hansen, 
Garth Hansen. 

Row 3: Floyd Hansen, Jay Hancock, Karen Ham- 
mond, William Hamilton, Thomas Hamilton, Phyllis 
Hamilton, Merlene Halladay. 

Row 4: Bonnie Halfacre, Pryce Hales, Norma Hale, 
Bev Hakes, JoAnn Hadden, Richard Hacking, Ben- 
niar Hanson. 



Row 5: Tom Haymond, Erwin Haws, Scott Hathaway, 
Shirley Hatcher, Ira Hatch, Antoinette Hatch, Jo- 
Ann Haslam. 

Row 6: Bruce Haslam, Conrad Harward, Clark Har- 
vey, John Hart, Phillip Harrison, Phillip Harris, 
Joseph Harris. 

Row 7: Lona Harrington, Vernon Harper, George 
Harmon, Liane Harding, Steve Healey, Gail Heber, 
Bonnie Heddinger. 

Row 8: Evelyn Hegsted, Nancy Helbig, Sandra Hel- 
lewell, LeRoy Hemingway, Peter Henderson, Cliff 
Hendrickson, Lynn Hendrickson. 

Row 9: John Heninger, Elias Heriera, Naomi Her- 
rin, Derryl Herring, Raymond Herzinger, DeVerl 
Herzog, Evelyn Heywood. 

Row 10: Sherry Hiatt, Dean Higby, Carol Higginson, 
Glayde Hill, Sally Hill, Janet Hodgkinson, Ronald 
Hills. 

Row 11: Robert Hinds, Gail Hinton, LaNae Hirschi, 
Patricia Hixson, Walter Hill, Jeanne Holdaway, 
Frank Haynes. 



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Row 1: Max Holman, Shirley Hopkins, Anja Hov- 
land, Eugene Hughes, Gordon Huntington, Reese 
Hoopes, Elvis Holt. 

Row 2: Dixie Holt, Rosemarie Holzer, Howard Ho- 
man, Carole Hoppe, Heinz Hosch, Heikki Hovland, 
Marlene Howard. 

Row 3: Carroll Holdsberg, Heinz Hubler, Jackie 
Hutchison, Glen Hunsaker, Keith Hubbs, Grant Ip- 
sen, Syed Iqbai. 

Row 4: Ray Ivie, Diane Ivie, Henry Iwassa, Vernon 
Ingham, Ernest Jacklin, Jack Jackson, Renee Jack- 
son. 

Row 5: Mary Jacob, Carrie Jacobs, Carroll Jacobs, 
David Jacobs, Judith James, Larry James, Price 
James. 

Row 6: Joseph Jenkins, Robert Jenkins, Annette 
Jenson, Neil Jensen, Diane Jensen, Gary Jensen, 
Gary L. Jensen. 

Row 7: Gerald Jensen, llene Jensen, Annale Jepp- 
son, Ernest Jewell, Rajni Jhaveri, Clara Johansen, 
Afton Johnson. 



Row 8: Colleen Johnson, Elaine Johnson, Elaine 
Jennings Johnson, Hugh Johnson, Ivan Johnson, 
Kenneth Johnson, Linda Johnson. 

Row 9: Louise Johnson, Nadene Johnson, Nolan 
Johnson, Norma Johnson, Paul Jordan, Royle John- 
son, Ruth Johnson. 

Row 10: Sharon Johnson, Sharon Lee Johnson, Del- 
mar Johnson, Delwin Jones, Don Jones, Ralph 
Jones, Pauline Judd. 

Row 11: Alan Karpf, Gerald Kay, Mary Keeler, 
Shirley Keener, Blaine Kelley, Henry Kellogg, Susie 
Kerns. 




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Row 1: Gul Khiluain, Clara Kennedy, Cheryl Kill- 
pack, Griffith Kimball, Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Wil- 
liam King, Nyle Kinghorn. 

Row 2: Wayne King, Loa Rae Kirk, Larry Klingler, 
Ellen Knapp, Edwin Knight, Richard Knight, Rich- 
ard M. Knight. 

Row 3: Phillip Kresge, Arlin Kuhni, Phillip Kunz, 
Carolyn Lake, Mona Lamb, Helen Lamberty, Martin 
Landers. 

Row 4: Letty Lant, Nona Larkin, Carmen Larrigan, 
Duane Larsen, Edward Larsen, Leonard Larsen, Mar- 
garet Larsen. 

Row 5: Orvil Larsen, Susanne Larsen, Bonnie Lar- 
son, Calvin Lasson, Ka Hung Lau, John Lauritz, 
Leda Law. 

Row 6: Jon Lawson, Del Leach, Henry Leavitt, Young 
B. Lee, Mary Leigh, Hilda Lemon, Kenneth LeMond. 

Row 7: Andrea Lester, Margo LeVltre, Ronald Lewis, 
Ronald Linford, Susan Lillywhite, Sang Woo Lim, 
Paul Lin. 



Row 8: Jackie Lindsey, William Lindsay, Jay Liljen- 
quist, Jacque Littledike, Jack Livingston, Wayne 
Lofgran, Cliff Lorah. 

Row 9: Ellen Loosli, Dorothy Lott, David Loughney, 
George Lowry, Stanley Lunf, Nolan Lutz, Virginia 
Lufz. 

Row 10: Alfred Lyman, Ramona Lystrup, Joy Mad- 
sen, Judy Madsen, George Mangan, David Man- 
gelson, Elsena Manning. 

Row 11: Harold Manning, Marilyn Manning, Mar- 
ilyn Rae Manning, Dean Mansfield, Tonia Marett, 
Cecil Marks, Marylyn Martell. 



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Row 1: Kay Martin, Larry Martin, Robert Martin, 
Johnny Mask, Grant Mason, Audria Matlneson, Ro- 
bert Matheson. 

Row 2: Dorothy Matheson, Thomas Maughan, Perry 
Maxfield, Karen McCune, Lloyd McDaniel, Douglas 
McGregor, Eleanor Mcintosh. 

Row 3; Walter Mciver, Joyce McKay, John McKinley, 
Farrell McKinney, Donald McKrola, Leslie McLaugh- 
lin, Elaine McMeen. 

Row 4: Larry McMullin, Richard McNeely, Shari Mc- 
Neil, Alvaro Mendoza, Ralph Meredith, Sterling 
Merrell, Vern Merrell. 



Row 5: David Merrill, Eugene Metier, Lois Michie, 
Harold Mickel, Marilyn Middleton, Robert Miles, 
Keith Miller. 

Row 6: Linda Miller, Patricia Miller, Tom Miller, 
Thomas L. Miller, Diane Millerberg, Richard Molter, 
Thomas Monaghan. 

Row 7: Farrell Monson, David Montgomery, Brent 
Montgomery, Max Montierth, David Moody, Lyman 
Moody, Raymond Moon. 

Row 8: Garry Moravee, Marie Moray, Afton Mor- 
gan, Jackeen Morgan, Michael Morgan, Sharon 
Morgan, Burl Morley. 

Row 9: George Morrell, Nancy Morrell, Suzy Ann 
Morris, Evan Morrison, Ardith Mortensen, Ross 
Mortensen, Delmar Motes. 

Row 10: Carolyn Mufich, Wayne Muhlestein, Mar- 
garet Mulr, George Munton, Maxine Murphy, Shel- 
don Murphy, Blaine Murray. 

Row 11: Charles Naylor, Richard Needham, Ruth 
Neibaur, Gary Neilson, Linda Nelson, RaVoe Nel- 
son, Clark Neuroh. 




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Row 1: David Neeley, David Newman, Adele Neil- 
son, Larry Nielson, Lois Nieison, Norma Nielson, 
Phyllis Nielsen. 

Row 2: Dorothy Nielsen, Linda Nielsen, Nella Niel- 
sen, Lou Dell Nielsen, Roger Nicholls, Margarita 
Nikamo, Geraldine Noakes. 

Row 3: Vernice Noble, Gary Nordstrom, Judith Nor- 
ton, Evelyn Nuffer, Stanton Nuffer, Nasib Nuseibeh, 
Earl Brent Nye. 

Row 4: Ernest Gates, Alton Ogborn, Karen Ogden, 
Rulon Ogden, Sherry Olpin, Darvi/in Olsen, Beverly 
Olson. 



Row 5: Joan Oxborrow, Richard Owens, Sue Os- 
bourn. Bob Orton, Arnold Orton, Sharon Ord, Karen 
Olson. 

Row 6: Ronald Pace, Charles Padbury, Alice Paik, 
Eliza Jo Paine, Blaine Palmer, Glenn Palmer, Mer- 
rill Palmer. 

Row 7: Jerrie Parker, Sonia Parker, Jane Parks, 
Evelyn Parry, Sharon Parry, Betty Jo Passey, Kaye 
Passey. 

Row 8: Vernene Passmore, David Paulsen, Robert 
Paxton, Reta Payne, Paula Pearon, Katherine Peck, 
Aurelia Pederson. 

Row 9: Donna Pefley, Wallace Penrose, Norma Per- 
kin, Wayne Perkins, John Perry, Lynn Perry, Na- 
dine Peterson. 

Row 10: Paul Petersen, Douglas Peterson, Gordon 
Peterson, Leiand Peterson, Louise Peterson, Carolyn 
Pierce, Ted Pierce. 

Row 11: Laurence Pierson, Patricia Pierson, Max 
Pinegar, Julie Pingree, Reba Sue Pittman, Laval 
Pitts, Norton Piatt. 



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Row 1: AAarlow Plumb, Jon S. Potts, Nathalie Potts, 
Roger Prengel, Thomas Preston, George Price, Ruth 
Price. 

Row 2: Donald Prince, Gerald Prince, David Proth- 
ero. Glen Probst, Judith Prusse, Merrill Pulley, 
Laurel Pulsipher. 

Row 3: Charles Pursley, John Pyper, Blaine Quarn- 
strom. Dale Raden, John Radin, Clare Ramsay, Don- 
na Randall. 

Row 4: Rulon Rands, Larry Rapier, Lee Rasmussen, 
Kathyleen Ray, Sanna Reading, Joan Ream, Charles 
Recht. 



Row 5: Verna Redd, Joleen Reece, Donald Reed, 
Pearl Reed, Jane Reese, Rex Reeve, Allen Reinhold. 

Row 6: Lillian Reisner, Lois Renriie; Robert Rennie, 
Lynn Reno, Anna Marie Rex, Ronald Rex, Sharon 
Rhees. 

Row 7: Clarita Richards, Paul Richards, Mary Ricks, 
Richard Ridge, Kent Rieske, Barbara Riley, Doyel 
Riley. 

Row 8: Doyle Rindlisbaker, Donna Rinquest, David 
Ririe, Dee Risenmay, William Roach, James Roberts, 
Linda Roberts. 

Row 9: Ezra Robertson, Mariorie Robinson, Millie 
Robinson, Nancy Robinson, Suzanne Robinson, Wil- 
liam Robinson, Kenneth Roe. 

Row 10: Milton Rogers, Kathleen Rokes, Carol Ron- 
now, James Rooney, Rella Rooney, Rhea Rosvall, 
Ferrel Roundy. 

Row 11: Verl Roundy, Fred Rowe, James Ruge, 
Kenneth Sackett, Robert Sager, Gladys Saike, Ther- 
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Row 1: Ahmad Salari, Bernardine Sam Fong, Roy 
Samuelsen, Selene Sandberg, Ella Santiago, Gwen 
Sanders, Don Sawyers. 

Row 2: Gerhardt Schaupp, Richard Schmid, Gary 
Schofield, Harold Scholes, Thomas Schroath, Joseph 
Schumacher, Jack Scott. 

Row 3: Vern Scott, William Sego, Marilyn Seifert, 
Loretta Seneca, Norma Senzee, Ernest Seppi, Neo 
Seppi. 

Row 4: Caria Sevy, Spencer Sheets, Ann Sheffield, 
Carol Ann Shepherd, Kenneth Shirley, Linda Shirley, 
Fred Shirts. 



Row 5: Tohams Shuman, Lewis Shumway, Donald 
Shunn, Sydney Simms, Monroe Singleton, Carol 
Skidmore, Russell Sly. 

Row 6: Allen Smith, Peggy Smith, Phillip Smith, 
Richard Smith, Robert Smith, Ronald Smith, Patricia 
Snow. 

Row 7: Sheldon Snow, Ulrika Soderberg, Abbas 
Soleimani, William Soper, Bonnie Sorensen, Janice 
Sorensen, Paul Sorenson. 

Row 8: Rollin Southwell, Verlene Spackman, Carol 
Spaun, Ronald Spence, Roy Spradley, Glenn Stahle, 
Carole Stanard. 

Row 9: Diane Stead, Barbara Steed, Dorothy Steele, 
Jack Steele, James Steele, Bob Seeley, Joseph 
Seeley. 

Row 10: Barbara Stevens, Dale Stevens, Warren 
Stevenson, Duane Stewart, Lucile Stoffer, Eldon 
Stoker, Gordon Stokes. 

Row 11: Daniel Stonely, Richard Stotts, Edward 
Stot, Bryant Strasburg, Gary Stringam, James 
Strong, Phillip Strong. 



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Row 1; Colin Stubbert, EIroy Stucki, James Sulli- 
van, Leata Sutton, Geralee Swan, Jeanne Swapp, 
Leslee Swendsen. 

Row 2: Jane Swift, Margene Symons, Henry Taber, 
Mary Tanner, John Taylor, Jon Taylor, Nelson Tay- 
lor. 

Row 3; Gale Tenney, Keith Terry, Allan Thacker, 
Jeannetta Thiriot, Melvin Tholm, Cornell Thomas, 
Edward Thompson. 

Row 4: Janeth Thompson, Franklin Thompson, Kay 
Thompson, Kenneth Thompson, Kent Thrasher, Ned- 
ra Thorderson, Gene Thome. 



Row 5: Myrna Thorne, Warren Thornock, Leah Tid- 
well, Diana Titus, Douglas Tobler, Wayne Tobler, 
Verle Tolley. 

Row 6: Dee Tracy, Gloria Trimnal, Anthon Turnley, 
Douglas Turner, Evelyn Turner, Robert Turner, Rulon 
Twitchell. 

Row 7: Luella Twogood, Theron Twogood, Suzann 
Upstill, Geraldine Vance, Jerry Vance, Blaine Van 
Patten, Judith Vehar. 

Row 8: Peter Verdoorn, Alton Vernon, Robert Ver- 
non, Efrain Villalobos, Carl Volmer, Nancy Voucher, 
Dorothy Wach. 

Row 9: Abbie Waiwaible, Clark Walker, Lynn Walk- 
er, Ronald Walker, Carol Lee Walkingshaw, LeRoy 
Walser, Ralph Waltman. 

Row 10: William Walton, Bill Ward, James Ward, 
Patricia Ward, Larry Wardle, Lane Warner, Eriand 
Warnick. 

Row 11: Melvin Waters, Mary Lorraine Watson, Mar- 
garet Webb, Robert Weddinton, Sandy Weese, Gor- 
don Weinheimer, Dean Werner. 




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Row 1: Laurel Washburn, Donald Watts, LeRoy Web- 
ster, Rita Wheeler, Amanda Whetten, John Whet- 
ten, Janet Whifaker. 

Row 2: David White, Robert Whitehead, Eugene 
Whiting, Jim Whiting, John Wight, Millard Wilde, 
Susan Wilhelmy. 

Row 3: David Wilkinson, Eldon Willes, Blaine Wil- 
liams, Jean Carol Williamson, Kay Williams, Paul 
Williams, Carolyn Wilmoth. 

Row 4: Bobby Wilson, Robert Wilson, Robert Wim- 
mer, Anna Joy Woffinden, Peggy Wolford, Kathy 
Wood, William Wood. 



Row 5: Ned Woodruff, Don Woodward, Doris Work- 
man, Linda May Wormald, Shirley Wride, Carol 
Lynn Wright, Gerald Wright. 

Row 6: Willie Wright, Eileen Wyss, Russell Wynn, 
Betty Yancey, Karen Young, Antoinette Ziegler, 
Gareth Anderson. 

Row 7: Melvin Ashton, Neilo Bassett, Clayton Beal, 
Jene Beard, Kenneth Bell, Willard Benson, Dale 
Berge. 

Row 8: Oneta Billingsley, Anne Boam, Giles Bol- 
ander, Robert Boulter, Naomi Boyer, Gordon Bull- 
ock, Sylvan Butler. 

Row 9: Carolyn Call, Henry Call, Virginia Clark, 
Rex Coles, Joyce Cordner, Betty Crail, Dorothy 
Crofts. 

Row 10: Hal Gubernick, Andrew Day III, John El- 
well, Mac Ence, Robert Field, Ray Fielding, Clyde 
Fischer. 

Row 11: Sally Jo Fowles, Edward Frandsen, Judith 
Forsyth, Aaron Casad, Reese Goodwin, Lee Gus- 
taveson. Bill Green. 



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Row 1: Bonnie Green, Jerry Gwilliam, Lamont Had- 
field, Jeanette Haliman, Tom Margraves, Lawrence 
Heigert, Karl Holley. 

Row 2: Nancy Homan, Carol Hoppe, Roxle Hubbs, 
Lucile Hunt, Henry Iwaasa, Ranae Jarman, Gary 
Jensen. 

Row 3: Owen Jensen, Betty Keller, Patricia Kelly, 
Val Kesler, David Larsen, Frank Larsen, Ivan Likes. 

Row 4: Ellen Loosli, Frank Molle, Lucy McDaniel, 
Marilyn McCoy, Roberta Neil. 



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Top: Lowell Benson became the vice presi- 
dent of the Junior Class cJuring spring semes- 
ter. Right: The Junior Class senators and of- 
ficers gathered outside on a warm fall day 
to discuss class business. 



JUNIORS 




The Junior Class participated in a class party 
with the Sophomores as well as formulating 
policies concerning the academic atmosphere 
of the campus. Under the leadership of Kent 
Haws, right, during fall semester they made 
their presence as a class felt. Carolyn Dahl 
became president after serving as vice presi- 
dent. Suzanne Rich, left, remained class 
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Row 1: Joe Advani, Charles Abercrombie, 
Florence Allen, Jannes Allen, Arthur .Acosta, 
John Adanns, Sara Adams, Duane Allred, Os- 
ral Allred, Ross Andra. 

Row 2: Gary Lee Abbott, Lurae Ahrendes, 
Dan Allen, Howard Abrams, Williana Adair, 
Mary Allen, Dennis Adams, Donald Adams, 
Richard Allen, Doris Allred. 

Row 3: Stephen Ames, Ida Ammons, Annette 
Anderson, Dellis Anderson, John Anderson, 
John L. Anderson, Roy Anderson, Terry An- 
derson, Ralph Adams, Fred Andreason. 

Row 4: Frank Apolonio, Gregory Applegate, 
Humberto Aragon, Raul Aragon, Jr., Ramon 
Arave, Bob Arbon, Donna Argyle, Diane 
Asay, Jane Asay, Lowell Ashman. 

Row 5: Don Ashworth, Mary Ashworth, Al- 
vin Atkinson, John Atkinson, Thomas Auger, 
Lonnie Ayers, Reed Babcock, Howard Bahr, 
Darlene Bain, Edmund Bak. 

Row 6: Calvin Baker, Martha Baker, Snooky 
Baldauf, Ralph Ball, Melvin Ballantyne, Mau- 
rine Bangerter, Douglas Banks, Earl Banner, 
Stanley Banta, Judy Ann Bardsley. 

Row 7: Gene Barlow, Don Barnes, Joe Barnes, 
Milton Barnes, Barbara Barney, LeRoy Barn- 
son, Bob Thomas Bartel, Diane Bartley, David 
Barton, Jack Batchler. 

Row 8: Brenda Bateman, Charles Bateman, 
Geneva Bates, Norman Bates, Boyd Bauer, 
Loren Baxter, John Beagley, Vern Bean, 
James Beatse, Linda Beck. 



Row 9: Sherman Beck, Carl Beckstead, David 
Bedwell, Vermoyne Beecher, Reid Beers, Dor- 
othy Behling, Mary Jo Benincosa, Lynetta 
Bennett, Robert Bennett, Karen Benson. 

Row 10: Larry Benson, Rita Benson, Carolyn 
Bentley, Sherrill Benzley, Peggy Berg, Roger 
Berg, Jerry Berger, Scott Bergeson, Bernell 
Berrett, Richard Berrett. 

Row 11: Max Berthelson, Larry Best, Gayle 
Biddle, Bruce Bird, Rebecca Bird, Vernon 
Bird, Virginia Bird, Nancy Birkeland, Lynn 
Bjorkman, Nan Black. 

Row 12: Fred Bonney, Diane Bowers, Cheryl 
Blatter, Priscilla Bleak, Maurice Blotter, Glen 
Bowers, Alan Bossard, Marcia Bourne, Re- 
becca Boman, Evva Kaye Bonner. 

Row 13: Virden Blackham, Peter Bos, Jimmie 
Boyette, Felice Boulet, Lloyd Boulton, Bev- 
erly Bonham, DeWayne Bowman, Susan 
Blakemore, Marsha Bluemel, Judy Bodine. 


















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Row 1: Fran Boyle, Dixie Bradbury, Jack 
Brailsford, Gary Bramwell, Floyd Braunberger, 
Charlotte Britsch, Todd Britsch, Beth Brower, 
Jay Brown, Jay M. Brown. 

Row 2: Marvin Boyd, Pat Brian, Dennis Bright, 
Sterling Brimley, Rae Ann Bringhurst, Tan- 
field Brooks, Evelyn Brough, Barbara Brown, 
Glenn Brown, Joan Brown. 

Row 3: Marilyn Brown, Richard Brown, Sel- 
ma Brown, Susan Brown, Thomas Brown, 
Jerry Browning, Bruce Brunson, Jane Brunt, 
Ardis Brush, Judith Bubb. 

Row 4: Bill Buchaman, Gary Bunnell, Sara 
Burgess, I Jane r Burt, Rosemarr Burtenshaw, 
Marvin Burton, Tami Burton, Wayne Burton, 
Lonna Bush, Vernean Butcher. 

Row 5: Dennis Butler, Ruth Butler, Vera But- 
ler, Barbara Butters, Ann Marie Call, JoAnn 
Callister, Marilyn Cameron, Linda Camp, 
Blaine Campbell, David Campbell. 

Row 6: Royce Campbell, Betsy Cannon, Ter- 
rance Cannon, Lavora Capps, Eleanor Capson, 
Kenlyn Card, Peter Carkulis, Carolyn Carlisle, 
Jill Carlston, Kathleen Carr. 

Row 7: Bobby Cartee, Ronald Carter, Donna 
Casperson, Marion Casteleiro, Dean Castle, 
Lu Chalker, Enid Arlene Champney, David 
Chase, Lance Chase, John Chenoweth. 

Row 8: George Christenot, David Chrisfensen, 
Lucy Christensen, Marietta Christley, Larry 
Christy, Barbara Chick, Lewis Church, Gary 
Clark, John Clark, Lynne Clark. 



Row 9: Earl Cutler, Donn Cutler, JeNeal Cur- 
tis, Judi Cunningham, Charles Cummins, Don- 
na Crookston, Don Crompton, Joan Croft, Ev- 
elyn Croft, Kay Crockett. 

Row 10: Carol Criddle, Ann Crane, Linda 
Crandall, John Crandall, Charles Cramer, 
Ronald Craft, Maurice Cowley, Charlefte Cox, 
Ronald Coup, Marba Cottle. 

Row 11: Darrell Cornagay, James Corbett, 
David Corbett, Richard Coombs, Nigel Cook, 
Homer Cook, Ronald Collyer, Barbara Colby, 
Ronald Cockrell, Judy Cochran. 

Row 12: Jo Ellen Cline, Clyde Clements, Sher- 
ilyn Clement, Lois Cleavinger, Robert Clay, 
Mariorie Clawson, Terry Clark, David Cand- 
land, Sue Ann Dahl, Clair Daines. 

Row 13: David Daines, Carolyn Dahl, Carolyn 
Dalley, Carol Dana, Bonnie Davidson, David 
Davidson, Elmary Davidson, David Davies, 
James Decker, Wayne Decker. 



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Row 1: Roxye DePriesf, Diane Derry, Mary 
Deschamps, Leonora De Vries, John Day, Jan 
Dickson, Brent Dickson, Margie Didericksen, 
Dianne Ditt, Glen Dixon. 

Row 2: Ann Dowdle, Ted Draper, Alan 
Dredge, Penny Druke, James Dudley, EIna 
Duncan, Earlene Durrant, Diane Dursfeler, 
Charlotte Easter, Jim Echard. 

Row 3: Richard Edman, Carolyn Edwards, 
Mary Ellen Edmunds, Les Edwards, Mary Ed- 
wards, Mildred Edwards, Aleen Eggleston, 
Cynthia Ekiund, Diane Elarth, Charles Ellis. 

Row 4: Darlene Elm, Diane Emery, Kaye Eng- 
land, Donald Engstrom, David Erickson, John 
Erwin, John Evans, Richard Evans, Robert 
Evans, Andrea Everett. 

Row 5: Elaine Eyre, Larry Eyre, Robert Farmer, 
Kathryn Fames, Duane Farnsworth, Rex 
Farnsworfh, Dave Farrm, Diane Fausett, Paul 
Feher, Susan Felts. 



Row 6: Carolee Ferguson, Ben Fietkau, Lyn 
Fife, Mary Ellen Fife, Sue Fife, Karen Firmage, 
Donald Fiscus, Laurel Fisher, Jo Ann Fitts, 
Patricia Ford. 

Row 7: Janet Forsling, Janiet Forsyth, Ben 
Foulk, Pat Fox, Kay France, Janet Frandsen, 
Ferrel Freer, Robert French, Harris Fuchigami, 
David Fuhriman. 

Row 8: Deoine Fullmer, Sharon Fuller, Terry 
Gale, Judy Gardner, Phil Garn, Joyce Gay, 
Errol Genta, Reza Ghannad, Geraldine Gibb. 
Richard Giles. 

Row 9: Lynne Glassford, Lowell Glenn, Will 
Godfrey, Fred Goldsberry, Jay Goodfellow, 
Loye Goodrich, Ray Goodwin, Ward Goodwin, 
Mike Gray, Melva Green. 

Row 10: Thomas Green, Lawrin Greene, James 
Greenhaigh, Neil Greenhaigh, Wilbur Green- 
halgh, Ried Greenwood, Val Greenwood, 
Hugh Gregson, Edward Gries, Galen Grossarth 

Row 11: Norma Gurden, Kathleen Gurney, 
Leonard Hadden, Ronald B. Hales, Ronald W. 
Hales, John Richard Hall, Ronald Hall, Boyd 
Hancock, Brent Hansen, Kent Hansen. 

Row 12: Marilyn Hansen, Deanna Harding, 
llene Harding, Suzanne Hargreaves, Aaron 
Hatch, LaRell Hatch, Sylvia Hatch, Leola Ha- 
vens, Thomas Hasty, Barbara Hawkins. 

Row 13: Ruth Hart, Victor Hart, Ann Hastings, 
Leroy Harris, Linda Harley, Juanita Harmon, 
Robert Hart, Jerald Harris, Lynn Harrison, 
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Row 1: Kent Haws, Charles Hayashi, Steven 
Haycock, Aragon Helaman, Forrest Hellewell, 
Delbert Helphensfine, Marjorie Hendershott, 
Claire Hendrickson, Gene Hess, Eileen Heur- 
kens. 

Row 2: Ronald Hawkins, Pearl Heath, Vernon 
Heber, Henry Heilasen, LaMar Helquist, Char- 
les Hencely, Joyce Henderson, Larry Hender- 
son, Kathleen Hendrickson, Ronald Harman- 
sen. 

Row 3: Curtis Herrin, George Hewitt, Duane 
Hiatt, Janet l-Mbbert, Zada Higginson, Zola 
Higginson, Byrde Hill, Howard Hill, Jack Hill, 
Elaine Hillman. 

Row 4: Linda Hinckley, Dianne Hinich, Janis 
Hirst, Judy Hirtle, Laura Hobbs, Paula Hoog- 
endorn, Carolyn Hodgson, Wilhelm Hoehn- 
dorf, Paul Hokanson, James Holcombe. 

Row 5: Dennis Holdaway, Carol Holllngshead, 
Almy Hollis, Dixie Holloway, Donald Holman, 
Larry Holman, Gaye Holt, Steve Holton, Gor- 
don Hoiyoak, Wilma Homer. 



Row 6: David Hopkins, Mary Hoppins, Kent 
Home, Heinz Horstmeier, William Houssian, 
Chak Fu Hsu, Dick Hubbel, Gary Huff, Con- 
stance Huffman, Leon Hugh. 

Row 7: Vern Hunsaker, Allan Hunt, Darwin 
Hunt, Robert Hunt, Rosel Hunter, Kent Hunts- 
man, Verlee Huntsman, Garn Husklnson, 
Brenda Hutchings, Edward Hutchings. 

Row 8: Walter Hutchison, William Hyde, 
Flemming Hyllested, Judith Ingham, Karolyn 
Jackman, Myrtle Jackson, Karin Jacob, Karen 
Jacobs, Bart Jacobsen, Kent Jarman, 

Row 9: Harold Jarvis, Verona Jarvis, Lynn 
Jefferies, Larry Jenkins, Gayle Jensen, Joanne 
Jensen, Max Jensen, Max A. Jensen, Marilyn 
Jeppson, Calvin Jewell. 

Row 10: Gail Jewell, Loretta Johns, Alice 
Johnson, Barbara Ann Johnson, Beverly 
Johnson, Brent Johnson, Carl Johnson, Caro- 
lyn Johnson, Connie Johnson, Deverl Johnson. 

Row 11: D. Merrill Johnson, D. Von Johnson, 

Jeniel Johnson, Judy Lynn Johnson, Karen 
Johnson, Larry Johnson, Lloyd Johnson, Mary 
Jean Johnson, Sandy Johnson, Thomas John- 
son. 

Row 12: Carolyn Jones, Daniel Jones, Gerald 
Jones, Karen Jones, Lloyd Jones, Lura Lee 
Jones, Richard Jones, Sonja Jones, Tracy Jor- 
gensen, Ronald Judd. 

Row 13: Newel Jorgensen, Warren Jones, 
Marguerite Jost, Dennis Jordan, Donald Ju- 
lander, Zadeh Saleh Kardouni, Glenn Keller, 
Paul Kelly, Patricia Kelsey, Kaye Kenney. 



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Row 1: Alan Kenney, Ronald Knighton, Wes- 
ton Killpack, Connie King, Kayle Kirk, Tony 
Knudsen, Harold Koenig, Aleada Marie Kline, 
Kathryn Kuykendall, Lennis Knighton. 

Row 2: Bonnie Kieffer, John Kirkman, Beatrice 
Kleinman, Donald Kohn, Charles Krause, 
Darryl Kristjanson, Robert Kunz, Vicci Kunz, 
Linda Kllngler, Katherine Lake 

Row 3: Judy Lambert, Margaret Laney, Clif- 
ford Lank, Hal LaPray, Nathan Larsen, New- 
ell Larsen, Sharon Larsen, Connie Larson, 
Glade Larson, Kenneth Larson. 

Row 4: Maurine Larson, Nora Larson, Drew 
Laudie, Patricia Layton, Connie Leavift, Keith 
Leavltf, Ha LeByung, Terrance Leder, Sharon 
LeFaivre, Val Lefler. 

Row 5: Louise Leonard, Carol Leonardson, 
Lurlene LeVar, Bob Lewis, Mike Libby, Mar- 
jorie Light, Jay Lillywhite, Sheri LaRee Limb, 
Ronald Linsay, Johannes Linning. 

Row 6: Earle Lloyd, Naomi Loftus, Wes Love, 
Mililani Luahiwa, Linda Luckau, William Lud- 
wig. Gene Luke, Lynn Lund, Jerry Lynn, 
Kenneth Lyon, 

Row 7: Helene Lysy, Susan MacDonald, Merna 
Madden, H. Kent Madsen, Margaret Madsen, 
Ruth Madsen, Deanne Malmstrom, Wendy 
Mangum, Haws Marble, Elaine Marchant. 

Row 8: Diana Markham, Sharon Marks, Steph- 
en Marsh, Karen Martin, Mary Martineau, Lin- 
da Marwede, Jim Master, David Matson, 
Leonard Matthews, Gloria Maxwell. 



Row 9: Kaye Marzuardson, Marsal McAllister, 
Norman McAllister, Yvonne McClellan, James 
McCloud, Jerry McClure, Colleen McConkie, 
Myrna McEwen, Ronald Mclnfyre, Penny Mc- 
Lelland. 

