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^arontawan 1968 

Mansfield State College 
Mansfield. Pennsylvania 



LINDA KLEPPINGElP- Edii^. 

emWACeSNYDER - Assistant Editor 
PATRICIA PALMER - Assistant Editor 
DR. MILDRED MENGE - Advisor 
MR. ALFRED KJELCAARD - Advisor 
MRS. ESTER JONES - Advisor 



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It is a great privilege to be President of Mansfield State College. 

Mrs. Bryan and I are grateful for the opportunity to work with the members 
of the Board of Trustees, faculty, and students in our mutual desire to make 
Mansfield a highly respected institution of higher learning in the Commonwealth 
of Pennsylvania. 

We appreciate the friendly attitude of the students. It is always a pleasure 
to associate with them in their many and varied activities. It is encouraging 
to know that our students are making a concerted effort to increase scholarship 
at our College. This will pay great dividends for the individual student and 
the institution in years to come. 

Mrs. Bryan and I enjoy the professional and social contacts we have with 
all the employees of the College. 

The business-like way in which the official Board members approach their 
responsibilities give assurance of stability within the entire institution. All of 
us, students, faculty members and administration, appreciate the support we 
receive from each member of the Board of Trustees. 

And last but not least, Mrs. Bryan and I are delighted with the wonderful 
response of the community toward the College. Uur association with the Bor- 
ough officials and many fine citizens give us a sense of pride in our efforts to 
cooperate with each other. 



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President Fred E. Bryan, Paul Conner, Richard Marshall, Fred Jupenlaz, Robert E. Farr, Esq., Donald P. Gill, Milford 
Paris, A. F. Snvder. 



Board of Trustees 



To this loyal group of friends we are grateful. Their efforts have aided in making Mansfield 
State College an expanding and productive institution in the Commonwealth's system of higher edu- 
cation. 




MEMBERS OF THE 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Fred Jupenlaz, Chairman 

Paul Conner 

Robert E. Farr, Esq. 

Donald P. Gill 

Jo Hays 

Richard Marsliall 

Margaret McMillen, Secretary 

Milford Paris 

A. F. Snyder, Vice Chairman 



Mrs. Jupenlaz, Dr. Bryan, Mr. Jupenlaz, and Mrs. Bryan 
at the Honors Tea. 



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Dean of 
Academic Affairs 



DR. S, M. SCHMITZ 



B, M. , Lawrence College 
M.M. , Northwestern University 
Ph. D., Northwestern University 



Assistant Dean of 
Academic Affairs 



THOMAS J, COSTELLO 



B.S. , Shippensburg State College 
M.S. , Bucknell University 
Doctoral Candidate, 

Pennsylvania State University 




Dean of Student Affairs 




DR. LAURENCE H. SNIVELY 
A.B. , Texas Technological 

College 
M. Ed., Texas Technological 

College 
Ed. D., University of Colorado 



Director of Admissions 



LEON E. LUNN 

B.S. , Mansfield State College 
M. Ed.. St. Bona venture 
University 



Director of Student Teaching 
and Placement 




DR. RICHARD M. WILSON 
B. S. , Mansfield State College 
M. Ed. , Pennsylvania State 

University 
D. Ed., Pennsylvania State 

University 




Dean of Graduate Studies 



DR. CHARLES E. WUNDERLICH 
B.M. , Eastman School of Music 
M.M, , University of Michigan 
Ph. D., University of Michigan 




Dean of Liberal Arts Dean of Teacher Education 



DR. CHARLES H. HOLMES 
B. S. , Utah State University 
M.S., Utah State University 
D.S. S. , Syracuse University 



DR. CLARENCE R. MUTCHLER 
B.S., Lock Haven State College 
M.S. Ed., Bucknell University 
D. Ed., Pennsylvania State University 





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Dean of Women 



Dean of Men 





ESTHER C. ROBERTS 
A. B. , Vassar College 
Graduate Study, Bucknell 
University 



VV, M. HURLEY 

B.S, , Lock Haven State College 

M. Ed., Pennsylvania State University 

Graduate Study, Syracuse University 



Assistant Dean 
of Women 



Assistant Dean 
of Women 



Assistant Dean 
of Men 



Assistant Dean 
of Men 



MOLLY R. SXIVELY 
B.S., Salem State College 
M, A. , Syracuse University 
Graduate Study, Columbia 
University 



ELEANOR E, STARKEY 
B.S. , West Chester State 

College 
M.S., University of 

Pennsylvania 



ROD C, KELCHNER 
B. S. , Bloomsburg State College 
M.S., Bucknell University 
Graduate Study, Alfred University 
and Mansfield State College 



FRANCIS J, KOLLAR 
B.S. , St. Vincent College 
Graduate Study, Pennsylvania 
State University and 
Millersville State College 





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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 
of ADMISSIONS 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 

of 

STUDENT TEACHING and PLACEMENT 




COLLEGE LIBRARIAN 



MR. JAMES CARLSON 

B,S. , Mansfield State College 

M.A. , Bucknell University 




JAMES SIMONIS 
A.B. , Findlay College 
M. L. S. . Pratt Institute 



DR. CLARENCE HUNSICKER 
B.S. , Bloomsburg State College 
M.S. Ed., Bucknell University 
D. Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University 



BUSINESS 

MANAGER 

Mr. King Rose 



ASSISTANT 

BUSINESS 

MANAGER 

Mr. John Good 



DIRECTOR of 

PUBLIC 

RELATIONS 

Mrs. Lois Messersmith 



REGISTRAR 
Mrs. Marie Myers 





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Music 





JOHN BAYNES, Chairman 



B. S. , Mansfield State College 
M. Mus., University of Michigan 
Mus, A.D., Boston University 



The music department, as its main emphasis, prepares 
teachers of music for the public schools of the Common- 
wealth. It provides a spirited program of curricular and 
extracurricular activities. In addition to concerts given by 
the bands, choruses, and orchestra, numerous recitals are 
performed by faculty members and students, and two major 
productions a year are presented by the Opera Workshop. At 
football games the Mountie Marching Band adds a note of 
spirit and color. Any student, regardless of major area of 
study, may audition for positions in the music organizations. 
The degrees offered by the music department are Bachelor of 
Science in Music Education, Bachelor of Liberal Arts with an 
area of specialization in music, and on the graduate level a 
Master of Education with a major in Music Education. 



Florence R. Borkey 
A;sociate Professor; B. M. , 
Eastman School of Music; 
B.S., Westchester; M.A. 
Columbia University 



David J. Dick 
Associate Professor; B. S. , 
Ithaca College; M.M. , 
Butler University; Doctoral 
Candidate, Indiana 
University 



Irwin Borodkin 
Associate Professor; A. B. , 
University of Miami; 
M.A., Teachers College , 
Columbia University; Prof. 
Diploma, Columbia 
University 

Dr. John G. Doyle 
Professor; B. A., College 
of Charleston; Diploma, 
Julliard School of Music; 
M.A. , Columbia Uni- 
versity; Ph. D. , New York 
University 




Florence R. Borkey 



Irwin Borodkin 



David J. Dick Dr. John G. Doy 



Kathryn Dyck Bertram W. Francis 
Instructor; B. S. , Kutztown Professor; B.M.E., North- 
State College; B.M. , western University; M.M. 
V/estminster Choir College; Northwestern University 
M. A. , University of 
Pennsylvania 



Dr. William A. Goode Dr. Helen I. Henry 

Professor; B. S. , Auburn Professor; B. S, M. E. , 

,, . „ ,, , University of Illinois; 

University: B. M. and m_m_ ^ iflinoij wesleyan 

M. M. , Birmingham -South- University; Ph. D., North- 
ern College Conservatory; western University 
Ph.D. , Indiana University 






Kathryn Dyck Bertram W. Francis Dr. William A. Goode Dr. Helen 1. Hem 




Dr. W. Kent Hill 
Professor; B.M., Oberlin 
College; M.M. . A.M.D. 
Eastman School of Music 



Dr. Benjamin F. Husted 
Professor; B. S. , Mansfield 
State College; M. Ed. , 
Temple University; Ph. D. 
Eastman School of Music 



Wikon W. Hsueh 
Instructor; B.A. , Hong 
Kong; F.T.C.L., Trinity 
College of Music, London; 
L.R.S.M., Royal School 
of Music, London 

Eugene Jones 
Professor; B. S. , Southwest 
Missouri State College; 
M.M. , Eastman School of 
Music 



Dr. W. Kent Hill Wilson Hsueh Dr. Benjamin F. Husted Eugene Jones 




James Keene Marjorie Kemper Richard Kemper Christine Lewis 



James Keene 
Associate Professor; B. M. , 
Eastman School of Music; 
M.M. Ed., Wayne State 
University; Doctoral 
Candidate, University of 
Michigan 

Richard Kemper 
Associate Professor; 
B.M.E. , University of 
Evansville; M.M.E. , 
Indiana University; Doctor 
of Music in Vv'ood winds, 
Indiana University 



Marjorie Kemper 
Assistant Professor; 
B.M.E. , University of 
Evansville; M.M.E. , 
Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Indiana 



Christine Lewis 
Associate Professor; B. S. 
Missouri University; 
Diploma, Cincinnati 
Conservatory of Music; 
M.M., Northwestern 
University 




Konrad Owens 
Instructor; B.A. , B. M. , 
Oberlin College; M.M*. ', 
Michigan State University 



Angeline Schmid 
Assistant Professor; B. M. , 
Eastman School of Music; 
M.M. , University of 
Colorado 



J. Wayne Rusk 
Associate Professor; B.M. , 
Cincinnati Conservatory of 
Music; M.M., Cincinnati 
Conservatory of Music; 
Doctoral Candidate, 
Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Indiana 

Donald A. Stanley 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , 
Ohio State University; 
M.F.A., Ohio University 



Konrad Owens J. Wayne Rusk 



Angeline Schmid Donald A. Stanley 




Richard N. Talbot Laura R. Titus 



Jack Wilcox 



Dr. Charles E. 
Wunderlich 



Joyce C. Wunderlich 
Assistant Professor; B.M. 
Houghton College; M.S. 
Ithaca College 




Richard N. Talbot 
Assistant Professor; B.A. , 
Iowa State Teachers 
College; M.M.E., Drake 
University; Doctoral 
Candidate, University of 
Wyoming 

Jack Wilcox 
Assistant Professor; B. S. , 
Mansfield State College; 
M. M. , University of 
Michigan 



Edwin Zdzinski 
Associate Professor; B. S. , 
Fredonia State Teachers 
College; M.A., Teachers 
College, Columbia 
University 



Laura R. Titus 
Assistant Professor; B. M. , 
M. A. , State University of 
Iowa; Graduate Study, 
Ohio State University 



Dr. Charles E. Wunderlich 
Professor; B.M. , Eastman 
School of Music; M.M. , 
Ph. D., University of 
Michigan 



Joyce C. Wunderlich Edwin Zdzinski 



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Hollyce C. Barr, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
Pennsylvania State 
University 



Mary M. Brace, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S. , Mans- 
field State Col. ; 
M.Ed. , Perm. 
State Univ. ; Doc- 
toral Cand. , Penn. 
State University 




Mary A. Gaydos, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.S. , Col. 
Misericordia; 
M.Ed. , Penn. 
State Univ. ; Grad- 
uate Study, Penn. 
State University 



Norma S. 
Howland, Instruc- 
tor; B.S. , Mans- 
field State College 



Kaiherine E. 
Keller, Associate 
Professor; B. S. , 
Pennsylvania State 
University; M. S. 
Pennsylvania State 
University 






Ruth H. Kovich, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
Mansfield State 
College; M.Ed. , 
Pennsylvania State 
University 



Johanna A. Kulick, 
Assistant Professor; 
B. S. , Marywood 
College; M.Ed. , 
Pennsylvania State 
University 



Elizabeth A. 
Lupkowski, In- 
structor; R. N. , 
St. Joseph's 
Hospital; B.S. , 
College Miseri- 
cordia 




Janet S. 

McMullen, Assist- 
ant Professor; B. S., 
Mt. St. Scholastica 
College; M.Ed. , 
Pennsylvania State 
University 



Helen B. Martin, 
Instructor; A. B. , 
Elmira College; 
A.M., University 
of Illinois 



Jeannette B. Rose, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
Mansfield State 
College 





Dr. Helen P. Shinner, 
Professor; B. S. , 
Univ. of Miami; 
M.S. , Penn. St. 
Univ. ;Ph. D., 
Purdue University 



Louise Smith, As- 
sistant Professor; 
B.S., Mansfield 
State College; 
M. A., Columbia 
University 



Amelia J. Tolosky, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
St. Teachers Col., 
Indiana, Pa. ; M. S., 
St. Univ. Col., 
Plattsburgh, N.Y. 



Home 
Economics 



Home Economics Education provides for liberal studies designed to 
elevate taste, to cultivate values, and to develop the capacity for 
logical thinking. Home Economics is focused on home and family life 
marked by mobility, affluence, leisure, and young parenthood. The 
majority of women will be both homemaker and wage earner. Higher 
education in home economics affords preparation for the several roles 
of the home economics teacher, the homemaker and contributor to 
society in the local, national and world community. 




DR. LILLA C. HALCHIN, 
Chairman 
S. , State University of 
New York at Buffalo 
M. S, , Cornell University 
Ph. D. , Pennsylvania 
State University 




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Marion S. Bennett, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S. , Mans- 
field State Col. ; 
M. A. , Columbia 
Univ. ; Doctoral 
Cand. at Penn. 
State University 




Dr. Margaretta M. 
Bone, Professor; 
B. S. , Bloomburg 
State College; 
M. Ed. , Pennsyl- 
vania State Uni- 
versity; Ed. D. , 
New York Univ. 



Dr. John C. 
Heaps. Associate 
Professor; B.S. , 
Lock Haven State 
Col. ; M.Ed. , 
Penn. State Univ. ; 
D.Ed. , Penn. 
State University 



Dr. Mary E. 
Heltibridle, Pro- 
fessor ; B.S. , 
Temple Univ. ; 
M. A. , George 
Washington Univ. 
Ed.D. , George 
Washington Univ. 






Dr. C. L. 
Hunsicker, Pro- 
fessor; B. S. , 
Bloomsburg State 
Col. ; M.S. , 
Bucknell Univ. ; 
D.Ed. , Penn. 
State University 



Dr. Verne G. 
Jeffers, Professor; 
B.S. , St. Univ. 
Col. , Potsdam, 
New York; M.S., 
St. Univ. Col. , 
Potsdam; Ed.D. , 
St. Univ. of N.Y. 



Elementary 
Education 



The Elementary Education Curriculum, leading to the 
degree of Bachelor of Science in Education and state certifi- 
cation, entitles the holder to teach in the elementary schools 
of the Commonvvrealth of Pennsylvania. 

Prospective elementary teachers receive a broad general 
education; concentration is chosen to gain depth as well as 
breadth of preparation. 

The elementary program provides opportunity for student - 
teaching and participation experiences. 



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Esther Jones 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , 
Mansfield State College; 
M.Ed., Pennsylvania 
State University 

Jeanne Kellerman 
Associate Professor; B. S. , 
East Stroudsburg State 
College; M.Ed. , Pennsyl- 
vania State University 



Catherine M. Kuster 
Assistant Professor; B. S. , 
Bucknell University; B. S. , 
Mansfield State College; 
M. Ed. , Pennsylvania 
State University 

Ruth H. Marsh 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , 
Mansfield State College; 
M. A. , Columbia University 




Robert C. Putt. 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.S. , State 
Univ. Col. at 
Geneseo; M.S., 
St. Univ. at Fre- 
donia. New York' 



Secondary Education 




The Secondary Education Curriculum provides the twofold preparation needed by 
the high school teacher: first, the liberal education, and second, the professional. 

For the liberal education, and for the degree of specialization required for certifi- 
cation, the secondary curriculum is serviced by the academic department. For the 
professional education, students receive instruction in history and philosophy of edu- 
cation, psychological principles underlying learning theory, techniques and methods 
of instruction, and seminars for discussion of the problems confronting teachers. This 
sequence is culminated by a full semester of off-campus student teaching. 



EUCHARD FIN LEY 
Chairman 
Associate Professor; B.S. , Pennsyl- 
vania State University; M. Ed. , 
Pennsylvania State University. 





S. Manford 
Lloyd, Professor; 
B.S. , Mansfield 
State College; 
M.A. , Columbia 
University 




Nora B. Mahoney, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B.S. , Ship- 
pensburg St. Col.; 
M.Ed. , Penn. St. 
Univ. ; Doctoral 
Cand., Penn. St. 
University 



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Dr. Mildred P. 
Menge, Professor; 
B. S. , Lock Haven 
St. Col.; M.Ed., 
Penn. State Univ.; 
Ed.D., Pennsyl- 
vania State Uni- 
versity 




Thomas A. 
Eshelman, In- 
structor; B. S. , 
Clarion State 
College; M.S. , 
Syracuse Univer- 
sity 



Leslie D. Evans, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Mans- 
field State Col- 
lege; M. Ed., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 



Donald R. Geiss, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Mich- 
igan State Uni- 
versity; M. A. , 
Michigan State 
University 



Ronald E. Remy, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.S., Cali- 
fornia State Col- 
lege; M.A., 
West Virginia 
University 



Leslie Vroman, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S., Mans- 
field State Col- 
lege; M. Ed., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 





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JL'DSOX C. LOOMIS 
Chairman 
B.S., Ithaca College; Ms. L.S. , 
Syracuse University School of Li- 
brarv Science 



Library Education 




The Departn^ent of Library Science provides basic instruction in the resources, 
organization, and techniques used within a library. 

A Bachelor of Science in Library Education or a Bachelor of Arts with an area 
of specialization in Library Science may be obtained. 

The program, as a part of teacher education, prepares librarians for the school 
library as a materials center, one of varied media. 



Janet Lee Schmitz, 
Instructor; B. S., Uni- 
versity of Connecti- 
cut; Graduate Study, 
Mansfield State 
College 





Ralph E. Whitnier, 
Assistant Professor; 
A.B. , Wilkes Col- 
lege; Ms. L. S. , Syra- 
cuse University 



Roberta Wills, Assist- 
ant Professor; A. B. , 
Ball State Teachers 
College; M.A. , Ball 
State Teachers 
College 





College 
Librarians 




an S. Kowal, 
.A. , Wayne 
tate University; 
A. Ed. , Wayne 
tate University; 
4.S.L.S. , 
/ayne State 
Iniversity 



Pauline K. 
Borodkin, B.S. , 
University of Mi- 
ami; M.S. L.S. , 
University of 
Southern Cali- 
fornia 



Raleigh DePriest, 
B.S. , Middle 
Tenn. St. Col. ; 
M.A.L.S. , 
George Peabody 
Col. ; M.A. , 
University of 
Michigan 



Karamjit S. 
Sidhu, B.A. , 
Panjab Univ. ; 
M. S. , Kansas 
St. University; 
M.S. L.S. , Kan- 
sas State Teach- 
ers College 



Alberta Tien 
Tai, B.A. , 
Providence Col 
lege; M.A. , 
University of 
Pittsburgh 



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Jed H. Taylor, 
B.S., B.A., Syra- 
cuse Univ. ; 
B.S.L.S., Co- 
lumbia Univ. ; 
M.A., Boston U. ; 
Doct. Cand., 
Univ. of Penn. 



Margaret W. 
Zerby, A.B., 
Bucknell Univ. ; 
B.S.L. S., Drexel 
Institute of Tech- 
nology; M.A., 
Bucknell Uni- 
versity 



Cynthia Duncan, 
B. S. , California 
State College; 
M. S. , University 
of Pittsburgh; 
M.L. S. , Florida 
State University 




Victor J. Klopp, 
M.A. , Univer- 
sity of Toronto; 
M.A.L.S. , Uni- 
versity of Wis- 
consin 



Not Pictured: 
M. C. Scott, 
A. B., Kansas 
Wesleyan Univ. ; 
M.S., Ft. Hays, 
Kansas St. Col. ; 
M. L. S., Univer- 
sity of Oklahoma 



Special Education 



The Department of Special Education aims at providing teachers 
to instruct the type of exceptional child who is mentally retarded. 
By working in conjunction with the Elementary and Secondary Educa- 
tion Departments, the present program enables students to have an 
area of concentration in Special Education. Thus graduates are pre- 
pared to teach both Special Education and their major area in secon- 
dary or elementary education. 

A proposed program which will provide for a Bachelor of Science 
in Special Education is to be evaluated this year. 



Dr. Emery R. Breniman 
B.S., Calif. St. Col. ; 
M.Ed., Westminster 
Col. ; D.Ed., Pennsyl- 
vania State University 



John Kovich 
B. S., Bloonisburg 
State College; M.Ed. 
Pennsylvania State 
University 





DR. RICHARD L. 
SHICK 
Chairman 
B. S., Lock Haven 
State College; M.Ed., 
Pennsylvania State 
University; D. Ed., 
Pennsylvania State 
University 




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Art 



DR. STEPHEN T. BEXCETIC 
Chairman 
Professor; B.S., Youngstown Uni- 
versity; M.A., State University of 
Iowa; M. F.A., State University of 
Iowa; D.Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University. 