Row 10: E. Sharlene McMahon, John Meade, 
Donis Meiners, J. Larry Memmoft, Carolyn 
Merrill, Marilyn Merrill, Carol Meservy, Ferd- 
inand Meyer, Earlene Michaelson, Arlene 
Miera. 

Row 11: Manuel Miera, Mel Miles, Gerald 
Miller, Grant Miller, Judith Miller, Gordon 
Millett, Owen Minnick, James Mitchell, Mar- 
lene Monson, Linda Montgomery. 

Row 12: Ruth Moore, Janice Morgan, David 
Morrill, Karl Mortensen, Gordon Moss, Mar- 
lene Moss, Nellie Motes, Clark Moulton, 
Lewis Muhlestein, JoAnn Murphy. 

Row 13: Allan Murdock, Dennis Murdock, 
Nancy Muir, Emmett Myers, Ellen K. Mylar, 
Carol Lee Nicholson, Evelyn Neff, Gordon 
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Row 1: Sharon Nelson, Stanley Ness, Sharon 
Neuharth, Frank Newman, Jay Newton, Arn- 
old Nef, Vaughn Nordes, Carol Nielsen, Ny- 
lin Nelson, Julia Ann Nielsen. 

Row 2: Shirley Nissen, Jaycene Noakes, T. 
Joy Nooner, Janice Norberg, Kaye Nordes, 
Bryce Nielson, Richard Norton, Richard 
Nourse, Wilma Oborn, Terry O'Brien. 

Row 3: Don Ockey, Sharon Ockey, Beverly 
O'Donnal, Lola Ogden, Kitty Oliver, Jackie 
Olpin, Lawrence Olpin, Jane Olsen, Lea Ol- 
sen, Marilee Olsen. 

Row 4: Pat Olsen, Tamara Olsen, Duane Ol- 
son, Jerri Olson, Orchid Openshaw, Linda 
Ord, Ralph Orr, Michael Ossola, Floyd Ostler, 
T. Morris Ostler. 

Row 5: Cherry Overall, Judy Oversby, Judith 
Owen, Bonnie Pace, Ellen Pace, Margaret 
Pace, Ralph Pace, June Packer, Thane Packer, 
Norman Palmer. 

Row 6: Byron Parker, Giles Parker, Kenneth 
Parker, Margaret Parkhursf, Stanley Parkin- 
son, Gaylord Patten, K-Lynn Paul, Alice Paul- 
son, Donna Payne, Bruce Pearson. 

Row 7: Edward Peart, Robert Peart, LeRoy 
Peterson, Jeri Pertson, Ruthie Peterson, Low- 
ell Pendrey, George Perkins, Carolyn Phillips 
Patricia Petersen, Karen Plhl. 

Row 8: Jan Peterson, Bruce Pehrson, Steph- 
anie Peck, Royal Peterson, Sharon Pendle- 
bury, Thelma Peterson, Wade Peterson, Ger- 
ald Persson, Connie Pierson, Berkley Peterson 



Row 9: Terrel Plotts, Melvin Pobanz, Carolyn 
Pond, Linda Pope, Virginia Portie, Linda Pot- 
ter, Jerry Poulsen, Vernon Poulter, Karen 
Poutala, Leon Powell. 

Row 10: Richard Powell, Sharon Powers, 
Gregory Pratt, Mary Eleanor Pratt, Kent Price, 
Lloyd Price, Sandra Price, Dilworth Pugh 
Connie Pulaski, Carole Pulley. 

Row 11: Linda Pulsipher, Helen Pyrah, Ar- 
turo Quiroz, Judith Ralph, Darlene Ramsey, 
James Rampton, James Randall, JaNeen 
Rawlins, Elaine Ray, Robert Ray. 

Row 12: Sharon Ray, M. Syed Razashah, John 
Reay, Gaye Record, Tonya Redd, Mitchel 
Reed, Clair Rees, Richard Rees, Kay Reese, 
Nedra Reese. 

Row 13: Janet Reeve, Jerry Rennick, Suz- 
anne Rich, Jeanne Richardson, W. Dale Rich- 
ardson, Marcia Riddle, Hall Rigby, Brent Rig- 
trup, Kaye Rindlisbaker, Lucille Roberts. 



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Row 1: Scott Robertson, Don Robinson, Karl 
Robinson, Peggy Robinson, Joan Robison, 
Bonnie Lee Rogers, Kenna Rogers, Linda Rog- 
haar, Luzon Ross, Lyie Rowe. 

Row 2: Sharron Rowe, Lynda Rudd, Lacy Ma- 
rie Russell, Suzanne Russell, Kay Holt Salmon, 
David Sampson, Milton Sampson, Devon San- 
derson, Valine Saunders, Lee Sauer. 

Row 3: John Schade, Roberta Schade, Ruder 
Schill, Archie Schmidt, Robert Schnell, Nancy 
Schult, Cathy Scott, George Scott, Claudia 
Scoville, Doyle Seely. 

Row 4: Janet Seeley, Wallace Seeley, Karl 
Seethaler, John Seggar, Jean Senf, Vicki Sex- 
ton, Ramesh Shah, George Shamo, Karen F. 
Shaw, Jerry Shaw. 

Row 5: Robert Shaw, William Shehan, Judy 
Shell, Glenna Shumway, Rex Shumway, Jos- 
ephine Shurtliff, Gloria Silcock, Judy Sim- 
onds, Linda Skidmore, Kenneth Skousen. 



Row 6: Morris Slack, Dion Slade, Russell Sly, 
Annette Smith, Carol Ann Smith, Carlos Smith, 
Carolynn Smith, Delos Smith, Gerald Smith, 
Linda Lee Smith. 

Row 7: Lucy Smith, Maurice Smith, Robert D. 
Smith, Rosemary Smith, Sandra Smock, Linda 
Smoot, Donna Snead, J. Monte Snell, Phil 
Snyder, Vicki Soha. 

Row 8: Marilyn Sorensen, William Southwell, 
James Speas, Maylene Spencer, Lynn Staker, 
Lorenzo Starling, Alexander Stecker, Denice 
Steele, Zoreatha Steele, Susan Stephan. 

Row 9: Jacland Stephenson, Paul Stephenson, 
Donald Stevens, Mont Stevens, Ray Stevenson, 
Janet Stewart, Kathleen Stewart, Lynn Stew- 
art, Lynn J. Stewart, David Stratton. 

Row 10: Laura Stratton, Jim Strickland, Jahn 
Stringham, Keith Stirling, Grace Stone, Carl 
Stones, Lorna Sforrs, Gerald Stubbs, R. Diane 
Summers, Russell Sutherland. 

Row 11: M. Michael Suzuki, Sandra Swapp, 
Garth Sweeten, Jerry Swensen, Milton Taft, 
David Tanaka, Elvin Tanner, Ataollah Taskini, 
Kathryn Tate, Anthony Taylor. 

Row 12: Darlene Taylor, Janet Taylor, Joan 
Taylor, Jon Eric Taylor, Wayne Taylor, Rich- 
ard Tebbs, Carol Terry, Layle Thatcher, David 
Thomas, Jeff Thomas. 

Row 13: Caria Thompson, Dallas Clark Thomp- 
son, Erwin Thompson, John Thompson, J. 
Ward Thompson, Calvin Thorpe, Clark Thor- 
stenson, Linda Thurman, Alton Thygerson, 
Francis Tilby. 








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Row 1: Brent Tracy, William Timmerman, Paul 
Timothey, Pat Tribe, Ann Todd, Byron Todd, 
Jay Turner, Tuitalau Tonga, Joseph Turner, 
Mardell Topham. 

Row 2: Solveig Torvik, Sandra Towler, Rob- 
erta Till, Paul Trane, Marjorie Tipton, Richard 
Tripp, Jesse Trujillo, Clive Tuckett, Paul To- 
ner, Harley Toone. 

Row 3: Marilyn Turner, Don Udall, Anne Udy, 
Jeanne Ursenback, Amy Lee Valentine, John 
Van Buran, Louise Van Dam, Ronald Van 
Leuven, Judy Van Zweden, Gary Vernier. 

Row 4: John Wadsworth, Wllma Waldron, 
Nadine Waldvogel, Darrell Walker, David 
Walker, Gene Walker, Glen Walker, Glenda 
Walker, Royce Walker, Pat Wallwork. 

Row 5: Mary Wanlass, Carolyn Ward, Gary 
Ward, Patricia Ward, Loretta Warren, Linda , 
Warwood, Judith Washburn, Diane Watt,| 
Blaine Watts, Frances Waymire. 



Row 6: Robert Weber, Howard Weight, Milliel 
Waldvogel, Floyd Wells, Judith Westenskow,! 
James Westover, Kay Wheadon, James Wheel-J 
er, Lyie Whipple, Sharon Whitaker. 

Row 7: Bonnie White, Carol White, Chariottel 
White, James White, Marsha White, MervinJ 
White, Ronald White, Kristine Whiting, Gor-j 
don Wight, Jill Wilhelmsen. 

Row 8: Barbara Wilde, Ellen Wilde, Rob^rt| 
Williams, Shirley Williams, Jeanette William- 
son, Rae Wright, Jeff Willis, Joy Wllmofh,| 
Enosa Wilson, Ida Wilson. 

Row 9: Monte Wilson, Arvin Wiltbank, Arlenef 
Wimmer, Kathy Winder, Gary Winegar, Shar- 
on Winegar, Evan Winter, William Wiscombe,| 
Martin Wistisen, Faye Wittwer. 

Row 10: Byard Wood, John Woodward, Shar-' 
on Woolley, Noel Wootton, Tom Worlton,] 
Dean Wortham, Charlotte Wrathall, Clair' 
Wright, Dale Wright, Donald Wright. 

Row 11: Edith Wright, Marilyn Wright, Phil 
Wright, Wayne Wright, Vern Young, Connie 
Yamada, Buddy Youngreen, Laurence Yor- 
gason, Sandra Yorgason, Fay Yost. 

Row 12: Les Young, DeWayne Young, Mar- 
garet Young, Sherrill Young, Wilma Zaugg, 
Norma Zurcher. 



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Top: Dancing at the Junior- Sophomore class party, highlighted the 
evening held in the Snnith Family Living Center multipurpose area. 
Bottom: The Sophomore class presented an original assembly for 
the studentbody. The script was written by class president Doug 
Stewart. 



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The Sophomore Class officers varied during the year, 
as did the Juniors. The changeover affected the fol- 
lowing people: Ralph Hardy, Anna Marie Nielson, 
Carolyn Potter, Jack Losmann, Irene Hall, and Doug 
Stewart. 



SOPHOMORES 




The Sophomore class, being the second largest 
class in the studentbody, aided the social, aca- 
demic, and spiritual life of the university. They 
presented assemblies the last Friday of each 
month, In addition to a special assembly during 
Fall semester. The Sophomore class was in line 
along w/ith the rest on registration day to collect 
class dues from the students v^ho v^ere lucky 
enough to come out with any money. The class 
of '63 has certainly made their presence known 
during 1960-61. 



left: Irene Hall was secretary of the Sophomore class 
for the year. Right: Doug Stewart served as president 
of the Sophomore class until Spring semester. He left 
school to go a mission for the Church. 





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Row 1: Paul Adams,, Eileen Albertson, Lucy 
M. Aiken, Nolan Ray Alcorn, Janice Ruth Al- 
der, Carol Alldredge, Gary Allen, John Allen, 
Kathryn Alley, Soren Anderson. 

Row 2: Paf Abel, AAarie Abersold, Gayle Ad- 
air, Delos Adams, June Adamson, Isabel Ag- 
new, Glenda Lee Ahlstrom, Sue Amundsen, 
B. C. Anderson, Anita Anderson. 

Row 3: Ed Anderson, Joan Ellen Anderson, 
Kaye Anderson, Lane Kent Anderson, Linda 
Anderson, Naomi Diane Anderson, Norlene 
Anderson, Leslie Andreas, Cynthia Andrews, 
Kathy Maria Andrus. 

Row 4: Ardis Angel, Edwin Anthony, Charles 
Arave, Barbara Ardian, Barbara Armstrong, 
Karen Arnell, Kent Arnett, Tom Arnett, Carol 
Joanne Arnold, Joan Shirley Arnold. 

Row 5: Shauna Arnoldsen, Tamara Ashby, 
Will Ashby, Sheryl Ashman, Clive Ashton, 
David Ashworth, Elaine Aston, Jerron Atkin, 
Laraine Atterton, Meredith Austin. 

Row 6: Klaus Axman, Loman Franklin Ayde- 
lotte. Ken Babcock, Judy Bachman, Dan Bach- 
ler, Ovaness Baghoomian, Julie Bagley, Adele 
Baird, Dan Curtis Baker, Jill Baker. 

Row 7: Joan Baker, Lynn Baker, Pat Baker, 
Roger Bale, Dean Ball, John Roger Ball, Ann 
Balmforth, Sandra Bang, Janice Barben, Ju- 
dith Barber. 

Row 8: James Evan Barfield, Jolene Barker, 
Brent Barlow, Gayle Barlow, Jim Barnes, 
Frances Barney, Jeanette Barney, Leslie Ann 
Barr, Roy Barraclough, Heber Bartholomew. 



Row 9: Barbara Barton, Ronald Barton, Den- 
ise Bascom, Jerry Basinger, Richard Baslaw, 
Ann Bassett, Lawrence Bassett, Kenneth Bas- 
ton, Lee Bate, Carolee Bates. 

Row 10: Lawrence Bates, Marvin Bates, Mila 
Dawn Bates, Laurel Jeanne Bates, Joseph 
Bauer, Farrell David Baum, Grace Ann Beal, 
Lowell Beal, LuAnne Bean, Winston Beard. 

Row 11: Patricia Beck, Carol Beckstead, Car- 
olyn Beede, Roger Behunin, Barbara Bell, 
Freda Bell, Clinton Bennett, Bruce Bennion, 
Barbara Benson, Frances Bentley. 

Row 12: Annette Bischoff, Theron Max Berry, 
Patricia Bethers, Betty Jane Bentel, Renee 
Black, Katherina Boatright, Vicki Bierman, 
Joyce Bills, Annette Bingham, Sandra Bingham 

Row 13: Alan Berry, Bob Biddle, Stuart Bid- 
dulph, Robert Bohn, Bill Boice, Carol Bol- 
ster, Bonnie Bondurant, Clair Bodily, Charles 
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Row 1: Roger Boftomfield, Vivian Brlnkerhoff, 
Noel Henry Brizzee, Barbara Gail Boyd, David 
Boyer, Elver Boyle, Clifford Bradley, Robert 
Broberg, Warene Brovi^ning, Frank Bria. 

Row 2: Beverly Briggs, Deanna Brimhall, Bar- 
bara Ann Bovi^en, Clifton Boyack, Earl Parker 
Brent, Claire Brockhoff, Nadine Brooks, Wade 
Ford Brooksby, Sharee Bross, JoAnne Brough. 

Row 3: Ron Brewer, Jane Brown, Lana Brown, 
Laura Elaine Brown, Michael Brown, Marilyn 
Jeanette Browning, Anita Kay Brownlee, Bar- 
bara Brownlee, Diane Brush, Bruce Bryan. 

Row 4: JoAnn Bryant, Carolyn Bryner, Betty 
Buchanan, Howard Buckley, Hart Bullock, 
Gary LaMar Bunnell, Betty Burgess, Kathy 
Burgess, Laurie Burke, Patricia Burkholder. 

Row 5: Gail Burkinshaw, Maureen Burnard, 
Kay Burningham, Gaylon Burr, James Bush, 
Floyd Bushman, Sara Lee Busson, Lynette But- 
ters, Sue Bybee, Nina Byron. 

Row 6: Jim Cafferty, Lynda Kay Cahoon 
Janet Calders, Nada Caldwell, Nedra Cald- 
well, Garry Callis, Duane Bowen Call, Henry 
Call, Sara Calapp, Colleen Cameron. 

Row 7: Jean Cameron, Bruce Campbell, Tra- 
vis Campbell, Robert Candland, Christie Can- 
non, Yvonne Cannon, Daryl Capps, JudL 
Carlsfon, Paul Carpenter, Wallace Carr. 

Row 8: Carolyn Carson, Gordon Carter, Robert 

Carter, Larry Carter, Gary Carpenter, James 

Cartwright, Sarah Cash, Ray Cason, David 
Cassidy, Robert Chamberlain. 



Row 9: Stan Chambers, David Chan, Ying 
Ming Chan, Olanm Chapman, Hildred Chap- 
pell, Reed Chase, Lawrence John Child, Mel- 
vin Childs, Robert Chillcky, Ronald Chowen. 

Row 10: Julianna Chrislensen, Kathryn Chris- 
tensen, Milton Christensen, Diane Christenson, 
Suzanne Christenson, David Christiansen, John 
Christiansen, Lauralee Clapier, Ann Aleen 
Clark, Lillie Mae Clark. 

Row 11: Meredith Clark, Nellie Clark, Teresa 
Diane Clark, Joyce Claud, Keith Clayton, 
Nadene Cleavinger, James Cluff, Michael 
Cluff, Bill Clune, Patricia Clyde. 

Row 12: Don Clynick, Verl Collinwood, Byard 
Conrad, Merrill Cornelius, Anne Corrigan, 
Karen Cox, Joyce Cook, Patricia Cox, Regina 
Cox, Kathleen Crane. 

Row 13: Carrie Corless, Jean Cordell, Carol 
Coray, Charee Cottrell, Lanney Coulsfon, Don 
Cooper, Nancy Cox, Nancy Contner, Dorothy 
Cook, Gayle Cook. 



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Row 1: Janette Crowther, James Crawford, 
Marilyn Curtis, Gerald Crismon, Sharon Cusick, 
Marian Dahl, Diane Dailey, Harry Crosby, 
Claire Crowley, Merilyn Dailey. 

Row 2: Jacqueline Crawford, Suzanne Criddle, 
Ted Crisp, Thomas Crockett, David Crosby, 
Jean Dailey, Clarence Crowley, Kathy Dalton, 
Gloria Darland, Dick Darling. 

Row 3: George Darrough, Kent Davenport, 
Grant Davies, Linda Decker, Victor Decker, 
Marilyn Deem, David Degraffenried, Cherie 
De Hart, Sharon Delaney, Jim DeMordaunt. 

Row 4: Hal Dendurent, Nettie Dennett, Ger- 
ald Dent, Lynda De Rouen, Diane Deschamps, 
David Despain, Lyie Deschamps, Connie Dev- 
enish, Curtis Diehl, Leiand Dille. 

Row 5: Earl Doman, Verl Doman, Judy Done, 
Jerry Donat, Randy Douglass, Karen Downey, 
Carolyn Doxy, Dennie Doyle, Robert Draben, 
Annette Drager. 



Row 6: Arthur Draper, Marilee Dredge, De- 
anna Driggs, Dianne Drinkard, Linda Duck- 
worth, Myrna Dudley, Parrel Duncan, Cheryl 
Dunn, Floyd Dunn, Joseph Durfey. 

Row 7: Keith Durfey, David Durkee, Carolyn 
Eames, Linda Eardley, Armen Earl, John Earl, 
William Edens, Annette Edward, Diane Ed- 
wards, Elayne Egan. 

Row 8: Raone Ekings, Karen Elder, Robert El- 
der, Judith Eliason, Joyce Ellefsen, Ronald 
Elliott, Loene Ellis, Lynn Ellsworth, Bethene 
Elvln, Karen Emery. 

Row 9: Sue Emmett, Phil Empey, Carolanne 
Engen, Ann Ensign, Enid Enniss, Dennis Er- 
canbrack, Chad Erickson, David Erickson, Sue 
Evans, Norean Erickson. 

Row 10: Ted ErtI, Karen Evans, Sharon Evans, 
William Evenson, Sheldon Ewell, Lois Farmer, 
Val Farmer, Ann Farnsworth, Frank Farns- 
worth, Helen Farnsworth. 

Row 11: John Ferguson, Darrel Fidler, Jon 
Fife, Myrna Fish, Mary Fleming, Gary Flood, 
Julie Foley, Chuen Fong, Judy Fontana, Ev- 
elyn Ford. 

Row 12: Juan Fernell, Brian Freeby, Ron Fel- 
sted, Vic Forsnes, Dean Fautz, Verlayne Pow- 
ers, Kirk Fowler, Sara Pugal, Ted Duncan, 
Gene Frantz. 

Row 13: Jean Fredrickson, Bruce Freeman, 
Lloyd Freeman, Achim Fritzen, Donald Promm, 
Lynn Prothingham, Marilyn Pox, Mary Jean 
Furman, Mona Porsha, Eldon Fortie. 






























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Row 1: Eldon Frampton, Dianne Gardner, 
Maureen Gardner, Janice Gibson, Neal Fisk, 
Mary Ann Feafherstone, Susan Gledhill Maryl 
Glines, He'lio Gonzales, Marvin Golding. 

Row 2: Jean Gallagher, Barbara Gano, Carol 
Garden, Nedra Fullmer, Karen Gardner, Kent 
Ferrel, Edward Garrity, Janet Gaufin, Regine 
Gerlach, Connie Gerrard. 

Row 3: Jesse Gibb, Aldine Gibson, Judith 
Fischer, Beverly Gilbertson, Millene Freeman, 
Frances Gabbott, Woodrow/ Godfrey, Steven 
Godwin, Linda Goldsmith, Rudolph Gomez. 

Row 4: Dixie Lee Gaddie, Linda Goodman, 
Robert Goodman, Patricia Goodrich, Dwaine 
Goodwin, Dianne Gould, Nancy Graham, Mar- 
garet Graham, Marianne Graham, Kay Grant. 

Row 5: Don Gray, Julie Grading, Lois Green, 
Charis Greenwood, Shirley Greenwood, Ann 
Greslie, Kay Gubler, David Guillot, Vernon 
Guymon, Janeth Haack. 



Row 6: Dennis Hacking, Tamera Hacking, 
Nora Hadley, Kay Haggard, Ahmad Nour 
Haghiphi, Mahmoud Hagighi, Wayne Hog- 
lund, Nancy Haight, David Haldeman, Carl 
Hall. 

Row 7: Connie Hall, Eugene Hall, Fredrick 
Halls, John Hall, Karalee Hall, Marcia Hall, 
Judie Halter, Joan Halvorsen, Ellis Hamblin, 
Barbara Hamm. 

Row 8: Sharon Hammer, Helen Hancock, Ka- 
ren Hancock, Claudia Hardy, Sharon Handy, 
Robert Hansen, Susan Hansen, Ellen Hanks, 
Patsy Hansen, Phyllis Hansen. 

Row 9: Veneta Hansen, Paula Hardin, Irene 
Hardy, Barbara Harley, David Harmer, James 
Haroldson, Lawrence Harmon, Melvin Harold- 
sen, Leiand Harper, Patricia Harper. 

Row 10: Darlene Harris, Olive Harris, Verna 
Harris, Linda Hart, Sharon Hart, Joe Hartman, 
LaRae Hartsfield, Don Harward, Mary Hart- 
zog, John Hasek. 

Row 11: Leslie Hasty, Carol Hatch, Janet 
Hatch, Marcia Hatch, Maryana Hatch, Bill 
Haves, Jodene Hawkins, Valerie Haymore, 
James Heath, David Hedgecock. 

Row 12: Alonna Hemmert, Sharleen Hendrix, 
Judy Higgins, Sandra Hill, Ray Heslop, Doug- 
las Hindmarsh, Clara Hoerr, Loraine Heward, 
Kathy Heywood, John Hidley. 

Row 13: William Henderson, Carolyn Hill, 
Charles Hill, Donald Hill, Annette Herbert, 
Fred Hills, Emily Hernandez, Johnny Ho, Di- 
ane Hess, Nadine Hoem. 



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Row 1: Jeanette Hogdahl, Robert Horning, 
Helen Houssian, Viola Hubble, Herbert Hub- 
bard, Garth Holyoak, Katliieen Huff, Kent 
Huff, Faye Hullinger, Jean Hurst. 

Row 2: Robert Hogge, Martha Horsley, Kay 
Houghton, Dot Holgate, Louis Howard, Dave 
Howes, Irene Hubbard, Gerald Holladay, 
James Holmes, Cherryl Huber. 

Row 3: Blaine Huff, Judy Holmes, Rulon 
Holyoak, Dennis Hoover, Jean Hopkins, Linda 
Hunter, Linda G. Hunter, Janet Hutchings, 
Nancy Hutchinson, Carolyn Hyatt. 

Row 4: Joyce Hyder, Barbara Ingersoll, Rai- 
mo Itkonen, Alvin Jack, Sharon Jacklin, Jo 
Ann Jackson, Marvin Jackson, Monique Jack- 
son, Patricia Jackson, James Dunkley. 

Row 5: Janet Jacobs, Jerry Jacobs, Judy Jac- 
obs, Linda Jacobs, Donna Jacobsen, Cecile 
James, Joann James, Marcia James, Stephen 
James, Jill Janetski. 

Row 6: Vee Ann Jeffs, Elaine Jenkins, Sue 
Jenkins, Sherrel Jenks, Harvey Jense, Anne 
Jensen, Barbara Jensen, Carma Jensen, Den- 
nis Jensen, Elton Jensen. 

Row 7: Frank Jensen, Gary Jensen, James 
Jensen, Michael Jensen, Vearl Jensen, Grover 
Jenseon, Marilyn Jenson, Terry Jepsen, Lynne 
Jergensen, James Jernigan. 

Row 8: Jenean Jesperson, James Jewell, Mar- 
ilyn Johansen, Priscilla Jocob, Charlene John- 
son, Elizabeth Johnson, Fred Johnson, Louise 
Johnson, Geneal Johnson, Janet Johnson. 



Row 9: Jeanne Johnson, Merrill Johnson, Mer- 
rill L. Johnson, Roberta Johnson, Sandra 
Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Stephen Johnson, 
Wayne Jolley, Cordia Jones, Mary Jones. 

Row 10: Marcia Jonkey, Billie Jordan, Lou 
Jordan, Sharon Jorgensen, Juanita Joy, David 
Judd, Jacqueline Kaiser, Clead Karren, Ern- 
est Kartchner, Kenneth Kennedy. 

Row 11: Maxine Kennedy, Rosemary Kent, 
Sharon Kent, Robert Kenyon, Diane Kersey, 
John Keyes, Keith Kikel, Carol Kilgus, Patsy 
Killian, Rodney Kimball. 

Row 12: Carole Laing, Donald Kingsolver, 
Darrell Kornegay, Carl King, Kathy King, 
Glenn Kirk, Craig Kirkham, Norman Kirsch, 
Allen Kropf, Newel Knight. 

Row 13: Hermann Kuebitz, Karen Koford, 
Barbara Koralewski, Beverly King, Ralph 
Kurtz, Maureen Koyle, Robert Kroff, Gary 
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Row 1: Ann Laker, LeGrande Lamb, Gary 
Lambert, Robert Larsen, Steven Larsen, Char- 
les Larsen, Byron Larson, Allan LaRue, Karol 
Larsen, Una Kay Lee. 

Row 2: Billie Lambson, Robert La Polnte, 
Thomas Larsen, David Larsen, David Larson, 
Tanja Larson, Dee Larsen, Mary Lasson, Lvn- 
ette Layton, Martha Larsen. 

Row 3: Gwen Leavitt, Sally LeBaron, Barbara 
Lee, Janice Lee, Judith Ann Lee, Martin Lee, 
Mark Leftvs/ich, Arden Leigh, Nancy Lill, 
Glenn Lewis. 

Row 4: John Lev^is, Karen Lewis, Ted Lewis, 
Sharon Liddle, Kenneth Lemmon, Anatalo 
Lester, Michael Lesueur, Gay Lewis, Cheryl 
Lillywhite, Barbara Lloyd. 

Row 5: Ellen Long, Melvin Long, Joan Loomis 
Jack Losmann, Sherry Louder, Janis Loveless, 
Linda Loveless, Ruby Ludwig, Bonnie Lund- 
quist, Dennis Lunt. 

Row 6: Willa Lunt, James Luster, Karen Lyon, 
Jane Mabey, Alex MacArthur, Toni MacDon- 
ald, Marlow Mace, Douglas Mackay, Robert 
Mackay, Elsie MacFarland. 

Row 7: Delaine Madden, Andy Madsen, Mar- 
vin Magleby, Irja Malila, Denise Malloy, Irene 
Mano, Marilynn Margetts, William Mairs, 
Sherry Markham, Pasquale Marotto. 

Row 8: Dennis Marsh, Mary Martin, William 
Martin, Darlene Mata, Wes Matheson, Su 
Maurer, Ron Mau, Gerald Maughan, Janice 
Maughan, Doreen May. 



Row 9: Merlene McGee^ Harold McGuire, 
Rosa Lynn McMullin, Ede Menssen, Florence 
Merrick, Bonnie Miller, Leon C. Miller, Bon- 
nie McCulloch, Nadine Miner, Linda Missi- 
mer. 

Row 10: Roger McFarland, Alvin McGary, Pat 
McAferty, Dale Kent McArthur, Beverly Mc- 
Knight, Marian McLain, Vicki A. McLaughlin, 
Glen McBride, Judy McNally, Mary McNeill. 

Row 11: Lynnette McBride, John McCausland, 
Sharon D. McBride, Jean McCandless, Doug- 
las McCue, Connie McDougal, Arthur A. Mc- 
Pherson, Kathy Medley, John J. Melendez, 
Robert B. Mendenhall. 

Row 12: Judith I. Mercer, Kenneth W. Merrill, 
William Meseke, John J. Meyer, Margaret 
Mitchell, Claudia Miller, Gary Mills, Richard 
R. Miller, LaTreva Milton, LeRoy F. Minard. 

Row 13: Ann Miner, Nolyn Mitchell, Ronald 
G. Mitchell, William Carl Mitchell, Gerri Mit- 
ton, W. Reid Mitton, Merlen Mix, James A. 
Mofhifz, Jon L. Monasmith, Ann Montgomery. 



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Row 1: Susanne Moody, Gary AAooers, Dar- 
lene Moore, Betty Mooya, Frank A. Morgan, 
Pauline Morley, R. Ray Morley, Patricia A. 
Morris, Sherry Lee Morris, Judy K. Morrison. 

Row 2: James A. Moss, Jr., Jim Mugweru, 
Joan Muir, Elizabeth Mulford, Alan K. Mur- 
phy, Lynne Murphy, Fred A. Myler, Nancy 
Nealley, John Neff, Harold Neighbors. 

Row 3: Bonnie Nelson, David Nelson, David 
R. Nelson, Don Nelson, N. Nadene Nelson, 
Nodia Nelson, Peggy Nelson, Richard Nelson, 
Roger D. Nelson, Donald Nettles. 

Row 4: David Newman, Coralee Nims, Janice 
Nix, Yoshie Noda, Anna Marie Nielson, Cecil 
Nielson, Bruce Norman, Gary B. Norton, Lois 
Nielson, Stephen F. Novak. 

Row 5: Tuan Nguyen, Barbara Nisbef, Gary 
Nichols, Carolyn J. Noble, Pat Nielsen, Shar- 
lene Noland, John D. Neilson, Dennis A. Nor- 
ton, Kay Nielson, Mariet Nielson. 



Row 6: Julie Nowell, Patricia Noyes, Annette 
Oaks, LuAnn Montgomery, Mark Oldroyd, 
Gedge Oliver, Brenda Olson, John Olson, 
llene Olson, Janis Olsen. 

Row 7: Laura Opp, John Orton, Rosemary 
Ostler, JoAnn Ottosen, Jack Ouzounion, 
Catherine Ovi/ens, Dean Oyler, Bill Pace, Rus- 
sell Pack, Bonnie Packer. 

Row 8: Pam Packer, Sharon Paddock, Ann 
Page, Linda Palmer, Lunkee Pang, Allan Pap- 
worth, Jack Paradise, George Parkhurst, Mary 
Alice Parks, Judith Parry. 

Row 9: Darrell Parsons, Kay Louise Paskett, 
Terry Pattee, Kent Patterson, Nancy Patterson, 
Faye Paulson, Craig Paxman, Evalyn Peace, 
Joann Pearson, Lois Peay. 

Row 10: Leroy Pectol, Jordan Pederson, Glen 
Peery, Ramona Pena, Doyle Penfold, Deeanne 
Perry, Patricia Perry, De Loris Peters, Eriend 
Peterson, Naomi Petersen. 

Row 11: Ralph Petersen, Carl Peterson, Diane 
Peterson, Donna Peterson, Orlen Peterson, 
Pat Peterson, Sharon Peterson, Linda Phillips, 
Ronald Pierce, Richard Pincock. 