Not Pictured: 
Edward B. Stein, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Indiana 
University of 
Penn.; M. A., 
Univ. ofGuana- 
juato 



The Art Education Department, one of the newest of curricula 
offered at Mansfield State College, obtained approval from the De- 
partment of Public Instruction to institute a program for the prepara- 
tion of art teachers September 1, 1967. Currently there are thirty- 
four students majoring in art education. The center of instructional 
activities for the prospective artist -teachers is the second floor of 
Allen Hall containing classrooms, oil and ceramics studios, and of- 
fices. Drawing, design, and sculpture classes are also held in the 
Art Annex on South Academy Street, the hub of activities for the 
Art Club 




George R. Bocz, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
Indiana Univer- 
sity of Pennsyl- 
vania; M. Ed. , 
Pennsylvania 
State University 

Walter Osterfeld 
Associate Professor; 
B.S., Brooklyn Col.; 
M.A., Teachers' Col., 
Columbia Univ.; M. S., 
Hofstra Col.; Diploma, 
N.Y. Sch. of Int. Design 

Dale E. Witherow 
Assistant Professor; 
B. S., Indiana Univ. 
of Pennsylvania; 
M. F. A., Inst. Allende, 
Mexico 



Dr. James G. 
Cecere, Professor; 
B.S. , New Paltz 
State College; 
M.F.A. , Pratt 
Institute; D. Ed. , 
Pennsylvania 
State University 



Dr. Daniel L. 
Kuruna, Professor; 
B. F. A. , Carnegie 
Inst, of Tech. ; 
M. A. , Univ. of 
Pittsburgh; D. Ed. , 
Pennsylvania 
State University 





Public School Nursing 




Margaret G. Jones, Assist- 
ant Professor; R. N., Robert 
Packer Training School; 
B.S., Mansfield State Col- 
lege; Graduate Study, El- 
mira College 




Curriculum Coordinator 





Bruce B. Dimmick, B.S., 
Mansfield State College; 
M. S., Bucknell University 



Edgar L. Lawton, Associ- 
ate Professor; B.S., Mans- 
field State College; M.S., 
Bucknell University, Grad- 
uate Study, Pennsylvania 
State University 




Paul T. Stone, Project 
Director of Upward Bound; 
B.A., Drew University; 
M.A., Syracuse University 




William P. Wanich, In- 
structor; B.S. , Blooms- 
burg State College; M.S. 
Bucknell University 



Data 
Processing 





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Health and Physical Education 




^!elvm A. Dry 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Lock 
Haven State Col- 
lege; M.Ed.. 
Indiana Univer- 
sity of Pennsyl- 
vania 



Helen D. Lutes 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S., East 
StroudsbuiJ State 
College; M.Ed., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 



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M. E. DECKER 
Chairman 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , Univer- 
sity of Illinois; M.Ed. , Pennsyl- 
vania State University 



The Department of Health and Physical Edu- 
cation encourages students to become proficient 
in team and individual sport activities that will 
give a life-long source of happy and pleasurable 
experiences. Skills acquired through the in- 
dividual and basic sports and games activities 
provide varied social situations, fun, and rec- 
reation. 

Students have the opportunity to participate 
in intramural activities, intercollegiate ath- 
letics, women's Sports Day, Varsity "M" Club, 
and the Women's Athletic Association. 



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Robert Maxson, 
B.S., Mansfield 
State College; 
M. A., George 
Peabody College 



Robert H. Moore, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Lock 
Haven State 
College; M.Ed., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 




Ethel M. Moser, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., East 
Stroudsburg State 
College; M.S., 
Bucknell Uni- 
versity 



Henry Shaw, In- 
structor; B. S., 
Lock Haven 
State College 



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Mary Lou Sha\\f, 
Instructor; B. S. , 
Texas College of 
Arts and Indus- 
tries; M. A., 
Candidate, Ithaca 
College 



Edward W. Wilson, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.A. , Bald- 
win-Wallace 
College; M.S. , 
West Virginia 
University 





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LIBERAL ARTS 



Liberal Arts at Mansfield State College, currently in a state of transition, is destined clearly to be- 
come an integral part of the preparation of every student in any curriculum on campus. Liberal Arts 
provides a basic education for every profession, or alternatively, for a continuing self-education follow- 
ing education. It gives meaning to one's philosophical background much as the professions lend support 
to the necessity of employment. To live is to learn; and Vv^ith a liberal education behind him, any stu- 
dent can continue to learn more easily and vv-ith a greater appreciation for his heritage. 




Mathematics 



ROBERT J. BRIDGMAN 
Chairman 
Professor; B.S., Western Michigan 
University; M. A. , University of 
Michigan 



The Mathematics Department offers a variety of courses in pure and applied 
mathematics for general education and for specialization. 

The Arts and Sciences major in math, depending on his interests and ability, 
qualifies for either a position in industry or for the graduate study of mathematics. 

For the Secondary Education major, an appropriate program is offered. In addi- 
tion to those who enter the teaching profession, many students in this curriculum 
choose to continue their study of mathematics at the graduate level or decide to enter 
industry. 

In addition, a mathematics program is offered for all students as a part of their 
general educational background. 





Daniel Chang, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Taiwan 
Provincial Cheng 
Kung Univ.; M. S., 
111. St. University; 
Doct. Candidate, 
Univ. ofOkla. 




Alfred E. 
Kjelgaard, As- 
sociate Professor; 
B. S., Mansfield 
State College; 
M. Ed., Pennsyl- 
vania State Uni- 
versity 



Owen Clark, As- 
sistant Professor; 
B. S., Pennsylvania 
State University; 
M.A.T., Brown 
University 



Jacques D. 
Mumma, Assist- 
ant Professor; 
B. A., Franklin 
and Marshall 
Col.; M.A., Penn. 
State University 



Robert E. Heverly, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S., Lock 
Haven State Col- 
lege; M. S., Buck- 
nell University 




Stanley E. 
Werner, Associate 
Professor; A. A., 
Hersey Jr. Col.; 
B.S., Millersville 
St. Col.; M.A., 
Penn. St. Univ. 




William B. 
Wetherbee, As- 
sociate Professor; 
B.S., Mansfield 
State College; 
M. S., University 
of Illinois 

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Social Science 



The Social Science Department at Mansfield is com- 
posed of the disciplines of history . geography, political sci- 
ence, economics, sociology and anthropology. The Depart- 
ment offers a well-balanced program for prospective teachers 
of history, social studies and geography. For the students in- 
terested in a Liberal Arts education, the Department offers 
majors in history, social science, geography, and will add 
political science in the near future. A broad base of social 
science is provided for general education and a minor for 
students whose interests are in other academic areas. The 
Department develops an interest in the social sciences 
among its students and provides them with skills that will be 
of value to them and to their communities throughout their 
lives. 





DR. GEORGE P. BLUHM 
Chairman 
B.S. , Lock Haven State College; 
M.Ed. , Pennsylvania State Uni- 
versity; D.Ed. , Pennsylvania State 
University 



PsUth M. Billings 
B.S. , Keuka College; 
W.A., Teachers College, 
Columbia 



Robert A. Farrell 
B. S. , Clarion State Col- 
lege; M.A. , University of 
Oklahoma 



Edgar M. Cushard 
B.S. , Mansfield State 
College; M.Ed. , Pennsyl- 
vania State University 



Jay B. Foreman 
A.B. , Pennsylvania State 
University; M.A. , Penn- 
sylvania State University 




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Ruth M. Billings Edgar M. Cushard Robert A. Farrell Jay B. Forem; 





Dr. Walter F. Grimes 
B. S. , Mansfield State Col- 
lege; M. S., Cornell Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Cornell 
University 

Peter W. Hill 
Th. B., Eastern Baptist 
Seminary; A.B., Green- 
ville College; A.M., Brad- 
ley University 



Paul C. Hafer 
B.S., Shippenburg State 
College; M.Ed., Pennsyl- 
vania State University; 
Doctoral Candidate, Ball 
State University 

Elena Lukasz 
B.A., University of Chi- 
cago; M.A., University of 
Chicago 



ir. Walter F. Grimes Paul C. Hafer Peter W. Hill 



Elena Lukasz 




Donald C. MacCain 
B.S., West Chester State 
College; M.Ed., West 
Chester State College 



Robert E. Murphy 
B. S. , California State Col- 
lege; M.A., Villanova 
University 



Dr. Joseph Mehl 
B. A., University of Mary- 
land; M.A., University of 
Maryland; Ph.D., Ameri- 
can University 

Dr. David P. Peltier 
B. A., Kings College; 
Ph. D., University of Dela- 
ware 



onald C. MacCain Dr. Joseph Mehl Robert E. Murphy Dr. David P. Peltier 




William C. Pfaadt 
A.B., Washington and 
Jefferson College; M.A., 
Allegheny College; Grad- 
uate Study, West Virginia 
University 

Dr. W. F. Plankenhorn 
A.B., Bucknell University; 
M.A., Bucknell University; 
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State 
University 



Frederick Piellusch 
B.S., Concordia Teachers 
College; Graduate Study, 
University of Oregon 



Robert B. Revere 
B.A., Roosevelt University; 
M.A., Asia Institute; Doc- 
toral Candidate, New York 
University 



illiam C. Pfaadt Frederick Piellusch Dr. W. F. Plankenhorn Robert B. Revere 




Avery Sheaffer 
B. S . , Ohio State Univer - 
sity; M.A., American 
University 



Dr. Robert P. Sutton 
B.A., Juniata College; 
M.A., William and Mary; 
Ph. D. , University of y ir - 
ginia 



William F. Smith 
B . S . , Alderson -Broaddus 
College; M.A., Kent State 
University 



Solomon Tesman 
A.B,, Brooklyn College; 
M.A., University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley 



Lvery Shaeffer William Smith 



Dr. Robert P. Sutton Solomon Tesman 



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Dr. Robert W. Unger 
B.A., Olivet Nazarene 
College; B.A., University 
of the Philippines; M.A., 
Ball St. Teachers College; 
Ph.D., Ball St. University 

Angelo D. Vespa 
B.S., Pennsylvania State 
University; M.Ed., M.A., 
Pennsylvania State Uni- 
versity 



)r. Robert W. Unger Angelo D. Vespa 



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English 




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DR. JOHN E. SAVESON 
Chairman 
Professor; B.A., Denison; M. A. 
University of Cfiicago; Ph. D. , 
Cambridge University. 



The Department of English at Mansfield has 
been a separate department only this year. It 
emerged with a large number of majors (169) and a 
well -qualified staff. Of one part-time and eighteen 
full-time faculty members in the Department, four 
hold the Ph.D. degree. Next year the Department 
will number one part-time and twenty -two full- 
time faculty members; seven will hold the Ph.D. 

The Department offers a single major which 
meets requirements set by national organizations 
for the preparation of teachers of English. It meets 
the needs, also, of students in liberal arts seeking 
careers in commerce and industry. The Department 
offers a Master's degree. Beginning with the first 
summer session 1968, graduate work in English will 
be placed on a regularly scheduled, full-time basis. 





Dr. Henry D. 
Dyck, Professor; 
B. A., University 
of Manitoba; 
M. A., University 
of Minnesota; 
Ph. D., University 
of Pennsylvania 



Margaret English, 
Instructor; B.A., 
Bob Jones Uni- 
versity; M. A., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 



John T. Forsyte, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B.A.M.C, 
Central Wash. 
State Col. ; B.A., 
Univ. of Washing- 
ton; M. A. , Univ. 
of Wash. ; Cer- 
tificate, Western 
Civilization, Ox- 
ford University 



Ira Hindman, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. A., Roberts 
Wesleyan Col.; 
B.D., Asbury 
Theological. 
Seminary; M. A., 
Stetson University 




Kathleen B. 
Hindman, In- 
structor; B.A., 
Valparaiso Uni- 
versity; M.A., 
Louisiana State 
University 



Bernard J. 
Koloski, Assistant 
Professor; B.S., 
East Stroudsburg 
St. Col.; M.A., 
Univ. of Penn.; 
Grad. Study, 
Univ. of Arizona 



Robert C. 
Krieckhaus, As- 
sociate Professor; 
B.S., Illinois In- 
stitute of Tech- 
nology; M.A., 
Columbia Uni- 
versity 



Nancy C. Light, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; A.B., Ran- 
dolph-Macon 
Women's Col- 
lege; M.A., 
Columbia Uni- 
versity 



Winifred Neff, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Lock 
Haven State Col- 
lege; M.Ed., 
Pennsylvania 
State University 



Christopher Orr, 
Instructor; A. B., 
University of 
Michigan; M.A. 
University of 
Michigan 





Dr. SubodhC. Roy, 
Professor; B. A. , 
Calcutta U.;B,L., 
Calcutta U. Lav\r 
Col.;M.A., Cal- 
cuttaU.;M.A., 
Columbia U.; 
Ph.D., N.Y. U., 
Dipl., Royal Nat. 
Inst., London 



Thomas Sav^ryers, 
Instructor; B. A., 
Cumberland Uni- 
versity; M. A., 
Middle Tennessee 
State University 



J. D. Steyers, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.F.A., Car- 
negie-Mellon 
University; 
M.F.A., Car- 
negie-Mellon 
University 



Not Pictured: 

Rudolph S. Behar; Associate Professor; B.A. , University of Connecti- 
cut; M.A. , Hunter College; Ph.D. , University of Oregon 

M. Elaine Jacoby, Instructor; A.B. , Mount Holyoke College; M.A. , 
Ohio State University 

Walter Sanders, Associate Professor; A.B. , Washington University; 
M. S. , University of Wisconsin; Doctoral Candidate, University of 
Wisconsin 

Stephen Lee Schwartz, Assistant Professor; B.A. , Brooklyn College; 
Doctoral Candidate, University of Rochester 




Speech and Drama 



The Department of Speech and Drama recog- 
nizes the need for a better understanding of hu- 
man communication. The many-sided phenom- 
ena and applications of speech and drama are 
unified in a curriculum which not only provides 
for individual interests, but also places those 
interests in the spectrum of the whole field. 
Thus, whether he teaches, goes on to graduate 
study, or enters business, the Speech and Drama 
major obtains a well-balanced, general knowl- 
edge of speech science, communication, and 
drama, either in the tradition of liberal educa- 
tion or teacher education. 




Arlie M. Parks, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., State 
Univ. of N.Y. ; 
M.A., Penn. St. 
Univ. ; Graduate 
Study, University 
of Pittsburgh 



Jerry D. Powell, 
Instructor; A. A., 
Northeastern 
Oklahoma Col- 
lege; B.A., Okla- 
homa State Uni- 
versity 



DR. GORDON A. JACOBY 
Chairman 
Associate Professor; B.A. , City 
College of New York; M.A. , Ohi. 
State University; Ph.D. , Ohio 
State University 





John H. Reese, 
Instructor; B. A., 
College of Wil- 
liam and Mary; 
M. A., Western 
Reserve Univer- 
sity 



Richard D. 
Westlake, In- 
structor; A. B., 
College of Wil- 
liam and Mary; 
M. A., Southern 
Illinois Univer- 
sity 



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Psychology 




Dr. Matthew 
Halchin, Associ- 
ate Professor; 
B. S., Edinboro 
Col.; M.Ed., 
Penn. St. Univ.; 
D.Ed., Penn. St. 
U.; Gtad. Study, 
Syracuse Univ. 



Dr. Hind Q. 
Matthews, Asso- 
ciate Professor; 
B. A. , American 
University of 
Beirut, Lebanon; 
M.A. , Stanford 
Univ. , Calif. ; 
Ed.D. , Stanford 
University 



John Mitchell, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B.A., Alfred 
University; M. A., 
Teachers Col- 
lege, Columbia 
University 



Dr. William T. 
Orr, Professor; 
B. A., University 
of Scranton; 
D. Psy., Univer- 
sity of Heidelberg 



Virginia Revere, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; Ph. B., Univ. 
of Chicago; M. A., 
Univ. of Chicago; 
Doctoral Candi- 
date, University 
of Chicago 



Dr. Earl W. 
Seibert, Professor; 
Ph.D. , N.Y.. 
University; 
M. Ed. , Penn. St. 
Univ. , A. B. , 
Elizabeth town 
College; B.R. E. , 
Boston University 



1967 has marked the beginning of a new 
Psychology Department at MSC. The de- 
partment, expanding rapidly, will have 
nine members next year, seven holding 
doctorates. Two areas of specialization 
are offered, Psychology and Human Rela- 
tions. 





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DR. CHARLES F. SEIDEL 
Chairman 
Professor; B.A. , Lycoming College; 
Graduate Studies, Temple Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. , University of Liver- 
pool, England 



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Languages 



As the globe seems to diminish in size, 
communication takes on far greater impor- 
tance. With this thought in mind, the de- 
partment is responding to an immediate 
need in the field of modern languages. The 
instructors have generated enthusiasm even 
as they make their students aware of the 
growing urgency. To keep pace with the 
demand for language experts, the laboratory 
facilities have become a focal point in the 
learning process. Students are rapidly be- 
coming skilled as they absorb, not only 
language, but culture. 



William F. Bogart 
Assistant Professor; A. B., 
Hope College; M.A., Mid- 
dlebury College 

Karen L. Coleman 
Assistant Professor; B.A., 
Thiel College; M.Ed., 
University of Pittsburgh; 
K4.A., University of Pitts- 
burgh 




EDWARD J. ZULAK 
Chairman 
Associate Professor; B,S. , Duquesne 
University; M.Ed. , University of 
Pittsburgh 





Amedee Donate 
Assistant Professor; B.A., 
American College; M.A., 
New York University 

Howard Heaton 
Insuuctor; B.A., Univer- 
sity of Montana; M.A., 
Middlehury College 



Dr. Josefina 1. Espino 
Assistant Professor; Ph. D. , 
Havana University 



David A. lovino 
Instructor; B.S., Duquesne 
University; Masters Candi- 
date, Duquesne University 



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Sciences 



Within the realm of science function the departments of Chemistry, Bi- 
ology, and Physics. Each maintains a separate identity; yet they are molded 
by the denominations of curiosity and investigation. By utilizing laboratories 
and promoting seminars, students maintain the standards set by the department. 
And to insure the continuing progress within that department, an expansion 
proijram is now underway. It will include a new building, vital equipment, 
and additional faculty members. 




Biology 




DR. NEWELL A. SCHAPPELLE 
Chairman 
Professor; B.S. , University of Mas- 
sachusetts; Ph.D. , Cornell Uni- 
versity 



Dr. In-Cho Chung 
Professor; B.S. , SeoulNa- 
tional University; M.S., 
University of Michigan; 
Ph.D., University or 
Michigan 



Dr. Ray Honeywell 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , 
Rutgers University; V.M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 



Vincent P. Smichowski 
Associate Professor; B.S., 
Mansfield State College; 
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University; Doctoral Cand- 
idate, Penn. St. Univ. 

Charles E. Weed 
Associate Professor; B.S., 
Mansfield State College; 
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University 





Gladys Young 
Associate Professor; B.S., 
Mansfield State College; 
M.S., Bucknell University; 
Doctoral Candidate, Penn- 
sylvania State University 




Not Pictured: 
Irma E. Bobalko, Instruc- 
tor; B. S., College Miseri- 
cordia 



Chemistry 



Dr. John A. 
Hartman, Associ- 
ate Professor; 
B.S., Univ. of 
Toledo; M.S., 
Wayne State 
Univ.; Ph.D., 
Wayne St. Univ. 



Dr. William 
Schniid, Assistant 
Professor; A. B., 
University of 
Rochester; Ph.D., 
University of 
Colorado 



Dr. Jack D. Sidler, 
Associate Profes- 
sor; B. S., Geneva 
College; Ph.D., 
State University 
of New York at 
Buffalo 





MANLY J. POWELL 
Chairman 

, S. , Michigan State 
M. S. , Michigan State 
Ph.D., Michigan State 



Physics 





Charles Burns, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Clarion 
State College; 
M. S., Westmin- 
ster College; 
M.Ed., Univer- 
sity of Virginia 



Philip B. Luce, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; A. B., Colby 
College; M.S., 
New York Uni- 
versity 



Richard F. Mason, 
Assistant Profes- 
sor; B. S., Univer- 
sity of New 
Hampshire; M. A., 
University of New 
Hampshire 



Michael 
Vayansky, In- 
structor; B. S., 
Calif. St. Col.; 
M.A., Kent St. 
Univ.; Graduate 
Study, Pennsyl- 
vania State Univ. 