Row 12: Donna Piatt, Wayne Pond, Carolyn 
Potter, Diane Powell, Robert Powell, Colleen 
Powelson, Anna Prins, Kathy Pritchett, Larry 
Pullen, Steven Pusey. 

Row 13: Franza Preator, Jeff Prinster, Pat 
Prescott, Colleen Pugmire, Donald Preston, 
Douglas Pulley, Judy Price, Linda Quinton, 
Glade Quinney, Sharon Price. 













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Row 1: Patricia Quinn, Lee Ramirez, Sharon 
Reed, Lloyd Rawlings, Pam Relyea, Robert 
Ray, Becky Reeve, George Redd, La Ree Ricks. 

Row 2: Lee Ray Rasmussen, Mary Ray, Ruth 
Reid, Bobette Reading, Jackie Revill, Dale 
Rex, Patricia Reynolds, Walter Rhoton, James 
Rice, Saundra Richards. 

Row 3: Brenda Reed, Coburn Richardson, Jan- 
ice Rickert, Hans Ringger, Reese Risenmay, 
Gale Roach, Eldona Roberts, Diane Robertson, 
Richard Robertson, Donna Robinson. 

Row 4: Lynn Robinson, Shawna Robison, '.ani 
Robson, Judy Rogers, Carol Roland, Owen 
Roper, Ronald Roskelley, Barbara Ross, Donna 
Ross, Patty Routh. 

Row 5: Patricia Rowe, Sherrel Rowe, Helen 
Rowley, Carol Runswich, Craig Rutledge, 
Kathy Sailors, Patricia Sainsbury, Fayek Salen, 
Maria Salinas, Margie Salisbury. 



Row 6: Sandra Sandberg, Dianne Sargent, Jim 
Sarkady, Danno Sass, lleen Sasser, Mary Ann 
Saxell, Ken Sayer, Linda Sayre, Dennis 
Schade, Joseph Schaefer. 

Row 7: Larry Schlappi, Dorothy Schroedter, 
Elaine Schreder, Leslee Schubel, Manfred 
Schulzke, June Scott, Evelyn Searle, DeAnna 
Sedwick, Maryetta Searle, Shauna Seely. 

Row 8: Beverly Seiter, Ida Sellers, Carolyn 
Settle, Linda Sewell, Rosalie Shaw, Robert 
Shedd, Gene Shelton, James Shepherd, Em- 
mett Shippen, Ralph Showalter. 

Row 9: Gary Shumway, Larry Shupe, Jean 
Siddoway, Eugene Sidwell, Allison Simms, 
Sandra Simpson, Bruce Sims, Patricia Sims, 
Gerald Six, Janice Slaughter. 

Row 10: Gwen Silver, Charles Smith, Char- 
lotte Smith, Darleen Smith, David Smith, How- 
ard Smith, Irene Smith, Judith Smith, Ken 
Smith, Kirkham Smith. 

Row 11: Larry Smith, Lynn Smith, Norman 
Smith, Richard Smith, Ronald Smith, Ronnie 
Smith, Shirley Smith, Sandra Snider, Will 
Smith, Bob Snow. 

Row 12: S. Albert Snow, Joyce Snow, Richard 
Snow, Sandra Snider, Don Spitler, Ned Solo- 
man, Russ Sorensen, Diane Sorenson, Jane 
Sowden, Sharon Spackman. 

Row 13: Phil Spears, Cecil Spell, Larry Spen- 
cer, Marlene Spencer, Sue Spencer, Margaret 
Spendlove, Mary Spiegel, Richard Solmon, 
Sandra Squires, Anete Stark. 



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Row 1: Julia Stephenson, J. Walter Stevens, 
Norman Stevens, Doug Stewart, Gary Stewart, 
Robert Stock, Gerald Stoffers, Suellen Stone, 
Guenther Streuling, Judy Strong. 

Row 2: Judith Stebbins, Paul Steed, Pat 
Steffensen, Mary Ellen Stevens, Carol Stewart, 
Stan Stewart, Robert Stock, Ted Stoddard, 
John Stone, Margaret Stones. 

Row 3: Richard Stone, Carol Stolp, Gosta 
Stride, Roger Stringham, Christine Strong, 
Virginia Strong, Carol Starr, Michael Stuver, 
Ann Summerhays, Kenneth Summers. 

Row 4: Marjorie Sunda, Joyce Sutherland, 
Lona Swaim, Frederick Swensen, Clair Syn- 
dergaard, Howard Sagg, Ramona Tan, John 
Tanner, Robert Tanner, Barbara Taylor. 

Row 5: Bonita Taylor, Deanna Taylor, Hal Tay- 
lor, Jack Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Roylene Taylor, 
Vicky Ann Taylor, Judith Teglassy, Patricia 
Teichert, Diane Tenney. 

Row 6: Linda Terry, William Thacker, David 
Thomas, Edward Thomas, Jay Thomas, Mike 
Thomas, Sandra Thomas, Sharon Thomas, 
Karen Thornburgh, Joe Thornby. 

Row 7: Gerald Thygerson, Sherry Thygerson, 
John Tibbits, Chris Tietjen, Alice Tengey, Tom 
Tingey, Pamela Tippetts, Jennie Todd, Richard 
Tolman, Judith Tomlinson. 

Row 8: Mike Toomey, Elaine Toone, Ivan 
Toponce, Maria Toronto, Ann Marie Tosten- 
son, Steve Treseder, Leonard Tourney, Roger 
Tracy, Donald Tuft, Maurine Tufts. 



Row 9: Brent Turley, LaVerne Tyler, Scott 
Vance, Sharon Vance, Sharee Van Wagenen, 
Alvah Van Wagoner, Lynn Varner, Veniece 
Vent, Don Vincent, Lea Waddell. 

Row 10: Rex Wadham, Jerald Wad ley, Kath- 
ryn Wadley, David Wadsworth, Barbara Wag- 
ner, Brent Wagstaff, Wendell Waite, Sandra 
Waldrop, Ardifh Walker, Arnold Walker. 

Row 11: Gary Walker, John Walker, Karen 
Walker, Maria Walker, Edyth Walton, Ronald 
Wolsey, Eugene Ward, Lea Ward, Terrance 
Ward, Joan Warner. 

Row 12: Carolyn Warren, Douglas Warren, 
Sharon Warren, Judith Weightman, Judy 
Wells, Calvin West, Glenn Weston, Lowell 
West, Val Weenig, Sharon Weight. 

Row 13: La Juana Warthen, Beverly Watkins, 
Everett Watts, Mary Lyn Watts, Judith Wein- 
zinger. Shannon Webber, Craig Wentz, Sal- 
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Row 1: Pete Steuber, Lee Wheelock, Janice 
White, Naomi Willis, Dick Whiting, Linda 
Wiesner, Karia Wilcox, Keith Wilhoit, Walter 
Willey, Ella Williams. 

Row 2: James Whitehead, John Whetten, 
Waldo Wilde, Joyce Whipple, Linda Wilkins, 
Kenneth Wilks, Don Willardson, John Wil- 
lardson, Viola Whipple. 

Row 3: Gordon White, Pat Zinn, Judith 
White, Stan Williams, Judy Willis, Dave Wil- 
son, Delbert Wilson, Jacqueline Wilson, Ken- 
dra Wincott, Mary Ann Winnett. 

Row 4: Sheila Winston, Barbara Wiseman, 
Shirley Wiseman, Barry Wishart, Ronald Wol- 
sey, Benjamin Wood, Jacqualine Wood, Orion 
Wood, Carolyn Woodruff, Lora Woods. 

Row 5: LaMont Woods, Donald Wooley, Bruce 
Woolstenhulme, Shauna Workman, B'ill 
Wright, Earlene Wright, James Wright, Kirk 
Wright, Owen Wright, Robert Young. 

Row 6: Sharon Young. 




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The freshmen and seniors staged a big class party 
in the east gymnasium of the fieldhouse which was 
enjoyed by all who attended. The decorations in- 
dicated a circus atmosphere. 



Far left: Jeanine Funk acted as secretary of the 
Freshman class. She is from San Gabriel, California. 
left: David Hoops from Oakland, California was 
Freshman class president. 





Row 1: Eileen Abel, Ralph Abercrombie, Mike 
Adair, Robin Adair, David Adams, Dixie Ad- 
ams, Jolene Adams, Linda Adams, Lonny 
Adams, Mignon Adams. 

Row 2: Roger Adams, Sarann Adams, Sharon 
Adams, Vicki Adams, David Adamson, Janet 
Adamson, Mike Ahlstrom, Margery Almond, 
John AIrd, Wayne Allgaier. 

Row 3: Winston Allred, Dorothy Allred, Chuck 
Allen, David Allen, Don Allen, Bonita Allen, 
Katherine Allen, Jessie Allphin, Judy Allred, 
Denise Alley. 

Row 4: Annalue Allred, Sandra Allen, McKay 
Allred, Diane Allen, Margo Allen, Don All- 
dredge, LaRae Albiston, Marva Alcorn, Max 
Alder, Merna Alder. 

Row 5: Barbara Alexander, Judy Alsop, John 
Alstrom, Patricia Altman, Susan Anderberg, 
Linda Andrus, Newt Andrus, Carolyn Ander- 
sen, Jerald Andersen, Vertis Andersen. 

Row 6: Ardith Anderson, Bonnie Anderson, 
Brenda Anderson, Cherie Anderson, Diane 
Anderson, Jackie Anderson, Jane Ellen An- 
derson, Jerry Anderson, John Anderson, La- 
Del Anderson. 

Row 7: Leon Anderson, Linda Lou Anderson, 
Lona Anderson, Louis Anderson, Dean Ander- 
son, Marva Anderson, Ralph Anderson, Re- 
becca Anderson, Rodger Anderson, James An- 
trobus. 

Row 8: Jorge Archlla, Maria Arends, Brent 
Armstrong, Annette Atkinson, Rockne Arneft, 
Ronald Arnett, Elizabeth Arnold, Donald 
Asay, Merrily Austin, Rick Ashmore. 



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Row 1: Alexandra Ashton, David Ashton, 
Lynne Asfwood, AAichele Armstrong, David 
Atkinson, Wayne Atkinson, Hilary Attvi^ooll, 
Judith Afwood, Karen Atwood, Connie Asay. 

Row 2: Ginger Averett, Douglas Avery, Caro- 
lyn Ayres, Linda Babb, Robert Babcock, Shon- 
nee Babcock, Elaine Bacon, Vicki Badham, 
Carolyn Baehm, Lynette Bagley. 

Row 3: Sue Bagley, Nancy Bagwell, Dennis 
Bahen, Lee Bahr, Barbara Bailey, Carroll Bai- 
ley, Glade Bailey, JanNiece Bailey, Loleta' 
Bailey, Nanette Bailey. 

Row 4: Peter Bailey, Margaret Baird, Ann 
Baker, Katherine Baker, Kathleen Baker, Anna 
Baldwin, Dorothy Baldwin, Elizabeth Bald- 
win, Maureen Bale, Orson Ball. 

Row 5: Kathleen Bailer, Lynda Balls, Bruce 
Bangerter, Brenda Banks, Jeanne Banks, Ed- 
mund Barker, Jeanne Barnard, Kathryn 
Barnes, Kathryn Barnes, Scott Barney. 

Row 6: Sue Ann Barney, Thelese Barnich, 
Carol Bartlett, Carol Barrett, Jan Barrett, Lin 
Barrows, Don Barton, Joan Barton, Noel Bar- 
ton, Nova Barton. 

Row 7: Glen Bascom, Enid Bassett, Reese 
Bastion, Karen Bateman, Dona Battistone, 
Blaine Bauer, Gary Baugh, Tonya Baum, Cline 
Baxter, Jack Baxter. 

Row 8: Dwayne Bayles, Keith Barrowman, 
Bart Bean, Betty Jo Beatty, Barbara Beck, 
Mary Beck, Dennis Beckstrand, Aran Beebe, 
Sibyl Beecher. 



Row 9: Lynn Behunin, Carol Beidelman, Dar- 
lene Belka, Patricia Belliston, David Belnap, 
Gerald Belnap, Jim Bennett, Marilyn Bennett, 
Sheldon Bennett, Leon Benson. 

Row 10: Scott Benson, Warren Berg, Shirley 
Berg, Robert Berger, Anne Bergeson, Karia 
Berrett, Marilyn Bertonceli, Sidney Beveridge, 
Launa Biberston, Kay Bickmore. 

Row 11: Georgia Biddulph, John Bierman, 
Judy Bierman, Ralph Bierman, Wilford Biggs, 
Patricia Billings, Margie Billingsley, Dan Bing- 
ham, Deana Bingham, Emmett Bingham. 

Row 12: Gordon Bingham, Ray Bingham, John 
BInkerd, Sharon Birrell, Judy Bishop, Steve 
Black, Susan Black, Eileen Blacker, LaRae 
Blacker. 

Row 13: Nancy Blackledge, Ken Blackmore, 
Sharon Blackmun, Donald Blackwelder, Caria 
Blake, Sylvia Blake, Jim Blan, Carolyn Blat- 
ter, John Blaylock, Sharon Blaylock. 





























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Row 1: Bonnie Bliss, Linda Blodgeft, Charles 
Blount, Elena Bodily, Kathryn Bodily, Sharon 
Bodily, Pat Bodley, Jan Bohi, Michael Bol- 
ingbroke, David Bollinger. 

Row 2: John Bonner, Lewis Boone, Glade 
Booth, Jack Booth, Alden Boren, Al Borg- 
quist, Rosemary Bosil, Eldon Bott, Janet Bott- 
ger, David Bowen. 

Row 3: David Bowers, Dorothy Bowers, EIna 
Bowcut, Tom Bowler, John Bowman, Dale 
Bowthorpe, Dennis Bowthorpe, Terry Boul- 
ter, Russell Boulton, Robin Bourke. 

Row 4: Fred Boyd, Glen Boyle, Kathy Boyd, 
Joyce Boyer, LeGrande Boyer, Glen Boyle, 
Jeaneen Boyle, Byron Bracken, Janice Brad- 
ford, Kent Bradford. 

Row 5: Robert Bradshaw, Verlin Bradshaw, 
Joan Braegger, Fred Bragg, Bruce Braithwaite, 
Marcia Brandon, Wally Brazzeal, Analee 
Breinholt, Sharon Brenton, Kathleen Brian. 

Row 6: Nancy Bridges, Julie Briggs, Virginia 
Briggs, Tom Brighton, Christina Brimhall, Dee 
Brimhall, Judith Brimhall, Merlene Britsch, 
Alene Broadhead, Ron Broce. 

Row 7: Roger Brocious, Dillard Broderick, 
Martin Brooks, Pat Brooks, Lana Brower, Al- 
bert Brown, Betty Brown, Delia Brown, Don- 
na Brown, Douglas Brown. 

Row 8: Elizabeth Brown, Gaylen Brown, In- 
grid Brown, Joy Brown, Linda Brown, Marilyn 
Brown, Murr Brown, Orpha Brown, Robert 
Brown, Ron Brown. 



Row 9: Sandra Brown, Shirley Brown, Janet 
Brunson, Karen Brunson, Mary Brunt, Jerold 
Bryan, Nina 3ryant, Linda Buckwalter, Mar- 
ilyn Buffetf, Robert Bullington. 

Row 10: Kenneth Bullock, Lee Bullock, Steve 
Bullock, Charles Bunker, David Bunker, Lee 
Bunnell, Grant Burbidge, Willard Burge, Garth 
Burgon, Victoria Burgon. 

Row 1 1 : Carol Burk, Ann Burnett, Sharon 
Burr, Michael Burrows, Carnes Burson, Aus- 
tin Burton, Elaine Burton, Ralph Burton, Den- 
nis Busch, Juanlta Busch. 

Row 12: Harold Bushman, Page Busken, Lloyd 
Bush, Jane Bushman, Lawrence Buss, George 
Bultex, Vicki Butler, Byron Butterworth, Ed- 
ward Buzzetti, Terrence Cady. 

Row 13: Bryce Calhoon, Carolyn Cain, Lor- 
raine Callaway, Charles Call, David Call, Lynn 
Call, Rodger Call, Sue Call, Toni Call, John 
Calvin. 



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FRESHMEN 



Row 1: Judith Cameron, John Cameron, Rod- 
erick Cameron, Steven Cameron, Aaron Camp- 
bell, Carolyn Campbell, Linda Campbell, Mar- 
cia Campbell, Dana Canatsey, David Candland. 

Row 2: Stuart Candland, Linda ' Cannon, 
Yvonne Cannon, Ann Caraway, Jo Ellen Car- 
dell, Lowell Card, Boyd Cardon, Carolyn 
Cardwell, Mary Cardy, Douglas Carlile. 

Row 3: Stephen Carlisle, Alan Carlson, Betty 
Carlson, Karen Carlson, Ronald Carlson, Marty 
Carlyle, Geraldine Carmen, Leslie Carpenter, 
Sandra Carpenter, Cathy Carr. 

Row 4: Frances Carr, Ann Carrigan, Kathryn 
Carroll, Wayne Carr, Cathie Carter, Lonnie 
Carter, Robert Carter, Sandra Carter, Steven 
Cask, David Cass. 

Row 5: Allen Cassell, George Casteleiro, Da- 
vid Castle, Linda Casto, Ferrell Catmull, Jeanie 
Cawood, Linda Cervantes, Doug Chamberlain, 
Bill Chandler, Mike Chang. 



Row 6: Bette Christensen, Janice Cheney, Pat 
Cheney, Carl Christensen, Stephen Cheung, 
Ardean Child, Darwin Christensen, JaLaine 
Childs, Ralph Childs, Ann Christensen. 

Row 7: Carol Checketts, Berit Christensen, Bob 
Christensen, Julie Chesley, Carolyn Christen- 
sen, Clark Christensen, Margaret Childers, 
Douglas Christensen, Douglas Christensen, 
Evelyn Christensen. 

Row 8: Iva Lou Christensen, Janice Christen- 
sen, Karen Christensen, Karen Christensen, 
Kathryn Christensen, Keith Christensen, Kirk 
Christensen, Linda Christensen, Ray Christen- 
sen, Robert Christensen. 

Row 9: Stephen Christensen, Irene Christian- 
sen, Beth Christofferson, Gary Christofferson, 
Robert Church, Carmen Clark, Connie Clark, 
Diane Clark, Dorthy Clark, Gladys Clark. 

Row 10: Jerold Clark, Jill Clark, Larry Clark, 
Lucille Clark, Stephen Clark, Stewart Clark, 
Virginia Clark, Michael Clausen, Mikki Claw- 
son, Rodney Clawson. 

Row 11: Pam Clayton, Linda Clements, Kaye 
Clements, Jim Clifford, Diane dinger, Dar- 
win Cluff, Dennis Clynick, George Cobabe, 
Marilyn Cochran, Sandy Coffel. 

Row 12: Karen Coleman, llene Collard, Nancy 
Collette, Curtis Collier, Cathie Collins, Ros- 
alind Collyer, Judy Colwell, Irene Compton, 
Philip Condie, Barbara Cone. 

Row 13: Elizabeth Conger, Wilson Conover, 
Chloe Conrad, Connie Constanfine, Linda Con- 
stantine, Aldon Cook, Connie Cook, Darrell 
Cook, Joyce Cook, Virinia Cooley. 










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Row 1: DeWayne Cooly, Virginia Cooley, 
Shelley Coombs, Brent Cooper, Carolyn Coo- 
per, Frank Cooper, Jerold Cooper, Joseph 
Cooper, Amelia Copa, Dwayne Copeland. 

Row 2: Robert Corbridge, Jene Cordell, Rob- 
ert Cordingley, Phyllis Cordon, Judy Core, 
Frank Corey, Eileen Cornia, Joanne Cottrell, 
Margaret Cousins, Beverly Cox, 

Row 3: Charlotte Cox, Glenda Cox, Lynn Cox, 
Carolyn Crandall, Larry Crandall, Whilden 
Crandall, DeeAnn Crane, Llona Crane, Lynda 
Crane, Jack Craner. 

Row 4: Leon Crowley, Carolyn Creer, Nancy 
Crellin, Shirley Crum, Larry Crismon, Carol 
Crockett, Gayle Cunningham, Jill Crockett, 
Margaret Curleyhead, Charlotte Curtis, 

Row 5: Mary Craner, Linda Crow, Thomas 
Crowther, Cap Cresap, Briant Cummens, Sam- 
uel Curtis, Don Crockett, Perry Cunningham, 
Kathryn Croft, Dennis Crossley. 



Row 6: Jean Curtis, Sandra Curtis, Shirley 
Cutler, Stanley Cutler, Janet Cutrer, Anna 
Vee Daines, Kathy Daines, Karen Dalby, 
Bernell Dalley, Lauren Dalzen. 

Row 7: Janice Daniels, Stephen Daniels, Ar- 
dis Danielson, JoAnn Danielson, Grace Dan- 
sie, Ned Darling, Kenlon Daubert, Lois Dav- 
idson, Daniel Davies, Alice Davis. 

Row 8: Diane Davis, Dianne Davis, Jerome 
Davis, Judith Davis, Karen Davis, Linda Davis, 
Lynda Davis, Marilyn Davis, Sandra Davis, 
Dennis Davidson. 

Row 9: Rebecca Day, Irene Dean, Andy Deck- 
er, Dena Jo DeHaan, Norman Dejong, Kay 
Delaney, Susan Demattea, Cordell Denna, De- 
Loy Dennis, Mary Dennis. 

Row 10: Sharon Dennis, Jeanne Denny, Geor- 
gia Denos, Clarence DePriest, John Des- 
champs, Carolyn Despain, David DeTemple, 
John deVries, Lucille Deyoung, Ann Dibble. 

Row 11: Silvia Dickey, Louise Dillman, Char- 
rene Dilmore, James Dills, Adelia Dix, Byron 
Dixon, Valerie Dixon, Ronna Dobbins, Nor- 
man Dobson, Tommy Dodd. 

Row 12: Nancy Dolle, John Dougall, James 
Douglas, John Douglas, Kerry Doyle, Orval 
Draney, Ha Dye, Dianne Dredge, Mavie Dye, 
Anne Duckworth. 

Row 13: Launa Duffin, Lois Duncan, Marilyn 
Dunkerley, Helen Dunkley, Bonnie Dunn, Lin- 
da Duren, James Draper, Jeff Dye, Louis 
Dredge, Donna Dyer. 



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Row 1: Judith Edens, Valerie Eastland, Doug 
Easton, Janet Eastwood, Susan Ebbert, Gary 
Eberhard, Lois Eckerman, Jim Eckhart, Peggy 
Eddington. 

Row 2: Karen Earl, Connie Edmiston, Christ 
Edwards, Karen Edwards, Ray Egan, Sharon 
Egan, Brent Egbert, James Eggett, Herbert 
Egoroff, Richard Ehlert. 

Row 3: Meg Eikenbery, Nancy Ekman, Nancy 
Elliott, Juna Ellsworth, Karen Ellsworth, Tho- 
mas Ellsworth, Linda Elmer, Margaret Elphick, 
Rebecca Ence, Carolyn Ensign. 

Row 4: Neata Ensminger, William Erickson, 
;Elaine Erekson, Kathleen Eriksson, John Ev- 
lans, Pat Evans, Susan Evans, Bonnie Evelyn, 
• Diane Evelyn, JoAnn Evans. 

iRow 5: Ruth Ann Everett, David Ewell, Sandra 
Eyring, Ross Farrer, Paula Faufata, Judith 

iFehlberg, David Feinauer, Robert Feland, Alice 
Felix, Reuben Ficklin. 

Row 6: Susan Field, Elaine Fietkau, Marcia 
Fife, Sharon Fife, Tom Fife, Bob Fitch, Deone 
Flake, Victor Finell, Ann Finlayson, Lester 
Flake. 

Row 7: Kathy Firmage, Anna Lee Fisher, James 
Fisher, Joset Fisher, Terry Fisher, Maren Fl- 
field, Shirley Fields, Glenna Flake, Cecelia 
Finley, Nena Flake. 

Row 8: Sandra Flood, Alan Folkman, Nancy 
Forbis, Marjorie Ford, Evadean Forsyth, Ron- 
na Forsyth, Lance Forsythe, Robin Forrest, 
Judy Foss. 



Row 9: Karen Fossum, Curon Forthey, Carlie 
Fotheringham, Jean Foutz, Karen Fowere, 
Geneva Fowler, Kenneth Fowler, Leeanne 
Fowler, Lola Fowike, Charles Fowkes. 

Row 10: Jim Fox, Mary Lee Frampton, Darold 
Francis, Ann Francom, Celia Frank, Jo Anne 
Franklin, William Franz, John Franzen, Stuart 
Frayne, Edward Frazier. 

Row 11: Jerry Frederickson, Duane Free, Ray 
Freeman, Francis Frehner, Rosalie Frehner, 
Benjamin Frenzel, Bill Fritz, Karen Fugal, 
Richard Fuhriman, Jeanine Funk. 

Row 12: Douglas Fackrell, Sherrie Fagg, Kent 
Fairchild, Janice Farley, Richard Farnsworth, 
Janice Farrell, Sandra Gagon, Kent Galbraith, 
Bruce Galbraith, David Gallacher. 

Row 13: Barbara Gano, Joanne Gano, Michael 
Garbett, Carlos Garcia, Renea Gardina, Doug- 
las Gardner, Homer Gardner, Joan Gardner, 
Karen Garner, Leslie Gardner. 





























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Row 1: Levier Gardner, Dana Gehring, Robert 
George, Ronald George, Betty Gerrard, Rich- 
ard Gibbs, Judy Gates, Farral Dee Gay, Gloria 
Ann Gay, Roxene Geddes. 

Row 2: Geraldine Gee, Marie Gardner, Mar- 
ilyn Gardner, Roxane Gardner, Douglas Gar- 
land, Janice Garner, Lee Gifford, Ann Gilbert, 
Demar Gilbert, Gordon Gilchrist. 

Row 3: Vede Gilchrist, Joseph Giles, Linda 
Lee Giles, Marilyn Giles, Daniel Gillespie, Pe- 
trea Gillespie, Doretta Gillins, Mary Ann Gil- 
more, Raymond Goad, Susan Goates. 

Row 4: David Goddard, Darlene Godnick, 
Julie Goff, Gretel Gold, Dean Goodrich, Toni 
Goodrich, Susan Goodsell, Gary Goold, Betsy 
Gordon, Lana Gorman. 

Row 5: Melinda Goss, Eugene Cover, Londa 

Gowans, Joan Glascock, Carleton Glassford, 
Ann Glauser, Betty Graber, Sandra Graff, C. 
Terry Graff, Brent Gramp. 

Row 6: John Granney, Diana Grant, Robert 
Grant, Marilyn Gray, Patricia Gray, Nim Gre- 
ding, Claudia Green, Joanne Green, Kenneth 
Green, Shirley Green. 

Row 7: Ronald Green, Douglas Greenwood, 
Evelyn Greenwood, John Greenwood, Gar- 
aid Gregory, Jenney Lee Grief, Betty Ray 
Griffin, Warren Griffin, Wilfred Griggs, Necia 
Grimmett. 

Row 8: Carole Grisham, Dave Gronfors, 
Marcia Guild, Regina Guinn, Clair Gubler, 
Robert Gullion, Neal Gunnarson, Larry Gun- 
ther, Cheryl Gustaveson, Kay Gustin. 



Row 9: Robert Guymon, Lani Haacke, Judy 
Lynn Hackney, Karen Hadfield, Carol Hadley, 
llene Hadley, Suzanne Hadley, Patricia Ha- 
fen, Toshiyuki Hagiwara, Connie Hale. 

Row 10: David Hale, Sally Hale, David Hales, 
Richard Hales, Robert Hales, Susan Hales, 
Billie Rae Hall, Marilyn Hall, Moana Hall, 
Elmo Halladay. 

Row II: Margie Halliday, Judy Hailing, Lyia 
Halterman, Margaret Halvorsen, Howard Ham- 
ilton, John Hamilton, Lynda Hamilton, Lynne 
Hamilton, Ruth Hamilton, Wayman Hamlin. 

Row 12: Susan Hammer, Boyd Hammond 
Cleora Hammond, Roy Hammond, Judith 
Hampshire, Gerri Hancock, James Handy, Nan- 
cy Handley, Carol Hanks, Susan Hanks. 

Row 13: Raija Hannelore, Carol Hansen, Car- 
olyn Hansen, Charles Hansen, Chereen Han- 
sen, David Hansen, Janell Hansen, Juanita 
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Row 1: Nels Hansen, Richard Hansen, Tom 
Hansen, Trudy Hansen, Veria Hansen, Billie 
Hanson, Reed Hanson, Rosalee Hanzsche, Di- 
ane Harding, Jay Harding. 

Row 2; Katherine Harding, Karen Harman, 
Chet Harmer, lla Rae Harmon, Barbara Har- 
rell, Frank Harris, Linda Harris, Suzanne Har- 
ris, Terry Harris, Bart Harrison. 

Row 3: Evan Harrison, Karen Harrison, Kaye 
Harrison, Marilyn Harrison, Jack Hart, Judithi 
Hart, Mary Hart, William Harley, Karen Has- 
lam. Brent Hasler. 

Row 4: Ray Hawkins Judy Hassell, Kaye 
Haws, William Hawkins, Carolyn Hatch, Fred 
Hatch, Robert Hatch, Sadie Hatton, Helen 
Hawkins, Jerry Hawkins. 

Row 5: Jim Hawkins, John Hawkins, Gary 
Hassell, Marcia Haws, Valerie Haws, Roland 
Haycock, David Hayes, Larry Hayes, Karen 
Haymond, Maryan Haymond. 



Row 6: Robert Haymond, Roger Haymond, 
Carolyn Hazel, Naomi Hazard, Richard Heaps, 
William Heaps, William Heaton, Andy Hede- 
'kin, Jeanette Heiner, James Hellar. 

Row 7: Francis Henderson, Janet Henderson, 
Sandy Henderson, Donna Hendricks, Douglas 
Hendricks, Florence Henrickson, Claire Hen- 
drlx, John Hendrix, Diane Henricksen, Evelyn 
Henrie. 

Row 8: Jerry Henry, Kenneth Henry, Dianne 
Herbert, Shirl Herget, James Herrick, Mellie 
Herring, Patricia Ann Herron, Charlotte Hep- 
worth, Doris Heselton, Lorein Hess. 

Row 9: Michael Hess, Suzanne Hess, Diane 
Hiatt, Pam Hiatt, Janet Hicken, Joe Hicken, 
Carolyn Hicks, Chizuko Hidaka, Joan Higbee, 
Vida Higgins. 

Row 10: Donald Hill, Doris Hill, Ferrell Hill, 
Floyd Hill, Kathleen Hill, Larry Hill, Patti 
Hillman, Donna Hilton, Carol Hind, Susanne 
Hinson. 

Row 11: Martha Hitch, Suzanne Hjorth, Wy- 
oma Hoagland, Kathleen Hobbs, David Hock- 
strasser, Sidney Hodges, Kay Hodgkinson, 
Janet Hoegh, Lyie Hoffacker, Roger Hogan. 

Row 12: Barbara Hoge, Marilee Holcomb, 
Penny Holcomb, Suzanne Holfert, Beatrice 
Holladay, Gerald Holladay, Glenna Holland, 
Edith Hollingshead, Karen Hollingshead, Linda 
Holm. 

Row 13: Robert Holman, Helen Holmes, John 
Holmes, Carol Holmquist, Barbara Holt, Jane 
Holt, Paige Holt, Elida Homer, Karen Hooper, 
David Hoopes. 

























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Row 1: Richard Hoover, Sharon Hopkins,! 
Joyce Home, Marilla Home, Merrill Home,! 
David Hoskisson, Constance Hostetter, Lynda | 
Houghton, Lynda Houser, LaDonna Houtz. 

Row 2: Bob Hovenden, David Howard, Goldie 
Howard, Ray Howard, Lucinda Howitt, Mary 
Howland, Cheryl Hubbard, Sandra Hubsmith, 
Dan Hucks, Judith Huff. 

Row 3: Kay Huffaker, Barbara Hughes, Pres- 
ton Hughes, Robert Hughes, Patsy Hullinger, 
Ken Hultman, Kenneth Humbert, Tim Humph- 
rey, Ronald Humphries, Betty Hunsaker. 

Row 4: Jan Hunskaer, Letty Hunsaker, Bar- 
bara Hunt, James Hunt, Ralph Hunt, Susan 
Hunt, Heather Hunter, Jon Hunter, Linda Hi/nt- 
zinger, Jannae Hurlbet. 