BRUCE DAVIS 
Chairman 
Assistant Professor; B.S. , Shippens- 
burg State College; M.Ed. , Penn- 
sylvania State University; Graduate 
Study, Dartmouth, Union College, 
University of Kansas 





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Janet Spencer 
Kathy Mitchell 
Joby Jeffery 
Judy Gesey 
Kathy Broadrick 
Dee Brennan 
Lana Anderson 





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Players 




—3 Period of 

[II Adjustment 

HI Cast 

" ^ S RALPH BATES Donald Harvey 

S* ISABEL HAVERSTICK - " " Lynn Karaffa 

GEORGE HAVERSTICK - " " " Joseph Kulasa 

^ SUSIE - - - Jacqueline Oliver 

-' MRS. McGlLLICUDDY Helen Forrest 

.. MR. McGlLLICUDDY " " "^^'7 Bartion 

POLICE OFFICER Thaddeus Knoll 

DOROTHEA BATES - " " " Bonnie Beers 





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Presentations 



Teahouse of the August Moon 



Cast 

SAKINI James Morris 

SERGEANT GREGOVICH -- Gordon A. Jacoby 

COLONEL WAINRIGHT PURDY III - - J. D. Steyers 

CAPTAIN FISBY -James West 

OLD WOMAN Sandra Kistler 

OLD WOMAN'S DAUGHTER Justine Cino 

THE DAUGHTER'S CHILDREN - Stephanie Schmid 

Devon Mason 

ANCIENT MAN David Keller 

MR. HOKAIDA John lannantuoni 

MR. OMURA Clayton Magee 

MR. SUMATA Tim Young 

MR. SUMATA 'S FATHER Carlton Odell 

MR. SEIKO Ed Farr 

MISS HIGA JIGA Helen Forrest 

MR. KEORA Karl Shuey 

MR. OSHIRA Gene Gregario 

LADIES LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION Justine Cino 

Bonnie Pike 

Sandra Kistler 

Teresa Troiana 

LOTUS BLOSSOM Marianna Potter 

CAPTAIN McCLEAN Harry Bartron 





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The Victors 

Cast 

FRANCOIS Keith Williams 

SORBIER Lindsay Mills 

CANORIS Thaddeus Knoll 

LUCIE — _--_-.---._- Carol Vaiana 

HENRI Joe Kulasa 

JEAN Carlton Odell 

CLOCHET Francis Labaty 

LANDRIEU John Reese 

PELLERIX Clayton Magee 

TROOPERS Scot Smithgall 

Carl Levi 
Don Orris 








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A Thurber Carnival 




Cast 



nRST WOMAN Vicki Yeagley 

SECOND WOMAN Deborah J. Demar 

THIRD WOMAN Bonnie Mowers 

FOURTH WOMAN -- Kathiyn Box 

FIFTH WOMAN Carol Hine 

ni^T MAN Vaughn Parks 

SECOND MAN William Smallridge 

THIRD MAN - John Reinhart 

FOURTH MAN Charles C. Peck 

FIFTH MAN Patrick Schamel 

COMBO -------------- Michael Schwalm, Aaron Grimm, 

James Zelonius, James Barton, 
and Frank Santoro 




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Aria 
Da Capo 

Cast 



Gene Gregorio 
Judy Roman 
Norman Cohen 
Jay Pierce 




Cast 



The Sandbox 



Shelia McMillen 
Harry Bartron 
Gene Gregorio 




Cast 



The System of Dr. Tarr 
and Professor Fether 




Linda Clifton, Frank Labaty, Robert Zuchowski, Phillip Schwartz, Bernadine Rettger, Thomas Wier- 
bowski, Ronald Borst. 



Peter 
and 
the 

Wolf 



Directed by 
Sandra Powell 




The Marriage of Figaro 



Opera 




Cast 

SUSAN'NA Teresa Brown 

FIGARO Jay Pierce 

COUNT ALMA VIVA - - Thomas Shellenberger 

COUNTESS ALMAVIVA Linda Clifton 

CHERUBINO Geralyn VVelchans 

MARCELLINA Janice Baker 

BASILIO - Kimber Billow 

DR. BARTOLO James Brunswick 

DON CURZIO - Dennis Bryant 

ANTONIO Gregory Binder 

BAP^ARINA Ardith Bridges 



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Workshop 

I 10 in the Shade 

Cast 

TOBY Alan Gramet 

FILE -- David Roland 

JIMMIE CURRY Jay Silvette 

NOAH CURRY Garland Markham 

H. C. CURRY Robert Babb 

LIZZIE CURRY Janice Baker 

SNOOKIE Geralyn Welchans 

MRS. JENSEN Bonnie Pike 

MELINDA Wendy Stewart 

BELINDA Joanne Mayer 

STARBUCK Donald Harvey 

WALLY James Bean 




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CRA^FOttTs 



'ATRICIA A. ADOLF 
lome Economics 

vlARY J. ALLEN 
Ausic 

:ARLA S. ALLISON 
ibrary Science 

:LSIE R. ANDERSEN 
lome Economics 



/ILLIAM M. ANDERSON 
ocial Studies 

HILIP J. ANSWINI 
iberal Arts 

ICHARD G. ARCULIN 
ocial Science 

ATRICIA A. AREY 
lementary 





JOHN M. ARGONISH 
Social Science 

EUNICE V. AUSTIN 
Music 

ROBERT C. BABB 
Music 

LINDA J. BAIR 
Elementary 



JOHN J. BALLAK 
Elementary 

SHARON L. BALLARD 
Liberal Arts 

MARGARET K. BARBOUR 
Home Economics 

JOHN M. BARDEN 
Science 

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PATRICIA J. BARKER 
Music 

Vn'ALTERA. BARTKOWSKl 
Mathematics 

NURGARET G. BEECHEY 
Public School Nurse 

RUTH E. BEITEL 
Elementary 



SANDRA K. BELLAMY 
Music 

PAUL D. BERGUSON 
Liberal Arts 

CAROL A. BETZ 
Library Science 

ALICE K. BIBZA 
Elementary 




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JUDITH A. BINGLER 
Elementary 

WALLACE D. BITTERS 
Humanities 

JAMES D. BIXBY 
Social Science 

NANCY A. BLACK 
Elementary 



RICHARD D. BOLLINGER 
Social Science 

MARY JONES BONTEMPO 
Elementary 

JOHN H. BOOKHOLT 

Music 

RONALD V. BORST 
Elementary 



RICHARD E. BOWEN 


GLORIA BOWER 


CAROL D. BOYER 


DANIEL J. BOYER 


ROBERT C. BOYER 


Science 


Home Economics 


Elementary 


Mathematics 


Humanities 


JEAN A. BRACE 


BRUCE S. BRACKEN 


LENDRA M. BRADISH 


JOHN T. BRADLEY 


ESTHER V. BRAMB 


Home Economics 


Social Science 


Public School Nurse 


Mathematics 


Home Economics 





JAMES R. BRANT 
Elementaxy 

GARY R. BROVVN 
Science 



DELORES A, BRENNAN 
Liberal Arts 

JAMES E. BRUNSWICK 
Music 



DIANE J. BRENSINGER 
Home Economics 

DENNIS G. BRYANT 
Music 



MARK A. BRICK ER 
Elementary 

TERRANCE R. BUCKNO 
Humanities 



JANICE E. BRINKLEY 
Home Economics 

ALEXANDER A. BURBA 
Music 




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JEAN ANN E. BURHELD 
Mathematics 




JAMES G. BURKE 
Elementary 



JANICE E. BURMAN 
Home Economics 



ROBERT A. BURNETT 
Mathematics 




JOSEPH J. BUZAKO 
Social Science 

ANASTASIA V. 

BZURA 
Home Economics 

PATRICIA E. 
CALKINS 
Home Economics 

CONSTANCE J. 

CALLIS 
Home Economics 



MICHAEL L. 

CANCELLARI 
Social Science 

CHERYL A. CANDEE 
Home Economics 

ANTHONY J. 
CAPUTO 
Elementary 

INGRID H. CARLSEN 
Humanities 



BRENDA L. 

CHALMERS 
Humanities 

LYNN B. CHAPMAN 
Home Economics 

JOELLA J. CHARLES 
Elementary 

MICHAEL 

CHERESNOVVSKY 
Liberal Arts 

81 




JOSEPH R. CIAMPI 
Elementary 

JOANNE CIOCCO 
Home Economics 

CAROL A. CLARK 
Home Economics 

NANCY L. CLARK 
Home Economics 



CAROL J. COLEGROVE 
Elementary 

CARL W. COLLEY 
Library Science 

MARTIN E. COLLIER 
Elementary 

ELIZABETH COLLINS 
Elementary 



MICHAEL F. CONNING 
Music 

PAULETTE A. CONRAD 
Elementary 

TERRY E. COOLEY 
Social Science 

JUDY E. CRAWFORD 
Elementary 



AGNES E. CRUM 
Elementary 

GERALD E. CRUM 
Social Science 

PHYLLIS E. CSATLOS 
Elementary 

MARIE E. CUNNINGHAM 
Mathematics 



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BRUCE A. DART 
Liberal Arts 

LINDA C. DeMAIO 
Home Economics 



BEVERLY J. DAVIS 
Elementary 

JUDITH E. DePEW 
Elementary 



RONALD A. DEAL 
Elementary 

MARIAN R. DePEW 
Social Science 



JOSEPH A. DeANGELIS 
Social Science 

ROBYN M. DERHAMMER 
Home Economics 



DEANNA L. DeGROFT 
Home Economics 

MARY C. DeWITT 
Elementary 




LOUIS C. DIFILIPP ANTONIO 
Elementary 

KURT A, DODGE 
Mathematics 

LESUE R. DOEBLER 
Liberal Arts 

STANLEY L. DOEPKE 
Liberal Arts 



BONITA ENGLE DONAHUE 
Elementary 

JAMES T. DOODY, JR. 
Social Science 

MARY R. DOUGHERTY 
Elem^entary 

DONALD R. DOW 
Elementary 





JAMES L. DOWNEY 
Humanities 

WILLARD D. DREIBELBIS 
Music 



KAY I. DRY 
Home Economics 

LYNNEC. DUNKELBERGER 
Home Economics 




MELVIN C. 

DURRWACHTER 
Liberal Arts 

RUTH BECHTOLD 

DUTCHER 
Home Economics 

VICTORIA M. EHRHART 
Home Economics 

KATHY A. EPPLEY 
Liberal Aits 



DONALD G. EVANS 
Elementary 

RAYMOND L. FABIAN 
Science 

CANDICE K. FACER 
Home Economics 

DARLENE FAHNESTOCK 
Humanities 



SUSAN E. FELLOWS 
Home Economics 

KATHLEEN A. FERENCE 
Home Economics 

KAY J. FERCUSON 
Elementary 

ROBERT W. FERCUSON 
Social Science 



LUCILLE A. FERRELL 
Music 

LAMAR F. FETTERMAN 
Social Science 

MICHAEL P. FEYRER 
Music 

CAROL A. FILEMYR 
Home Economics 






CHARLES G. FISHER 
Liberal Mis 




DLANNE M. FLEUGEL 
Elementary 




MICHAEL F. FOGARTY 
Social Science 




LINDA J. FOLK 
Science 




VITO A. FORLENZA 
Liberal Arts 



LAEL C. FONTANELLA 
Humanities 



DANIEL W. FORD 
Elementary 




MICHAEL S. FRANCIS 
Science 



RITA W. FREDERICK 
Public School Nurse 



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MARY ANN GABRYLUK 
Humanities 




JOYCE H. GARRISO:; 
Elementary 



V/ILLIAM J. CASPAR 
Science 



LINDA B. GEISINGER 
Home Economics 



ANGELA M. GENOVA 
Elementary 



RONALD G. GEORGE 
Science 



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STEPHEN E. GERGELY 
Music 



JOAN C. GERMAN 
Elementary 



JUDITH A. GESEY 
Liberal Arts 



LUISIANA GIANGIULIO 
Home Economics 



THOMAS M. GIDDINGS 
Humanities 




FRANCIS A. GINGRICH 
Social Science 



SUSAN GIRTON 
(MRS. TED BINLEY) 
Home Economics 



KAREN R, GLASSMOYER CONRAD S. GOSCIMINSKI 
Home Economics Social Science 




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ALAN M. GRAMET 
Elementary 




DARRELL L. GREEN 
Elementary 



MICHAEL J. GRimN 
Social Science 




DAVID F. GRIMM 
Social Science 




MARY E. GRINNELL 
Elementary 




RUSSELL W. GUTHRIE 
Mathematics 




DENNIS E. HAMMOND 
Elementary 



JAMES K. HAILING 
Elementary 



JANE P. HANS 
Elementary 




THOMAS V/. HARTLAMD 
Elementary 



PHILIP W. HARTtvlAN 
Elementary 



JULIA A. HALOSKIE 
Elementary 




SYLVIA J. HARRIS 
Home Economics 



SANDRA L. HALSEY 
Elementary 





DONALD A. HARVEY 
Liberal Arts 



KATHLEEN M. HARVEY 
Home Economics 



ROGER C. HAYDEN 
Music 



KATHLEEN E. HAYES 
Elementary 



SUSAN L. HEAD 
Humanities 




BEVERLY A. HECKERT MARGARET HEFFENTREYER 

Home Economics Home Economics 



FRANCES M. HEISEY 
Home Economics 



JOSEPH B. HEISLER 
Humanities 




KAREN E. HELSEL 
Home Economics 



LIKDA E. HEMMLXG 
Eien:entary 

SANDRA L. HENRY 
Elementary 

JAMES E. HERRINGTON 
Science 

GEORGE J. HESS 
Social Science 



DIANE S. HEYSHAM 
Humanities 

DONNA SHOEMAKER 

HICKOK 
Humanities 

SUZANNE HOCH 
Music 

JEAN A. HOCKSTETLER 
Home Economics 




SHARON A. HODGKINS 
Elementary 



DRUSILLA A. HOFFMAN 
Elementary 



BEVERLY G. HOLLENBACH 
Home Economics 



CONNIE L. HOOVER 
Elementary 



IAN RONALD HOREN 
Social Science 



DONNA H. HORTON 
Hum.anities 



RICHARD G. HORTON 
Social Science 



TERRY E. HORTON 
Elementary 



JANET M. HOUCK 
Home Economics 



RICHARD H. HOWARD 
Social Science 





TOLETHA R. HOWE 
Public School Nurse 

MARCIA R. HUMPHREY 
Humanities 

VIRGINIA L. HUTCHINGS 
Library Science 

RANDALL F. HUTH 
Social Science 



RUSSELL J. HYDE 
Elementary 

ANTONIA lANDIMARINO 
Elementary 

GILBERT W. IRONS 
Social Science 

CHARLES F. JACOBSON 

Music 





LINDA M. JASIOXIS 
Home Economics 

SARMITE KALNINS 
Mathemiatics 



JOBYNA J. JEFFREY 
Music 

CHRISTINE M. KAMINSKI 
Elementary 



CECILV W. JENNINGS 
Library Science 

CYRIL V. KARHNAK 
Liberal Arts 



RONALD C. JONES 
Social Science 

HAROLD F. KEATING 
Social Science 



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SANDRA C. KALEY 
Elementary 

SUSAN L. KECK 
Elementary 





ELIZABETH S. KEENEY 
Elementary 



SARA JANE KELLEY 
Home Economics 






LORENE E. KENNEDY 
Elementary 



KAREN L. KING 
Home Economics 




KAREN A. KLEIN 
Home Economics 

LORRAINE M. KLINE 
Home Economics 

CAROL A. KLINK 
Elementary 

SUSAN L. KLITGURD 
Elementary 



PETER J. KNEISS 
Humanities 

THADDEUS M. KNOLL 
Liberal Arts 

JULIET K. KOCHER 
Elementary 

DAVID KOHUT 
Social Science 



DONNA L. KOHUT 
Elementary 

MATTHEW J. KOLLAR 
Music 

JOSEPH E. KOPITSKY 
Elementary 

LYNN KOWACZ 
Home Economics 

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RICHARD J. KOZA 
Elementary 

BARBARA J. KRAMM 
Liberal Arts 

FAYE MITSTIFER KREGER 
Mathematics 

LOIS J, KRUGAR 
Home Economics 



MARILYN R, KUEBLER 
Elementary 

JOSEPH F. KULASA 
Humanities 

JANET F. LAMBERT 
Elementary 

JAMES R. LANE 
Liberal Arts 



HARRIS J. LANZEL 
Music 

MARY F. LEFFLER 
Elementary 

MARSHA D. LESSUN 
Humanities 

SUSAN M. LISOWSKI 
Humanities 



JESSICA C. LONG 
Home Economics 

RAYMOND E. LONG 
Elementary 

GINGER W. LOOMIS 
Liberal Arts 

JOHN J. LORIGAN 
Library Science 



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KATHLEEN M. LUTZ 


EDWARD S. LYBA 


STEPHEN E. 


LYONS 


MICHAEL W. MACIEL 


CIRO MAGLIONE 


Home Economics 


Social Science 


Music 




Social Science 


Humanities 


>MRY E. MAKA 


MARIE A. MANCHESTER 


BARBARA A. 


MANIKOWSKI 


THOMAS D. MANN 


GARLAND E. MARKHAM 


Elementary 


Mathematics 


Elementary 




Mathematics 


Music 





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BONITA R. MARSTELLER 
Home Economics 

THEODORE B. MARUCA 
Social Science 

BETTIE C. MASON 
Library Science 

MERLE L. McCALIPS 
Elementary 



KENNETH L. MCCARTHY 
Social Science 

LYNDA W. McCRACKEN 
Library Science 

JOHN M. MESARDOS 
Liberal Arts 

JANET L. MILLER 
Home Economics 



JEFFREY D. MILLER 
Elementary 

SUSAN N. MILLER 
Liberal Arts 

WILLIAM H. MILLER 
Social Science 

MELODY A. MILLS 
Home Economics 



JOSEPH E. MINGOS 
Humanities 

fare:; m. mitchell 

Elementary 

KATHLEEN A. MITCHELL 
Elementary 

WILLIAM J. J.IOORE 
Humanities 

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OHN p. MORGANS 
Social Science 

.UCILLE MORGENSTERN 
lementary 

LAND T. MORRIS 
iocial Science 

iASIL M. MOSHER 
Iocial Science 



UDY L. MOSS 
ilementary 

AMES G. MURPHY 
lementary 

ARRY C. MURRAY 
iocial Science 

DANIEL G. NEWMAN 
iberal Arts 





DEANNA G. NEWMAN 
Home Economics 

SHARON A. NIMTZ 
Elementary 



SUSAN K. NORDSTROM 
Home Economics 

REBECCA J. NORTON 
Elementary 



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PAUL M. NOSS 
Social Science 




DONALD F. O'CONNOR 
Elementary 




FRANCIS R, OKRASINSKI 
Library Science 




FRED C. NOYE 
Social Science 



ROBERT L. O'CONNOR 
Elementary 



AMY JO OLMSTEAD 
Music 



DAVID R. NYNAM 
Elementary 




JOHN E. O'DONNELL 
Elementary 




SHARON M. ORl 
Home Economics 



MARY A. OSGOOD 
Humanities 




KEITH E. OTT 
Liberal Arts 



RICHARD J. PALMER 
Social Science 



MARIETTA A. PALUMBO 
Home Economics 



ALLEN N. PARIS 
Elementary 



LAVETA R. PARKS 
Library Science 





JOSEPH C. PETROFF 
Elementary 




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RUTH A. POLICELLA 
Elementary 





JOAN E. PATTERSON 


SALVATORE J. PATTl 


HERBERT L. 


PEARSON 


WILLIAM A. 


PEASE 


MARGARET E. PERRY 


Elementary 


Social Science 


Science 




Music 




Home Economics 






SARAH A. PHERREIGU 
Elementary 



HOWARD T. PHIBBS 
Music 



GERALD R. PICKARD 
Elementary 



JUDITH A. PIERSON 
Elementary 



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KATHERINE B. POTTER 
Elementary 



GLADYS V. POWELL 
Elementary 



SANDRA K. POWELL 
Elementary 



FRANK G. PRUGH 
Liberal Arts 




PAUL J. RANSAVAGE 
Social Science 



DARRELL O. RAYSOR 
Social Science 



DENISE R. REAM 
Humanities 



JANICE A. RENNINGER BERNADINE R. RETTGER 

Home Economics Music ^° 




DAVID L. REYNOLDS 
Elementary 

KATHLEEN A. RHODES 
Music 

JACK C. RIEHL 
Elementary 

CLIFFORD F. ROBINSON 
Elementary 



CHARLOTTE H. ROBERTS 
Library Science 

DOUGLAS F. RODNEY 
Library Science 

PAULA ROGERS 

ROGGENBAUM 
Elementary 

DAVID W. ROLAND 
Music 



RICHARD L. ROLLS 
Library Science 

GLENNA J. ROUPP 
Elementary 

JOHN R. ROWE 
Mathematics 

LAWRENCE A. ROWE 
Social Science 



MARGARET A. ROWE 
Elementary 

BARRY L. RUCKEL 
Elementary 

KAREN L. RULANDER 
Humanities 

ARTHUR J. RUSSAVAGE 
Elementary 



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CHESTER T. SADONIK 
Science 

TIMOTHY J, SALONY 
Library Science 

JANET C. SANDEEN 
Home Economics 

MICHAEL F. SAUCHUK 
Social Science 



SUSAN E. SCHLIEDER 
Music 

MICHAEL G. SCHWALM 
Music 

DIETER SCHWARZBAUER 
Humanities 

ROBERT C. SEARFOSS 
Mathematics 



JARED A. SHADY 
Social Science 

CHRISTINA M. SHAFER 
Elementary 

RODNEY N. SHEER 
Mathematics 

JAMES E. SHIELDS 
Mathematics 



GEORGE B. SHUE 
Elementary 

JOSEPH J. SHULTZ 
Science 

BARBARA J. SIEG 
Home Economics 

BRUCE D. SILFIES 
Music 





ROBERT C. SIMAR 
Elementary 

ROBERT J. SLAVIN 
Liberal Arts 

SANDRA L. SLOCUM 
Elementary 

DONALD P, SMITH 
Elementary 



ELIZABETH R. SMITH 
Elementary 

LYNNE A. SMITH 
Music 

SANDRA L. SMITH 
Home Economics 

JOHN O. SMYTH 
Liberal Arts 



ANDREW M. SXITZER 


STEPHEN J. SNYDER 


BEVERLY J. SOKIRA 


JEAN M. SOLTIS 


JOHN M. SOPRANO 


Social Studies 


Elementary 


Elementary 


Humanities 


Elementary 


CHARLES L. SOSNOSKl 


HAROLD R. SPENCER 


JANET D. SPENCER 


LAURA L. SPORY 


ELIZABETH STAMBAUGH 


Social Studies 


Mathematics 


Elementary 


Elementary 


Elementary 




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RONALD D. STARNER 
Music 



WILLIAM R. STETTLER 
Science 



TERRY L. STEVENS 
Elementary 



JAMES A. STOCKDILL 
Social Science • 




EMMA J. STOCUM 
Elementary 

SHARON S. STORMS 
Elementary 

MARIE A. STRANGE 
Library Science 

DAVID P. STRAUB 
Mathematics 



DEAH F. STRAW 
Library Science 

LINDA M. 
STRAZDUS 

Elementary 

THOMAS J. SUDOL 
Elementary 

ROBERT S. 