Row 5: Joyce Hurst, Judith Hutchings, Mari- 
anne Hutchings, Cherrill Hyatt, Dee Hyde, 
Holly Hyden, Jean Ingalls, Carolyn Inouye, 
Karen Isaacson, Mark Isaacson. 



Row 6: Bonnie Jackson, Lynda Iverson, Ed 
Ivey, George Ivory, Judith Jack, Maryland 
Jacklin, Diana Jackman, Ann Jackson, Ann 
Jackson, Joel Janetski. 

Row 7: Jocile Ison, Robert Jackson, Janet 
Jacob, Sherrill Jacob Jana Jacobs, Gardner 
Jacobsen, Gerald Jacobson, Floyd James, Ray- 
mond James, Bill Jackson. 

Row 8: Betty Jaroch, Charles Jarvis, Dixie 
Jarvis, Allen Jensen, Douglas Jensen, James 
Jensen, James R. Jensen, Joyce Jenkins, Kar- 
en Jensen, Karen Marie Jensen. 

Row 9: Bruce Jensen, Linda Jensen, Max 
Jensen, Myman Jensen, Reta Jensen, Richard 
Jensen, Sandra Jensen, Janet Jenkins, Lyn-, 
ette Jenkins, Linda Jeppsen. | 

Row 10: Marian Jeppson, Nancy Jeppsen, 
Brent Jewkes, Gordon Jex, Molly Johnanesen, 
Arthur Johansen, Terry Johansen, Jerry Jo- 
hanson. Art Johensen, Colleen Johnson. 

Row 11: Dennis Johns, Byron Johnson, Bar- 
bara Johnson, Eleanor Johnson, Elizabeth 
Johnson, Francis Johnson, Gayle Johnson, 
llene Johnson, LaLauna Johnson, Laura Lee 
Johnson. 

Row 12: Linda Kay Johnson, Lock Johnson, 
Mary Ann Johnson, Merrily Johnson, Orlene 
Johnson, Robert Johnson, Rosalie Johnson, 
Sylvia Johnson, Tamara Johnson, _ Thomas 
Johnson. 

Row 13: James Johnston, Janet Johnston, 
Judy Johnston, Karen Johnston, Francis John- 
stone, Joan Jolley, Joyce Jolley, Robert Jol- 
ley, Robert K. Jolley, Frank Jonas. 



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Row 1: Afton Jones, Alan Jones, Art Jones, 
Carol Ann Jones, Carole Ann Jones, Carolyn 
Jones, Chester Jones, Colleen Jones, Dawn 
Jones, Donna Jones. 

Row 2: Emma Lou Jones, Johnnie Jones, 

Kathleen Jones, Karen Jones, LaRein Jones, 

Marva Jones, Pat Jones, Robert Jones, Rowen 
Jones, Warren Jones. 

Row 3: Cristine Jons, Kenneth Jorgensen, 
Mary Alice Jorgenson, Joan Judd, John Judd, 
William Judd, James Kallin, Gary Kapp, Marie 
Kartchner, Sandra Lee Kay. 

Row 4: Reba Keel, Robert Keeler, Larry Kel- 
ler, Myrna Keller, Patricia Keller, Ronald Kel- 
ley, Dennis Kellogg, Brian Kelly, Jolynn Kelly 
Larry Kelly. 

Row 5: James Kendall, Lynn Kennard, Joe 
Kennelly, Kenneth Kyle, Christine Kent, Caro- 
lyn Kerby, Melvin Kessinger, Chuck Kewish, 
Carolyn Keysor, Sally Keyworfh. 

Row 6: Ali Khadjenassiri, Lunn Killpack, Karen 
Edwards, Gretchen Kirsch, Leslie Kimzey, Bob 
King, Pat Knaus, Renee King, Sara King, Jean 
Kirby. 

Row 7: Deanna Kirk, James Kirkham, Connie 
Kirkman, Patricia Kimball, Nancy Kissel, Ken 
Knapp, David King, LaVelle Knight, Paul 
Knoblauch, George Knop. 

Row 8: James Knopf, Patricia Knowlton, Karen 
Knudsen, Ronald Knudsen, York Knudsen, 
Judy Knudson, Phyllis Knudsen, Bill Knutson, 
Peggy Kofford, Gary Komm. 

Row 5: Kaisa Korpela, Geraldine Krebs, Jef- 
frey Kummenacher, Janet Kuder, MaRhae 
Kuno, Pat Kunz, Fred Kupferer, Noah Kurja, 
Leonard Lacy, Bayant Lake. 

Row 10: Renee Lake, Jerry Lamb, Keith 
Lamb, Carolann Lambert, Patricia Lane, Carl- 
ton Lane, Stephen Laney, John Lent, Carolyne 
Larson, Doug Larsen. 

Row II: Glen Larsen, Brent Larsen, Joan Lar- 
sen. Jon Larson, Joyce Larson, Keith Larson, 
Launa Larson, Marilyn Larsen, Preston Larson, 
Rita Larsen. 

Row 12: Sharey Larsen, Tom Larsen, Vern Lar- 
sen, Maria Lassen, Larry Latimer, Judith Law- 
rence, Julia Lawrence, Walter Layton, Arthur 
Learned, Janice Leavift. 

Row 13: Laura Leavitt, Marvin Leavitt, Sharon 
Leavitt, Carol LeBaron, Carole Lee, Coy Lee, 
Glenna Lee, Robert Lee, Terry Lee, Patricia 
Leese. 

































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Row 1: Robert Leishman, Sue Lemaster, Earl 
Lemmon, Mefs Lerwill, Elaine Le Sueur, Ron- 
ald Levendoski, Carol Lewellen, Caria Lewis, 
Carol Lewis, Christine Lewis. 

Row 2: Roger Lewis, Herman Liddle, Karen 
Liljenquisf, Vicky Lilienquist, Paula Lindberg. 
Nina Lindbloom, Diane Lindman, Dan Lindsey, 
Leo Linning, Elaine Lischak. 

Row 3: Paul List, Sharon Litchfield, John Lit- 
tle, Terrie Littlefield, Don Livingstone, Colin 
Llewellyn, Carol Lloyd, Dale Lloyd, Diane 
Lloyd, Max Lloyd. 

Row 4: Reed Lloyd, Adrian Long, Linda Long, 
Sharon Lockharf, Frank Lohdefinck, Sally Lo- 
max, David Lorensen, Larry Lortz, John Lott, 
Annette Loveless. 

Row 5: Kirk Lovenbury, Dave Lovett, Diane 
Low, Dan Lowe, Paul Ludwig, Gary Lueck, 
Ray Luce, Vicki Luekenga, Clyde Luke, Russell 
Lunceford. 



Row 6: Diane Lund, Mary Lou Lund, Paul Lund- 
berg, Donald Lundgren, Neva Lunnen, Ann- 
ette Lunt, Susanne Lunt, Tony Lybert, Joan 
Lyman, Kim Lyman. 

Row 7: Anna Rae Lynn, Cheryl! Lynn, Leonard 
Lynn, Nancy Lyon, Harry Lyons, Howard Ly- 
sager, Gerald Maass, James MacDonald, Jo 
Ellen Mack, Oonalee Mackay. 

Row 8: Donna Mackay, Jeanne Mackay, Joyce 
Mackay, Val MacMurray, Irene Madden, Joan 
Madden, Carolyn Madison, David Madsen, 
Karen Madsen, Kenneth Madsen. 

Row 9: Linda Madsen, Cula Magnusson, Gre- 
gory Mahary, Richard Mahony, Linda Makin, 
Christie Malin, John Mangan, Claudine Man- 
gum, Richard Mangum, Susan Mann. 

Row 10: Samir Manneh, Jay Manwaring, Ear- 
leen Marble, Jane March, Ramona Marchant, 
Robert Maready, Marietta Marquardt, Dale 
Marquis, Mary Marsh, James Marshall. 

Row 11: Charlotte Martin, Loren Martin, Nan- 
cy Martin, Kent Martineau, Clate Mask, Grant 
Mason, Linda Mason, Lynn Mason, Ronald 
Mason, Karen Matthews. 

Row 12: Ronald Matthews, Tagomoa Matua, 
Myrna Maughan, Elaine Maughan, Neil 
Maughan, Barbara Mauss, Sheila Mauss, Pat- 
ricia Maxson, Allen May, Clifford Mayfield. 

Row 13: Gayle Maze, Robbie McAdams, Alma 
Don McArthur, Scott McAllister, Bonnie McAl- 
lister, Leon McBride, Sharon Lynn McCann, 
Sheldon McClellan, Sharlene McClellan, Joyce 
McCiellan. 



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Row 1: Ron McCommon, Roberta McCulloch, 
Robert McCullough, Mary Jane McCune, Jack 
McEachern, Monna McEvers, Janet McFarren, 
David McFadden, Diana McFarland, Marilyn 
McGrath. 

Row 2: Marnice McGuire, Bob Mcintosh, Garry 
Mcintosh, James McKamey, Gordon McKen- 
ney, Phil McKnight, Edward McLaughlin, Dawn 
McLelland, Ann McLeod, Marylee McMillan. 

Row 3: Terry Lee McMillan, Sy&il McNeil, 
Gayle McPherson, Jean McRae, JoAnn McVey, 
William McWhorter, Michael Meachan, Frank 
Medgin, Emilu Meilstrup, Tom Mellenthin. 

Row 4: Charles Mellor, JoAnn Mellor, Law- 
rence Mellor, Brenda Melton, Mary Ann Mel- 
ton, Penelope Melton, Ross Memmott, Diana 
Mendoza, George Menoskey, Richard Mercell. 

Row 5: Ellen Mickelsen, Irene Merkley, Jeanne 
Merrell, Madeleine Merrell, Barbara Merrill, 
Paul Miles, Richard Merrill, Vicky Merrill, Dan 
Miller, Donna Miller. 



Row 6: James Miller, Joe Miller, John Miller, 
Karen Miller, Kathleen Miner, Marlene Miller, 
Richard Miller, Vincent Miller, Bonnie Mittle- 
man, Eileen Mitton. 

Row 7: Sandra Millet, Judy Milne, Georgia 
Milton, Joanne Milton, Darlene Minard, Mar- 
ilyn Miller, Karen Mish, Bruce Mitchell, La- 
mond Mills, Sherry Mills. 

Row 8: Janiel Moesser, Blake Moffat, Carl 
Mohlman, Carol Mohler, Bruce Molen, Dean 
Molen, Joyce Molinek, James Monroe, Sharon 
Monroe, Laurence Monson. 

Row 9: Marion Monson, Victoria Montgomery, 
Virginia Moody, Allen Dean Moon, Brad 
Moon, Judith Moon, Karen Moon, Maryetta 
Moon, Sheila Moon, Susan Mooney. 

Row 10: Jan Moore, Patricia Moore, Thomas 
Moore, Virginia Moore, Elizabeth Mooring, 
Robert Moran, Grant Morgan, Janice Morgan, 
John Morgan, Sandra Morgan. 

Row 11: Sharon Morgan, Gary Morley, Har- 
old Morrill, Venita Morrill, Anne Morrison, 
Linda Morrison, Betty Morris, Judith Morris, 
Robin Morris, Sheila Morris. 

Row 12: Bartley Mortensen, Judy Mortensen, 
Marilyn Mortenson, Paul Moser, Janet Mos- 
ley, Elinor Moss, Vaughn Moulton, Dale Mour- 
Itsen, Doris Mousley, Patricia Mueller. 

Row 13: John Ralph Mullen, Mary Jo Mullln- 
er, David Mulvihill, Dennis Murayama, Bruce 
Murdock, KarAnn Murdock, Sandra Murdock, 
Carol Ann Murphy, Donna Murray, Ken Mur- 
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Row 1: Yvonne Murray, John Mutch, Linda 
Myers, Marilyn Myers, Roger Myers, Richard 
Myers, Ronald Myers, Stephen Myers, Car- 
olyn Mercer, Jay Michaelson. 

Row 2: Jeanette Mickleson, Melody Midgley, 
Michele Milan, Paul Merrill, Arjay Wells Mil- 
ler, Josephine Millan, Jane Messenger, Alice 
Mickelson, Siavash Nadjmabadi, Harold Nak- 
ano. 

Row 3: Sonja Napper, Carolyn Nash, Alice 

Neal, Eileen Neal, Branson Neff, Nedra Neff, 

Frances Negler, Elaine Neilson, Nancy Neil- 
son, Bill Nelson. 

Row 4: Carol Nelson, Elaine Nelson, Franklin 
Nelson, Gary Nelson, JaNeal Nelson, Joe Nel- 
son, Kathleen Nelson, Leah Nelson, Linda 
Nelson, Michelle Nelson. 

Row S: Raymond Nelson, JoAnne Nerdin, 
Sherma Newbold, Cheryl Newman, Shawna 
Newman, John Newsom, Athlyn Newton, 
Katie Nibley, Gerry Nibley, Sandra Nickles. 



Row 6: Lorie Nicholes, Ann Nichols, Ivan Ni- 
chols, Chet Nicholson, Arlene Nielsen, Clyde 
Nielsen, Douglas Nielson, James Nielsen, El- 
len Nielson, Gennie Nielsen. 

Boyd Nielson, Linda Nielson, Marilyn Nielson, 
Winifred Nielsen, Jan Ninman, Andrew Nix- 
on, Donna Noble, Patricia Nordstrom, Ronald 
Norman, Elizabeth Norris. 

Row 8: Ralph Norris, Ron Norton, Ronald Not- 
tall, Eileene Nuttall, Carolyn Nunes, Robert 
Nunes, Gloria Nyland, Nancy Nyman, Jane 
Oakes, Michael O'Brien. 

Row 9: Velden O'Donnal, Daisy Lawana Og- 
born, Marian O'Halloran, Stephen Ohisep, Jay 
Oler, Diane Olson, Gaenell Olsen, James Ol- 
son, Jette Olsen, Lois Olsen. 

Row 10: Mary Ann Olson, Maryann Olson, 
Ross Olsen, Carlene Oman, Susan Ongeman, 
Roger Openshaw, Stephen Orchard, Craig 
Ord, Fred Orme, Connie Orr. 

Row 11: Dennis Orton, Jacqueline O'Starr, 
Sharon Owen, Wayne Owen, Dee Oyler, Linda 
Paaso, Sue Paaso, Rolaine Page, Vonda Pack- 
er, Brent Palmer. 

Row 12; David Palmer, Ethel Ann Palmer, 
James Palmer, James L. Palmer, Nona Palmer, 
Ruth Palmer, Kathryn Pancoast, Dorothy Par- 
amore, Kathy Parish, John Park. 

Row 13: Brent Parker, Gary Parker, Emily 
Ann Parker, Kathleen Parker, Ross Parker, 
Bonnie Lee Parkin, Marva Parkinson, Beverly 
Parks, Larry Parks, Lora Lee Parle. 



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'ow 1: Linda Pastor, Joseph Patterson, Sfe- 
hen Patterson, Susan Paugh, Jeffery Paulk, 
'ivian Paulsen, Allen Payne, Donald Payne, 
iay Payne, Mike Payne. 

ow 2: Louise Payne, Linda Pearce, Deanna 
eay, Phyllis Peay, Katherine Pearce, Dale 
eery, Bruce Pemman, Judith Pennock, Jean- 
ine Percy, Gary Parkins. 

ow 3: Richard Perkins, David Perrett, Glade 
ry, Stephen Perry, Kathleen Perona, Sam 
errins, Bruce Perry, Richard Persons, Blaine 
eterson, Camille Peterson. 

ow 4: Carol Peterson, Darwin Peterson, 
ne Peterson, Glen Peterson, Joy Peterson, 
man Peterson, Pat Peterson, Sally Peter- 

jn, Steven Petersen, Judy Pettingill. 

ow 5: Marilyn Pettit, Bruce Petty, Kay Pettey, 
es Pexton, Janice Pheeters, Marden K. 
ilps, Patricia Phippen, Roger Pickett, Linda 
iice, Patricia Pierce. 

ow 6: Glenn Pond, Thonnas Pierce, Earl Pil- 
q, Lena Poulton, Annette Pitcher, James 
(sen, Mary Ann Pohl, Georgia Poland, 
y Poll, Roger Porter. 

Dw 7: Sharion Pierce, Karen Porter, Bob 
ihier, Sherri Plaft, Jerald Pilling, Charles 
:e, DeLoy Pope, Alice Porter, Randa Por- 
Glennis Pollei. 

3w 8: Muzette Portie, Ronnie Powell, Rulon 
;er, Bonnie Powell, Charles Powell, Thom- 
^owell, John Pratt, Karen Prestwich, Linda 
e, Jeanette Prina. 



>w 9: Steven Prince, Keith Prior, Connie 
rchett, Rae Lynn Prows, Denney Pugmire, 
n Pugmire, John Pulsipher, Jessie Quadro, 
dren Quinton, Noel Quinton. 

3w 10: Karen Ragsdale, Bille Raine, Shari Ra- 
/, Frank Ramsey, Genevieve Ramsey, Al- 
i Randall, Helen Randall, Kathleen Rap- 
ve, David Rasmussen, Judy Rasmussen. 

3w 11: Judith Rasmussen, Lenora Rasmus- 
•n, Yvonne Ratliff, William Rawcliffe, Reed 
iwlings, Carole Rawson, Gary Ray, Linda 
5y, Jerianne Ray, Jan Reay. 

3w 12: Robert Reay, Jeanne Redd, Elanna 
■Jtfeldt, Charles Reed, Kenneth Reed, Marl- 
Reeder, Paul Reed, David Rees, Richard 
-s, JoAnne Reeve. 

:iw 13: Marilyn Reeves, Steven Reeve, Eliza- 
;th Reichert, Carol Reid, Gerri Reid, Jackie 
;id, Sandra Reimer, Ernest Reimschilssel, 
■on Reinhart, Ann Relsner. 



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Row 1: Hal Reynolds, James Reynolds, Kath- 
leen Reynolds, Noel Reynolds, Wayne Rey- 
nolds, Noel Rentz, Romanle Rex, Duane 
Rhoades, David Rich, Mignon Rich. 

Row 2: George Richards, Bevan Richardson, 
Edna Richardson, Charles Richardson, Karen 
Richardson, Karen L. Richardson, Marie Rich- 
ardson, Lois Richardson, Brent Richman, Bon- 
nie Ricks. 

Row 3: David Ricks, Dee Rider, Mary Riding, 
Judy Riggs, Howard Rytting, Ronald Riggs, 
Dianne Riley, Ronelda Riley, Verne Riley, 
Myrna Ries. 

Row 4: Harry Rinquest, Gay Ripley, Char! 
Rishton, Mirrian Robb, Max Robb, Gwen 
Robbins, Gwynne Roberts, Jean Roberts, Ka- 
thryn Robbins, Beatrice Roberts. 

Row 5: Carolyn Roberts, Marilyn Roberts, Paul 
Roberts, Sharon Roberts, Suzanne Roberts, 
James Robertson, Calvin Robinson, Douglas 
Robinson, John Robinson, Kae Robinson. 

Row 6: Lillian Robinson, Brian Robison, Val 
Robison, James Rodebush, Carol Roe, Carolyn 
Rogers, Carol Rogers, Mary K»y Rogers, Linda 
Rohback, Veria Rohner. 

Row 7: Linda Rokes, LaRae Rollins, Gayle 
Romney, Norma Jean Romney, Regina Rom- 
ney, Jacquelyn Rose, Mike Rose, Diane Rose, 
Malinda Rosenlund, Chester Roskelley. 

Row 8: Diane Roskelley, Christy Ross, Ronald 
Ross, Ronald Rossifer, Ramona Rofhermel, 
Norm Roundy, Sandra Marie Roundy, Barbara 
Jean Rowe, Delores Rowley, Utahna Royer. 



Row 9: Susan Roylance, Philip Ruiz, Ronald 
Rumfallo, Theresa Rush, Jerrold Rusk, Sandy 
Rushton, Frances Russell, Sid Russell, Sue Rus- 
sell, Ann Russon. 

Row 10: Pamela Rust, Roger Rydman, Cindy 
Sanders, Neil Sabin, Jon Sabourin, Sid Sag^ 
ers, Judy Sainsbury, Pat Saley, Kathy Saitar- 
elli, Omar Salti. 

Row 11: Joyce Sanders, Shirley Sanders, 
Sandy Sandlin, Judy Sannar, Peggy Sannar, 
Paul Sampson, Larry Sampson, Marsha Sapp, 
Anthony Sarver, Carolyn Saunders. 

Row 12: Carma Saunders, Celia Saunders, Dell 
Saunders, Louise Scarber, Grant Schaorrer, 
Marilyn Schaap, Sharon Schlamersdorf, Pat- 
ricia Schlappi, Sherry Shiegel, Ronald Schlerf. 

Row 13: Clem Schneider, Peter Schnyder, Mar- 
alyn Schmidt, Valorie Schoenfeld, Arthur 
Schomas, JaNeal Schow, David Schrader, Law- 
rence Schreiner, Mary Ann Schriever, Brian 
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Row 1: Constance Schultz, Margaret Schwartz, 
Oswald Schwemmer, Karen Scott, Kristin 
Scott, Louise Scott, Warren Scott, Vicki Seely, 
Lynn Seaman, Larry Seannons. 

Row 2: Sandra Seari, Sharon Sego, Martha 
Seiter, Richard Sellers, Lorenzo Semadeni, 
Darleen Senke, Sue Ellen Sergei, Sandra Sev- 
erns, James Shaleen, Everett Sharp. 

Row 3: Judith Sharp, Barbara Shaw, Don 
Shaw, Annette Shawcroft, Harvey Shumway, 
Myrtle Shumway, Terry Shellenberger, Mary 
Sherman, James Sherren, Burton Shields. 

Row 4: Ian Shields, LeRoy Shing, Kathleen 
Shipp, Deanna Shirley, Gerald Shrives, Jessie 
Shumway, LeRoy Shumway, Mary Lee Shum- 
way, Evalyn Shurtleff, Carole Shute. 

Row 5: Joan Sieber, Kathy Sieverts, John Sil- 
va, Duane Simmons, Kay Simmons, Barbara 
Simonds, Siragan Simonian, Sandra Simpson, 
Shirley Simpson, Beverly Singleton. 



Row 6: Eileen Singley, Joe Sintic, Becky Sjo- 
blom, Diane Skidmore, John Skousen, Pat 
Skousen, Sue Skousen, Evelyn Slaugh, Nancy 
Slaugh, Valerie Sly. 

Row 7: Ann Smith, Ann Smith, Barbara Smith, 
Barbara J. Smith, Beryl Kae Smith, Carolyn 
Smith, Coralee Smith, Paul Smith, David D. 
Smith, Harold B. Smith. 

Row 8: Harold H. Smith, Janet Smith, Janice 
M. Smith, JoAnn Smith, John E. Smith, Judith 
Smith, Judy Smith, Julia A. Smith, Kevan 
Smith, Linda Smith. 

Row 9: Lorraine Smith, Marilyn J. Smith, Mi- 
lan Smith, Percy Smith, Pete Smith, Raymond 
Smith, Richard B. Smith, Richard C. Smith, 
Ronald K. Smith, Samuel H. Smith. 

Row 10: Sandra J. Smith, Sharon Smith, Ste- 
ven Smith, Susan Smith, Sydney Smith, Syd- 
dney S. Smith, Dewey Smouse, Carolyn 
Snapp, Janet Snarr, Diane Snow. 

Row 11: Robert Snow, Tiffany Snow, Janice 
Soelb^g, Adelaide Sorensen, Kathleen Sor- 
ensen, Peggy Ann Sorensen, Tanya Sorensen, 
Gary Southwick, Terry Sowers, Frederic 
Spackman. 

Row 12: Donna Sparks, Stephen Speckert, Bar- 
bara Spencer, Larry Spendlove, Holly Spiker, 
Judy Springer, Karen Srackangast, James 
Stafford, Lynn Stanard, Mavbely Stander. 

Row 13: Helen Stange, Linda Stanger, Mel- 
enie Stanko, Julie Stansfield, Janet Stanton, 
Max Stanton, Joalyn Stapley, Wayne Stapley, 
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Row 1: Julie Starling, Marsha Startup, Hyde 
Stauffer, JoAnn St. Clair, Kent Steadman, Alice 
Steed, Gwen Steele, Janice Steele, Carol Stef- 
fensen, Linda Steimle. 

Row 2: Garry Stentzel, Donna Stephens, Kar- 
ol Stephens, Larry Stephenson, Shirley Ste- 
phenson, Ray Sterger, Morris Sterrett, Bertha 
Stevens, Janet Stevens, Robert Stevens. 

Row 3: Thomas Stevens, Thomas M. Stevens, 
Carol Stevenson, Joyce Stevenson, Kent Ste- 
venson, Darlene Steward, Allen Stewart, Car- 
ma Stewart, Don Stewart, Floyd Stewart. 

Row 4: Helen Stewart, Marilyn Stewart, 
Marsha Stewart, Allen Stiles, Leonard Still- 
man, Carolyn Stoddard, Kenneth Stoffers, 
Marilyn Stokes, Nancy Stone, Mark Stoner. 

Row 5: John Storheim, Nolan Stott, Natallie 
Strate, Becky Stringer, Gary Stott, Florie 
Strong, Maurine Strong, Pam Strong, Suzanne 
Strong, Dorothy Stromberg. 



Row 6: Pat Stuart, Earlene Stubbs, Charlene 
Suckling, Wayne Suggs, Rondo Sullivan, Julia 
Summerhays, Velma Summers, Calvin Sum- 
sion, Karen Sundrud, Marjorie Sundwall. 

Row 7: Jon Sunkees, Suzanne Swan, John 
Swapp, Audrey Swartwaut, Carl Swenson, 
Wayne Swenson, William Swift, Mayetta 
Swonger, Barry Sylvester, Lyndon Tagg. 

Row 8: Linda Taggart, Deanna Tahbo, Karen 
Talbot, Debra Talley, Mary Ann Tanner, Ro- 
berta Tanner, Carol Tarr, Joel Tate, David 
Taylor, Judy Taylor. 

Row 9: Julie Taylor, Kay Taylor, Kenneth Tay- 
lor, Maxine Taylor, Mark Taylor, Orval Tay- 
lor, Pat Taylor, Stephen Taylor, Tom Taylor, 
Janice Tebbs. 

Row 10: Luana Teel, Gerald Tenney, Vernon 
Teller, Loraine Tenney, Texie Tenney, Kaye 
Terry, Ray Terry, Gordon Tew, Lillian Tew, 
Carol Thatcher. 

Row 11: Terry Thatcher, Faye Thayn, Richard 
Thibodeau, Darryl Thomander, Peggy Tho- 
mander, Elizabeth Thomas, William Thomas, 
Sharon Thomas, Kay Thomas, Tim Thompsen. 

Row 12: Delain Thompsen, Carolyn Thompson, 
Dennis Thompson, Eula Thompson, Roger 
Thompson, Tim Thompson, Susan Thomson, 
Weldon Thomson, Patricia Thorne, Paul 
Thornley. 

Row 13: Karen Thorpe, Holly Thorstad, Bryce 
Thueson, Gary Thurman, Dean Tibbitts, Jo- 
anne Tidd, Jason Tilby, Steven Tingey, Norma 
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Row 1: David Tolman, Rodney Tolman, Phyl- 
lis Toothman, Gordon Topham, Murray Top- 
ham, Elisabeth Toronto, Linda Toronto, John 
Towery, Ray Tingstrom, Neal Tracy. 

Row 2: Chiem Tran, Michael Trent, Evangel- 
ine Tropper, Jupiter Tsang, George Tucker, 
Pat Tucker, Linda Tuckett, Conald Turley, La- 
von Turley, Kim Turley. 

Row 3: Ann Turner, Bob Turner, Kitty Tyler, 
Elizabeth Tysdal, Janice Tyler, Stewart Tuttle, 
Carolyn Tuttle, Georgianna Tussing, Sherry 
Turner, Diane Turner. 

Row 4: Martha Turner, Keith Ulumt, Ronald 
Upton, Pat Ursenback, Betty Utiey, Vicki 
Lynn Vacher, Roger Valentine, Betty Vance, 
Mark Vander, Sharon Vandergrift. 

Row 5: Michael Van Wert, Glen Varney, Doug- 
las Vierra, Jeannefte Vining, Rod Vogel, Ken- 
neth Voeller, Anita Voeltz, Bonita Von Ach- 
en, Carol Voorheis, Jaren Vowles. 

Row 6: Reed Wade, Alan Wagner, Tamera 
Wagner, Jane Wagstaff, Joan Wagstaff, Nor- 
ma Waisner, Dennis Waite, Jerald Waite, Gary 
Walburger, Carvel Walker. 

Row 7: David Walker, Marion Walker, Ron 
Walker, Karen Wall, Linda Wallace, Linda L. 
Wallace, Wanda Wallace, Arthur Walnum, 
Robert Walsh, Margaret Walton. 

Row 8: Ann Ward, Carol Ward, Dawna Ward, 
DeeAnn Ward, Janice Ward, Karen Ward, Ro- 
berta Ward, Trina Ward, Caroline Wardell, 
Jeanette Wardell. 



Row 9: Karen Wardell, Kenneth Warner, Judy 
Warnick, Revis Washburn, Marlin Waters, 
Karen Watson, Ann Watts, Janice Watts, 
Stephen Watts, Betty Weaver. 

Row 10: Emalou Webb, Sherry Webb, Linda 
Webster, Marjorie Weight, Sue Weimer, Bob- 
bie Weir, Brenda Welch, Michael Welch, Sha- 
ron Welch, Penny Welling. 

Row 11: David Wells, Kathleen Wells, Massi 
Wesenberg, Jeanine West, Allen Westenskow, 
Annita Weston, Leola Weston, Carol Westover, 
Robert Westover, Everett Wharton. 

Row 12: Everett Wharton, Barry Wheeler, Ju- 
dith Wheeler, Pam Wheeler, Joan Whetstone, 
Barbara Whimpey, Robert Whimpey, Robert 
Whitaker, Joan Whitby, Allen White. 

Row 13: Heather White, Judith White, Judith 
K. White, Marie White, Venita Whitehead, 
Connie Whitehouse, Judith Whites, Margaret 
Whitesides, Paul Whitesides, Paf Wick. 





























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FRESHMEN 



Row 1: Linda Wightman, Shari Wignall, Nyla 
Wilcock, Diane Wilcox, Railene Wilcox, Lee- 
anne Wilder, Alma Wiley, Melvin Wiley, 
Myrna Wilgar, Susan Wilkinson. 

Row 2: Richard Willey, Bonnie Williams, Car- 
oline Williams, Charlene Williams, Gerald 
Williams, Joanne Williams, John Williams, 
Joye Williams, Linda Williams, Lois Williams. 

Row 3: MarJean Williams, Michael Williams, 
Nancy Williams, Nelson Williams, Richard 
Williams, Algred Wilson, Bruce Wilson, Curtis 
Wilson, Gary Wilson, Herbert Wilson. 

Row 4: James Wilson, Lorraine Wilson, Mari- 
lynne Wilson, Ross Wilson, Carol Wimmer, 
Phyllis Winder, William Winder, Sharon Wing, 
Rich Winkel, Nicolette Winner. 

Row 5: Douglas Winscot, Bruce Winters, Mar- 
ilyn Winterton, Gary Witherspoon, Kenneth 
Witt, Colia Wittwer, Elizabeth Wood, Francis 
Wood, Harold Wood, Henry Wood. 

Row 6: Louise Wood, Elaine Wood, Richard 
Wood, Sharon Woodbury, Michael Woodward, 
Warner Woodworth, Jean Woolesack, Gene 
Wooley, Earl Woolley, Karen Woolley. 

Row 7: Stanley Workman, Gene Worthen, Pat 
Worthen, Karl Worlhlngton, Melvin Worton, 
Jenny Wotherspoon, Diana Wrathall, Judith 
Wride, Maureen Wride, Bill Wright. 

Row 8: Chad Wright, DeLora Wright, Julie 
Wright, Leiand Wright, Patricia Wright, Sid- 
ney Wright, Carol Wrigley, Mary Wuelfing, 
Linda Wursten, Richard Yaco. 



Row 9: Ivan Yance, Hugh Yancy, Lucille Yan- 
cey, Sharon Yancey, Carol Yates, Christina 
Yates, Carolyn Yeates, Marsha Yeager, Jeanne 
Yerke, Marjolein Ylst. 

Row 10: Connie Yose, Linda Young, Marvin 
Young, Richard Young, Lee Zaugg, Herman 
Zietlow, Richard Zimmerman, Sharon Zim- 
merman, DeeAnn Ziser, Lewis Zitzman. 

Row 11: Arthur Zobell, Albert Zylstra. 



408 



GENERAL INDEX 



A Cappella 76 

Activities 248 

Administration 24 

Administrative Council 2£ 

Agronomy 18! 

Air Science 180 

Alcyone 126 

Alpha Lambda Delta 175 

Alpha Phi Omega 159 

AMS 66 

AMS Men's Night 260 

Angel Flight 160 

Archon 172 

Arizona 182 

Arnold Air Society 184 

Art 112 

Athenian 128 

AWS 67 

Azyan Tzala 130 

Banyan Staff 204 
Baseball 244 
Basketball 230 



Belle of the Y Week 276 
Belle of the Y Royalty 278 
Bibler Bounce 283 
Blue Key 173 
Board of Trustees 26 
Brazilian 198 
Bricker 132 
Brigadier 1 34 

California Mission 188 
Cam! Los 1 36 
Chemical Engineers 186 
Christmas Concert 264 
Circle K 170 
Civil Engineers 187 
Cougarettes 1 83 
College of Biological and 

Agricultural Sciences 34 
College of Business 36 
College of Education 38 
College of Engineering 48 
College of Family Living 40 
College of Fine Arts 42 



College of Humanities 44 
College of Nursing 46 
College of Physical 

Education 50 
College of Religion 52 
Concert Band 86 

Daily Universe Staff 208 
Delta Phi 190 
Devofionals 108 
Dilectus Chi Sorores 138 
Drama 94 

Elections 288 
Electrical Engineers 186 
Engineering Week 280 
Executive Committees 69 
Executive Council 62 
Extension Division 58 
Fine Arts 72 
First Presidency 26 
Football 220 
Forums 106 



Freshmen 370 
G 

Gamma Phi Omicron 174 
General Administration 30 
General College 54 
Golf 239 
Graduates 298 
Graduate School 56 
Gymnastics 233 

Hello Week 253 
Homecoming 254 
Homecoming Royalty 256 
Home Economics 1 88 
Honorary Units 171 
Honor Council 68 
Honors Section 1 1 4 

Industrial Arts 189 
Intercollegiate Knights 162 
International Folk 

Dancers 194 
International Week 266 Opera 92 



Inlramurals 246 
IOC 122 

Journalism Photo 

Department 207 
Jr AMS 66 
Jr. Prom 290 
Jr AWS 67 
Juniors 331 

Kappa Debs 140 
KBYU 214 
Kia Ora 192 



Madrigals 78 
Marching Band 84 
Mechanical Engineers 1 f 

Nautilus of NLU 142 
New Mexico 193 
Nurses 193 



Opera Workshop 90 
OrchesJs 1 10 
Organizations 120 
Organization Week 260 
Orientation Week 251 
O. S, Trovata 144 

Pep Activities 218 
Phi Chi Theta 176 
Phi Eta Sigma 175 
Phi Tau 146 
Phofo Studio 215 
Preferred Men 263 
Press 215 
Program Bureau 201 

Registration 252 
7 ROTC Chorus 82 
Schola Canlorum 80 
Senate 64 
Service Units 158 
Seniors 304 
Shomrah Kiyel 196 



Sigma Delia Chi 198 
Social Units 125 
Songfest 284 
Sophomores 349 
Special Interest Units 179 
Sports 216 
Sportsmen 199 
Sportswomen 199 
Spur 164 

Studentbody President 61 
Student Directory 214 
Student Leadership 60 
Student Leadership 
Conference 250 
Student Leadership Confers/ 
Students 296 
Student Teaching 286 
Summer School 58 
Supreme Court 65 
Symphony Orchestra 88 

Tau Sigma 148 
Tennis 239 



Texas 200 
Thea Alexis 166 
Theta Alpha Phi 181 
Tokalon 150 
Track 240 

University Chorale 74 

Val Hyric 152 
Val Norn 154 
Viking 156 

White Key 178 

Winter Carnival 268 

Winter Carnival Royalty 270 

Women's Week 262 

World Events 273 

Wrestling 238 

Wye Magazine Staff 212 

Y Calcares 168 

Y Day 294 

Y Squares 189 



FACULTY INDEX 



Aamodt, Melvin 
Addy, George AA. 
Aider, Lorna C. 
Alder, Zane 
Allen, A. Lester 
Allen, Dell K- 
Allen, Mark K. 
Alley, Stephen L, 
Allman, Verl 
Allphin, Grace 
Allred, K. Chase 
Allred, Dorald M. 
Allred, Mildred E. 
Allred, Wallace 
Alvord, Ray W. 
Alward, Mignon H. 
Anderson, C, Dixon 
Andersen, H Verland 
Anderson, Alan 
Anderson, Floyd M. 
Anderson, Garron 
Anderson, Leiand E. 
Anderson, Richard L. 
Anderson, Vernon L. 
Andrus, Hyrum 
Andrus, J. Roman 
Apostol, Chris 
Argyle, Nina Mae 
Arnold, Frank H. 
Arnold, Marilyn 
Ashby, Nadine T. 
Ashton, Clarence D. 



Babcock, Hyrum J. 
Backman, Milton V. 
Bailey, Dale S. 
Bair, Carl 
Baird, J. Edwin 
Ballif, Ariel S. 
Ballou, Richard 
Bangerter, Blauer L, 
Bankhead, Reid E, 
Barker, Dee H, 
Barlow, Frances 
Barlow, Minnie 
Barneft, J, Dean 
Barnell, Owen L. 
Barnett, Vesta 
Barney, Vermon S. 
Barrett, Bruce A- 
Bennett, Erma 
Barrett, Ivan J. 
Barron, Howard H. 
Bartholomew, Davis 
Barton, Cliff S. 
Bateman, J. LaVar 
Bauer, Edith B. 
Baxter, Leiand K. 
Beck, D Elden 
Beck, Florence 
Beck. Jay V, 
Beckham, Raymond E. 
Beebe, Wayne M. 
Bell, R, DerMont 
Belnap, B. West 
Bendixsen, Grant C. 
Bennett, Archibald F. 
Bennion, George 
Bennion, Marion 
Benson, Lynn 
Bentley, Anthony I. 
Berry, June 
Berryessa, Max J. 
Best, Brian 
Befhers, Connie 
Bills, Seth H. 
Bissell, Howard J. 
Blackham, Angus U. 



Blair, Robert 
Blanch, Mae 
Blaylock, Marilyn 
Boman, Paul V. 
Bos, Jacob 
Bowles, Catherine 
Bradford, Reed H. 
Bradley, Adine 
Bradshaw, Merrill K. 
Brady, Marion 6. 
Brasher, Elaine 
Breinholt, Virginia 
Briick, L. Edna 
Brimhall. Willis H. 
Brilsch, Ralph A. 
Broadbent, H. Smith 
Brooks, Melvin R. 
Brown, Jack V. 
Brown, Thomas H. 
Bryan, Una 
Bryner, Loren C. 
Bryner, Maurine 
Budge, Harold S. 
Bullock, Kenneth C. 
Bunker, Robert E, 
Burnett, M. Dallas 
Burnside, Wesley M. 
Burr, Wesley R. 
Burrup, Percy E. 
Burton, Alma P. 
Burton, Wilford Wayne 
Bushman, Jess R. 
Bushman, Richard 
Buss, David 
Butler, Eliot A, 
Buttle, Faye 



Caine, Julia 
Calder, Glen H. 
Caiderwood, JoAnn 
Call. Boyd 
Callahan, Sterling C, 
Campbell, Eugene E. 
Campbell, Jennie 
Cannon, Clawson 
Cannon, C, Y,, Sr. 
Cannon, Kenneth L. 
Cannon, Mark 
Cardon, Louis B, 
Carlisle, June 
Chapman, Arthur O. 
Chapman, Bernice 
Chaslon, A. Norton 
Chalwin, Diane 
Cheney, Thomas E. 
Childs, Margaret P, 
Christensen, Dean C, 
Christensen, Earl M. 
Christensen, Edward L. 
Christensen, James J. 
Christensen, Lillian 
Christensen, P. A. 
Christensen, Ross T. 
Christiansen, John R, 
Chugg, Lee R. 
Blark, Bruce B. 
Clark, David L. 
Clark, Donald E. 
Clark, Harold Glen 
Clark, Hazel 
Clark, Herald R, 
Clark, J, Reuben 
Clark, James R. 
Clark, Warden J, 
Clark, Monroe H. 
Clark Welsford 
Clarke, A. John 
dinger, Morris M. 
Cloward, John R. 



Cluff, Coran 
Compton, Lane A. 
Cook, Alan 
Cook, Ivan 
Coombs, D'Monle 
Corbridge, Ivan L. 
Covey, Stephen R. 
Cox, Soren 
Craig, Marshall 
Crandall, Lars G. 
Crnkovic, John K. 
Croft, Evan M. 
Crowton, David M. 
Cundick, Robert M. 
Curtis Brandt 



Daines, Delva 
Daines, Robert H, 
Darais, Alex B. 
Darley, Erma 
Davidson, Bertha 
Davidson, Richard P. 
Davies, J, Kenneth 
Davis, Glenn C. 
Day, Lawrence 
Dean, C. Edwin 
Decker, Daniel 
Dees, Harry 
deJong, Gerrit, Jr. 
de Jong, Thelma 
DeMille, Stanford 
Dixon, Dwighl R. 
Dixon, Fred D. 
Dixon, Owen G. 
Dodd, Edgar 
Domgaard, Mignon 
Donaldson, David M. 
Done, Byron G. 
Doughty, Gladys 
Downing, Lester N. 
Doxey, Roy W. 
Doxey, Willard 
Drury, Marian 
Dudley, J Duane 
Duerden, Claude B. 
Duerden, Noel H, 
Duke, Keith E, 
Dunn, Norman 
Durfey, Norma A. 
Dye, Gerald J., Capt, 
Dyer, William G. 



Eagar, L. Brent 
Eastmond, E. John 
Eberhart, Ernest, Jr. 
Egbert, Robert L. 
Ellsworth, Richard G, 
Empey, LaMar T. 
Erickson, Maynard 
Evans, David L. 



Farnsworth, Dean B. 
Farnsworlh, Raymond 
Faux, Georgia 
Faux, M. Charles 
Fearnley, Lawrence 
Fearnley, Lenoro 
Fehlberg, Joan 
Ferguson, Hal 
Finlayson, Bliss 
Firmage, D, Allan 
Fitzroy, George W. 
Flandro, Royce P. 
Fletcher, Harvey, Jr. 
Fletcher, Harvey, Sr. 
Freed, David B. 
Fuerslner, Carl 



Fuhriman, Addie Jean 
Fuhriman, Dean K, 



Gagon, Glen S. 
Gamett, LaVell 
Gardiner, Alma A. 
Gardner, B. Delworth 
Gardner, Elisabeth 
Gardner, C. Norman 
Gardner, John H. 
Gassman, Byron 
Gates, Crawford 
Gee, Burton 
Geddes, David D. 
Geersten, O. Norman 
Gentry, Leiand H, 
Gibbons, Eileen 
Gibson, M. Carl 
Gibson, William J, 
Gill, Gucharan S. 
Gledhill, Isabelle 
Gledhill, Preston 
Goaies, J. Rex 
Golighlly, Max C. 
Goodman Harold 
Grass, Nan O. 
Grimmett, Karen 
Groesbeck, Lue S. 
Grow, Stewart L. 
Gubler, Clark J. 
Gubler, Donworth 
Gunn, Richard L. 
Guyman, Fred E. 
Gwilliam, Robert F. 

H 

Hafen, William J. 
Hafen, LeRoy R. 
Hales, Richard W. 
Hales, Wayne B, 
Hall, Geore M. 
Hall, H. Tracy 
Hallam, Merrill J. 
Halliday, John R. 
Hamblin, Lawson 
Hamomnd, May 
Hansen, Harold I. 
Hansen, Margaret 
Hansen, Omar 
Hansen, Ralph 
Hansen, Terrence 
Harding, Dale 
Hardy, Kenneth R. 
Harms, Callis 
Harris, James M. 
Harris, James R. 
Harris, John B. 
Harrison, B. F, 
Harston, Marlow R, 
Hart, Anna B. 
Hart, Charles J, 
Hart, Edward 
Hart, David K, 
Hartvigsen, Milton F, 
Hatton, LeOra 
Hawkins, Richard T. 
Hayward, C. Lynn 
Heaton, Alma 
Heaton, Israel C. 
Hellberg Ray W. 
Henson, Charles A. 
Henstrom, Richard H. 
Herde, Karl 
Heudier, Jean-Pierre 
Heuston, Dustin H. 
Hill, Douglas 
Hill, J. Armin 
Hill, Max W. 
Hilton, Ross C. 



Hintze, Lehi F. 
Hintze, R. Sears 
Hirst, Cyntha 
Hodson, Harry 
Holbrook, Leona 
Holbrook, Richard L. 
Holtkamp, C. J, 
Hone, Shirl 
Hoopes, Keith H. 
Horner, Ethel L. 
Horsley, A. Burt 
Horton, Frank 
Hoskisson, William A. 
Howe, Alice 
Howell, Robert J. 
Hoyf, Marsha 
Hyde, Darcus 
Hyde, Venice 
Hyer, Paul V. 
Hymas, Scott S, 



Jacobs, Briant S. 
Jacobson, Phyllis 
Jakeman, M. Wells 
Jenny, Martha 
Jensen, Christen 
Jensen, DeLamar 
Jensen, Don B, 
Jensen, Gloria 
Jensen, Lucile 
Jensen, Mary B. 
Jensen, Vern H. 
Jeppsen, Ernest C. 
Jex, J. Lorin 
Johansen, Franz M. 
Johnson, Eldred 
Johnson, Floyd N. 
Jonsson, Jens J. 
Jorgensen, Eleanor 



Karst, Edgar 
Keeler, J. J. 
Kimball, C, Rodney 
Kimball, Edwin R. 
King, Alma W. 
Kirkham, Francis 
Kitchen, Weldon 
Knell, Lee 
Knight, Hattie 
Kohler, Marion 
Krider, Mary A. 
Kugath, Donald A, 
Kunz, Jean T. 



Larson, A. Don 
Larson, Donald H. 
Langer, Valerie G. 
Larsen, Kenneth 
Larson, Clinton 
Larson, Gustive O. 
Larson, Jean 
Larson, Vernon 
Lauritzen, Kenneth A. 
Law, Reuben D. 
Laws, Derby 
Laycock, Harold R. 
Laycock( Ralph G. 
Layton, Robert L. 
Lee, Harold W. 
Lee, Marilyn 
Lewis, Stella 
Liddiard, Walter 
Liechty, Elizabeth Louise 
Lloyd, Wesley P. 



Long, Lester B. 
Lowe, Howard D. 
Ludlow, Daniel H. 

M 

Mabey, Melvin P. 
Madsen, Florence J. 
Madsen, Franklin 
Madsen, Harold S. 
Madsen, Truman G. 
Magleby, Francis R. 
Magleby, Ward H. 
Mangum, Garth 
Manookin, Robert P. 
Marshall, Milton 
Mason, James A. 
MasDey, Annette 
Mathew, C. C. 
Mathews, Arminta 
Mathews, Conan E. 
McAllister, J. W. 
McArlhur, Ross J. 
McConkie, Don 
McCulloch, Donald E 
McDonald, Keith 
McKay, Quinn G, 
McKinlay, Lynn A, 
McKinnon, Max E. 
McKnight, Kent H. 
McMurdie, Maughan W. 
McNamara, Delberl H, 
McNeil, Craig 
McPhie, Walter E, 
Mecham, Merlin J. 
Meibos, Richard L, 
Melville, Keith 
Memmolf, Evan J. 
Meservy, Keith 
Michaelis, Elaine 
Michie, Carol 
Midgley, Louis 
Mikkelsen, Seymore 
Miles, Frank G. 
Miller, Elva K. 
Miller, Martin L. 
Millett, Marion T. 
Miner, Gayle 
Mitchell, Albert O. 
Mitchell, Hal 
Mitchell, Olive K. 
Moe, Rudy 
Moffitt, J. C. 
Monsen, Elaine R. 
Monsen, Joseph 
Monson, Darrel J. 
Monson, Samuel 
Moore, Glen 
Morley, Alonzo J. 
Morrell, Jeannelfe 
Morris, Lawrence 
Morris, Sadie O. 
Morrison, Carl 
Morrow, Hans 
Moses, Darrell L. 
Murdock, Joseph R. 
Murphy, Joseph R. 

N 

Nash, William V. 
Nelson, Allen E. 
Nelson, Barbara 
Nelson, Dale L. 
Nelson, Elmer 
Nelson, Glen T. 
Nelson, H. Mark 
Nelson, K. LeRoi 
Nelson, Marvin 
Nibley, Hugh 
Nibley, Richard 
Nicholes, Henry J. 



Nicholes, Joseph K. 
Nickell, Afton V. 
Nielsen, Eve 
Nielsen, F. Kent 
Nielson, Frank 
Nielsen, Howard 
Nielsen, O. Wendle 
Noall, Sandra 
Nordgren, Quentin R. 
Nultail, Drayton 



Oakes, Keith R. 
Oaks, Clinton L. 
Olpin, J. Lloyd 
Olsen, Louise 
Olson, Ernest L, 
Orrock, Scott G. 
Osward, Shirlene 
Ott, J, Bevan 
Ovard, Glen F. 
Owens, Joseph 



Packer, Boyd K, 
Packer, Thane J. 
Pardoe, Kathryn B. 
Pardee, T. Earl 
Parker, Clyde A. 
Patch, Robert C, 
Paulson, Jean R. 
Payne, John W. 
Pearson, E. N. 
Pearson, Glenn L. 
Pehrson, Marie 
Perkins, Van L. 
Peterson, Dean A. 
Peterson, Evan 
Peterson, Hugh W. 
Peterson, Melvin J, 
Phillips, William Revell 
Pierce, Guy 
Pocock, Norma 
Polevoy, Leonid 
Poll, Richard D. 
Poison, Perry 
Porter, Blaine M. 
Porter, LeRoy 
Poller, Norma 
Poulos, Chris 
Poulson, Virginia 
Pralt, Parley M. 
Prescott, Ralph 



Rabow, Jerome 

Rasband, Mima 
Rasmussen, Ellis T. 
Ravslen, Lynn A, 
Read, Edwin A. 
Ream, Eleanor 
Reasor, Garland 
Reeder, Jesse W. 
Reeder, Ray 
Reimschiissel, E. F. 
Rich, Naoma 
Rich, Russel R, 
Richards, Grant S. 
Richards, Neal 
Richardson, Jed J. 
Ricks, Eldin 
Riddle, Chauncey C. 
Ridenhour, Ted 
Rigby. J, Keith 
Risenmay, Jay C, 
Robinson, Burton W. 
Robinson, Donald W. 
Robison, Clarence F, 
Rogers, R. Max 
Rollins, Carl W. 



Rollins, Ralph L. 
Romney, Antone K, 



Sagers, Glen 
Sagers, Richard D. 
Sandberg, Carma 
Sardoni, Lawrence 
Schmidt, Donald T. 
Shaw, Don D. 
Shaw, Merlin 
Sheffield, Loflis J. 
Shumway, Patricia 
Shumway, R. Phil 
Simmons, Elbert R. 
Simonsen, John M. 
Slater, Arthur D. 
Smart, Lyman 
Smith, Carol T. 
Smith, Grant B, 
Smith, Jay M,, Jr. 
Smith, Oliver R. 
Smith, Robert J. 
Smith, Ruth Slanlie 
Smith, Wilford E. 
Smithson, Rulon 
Smoot, Douglas L. 
Snell, William H. 
Snow, Richard L. 
Soffe, H. Wayne 
Sonderegger, Emory O. 
Sorensen, John L, 
Sovine, Helen D. 
Spears, Irene 
Spencer, G. Albert 
Sperry, Sidney B. 
Stanford, Stephen S. 
Starr, Donald I. 
Stephens, Larry 
Stevens, Floyd C. 
Stevensen, Helen T. 
Stevenson, J. Grant 
Stewart, Grace Nixon 
Stoddard, Sharon 
Storrs, Dee Leon 
Stott, Douglas 
Stringham, Ned 
Stutz, Howard C. 
Swensen, Albert D. 
Swenson, Dale 
Swensen, Merlynn 
Swensen, Russell B, 
Symons, Joseph N. 



Tsgg, Melvin S. 
Tanner, Helen 
Tanner, Orea 
Tanner, Vasco M. 
Tanner, Wilmer W. 
TarboK, Norman 
Tate, Charles 
Taylor, Barbara 
Taylor, Celestia 
Taylor, Charles 
Taylor, Ethelyn P. 
Taylor, H. Darrel 
Taylor, Hal L, 
Taylor, Lynn D. 
Taylor, Josephine 
Taylor, Weldon J, 
Terry, Elvis B. 
Thatcher, J. Kenneth 
Thomas, Robert 
Thomson, Irene 
Thomson, Lowell 
Thomson, Woodruff 
Thome, Lucile M. 
Tingey, Dale 
Tippelts, Frank M. 



Tolman .Wilford J, 
Trunnell, Jack 
Tuckett, Glen C. 
Turley, Donna Lee 
Turner, Glen H. 
Turner, Rodney 
Tyndall, Clarence 
Tyndall, Otella 
Tutlle, Elliott 
Tyler, S. Lyman 



Ulrich, Richard D. 
Ulley, Quentin E. 



Valentine, Lee B, 
Vance, Barbara 
Van Cott, John 
Van Fleet, Howard 
Vernon, Glenn M. 
Viehweg, Ross 
Vincent, Josie 

W 

Wakefield, Helen 
Wakefield, J. Homer 
Wakefield, Mary Lynn 
Walker, Rudger 
Wallace, Lulu 
Warner, Mont M, 
Waters, Max I. 
Waterstradi, Jean Anne 
Watkins, Arthur R. 
Walters, Ray 
Walts, Stanley H. 
Weaver, Ross 
Webb, Fred 
Weight, Newell 
Weinzinger, Kurt 
Welsh, Stanley L, 
Wengreen, Earl W. 
West, Dale 
Western, Harold 
White, David 
White, J. Morgan 
Whiteford, June 
Whitlock, LaBerta 
Wickes, Harry E. 
Wilcox, Ray T. 
Wilkes, Doran F. 
Wilkes, William L 
Wilkins, Ernest J. 
Williams, J. Kenneth 
Williams, Marietta 
Williams, Tess M. 
Willmore, Daniel E. 
Wilson, Annette 
Wilson, Arnold 
Wilson; M. Lyman 
Wilson, Warren B. 
Wilson, William Albert 
Wing, Grace 
Wing, John H. 
Winward, Edward L. 
Witbeck, Alan R. 
Wood, Glena D. 
Wood, Stephen L. 
Woodbury, Lael J. 
Woodbury, Richard C. 
Woodfield, Leon W. 
Woodward, Margaret 
Woodward, Ralph 
Worsley, Klea 



Yarn, David H„ Jr. 
Young, Hazel F. 
Young, Karl 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



Banyan Staff: Allan Frazier, Editor,- Penne 
Freebairn, Associate Editor,- Charlotte 
Britsch, Copy Edilor; Dick Brown, Art and 
Layout Editor; Royal Peterson, Business 
Manager; Gary Hopkinson, Photo Coordin- 
ator; Larry Latimer, Banyan Photo Cordin- 
ator; Larry Latimer, Banyan Photo Coordin- 
Wincotf, Organizations Editor; Jane De- 
graffenried, Administration Editor; Cheri 
Christofferson, and Judy Bubb, Fine Arts 
Editors; Marion Stewart, Activities Editor; 



John Meek, Classes Editor; Monique Calle- 
warf. Graduate Class; Vernon Teller, Sen- 
ior Class; Lucille Yancey, Junior Class; Judy 
Willis, Sophomore Class; Holly Thorstad, 
Freshman Class; Marian Dahl, Office Man- 
ager; Lugene Butler and Jane Olson, Ban- 
yan Ball; Judy Jack and Jeanne Mackay, 
Copy; Helen Hawkins, Layout; Tamara 
Wagner, Space Sales; Rosemary Ostler and 
Mary Ann Olson, Secretaries; Dennis Busch 
and Linda Wilkins, Index Editors; Bob Col- 



lins, Helio Gonzales and Mels Lerwell, Pho- 
tography; Sandy Skaar, Susan Blakemore 
and Carol Beckstead, Darkroom; Danny 
Moore, Sports Copy; Glenn Davis, Publica- 
tions Adviser; Alex Darias, Art Adviser, 
Sales: Delta Phi, Y Calcares, Spurs. 
Index: Lee Howard, Alcyone, Azyan Tzata, 
Cami Los, Dl Chi, Kappa Deb, Nautilus, O. 
S. Trovata, ToKalon, Val Norn. 
Pfeit; Frank Haymore, Peter Crnkovic, Del- 



var Pope, Jerry O'Farrell, Eugene Orton, 
Charles Pope, Dennis Sorenson, Ronda Jen- 
kins, Doris Jackson, Nelson Read and 
Harold Tolley- 

Pholo Studio: Don Pugmire, Jerry Rogers, 
Lucille Taylor and Kent Crandall. 

Special Photography: Wally Barrus and 
Bob Smith. 

To the students of Brigham Young 



University I wish to express my ap- 
preciation for the opportunity afforcJ- 
ed me to edit the 1961 Banyan. The 
experience has been invaluable and 
means much to me, To all the people 
who helped in any way to produce 
this book thank you very much. 

Sincerely, 

Banyan Editor '61 
Allan Frazier 



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BOROUGH CHARLES K 85*351 
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CLAYTON RAM CARflOL 
ClEGO GORDON DOYlE 
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CLEGG KFNNETM A 
CLEMENT SHARILVN 
CLEMENTS LOUIS J 
CLEMENTS Clyde RAT 
CLEMENTS DONALD W 
CLEMENTS LINDA RUTH 
CLEMENTS LiLl IAN KAYE 
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CLOWARP STANLEY JUNE 
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CLUFF KENNETH C 
CLUFF JAMfS MARVIN 
CLUFF ^'ICHAEL MYLES 
CLUFF STEPHEN MCEWAN 
CLUNE WILL!*^■ A 
CLYDE PON ROGER 
CLYMOPF POGFR LEF 
CLVNICK DONALD C 
CLVDE PATRICIA SCOTT 
CLYNICr CAROLE EDNA 
CLYNICK DENNIS LEF 
COBARE GEORr.F FDwa'?D 
CORPLFY FAE SMITH 
COCHRAN PAUL BRENT 
COCHRAN EUGENE ALLEN 
COCHRAN JUDITH RAE 
COCHRAN MARLYN RUTH 
COCKRFLL RONALD D 
COET^i^F ANNIE M 
rOFFEL SANDRA MAY 
COFFIN GARY REX 
COLFY PARRARA JEAN 
COLE JACnuFLiNF ANN 
fOLFMAN ANNA M\i)IE 
COLEMAN FLr'ON BURDETT 
rOLE^AN KARFN K 
COLEMAN MARGARET L 
COLEMAN NEIL KEITH 
COLEMAN MARLENE RAF 
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COLES RFX L-'PELL 
COLL'RD OELLA ILEnE 
COLLET EDGAR RALPH 
COLLFTTF NANCY LOU 
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COLLIER CUPTIS ROY 
COLL IFP DOUG 
COLLINGS JR WILLIAM B 
COLLINGS TUCKER 
CntLINS GARY M 
COLLINS CATHERINE L 
COLLINS CHARLES R 
COLLINf LAPPY F 
COLLINS WENOFLL KAY 
COLL INWOOD VERL G 
COLLYFR PONALD F 
COLLvFR ROSALIND F 
COL TON CHRISTY 
COLVIN JULIE 
rOLWfLL JUDITH IRENE 
fOLVINC RFNJAMIN J 
COMPS JIMlY KAY 
CDMPTON ANTHONY RRUCE 
fOMPTON GFORGF R 
COMSTnC*- GARY R 
COMPTON IRENE 
CONANT DEAN P 
CONANT WILLIAM L JR 

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COnr IF PHILIP GLENN 
CONE HARPARA ANN 
CONGER FLIZARETH 
CO^ILIN WILLIAM RART 
CON/ LEO H 
CONKLIN FDWARD DEAN 
CONNFRS CHPISTINF M 
CONNFPe JflMFS ALFRFD 
CONNOLLY FTvFRLFY J 
CONOvFt- WILSON L 
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rO^'PAD JFN^INGS G 
CCVPAD CHLOF JFAM 
CONPAD IIVAPT LEWI S 
CONRAD PAUL WILLAPD 
rONpOY CONSTANCE C 
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CONRAO PAUL MICHAEL 
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COOK CAROLE IREN= C 
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COOK OARRELL J 
COOK DOROTHY RENFF 
COOK ELI2ARFTH ANN 
COOK GuRNlF LEE 
COOK GRANT LEPOY 
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conic HOMER J 
COOK IVAN R 
COOK JERRY C 
COOK JAY H 
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COOK LARRY LYNN 
COOK PHILIP CHARLEr. 
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COOK Nir.FL FREDERICK 
COOK RONALD S 
CnnK SYLVIA KATHLEEN 
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COOL RUTH ELLEN 
CnOLFY FLDON D 
COOLEY VIRGINIA L 
COOMRS CATHFRINE N 
COf)MBS MONTE W 
COOMS PAVID MARVIN 
COPMRS CUPTIS 
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COOPER PONALD GEORGE 
COOPER FRANKLIN K JR 
COOPER DONA LEE 
COOPER JEANFTTE 
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CnnPFR LYLF J 
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C0P9ETT JAMES MICHAEL 
CORPETT ROBERT LFROY 
rORBPIDGE JUDY GAYNEL 
CORBRIDGE RORERT 
CORDINGLEY ROBERT 6 
CORDELL SHELBE JEAN 
CORONER RHEA 
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COREY MARSHA RAE 
CORDON PHYLLIS 
COREY JOSEPH FRANKLIN 
CORF JUOY MAE 
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353CORNAPY RICHARD W 
CORNETT JANICE 
CORNEL lUS MERRILL 
CORNIA EILEEN 
CORPUS DON RICARDO 
CORRY f'AUREEN 
CORRIGAN ANNE OLIVIA 
COSTA EDWARD ANTHONY 
rOTTFP JUNE H 
COTTLE V;ALTER R 
rOTTLF ALRERT JAY 