SUTHERLAND 
Elementary 



PAUL A. 

TAGLIATERRA 
Elementary 

BEVERLY L. TAYLOR 
Elementary 

DENA L. TAYLOR 
Mathematics 

PEGGY A. TEATS 
Humanities 

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JONATHAN C. TERRY 
Social Science 

GLENN R. THOMAS 
Social Science 

ARTHUR C. THURNER 
Liberal Arts 

DORA C. TICE 
Elementary 



RICHARD TIRA 
Social Science 

BETTE L. TOKARZ 
Elementary 

KATHLEEN R. 
TOUSCHNER 
(MRS. CHRISTINl) 

Home Economics 

MARY LOU TOWNSEND 
Elementary 




JOSEPH A. TRIANO 
Social Science 

IRWIN B. TROUT 
Social Science 

RICHARD J. TRUDNAK 
Elementary 

SUSAN M. TURNER 
Home Economics 



MARK E. UNGER 
Social Science 

JEROME F. URAM 
Elementary 

ALBERT VERBENA 
Music 

PHYLLIS H. VITE 
Home Economics 



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GUY R. VLASITS 
Social Science 

VINCENT J. VOLPE 
Social Science 

FRANK E. WADAS 
Science 

THON4AS j. WALKER 
Science 



LINDA L. WALLACE 
Elementary 

BRUCE K. WALLIN 
Liberal Arts 

KEVIN P. WALSH 
Elementary 

LINDA K. WANDS 
Home Economics 



SUSAN M. WEAVER 
Elementary 



MARGARET A. WEILAGE 
Mathematics 



THOMAS J. WEINEL 
Mathematics 



JAMES P. WEST 
Science 



SUSAN WEST 
Humanities 



JOYCE A. WIEGMAN 
Home Economics 



THOMAS J. WIERBOWSKI 
Music 



KATHLEEN J. WILKE 
Mathematics 



JOSEPH J. WILKES 
Elementary 



BENJAMIN R. WILLIAMS 
Elementary 








ELIZABETH M. WILLIAMS CHARLOTTE A. WILSON 
Eleoentaxy 



JOHN J. WILSON 
Social Science 




NANCY E. WISE 
Home Economics 

KENNETH A. WISER 
Science 

KATHERINE WITUCHI 
Elementary 

CONSTANCE WOJCIK 
Mathematics 



BARBARA S. WOLF 
Elementary 

JAMES C. WOLFGANGER 
Elementary 

NANCY J. WOOD 
Elementary 

SUSAN KARNS WOOD 
Home Economics 



SANDRA H. 

WORTHINGTON 
Library Science 

SUSAN REDINGTON 

WYKOFF 
Home Economics 

DLANE M. YOCHUM 
Humanities 

PAUL J. ZALANOWSKI 
Library Arts 



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SHIRLEY M. ZEAFLA 
Elementary 





MURIEL REICHART 

FRONTING 
Elementary 




JOHN A. ZEHNER 
Music 





WANDA SHAEFFER ZELLERS MATTHEW A. ZOSCHG SUSAN E. ZVAWCH 

Elementary Elementary Home Economics 




ELIZABETH M. GILPIN 
Home Economics 



LINDA L. HENSEL 
Science 



STANLEY A. SIROTKIN 
Elementary 



Recipients of Master^s Degrees 




CHARLES H. ROCKWELL 
M.Ed. - Received January, 196 




BERTHA ANN AVERY 
M.Ed. - Received May, 1968 



PATRICIA ANN BROWN 
M.Ed. - Received January, 1968 



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FIRST ROW: Dean Snively, Advisor; L. Brock, S. Johiisiuii, S. Ard, M. Zierowich. SECOND ROW: 
C. Moeller, R. Irons, C. Kauffman, L. Schmidt, S. Stenzhorn. 



Inter-Fraternity Council 



FIRST ROW: A. K ley now - 
ski. Dean KoUar, Advisor; 
J. Mesaros, Pres. ; R. Bol- 
linger, Sec. ; J. Cover. 
SECOND ROW: C. Sos- 
noskie, W. Neilson, W. 
Crunk, S. Doepke, D. 
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Alpha Xi Chapter of 



AST 




Officers 



President SANDY ARD 

Vice President KAREN GRAMES 

Recording Secretary PATRICIA PETARCHEK 

Corresponding Secretary KATHY HOOVER 

Treasurer LINDA GORE 

Historian MADLYN KACMAR 

Editor -- CAROL KAUETVIANN 

Chaplain GERALYN WELCHANS 

Custodian SUSAN KONKLE 




Alpha Xi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau is the first national social sorority to be established on Mansfield's 
campus. The aims of Alpha Sigma Tau are to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its 
members. The chapter is engaged in many campus activities and has contributed to the Homecoming Parade, 
Greek Week-end, and Grecian Sing. 



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Alpha Sigma Tau 



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FIRST ROW: Lana Anderson, Pat Arey, Sandy Ard, Ginny Bramble, Linda Brock, Connie Callis, Diane Cann, Carol 
Carney, Nancy Clark, Judy Crawford, Lana Creamer. SECOND ROW: Karen Driscoll, Mary Dewitt, Carol Filemyr, 
Margaret George, Joan German, Judy Gesey, Pat Gessner, Linda Gore, Karen Grames, Chris Gruber, Sandy Halsey. 
THIRD ROW: Kathy Hoover, Janet Houck, Toni landimarino, Margaret Jones, Madlyn Kacmar, Carol Kaufmann, 
Susan Keck, Judy Knepp, Susan Konkle, Lois Kruger, Margaret Leahy. FOURTH ROW: Mary Leahy, Marnie Leffler, 
Joan Lucas, Cindy Mabon, Lorraine Marika, Betty McChesney, Mary Ann Metzler, Karen Mitchell, Kathy Mitchell, 
Linda Paradise, Pat Petarchek. FIFTH ROW: Judy Pierson, Delmar Ratkowski, Denise Ream, Lee Rhoades, Marcy 
Rohrback, Sandy Salatin, Lynn Schmidt, Mary Jane Shay, Judy Snyder, Janet Socash, Karol Steward. SIXTH ROW: 
Miss Ruth Billings, Advisor; Kathy Stoyko, Jean Sullivan, Linda Wallace, Geralyn Welchans, Nancy Wise, Diane 
Yochum, Jackie Zeller, Mrs. Hunsicker, Advisor. 



Alpha Chapter of 




FIRST ROW: Jan Argy, Karen Bastress, Susan Bixler, Paula Black, Linda Bowman, Susan Breen, Dee Bren- 
nan, Ardith Bridges, Cheryl Candee, Lynn Chapman, Justine Cino. SECOND ROW: Claudia Cowles, Nanette 
Cozad, Ellen Crowl, Phyllis Cstalos, Michaelann Donnely, Sherry Dunlap, Karen Eagleson, Pat Eck, Nancie 
Foss, Sharon Frable, Barb Frank. THIRD ROW: Peggy Gianguilio, Nancy Heckrote, Frances Heisey, Mary 
Hufnagle, Ruth Irons, Celia Ivans, Kathy Kerr, Nancy Kirkpatrick, Linda Kleppinger, Kris Kutta, Linda 
Magee. FOURTH ROW: Susan Major, Leslie Mann, Bonita Marsteller, Joy Matthews, Judy Mellinger, Janet 
Molzhan, Gail Moyer, Linda Paul, Susan Nordstrom, Jean Rovinsky, Holly Reppert. FIFTH ROW: Susan 
Richardson, Lynn Ropelewski, Pat Rorick, Mary Ann Ruth, Deborah Seifert, Joni Serafin, Janet Spencer, 
Susan Strausser, Elaine Talada, Beverly Taylor, Pat Updegrave. SIXTH ROW: Phyllis Vite, Susan Walker, 
Susan Weinstein, Mancy Wood, Kathy Woodcock, Mary Ann Zierowicz, Miss Margaret English, Advisor. 



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Chi Psi Omega 




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Officers 



President RUTH IRONS 

Vice President KAREN EAGLESON 

Recording Secretary CLAUDIA COWLES 

Corresponding Secretary NANETTE COZAD 

Treasurer - - KATHY KERR 

Pledge Mistress - - SUSAN WEINSTEIN 

Assistant Pledge Mistress JUDY MELLINGER 

Sentinel NANCIE FOSS 

Historian JUSTINE CINO 

Reporter SUSAN BREEN 

House Manager DEE BRENNAN 

Parliamentarian - - JONl SERAHN 



The Alpha Chapter of Chi Psi Omega was founded on March 6, 1966, as a social club working toward sorority 
status which it gained September 16, 1966. With its purpose to promote lasting friendships and, through sister- 
hood, to maintain high standards of honor, loyalty and service, Chi Psi Omega has been active on Mansfield's 
campus. In the fall. Dee Brennan was crowned Homecoming Queen with sisters Ruth Irons and Ardith Bridges on 
the court. "Chi Psi" took first place in the sorority division of the fall Greek Olympics. 

Winter came with "Chi Psi" and Phi Sigma Epsilon joining forces to give a Christmas party for underprivi- 
leged children. The sisters placed first in the Grecian Sing. With the coming of spring, three sisters were hon- 
ored on the Spring Weekend Court: Janet Spencer, Nancy Wood, and Dee Brennan. Among other activities, 
Chi Psi Omega participated in Freshman Pre-Orientation, Alumni Day Activities, and Dining Hall Decorations. 
Chi Psi Omega had the honor of seeing her brother fraternity, Phi Sigma Kappa, gain national status. 1968 was 
a proud year for Chi Psi Omega. 



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lota Theta Chapter of 



AZ 




Officers 



President LINDA MASE 

Vice President - - SHERRI STENTZHORN 

Recording Secretary CHARLOTTE WILSON 

Corresponding Secretary CONNIE WOJCIK 

Treasurer jEAN LENT 

Pledge Mistress BETTY UNGEMACH 

Historian JANET WILSON 

Parliamentarian VICKI ERHART 




The Iota Theta Chapter of Delta Zeta, now in its third year on the Mansfield campus, has already established a fine tra- 
dition. The sisters held their successful annual Pancake Jamboree and fall Dinner -Dance. Good times were had at the Delta 
Zeta -Sigma Tau Gamma basketball game and the Sprmg Pledge Dance. The united efforts of the sisterhood were rewarded 
by the first place winning of the Homecoming Float Trophy, the Scholarship Cup, and second place in the Grecian Sing. 



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Delta Zeta 




FIRST ROW: Patricia Barker, Jacqueline Behrman, Beverly Benfer, Gloria Bower, Cheryl Brister, Kathy Brodrick, Joanne Ciacco, 
Victoria Ehrhart, Ellen Erskine, Susan Evans, Arlene Feher, Susan Fellows. SECOND ROW: Kathy Fix, Susan Fry, Donna Gearhart, 
Linda Geisinger, Luisiana Gianguilio, Linda Graham, Sharon Grubb, Marguerite Harowicz, Margaret Heffentreyer, Karen Helsel, 
Linda Hemming, Jean Ann Hochstetler, Linda Jasionis. THIRD ROW: Cecilia Jennings, Sandra Johnston, Sandra Kaley, Elly Kelly, 
Rebecca Keyvinski, Sandy Kirk, Jann Knight, Jayne Kooker, Elma Lent, Jean Lent, Kathy Lerch, Mary Ellen Maka, Barbara Mani- 
kowski. FOURTH ROW: Linda Mase, Shelia McConnell, Mary McNamara, Betsy Meabon, Mary Ann Mentzer, Paula Miller, Col- 
leen Moeller, Judy Moss, Leslie Mowry, Lucinda Pehonsky, Jacqueline Perretti, Connie Rowe, Cathy Schenck. FIFTH ROW: Eileen 
Schmid, Linda Stanley, Karen Starner, Sherri Stenshorn, Marcia Stephens, Yvonne Swartzlander, Diane Taylor. Joann Thomas. Ann 
Towers, Terry Troiani, Jane Umberger, Betty Ungemach, Lynn Vogan. SIXTH ROW: Mrs. Brace, Advisor; Susan West, Charolette 
Wilson, Janet Wilson, Connie Wojcik, Elaine Yost, Susan Zvarich, Dr. Shimer, Advisor. 



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Phi Nu Chapter of 




FIRST ROW: John Beikstresser, Robert Bolton, Bruce Bracken, Ira Brown, Martin Collier, Gary Congdon, Leonard Costly, 
Jack Cover, Robert Finck, Charles Fisher. SECOND ROW: Allan Gramet, Eugene Gregorio, Joseph Hanko, Thomas 
Hubba, James Keenan, Dennis Kemmerer, James Kenyon, Joseph Kulasa, Stan Laktasic, Joseph Luckman. THIRD ROW: 
John McCandless, Gary Markham, Robert Montgomery, Stephen Mower, Michael Mowry, William Parkin, Herb Pearson, 
William Pease, Charles Peck, Jerome Petro. FOURTH ROW: Shad Rafferty, Scott Rand, James Ray, Rolf Reed, John 
Rowe, Michael Salter, John Severs, Richard Shortuse, Bruce Silfies, Robert Simar. FIFTH ROW: Stanley Sirotkm, Ron- 
ald Starner, William Stettler, James Stockdill, Joseph Swift, Peter Taxis, Guy Vlasits, Vincent Volpe, John Watson, 
James West. SIXTH ROW: Keith Williams, John Willis, John Yellets, Jerry Powell, Advisor. 



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Phi Sigma Epsilon 







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Officers 



President jack COVER 

Vice President GARLAND MARKHAM 

Recording Secretary STANLEY LAKTASIC 

Corresponding Secretary ROLF REED 

Treasurer jqhN ROWE 

Rush Chairman CHARLES FISHER 

Pledgemaster WILLIAM STETTLER 



Phi Nu Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, oldest social fraternity at Mansfield, was instrumental in establishing the fraternity 
system on campus. The ideals of the fraternity are: scholarship, religious responsibility , financial responsibility , fraternalism, 
citizenship, and social leadership. 

It was a very good year for Phi Sigma Epsilon as they added twenty-five brothers to their ranks. The spirit of Phi Sigma 
Epsilon took form in many activities. Phi Sig's participation in interfraternity athletics showed them to be softball champions. 
During the Christmas season the brothers, along with the sisters of Chi Psi Omega, discovered the warm feeling of giving when 
they held a joyous Christmas party for the underprivileged children of the Mansfield area. At the close of the year, the brothers 
held their Spring Formal at the Lodge on the Green at which Margie Howard won the distinction of being chosen the Sweetheart 
of Phi Sigma Epsilon. 



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Officers 



President RICHARD BOLLINGER 

Vice President ANTHONY KLEYNOWSKI 

Recording Secretary RICHARD RONCHI 

Corresponding Secretary CHARLES HULL 

Treasurer DAVID VALKO 

Pledge Master RONALD HOREN 

Rush Chairman FRED ROSETTI 

Sentinel MICHAEL BRUTZMAN 

Social Chairman EDMUND SCHOLL 

ParUamentarian VINCENT SPINELLE 

House Manager THOMAS KILLINO 




Phi Sigma Kappa has attained a milestone in fraternity life; the Mansfield Colony has been mducted as a National 
Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa on April 20, 1968. The induction ceremony, banquet, and party was a gala affair which 
v/as the highlight of Phi Sigma Kappa's 1967-68 social calendar. 

The fraternity upholds the Three Cardinal Principles; promote brotherhood, develop character, and stimulate schol- 
arship. Maintaining these goals is the main objective of the fraternity. 

The Brothers participated in campus activities including the Homecoming Parade, Grecian Sing, and Inter -Fraternity 
Council Softball and football in which Kappa won first place. 



122 



Phi Sigma Kappa 




FIRST ROW: John Alferno, Donald Beatty, Joe Bellomo, Richard Bollinger, Robert Brownback, Albert Brushaber, 
Michael Brutzman, CarlCoUey, Larry Covell. SECOND ROW: Robert DeCarli, Dennis Dudek, Frank Duffy, 
Louis Febbo, Michael Feyrer, Michael Fogarty, Steve Gober, Charles Gordon, William Gusgekofski. THIRD 
ROW: Edward Hickey, Charles Hill, Ronald Horen, Charles Hull, John Ifkovitz, Thomas Killino, Donald Klees, 
Anthony Kleynowski, Michael Knott. FOURTH ROW: James Luise, Roger Moskus, William McKay, Raymond 
Miamidian, John Petorak, Bruce Romanish, Richard Ronchi, Fred Rosetti, Barry Ruckel. FIFTH ROW: Edmund 
SchoU, George Shue, Willard Solt, Charles Sosnoskie, Vincent Spinelle, David Valko, Thomas Walker. SIXTH 
ROW: William Whalen, James Yeager, Mr. Thomas Sawyers, Advisor. 



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Gamma Alpha Chapter of 




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FIRST ROW: Klas Anderson, Dav Barrell, Richard Biegun, Gary Bottiger, Larry Bottiger, Daniel Boyer, James Brant, Michael 
Cancellari, William Crunk, Joseph DeAngelis, Gerald Devine. SECOND ROW: Harry Dietrick, Stanley Doepke, Charles Drum- 
mond, Raymond Fabian, Lamar Fetterman, Gene Fisher, Vance Good, Dennis Hammernick, Gregg Harris, Richard Haynali, Ray 
Head. THIRD ROW: Jerry Hendrickson, Holbrook Hunt, Randall Huth, Charles Jacobson, Ray Judge, James Kennedy, Philip Kift, 
John Laskowski, Robert Lobus, John Macus, George Mahana. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Marcincavage, John Mesaros, William Mil- 
ler, William Neilson, Donald Orris, William Paulson, Richard Putnam, David Reynolds, Ed Rottmann, Michael Sauchuck, James 
Savering. FIFTH ROW: Gary Schwenzer, Gregg Seidel, Milton Serfas, Jared Shady, Larry Simpson, Robert Slavin, Tim Stein- 
rock, James Stopper, David Straub, Paul Tagliaterra, Jonathan Terry. SIXTH ROW: Robert Wagner, Thomas Weinel, Gary Wes- 
miller, Michael Weymjan, John Wilson, James Wolfanger, Lenny Vender, Brian Ziegler, Mr. Vayansky, Advisor. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Steve Cillo, Paul Gates, John Harlan, Edmund Jones, William Mawhir, Paul McMillen, James Sebring. 



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Sigma Tau Gamma 




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Officers 



President STANLEY DOEPKE 

Vice President WILLIAM NEILSON 

Recording Secretary ray JUDGE 

Corresponding Secretary VANCE GOOD 

Treasurer MICHAEL WEYMAN 

Pledge Master GARY VVESMILLER 



Gamma Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was mitiated onto the MSC campus in February of 1965. Since its be- 
ginning, Gamma Alpha has striven to uphold the ideals of manhood, brotherhood, and citizenship, establishing a strong 
bond of friendship and service between themselves and with the college and the community. 

The 1967-68 school year began with the brothers returning to a completely renovated fraternity house. During No- 
vember, the fall pledges had the honor of presenting a Sigma Tau Gamma paddle to Governor Schaffer. The Delta Zeta 
pancake contest was quite an event with brother Gary Wesmiller capturing first place by consuming fifty -one pancakes. 
Sig Tau's basketball game with DZ proved to be a challenge. By participating in interfraternity football, baseball, and 
basketball, Sigma Tau Gamma has exhibited spirit and support. The weekend of May 18th and the annual pinning cere- 
mony was culminated by the White Rose Ball. 



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Who's Who Among Students in 



... is a tribute paid to seniors 
who e.xcel in scholarship, lead- 
ership, citizenship, service to 
the school, and who evidence 
promise for the teaching pro- 
fession. 

Students are selected for 
this honor by a committee 
composed of the academic and 
personnel deans and by non- 
senior m.emibers of the Student 
Council. 




Patricia Barker 




Esther Bramble 




Paul Berguson 




Bonita Donahue 



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Kay Dry 





Lousina Giangiulio 




iter Kneiss 





Harris l.anzel 



Marcia Lessuiii 




Marie Manchester 






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Jean Soltis 




Bette Tokarz 



Joseph Triano 



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American Colleges and Universities' 




Susan Binley 




Robert Burnett 




Michael Cheresnowsky 




Mary DeWitt 




Sylvia Harris 





Virginia Hutchings 



Linda Jasionis 




Sarniite Kalnins 




David Nyman 





Marietta Palumbo 



Herbert Pearson 




Ruth Policella 




Susan Weaver 





arbara Wolf 



Susan Wood 




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Wanda Zellers 



Not pictured: MARY O'DONNELL 



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Alpha Psi Omega 




A national honorary dramatics organization, Alpha Psi Omega was 
founded forty-two years ago to honor outstanding college thespians. 