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COULSTON LANNY EUGENE 
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COUP PONALD LEE 
COUSINS JOHN ROBERT 
rOMSINS MAPr.ARET E 
COVEY JESSIE MAY 
COVEY RICHARD WAYNE 
COWAN BAPRADA 
COWAN ALEX PARK 
COWAN JOEL MAX 
COwART RORERT EUGENE 
COWLEY JOYCE 
COWLEY KENDALL F 
COWLEY LEWIS TED 
COWLEY JAMES MAURICE 
COWLEY R ICHARD GENE 
COWLEY VIOLA DGDEN 
COWLFY <:HIRL CURTIS 
COX BEVERLEY LEE 
COX CHARLFTTE 
COX CHARLOTTE ANNE 
COX DAVID FRANK 
COX GLENPA 
COX JOHN GORDON 
COX JACK ARNOLD 
COX KAREN JOETTE 
COX KAYE RRUCE 
COX LOUISE 
COX LYNN 
COX MARTHA B 
COX MELBA YVONNE 
COX PATRICIA GAIL 
COX NANCY JUANITA 
COX REGINA ANN 
COY DALE VERN 
CRAFT PAUL EDWARD 
CRAFT RONALD JACOB 
CPAGUN JAYNE ANN 
CRAGUN RONALD N 
C°AGUN PAUL RUMEL 
CRAIG HARRIS OLENE 
C9AIL BETTY IRENE 
CRAM DAVID SAMUEL 
rPAMFR CHARLES ALBERT 
CRAMPP RRENT 
CRANDALL BLISS LYNN 
CRANDALL CAROLE 
CRANDALL CAROLYN A 
CRANDALL GARY L 
r^ANDALL HARVEY L 
CRANDALL JOHN CHARLES 
(-RANDALL JOHN ALLEN 
CRANDALL LINDA GAYE 
CRANDALL LARRY J 
CRANDALL LINDA DIANNE 
CRANDALL WHILDEN 
CRANE ANN MARIE 
CRANE DEEANN MAY 
CRANE KATHLEEN 
CRANE LYNDA 
CRANE LLONA OENE 
TRANER CARL RRIGHAM 
CHANER MARY ETHEL 
CRANER JACK ELBERON 
CRANMER FRED FAUSETT 
CPANNFY ADELBERT G JR 
CRANNFY JOHN WlLLlAM 
CRAPO ROBERT OLSEN 
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CRAWFORD MALCOLM D 
CRAWFORD THELMA JEAN 
CRAWFORD SHARON B 
CREEP CAROLYN 
CREEP GORDON WALTER 
CREIGHTON DAVID M 
CRELLIN NANCY JANE 
CRENSHAW MILLS LAURIE 
CRESAP CHARLES RAY 
CRIODLE DONNA JEAN 
CPIDDLE CAROL JENSEN 
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CPISMON GERALD 
CRI5P TEFi FRANKLIN 
CniSMON LARRY HERMON 
CPITSFR f'PYAN KALMAR 
CRITCHFIELD GEORGE L 
CRNKOVIC PETER JOHN 
CROCKETT CAROL 
CROCKETT DONALD E 
CROCKETT KAY 
CROCKETT JILL 
CROCKETT JANET LEIGH 
CROCKETT ERNEST DAVID 
CROCKETT EARL OAVID 
CROCKETT THOMAS R 
CROFF ELLFN 
CROFT BRIAN ARNOLD 
CROFT EVELYN MAE 
CROFT EVELYN MAE 
CROFT KATHRYN 
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CROFT NOLA JOAN 
CROFTS BEVERLY ALICIA 
CROFTS DOROTHY IRENE 
CROFTS DOROTHY IRENE 
CROMPTON DAN WALTER 
CROOK ALICE WITT 
CROOK KATHLEEN 
CROOKS JOHN AMOS 
CROOKS JALAIR 
CROOKSTON DONNA PEARL 
CROPPER SYLVIA MAY 
CROSBY DAVID LEROY 
CROSBY HARRY ARTHUR 
CROSLAND IVAN ANTHONY 
CROSLANO EMMA HELENE 
CROSSLEY DENNIS J 
CROSS MARY KAYE 
CROUCH ARLEN BEN 
CROUCH JOHN WALDO 
CROW LINDA ARLENE 
CROWLEY CLAIRE AFTON 
CROWLEY CLARENCE CLAY 
CROWLEY ARIEL LEON 
CROWLEY LARRY OLSON 
CROWTHER ELOA JOAN 
CROWTHER JANETTE 
CROWTHER LOIS 
CROWTHER THOMAS HENRY 
CROWTON RICHARD C 
CROXTON CAROLYN 
CRUMB CHARLES KENNETH 
CHUM SHIRLEY KAYE 
CUMINGS JR CARL L 
CUMMENS 8RIANT EDWARD 
CUMMINGS LORENA ANN 
CUMMINS JR CHARLES C 
CUNDICK CAROL 
CUNDICK LYNN 
CUNNINGHAM JUDITH ANN 
CUNNINGHAM KADY GAYLE 
CUNNINGHAM TINA ROSE 
CUPP GARY MONROE 
CUNNINGHAM PERRY H 
CUNNINGHAME KAYE 
CURTIN HOWARD ROY 
CURLEYHEAD MARGARET S 
CURTIS CHARLES G 
CURTIS CHARLOTTE 
CURTIS DIXIE 
CURTIS DOROTHY W 
CURTIS HENRY 
CURTIS JEAN 
CURTIS JENEAL 
CURTIS KAREN 
CURTIS KATHLEEN 
CURTIS KELLY J 
CURTIS MARILYN LEE 
CURTIS ROBERT THOMAS 
CURTIS SANDRA LYNNE 
CURTIS SAMUEL FREORIC 
CUSICK SHARON KAYE 
CUSHING JAMES FRANCIS 
CUSHING RENETA ARLENE 
CUTLER DONNA LEE 
CUTLER EARL REX 
CUTLER ROBERT HAYWOOD 
CUTLEY SHIRLEY 
CUTLER STANLEY JOHN 
CUTLER SHIRLEY MARIE 
CUTRER JANET 



DAHL DENNIS STRATTON 
OAHL CAROLYN 
OAHL JUDITH 
DAHLBFRG GORDON GENE 
DAHL JAMES GARDNER 
OAHL MARIAN 
DAHL SHELDON 
OAHL SUE ANN 
OAHLMAN GERALD L 
OAHLIN BARBARA LARSON 
DAHNEKE BARTON EUGENE 
DAILEY DIANA DEE 
OAINES ANNA VEE 
DAINES KATHLEEN L 
DAINES CLAIR WESTON 
DAINES DAVID EUGENE 
DAIN GERALD VINCENT 
DAINES LARRY MARC 
DALRY KAREN ANN 
DALLEY CAROLYN 
DALLEY BERNELL KAY 
DALLEY CARLYLE M 
DALLEY JEAN 
DALLEY MARVIN HENRY 
DALLEY NELSON KENT 
DALLEY MERILYN KAY 
DALLEY STANLEY GARY 
DALTON CAROLYN 
OALTON JAN WHITNEY 
DALTON KATHRYN L 
OALTON MYRLE SMITH 
DALZEN LAUREN DEAN 
DANE JERRY 
DANA CAROL LYNNE 
DANA JUDITH VIVIAN 
DANA JOSEPH KENT 
DANCE CELIA FAYE 
DANGERFIELO STEPHEN J 
DANIELS ARTHUR G 
DANIELS DENNIS LLOYD 
DANIELS MERLIN DEAN 
DANIELS MARY JANICE 
DANIELS STEPHEN D 
DANIELSON ZOE K 
DANIELSON ARDIS E 
DANIELSON JO ANN 
DAN5IE CLINTON OEVONE 
DANZIG PETER ANDREW 
OANSIE JOYCE 
OANSIE GRACE LAURA 
DARKE JOHN FRANCIS 
DARLAND GLORIA F 
DARLING RICHARD WEST 
DARLING NEDDIE LYNN 
OARRINGTON JOHN REO 
OARROUGH GEORGE NAY 
OASTRUP BERNARD C 
DASTRUP LANIS 
OASTRUP CAROLYN 
OAUBERT KENLON EUGENE 
DAVENPORT BYRON F 
DAVENPORT GERALDINE 
DAVENPORT HENRY W 
DAVENPORT KENT J 
DAVENPORT ROBERT S 



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DAVIDSON BETTY LOUISE 
DAVIDSON DAVID AMASA 
DAVIDSON BONNY MARIE 
DAVIDSON ELMARY 
DAVIDSON LOIS ANN 
DAVIDSON RICHARD B 
DAVIDSON TIM 
DAVIDSON THEODORE E 
DAVIES BRENT 
DAVIES DAVID B 
OAVlES DANIEL WILLARO 
DAVIES OAVID LEROI 
DAVIES FRANKLIN DAVID 
DAVIES GRANT WILLIAM 
OAVIES THOMAS JOSEPH 
DAVIES VENETA 
DAVIES THOMAS GLEN 
DAVIS ALTON LLOYD 
DAVIS ALICE LOUISE 
DAVIS BETH DE ANN 
DAVIS BETH 
DAVIS BETTY BERNICE 
DAVIS BRENT ATKINSON 
DAVIS BLANCHE ELAINE 
DAVIS CHARLES FLOYD 
DAVIS DAVID CLARK 
DAVIS DIANE LOUISE 
DAVIS OIANNE 
DAVIS ELMER HAROLD JR 
OAVIS FRANK HARVEY 
DAVIS GERALD ENGLAND 
DAVIS HELEN L J 
DAVIS JACK LYNN 
OAVIS JEROME LEE 
DAVIS J BRENT 
DAVIS JO-iN LELAND 
DAVIS JUDITH MAE 
DAVIS KATHRYN MARY 
DAVIS KAREN JUNE 
OAVIS KENT SHELLEY 
DAVIS LAUREL LEE 
DAVIS LINDA GALE 
OAVIS LINDA CHRISTINE 
OAVIS LYNDA LEE 
DAVIS MARTIN SCCTT 
DARIS MARILYN JANE 
DAVIS MARY KATHERINE 
OAVIS RICHARD W JR 
OAVIS RICHARD CHARLES 
OAVIS RICHARD LEROY 
OAVIS RORERT 
OAVIS ROBERT D 
OAVIS SUSAN PATRICIA 
DAVIS SHARON ANN 
OAVIS SANDRA ANN 
DAVIS SAMUEL KAYE 
DAVIS TERENCE AVARD 
DAVISON DENNIS ALAN 
OAWSON DAVID HAROLD 
DAY ANDREW J 111 
DAY CAROL ANNE 
OAT OENNIS N 
DAY LAWRENCE E 
DAY KENT ROUNDY 
DAY LAVELLE 
DAY REBECCA 
DAY SHERMAN ROSS 
DAYLEY BOBBY GENE 
DAYNES BYRON WILFORD 
DAYNES BILL 
DAYTON EVERETT L 
DEAN DONNA KAyE 

dean dorothy 
dean irene leona 
dean judy charlotte 
oean mildred g 
dean michael 
oean mike 
oean william p 
oearden blaine beard 
oeaver cameron keith 
oeby winnifred vera 
oecastro odair silva 
decker andrew oean 
decker carolyn mae 
decker elizabeth e 
decker james hardy 
decker linda 
decker rosalind r 
decker victor ernest 
decker wayne reeves 
decker william clair 
deem marilyn 
defriez stanley c 
oegraffenried david k 
degraffenrieo irma j 
oehart eliza charyl a 
dehaan dena jo 
dehart guy kim 
oe hayos b freoerico 

DEJONG NORMAN 
DELANEY KAY ELLEN 
OELANEY ROSEMARY 
OELANEY S"ARON ELVA 
OELANGE ROBERT j 
OELA CALSADA HAP-^AEL 
DELANO RICHARD LcROV 
OELNICK STEVEN EDWARD 
OEMATTEA SUSAN LOUISE 
OEMER CLAIR DELOY 
DEMILL GERALD WAYNE 
OEMORDAUNT JAMES S 
DENDUREnT HAROLO 
OENISON DEANNA 
DENMAN RICHARD E 
DENNETT NETTIE HARDY 
DENNA CORDELL LAMAR 
DENNETT KAREN ILEEN 
DENNERY BART W 
DENNIS DE LOY LAMAR 
DENNIS JOHN RAYMOND 
DENNY JEANNE ANN 
DENNIS SHARON MAPIE 
DENNIS MARY 
DENOS GEORGIA 
DENNISON LARRY LEE 
DENT GERALD JESSEN 
DEPRIEST ROXYE LEE 
OEPRIEST CLARENCE H 
OE PALMA JOHN JOSEPH 
OERMATES CHARLES 
DEROUEN LYNDA ANN 
DERRY FRANCES DIANE 
DERR KENNETH THOMAS 
OERR CLYDE BROOKLYN 
OESCHAMPS JOHN T 
DESCHAMPS DIANE K 
OESCHAMPS LYLE M 



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DESCHAMPS MARY KAYE 
DESPAIN DAVID M 
DESPAIN CAROLYN KAY 
DESPAIN CAROLYN FERN 
DESPAIN KELLER DALE 
DESPAIN PHI LIP CLIVE 
DESPAIN ROCNEY HANS 
DESPAIN THOMAS BOYO 
DETEMPLE DAVID JAMES 
DE TOMASO ERNEST P 
OETOMASI VIVIAN MAE 
OETTON RICHARD LEE 
OEVENISH CONSTANCE C 
OEVERAUX LEW R 
DEVRIES JOHN 
OEVRIES LEONORA 
OEWITT MILDRED LYNNE 
DEWITT DOROTHY LOUISE 
OEWITT GAYLE LORENE 
DEWITT GLENOA MAE 
DEY JR JOHN COYLE 
DEYOUNG LUCRE 
DIAL RAY H 
DIBBLE ANN 
OIbb DIANNE 
DICKERSON KAY J 
OICK GERALD KENT 
DICKERSON BRENOA M 
DICK JOHN RAYMOND 
DICKEY SYLVIA IRENE 
DICKEY RALPH L 
DICKSON LLOYD BRENT 
DICKSON JAN 
DIDEHICKSEN MARGIE 
DIEHL CURTIS CLIFFORD 
DIKe LAYNE CLUFF 
OILLE LELANO JOHN 
DILMORE CLAHRIE C 
DILLMAN ESTHER ELAINE 
DILLS JAMES BRENT M 
DILLMAN MERRIE LOUISE 
DILWO^TH LINOA LOUISE 
^IMITT KENNETH N 
DIMICK LARRY DENNIS 
DINE FRANK EOWARD 111 
OINWOOOEY JAMES C 
DISSPAIN OAVID DALE 
DIRKMAAT LILY ELIZA 
DITTMAN DAVID LYNN 
OITT DIANNE 
DIX AOELIA ANN 
DIXON BYRON PAUL 
DIXON DENNIS 8 
DIXON GLEN ODELL 
OIXON HARRIET H 
DIXON HARDEN GUY 
OIXON NOEL GOULD 
DIXON RICHARD EOWARD 
DIXON RICHARD CHIPMAN 
DIXON ROSE MARIE 
OIXON VALERIE LYNN 
DOBBINS RONNA LEE 
DOBSON NORMAN ROGER 
DOCKSTAOER JAMES D 
OOCKSTADER BRUCE J 
DODD TOMMY 
OOFRR FREDSICK S 
DOHRMAN KAREN ANN 
DOLLE NANCY JEANNE 
DOLINA^ SICHARD A 
DOMAN EARL ARTHUR 
DOMAN VERL THOMAS 
OONAT JAMES GERALD 
DONALDSON ARLENE V 
DONAHUE TERPANCE 
DONE JUDI TH ANN 
DONE NORMA mauDELL 
DONEY dee WIRTHLIN 
DORIUS DALE M 
DORIUS DAVID 
DORNY CARL NELSON 
DORNY OEANNE EMKIE 
DOTY HAROLO RAY 
DOTY ANN MA^IE 
DOTY RONALD EVAN 
OOUGAL PHYLLIS ANN 
DOUGALL JOHN BERNARD 
DOUGLAS JOHN P 
DOUGLAS JEAN 
DOUGLAS JAMES MARTIN 
DOUGLAS RICHARD FLOYD 
DOUGLAS OOTTI 
DOUGLASS RANDALL V 
DOWOLE FRANCES ANN 
DOWNEY KAREN ALICE 
DOXEY CAROLYN LEAH 
DOXEY GRAHAM WATSON 
DOXEY ROGER WATSON 
DOYLE DENNIS OLNEY 
DOYLE CARYL FAYE 
DOYLE KERRT 
DRABEN ROBERT WALTER 
DRAGER ANNETTE LOUISE 
DRAKE BEVERLEY ANN 
DRAKE CAROLYN LEE 
ORANEY ORVAL ASTLE 
DRAPER ARTHUR ZEMIRA 
DRAPER JAMES TERRY 
DRAPER TED C 
DRAPER SUSAN ARMET 
DRAYTON PAULA 
DRECHSEL LA RUE 
DREDGE RICHARD ALAN 
DREDGE SHELRA marIlEE 
DREDGE DIANNE 
DREDGE JOHN n 
OREGER DOROTHY K 
DREDGE LOUIS S 
DREDGE OAVID RAY 
DREDGE WILFORD LYNN 
DREDGE JOHN 
ORENNAN GERALD 8 
DRIGGS DEANNA JUNE 
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gowans londa 
gowers cecil mellree 
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GREENHALGH JINEAN 
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GREENWOOD JOHN LEROY 
GREENWOOD J REIO 
GREENWOOD KAY FRANCES 
GREENWOOD SHERMAN D 
GREENWOOD SHIRLEY ANN 
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GREGORY GARALD REX 
GREGSON BARBARA JEAN 
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GRIFFITH HAL W 
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GRIFFITHS JAMES REX 
GRIFFITHS THOMAS A 
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GRIGGS HELEN KAREN 
GRIGGS ROBERT JAMES 
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GUILLOT DAVID G 
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GURR NEDRA LYNELL S 
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HAACKE LANl PAUL 
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HADOEN LEONARD OAHLE 
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HAOFIELD CARL WILLIAM 
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HADFIELD KAREN ELDA 
HADFIELD KOVEN LAMONT 
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HAIGHT NANCY LEE 

HAIGHT MARGARET DIANE 155 

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HALDAR AMRITA LAL 

HALDEMAN DAVID LEE 

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HALE CONNIE 

HALE LYNN GRANT 

HALE JOHN DEWEY 

HALE NORMA LYNN 

HALE SALLY LEE 

HALES DON GERALD 

HALES DAVID ALBERT 

HALES GLADE COWAN 

HALES JUDITH ANN 

HALES J LAVAR 

HALES MAX D 

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HALES PARLEY BOYD 

HALES RICHARD HAROLD 

HALES PRYCE N 

HALES RONALD WILLIAM 

HALES ROBERT LYNN 

HALES RONALD BURN? 

HALES SUSAN 

HALES SALLEY 

HALFACRE EDWARD L 

HALGREN TERRI ANN 

HALFACRE BONNIE GAIL 

HALIMAN JEANETTE 

HALIADAY VIRGINIA 

HALL ANDREAS F 

HALL BILLIE RAE 

MALL CARL WATSON 

HALL CONNIE MARIE 

HALL DARRELL GRANT 

HALL DOUGLAS KENT 

HALL EUGENE H 

HALL GEORGE MERRILL 

HALL GAYLE ANN 

HALL HENRY LEE 

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HALL JEROLD MJlFORD 

HALL JERRY ROY 

HALL JOHN RICHARD 

HALL JOHN F 

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HALL MARCIA MARIE 

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HALL REBECCA 

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HALLADAY ELMO L 

HALLADAY DONALD S 

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HALLING JUDY E 75 

HALLMAN JEANETTE N 

MALLS FREDRICK 

HALSTEAD RONALD L 

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HALTERMAN LYLA JOY 

HALTER JUDIE FRANCIS 

HALVORSEN JOAN ELNA 

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HAMILTON CAROLLYN L 

HAMILTON ARTHUR W 

HAMILTON ANNIE BELLE 

HAMILTON JAY CHARLES 

HAMILTON LARRY GENE 

HAMILTON JOHN DENNIS 

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HAMILTON LYNDA ANN 

HAMILTON HOWARD MACK 

HAMILTON JOHN 

HAMILTON SYLVIA LYNNE 

HAMILTON PHYLLIS M D 

HAMILTON RUTH ANN 

HAMILTON THOMAS E 

HAMILTON WILLIAM E 

HAMLIN WAYMAN ARTHUR 

HAMMER RODERICK M 

HAMMER A C 

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HAMM BARBARA DALE 

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HAMMER SHARON LEE 

HAMMOND DON LEE 

HAMMOND BOYD LEWIS 

HAMMOND CLEORA DEON 

HAMMOND KAREN JOYCE 

HAMMOND MARIAN KAY 

HAMMOND SUSAN NOREN 

HAMMOND ROBERT B 

HAMMOND ROY ALAN 

HAMPTON JAMES ROBERT 

HAMPSHIRE JUDITH LELA 363 

HANCHETT THANN MYRON 

HANCOCK BRENT P 

HANCOCK BOYD WAYNE 

HANCOCK IRA BOYD 

HANCOCK DONALD FRANK 

HANCOCK HELEN 

HANCOCK GERALDINE 

HANCOCK JAREN A 

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HANDLEY WILLIAM B 

HANDLEY NANCY MARIE 

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HANSEN CHARLES WALTER 383 
HANSEN CHEREEN EUNICE 383 
HANSEN DAVID GRANT 
HANSEN DAVID S 
HANSEN OE ANN 
HANSEN FLOYD BRENT 
HANSEN GARTH M 
HANSEN GRANT REGA 
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HANSEN KRISTINE 
HANSEN KENT BLAINE 
HANSEN LAMONTE L 
HANSEN LARRY DOUGLAS 
HANSEN LEE DUANE 
HANSEN LOUISE ELNORA 
HANSEN MARGARET DEANN 
HANSEN MARILYN 
HANSEN MARILYN 
HANSEN MONTEZ 
HANSEN NELS ARTHUR 
HANSEN NOREEN E 
HANSEN PATSY ANN 
HANSEN PHYLLIS MAE 
HANSEN PHYLLIS MAE 
HANSEN RICHARD ALLEN 
HANSEN ROBERT LIONEL 
HANSEN SUSAN LARETTA 
HANSEN TRUDY 
HANSEN TERRY lEE 
HANSEN THOMAS PETER 
HANSEN VERLA JEAN 
HANSON BILLIE LOUISE 
HANSON BENNAIR 133 

HANSON CRAIG ILFRED 
HANSON DUANE JOSEPH 
HANSON JR THOMAS E 
HANSON WENDELL REED 
HANZSCHE ROSALEE ANN 
HARBOUR CHARLOTTE H 
HAR8RECHT ROBERT PAUL 239 
HARDIN PAULA LEE 164 
HARDING DAVID ROE 
HARDING OEANNA 
HARDING FRED J 
HARDING KATHEPINE L 
HARDING ILENE 
HARDING HELEN DIANE 
HARDING LIANE 
HARDY CLAUDIA LYNNE 
HARDY IRENE 
HAROY LARRY IMLAY 
HAROY MARY THUNELL 
HARDY RALPH w JR 
HARGRAVES THOMAS E 
HARGREAUES SUZANNE 
HARKER GARTH WENDELL 
HARKEY DALE EUGENE 
HARKER ROYAL KENT 
HARKEY SHARON ^CXJRE 
HARLEY FRED ITTNER 
HARLEY MARILYN B 
HARLEY BARBARA KAY 
HARLEY LINOfl LUCILE 
HARMAN KAREN YVONNE 
HARMAN ILARaE 
HARMAN STEPHEN KENT 
HARMAN BEVERLY ANN 
HARMANSON RONALD 
HARMER CHESTER VERNON 
HARMER DAVID LEWIS 
HARMER WALLACE GERALD 
HARMON GLORIA JANE 
HARMON GEORGE E 
HARMON JAY T 
HARMON JUANITA 
HARMON LAVLE JON 
HARMON LAWRENCE MILO 
HAR0LD5EN JAMES H 
HAROLDSEN MELVEN J 
HAROLDSON JAMES 
HARPER ELWIN KAY 
HARPER LELANO GRANT 
HARPER PATRICIA A 
HARPER VERNON M 313 

HARRELL BARBARA J 
HARRINGTON LONA GAYLE 313 
HARRIS DAVID JENSEN 
HARRIS DARLENE JEAN 
HARRIS DONALD GORDON 
HARRIS FLOYD 
HARRIS FRANK 
HARRIS HAROLD REED 
HARRIS JAMES ROY 
HARRIS JERALD WAYNE 
HARRIS JOSEPH W JR 
HARRIS JULIE ANN 
HARRIS KATHLEEN 
HARRIS KAY ELLEN 
HARRIS LELAND MACK 
HARRIS LAURA K 
HARRIS LARRY A 
HARRIS LEROY MCCOY 
HARRIS LINDA maE 
HARRIS M CHRISTINE 
HARRIS MARLENA 
HARRIS MARTIN 
HARRIS OLIVE WAGNER 
HARRIS PAMELA RAE 
HARRIS PAUL DAVID 
HARRIS PHILLIP DUANE 
HARRIS ROBERT NATHAN 
HARRIS SUZANNE 
HARRIS SONIA SORENSEN 
HARRIS VAL LEROY 
HARRIS TERRY RAY 
HARRIS VERNA RUTH 
HARRISON BART EVEARO 



196 
383 
301 
383 



336 
383 

75.145.153 
383 



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336 

312 

312 

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336 
195,383 

357 

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357 
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148 
357 



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150 

313 

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349 

128.330 

336 



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336 



338 
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357 
357 



357 
357 



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162.336 

156*313 
160 



156 



199 
357 



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164 



415 



HARRISON BFTTY OOOGE 


SOI 


HARRISON CLOVn 




HARRISON DENNIS E 




HARRISON OAN JENKINS 




HARRISON Evan OEAN 




HARRISON TiERALO C 




HARRISON HARLAN F 




HARRISON KAREN RAE 




HARRISON JAMES MELVIN 




HARRISON KAyF 




HARRISON KENT L 


1*8 


HARRISON LARRV H|LL 


723 


HARRISON MflOlLYN J 




HARRISON MIRIAM 




HARRISON LVNNE 


336 


HARRISON PHILLIP J 


313 


HARRISON POfiFRT H 




HARRISON SU7ANNE 




HARRISON WILLIS LEE 


301 


HART JUDITH ANN 




HART JACK DEVON 




HART JOHN AOOLPH 


156 


HART JAMES 


126 


HART LINDA MAY 


357 


HART MARY GAYLE 




HART ROBERT JOHN 


186.313.336 


HART RUTH GERTRUDE 


336 


HART SHARON LOUISE 


357 


MART VICTOR GARY 


336 


HAPTFIELO LARAE 


357 


HARTLf^Y WILLIAM G 


172 


HARTMAN AtViN JOEL 


357 


MARTSFIFLO HFlEN L 




HARTSEIFLD DONALD RAY 




HARTZOG MARY LOUISE 


357 


HARVEY BRUCE DOUGLAS 




HARVEY eONNIF DEANE 




HARVEY CLARK OSCAR 


313 


HARVEY PAUL ALBIN 




MARWARD FLMFR LEON 




HARWARD DON L 


146.357 


HARWARD CONRAD AFTON 


313 


HARWARD KAREN 


150 


HARWARO MERRILL W 11 




HARWAPn SARAH H 




HARWARD SHERMAN DEAN 




HARWOOP MARY EMELYN 




HASEK JOHN MORTON 


357 


HASKELL JAY EtOEN 




^ASLAM KAREN LEE 




HASLAM JOANN GARFIELD 


313 


HASLAM WILLIAM BRUCE 


313 


HASLER MARJORIE ANNE 




"ASLER ^RFNT =■ 




HASSARO NORMA JEAN 




HASSELL GARY EDwIN 




HASSFLL JUDY ANN 




HASTINGS ANN 


136.218.336 


HASTY LESLIE C 


138.357 


HASTY THOMAS MIKEL 


336 


HASTINGS FLOON 


240 


HATCH AARON LENORO 


336 


HATCH ANTOINETTE 


313 


HATCH CARL ALVIN 




HATCH CAROLYN JANE 




HATCH CAROL GLEE 


357 


HATCH DAVID W 




HATCH FRED ROLAND 




HATCH FORREST EZRA 




HATCH MARVFY RAY 




HATCH IRA WALLACE 


119.313 


HATCH JANFT V 


357 


HATCH KATHLEEN 




HATCH LINDA SUE 




HATCH LARELLE 


336 


HATCH fARC! A MARIE 


357 


HATCH MARYANA 


1*5.357 


HATCH OUINCE DALE 




HATCH ROBERT ALLEN 




HATCH SPENCER F 


301 


HATCH SYLVIA 


130.336 


HATCHETT JERRY LEE 




HATCHER SHIRLEY 


313 


HATFIELD ARTHUR W 




HATFIFL*^ MAX DAVID 




HATFIELD LVNNE 


15S 


HATHAWAY MERLIN SCOTT 


199.313 


HATTON SADIE MARIE 




HATORI DONALD 


152 


HAUSE GERALD LEPOY 




HAVENS LEOLA LAVELLE 


336 


HAWKFR ANNETTE P 




HAWKES LAURALEE 




HAwKES NENA REY 




HAWKES REBECCA 


164 


HAWKINS CURTIS CLAUDE 


213 


HAWKINS BARBARA AGNES 


336 


HAWKINS DEANN 




HAWKINS FARRELL 




HAWKINS HAROLD J 




HAWKINS GERALD PERREN 




HAWKINS HELEN LUCY 


110 


HAWKINS JOHN HALES 




HAWKINS JAMES ORAL JR 




HAWKINS JOOENE 


357 


HAWKINS JANICE MAE 


336 


HAWKINS JOHN 


6* 


HAWKINS RAYMOND C jR 




HAWKINS RONALD D 


330 


HAwr INS WILLIAM G 




HAWKINS WALDEAN NAOMI 




MAWS FRWIN MAPtON 


313 


HAWS ESTELLE KAYF 


1*2 


MAWS KENT 


262.263.331 


HAWS KENT 


338 


HAWS POLLY ANNA 




HAWS MARCIA ELLEN 


156 


HAWS RALPH JAY 




HAWS VALERIE 




MAYASHI CHARLES Y 


338 


HAYCOCK flEVAN ORLANDO 




HAYCOCK MARILYN 




MAYCnCK KAAREN RAE 




HAYCOCK ROLAND HAL 




HAYCOCK STEVEN MACK 


338 


HAVES DAVID LYNN 




HAYES RILL 


357 


HAYES JOAN SANDRA 




HAYES JUL I ANNA 




HAYES LARRY E 




HAYES ►'AK A 




MAYES MARILYN 


176 


HAYES ROBERT ALAN 




HAYES WILLIAM CHARLES 


1*0 


HAYMONO KAREN 


1*9 


MAYMOND MARYAN 




HAYMONO ROBERT EARL 




HAYMOND ROGER L 




HAYMONO THOMAS NEIL 


313 



HAVHORE VALERIE E 
HAYNES THeOOORE ELMER 
HAYNES WILLIAM F 
HAYNES W FRANK 
HAVNIE CELIA ANN 
MAYS GILBERT AIRD 
HAVWARO GERALD LYNN 
HAYWARD LANELL BIRD 
HAZARD NAOMI A 
HAZEL CAROLYN LOUISE 
HEALEY FREDA KAYE 
HEALEY STEVE GRANT 
HEAPS WILLIAM HENRY 
HEAPS WILLARO K 
HEAPS RICHARD ALLYH 
HEATH DONALD KiRK 
HEATH JESSIE FAY 
HEATH JAMES BRIDGE 
HEATH PEARL EDNA 
HEATON ALVIN LAMOINE 
HEATON WILLIAM REO JR 
HEBOON TRUMAN R 
HEBER GAIL W 
mEBER VERNON EUGENE 
HEOENSTROM KENNETH 
HEOEKIN ANDREW 
MEDBERG KATHLEEN 
HEOOINGFR RONNIE L 
HEOER DIANE CLAUDIA 
HEDGECOCK C OAVID 
HEESCH GARY VERNON 
HEOflICK CHARLES L JR 
HEELIS BONNIE GAYLE 
HEGSTEO EVELYNE A 
MEIOT LARRY ARTHUR 
HEILNER SANFORD J 
HEILESEN HENRY ELDON 
HEIGERT LAWRENCE S 
HEINFR JEAN PAUL 
hEINER JEANETTE E 

heinfr roselyn lael 
helbig nancy lee 
melaman aragon 
hellewell forrest lec 
hellar james raynor 
hellewell sandra joy 
hellewell robert l 
helton anita carter 
melton ernest jack 
helm jeannie lane 
helphenstine delbert 
helouist lamar j 
helcuist lamar 
hemingway roy l 
hemenway arvel lee 
hemingway leroy e 
hemmert alcnna 
hencely charles r 
henoershott marjorie 
henderson francis n 
henderson elaine 
henderson james g jr 
henderson larry duane 
henderson joyce e 
henderson janet l 
henderson sandra 
henderson peter john 
henofpson william w 
henooicks douglas g 
hendricks donna lee 
henricksen diane 
hfndrickson florence 
hendrickson david 
hendrickson clifford 

HENDRICKSON CLAIRE fl 
HENDRICKSON LYNN J 
HENDRICKSON KATHLEEN 
HEUDRIX JOHN CARL 
HENDRIX KAROLYN 
hENDRIX CLAIRE 
HENDRIX SMIRLEEN 
MENINGER DOROTHY E 
HENlNGER JOHN CANNON 
HENRICK5CN DIANE 
HFNRIE BEATA ANN 
HENPIE DONALD KiRK 
HENPIE EVELYN RAE 
HENRIE MARION LYMAN 
HENRIE ROBERT JUAN 
HENRIE JR SAMUEL NYAL 
HENRY JERRY WAYNE 
HENRY KENNETH DUANE 
MENSEN NORMA DURBIN 
HENSTROM RICHARD 
HEPWORTH CHARLOTTE 
hEPWORTH NELLO 
HEPWORTH ROSIDA 
HERBERT DIANNE M 
HERBERT FRANKLIN W 
MER8EPT MAXINE A 
MERBST JOHN RONALD 
HERGET OAVID HARVEY 
HERGET SHIRL LORENZO 
HERMANSEN RONALD JOHN 
HERIERA ELIAS 
HERNANDEZ EVE EMILY 
HERRICK ARTHUR C 
MERRE OAVIO ALLEN 
MERRERA ELIAS 
HERRICK JAMES WALTER 
HERRING JOY CAROLYN 
HERRING MELLIE V 
HERRING DERRYL RICHES 
HERRIN NAOMI 
HERRIN CURTIS LAMAR 
MERRON LYNN ERNEST 
HERRON PATRICIA ANN 
HERZINGER RAYMOND G 
hERZOG ROSCOE OEVERL 
HE5L0P RAY DEE 
HESELTON DORIS CEROA 
HESS HELEN DIANE 
HESS HORACE ELIOENE JR 
HESS MICHAEL ORRIN 
HESS LOREN 7HE0 
HESS SUZANNE MUIR 
hEuRkENS LINDA L 
MEUflKENS EILEEN J 
hEWARD LORAINE 

hewitt george w 
hEywooo Evelyn 
heywooo kathleen 
meywood richard oan 

MlATT ADELLA DIANE 
HIATT OUANE EVAN 
HIATT LEWIS ALBERT 
HlATT PAMELA RAE 
HiATT SHERRY LYNN 
HIBBARO ELOEN RICHARD 



313 
198*211 



357 
196.330 



313 
338 



313 
100 
357 



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330 



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338 



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330 



330 
330 
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357 
330 
338 



338 
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313 

190.357 



313 
338 
313 
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313 



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75.365 



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357 



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357 



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313 
313 
338 

195.389 
313 
313 
357 

75.389 
138.357 
330 
385 
389 

75.1*0.309 

330 

330 

313 
357 
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305 
201.330 

369 
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IBBERT OONNA MAE 
IBBERT JANET RAE 
KKEN EULENE CLEGC 
ICKEN JOHN ROBERT 
ICKEN KATHERINE ANNE 
ICKEN JOSEPH THOMAS 
ICKEN JANET 
ICKEN JAY CYRIL 
iCKS CAROLYN 
[CKS GAYE 
ICKS KENNETH G 
lOESHIMA OSAHU 
IDAKA CHIZUKO 
lOLEY JOHN H 
IGASHI ELAINE AIKO 
IGBEE JOSEPH MARVIN 
IGBEE KENNETH LEO 
GBEE JOAN 
IGBEE ROSE ANNE 
IGBY HEBER DEAN 
GGINBOTMAM SMARLEY 
IGOINS HEATHER ANN 
IGGINS KATHIE ELLEN 
IGGINS JUDITH LEE 
IGGINS MARIELLEN 
IGGINS VIDA JEAN 
IGGINSON DIANNE 
IGGINSON CAROL 
IGGINSON JOHN DENNIS 
IGGINSON ZAOA MAXENE 
IGGINSON ZOLA M 
ILDEN ALICE KAY 
LDENBRANO NANCY E 
ILDT ALLEN DALE 
LL BOYD IflVEN 
LL BEVERLY MARIE 
ILL BYRDE 
ILL CAROLYN J 
ILL CAROLYN ANN 
LL CHARLES EUGENE 
LL DELLA MAE PORTER 
LL DONALD GENE 
LL DONALD GIFFQRD 
LL DONALD RAY 
LL DORIS MARIE 
LL FERRELL JASPER 
LL FLOYD ALLAN JR 
LL FREC JOHN 
LL IDA ALLENE 
LL HOWARD LYOELL 
LL JACK EDWIN 
LL LANAE 
LL LARRY GORDON 
LL LARRY DEAN 
LL MARJORY 
LL MAX GLAYDE 
LL MElVA 
LL PATRICA LEE 
LL RAY LEE 
LL SHERRON DEE 
LL SANDRA CHARLENE 
LL SARAH JEANETTE 
LL SARA KATHLEEN 
LL WILLIAM MORRIS 
LL WALTER ENSIGN 
LLIARD JACK 8RIGGS 
LLMAN JEAN 
LLMAN MARY ELAINE 
LLMAN PATRICIA LOU 
LLS THOMAS FREDRICK 
LLS RONALD CREE 
LLS FREDERICK L 
LLS ROY C 
LTBRANO RUTH 
LTBRANO MARGARET A 
LTON OONNA JEANNE 
NCKLEY LINDA 
NOMARSH TED COLLINS 
ND CAROL 

NOMARSH DOUGLAS P 
NDS ROBERT WARREN 
NICH DIANNE 
NMAN VIRGINIA GAIL 
NSON SUSANNE 
NTON MAURICE L 
NTON GAIL JOHN 
NTZ SHARON 
IPPLE NANCY LARINE 
RAI JOY 

RSCHE OELYNN HOWARD 
RSCH RICHARD W 
RSCMI JANET 
RSCHI LANAE KEETCH 
RST STEVEN NIELSEN 
RTLE JUDITH ESTHER 
RST JANIS ELLEN 
TCH MARTHA ALICE 
XON LAWRENCE GUY 
X DARLA JEAN 
ISON PATRICIA 
HJORTH SUZANNE 
HOAGLANO DENNIS ROY 
H0B6 SIDNEY LEE 
HAKES BEVERLY ANN 
HOAGLAND WYOMA RANEE 
HO SHAO CHUNG JOHNNY 
HOBBS KATHLEEN 
H0B6S LAURA 
H0CHSTRA5SER DAVID M 
HODGES SIDNEY ROJAS 
HODOKINSON KENNETH A 
HOOGKINSON JANET 
HODOKINSON CAROL KAY 
HODGSON CAROLYN 
HODSON HARRY 
HOEFT BONNIE JEAN 
HOEGH JANET CAROL 
HOEHNOORF WILHELM F 
HOEM NADINE 
HOERR CLARA MARGARET 
HOfELING HCLVIN CRAlC 
HOfFACKEA LYLE GAY 
HOFFMAN JUDITH LYNN 
HOGAN ANNA HENRIETTA 
HOCAN ROGER NELSON 
HOGDAHL JEANETTE B 
HOCE BARBRA ANN 
MOGGE ROLL IN 6 
HOGGAN JANES ROBERT 
HOGCE ROBERT MELTON 
HOKOANA CLARA L 
HOKANSON PAUL MILLER 
HOLBROOK MARY LOU 
HOLBROOR RICHARD L 
HOLCOMBE HELEN LOUISC 
HOLCOMBE JAMES JOSEPH 
HOLCOMfl PENELOPE K 
NOLCOHB MCRILEE 
HOLOAHAV DENNIS LEO 



385 
385 
189 
305 
145 



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313 

155 



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313 
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330 
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397 
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305 

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270 
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313 



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357 
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330 
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305 
301 
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1*9 
385 
338 

79.130.397 
397 

309 



3B9 
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389 

134.211 
398 



196 
385 
989 
186.330 



HOLOAWAY JEANNE 
HOLOSBERG CARROLL 
HOIFERT SUZANNE M 
HOLOATE DOT 
mOLLAOAY BEATRICE K 
HOLLAOAY GERALD BLAIN 
HOLLADAV GERALD R 
HOLLAOAY JR JAMES £ 
HOLLAND GLENNA MARIE 
HOLLAND JOHN LEC 
HOLLAND VARD BURTON 
HOLLEY KARL NEwELL 
HOLLING MELVIN DALE 
HOLLIC NAOMI JUNE 
HOLLINOSHEAD EDITH J 
HOLLINGSHEAO CAROL A 
HOLLINGShEAD KAREN L 
HOLLYWOOD HARRY LEROV 
MOLLIS ANNEVA TYE 
MOLLIS ALHY 
HOLLOWAY DIXIE DEAN 
HOLM GARY A 
HOLM LINDA 
HOLHAN DONALD PARL 
HOLMAN LAUREL LEROY 
HOLMAN LARRY DEE 
HOLMAN MAX D 
HOLMAN ROBERT A JR 
HOLMES IRENE CLARE 
HOLMES HELEN PATRICIA 
HOLMES KENLEY DIONNE 
HOLMES JAMES CONRAD 
HOLMES JOHN JAY 
HOLMES JUDY ANN 
HOLMES MARIAN 
HOLMOUIST CAROL DIANE 
HOLT ANN 
HOLT BARBARA 
HOLT DIXIE DEAN 
MOLT ELVIS J 
MOLT EDITH PAIGE 
MOLT GAYE 
HOLT JANE 
HOLT KERENE 
MOLTKAMP CLARENCE J 
HOLTOM STEVE E 
HOLTRY DEANNA RAE 
HOLYOAK GARTH WAYNE 
HOMAN HOWARD 
HOLYOAK JOHN GORDON 
HOLYOAK RULON MERLE 
MOLZER ROSEHARIE 
MOMAN HOilARO BRENT 
HOMAN NANCY HIGGINS 
MO^'ER ELIDA MARIE 
HOMER WILLIAM EVAN 
HOMER WILMA LYLE 
HONDA VERNON HlROSHl 
HONE ALICE CASTEN 
HONE DAVID ERMIN 
HONE GLAYDE DELBERT 
HONE GEORGE LEE 
HONE MERRILL DEAN 
HONEY BRUCE ALDEN 
HONEYCUTT BETTY LOU 
HOOD ROBERT WAYNE 
MOOGENOOORN PAULA 
HOOKS REECE C 
HOOPER GERALD RAY 
HOOPER KAREN JANINE 
H00PE5 CAROLE 
HOOPES FRANCIS V 
HOOPES DAVID CRAIG 
HOOPES OAVID CRAIG 
HOOPES WENDELL REESE 
HOOPES VAUGHN 
HOOPES PAUL ROGER 
HOOVER DENNIS WELLS 
HOOVER HARK WILLIAM 
HOOVER RICHARD ROY 
HOPKIN JAMES MARK 
HOPKINS JEAN 
HOPKINS NEIL ROBERT 
HOPKINS THOMAS DAVIO 
HOPKINS SHIRLEY L 
HOPKINS SHARON LEE 
HOPKINSON ALLAN GARY 
HOPPIE WAYNE OARRELL 
MOPPE WERNER 
HOPPER JOHN DOUGLAS 
HOPPE CAROLE JEANNE 
HOPPINS MARY CAROL 
HORMAN APRIL B 
HORNf JOYCE LOUISE 
HORNE GEORGE KENT 
HORNE SARA HUGHES 
HORNE MERRILL CALLIS 
HORNE MARILLA 
HORNING ROBERT EARL 
HORROCKS HOWARD F 
HORROCKS HARVA MAE 
HORRIGAM BONNIE LEC 
HORROCKS R DWAIN 
MORSLEY MARY DIANNE 
HORSLEY MARTHA CLAIRE 
hORSTMEIER HEINZ L 
HORTIN LARRY LAMAR 
HORTON MART LYWIE F 
HOSCH HEINZ L 
MOSKINS PHILLIP K 
HOSTETTER CONSTANCE J 
HOSKISSON OAVID A 
HOUGHTON JAMES R 
MOUGLANO KENT WARNER 
MOUOLAND ARTHUR E 
HOUGHTON KAY V 
HOUGHTON LYMAN RAY 
HOUSEWORTH OONALD E 
mOUSSIAN HELEN 
HOUSCR LYNDA MAE 
MOUSSIAN WILLIAM C 
HOUSTON RONALD EARL 
HOUTZ LADONNA 
HOVIS ELAINE JOMES 
MOVENOCN CHARLES R 
MOVLAND HEIKKI JOHAH 
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HOWARD DAVID STEVCN 
HOWARD CHARLES ROLAND 
HOWARD GOLDIE C 
HOWARD LEC 
HOWARD LOUIS BYRON 
HOWARD MARLENC JCAN 
HOWARD RAY MILLCR 
HOWC LEONARD RILCY 
MOWE SCSSIE HARVEY 
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hOmLANO MARY M 
hOYAL RALPH PAUL 
MOTT MARSHA RUTH 
HU SHU MSICN 
HudAND EDWIN hEBCR 
HSIA HOwER JOHNSON 
HSU CHAK Fu 
HuBtlARD CHERYL 
HUttBARC DOROTHY IRENE 
HUBHARU mERAERT F 
MUBBARO ROfltKT BRENT 
HUBBEL DICK 
MOSBS ROUE 
MUBBELL VIOLA LEE 
MUBHELL RICHARD SPEER 
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HUBER CHERRTL JOYCE 
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NUERTA ROBERT HCNRY 
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MUFF 8LAINE EDWIN 
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HuFF JOHN DOUGLAS 
HUff HtHl WILLIAM 
M,^F J JOI TM ANN 
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KELLER ELIZABETH fAYE 164 

KELLER JR ELMO A 

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KELLY GEORGE SPAFFORO 
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KING DAVID FOSTER 
KING KATHARINE F 
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KING KAY FRANCIS 
KING LESLIE REED JR 
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KING ROBERT RAY 
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KITCHENS CAROLYN 
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KNIGHT FDWIN GEORGE 
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KNIGHT GARY NOEL 
KNIGHT LINDA MARGARET 
KNIGHT NEWEL BRYCF 
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KNIGHT ROGER WAYNE 
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LACKIE AUBRIE WAYNE 
LARSON BYRON ALf^ERT 
LADLE HARRIS OWIGHT 
LACH BONNIE HELEN 
LAHAOERNE LAWRENCE M 
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LAKER DOR* ANN 
LAKE KATHERINE TAYLOR 
LAKE RALPH BRYANT 
LAKE RENEF TAYLOR 
LAKE ROICE 
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LAMB JERRY ELLIOTT 
LAMB KEI TH GRANT 
LAMB LEGRANDE NORR I S 
LAMB MONA RAF 
LAMB RICKEY GLEN 
LAMBERT AURELIA 
LAMBERT CAROLANN 
LAMBERT GARY WENDELL 
LAMBERT JUDITH I 
LAMBERT JOHN CARLYLE 
LAMRERTY RUTH HELEN J 
LAMBSON BILLIE B 
LAMPEN TIMO HEIKKI E 
LANDERS MARTIN PANCHO 
LANE PATRICIA ANNE 
LANE WILLARD CARLTON 
LANE REX RAYMOND 
LANEY STEPHEN E 
LANEY MARGARET ANN 
LANGFORD GORDON LYNN 
LANGFORD A LEROY 
LANK CLIFFORD OWEN 
LANGSTON JOHN KEITH 
LANT JOHN GLEN JR 
LANT LETTY LOU 
LAPRAY HAL ADRIAN 
LAPOINTE ROBERT E 
LARGE LINDA HARRIET 
LARAMIE MONA RAF 
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LARRAGAN CARMFN N 
LARSEN CATHV RUTH 
LARSEN CHARLES CURTIS 
LARSEN CLYDE DUANE 
LARSEN DAVID CHARLES 
LARSEN DAVID ELLIOTT 
LARSEN DAVID ROGER 
LARSEN DEE EDWIN 
LARSEN DOUGLAS EVAN 
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LARSEN L INDA KAYE 
LARSEN MARGARET ANN 
LARSON MARGARS"T 
LARSEN MARILYN 
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LARSFN NEWFLL JOSEPH 
LARSFN NATHAN REED 
LARSEN ORVIL JAMES 
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LARSFN SHAREY ANN 
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LARSEN THOMAS C 
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LARSON GARY FlOYO 
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LARSON LAUNA GAE 
LARSON MAURINE NORITA 
LARSON PRFSTON K 
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LASSON CALVIN GRANT 
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LAU MANG SHAN ABIAS M 
LAUDIE DREW TRUMAN JR 
LAURITZ JOHN PAUL 
LAURITZEN ELIZABETH H 
LAURENSON JUDITH KAY 
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LAWTON FRANKLIN C 
LAWSON JON KEITH 
LAWSON CHERYL P 
LAWTMER JUDITH ELAINE 
LAYTON ANN MARIE 
LAYTON LYNETTE CALL 
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LEE ROBERT EARL 
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LEFTWICH MARK RICHARD 
LE6GE RONALD KEITH 
LEIGH ARDEN WOOLLEY 
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LEISHMAN NANCV 
LEI5MMAN ROBERT A 
LEITZFLL BARBARA ANN 
LEITHEAO GLEN S 
LEMASTER SUE 
LEMMON EARL CLARK 
LEMMON KENNETH flYRON 
LEMON HILDA JANE 
LE MONO KENNETH JOHN 
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LENNOX DIANA SAVOY 
LEONARD LOUISE MARIE 
LEONAROSON CAROL 
LEPORE HERBERT 
LERWILL LYNN METS 
LESLIE ANABFL LFF 
LESTER ANDREA V 
LESTER ANTALO DAVID 
LESUE JEREMY WAYNE 
LESUEUR ELAINE 
LE SUEUR MICHAEL B 
LEVENDOSKl RONALD J 
LEVAR LURLENF JOY 
LEVAR CALLIS JEDDY 
LEVAR JEDDY 
LEWELLEN CAROL MARIE 
LE VITRE MARGO ELAYNE 
LEWIS ALLISON S 
LEWIS CAROL ANN 
LEWIS CARLA ANN 
LEWIS CARL ARTHUR 
LEWIS CHRISTINE 
LEWIS GAY 
LEWIS 6ARN EDWARD 
LEWIS GLENN CARLOS 
LEWIS GLIDA PACKARD 
LEWIS GLEN HAL 
LEWIS JANE C 
LEWIS JANICE F 
LEWIS JOHN TYRON 
LEWIS JOSEPH MARVIN 
LEWIS KAREN OLIVIA 
LEWIS KEITH FRANK 
LEWIS LINO* 
LEWIS MARGARET 
LEWIS NEORA ANN 
LEWIS ROGER PIERPONT 
LEWIS RONALD J 
LEWIS ROBERT EUGENE 
LEWIS ROBERT NORMAN 
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LEWIS STEVEN I 
LEWIS THEODORE KAT 
LEWIS JR WILLIAM CRIS 
LISBV JON MICHAEL 
LILL HELEN MEREDITH 
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LICHflELD PAUL RALPH 
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LIDOLF SHARON 
LIKES IVAH LEROV 
LIGHT MA JORIE 
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LILL NANCY JOAN 
LILLY REX ALTON 
LILLWHITE CHERYL 
LILLVWHITE JAY H 
LILLYWHITE SUSAN C 
LILJENOUIST KAREN 
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LIM SANG WOO 
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LINDBERG PAUL* GAV 
LINDBERG GARY WILLIAM 
LINOMAN DIANE LOUISE 
LIHOlEY JACOUELVN C 
LINDSAY DAVID S 
LINDSAY WILLIAM OfAN 
LINDSEV DAN M 
LINOSFV JACKIE WYATT 
LINOSEY RONALD J 
LINOSEY GERALD H 
LINDSEY JOSEPH W 
LINOSEY NANCV 
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LINEBAUGH JOHN W 
LtNFORD RONALD GORDON 
LINK RICHARD GEORGE 
LINNING LEONARDUS 
LINNING JOHANNES 
LIPPMANN ROBERT GARY 
LISCHAK ELAINE D 
LISONBEE LEE AHNE 
LIST PAUL ALLEN 
LISTON MARY CAROLYN 
LITCHFIELD SHARON K 
LITCHFIELD ETTA M 
LITTLE JOHN THOMAS 
LITTLEDIKE JACQUELINE 
LITTLE MARK CLARENCE 
LITTLEFIELD TERRIE 
LITTLEFIELO NEIL A 
LITTLEFORD MARK S 
LITTLEFIELD RAYMOND K 
LITTLEFIELO GARY MRT 
LIVE HARRIS 
LIVINGSTONE DONALD H 
LIVINGSTON EARL J 
LIVINGSTON FRANK V 
LIVINGSTON JACK R 
LIVINGSTON HAY 
LLEWELLYN COLIN JOHN 
LLOYD BARBARA JEAN 
LLOYD BETTY JANE 
LLOYD CAROL ANN 
LLOYD CAROL D|ANE 
LLOYD DALE VERNON 
LLOYD EARLE KINGSLEY 
LLOYO LA OEE 
LLOYD MAX CLIFTON 
LLOYO REEO L 
LOADER GENEIL 
LOERTSCHER DwAlN V 
L08ACK NORMAN LESLIE 
LOBOS JOSE A 
LOCKHART SHARON ANN 
LOFTUS NAOMI BELVA 
LOFGRAN WAYNE C 
LOFTUS LYNN KING 
LOFLIN MARVIN DEE 
LOFLIN JOJEAN H 
LOHDEFINCK FRANK J 
LOHAX SALLY JANE 
LOMKIN RICHARD JAMES 
LOMAX CARILYN ANN 
LONG DALE A 
LONG ADRIAN KEITH 
LONG DOROTHY ELLEN 
LONG DOUGLAS RALPH 
LONG DREWRV BENSON 
LONG DAtE ADEN 
LONG KAREN MADSEN 
LONG JUOITH ELAINE 
LONG LINDA JANE 
LONG HELVIN CHARLES 
LONG RICHARD KAY 
LONGHURST DENNIS H 
LONGWELL RUBEN S 
LOOM IS JOAN 
LOOMIS JERRY EMERSON 
LOOSLI ELLEN 
LORAH CLIFTON L 
LORAINE KEI TH EDWARD 
LORENSEN DAVID M 
LORING NITA JEAN 
LOSEE LINDA FAYE 
LOSEE LANI KAY 
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LOSMANN JACOUE P 
LOSMANN JACOUE F 
LOTT DOROTHY lOLA 
LOTMROP MARY A 
LOTT JOHN HOWARD 
LOTT PHILIP VANESS 
LOUDER SHERRY HILDA 
LOUGHNEY DAVID W 
LOUGHTON LINDA MAE 
LOUNSBURY DONALD E 
LOVC WESTON LEE 
LOVELESS ANNETTE MAE 
LOVELESS JANIS L 
LOVELESS LINDA ANN 
LOVENBURY KIRK PETER 
LOVERIOGE GARY DON 
LOVETT DAVID F G 
LOVETT SARA ANN 
LOW FLORENCE DIANE 
LOW KATHLEEN LOLA 
LOWE CHRISTOPHER EARL 
LOWE DANIEL JOSEPH 
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LUCE WILLARD RAY 
LU8ER JERRY ALLCN 
LUCKAU LiNOA RUTH 
LUDLOW JOHN MILES 
LUDLOW JEANETTE 
LUDwIG MARTIN PAUL 
LUDWIG RUBY ANN 
LUDWIC WILLIAM HEBFR 
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LUEKENGA ViCci LEE 
LUECK GARY LEE 
LUKE CLYDE ELLIOT 
LvJKE GElE ELDON 
LUKE MARSHA LVNNE 
LUKE MARCIA JANE 
LUKE STACT WFNZEL 
LUKE WILLIAM DARRELL 
LUNCEFORO RUSSELL G 
L'JNCEFORO GERALD P 
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LUND LYNN ELMO 
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LUNDBFRr. CHARLES PAUL 
LUNOBERG ENDfRFO jON 
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LUNDfLL J LINDROTH 
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MANGAN JOHN FREDDIE 
MANGELSON DAVID R 
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MANGUM RICHARD L 
MANGUM WENDY K 
MANNER ARU SAMIR F 
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MAPCHANT LINDA JEWEL 
vARCHANT RAMONA 
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MARCUSEN RICHARD B 
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MARSHALL MAXiNE MARIE 
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MARSHALL WARREN F 
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MARTIN CHARLES R 
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MARTIN WILLIAM REED 
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MASTERSON DANIEL E 
MATHESON WESLEY A 
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MATHEWS IRVIN R 
MATHEWS ROBERT JAMES 
MATHEWS NELOON C 
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MATTHEWS GEORGE E 
MATTHEWS LEONARD H 
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MATTHEWS NOLA 
MATTHEWS RONALD 8 
MATTHEWS VERL BAXTER 
MATTHIS ELSIE JANE 
MATTINSON EVAN 6 
MATTHEWS TOMMIE GRANT 
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MATTSON WILLIAM W 
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MAUGHAN NEIL F 
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317 MAUGHAN MARK WRIGHT 
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MAUL WILLIS DEAN 
MAUSS BARBARA JOAN 
MAUSS SHEILA ANN 
MAURER SUSAN 
MAURER CAROLYN V 
HAXFIELD PERRY LESTER 
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MAXWELL JAMES LEE 
MAXWELL NANCY ANN 
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MCBETH DENNIS 8 
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MCBRIDE GERALD L 
MCBRIDE JOYCE C 
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MCBRIDE MARVIN L 
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MCCARL WILLIAM B 
MCCAC-TY MARIAN F 
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MCCAUSLAND JOHN C 
MCCAULFY EUGENE L 
MCCLELLAN JOYCE LARAE 
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MCCLELLAN REBECCA Y 
MCCLOUn JAMES W 
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MCCLURE GERALD LELANO 
MC COARD HARRY G 
MC COMMON RONALD D 
MCCONKIE GEORGE ,W 
MCCONKIE COLLEEN 
MCCORMICK DONALD C 
MCCOY DOROTHY V 
MCCOY MARILYN MARIE 
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MCCULLOUGH ROBERT G 
MCCULLOCH ROBERTA K 
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MCCULLOCH DONALD E 
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MCCUNE MARY JANE 
MC DANIEL LUCY S 
MCDANIEL LLOYD S 
MCDONALD ANDREW JOHN 
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MCDONALD KATHLEEN 
MCDONALD RUTH LEILA 
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MCDONALD ROBERT A 
MCDONELL DONALD F 
MCOOUGAL CONNIE MAE 
MCEACHERN JACK C 
MCEVERS MONNA K 
MCEWAN BETH 
MCEWAN JOHN SHIRL 
MCEWEN MYRNA RUTH 
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MCFADDEN OAVIO E 
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MCFARLAND ROGER 6 
MCFARLAND ROBERTA JO 
MCFARREN JANET SUE 
MCGARY ALVIN 
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MCGUIRE HAROLD L 11 
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MCGWIRE MURIEL F 
MCILHENNY JANET D 
MCINNES WILLIAM M 
MCILHAGGA JOSEPH ALAN 
MCINTOSH ELEANOR REE 
MCINTOSH GARRY W 
MC INTOSH ROBERT K 
MCINTYRE RONALD LEON 
MCIVER WALTER A 
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MCKAY JOYE 
MCKAY TEDDY ALBERT 
MCKEE JOHN HARKNESS 
MCKELLAR PETER W 
MCKELL GERALD DAVID 
MCKELLAR JOHN GLEN 
MCKENNEY GORDON M 
MCKINLAY DOUGLAS R 
MCKINLEY JOHN MARTIN 
MCKINNEY C FARRELL 
MCKINNON MARLYNN D 
MCKINNON MAX E 
MCKNIGHT BEVERLY MAE 
MCKNIGHT PHILLIP S 
MCKROLA DONALD K 
MCKNIGHT RICHARD 
MCLAIN MARIAN N 
MCLACHLAN DENNIS C 
MCLAREN JOHN OAVIO 
MCLANE JANET 
MCLAUGHLIN VICKl A 
MCLAUGHLIN EDWARO S 
MCLAUGHLIN LESLIE N 
MCLELLAND DAWN MARSHA 
MCLELLANO MARGARET R 
MCLELLAND PENNY 
MCLEOD ANN MARGARET 
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MCLEAD ALEXANDER G 
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MCNAIRY CAROL ANN 
MCNEELY RICHARD C 
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MCPHEFTERS CAROL ANN 
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MCPHERSON LORNA G 
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MCRAE JEAN FRANCES 
MCVAUGH WILLIAM H 
MCWHORTER WILLIAM M 
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MEAD FRANK 111 
MEADE JOHN B 
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MENZIES CHARLES M 
MENSSEN EDELTRAUT G 
MENOSKEY GEORGE ALLEN 
MERCER CAROLYNN D 
MERCELL RICHARD 
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MERCHANT JOHN ALFRED 
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MEREDITH FRANKLIN J 
MERGLER DONALD LEE 
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MERRELL BARBARA D B 
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MERRIAM ROBERT ARNOLD 
MERRELL RICHARD L 
MERRICK FLORENCE 
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MERRILL CAROLYN 
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MICKELSEN WILLIAM C 
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MIDGLEY MELODY T 
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missimer linda lee 
mish karen beryl 
mitchell charles ray 
mitchell don william 
mitchell janice 
mitchell mames p 
mitchell james edward 
mitchell james d 
mitchell margaret 
mitchell nolyn g 5 
mitchell robert bruce 
mi tchell ronald g 
mitchell william c 
mitra nalini ranjan 
mitton pauline 
mittleman bonnie sue 
mi tton geraldine 
mitton wallace reid 
mitton eileen thorpe 
mix merlen earl 
mobley thurman h 
moe sandra ruth 
moe herman rudolph 
moesser norma janiel 
moffat blake w 
moffit henry edward 

MOFFl TT GEORGENE K 
MOFFITT JR HOWARD 
MOFHITZ JAMES ALLEN 
MOHRAGI RE2VANIYEH 
MOHLMAN CARL GLEN 
MOHLER CAROL ANN 
MOLTER RICHARD BRUCE 
MOLEN KENNETH ALVIN 
MOLLER RONALD KENT 
MOLEN DEAN 
MOLTER RICHARD 
MOLINEK JOYCE CAROL 
MOLLA MOGUS 
MOLLAZAL YAZOAN 
MOLEN OEAN LOWERY 
MOLLE FRANKLIN OALTON 
MOLEN BRUCE RICHARD 
KONCUR CAROLEE 
MONAGMAN THOMAS P 
MONASMITH JON L 
MONROE JAMES WALTER 
MONROE SHARON MAY 
MONSEN RAY GILMAN 
MONSEN PAULA HOPE 
MONSON DARREL 
MONSON FARRELL RAY 
MONSON LAURENCE C 111 
MONSON MARION E 
MONSON MARLENE 
MONTAGUE MERLENE 
MONTGOMERY OAVIO C 
MONTGOMERY ANN 
MONTGOMERY LUANN 
MONTGOMERY LINDA J 
MONTGOMERY N 8RENT 
MONTGOMERY SHIELD 8 
MONTGOMERY VICTORIA 
MONriEf?TH GARY CLOYD 
MONTOYA JOHN ORLANDO 
MONTIERTH MAX ROMNEY 
MOODY DAVID SNOW 
MOODY MILO LYMAN 
MOODY RONALD REX 
MOODY WILMA SUSANNE 
MOODY VIRGINIA 
MOOERS GARY R 
MOON CAROLE IRENE 
MOON ALLEN DEAN 
MOON BRADFORD 
MOON DAVID MILTON 
MOON LAMONT WILLIS 
MOON JUDI TH ANN 
MOUN KATHLEEN WEE 
MOON KAREN 
MOON JERRY RAY 
MOON KAY 
MOON MARYETTA 
MOON SHEILA MARIE 
MOON RAYMOND HEBER 
MOONEY SUSAN ANN 
MOORE 4ARBARA JEAN 
MOOPE CARMA MARIE 
MOORE DANNY WILLIAM 
MOORE DANNY WILLIAM 
MOORE DARLENE MARILYN 
MOORE EVA WILENE 
MOORE EVELYN PENELOPE 
MOORE JANICE SETTE 
MOORE PATRICIA LEE 
MOORE RONALD 
MOORE RUTH IRENE 
MOORE RUTH ANN 
MOORE THOMAS J 
MOORE VIRGINIA ANN 
MOORE WALTER JAMES 
MOORING ELIZABETH A 
MOOYA BETTY ANN 
MORAY AGNES MARIE 
MORAN CLARENCE ROBERT 
MORAVEC GARRY 
MORELOCK VIVIAN LEE 
MORGAN AFTON ADOLPH 
MORGAN CAROL 
MORGAN FRANK ALBERT 
MORGAN GRANT SAUNDERS 
MORGAN JACKEEN ANN 
MORGAN JANICE ANN 
MORGAN JANICE 
MORGAN JOAN 
MORGAN JOYCE 
MORGAN JOHN REID 
MORGAN KENT EDWARD 
MORGAN LAVERDE 
MORGAN MICHAEL F 
MORGAN VERL F 
MORGAN SHARON LEBRAON 
MORGAN SANDRA KAYE 
MORGAN SHARON ANN 
MORLEY HAROLD GARY 
MORLEY BURL DAVID 
MORLEY VIVIAM JANE 
MORLEY PAULINE LOUISE 
MORLEY RODNEY RAY 
MORRELL MARRINER LEE 
MORRELL NANCY ANN 
MORRELL GEORGE LOEN 
MORRILL OAVIO GRANT 
MORRILL HAROLD LAMOND 
MORRILL KEREN KAYE 
MORRILL WESTON HOYT 
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HORRIS CAROLYN 89 