The chapter at Mansfield, Lambda Upsilon. serves as a goal for those 
■students of hitih standards in dramatic ability. 

Eligibility IS acquired through their work in the College Players. 



Mr. Richard Westlake 
Advisor 






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Delores Brennan 



Darlene Fahnestock 
Secretary 




Joseph Kulasa 
Vice President 



Carl Levi 




Ronald Borst 



Helen Forrest 



Donald Harvey 
President 



Jay Pierce 



Bonnie Pike 




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Kathy Box 




Ted Knoll 





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Sandra Powell 






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David Roland 



Ann Saia Jean Soltis ^ Janet Spencer 

Not Pictured: Bonnie Beers, Carlton O'Dell 



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Vicki Yeagley 




Gamma Theta Upsilon 

Gamma Theta Upsilon is an honorary professional 
fraternity recognizing ability and accomplishments in 
the field of geography. The fraternity is a source of 
loans, scholarship funds, and an opportunity for enrich- 
ment through lectures, films, or slides at informative 
bi-monthly meetings. 

Mr. Robert Farrell 

Mr. Edgar Cushard 



Richard Arculin 
Mark Bricker 
Michael Cancellari 
Agnus Crum 
Gerald Crum 
Jeffrey Damerst 



Stanley Doepke 
Conrad Gosciminski 
John Macus 
V. Pres. 
Rand Morris 
Terry Neufer 
Daniel Newman 

David Nyman 
William O'Brien 

President 
Keith Ott 

Corres. Sec. 
Judy Pierson 
Katherine Potter 
Robert Powell 



Frank Prugh 
Paul Ransavage 
Mark Richner 
Zack Riehl 
Joseph Riley 
Richard Rolls 



Margaret Rowe 
Gerald Sanders 
Robert Slavin 
Elizabeth Smith 
Andrew Snitzer 
James Stockdill 



David Strosahl 
Madlyn Teddick 
Glenn Thomas 
Joseph Triano 
James Yeager 
Matthew Zoschg 



NOT PICTURED: Barbara Wolf, Sec. -Treas. ; James Dostich 



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Kappa Omicron Phi 



Kappa Omicron Phi is a national honor society which seeks to further the best interests of 
home economics. The Alpha Beta chapter encourages the attainment of intellectual, spiritual, 
ethical, and aesthetic poise. Requirements for membership are based on scholarship and char- 
acter. Kappa Omicron Phi strives to promote leadership, growth, and professional development. 



IsUss Katherine Keller - Advisor 
Miss Louise Smith - Advisor 
Linda Ballard 




Beverly Benfer 
Rhona Bennett 
Diane Biddle 
Mae Bleiler 

Keeper of Archives 
Joann Bowman 



Esther Bramble 
Linda Bray 

Second Vice President 
Diane Brensinger 
Mary Cabello 



Deanna DeGroft 
Lynn Dougherty 
Dixie Driscoll 
Jean Duncan 
President 
Ruth Dutcher 



Susan Fellows 
Kathy Ference 
Carol Filemyr 
Kathy Fix 
Luisiana Gianguilio 



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Susan Giles 
Elizabeth Gilpin 
Bonita Glenn 
Pamela Graver 
Sylvia Harris 



Beverly Heckert 
Barbara Hill 
Linda Jasionis 
Christine Kirsch 
Sandra Kissinger 



Lorraine Kline 
Eileen Lech 

Distaff Reporter 
Linda Lee 
Leslie Mann 
Virginia Marsh 



Deanna Newman 
Judy Owens 

First Vice President 
Linda Palmer 
Jeanne Ruth 
Carol Sheldon 

Guard 



Kathy Slabach 

Treasurer 
Sandra Smith 
Candace Snyder 
Susan Talada 
Secretary 
Karen Trettle 



Linda Vandine 
Linda Wands 
Janice Warner 
Susan Wood 
Elaine Yost 




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Miss Roberta Wills, Advisor 




Kappa Delta Pi, a national society in education, 
aims to encourage high professional, intellectual, and 
personal standards and to recognize outstanding contri- 
butions to education. Members are required to have 
high scholastic achievement, outstanding personal qual- 
ities, and worthy educational values. 

The National Society was founded March 8, 1911; 
eta Rho chapter was organized May 27, 1931. The 
organization provides stimulation for professional growth 
and offers a professional fellowship for its members. 



Linda Berryman 
Diane Biddle 
Mae Bleiler 
Esther Bramble 
Linda Bray 
Dawn Burke 
Robert Burnett 



Kathleen Caffo 
Ingrid Carlsen 
Denise Carter 
Judy Cole 
Agnes Crum 
James Dale 
Ruth Davies 



Ronald Doan 
Bonita Donahue 
Jean Duncan 
Jean Eckman 
Darlene Fahnestock 
Kay Ferguson 
Lucille Ferrell 



Judith Ferris 
Kathy Fix 
Lael Fontanella 
Pamela Ford 
Samuel Garloff 
Susan Giles 
Sylvia Harris 

Donald Harvey 
Barbara Hill 
James Hoose 
Albert Hoover 
Allen Hulslander 
Marcia Humphrey 
Virginia Hutchings 
Vice President 

Linda Jasionis 
Susan Wood 
Christine Kirsch 
Sandra Kissinger 
Carol Klink 
Peter Kneiss 
Matthew Kollar 



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Kappa Delta Pi 




Janet Lambert 
Marsha Lessum 
Marie Manchester 
Joanne Mayer 
Lynda McCracken 
Mary McNamara 
Deanna Newman 



Fred Noye 
David Nyman 
Amy Olmstead 
Judy Packard 
Thana Paris 
Laveta Parks 
Treasurer 
Herbert Pearson 

Bonnie Pike 
Ruth Policella 
Gladys Powell 
Charlotte Roberts 

Secretary 
Ruthann Rodgers 
Janet Rodney 
Janet Russell 

Jeanne Ruth 
Susan Schlieder 
Marianne Seefelt 
Carol Sheldon 
Kathy Slabach 
Sandra Smith 
Candace Snyder 

Jean Soltis 
Sharon Storms 
Deah Straw 
Connie Szybist 
Susan Talada 
Shirley Tomlinson 
Kathleen 
Touschner 

Joseph Triano 

President 
Betty Ungemach 
Linda Wands 
Judy Wargo 
Susan Weaver 
Margaret Weilage 
Irene Wiard 



Constance Wojcik 

Elaine Yost 

Jacqueline Zeller 

Wanda Schaeffer Zellers 

NOT PICTURED: Jean Bluhm, Stephen Bugaj, Janet 
Hamlin, Lois Hardy, Linda Hensel, Dennis Keschl, 
Anna Leonard, Myrna Marshall, Robert Merrill, 
Louis Miraglia, Albert Oldroyd, Connie SkuUney, 
Eleanor Swan, Dianne Vars, Susan E. Wood. 



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Delta Phi Alpha 



Mr. Howard Heaton, Advisor 
Mr. Edward Zulak, Advisor 




Delta Phi Alpha, a national German honorary fra- 
ternity, seeks to recognize excellence in the study of 
the German language and to provide a goal for high 
scholarship. 

Their aims are the promotion of the study of the 
German language, literature, and civilization and the 
emphasizing of those aspects of German life and culture 
which are of universal value to man's eternal search for 
peace and truth. 




Paul Berguson 
Brenda Chalmers 
Deborah Foster 
Sandra Kaley 
Treasurer 



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Charlotte Roberts 


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Dieter Schwarzbauer 
President 


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Mary Ann Seefeldt 
Lana Solt 



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Phi Mu Alpha 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national honorary musi- 
cal fraternity for men who plan to make music their pro- 
fession or vocation. This fraternity aims to advance the 
cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare 
and brotherhood of students of music, to develop true 
fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage 
loyalty to the alma mater. 










Mr. David Dick - Advisor 




illiam Berresford 
Treasurer 



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amuel Garloff 



John Good 




James Dale 
Corres. Secretary 




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Matthew Kollar 



Michael Elser 
Rec. Secretary 




Thomas Gallup 




George Martinec 



Frederick Otto 



Dean Gardner 



William Pease 




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Karl Steger 




Howard Phibbs 
President 




Thomas Wierbowski 
Warden -Historian 




Walter Reeser 




George Robinson 




George Wolfe j^hn Zehner 

Alumni Secretary 
NOT PICTURED: Fred Gardner, Darryl Seiwgll 




Alex Sidorowicz 
Vice President 



James Zelonis 



Terry Spicknell 




Robert Zuchowski 
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Phi Sigma Pi 



Phi Sigma Pi, a national honorary fraternity for men in teacher 
preparation institutions, is the oldest fraternity guiding Mansfield 
State College men and serving the college. 

The fraternity offers fellowship for those who have a common 
concern for education. Its members are kept aware of the standards 
and* ideals of modern efficient teaching. 



NOT PICTURED: Stephen Bugaj, Ralph Fuller, Michael Fullwood, 
George Holmes, Dennis Keschl, Pledge Master; Joseph Kessler, 
Robert Merrill, Albert Oldroyd, Samuel Schappelle. 




Harold Bartron 



Mr. Bruce Davis - Advisor 




Paul Berguson 
Corres. Secretary 





Robert Burnett 
Treasurer 



Charles Denkenberger 



Albert Hoover 



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Allen Hulslander 
Vice President 



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Ronald Doan 




Harold Kahler 




Donald Dow 



Samuel Garloff 
Rec. Secretary 




Peter Kneiss 
President 



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Matthew Kollar 
Pari. -Hist. 




Kenneth Lehman 



Larry Linder 



Keith Myers 



Howard Phibbs 



John Quashnoc 



Timothy Salony 





John Sulzer 



Joseph Triano 



Guy Vlasits 




James Zelonis 



Pi Delta Phi 




Pi Delta Phi, organized just this year, began a program of action 
that indicates that it is an organization of strength and action as well 
as a fraternity of language majors. 

Through the supper meetings, parties, and formal programs, Pi 
Delta Phi enables its members to have the advantages of vital en- 
gagement with the people and culture of their language specialty. 



Kathleen Caffo 
Barbara Finnerty 

Vice-President 
Lael Fontanella 
James Hoose 

Historian 

Past President 



Marcia Humphrey 
Antonio landimarino 
Jean Lent 

Treasurer 
Stephanie Myskiew 

Recording Secretary 



Thana Paris 
Ruth Ann Rodgers 
Karen Rulander 
Rosemary Rieppel 

Corresponding Secretary 



Jean Soltis 
Susan West 
Charlotte Wilson 
Jacqueline Zeller 
President 



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Sigma Alpha lota 



Sigma Alpha Iota is an international professional fraternity for 
women in the field of music. This fraternity's aims are to promote 
professional competency and achievement within the field of music, 
to further the development of music in America, and to promote a 
stronger bond of understanding between foreign countries and America. 



Mary Jane Allen 
Darlene Baker 
Judith Baker 
Rhoda Bartell 
Treasurer 
Gail Boden 
arbara Brendlinger 



Susan Brunner 
Kathleen Burdick 
Denise Carter 

Recording Secretary 
Lisa Chapman 
Christine Ensinger 
Lucille Ferrell 



Judy Ferris 

Corres. Secretary 
Pamela Ford 
Carol Foster 
Sandra Gerber 
Ruth Gresh 
Margaret Hixson 



Joby Jeffrey 
Joan Kell 
Linda Kleppinger 
Shelia Kraynock 
Mary Liguori 

Vice-President 
Ann MacDonald 
Suzanne Manning 

Joan Musser 
Amy Olmstead 

President 
Bernadine Rettger 
Kathleen Rhodes 

Chaplain 
Connie Rowe 
Susan Schlieder 
Patti Shedden 

Margaret Shropshire 
Lynne Smith 
Karen Starner 
Marjorie Turtle 
Susan Watkins 
Geralyn Welchans 
Irene Wiard 

Sergeant -at-Arms 



NOT PICTURED: Virginia Little 



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Sigma Zeta 



Sigma Zeta is a national honorary science and mathe- 
matics society in which active membership is restricted to 
upperclass'men possessing high ideals and scholarship. Fresh- 
man and sophomore science or mathematics majors whose 
work indicates high scholarship are eligible for associate 
membership. Sigma Zeta seeks to encourage high scholar- 
ship among its members and to promote further interest in 
science and mathematics. 



Ur. Manly Powell 
Advisor 



Dr. Newell Schappelle 
Advisor 




Paul Berguson 
President 




Jean Ann Eckman 



Dawn Burke 
Vice President 




Barbara Fettei 



Carol Burnett 




John Himes 




Robert Burnett Charles Denkenberger 




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Albert Hoover 




Margaret Kandelin 
Treasurer 



Larry Linder 




Marie Manchester 
Historian 




Joanne Mayer 
Corres. Secretary 




Janet McQuiston 




Herbert Pearson 




Mary Risner 





Janet Rodney 



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Joseph Shultz 



Dena Taylor 




NOT PICTURED: 
Janet Hamlin 
Linda Hensel 
Dennis Keschl 
Albert Oldioyd 
Mary Perkins 
Samuel Schappelle 



Bruce Wallin 



Connie Wojcik 



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PHIL AXSWINI 
End 



VARSITY - FIRST ROW: T. Salony, J. Soprano, D. Straub, L. DiFlippantonio, P. Answini, M. 
Unger, R. Bowen, G. Shue, T. Giddings, M. Bncker. SECOND ROW: J. Campbell, C. Spezialetti, 
R. Rogers, S. Doepke, D. Hammond, M. Sauchuk, S. Patti, L. Rowe, R. Soprano, R. Adonizio, 
J. Caniarata. THIRD ROW: M. Diveris, J. Quashnoc, D. Koskey, J. Richardson, J. Mealy, J. 
Norcross, T. Ellsworth, T. Picone, E. Hickey, E. Klem, P. Schmerey. FOURTH ROW: E. Trex- 
ler, S. Casterline, J. Hutter, R. Roefaro, R. Hipp, A. Clark, H. Kehler, G. Klayko, D. Ottavi- 
ani, T. Maruca, D. Preshlock. FIFTH ROW: R. Holihan, W. Whalen, J. Vaitkumas, S. Dreibel- 
bis, P. Patanzo, S. Skowran, J. Buskirk. SIXTH ROW: Coaches: R. Moore, H. Shaw, A. Keller, 
M. Dry, W. Vroman, G. Romaine, L. Warchasky, T. Costello, R. Kelchner, Pres. Bryan. NOT 



PICTURED: W. Burns. 



'67 Mounties 



If the heart of the college lies in its academics, 
then much of its spirit lies in its athletics . . . pro- 
viding an exciting experience for player and spec- 
tator on both the intercollegiate and intramural 
levels ... in a spirit of fellowship, sportsmanship, 
and laughter . . . this is the companion to study . . . 
the total result is a liberal education. 



RICH BOWEN 
Defensive Halfback 



MARK BRICKER 
Defensive Tackle 



Courage 
Pride 
Spirit 



LOU DiFLIPPANTONIO 
Offensive Tackle 



STAN DOEPKE 
Quarterback 





TOM GIDDINGS 
Linebacker 



TED MARUCA 
Defensive Halfback 



BILL MAWHIR 
Defensive Halfback 



SAL FATTl 
Guard 



LAW^Y KOVVE 
Halfback 







MIKE SAUCHUK 
Defensive Halfback 



Co-Captains 




The 1967-68 Mountie Grid Machine produced one of the most exciting and successful seasons in recent MSC 
history. From an opening game 44-0 triumph over Geneva College, to the resounding 49-7 victory over Kutztown 
in the season's final, the fans were treated to a brand of football that was characterized by an explosive offense 
and a rock-ribbed defense. 

Mike Sauchuk and John Soprano were selected as co-captains of this year's team. This was a fitting tribute 
to the two men who may be the last Mounties to earn varsity football letters. 

Several members of the class of '68 were named to the Pennsylvania State College "All Conference Team. " 
John Soprano, the diminutive halfback, was a first team selection. Dave Straub, a three year starter, won a 
defensive end berth, and Lou DiFilippantonio, one of MSC's most versatile linemen, was named to an offensive 
tackle position. Phil Answini (offensive end), Sal Patti (offensive guard), Tim Salony (defensive end), and Rich 
Bowen (defensive halfback) were also All Conference picks. 



TIM SALONY 
Defensive End 




DAVE STRAUB 
Defensive End 



GEORGE SHUE 
Defensive Halfback 



MARK UNGER 
Fullback 




Varsity Results 



M.S.C. 



OPPONENTS 



44 Geneva --------- q 

26 Delaware State -------- 6 

37 Bloomsburg State 42 

50 Cheyney State -------- s 

25 MillersN ille State 13 

14 East Stroudsburg State -20 

13 Brockport, New York 8 

West Chester State 53 

49 Kutztown State -------- 7 



Phil Answini adds yards after catching the pass. 



When we were high, we were very, very high; but when we 
were low, brother, it was — . Those low points were Blooms- 
burg State, East Stroudsburg State, and West Chester State. The 
high points, and they were high, were those six sweet victories, 
the most for the Mounties in 27 years. 

Highlights: 

In the opener of the M. S. C. football season, the Mounties 
easily beat Geneva and continued their fine performance by 
downing Delaware State. Riding high from their two previous 
victories, the Mounties were ready for their arch rival, the 
Huskies of Bloomsburg. But, alas, the Huskies' aerial attack 
proved too much for the Mounties. It was a biner defeat, a 
real heartbreaker. 




The team was up again for its 50-8 romp over Cheyney, 
and a slightly overconfident squad made the long bus trip to 
Millersville State. It took the combination of the Mounties' 
potent offense and a stingy defense to come home with a vic- 
tory. 





Co-Captain, Soprano, sweeps for the needed yardage 



For four years the 1968 seniors had watched as East 
Stroudsburg State humiliated Mansfield. This year they 
knew it was the year of revenge, and it looked like re- 
venge was theirs - until fate turned on the Mounties and 
they lost. Not humiliation this time, but disgust - a 
very big improvement. 

Brockport fielded the toughest team the Mounties 
have seen from this New York school. It took a lot of 
good rough and tough football to bring a victory back to 
M. S. C. With West Chester State, it was again humil- 
iation. 




If the phrase, "The last thing you do will be long 
remembered" is true, then the '67 Mountie seniors left 
a good foundation for Coach Kelchner's 1968 team to 
build on, with a 49-7 rout of Kutztown State and a 6-3 
record. 



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Success! 



FRESHMEN - FIEIST ROW: J. Boring, D. Bowen, H. Michalovic, W. Sakusky, T. Franklin, A. 
Stankavage, R. Mazzatesta, J. Osuch, S. Galli. SECOND ROW: P. Gates, W. Sedorovich, A. 
Fiato, P. Rhodes, M. Reid, D. O'Hara, B. Brown, J. Klinger. THIRD ROW: J. Sparmblack, D. 
Heidom, S. Wolfe, R. Pascucci, S. McCulley, W. Babcock, E. Gillis, S. Phillips, F. Cicacci. 
FOURTH ROW: R. Buehler, W. Brown, L. McKeirnan, P. Nush, D. Barton, J. Petorak, J. Domb- 
kiewLcz, A. Bubnis, S. Stanton. 




Freshman 
Results 



M.S.C. 



OPPONENTS 



28 Lock Haven 6 

36 Brockport 19 

12 Lycoming - - - - 34 

14 Bloomsburg 13 




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MARGARET WEILAGE, Head Majorette 





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"Kansas City, Here We Come!" was again numoer one ot 
the chants at M. S. C. as the Mounties started their first season 
under the firm guidance of Coach Ed Wilson. The Mounties were 
a rated contender before the season, and they lived up to every- 
thing expected of them. 

The Mounties started the season off properly by christening 
East Stroudsburg's new Koehler Field House with its first loss, 
78-68. They continued with unusual success and won all seven 
games before the Christmas break. 

Bolstering the Mounties' attack vs^as senior, Walt Bartkowshi, 
juniors - Fran Ducheskic, Dave Brisiel, Joel Griffing, Mike Tam- 
mato, Greg Dunham, and Don Walker, and sophomores -Ron 
Collier, Joe Luckman and Ron Pointek. 

The season's record of 17-7 was highlighted by wins over 
Edinboro State, the new state champions, and a win over a pow- 



Griffing with another rebound. 

erful, highly rated Maryland State team in the first game of the 
playoffs. The Kansas City Express was missed with a loss to Mil- 
lersville in the District 19 Finals. 

The leading scorer for the Mounties was captain Walt Bart- 
kowski, a senior, who scored at a 17. 5 clip and hauled in 7. 9 
rebounds per game. Walt also was on the Eastern Division first 
team. 

The Mounties ended the season with a well-balanced attack 
which included all five starters being over double figures. Over- 
all, the Mounties were able to score at a 85. 6 average, while 
holding the opponents to an average of 73. 5. 

To add to the success of the team. Coach Wilson, in his first 
year at the helm, was selected N. A. 1. A. District 19 Coach of 
the Year. 




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'67-'68 Mounties 
Teamwork 




M. S. C. OPPONENTS 

78 East Stroudsburg State 68 

98 Point Park 63 

84 Kutztown State 63 

92 Millersville State 79 

96 Brockport 55 

70 West Chester State 68 

99 Houghton 47 

81 Edinboro State 99 

86 Point Park 65 

80 Shippensbuig State- ----- 86 

76 Bloomsburg State 82 

80 Ithaca - 77 

102 Lock Haven State 65 

106 Edinboro State 65 

77 Cheyney 95 

91 East Stroudsburg State 77 

94 Kutztown State 80 

74 Millersville State 78 

85 West Chester State 73 

70 Shippensburg State - - 57 

98 Bloomsburg State 76 

64 Cheyney State 87 

95 Maryland State* 82 

70 Millersville State* 84 

* NAIA District I'J Tournament 
The Jumping Rebel. 



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Hustle 
Drive 



Tweeet . . . block out underneath 
... fundamentals, fundamentals... 
pass and go . . . run . . . run ... run . . . 
take your shot when you've got it . . . 
screen . . . pass and go underneath . . . 
set it up . . . get down court . . . throw 
it up, Joel . . . shoot, "Reb, " shoot . . . 
go up the floor, Walt . . . come on, 
"Tiny" . . . the play should be auto- 
matic by now ... run it again . . . pass 
inside . . . rebound . . . hustle back on 
defense . . . fast break . . . get the re- 
bound away quick . . . run 'em off the 
floor . . . basketball a go go. 





VARSITY - FIRST ROW: R. Collier, D. Walker, J. Griffing, J. Luckman, W. Bartkowski - Capt. , M. 
Tammaro, F. Duncheskie, J. Watson, A. Garik. SECOND ROW: Coach Dry. Coach Maxson, Coach Wil- 
son, D. Brisiel, G. Dunham, R. Pointek, J. Swift, S. Brown, K4anager; E. Karpinsky, Manager. 



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A little Southern humor 



"Ducky" Duncheski drives for two. 



Hustling Tammaro 



FRESHMEN - HRST ROW: R. Keiber, L. Blair, O. Cott, E. Crawford, 
R. Stroup. SECOND ROW: Coach Maxson, J. Kehler, C. Williams, 
R. Weinstein, R. Sarring, T. Burtner. 






Frosh in action 




That Wilson spirit 



M,S.C. Grapplers 



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VARSITY - HRST ROW: J. Yellets, C. Sorber. D. Ottoviani. 
Diveris, G. Bottiger, N. Grego. 



SECOND ROW: Coach Shaw , H. Krout, M. 



Seniors 





M. S. C. 

53 
16 
10 
13 

2 
28 
22 
31 
18 

8 
24 
12 

6 

5 



OPPONENTS 



Cheyney State - - - - o 

Brockport ------ 13 

Bloomsburg State- - - 28 

Clarion State 27 

Wilkes 30 

Shippensburg State - - 11 

Edinboro State 19 

Kutztown State 11 

Oneonta -_-- n 

Lycoming ------ 24 

Millersville State - - 19 

Ithaca 19 

East Stroudsburg State- 33 
Lock Haven State - - 41 



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Dieter Schwarzbauer 



Marty Collier 




Yellets muscles his man to the mat. 



of the matmen, Dieter has one of the most impres- 
sive records with 10 wins, 2 losses, and 2 draws. In 
the PSCAC tournament Dieter, wrestling at 177, 
finished in fourth place. 

The Mounties ended the season with a 7-7 rec- 
ord. As a team, the Mountaineers scored 250 points 
to the opposition's 286. The Mounties won 18 in- 
dividual matches by falls and 38 by decisions. The 
opponents collected 17 individual falls and 49 de- 
cisions against M. S. C. 

In the PSCAC tournament M. S. C. placed 7th 
with 14 points and in the NAIA Mansfield was tied 
for 33rd place with 2 points. The NAIA field was 
composed of 63 teams. Dieter and Gary gathered 
the Mountie points. 



In 1962, Dr. Wallace Maurer introduced to 
Mansfield a sport that dated as far back as the an- 
cient Greeks. In its first year wrestling showed great 
promise. Today under the capable direction of 
Coach Henry Shaw, wrestling has become a major 
sport at Mansfield State College. 

This year's team had many great moments, but 
there were also some unpleasant ones. The first 
quadrangular meet ever held at M. S. C. was won 
with surprising ease by the Mountie matmen. Gary 
Bottiger, a junior from Mifflinburg, set a new rec- 
ord by scoring the highest decision over an opponent. 
Gary defeated George Miller of Oneonta 18-0. In 
the PSCAC competition Gary once again proved his 
strength. He finished third in the 191 lb. weight 
class. Dieter Schwarzbauer also brought some glory 
to Mansfield territory. As well as being the captain 




Awards 



Dick Dent keeping his man 



Co-Most Valuable Wrestlers Most Improved 




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Mike Diveris 





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FRESHMEN - HRST ROW: J. Keenan, M. Mowry, M. Reid. SECOND 
ROW: Coach MacDougal, M. McClenahan, H. Michalovic, R. Baker. 




Sorber controls his man. 



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VARSITY - FIRST ROW: Coach Heaps, T. Watson, R. Carson, T. Davy, W. Davis. SECOND ROW: 
D. Tambs, M. Derr, C. Marvin, B. Davy, S. Reid. THIRD ROW: T. Hill, S. Taylor, R. Foust, 
L. Reid, J. Thomas. FOURTH ROW: H. Turnaurer, T. Cassell, L. Menichetti, T. Kozal, C. 
Robertson, K. Garrison. 



The 1968 Mounties had a losing season after a 
strong showing in 1967. Seventeen away games out 
of 23 games and a difficult schedule that included 
NCAA powers, Penn State and Cornell, contributed 
to the off year. Still it was a good team, winning 
more games than all but one former Mountie squad. 
Losing only two lettermen, the diamondmen are 
looking for a big season in 1969. They should re- 
ceive help from this year's undefeated freshman 
squad. 

M. S. C. OPPONENTS 

6 Randolph Macon ------ 12 

6 Western Maryland - 3 

1 Cornell 5 

Cornell 5 

Lock Haven State ----- 1 

6 Lock Haven State 7 

4 Bloomsburg State 2 

2 Bloomsburg State 3 

6 Houghton 1 

3 Houghton 2 

Millersville State 10 

8 Millersville State 10 

12 Lock Haven State 1 

Lock Haven State ----- 1 

4 Bloomsburg State 3 

8 Bloomsburg State- ----- 

5 East Stroudsburg State - - - 1 
2 East Stroudsburg State 5 

1 Penn State 4 

1 Penn State 4 

Hard-hitting Tom Davy 



'68 Diamond Men 

Determination 
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Power 




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FRESHMEN - HKbT KUW: W. Sakusky, T. Casseii, H. lurnauer, L. 
Menichetti, T. Kozal. SECOND ROW: J. Osuch, D. Hagadorn, J. 
Borne, K. Garrison. THIRD ROW: E. Fisher, Coach Costello. 




Hitting the dirt. 






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situation under control. 





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FIRST ROW: J. Sleboda, J. Hutter, K. Hanley, S. Sweet, M. Serfas, R. Adonizio, W. Reesnian. SECOND ROW: 
J. Trosino, J. Severing, L. Kibbe, P. Wood, T. Brace, H. Spang, R. Pierce, C. Colwell, G. Wesmiller,^ J. Col- 
lum. THIRD ROW: Coach Dry, S. Hanauer, S. Cianfarano, J. Bevan, J. Sparnblack, E. Crawford, D. O'Hara, L. 
Worthin^ton, G. Larson, Coach Maxson. 



MSC's Trackmen 




M. S. C. 

29 

33 

119 
50 
60 

70 1/2 
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OPPONENTS 

Lock Haven State ------- gg 

Lycoming ----------- 56 

Clarion State --------- 85 

Indiana State --------- 61 

Houghton ----------- 25 

Millersville State 90 

Bloomsburg State ------- 82 

East Stroudsburg State 74 1/2 

Edinboro State- -------- 51 



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1968 was the sixth year for track and field at M. S. C. 
As usual, the Tioga weather did not co-operate with the 
trackmen and thus prevented them from being in the best of 
condition at the beginning of the season. The season, as a 
whole, offered more to be desired, but there were some 
bright spots. 

During the year Steve Sweet broke the mile record 
(4:22.8) and the 880 (2 min. ). Reesman, Adonizio, Wood, 
and Pierce broke the 440 relay (43. 3), and Phil Wood's 50. 6 
broke the 440 yd. run. 

At the P. S. C. A. Meet the Mounties took 7th place. 
Some individual standouts at this meet were Steve Sweet, 
1st in the mile; Ed Spang, 4th in the 880; Joe Hanko, 6th 
in the 400 intermediate hurdles. 

The track team is looking forward to a strong team next 
year. The team loses only three seniors, Tom Mann, Guy 
Vlasits, and William Reesman. 




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Diveris and Hanko win points for Mounties 



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Cross Country 




FIRST ROW: K. Hanley, J. Trosino, D. Gregg. SECOND ROW: Coach M. Dry, L. Kibbe, P. 
Wood, S. Sweet. 



Courage, devotion, and endurance are the trademarks of a good cross country 
man. The men who composed the first cross country team at M. S. C. possess 
these qualities. Although they receive little recognition for their efforts, the 
team did a remarkable job for beginners. A cross country race covers a distance 
of five miles, but many more miles must be spent in training for the event. 

Against a strong Lock Haven team, and with only three runners, Mansfield's 
Hanley finished second. Sweet fourth, and Kibbe sixth. At the PSCA's meet at 
West Chester, out of 42 runners, Kevin Hanley finished 13th, Steve Sweet 15th, 
John Collum 17th, Ed Spang 21st, Dick Gregg 26th, and Len Kibbe 31st. The 
team was coached by Mr. Maxson and Joe Trosino. 

The Mounties did their best and are to be congratulated for fine effort. 



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VARSITY - FIRST ROW: H. Hunt, J. Himes, K. Anstadt. SECOND ROW: T. Eicker, J. Sebring, M. Tarn- 
maro, C. Heffentrayer, Coach Heverly. 



Tennis 



Varsity Results 



M. S. C. 

4 
2 
4 
4 



OPPONENTS 



Lock Haven ------ 6 

Shippensburg State - - 7 

Indiana State 5 

Bloomsburg State 5 

Milleisville State - - - 9 




FRESHMEN: G. Hartson, T. Donnachie, N. Beyer, D. Pennington, D. Smith, 
Coach Heverly. 



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HRST ROW 



: D. Walker, J. Griffing, C. Schwalm. SECOND ROW: B. Stettler, R. Head, M. Gilnette, Coach Decker. 



Griffing in form 




'es Golf 

Patience 
Form 
Power 

Coach Decker's four returning lettermen, Griffing, Head, 
Stettler, and Walker ran into stiff competition in their meets. 
This year's season will go as a year of building. Practically the 
entire team will be returning next year, since Bill Stettler is the 
only senior. The one bright spot of the season was Joel Griffing 
finishing in the Pennsylvania State Meet. 



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Kutztown State - 
Lycoming - - - - 
Bloomsburg State 
MiUersville State 
Bloomsburg State 
Kings 



OPPONENTS 



-15 

- 5 1/2 

-11 

-11 

-11 1/2 

-12 






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Walker tees off. 



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The Women's Athletic Association is an organization de- 
signed to provide athletic and recreational activities for all 
women on campus. WAA offers many intramural programs 
for girls including basketball, volleyball, field hockey, soft- 
ball, bowling, tennis, and table tennis. 

An awards program was held in the Spring to present in- 
dividual awards and trophies to tournament winners and run- 
ners -up. 



Women^s 

Athletic 

Association 




Basketball Champions 




FIRST ROW: S. Frable, L. Manfredi, R. Irons. SECOND ROW: K. Woodcock, K. Kutta, B. 
Kramm, S. Rowe, M. Campbell. 



Volleyball Champions 




FIRST ROW: P. Reese, M. Igoe, C. Gipe. SECOND ROW: B. Unguieit, D. 
Ferguson, B. Gantz, L. Ropke, D. O'Conner. 



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Softball Champions 





FIRST ROW: G. Wolfel, D. Ferguson, M. Page, M. Hixson. SECOND ROW: 
B. Fetter, N. Cozad, G. Marsh. 



Table Tennis Champion 



Michele Fenstermaker 



Field 

Hockey 

Team 



FIRST ROW: R. Kilargis, M. Lord, 
D. Dunn. SECOND ROW: E. 
Bryant, K. Stoyko, J. Bingler - 
Co-captain, R. Haddad, C. Bry- 
ant. THIRD ROW: M. Hutter, M. 
Bjork, S. Otruba, R. Jaczynski, 
S. Ford. NOT PICTURED: B. 
Kramm, Co -captain. 



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Freshman Chorus 



Conductor, DR. BENJAMIN HUSTED 



Concert Choir 



Conductor, MR. DAVID DICK 




Festival 
Chorus 



Conductor, MRS. KATHRYN DYCK 






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Concert Wind Ensemble 




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Esquires 




FIRST ROW:, R. Shuss, A. Sidorowicz, G. Wolfe, J. Zelonis, V. MacGregor, M. Schalm. SEC- 
OND ROW: A. Grimm, W. Berresford, C. Jacobson, G. Seidel, J. Barton. THIRD ROW: M. Con- 
ning, H. Phibbs, H. Housley, S. Laktasic, D. Seiwell, R. Talbot, Advisor. 




Symphonic 
Band 



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Chamber 
Singers 




FIRST ROW: C. Ensinger, J. Baker, P. Ford, C. James, B. Brendlinger. 
SECOND ROW: G. Call, K. Billow, G. Welchans, T. Shellenberger, R. 
Baker, Mr. Dick, Advisor. 



Renaissance Singers 




M. Richenbacher, N. Loushay, N. Perkins, D. Baker, G. Boden, K. Hamilton, L. Anderson, M. Starks, 
C. Horl, L. Figart. SECOND ROW: W. Wolfe, J. Pierce, S. Eister, J. Bean, C. Johnson, R. White, R. 
Burberick, W. Hsueh. 



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Opera Workshop 




FIRST ROW, bottom to top: J. Pierce, B. Pike, J. Silvetti, G. Markhani, K. Steger, B. Brendlinger, A. Bridges, 
R. Zuchowski, J. Bean. SECOND ROW: M. Dreibelbis, J. Snyder, J. Mayer, P. Blum, J. Baker, G. Boden, R. 
Scott, G. Welchans. THIRD ROW: D. Foster, M. Chase, R. Babb, M. Shropshire, S. Worley, M. Starks, L. 
Chapman, S. Watkins, A. Bottiglier, W. Stewart, S. Hort, A. Gramet, D. Harvey, D. Roland. 




Recorder Consort 



S. Manning, S. Watson, L. Smith. 



Collegium 
Musicum 



FIRST ROW: J. Ferris, P. Ford, D. Carter, 
M. Liguori, G. Boden, V. Little, G. Wel- 
chans, J. Baker, T. Shellenberger, S. Ger- 
ber. SECOND ROW: K. Billow, S. Lynn, 
W. Berresford, J. Kell, J. Bender, B. Ful- 
mer, K. Starner, C. Jacobson, Mr. Hsueh. 
THIRD ROW: V. MacGregor, S. Watson, 
C. James, L. Figart, S. Mikisits, I. Wiard, 
A. MacDonald, T. Spicknell. FOURTH 
ROW: T. Gallup, J. Fetter, A. Sidorowicz, 
M. J. Scholl, M. Chase, B. Brendlinger. 
STANDING: Dr. Charles Wunderlich. 




Brass Sextet 




C. Morgan, F. Otto, J. Bender, C. Foster, R. Kunkle. ABSENT: D. Bailey. 



Trombone 
Quartet 



C. Jacobson, J. Barton, \V. Berresford, J. 
Bean. 




Trumpet Quintet 



G. Ruth, D. Vars, S. Laktasic, 
H. Phibbs, H. Housely. 



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Woodwind Quintet 




J. Musser, J. Dale, M. Liguori, R. Bartell, A. Sidorowicz. 




Dr. Lara Hoggard, guest conductor 
of the 1968 Choral Festival, discusses 
the fine points of the Faure Requiem 
with Dr. Husted and Theresa Brown of 
Mansfield State College. The Festival 
Concert was a result of combined ef- 
forts of the college choirs and the 
Mansfield College-Community Orches- 
tra. 



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Student Council 



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nt^T ROW: S. Phillips, S. Trapani, W. Anderson, G. Wesmiller, Treas. ; L. Graham, Secy.; M. FuUwood, 
Pres. ; Dean Hurley, Advisor; L. Royer, H. Hunt, K. P. Walsh. SECOND ROW: K. McCarthy, R. Brownback, 
L. Fetterman, R. Judge, J. Petro, L. Reinniger, R. Horton. 



Student Recreation Committee 




HRST ROW: R. Slavin, Miss Lukasz, R. Scott. SECOND ROW: Dean Kelchner. S. Parker, 
Dean Kollar, Advisor; P. Goff, G. Marcincavage. ABSENT: Miss Moser, Mrs. Lutes, Mr. 
Heverly, J. Tanner, A. Bomberger, S. Rodgers. 



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Art 
Club 



FIRST ROW: D. Castano, D. Bowen, R. Chrzanowski, V. Pres. ; S. Bower, Pres. SECOND 
ROW: R. Hess, Secy.; G. Davis, M. Metz, C, Chapman, M. Mills, P. Fuss, A. Said. AB- 
SENT: L. Mills, Treas. 



Bridge Club 




FIRST ROW: M. Diveris, V. Pres. ; Dr. Unger, Advisor; C. Hull, Pres. ; A. Smith, Sec. -Treas. SECOND 
ROW: J. McCarl, D. Dent, W. Russell, K. Eppley, E. Miller, T. Serafin, D. Hensel, J. Anderson, M. 
Murphy, R. Wampoie, P. Peiffer, T. Burchill. 



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N. Brown, L. Kleppinger, C. Sny 
der, N. Mehl, C. Chapman, P. 
Palmer. 





' STAFF MEMBERS: 

Linda Kleppinger 
Candace Snyder 
Patricia Palmer 
Nan Brown 
Geri Bruno 
Carol Chapman 
Ted Combs 
Stephani Covell 
Donna Dunn 
Nancie Foss 
Brook Hunt 
Russ Hyde 
Barbara J. Kramm 
Nancy Mehl 
Marie Salony 
Timothy Salony 
Deirdre -Holly Spelman 




Dr. Mildred Menge 



Mr. Alfred Kjelgaard 



Mrs. Esther Jones 



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Council for the Exceptional Child 




FIRST ROW: S. Konkle, C. Klink, J. Sebrrng, Sec; G. Dunham. SECOND ROW: S. Matthews, G. Roupp, P. 
Nichols, J. Coldren, C. Wheeler, D. Hine. THIRD ROW: J. Wall, Mr. Kovich, Advisor; J. Hailing, Treas. ; 
D. Patterson, L. Powell, K. Anstadt, A. Klapatch. FOURTH ROW: M. Beyer, C. Bachman, J. Behrmen, S. 
Johnston, L. Wiand, A. Geneva. 



Debate Society 




Mr. Powell, Advisor; D. Heberling, A. Tomkavage, V. Pres. ; D. Kehler, Pres. ; K. Evans, R. Stevens. ABSENT: 
J. Sulzer, Treas. 



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Falcon 



G. Loomis, Mr. Forsyte, Ad- 
visor; C. Wilson, P. Kneiss. 



Flashlight 





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J. Garman, S. Shiplett, K. Smith, C. Holmes, J. Hall, J. Wolfe, P. Smith, Mrs. Messermith, 
Advisor; T. Combs, R. Moore. 




4-H Club 




FIRST ROW: J. Deaver, E. Porczak, Sec; R. Bennet, A. Erb, M. Wollaston, Treas. ; M. Hutter, J. 
Spahi, L. Lee. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Lutes, Advisor; M. Bleiler, Pres. ; L. Ballard, V. Pres. ; B. Hill, 
S. Nye, W. Werkheiser, S. Harris, B. Heckert, J. Rossey. THIRD ROW: M. Halton, M. Stradmer, 

D. Rodney, S. ftodgers. 



Inter-Collegiate Government 




FIRST ROW: E. Brace, J. Lutsky, S. Blankenbehler. SECOND ROW: K. Lehman, S. Bal- 
lard, R. Montgomery. 



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Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 




FIRST ROW: J. Bean, Pres. ; D. Becker, Sec; D. Simpson, M. Weaver, T. Mock, S. Hazzard, V. Oakes, V. Pres. ; E. Geritz, 
Treas. ; S. Lentz, S. Nye. SECOND ROW: Y. Bleiler, J. Wills, N. Perkins, W. Kasparek, R. Tanner, R. Saxon, R. Palmer, R. 
Westbrook. 



Lutheran Student Association 




FIRST ROW: B. Keller, F. Roupp, D. Beatty, N. Young, Rev. Billow. SECOND ROW: S. Haney. 
L. Weiss, Mr. Carlson, Advisor. 



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M" Club 



Officers 



D. Swanzbauer, M. Bricker 
T. Saloney, Dean Kelchner 
Advisor; R. Collier. 




FIRST ROW: D. Straub. P. Schemery, M. Collier, Dean Kelchner, T. Saloney, P. Answini, L. Rowe, W. Whalen. SEC- 
OND ROW: T. Maruca, G. Shue, C. Marvin, J. Yellets, R. Collier, M. Bricker, J. Griffing. THIRD ROW: R. Faust, W. 
Thomas, P. Ritter, J. T. Davy, K. P. Walsh, R. Bowen, J. Vaitkunis, S. Dreibelbis. FOURTH ROW: M. Tammaro, M. 
Zoschg, P. Wood, J. Trosino, H. Spang, R. Gregg, T. Giddings. FIFTH ROW: G. Dunham, L. Kibbe, J. Hutter, D. 
Schwartzbauer, D. Hammond, F. Motalsa. 