MORRIS JAMES OELL 

MORRIS JANET SUE 

MORRIS JUOITM LYNN 

MORRIS NORMAN DALE 

MORRIS ROflIN "ARJOPIE 393 

MORRIS SUZY ANN 319 

MORRIS SHEILA 393 

MORRIS PATRICIA ANN 

MORRIS SHERRY LEe 

MORRISON CRAIG WIL^UP 

MORRISON BRENDA ANN 

MORRISON RRENDA ANN 

MORRISON FRANCIS FVAN 319 

MORRISON KENNETH J 

MORRISON JUOY "CAYE 

MORRISON LIHOA ANK 

MORRISON SHIRLEE ANNE 

MORRISS CAROLYN 

MORRISON WAYNE LEE 

MORROW GARY LYNN 

MORROW JESS 

MORSE BART JENNINGS 

MORTENSEN AROATH RAE 

MORTEN5EN (HARTLEY « 

MORTENSEN JUDITH KAYE 137.393 

MORTENSEN JIM n 162 

MORTENSEN J ROSS 319 

MORTENSEN KARL ERNEST 3*1 

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MORTENSEN MARILYN 

MORTENSEN V MARVEY 

MORTENSEN WALTER FREO 

MOSER CECELIA 

MOSER PAUL P 

MOSES WILEORO DEAN 

MOSLEY JANET RAE 

MOSS CORDON ERVIN 

MOSS ELINOR ANNA 

MOSS JAMES ARTHUR JR 

MOSS JUDITH 

MOSS LARRY AflflOTT 

MOSS JACK FLMO 

MOSS MARLENE 

MOSS SUSAN JANE 

MOSS VERONA JUNE 

MOTES NELLIE IRINK 

MOSTELLEP ROBERT E 

MOTES DELMAR C 

MOULTON ALBERT PAT^E 

MOULTON CLARK ALMA JR 3*1 

MOULTON JACK LESTER 

MOULTON VAUCHN K 

MOURITSEN DALE CLAOit 

mOUSLFY 0O9IS ANDRU5 

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MOYLE JOSFPH AUSTIN 

mOYLE SOSANNE 

MUGWERU JAMES S 

MUFICM CAROLYN LEE 

MUELLER PATRICIA CAR 

MUCMOW LUCILLE E 

MUMLESTEIN DALE LFE 

MUHLFSTfIN LEWIS DEE 

MUMLESTFIN WAYNE ROY 

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MUIR SYLVIA JOAN 

MUIR MFLVIN KENNETH 

MU|R NANCY GAY 

MUIR MARGARET GAYLE 

MULFORD ELIZABETH J 

MULLEN JOHN RALPH 

MULVIHILL OAVIO S 

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MULtlNS PATRICK D 

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MUNTDN GEORGE ERNEST 

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MURDOCK ALLFN KENT 

MURDOCK DENNIS GlFN 

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MURPHY ALAN KEITH 

MunPHY JO ANN 

MURPHY LYNNE 

MURPHY LOMETA MA 

MURPHY MAKtNE 

MURPHY MERLENE KAY 

MURPHY SHFLOON ROWLEY 319 

MURRAY DONNA MAf 391 

MURRAY BLAINE 199»3|9 

MURRAY KENNETH POOERT 393 

MURRAY NORMA YVONNE 394 

MURRAY OnpFRTA LUP 

MURRt WILLIA** JAMES 

MUTCH JOHN WIlFORD 

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MYFRS LINDA 

MYERS MARILYN JOAN 

MYERS STEPHEN ROBERT 

MYFRS RICHARD LELAND 

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NEGLER FRANCES EMILY 39* 

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NEIL JOHN DAVID 
NEIL ROBERTA MARV 
NEILSON ELMO GARY 
MEILSOH DORA ELAINE 
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NEILSON NANCY LOU 
NEILSON MORRIS EARL 
NEILSON MARIE ADElE 
NELSEN JUDITH ANN 
NELSON ALLAN RHODES 
NELSON A KENT 
NELSON ALLEN BRYANT 
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NELSON BONNtE RAE 
NELSON CATHFRINE L 
NELSON CAROLYN LEE 
NELSON CAROL LOUISF 
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NALDER LANNY J 
NALDER ROLAND ARLON 
NAPPER SONJA 
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nau patricia florence 

nay devon p 

naylor charles joy 

navlor clyde richard 

neal alice 

nEal carol 

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NELSON GARTH LAMQNT 153 
NELSON GARY MILTON 
NELSON GARY ALAN 
NELSON GLEN PyRON 
NELSON GLEE W 
NELSON GORDON THOMAS 
NELSON JACK ADELP^PT 
NELSON JANEAL 
NELSON JEAN EILEFS 
NELSON JOHN LOVFLL 
NELSON JOHN WAYNE 
NELSON J0<;EPH RDIINT 
NELSON KARIN mOYLF 
NELSON LARRY DON 
NELSON LEAH JANF 
NELSON LINDA LEE 
NELSON LINDA RAE 
NELSON L^NTA RACHEL 
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NELSON MARK JAY 
NELSON MARTIN F 
NELSON MARY KATHLEEN 
NELSON NATALIE N 
NELSON NYLIN BRENT 
NELSON NODIA BETM 
NELSON NORMA ELLEN 
NELSON PAUL EOWAPO 
NELSON PEGGY LARUf 
NELSON RA VOE 
NELSON RAYMOND K 
NELSON RICHARD C 
NELSON ROGER DEAN 
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nelson sharon c 

nelson shauna kaye 

nElson sherian Elaine 

nelson william forc 

nelson william e 

NERDIN JOANNE 
NETTLES DONALD L 
NESS STANLEY J JR 
NEUMARTH SHARON L 
NEUROM CLARK RICHARD 
NEVILLE WALTER maw 

newbolo smerma 
newby floyd lavon 
newman cheryl oeanf 
newman davio william 
newman david w 
newman frank harmon 
newman leon dennis 
newman patsy gail 
newman marilyn 
newman shawna lee 
new50m john phillip 

NEwTON ATHLYN GAY 
NEwTON BRUCF WILLIAM 
NEWTON JAY LYNN 
NEWVILLE TROY JAMES 
NGuYFN TUAN THI 
NIBLEY KATHFRINE M 
NlBLFY GERRY SPENCE 
NICHOLES LORIE H E 
NICMOLLS ROGER VERL 
NICHOLES VERIIN ROY 
NICHOLS IVAN RAY 
NICHOLS GARY DOANE 
NICHOLS ANN 
NICHOLSON CAROL LEE 
NICHOLSON CHET MORLEY 395 
NICHOLSON JANE E 
NtCKENS HAROLD DEAN 
NICKFLL AFTON V 
NICKLES SANDRA CMLEO 
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NIELSEN ALLEN BRYCE 
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NIELSEN EDMONO JAMES 395 
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NIELSFN MARvEY HOLT 
NIELSEN HILOAGAROE 
NIELSEN HOPE 
NIELSEN JAMES BOYD 
NIELSON JAMFS KING 
NIELSEN JANET KAYf 
NIELSEN JULIA ANN 
NIELSEN JUDITH MOPE 
NIELSEN LESLIE GFRAlD 
NIELSEN LINOA MAE 
NIELSEN MARIET 
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NIELSEN NORMAN LEPOY 
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NIELSEN PATRICIA r> jjj 

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NIELSON BRYCE 34? 

NIELSON CARL 

NIELSON CECIL 562 

NIELSON DOUGLAS J 399 

NIELSON ELLEN 156.395 

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NIELSON JOHN DEASY ?62 

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NIELSON KAY 3*2 

NIELSON LAWRENCE GLEN 320 
NIELSON L INOA LOO 
NIELSON LOIS 367 

NIELSON LOIS 320 

NIELSON MARJORY ANNE 
NIELSON NElLA LOUISE 320 
NIELSON NORM 201 

NIELSON PORTIA JANE 127 

NIELSON RAY IFON 
NIELSON RONALO A 221 

NIELSON ROGER B 
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NIELSON THOMAS PETER 
NIKAMO MARGARITA 320 

NILSEN WAYNE DELLES 
NIMS CORAlEE V 362 

NINMAN JANICE F 151.395 

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NISH GARY LEE 

NISSEN SHIRLEY E 64.3*? 

NISONGER DAN PAUL 
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NIXON ANDREW RICHARD 395 
NIXON GLADE C 
NOAKES JAYCFNF ELVORA 342 
NOAKES GERALDINE 320 

NOBBS RONALf> CLARENCE 
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NIXON SALLY ANN 
NOBLE DONNA LOU 395 

NOBLE CAROLYN JEAN 362 

NOBLE KENNETH BATES 
NOBLE VERNICE 320 

NODA YOSMIE 362 

'9t NOEL ROBERT EDWARD 244.?*5 

NOHARA GEORGE maSAO 
NOEL KENNETH AARON 
NOHARA NADINE SH|ZUKO 
NOEL KENNEY 147 

NOLAND SHARLENE 362 

NOONER TENNIE JOY 69*l*3.3*n 

NORBERG JANICE KAV T5i34? 

NORBERG JARON B 
NOROES KAYE LORRAINE 34? 
NOROES VAUGHN EDWARD 162.3*2 
NORDSTROM GARY LEE 320 

NORDSTROM PATRICIA B 395 
NORMAN DAVID RRUCE 362 

NORMAN RONALD ALLEN 395 

NORMAN VERNAL GARTH 159 

NORMAN GARY REEVE 
NORRIS RALPH 75.395 

MORRIS ELIZABETH ANN 395 
NORRIS GENEAL 

PtORTON ARTHUR DENNIS 153.362 
NORTON JR DON EVAN 
NORTON DALE HENRY 
NORTON GARY BLAINE 362 

NORTON FREDERICK L 
NORTON JUDITH REDO 193*320 

NORTON RICHARD L 162*342 

NORTON RONALO JAMES 395 

NOURSE RICHARD HENRY 98.342 

NOSLER JOHN F JR 
NOVAK STEPHEN FRANK 36? 

NOVAKOVICH STEPHEN G 
NOVAKOVlCH MICHAEL J 
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NOWELL JAMES |RW|N 16? 

NOWELL JULlANNE P 363 

NOYES PATRICIA ANN 143*363 

NUFFER STANTON SMART 3?0 
NUFFER LINDA JEAN 75 

NUNES CAROLYN 395 

NUNES ROBERT LAURENCE 395 
NUSEIBEH NASI8 FAMIM 520 
NUTTALL DRAYTON G 
NUTTALL DAVID DEAN 
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NUTTALL ELLIS LEONARD 
NUTTALL GLADYS JOANNE 
NUTTALL RONALD DEAN J95 
NYE EARL BRENT 320 

NYLAND GLORIA ANN 395 

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OLOROvD JR WILLIAM V 199 
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OLIVER GCOCE tf 362 

OLIVER KATHERINE L 
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OLLERTON CARL ADAMS 
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OLSEN carmen CARSON 

OLSEN CONNIE lEE 

OLSEN DAVID B 

OLSEN DUANE EARL 

OLSEN DON RICHARD 

OLSEN GAENELL 395 

OLSEN GORDON EVANS 

OLSEN JANE 206.3*2* 

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OLSEN JAMES RAPHAEL 223 

OLSON JERRI 

OLSEN JETTE 395 

OLSEN KETTE ANN 

OLSEN LEA 68* 75< 

OLSEN LOIS LOUISE 399 

OLSEN MELVIN EUGENE 

OLSEN MERlLEE JOY 342 

OLSEN OSCAR DARWIN 320 

OLSEN PATRICIA 34? 

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OLSEN ROSS 395 

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OLSEN TERRY JOHNSON 

OLSEN TAMARA 131.3*7 

OLSON BEVERLY 3?^ 

OLSON RRENDA JOAN 363 

OLSON OUANE ARVIL 3*2 

OLSON DIANE BAXTER T5*150( 

OLSON OIANE BAXTER 395 

OLSON EDWARD JOHN 363 

OLSON GRANT lEh| 

OLSON HAROLD CARP 

OLSON IlENE JOYCE 75.363 

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OLSON KENYON ROBERT 

OLSON JAMES K 

OLSON JERRI 342 

OLSON JACKIE 137 

OLSON KARE-* LYNN 321 

OLSON LEA 69 

OLSON MARY HARRIS 

OLSON MARY ANNE 67.153 

OLSON MARYANN 110.15C 

XSON MARYANN 395 

OLSON MARYANN 399 

OLSON ROGEa EUGENE 

OLSON RALPH PAin. 

OMAN CARLENE MARY 395 

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NEIL JUDY ANN 

ONGMAN SUSAN JOY 399 

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OPENSHAW ORCHID MARIE 342 

OPENSHAW RONALD mEPlE 

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ORCHARD STEPHEN Of AN 
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ORD JOHN CRAIG 
ORD RICHARO NEIL 
ORO SHARON FAVE 
ORMAN DEE ANN 
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ORME FRED HERMAN 
ORME STANFORD m(Rl|N 
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ORR EDWIN COROFLL 
ORR CONNIE SUE 
ORR RALPH ODFLL 
ORTON DENNIS NEFF 
ORTON ARNOLT MERLE 
ORTON JOHN WILLIAM 
ORTON ROBERT Fram 
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OSS PATRICIA LOUISE 
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OSTLER ELVIN ARTHUR 
OSTLER FLOYD LAVELL 
OSTLER KATHLEEN 
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OSTLER JOHN TAYLOR 
OSTLER GLENN L 
OSTLER MARC I A LYNNE 
OSTLER NELLIE N 
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OSTLUND KAREN ANN 
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OWENS LYNN JAY 
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PAULSON JEAM R 
PAYNE ALLEN 
PAXMAN CRAIG WILLIAM 
PAXMAN DAVID ALGER 
PAXTON R08FRT CHARLES 
PAYNE DONNA 
PAYNE DONALD LEE 
PAYNE HARRY VERN 
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PETERSON NORMA P 
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POWELL LEON ANGUS 
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POWELL RONNIE JEANNE 
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POWELL ROBERT B 
POWELL THOMAS CORWIN 
POWELL WILLIAM WAYNE 
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PRATT JOHN LEON 
PRATT LOIS JEAN 
PRATT LINDA LEE 
PRATT MARY ELEANOR 
PREDIGER CAROL ANN 
PREATOR FRANZA NADINE 
PRENGEL ROGER DELANO 
PRESCOTT PATRICIA ANN 
PRESTON CAROLE JUNE 
PRESTON DONALD REED 
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PRESTWICH EARL J 
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RASMUSSEN LEE CHARLES 
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RAWCLIFFE WILLIAM E 
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RAWLINGS LLOYO F 
RAWLINGS JEANETTE C 
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WARRIER GROVINOA R 
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WARREN SHARON 
WARTENA SCOTT ARNOLD 
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WARwOOO LINOA 
WASOEN DOUGLAS F 
WASOEN FRANCIS D 
WASMflURN ALAN TTRUS 
WASHBURN JUDITH 
WASHBURN LAUREL KAY 
WASHBURN REVIS L 
HASMfluRN WILLIAM T 
WATERS LESLIE m49|lYN 
WATERS MAK LEROY 
WATERS nELVIN C 
WATERS MARILYN 
WATKINS CAROL MARIE 
WATKINS BEVERLY 
WATKINS J|MM|E PARKS 
WATKINS JAMES CLARK 
WATKINS MARILYN R 
WATSON CONSTANCE RAE 
WATSON DWAVNE C 
WATSON KAREN AFTON 
WATSON LORRAINE 
WATSON MARY LORRAINE 
WATT GERALD OEE 
WATT JOHN W 
WATT OAVIO LEO 
WATT DIANE 
WATTERSON JUOITh 
WATTS CARWIN L 
WATTS BLAINE HARVEY 
WATTS DONALD A 
WATTS EVERETT havfs 
WATTS EOYTH ANN 
WATTS JANICE KAY 
WATTS MARY JEAN 
WATTS MARY LYN 
WATTS STEPHEN OAVIO 
WATMENT STEPHANIE 
WAVMfQE FRANCES 
WAVMFNT STEPHANIE 
WEAVER ADDIF IRENE 
WEAVER BETTY JANE 
WEAVER GEORGE wlLLIAM 
WEAVER PATRICIA D 
WEAVER MARGARET JANE 
WEAVER STANLEY TOOO 
WEAVER PATRICIA LYNNE 
WEBB FMALOU 
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WEBB LOLA MARJORIE 
WEBB MARARET 
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WEDOINGTON ROBERT A 
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WEEONAN MARIE ALAVNE 
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WEESE SANORA LYNNE 
wEIGEL nary CATHERINE 
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WEIGHT r.EORGF LAMAR 
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WEIGHT MARJORIE 
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WELCH AHARON OELORIS 
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WELLS DAVID MERNERT 
WELLS IVYL WILLIAM 
WELLS GARY RAY 
WELLS FLOYD ROLAND 
WELLS LEONARD ROILANO 
WELLS JUOITH ANN 
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WELLS RICHARO ARurF 
WELLS RAMONA GAIL 
WENGREEN EARt. WAYNE 
WENT? CRAIG VERNON 
WERNER DfAN J 
WESENBFRG MOSSl 
WEST rALVIN WILLIAM 
WEST FftRRIN W 
WEST FMFRSnN ROY 
WEST HfRSCHFt. JOSEPH 
WEST JAMES FOWIN 
WEST JEANNrNE 
WEST KATHLFFN M 
WEST LOWELL SHELL 
WEST NORMA LEE 
WEST ROBERT DALE 
WEST SHFRYL MFLINOA 
WEST STANLEY RAY 
WEST VANCF JOEL 
WESTRROFr nifANF J 
WESTflROOr flARRARA LOU 
WESTENSKOW ALLEN JO|F 
WESTENSKOW JUOITH ANN 
WESTGARO SALLY 
WESTON GLENN 
WESTON GLFNN CARROLL 
WeSTf.ARn SARAH A 
WESTMAN WAYNE CLARK 
WESTON ANITA 
WESTON LFOLA VIVIAN 
WESTOVFR CAROL 
WESTOVFR CAROL 
WESTOVER JON VAL 
WESTOVFR IfYLE JAY 
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WESTOVER VICTOR P 
WESTOVEP PORFRT N 
WESTPHAL JOYCE MARIF 
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WHFFLFR BflPRY GLFNN 
WHFFLEP CAROL 
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WHFFLFR DORFTTA C 
WHFELFR JOFLLFN 
WHFFLEP JAMES H 
WHFELFR Jljni TH KAY 
WHFFLFR JUriY 
WHFELFR PAMFLA 
WHFELOCt CAROL ANN 
WHFELOCr FUGENF IFF 
WHFFLFR RITA LORRAINE 
WHFFLWRIGHT MAPGARFT 
WHFELWPIGHT PFG 
WHFTMAN RONALD LFROY 
WHETSTONE JOAN ARLFFN 
WHFTTFN JOHN CARLOS 
WHETTFN JOHN 
WHFTTFN AMANOA JEAN 
WHIMPFY BARRARA ANN 
WHIMPEY ROBERT JAY 
WHIPPLE LYLF RAY 
WHIPPLE JOYCF 
WHIPPLE TIMOTHY S 
WHIPPLE VIOLA 
WHITAKFR CAROL LFF 
WHITA»rFR KAY 
WHITAKFR JANFT 
WHITArFR ROBERT 
WHITAKER RICHARO M 
WHITAKER ROBERT ROYCF 
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WHITFHOUSE CONNIE L 
WHITEHOUSF CONNIE 
WHITFLOCK MAC ARTHUR 
WHITESIDFS MARGARFT A 
WHITFSIDFS PAUL DAVID 
WHITES JUDITH LYNN 
WHITING EUGENE J 
WHITING DICK R 
WHITING HARRIET PANAF 
WHITING KRISTINF 
WHITING JAMFS WILLIAM 
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WHITLOCK LOYD CLARK 
WHITNEY LORFNF JOAN 
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WIGNALL JOHN T JP 
WIGHT HAROLD D 
WIGHT GORDON MERRILL 
WIGHT JOHN HARVFY 
WIGHT PEGGY ANN 
WIGHTMAN JANICE 
WIGHTMAN LINDA 
WIGHTMAN PHILIP COY 
WIGNALL SHARI 
WIGNALL SHARI K 
WILCOCK ROBERT ORVEL 
WILCOCK KEITH D 
WILCOX DIANE 
WILCOX GERALD ALLEN 
WiLCOX KARLA JEANNE 
WlLCOX MARILYN 
WILCOCK NYLA 
WILCOX ROBERT EARL 
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WiLDE WALDO ORTON 
WILDING DAVID PRESTON 
WiLFORD JOHN S JR 
WlLEY ALMA GRANT 
WILEY MELVIN LEE 
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WiLHFLMY DONALD FRED 
WILHELMY SUSAN RFNEF 
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WILKERSON LILUtE 
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WILKINS MAPY LYNNF 
WILKINS MERLE KAY H 
WILKINS PHFLPS W 
WILKINS STEVEN RAY 
WILKINSON DAVID L 
WILKINSON HAROLD L 
WlLK INSON HFRBFRT L 
WILKINSON MILTON J 
WtLK'INSON ROSEMARY 
WILKINSON STFVE B 
WILKS KENNETH WILEY 
WILKINSON SUSAN 
WILLARD RANDELL W 
WiLLAPDSON DON JAMFS 
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WILLARDSON JOHN DAVID 
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WILLEY RICHARD S 
WILLIAMS ALAN M 
WILLIAMS BETTY 
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WILLIAMS FREDERICK A 
WILLIAMS GARY SHFLTON 
WILLIAMS GAD LFF 
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WILLIAMS HOMFR LYNN 
WILLIAMS JOYE 
WILLIAMS JANET 
WILLIAMS JAMBS V 
WILLIAMS JOANNE 
WILLIAMS JOHN A 
WILLIAMS JOHN KENT 
WILLIAMS JOHN ALAN 
WILLIAMS KENNETH L 
WILLIAMS KAY M 
WILLIAMS LAPRY R 
WILLIAMS LINDA B 
WILLIAMS LOIS 
WILLIAMS MARJEAN 
WILLIAMS MAXINE H 
WILLIAMS MICHAEL DAY 
WILLIAMS MYRLA 
WILLIAMS NANCY ARNOLD 
WILLIAMS NANCY LOU 
WILLIAMS NELSON GLFNN 
WILLIAMS ORIAN MILLER 
WILLIAMS PAUL LAVAUN 
WILLIAMS RAMA 
WILLIAMS RICHARD G 
WILLIAMS ROBERT E 
WILLIAMS SHIRLEY ANN 
WILLIAMS STANLEY S 
WILLIAMS THOMAS EDGAR 
WILLIAMS VILA JEAN 
WILLIAMS VILA 
WILLIAMSON JEAN CAROL 
WILLIAMSON JEANETTF 
WILLIS JOAN REBECCA 
WILLIS KELLAND H 
WILLIS JEFFREY H 
WiLLlS JUOITH KAY 
WILLTS NAOMI JOYCE 
WILMOTH JOY KATHLEEN 
WILMOTH CAROLYN FAYE 
WILSON ALFRED EUGENE 
WiLSON ANNE HELEN 
WILSON ARNOLD 
WILSON BRUCE BURTON 
WiLSON B066Y RUDOLPH 
WILSON CURTIS PATRICK 
WILSON OAVID LELAND 
WiLSON OELBERT RAY 
WILSON ENOSA lESE 
WILSON GARY REED 
WILSON IDA 
WiLSON HYRUM FARRFLL 
WILSON HARVEY LYNN 
WILSON HERBERT LESLIE 
WILSON JAMES ALBERT 
WILSON JACOUELINE M 
WILSON JESSE LAVERN 



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WILSON JOHN MONT 
WILSON JUDITH LEE 
WILSON LORIN DEAN 
WILSON LORRAINE KAY 
WILSON MARILYNNE DEE 
WILSON MAURICE DEVON 
WILSON MONTE DALE 
WILSON ROBERT EARL 
WILSON ROBERT EDWARD 
WILSON ROSS ROUNOY 
WILSON SHARON LOUISE 
WILSON STEVEN BOYOEN 
WILSON WARD PORTER 
WILSTEAO JIMMIE D 
WlLTBANK ARVIN GLEN 
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WIMMFR CAROL GWEN 
WIMMER PHYLLIS ARLENE 
WlMMER ROBERT OSMOND 
WILLIAM WINDER 
WINDSOR WILLIAM D 
WINOLEY ROBERT VERN 
WINDER JOHN BYRON 
WINCOTT KENDRA 
WINDER PHYLLIS C 
WINDER KATHRYN CANNON 
WINDER WILL lAM W 
WINEGAR GARY H 
WINEGAR SHARON 
WINEGAR THEA WESTBERG 
WINFIELD ROBERT ELI 
WING GRACE CALL 
WING LINDA 
WING JOHN H JR 
WING SHARON LAVONNE 
WINGEIELD JUDITH L 
WINKEL RICHARD HENRY 
WINKLER BERNARD UDELL 
WINKLER HAROLD JUNIOR 
WINKLER WILLIAM OWEN 
WINNETT MARY ANN 
WINNER ANDREA N 
WINSCOT DOUGLAS HE8ER 
WINSTON SHEILA MAXINE 
WINTER DIANNE 
WINTERS BRUCE BURTON 
WINTERS EVAN BURTON 
WINTERTON DOYLE W 
WINTERTON MARILYN 
WIQUEST GAIL ANDRA 
WISCOMBE WILLIAM 
WISCOMBE STEPHEN C 
WISER MARCIA 
WISEMAN BARBARA KAY 
WISEMAN SHIRLEY ANN 
WISHART BARRY JOSEPH 
WISTISEN MARTIN J 
WISTENSEN MARTIN 
WITHERSPOON GARY JAY 
WITT GERALD ROBERT 
WITT KENNETH W 
WITTORF JOHN H 
WITTWER JON PAUL 
WITTWER CELIA 
WITTWER FAYE 
WIXOM NELOA MARY 
WOFFINDEN ANNA JOY 
WOFFINOEN ANNA JOY 
WOLD LARRY RICHARD 
WOLMART WILLIAM 
WOLFOflO PEGGY ANNETTE 
WOLSEY RONALD WAYNE 
WOLTHUIS HENRY BOYD 
WONG K IN PONG 
WONG CHEE YtNG 
WONG CHONG FONG 
WOOD NINA ELAINE 
WOOD BENJAMIN WILLIAM 
WOOD BYARD DEAN 
WOOD ELAINE 
WOOD ELIZABETH ANN 
WOOD FRANCES R M 
WOOD HAROLD WAYNE 
WOOD HENRY CARWIN JR 
WOOD JUDY LEE 
WOOD JEANLOUISE 
WOOD JACOUALINE MARIE 
WOOD KATHLEEN 
WOOD LARRY EUGENE 
WOOD MILTON BLAINE 
WOOD ORION HOWARD 
WOOD RICHARD KENNETH 
WOOD RICHARD W 
WOOD WALTER REX 
WOOD WILLIAM 
WOOOARO GORDON 
WOOOARO LAWRENCE E 
WOODBURY BETTY LEE 
WOODBURY RICHARD 
WOODBURY SHARON LEE 
WOODHOUSE TED HANSEN 
WOODLAND FRANK M 
WOODRUFF GAILE 
WOODRUFF CAROLYN 
WOODRUFF CAROLYN 
WOODRUFF NEDROUGH W 
WOODS LORA JEAN 
WOODS N LAMONT 
WOODSIOE SHARL ANN 
WOODWARD DON C RLO 
WOODWARD DON 
WOODWARD LOWELL 
WOODWARD MICHAEL C 
WOODWARD MICHAEL LYNN 
WOODWARD JOHN LOWELL 
WOODWARD JOHN 
WOODWORTH WARNER PEAY 
WOOLENSACK ERMA JEAN 
WOOLEY GENE PAUL 
WOOLLEY DONALD JEX 
WOOLLEY EARL MADSEN 
WOOLLEY KAREN 
WOOLLEY SHARON 
WOOLSTENHULME JUDITH 
WOOLSTENHULME BRUCE R 
WOOTTEN PAUL BATES 
WOOTTON DIANNE KAY 
WOOTTON PHILIP BERT 
WOOTTON NOALL THURBER 
WOOTTON WILLIAM S 
WORKING SANDRA DARYL 
WORKMAN DORIS LARSON 
WORKMAN LEE 
WORKMAN LINDA LOUISE 
WORKMAN WILLIAM S 
WORKMAN SHAUNA 
WORKMAN STANLEY ROSS 
WORMALD LINDA MAY 
WORLTON THOMAS GROVER 



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WORTHAM ELMER DEAN 
WORTHEN GENE 
WORTHEN PATRICIA N 
WORTHINGTON J KARL 
WOTHERSPOON JENNYLEA 
WORTON MELVIN E 
WRATHALL DIANE L 
WRATHALL CHARLOTTE 
WRATHALL ROSEMARY ANN 
WRIDE CHARLES HAYWARD 
WRIDE MAUREEN ANN 
WRIDE JUDITH LYNNE 
WRIOER JOHN 
WRIGBY ROSE 
WRIDE SHIRLEY JONES 
WRIGHT CONNIE 
WRIGHT CLAIR ANN 
WRIGHT CAROL LYNN 
WRIGHT CHADWIN S 
WRIGHT DELORA EDITH 
WRIGHT DAVID GEORGE 
WRIGHT DALE MERVIN 
WEIGHT DELORA 
WRIGHT DONALD LELLAND 
WRIGHT EARLENE 
WRIGHT EDITH 
WRIGHT FRANCES T 
WRIGHT GERALD DEAN 
WRIGHT GEARLD LEWIS 
WRIGHT IRVIN COWAN 
WRIGHT JAMES OWEN 
WRIGHT JAMES STEPHEN 
WRIGHT JUDITH ANN 
WRIGHT JULIE ANN 
WRIGHT KENNETH D 
WRIGHT KIRK LUDLOW 
WRIGHT LELAND HEINER 
WRIGHT MAPI LYN I 
WRIGHT MURRY JEROME 
WRIGHT NORMAN DALE 
WRIGHT OWEN DREW 
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WRIGHT PATRICIA 
WRIGHT RAYMOND S 111 
WRIGHT RAEANN BEULAH 
WRIGHT ROGER LANE 
WRIGHT ROBERT L 
WRIGHT SIDNEY WILSON 
WRIGHT WILLIE LEE 
WRIGHT WAYNE MORRIS 
WRIGLEY MARVIN 
WRIGHT WILLIAM G 
WRIGHT WILLIAM DALE 
WRIGLEY CAROL JEAN 
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WUOEL JOHN ANTHONY 
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WURSTEN LINDA ANN 
WYCHERLY JUDITH ANN 
WYCHERLY MADELYN 
WYLIE WILLIAM ANDREW 
WYNN RUSSELL D 
WYSS EILEEN LORETTA 



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YAMADA CONNIE 
YAMAGUCHI N08UK0 
YAMADA IKUKO 
YAMAYATA GENE HIROSHI 
YANCY BETTY SMOKE 
YANCEY HUGH STEPHEN 
YANCEY IVAN WILLIAM 
YANCEY LUCILLE 
YANCEY WILLIAM ELVIE 
YANK SUSAN H 
YANCEY STEVEN ANTHONY 
YANCEY SHARON LYNNE 
YARRO RALPH JAMES 
YASHKO PAUL 
YATES ELEANOR 
YATES JOSEPH RICHARD 
YATES CAROL LYNETTE 
YATES CHRISTINA IRENE 
YATES MARLENE 
YEARSLEY MERLE LOUISE 
YEAGER MARSHA RAE 
YEATES CAROLYN BEE 
YERKE JEANNE RENEE 
YERKE JEANNE 
YLST MARJO LEIN 
YORGASON VANJA LOUISE 
YORGASON LAURENCE M 
YORGASON SANDRA JOAN 
YOSE CONSTANCE 
YOST FAY LOUISE 
YOUO T LESLIE 
YOUO JOHN D 
YOUNG BETTY ANN 
YOUNG DEWAYNE 
YOUNG OUANE MAR 
YOUNG EVELYN LEIMOMI 
YOUNG JR HARVEY W 
YOUNG JAMES 
YOUNG JAMES LOVE 
YOUNG JAMES WINSLOW 
YOUNG JUDITH ANN 
YOUNG KATHLEEN I 
YOUNG KAREN SANDRA 
YOUNG LEONARD DEWAYNE 
YOUNG LESLIE ALFRED 
YOUNG LINDA MAE 
YOUNG LYNNETTE 
YOUNG MARGARET FIDILA 
YOUNG MARVIN DEE 
YOUNG NANCY ELLEN 
YOUNG PHYLLIS JEAN 
YOUNG RICHARD LEE 
YOUNG ROBERT SILAS 
YOUNG SHARON 
YOUNG SHERflILL F 
YOUNG VERN MAESER 
YOUNGREEN ERWIN PAUL 
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