Pledges 



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Movie 
Committee 



G. Holmes, B. Pullman, R. Borst, 
D. Rodney, Dr. Goode. 



Music Education Club 




FIRST ROW: Mrs. Kemper, Miss Borkey, Advisor; D. Bryant, Pres. ; A. Sidorowicz, V. Pres. ; C. James, Treas. ; I. Wiard, 
Sec. ; L. Figart, L. Anderson. SECOND ROW: F. Gardner, D. Carter, B. Fulmer, V. Little, M. J. Scholl, J. Fetter, W. 
Berresford, B. Hazzard, S. Mikisits, A. MacDonald. THIRD ROW: S. Lyoni, I. Borodkin, J. Zehner, G. Martinec, T. 
Brown, D. Rodgers, K. Meyer, B. Peters, J. Herrick, L. Kleppinger. 



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Newman Club 




FIRST ROW: Father Hickey, Dr. Bencetic, Advisor; S. Miller, B. Renger, C. Sadonick, A. MacDonald, V. De- 
Christopher, Father Duggan. SECOND ROW: A. LaFace, R. Rieppel, M. Mente. E. Miller, J. Ely, A. Christ, J. 
Mikloiche, J. Kolchak, J. Lutsky, M. Risner, K. Buchert, C. Snigar, M. Igoe. THIRD ROW: S. Wolcott, S. Hock, 
A. Burba, S. Myskiew, L. Lindelow, J. Dantini, R. Kielbasa, G. Tansits, J. Sneed. FOURTH ROW: N. Summo, 
T. Burchill, J. Haniahan, E. Dubershoski, E. Burns, L. Melanowsky, P. Bubb, M. Ostertag, C. Szybist. FIFTH 
ROW: S. Hort, M. Augustine, C. Paulson, V. Wakh, J. Yuknalis, P. Schamel, J. Lerch, A. Klapatch, A. Misan- 
tone. 



Players 




FIRST ROW: B. Pike, Historian; M. Potter, Treasurer; V. Yeakley, V. Pres. ; T. Knoll, Pres. ; C. Levi, A. Saia, Sec. 
B. Beers, K. Krichbaum, Mr. Westlake, Advisor. SECOND ROW: L. Mills, K. Box, W. Hoeper, R. Antonucci, V. 
Fan, S. Powell, S. Hazzard, H. Bartron, J. Roman. THIRD ROW: L. Hahn, F. Labaty, K. Williams, C. Vaiana, W. 
Brundage, J. Pierce, S. Smithgall, L. Karaffa, E. Smith, J. Prevost, J. Oliver. 



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PLEDGES - FIRST ROW: M. Chase, A. Schneider, J. Wuchter, J. Reinhart, P. Scha- 
mel. SECOND ROW: S. Henning, J. Washeleski, D. Bowen, C. Hine, D. Heller, R. 
Stevens. THIRD ROW: D. White, V. DeChristopher , D. Gockley, B. Movyers, B. 
Dunkle, D. Ford, J. Yuknalis. 





Radio Station - WNTE-FM 




RADIO CLUB SECRETARIES - C. Stoneback, J. Ely, L. Palmer, Office Manager; M. Yount, Office 
Manager; C. Varasko, L. Karaffa, J. Warner, M. Orcutt, S. Graber. 




FIRS,T ROW: E. Yob, General Manager; Mr. Davis, Advisor; L. Benjamin, G. Han- 
ratty, R. Holihan, B. Wentworth, G. Lowe. SECOND ROW: S. Garloff, D. Kehler, 
J. Carson, N. Matthews, C. Kochenash, D. Smith, J. Bender, K. Smith. 



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Reader's Theatre 




nRST ROW: L. Royer, Pres. ; D. Fahnestock, V. Pres. ; P. Connors, Sec. SECOND ROW: K. Hayes, V. 
Parks, R. Stevens, H. Bartron, B. Thorik, S. Smithgall, S. Bridgins, M. N4itchell. 





Ski Club 






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Officers: 



"'^^^^•=" V. Volpe, Pres. ; R. Deal, S. Graber, 
Equip. Dirs. ; M. Cook, Sec. ; Mr. 
Reniy, Advisor; J. Emmett, V. Pres. 
ABSENT: S. Lee, Treas. 




FIRST ROW: A. Potocki, S. Bissey, E. Wambold, B. Ellsworth, M. J. Shay, L. Rhoades, K. 
Hoover. SECOND ROW: M. Cook, K. White, K. Fitz, B. Cutler, L. Hooper, S. Robinson, 
M. Karhan, K. Hanson, O. Byczkalo, T. Shoffner, C. Turtle, S. Graber. THIRD ROW: Mr. 
Remy, S. Palmer, D. Emmett, G. Devine, R. Carson, A. Laczkowski, V. Volpe, R. Deal, J. 
Emmett, D. Behlke, F. Stoughton, P. Bieberry, J. Pittman. 



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Spanish Club 




FIRST ROW: G. Mahana, V. Pres. ; R. Lockhart, Treas. ; N. Reinart, Secy.; Dr. Espino, Mr. lovino, Advisors. 
SECOND ROW:" S. Mower, M. Slavin, D. Pelli6ciotti, J. Schiei, D. Evans. THIRD ROW: L. Boyle, R. Kiel- 
basa, M. Grosser, K. Lindguist, H. Smoyer. ABSENT: M. Derr, Pres. ; S. Smithgall, Record Librarian; J. 
Camarata, Program Director. 



Student PSEA 




nRST ROW: D. Patterson, Treas. ; C. Dierkes, Secy. ; J. Knight, Pres. ; R. Kenna, Sgt. -at-Arms. SECOND 
ROW: D. Biddle, J. Kline, G. Bower, Mrs. Kuster, Mr. Hunsicker, Advisors. THIRD ROW: P. Peiffer, J. 
Bittenbender, E. Brewer, C. A. Skullney. FOURTH ROW: B. A. Soiinekalb, E. McGaffic, D. Strailey, K. 
Lehnan. FIFTH ROW: A. Gasker, D. Garman, S. Henning. SIXTH ROW: V. Ecker. 



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Student Christian Association 



Officers: 



C. Sheldon, Sec. ; R. Saxon, Pub. Ch. 
R. Palmer, Pres. ; V. Cakes, Treas. ; 
T. Mock, First \". Pres. ; L. Benner, 
Second y . Pres. 




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FIRST ROW: c. unger, v. Uakes, R. Palmer, Y. Bleiler, B. Sheely. SECOND ROW: D. Simpson, M. Weaver, E. 
Geritz, D. Hoffman, M. Brown, R. Westbrook. THIRD ROW: N. Perkins, L. Ebright, R. Tanner, R. Saxon, T. 
Mock, L. Benner, C. Sheldon. 



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Young Democrats 




FIRST ROW: L. Hoffman, J. Lutsky, Pres. ; S. Miller, Secy. ; K. Kubasco. SECOND ROW: E. 
Wade, A. La Face, K. Monahan, G. Holmes, L. Schuyler. THIRD ROW: R. Montgomery, G. 
Petro, R. Wagner. ABSENT: C. Kasciminski, V. Pres. ; J. Stockdill, Treas. ; K. Basuess, L. 
Ottinger, B, Williams, D. H. Spelman. 



Young Republicans 




J. Lutsky, Milton J. Shapp 




FIRST ROW: J. Phillips, F. Roupp, D. Cragle, F. Noye, Dr. Unger, Advisor; B. Collins, D. Beatty. SECOND 
ROW: C. Szybist, C. Allison, E. Rottnian, R. Saxon, J. Sulzer, J. Wolfe, B. Wentworth, J. Weis, G. Darby, 
C. Colley, J. Hall, M. Hixson, M. Richner. 



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Gamma Theta Epsilon 




FIRST ROW: K. Lehman, Rec. Sec. ; 
D. Barren, Pres. ; S. Lebedin, V. Pres. 
K. Peters, Treas. ; Dr. Shick, Advisor. 
SECOND ROW: M. Matis, Historian; 
L. Hahn, Pledgemaster; D. Koskey, W. 
Trauger. THIRD ROW: B. Yokum, B. 
Garrison, Corres. Sec. ; K. Long, R. 
Doan, T. Walker. FOURTH ROW: D. 
Kenna, R. Southam, J. Damerst, R. 
Saxon. FIFTH ROW: J. Coldren, K. 
Anstadt, D. Rodney. 



Omicron Gamma Pi 



Officers: 



Mrs. Tolosky, Advisor; S. Brong, 
Sec. ; B. Deardorff, Pres. ; L. 
Buecker, V. Pres. ; M. Bleiler, 
Treas. 





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FIRST ROW: E. Brewer, P. Graver, B. Edwards, Mrs. Tolosky, B. Deardorff, M. Hutter, N. Donahue, C. Jones. SEC- 
OND ROW: S. Lentz, S. Benn, G. Garman, E. McGaffic, D. Eggenberger, B. Hill, J. Klim, P. Sparks, L. Aspinall, S. 
Parker. THIRD ROW: C. Holmes, L. Bueker, M. Anstrom, S. Brong, L. Vandine, C. Stauffer, M. Wollaston, L. 
Schoener, A. Fredricks, M. Bleiler, J. Weidman. FOURTH ROW: L. Dougherty, S. Gerhardt, M. Weaver, J. Lucas, 
G. Wolfel, S. Rodgers, C. Garvin, S. Campbell, B. Glenn. 



Kappa Phi 




Officers : 

FIRST ROW: C. Kirsch, B. Kepple, C. Luzier, Mrs. Randolph, K. Kring, B. Yeakley. SECOND 
ROW: C. Sheldon, Mrs. Foreman, Mrs. Colegrove, B. Waltz, Mrs. Jones, Rev. Sager, Mrs. 
Jupenlaz, J. Rodney, Mrs. Dickerson, C. Sprout. 




FIRST ROW: K. Hoover, L. LaRose, C. Holmes, N. Black, C. Price, L. Powell, J. Mabus, P. Hopkins, T. Pans. 
SECOND ROW: L. Hoffman, L. Wiand, L. Wiseboro, E. Lech, B. Ebner, J. Burman, G. Boden, J. Mitsnfer. J. 
Jeffrey, J. Ruth. THIRD ROW: D. Driscoll, C. Brown, E. Brace, E. Condon, E. Anderson, J. Burman. J. Rossey, 
M. Manchester. 




FIRST ROW: E. McGaffic, K. Price, L. Koob, J. Reule, L. Benner, C. Kelchner, S. Bainbridge, 
L. Stuntz. SECOND ROW: S. Lentz, J. Klim, M. Rahm, S. Fleming, S. Eisenhard. THIRD ROW: 
P. Shock, E. Hall, S. Barton, P. Bachman, R. Davies, C. Garvin, S. Lenker, D. Haynes. 



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Women's 

Dormitory 

Association 



SEATED: Dean Snively, L. Graham, S. Gerber, K. Fix. STANDING: L. Mann, 
J. Knight, A. Johnston, R. Wells, E. Mench, M. Moger, J. Gruber, S. Konkle. 



Hemlock 

Dorm 

Council 




SEATED: L. Mann, Sec. ; Dean Snively , Pres. ; E. Mensch, G. Bruno, 
Treas. ; L. Slavin. STANDING; L. Magee, L. Bowman, A. Bridges, 
L. Ballard, C. Kirsch, J. Roman, A. Machell. 




Pine Crest 

Dorm 

Council 



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SEATED: DeanStarkey, J. Gruber, V. Campbell, S. Gerber, S. I onkle. STAND- 
ING: C. Lalley, C. Kocher, Karen Grames, B. Ebner, D. Doepker, B. Scott. 



Laurel 

Dorm 

Council 




SEATED: K. Fix, Pres. ; J. Duncan, V. -Pres. ; Dean Starkey, Advisor; S. Trapani, 
Sec. ; J. Knight, Treas. STANDING: M. Bleiler, B. Ungemach, S. Brong, Pari.; 
S. Graber, P. Miller, D. Taylor. 




North Ha 
Dorm 
Council 



SEATED: D. Ratkowski. S. Kirk, V. -Pres. ; L. Graham, Pres.; R. Wells, 
Treas. ; A. Johnston, Sec. ; D. Rossi. STANDING: L. Bennett, S. Bissey, 
G. Zarnoski, A. Wagner, B. Gantz, J. Mitstifer, Dean Starkey, Advisor. 



College Manor 

Dorm 

Council 




SEATED: M. Moger, D. Fluegel, E. Fida. STANDING: N. Hallas, T. 
Brown, E. Hall, J. Mabus. 



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Men's Executive Board 




SEATED; Dean Hurley, Advisor; Dean Kollar, Advisor. STANDING: R. Lintner, Jr. Member; J. Mac- 
us, Jr. Member; M. Zoschy, Sr. Member; J. Mealy, Sr. Member. ABSENT: K. Walsh, Pres. 



Maple Dorm Council 




SEATED: K. Ott, Pres. ; R. Howard, M. Zoschg, R. Bowen, J. Phillips. STANDING: A. Gerrick, K. 
Walsh, Pres. 



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Hickory Hill 

Dorm 

Council 




G. Marcincavage, J. Mealy, 
Hanely, R. Maiolatesi. 



Slavin, S. Garloff, B. Stavisky. ABSENT: K. 




SEATED: H. Kahler, R. Holihan, L. Vender. STANDING: B. Slavin, W. Neilson. 



South Hall 

Dorm 

Council 



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Oak Hill 

Dorm 

Council 




SEATED: R. Slavin, R. Lintner, W. O'Brien. STANDING: J. Macus, J. Griffing. 215 



Housemothers 



'WSSlilM«^i 



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SEATED: Mis. E. Bnon, Mrs. J. Coole, Mrs. B. Wakely, Mrs. M. Campbell. STANDING; Mrs. A. Johnson, 
Mrs. M. Potter, Mrs. H. Hinkleman, Mrs. M. Mahaffey, Mrs. B. Andrews, Mrs. D. Paris, Mrs. A. Wilkinson. 



Day Students Executive Board 




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FIRST ROW: DeanStarkey, Advisor; B. Knaus, Sec; S. Leet, V. Pres. ; K. McCarthy, Pres. 
SECOND ROW: P. Swinsick, R. Rieppel, K. Wasowicz, S. McConnell, G. Young, Pari.; J. 
Reppard. THIRD ROW: J. Hoose, S. Schappelle, N. McDonald, B. Collins, P. Locey. 



College Nursing Staff 




Miss Crippen, Mrs. Roland, Mrs. Stadon, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Jones, Sec. 



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one of her patients 



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Juniors 




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Class Officers 

President RAY JUDGE 

Vice President DAVE SCHELLER 

Secretary JUDY KNEPP 

Treasurer - JEAN LENT 



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Dana Abbott 
Michael Acresti 
Lana Anderson 
Ruth Andreas 

Douglas Andrews 
Eileen Anewalt 
Kenneth Anstadt 
Marcia Anstiom 



Robert Antonucci 
Sandra Ard 
Joseph Argenio 
Janet Argy 



Darlene Baker 
Judith Baker 
Linda Ballard 
Sandra Barton 




Karen Bastress 
Donald Beany 
Dianne Becker 
Donald Behlke 
Jacqueline Behrman 

Richard Beil 
John Bender 
Linda Benner 
Barbara Bennett 
Rhona Bennett 

William Berres'ord 
Linda Berryman 
Diane Biddle 
Joyce Bittenbender 
Paula Black 

Mae Bleiler 
Gail Boden 
Robert Bolton 
Catherine Bottcher 
Linda Bowman 

Connie Boyer 
Lauretta Boyle 
Elizabeth Brace 
Richard Brass 
Linda Bray 

Susan Breen 
Barbara Brendlinger 
Ardith Bridges 
Linda Brock 
Kathryn Brodrick 



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Susan Brong 
Karen Brooks 
Ira Brown 
Karen Brown 
Nan Brown 
Geraldine Bruno 
Linda Buecker 
Jean Burchfield 
Paula Burkhardt 
Joyce Burman 
Meri Burns 
John Cain 

Marguerite Campbell 
Vonne Campbell 
Mary Carney 
Linda Carson 
Denise Carter 
James Clark 



Beth Deardoff 




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John Coldren 
Judy Cole 
Elizabeth Condon 
Gary Congdon 
Patricia Connors 

Michelle Cook 
Linda Corl 
Claudia Cowles 
John Cowley 
Alan Crippen 



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Ellen Crowl 
James Curyk 
Brenda Cutler 
Susan Dailey 



James Dale 
Jeffrey Damerst 
Julie Dantini 
Diane Dates 




Ruth Davies 
Gary Davy 
Susan Dawson 




Janice Deaver 



Michael Derr 
John Ditchkus 



Ronald Doan 
Kathleen Doll 




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James Dostich 
Clark Dougherty 
Stephen Dreibelbis 



Karen DriscoU 
James Dugan 
Jean Duncan 



Karen Eagleson 
Patricia Eck 
Richard Eliscu 



John Emmett 
Sharon Erdos 
Beverly Evans 



Thomas Farr 
Ronald Faust 
Judith Ferns 



Janet Fetter 
Judith Fetter 
Linda Figart 




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Elizabeth Hall 
Nancy Hallas 
Robert Haman 
Karen Haney 
Joseph Hanko 



Ronald Fish 
Sharyn Fleming 
Pamela Ford 
Nancy Foss 
Barbara Frank 
Barbara Franklin 
Dorothy Frederick 
Susan Fry 
Beverly Foreman 
Thomas Gallup 
Samuel Garloff 
Carol Garvin 
Michael Gates 
Margaret George 
Josephine Gerardi 
Sandra Gerber 
Elizabeth Geritz 
Mary Jo Getty 
Donna Giberson 
Susan Giles 
David Gleinn 
Kristine Gooch 
Linda Gore 
Ann Graham 
Karen Grames 
Joan Grausgruber 
Eugene Gregorio 
Sharon Grubb 
Judith Gruber 
Gary Guinther 



Judy Hanrahan 
Alice Harding 
Norma Harer 
Terry Harlacher 



Terrance Harzinski 
Carmen Hine 
Douglas Hensel 
Doris Herbst 



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Janell Himes 
John Himes 
Sharon Holbert 



James Hoose 
Albert Hoover 
Kathryn Hoover 



Marlene Hopf 
Patricia Hopkins 





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Elaine Horrocks 
Marjorie Howard 
Thomas Hubba 



Allen Hulslander 
Holbrook Hunt 
Ruth Irons 



Cheryl James 
Linda Jaquish 

Susan Jay 



Lana Jenkins 
Mary Ann Johnson 
Sandra Johnston 



Margaret Jones 
Madelyn Kacmar 
Mari?aret Kandelin 



Wanda Kasparek 
Cynthia Keeter 
Joan Kell 



Dennis Kern merer 
Richard Kenna 



James Kennedy 
James Kenyon 




Bonnie Kifer 
Christine Kitsch 
Sandra Kissinger 



Audrea Klapatch 
Linda Kleppinger 
June Klim 
Judy Knepp 



Janice Knight 
Carol Kocher 
Susan Konkle 
Linda Koob 



Barbara ICepple 



Jane Kooker 
Mary Kopa 
Jeanette Kopcinski 
William Krause 
Kay Kring 

Susan Krouse 
Kenneth Kubasko 
Kathryn Kulikosky 
Christme Lalley 
Lynette LaRose 



Joseph K essler 



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John Laskowski 
Mary Leahy 
Eileen Lech 
Scott Lee 
Jean Lent 
Joyce Lerch 
Mary Liguori 
Larry Lindner 
Kent Long 
Louise Lopes 
Nancy Loushay 
Dorothy Lucchesi 
Joseph Lutsky 
Claudia Luzier 
Susan Lynn 
Sally Lyter 
Anne MacDonald 
Vaughn MacGregor 





Alberta Machell 
John Macus 
Linda Magee 
Mary Manikowski 
Leslie Mann 

a Gerald Marcincavage 
Lorraine Marika 
Michael Marino 
Judy Matson 
Joy Matthews 
Sandra Matthews 
^^^^ Joanne Mayer 

^1^^^ Ardeth McEwen 

W^tm Patricia McMaster 

^. ' Mary McNamara 

Betsy Meabon 
Robert Meales 
Nancy Mehl 
Mary Mentzer 
Virginia Mertis 
Mary Metzler 
Suzanna Mikisits 
Paula Miller 
Sally Minnich 
Margaret Moger 
Robert Montgomery 
Clair Morgan 
Robert Morgan 
Gail Moyer 

Joan Musser 
William Neilson 
Terry Neufer 
Phillip Nichols 
Beverly Noldy 



Vivian Oakes 
Linda Oberholser 
Elinor Oles 
Donald Orris 



Linda Ottinger 
Judith Packard 
Patricia PaLmer 
Stephen Palmer 



Thana Paris 
William Parkin 
Patricia Patrick 



Donald Patterson 
Diane Pellicciotti 
Patricia Petarchek 



Jon Phillips 
Bonnie Pike 



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Arthur Plieskatt 
William Potter 
Lynne Powell 
Laurel Raissman 
Robert Reeser 
Nancy Reinert 
Juanita Reppard 
Janet Reule 
Larry Rhinehart 
Camille Rhodes 
Mark Richner 
Rosemary Rieppel 
Joseph Riley 
Patrick Ritter 
Ruth Ann Rodgers 
Sandra Rodgers 
Janet Rodney 
Gerald Roman 



John Severs 



Jane Rossey 
Linda Rossi 
Mary Ann Rossi 
Patrick Rossi 
Francis Roupp 

Carolyn Royer 
Janet Russell 
Jeanne Ruth 
Marie Salony 
Gerald Sanders 



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Randall Saxon 
Guy Schamel 
John Schanbacher 
Samuel Schappelle 



David Scheller 
Catherine Schenck 
Lynn Schmidt 
Mary Jane Scholl 



John Schwab 
Loretta Scialdone 
Barbara Scott 




Mary Shay 



Carol Sheldon 
John Sheridan 



Kathleen Sherry 
Mary Beth Shields 



Edith Shook 
Margaret Shropshire 
Alexander Sidorowicz 



Jay Silvette 
Edward Skilton 
Connie Skullney 



Kathy Slabach 
Mary Slavin 
Andrea Smith 



Nancy Smith 
Sue Ann Smith 
Candace Snyder 



Alan Spatt 
Deirdre Spelman 
Lucinda Sprout 



Eileen Stanley 
David Stare 
Karen Starner 




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Sherri Stenzhorn 
Melissa Stevens 
Karol Steward 
David Stiosahl 
Lynda Stuntz 
Shirley Sweinhart 
Constance Szybist 
Susan Talada 
Dianne Tebo 
Madlyn Teddick 
Karen Tefs 
Pauletta Thomas 
Jane Throne 
Marsha Tomlinson 
Shirley Tomlinson 
Mary Trainor 
Suzanne Trapani 
Joseph Trosino 
Paulette Trunzo 
Rebecca Unangst 
Betty Ungemach 
Linda Urffer 
Leonard Vender 
Carole Wall 



Jeanne Wall 
Judy Wargo 
Jean Washeleski 
Samuel Watson 
James Weiskoff 



Geralyn Welchans 
Gary Wesmiller 
Michael Weyman 
Robert Whitney 
William Whitney 



Linda Wiand 
Irene Wiard 
Barbara Williams 
Jack Wilt 



Lyle Wisel 
Sandra Wrisley 
Janet Wuchter 
Richard Yeager 



Beverly Yeakley 
Naomi Young 
Diana Zell 






Jacqueline Zeller 
Robert Zuchowski 





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Could I but choose - 
I wonder would it be 

when quick heartbeats are all me. 
Youth reaching out through eyes and lips; 

ambition -tingled fingertips; 
Would it be then - that I 

would choose to die? 

Could I but choose - 

In manhood - strength made bold, 

with all my world to plan and mold; 
And joy and love and zest of life, 

with cool and calm and heat of strife: 
Would it be then - that I 

would choose to die? 

Could I but choose - 

Old age and brimming cup; 

the numbered years still climbing up; 
Strength falling into weakness now; 

eyes dimmed to light and ruffled brow; 
Would it be then - that I 

would choose to die? 







In Memoriam 

Rhoda Jane Bartell 

May I. 1968 



If I could choose, I think that I 

would leave to God my time to die. 



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- Rose Thomas Graham 



Sophomores 




Class Officers 

President ROBERT BROWNBACK 

Vice President CHARLES PECK 

Secretary JOAN LUCAS 

Treasurer PEGGY GIANGIULIO 



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Robert Adonizio 
Dailene Affleck 
Dailene Aldrich 
Mary Algar 
Carmen Altomonte 
Mary ApoUonio 
Linda Aspinall 
Elizabeth Bagley 
Terry Barley 
David Barren 
Harry Bartron 
Suzanne Beeman 
Joseph Bellomo 
Beverly Benfer 
Leroy Benjamin 
Donna Bennett 
Linda Bennett 
Diana Berryman 



Kathleen Burdick 



Susan Beyer 
Richard Biegun 
Judy Billhelm 
Kimber Billow 
Diane Bingaman 

Sherriil Blankenbehler 
Thomas Bliss 
Margaret Borove 
Larry Bottiger 
Anna Bottiglier 



Carol Burnett 



Scott Burtner 
Susan Butcher 



JoAnn Bowman 
Elizabeth Brewer 
Susan Bridgins 
Connie Briggs 



Suzanne Brinthrop 
Bonnie Bristol 
Robert Brownback 
Susan Brunner 



Yvonne Buyarsky 
John Camarata 








Raymond Buchko 
David Bugniazet 
Donald Bump 




James Campbell 
Joseph Car bone 
Marilyn Carr 



Lisa Chapman 
Androulla Charalambous 
Anne Christ 



Mary Cobello 
Linda Copeland 
Phoebe Cornish 



Nan Cozad 
Donald Cragle 
Lana Creamer 



Gerry Cromley 
Marwin Cummings 
Ricci Daub 



William Davis 
Mary Denmer 
Charles Denkenberger 







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Susan Evans 
Cheryl Faust 
Louis Febbo 
Mary Fedak 
Lois Felpel 

Susan Felten 
Eileen Fenstermaker 
Barbara Fetter 
Eleanor Fida 
Barbara Finnerty 



Marilyn Denson 
Linda Dent 
Cathleen Dibble 
Catherine Dierkes 
Dianne Doepker 
George Dolph 
Lynn Dougherty 
Margaret Dreibelbis 
Dixie Driscoll 
Charles Drummond 
Francis Duffy 
Donna Dunn 
Valerie Ecker 
Betty Edwards 
Harold Eichorn 
Elizabeth Eisele 
Sandra Eisenhard 
Thomas Ellsworth 
Michael Elser 
Christine Ensinger 
Mary Erskine 
Donna Ertwine 
Karen Evanitsky 
Donald Evans 



Thomas Fluke 
Leslie Fly 
Bonnie Flynn 
Cathy Forster 



Carol Foster 
Deborah Foster 
Ralph Fuller 
Patricia Fuss 



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Mary Gannon 
Beth Gantz 
Diane Garman 



Alice Gasket 
Judith Gates 
Mickey Gelnett 



Susan Gerhardt 
Patricia Gessner 



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John Gillis 
Chapman Gleason 
Bonita Glenn 



Claiie Goebel 
Patricia Goff 
Susan Graber 



Linda Graham 
Pauline Grausgruber 
Pamela Graver 



Linda Graybill 
Nicholas Grego 
Helen Gresh 



Aaron Grimm 
Christine Gruber 
William Gusgekofski 



Laura Gwilliam 
Cheryl Haas 
Lawrence Hahn 




Barbara Hazzard 
Susan Hazzard 
Sarajayne Heffendrager 






Jamella Hall 
Margaret Hall 



Mary Ellen Halton 
Kevin Hanley 



Susan Henning 
Michele Hershey 
Ruth Hess 
Terry Hill 



Dorothy Hine 
Margaret Hixson 
Maureen Hoffman 
Callie Holmes 






Gregory Hanratty 



Patricia Horvath 
Barbara Housley 
Joseph H utter 
Marcia H utter 
Marjorie Huyett 

Carol Hyzenski 
Celia Ivenz 
Ruth Ann Jaczynski 
Stanley Jezuit 
Raymond Johnson 





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Ann Johnston 
Ronald Kanaskie 
John Kanon 
Joel Katarba 
David Kehler 
Ann Keiers 
Marcia Kelemonick 
Eleanor Kelley 
Rosalind Kielbasa 
Gregory Kinal 
Sandra Kirk 
Nancy Kirkpatrick 
Jean Kline 
Joan Klock 
Bonnie Knauss 
Bruce Knorp 
Kenneth Knott 
Nancy Knowles 



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Charles Kochenash 
Joanne Kolchak 
Charnell Kolm 
Shelia Kraynok 
Howard Krout 
Alan Kush 
Francis Labaty 
Ann LaFace 
Stephen Lamper 
Susan Lazorjack 
Steven Lebedin 
Linda Lee 
Mary Leet 
Sally Leet 
Kenneth Lehman 
Ona Lehman 
Sandra Lenker 
Elma Lent 
Sandra Lentz 
Ruth Levanios 
Kenneth Lindquist 
Richard Lintal 







Thomas Lisowski 
Cheryl Locascio 

Alan Losey 

Gary Lowe 

Joan Lucas 

James Luise 

Thomas Mancuso 

Margaret Maneval 
Susan Mangan 
Susan Manley 
Elva Mante 
Virginia Marsh 



George Martinec 
Michael Matis 
Norman Matthews 
John McCandless 



Beth Ann McCloskey 
Shelia McConnell 
Judy McConnon 
Mary McDonald 



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Edith McGaffic 
Shelia McGinnis 
Joann Meshinski 



James Metrovich 
Ronald Miller 
Michael Misko 



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Jean Mitstifer 
Colleen Moeller 





Toni Mock 
Janet Molzhan 
Margaret Morrison 
Stephen Mower 
Kerry Moyer 
Donna Mummau 
Judith Musingo 
Keith Myers 
Stephanie Myskiew 
Laureen Nagy 
Bonita Nares 
Sylvia Niedzialek 
Janice Obert 
Carlton Odell 
Jacquelyn Oliver 
Mary Oliver 
Margie Orcutt 
Frederick Otto 



Simonette Pomanek 




Burtis Palmer 
Linda Palmer 
Linda Paradis 
Gary Parker 
Sandra Parker 



Robert Patrick 
Joyce Patton 
Charles Paulson 
Bruce Pawling 
Charles Peck 



Lucinda Pehonsky 
Patricia Peiffer 
Lynton Perry 
Barry Peters 



Keith Peters 
Susan Peterson 
Jerome Petro 
David Pickering 



Jay Pierce 
Ronald Pierce 
William Pokorny 




Frederick Potter 



Carolyn Price 
Kathleen Price 




John Quashnoc 
Mary Ellen Rahm 



William Raplee 
Beverly Rearick 
Janet Reichley 



William Remley 
Holly Reppert 
Susan Richardson 



Brenda Richenbacher 
Mary Risner 
Janet Roan 



Susan Robertson 
Gail Robinson 
Dale Rodgers 



William Rodner 
Judith Roman 
Lynn Ropelewski 



Jean Rovinsky 
Connie Rowe 
Connie Russell 









Andrea Salsman 
James Savering 
Diane Schaffer 
Jean Schlegel 
Eileen Schmid 
Phyllis Schock 
Nancy Schwab 
Robert Schwenzer 
Robert Scott 
Roger Scott 
Gregory Seidel 
^Hfk Deborah Seifert 

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Larry Simpson 
Michele Slavin 
Angelyn Slegal 
Betty Smith 
Cynthia Smith 
Keith Smith 
Susan Smith 
Howard Smoyer 
Elizabeth Snapp 
Judy Snyder 
Lana Solt 



Wanda Solt 
Willard Solt 
Walter Sorber 
Sharen Souder 



Joyce Spahr 
Patricia Sparks 
Christopher Spezialetti 
Terry Spicknell 



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Vincent Spinelli 
David Spotts 
Duane Stafford 



Jeanette Starks 
William Stavisky 
Karl Steger 



Timothy Steinrock 
Barbara Stepp 




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Annie Upham 
Carol Vaiana 



Wendy Stewart 
Cecile Stiner 
Mary Ann Stone 
Carla Stoneback 
James Stopper 

Donna Strailey 

Susan Strausser 

Robert Stroncr 
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John Sulzer 
Joette Suszko 

Alice Swartzlander 
Patricia Sweeney 
Steven Sweet 
Joseph Swift 
Elaine Talada 

Ophelia Tarn 
Dianne Taylor 
Norman Taylor 
Theodore Tomlinson 
Ann Towers 




Jean Van Brunt 
Linda Vandine 
Eva Wade 
Florence Wales 
Susan Walker 

Betty Waltz 
Janice Warner 
Kathryn Wasowicz 
Brent Watson 
Mary Anne Weaver 

Sylvia Weaver 
Jean Weidman 
John Weiss 
Rose Wells 
Lyleann Wenrick 

Frank Wentworth 
JoAnn White 
Richard White 
Jan Wilson 
George Wolfe 

Janet Wolfe 
Georgia Wolfel 
Margaret WoUaston 
James Woodard 
Doris Woodruff 

Sara Worley 
James Yeager 
Marcia Yount 
Paul Yuhas 
Patsy Zellers 





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Class Officers 

President SID PHILLIPS 

Vice President STEVE HANAUER 

Secretary JOANN CLARK 

Treasurer JAN WATKINS 




ROW 1: Tom Dodge, Ted Dodge, J, Powlus, S. Ottinger, M. Jane Wilson, B. Long. ROW 2: J. Meek- 
ley, M. Patz, B. Shaeff, N. Whitmer, J. Shade, P. Reese, B. Rairg. ROW 3: L. Prowant, G. Wetzel, 
A. Lotocki, K. Whitney, K. Thomas, C. White. ROW 4: J. Marmor, G. Lasco, E. Crawford, S. 
Hanauer, C. Whiting, J. Wakley, J. Bean. 




ROW 1: M. Brown, C. Noel, B. Cremmens, K. Korbobo, K. Fitz, C. White. ROW 2: D. Tripp, K. 
Suettelwig, M. Hunt, J. Hiebenai, K. Krichbaum, A. Creteau, S. Campbell. ROW 3: Y. Blider, E. 
Hamilton, D. Harris, K. Hanson, C. Beyant, G. Fisher. ROW 4: J. Keenan, D. Bowen, J. Kehler, C. 
Lee Williams, C. Johnson, R. Finer, D. Salsman. 



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ROW 1: B. Darlak, B. Kohl, N. Lappa, K. Kohler, K. Sames, J. Salvamoser. ROW 2: V. Kole, P. 
Edwards, D. Eggenbergee, J. Swiderski, M. Hufnagle, C. Hort, L. Weiss. ROW 3: S. Kutz, H. Lau- 
bach, G. Zarnoski, M. Rebecca John, B. Ellsworth, S. Ford. ROW 4: L. Menichetti, G. Hartson, M. 
Reid, P. Doane, V. Getz, J. Devine, C. Pysher. 



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ROW 1: J. Sneed, R. Tripp, M. Karhan, L. Mottl, M. Lewis, J. Herrick. ROW 2: P. Blum, M. 
Horer, L. Kimmel, J. Penetti, D. Franklin, D. Yecina, J. Piatt. ROW 3: E. Dobrosielski, P. Allen, 
J. Allison, H. Day, M. Jean Stradther, M. Beishline. ROW 4: B. Garrison, K. Buchert, D. Haire, D. 
Smith, J. Howe, J. Hoffnu, B. Madden. 



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ROW 1: G. Tansits, C. Stauffer, C. Poleo, D. Smith, D. Demar, N. Summo. ROW 2: W. Sue Long, 
K. Thomas, L. Lucas, R. Benjamin, M. Lord, J. Sullivan, S. Godlewski. ROW 3: L. Mazzanti, R. 
Mazzotesta, D. Smith, G. Smargiassi, W. Myholyk, J. Holden. ROW 4: J. Osuch, W. Meyer, P. 
Rhodes, J. Heniickson, D. Barton, S. Galli, H. Michalovic. 




ROW 1: E. Bordy, B. Dunkle, P. Tylus, C. Jones, S. Dorney, L. Stanley. ROW 2: G. Chiplis, S. 
Beam, N. Lithgow, J. Thomas, D. Shuck, S. Ducharme, S. Bass. ROW 3: C. Kamenski, L. Karaffa, 
S. Cianfarano, G. Arbogast, E. Slanery, C. Lokuta. ROW 4: P. Gate, D. Simonds, E. Misewicz, S. 
Clymer, W. McKalips, J. Dynak, G. Robinson. 



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ROW 1: K. Wambold, J. Stiunk, C. Williams, S. Stewart, G. Keii. ROW 2: C. Fleeger, J. Fish, S. 
Bigar, L. Malinowski, C. Sahiick, G. Kochan, J. Weeks. ROW 3: C. Kelchner, E. Eckert, L. Ebright, 
K. Carpenter, G. Barnhart, J. Watkins. ROW 4: N. Campbell, M. Cenra, D. Wolf, T. Cassell, W. 
Brown, R. Buchler, F. Volyer. 




ROW 1: M. Murphy, M. Montane, D. Ressler, L. Mooson, J. Legg, D. Ratko\«ki. ROW 2: H. Goot- 
man, K. Stoyko, C. Rico, B. Darby, C. Zaring, P. Mitchell, S. Watkins. ROW 3: C. Wascovich, J. 
Rice, S. Mochaitis, M. Leahy, S. Jones, S. Veresko. ROW 4: A. Wagner, J. Cross, K. Werts, B. 
Drake, F. Santoro, M. Jones. 



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ROW 1: G. Davis, J. Zook, C. Myfelt, R. Mitteldorf, R. Kilargis, B. Keyvinski. ROW 2: K. Taylor, 
L. Barbaid, N. Enoch, K. Rugletic, C. Carlsen, J. Rusnok, D. Lindenberger. ROW 3: C, Evans, M. 
Nunemacher, B. Bryant, P. Morgan, B. Unguieit, J. Ely. ROW 4: S. Nichols, D. O'Connor, A. Weibel, 
D. Hopper, R. Stevens, P. Nafus, D. Ferguson. 




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ROW 1: S. Nye, S. Niles, J. McCarl, P. Mosher, L. Sweitzer, M. Olufshy. ROW 2: A. Misatone, 
S. Mischler, N. Miller, L. Mitchell, C. Swiderski, J. Nelson, S. McCloskey. ROW 3: C. Marrell, 
M. Sabine, S. VanSkirer, J. Wanner, J. Leathers, N. Olexa. ROW 4: R. Moyer, J. Bertan, D. Bueiley, 
D. Hodges, T. Bruntel, J. Sereno, B. Mowers. 



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ROW 1: B. Bomgaidner. K. Irons, S. Smith, B. Smith, M. Igoe, M. Richebacher. ROW 2: D. Simp- 
son, K. Bones, P. McDowell, T. Schrantz, C. Hoffman, D. Rossi, K. Snedeker. ROW 3: S. Morrison, 
S. Walker, B. Sheely, L. Tormey, S. Schenck, K. Schoenfelt. ROW 4: J. Perkins, J. Clark, M. 
Smith, R. Davis, D. Bravo, L. Ropke, S. Green. 




ROW 1: L. Blackwell, P. Bulb, K. Brown, S. Wilpizeski, C. Mabon, T. Troiani. ROW 2: D. Bailey, 
S. Haney, A. Spons, R. Yeager, N. Spicer, L. Bahr, T. Weiss. ROW 3: J. Mack, B. Spagnol, P. 
Bachman, V. Saxer, B. Yokes, S. Roskowski, ROW 4: J. Banik, N. Scott, W. Ward, M. Mowry, B. 
Ziegler, B. Cruttenden, S. Steinmetz. 



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ROW 1: R. Haddad, M. Busia, J. Basford, C. Bashore, T. Schaffner, K. Berguson. ROW 2: M. Beaney, 

E. Carlin, K. Bambera, D. Bedell, E. Castner, M. Bjork. ROW 3: S. Benn, K. Bodenberg, M. Augus- 
tine, S. Berger, D. Caldwell, V. Bennett. ROW 4: R. Marquart, J. Carson, G. Casselbuiy, J. Case, 

F. Higgins, N. Boyer, M. Whitmer. 




ROW 1: J. Miceli, M. Matthews, M. Mente, M. McKinnis, M. Kiehefner, J. Mikloiche. ROW 2: P. 
Linder, G. Mcintosh, C. Manning, R. McNeils, E, Miller, C. McNeal. ROW 3: M. Thomas, B. Kel- 
ler, R. Keiber, J. Berguson, G. Martin, J. Mateyak, R. McHale. 



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ROW 1: S. 
Salberg, L. 
C. Hine, E 
Bowersox. 



Hartzell, E. Gerhart, B. Carr, S. Shiplett, S. Elbrecht, S. Egolf, C. Andrew. ROW 2: C. 
Ramin, P. Stockholm. ROW 3: S. Kerr, R. Tanner, C. Chapman, L. Chappell, B. Ely, 
Borns. ROW 4: J. Reinhart, J. Burns, R. Sisk, J. Chrin, T. Combs, W. Collins, R. 




ROW 1: v.. Franceski, K. Buchko, S. Stoddard, J. Goble, T. Burchill, S. Arms, M. Rich. ROW 2: S. 
Bliss, A. Benjamin, M. Grosser, B. Hadden, L. Gold, M. Rossi, S. Heehes. ROW 3: L. Griffiths, K. 
Gravenor, R. Putnam, B. Sheets, U. Ostertag, M. Yerkes, B. Bittner. ROW 4: S. Clymer, S. Phillips, 
D. O'Hara, J. Potrako, P. Peterson, P. Nush, L. McNeirnan, R. Oplinger, E. Misewicz. 



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ROW 1: B. Wills, P. Lowry, B. Hare, C. Landino, D. Petrus, L. Horning. ROW 2: J. Socash, D. 
Cann, B. Machezney, S. Thompson, L. Hooper, D. Nation. ROW 3: D. Wilson, T. Stephens, J. 
Smith, C. Swartz, M. Lampman, V. Mahoney, J. Pittman. 





Earnest Dedication . . , 
President Bryan 

Dr. Fred E. Bryan, immediate past president of Mansfield 
State College, was everything that could be expected of a col- 
lege president; he was an enthusiastic speaker, a dedicated edu- 
cator, and a capable administrator. He and his wife, Beny, 
were the best of hosts when visitors came to campus. But while 
all these qualities in him are respected, they are qualities which 
we often tend to take for, granted and not ones for which college 
presidents are remembered. 

Dr. Bryan, as we will remember him, was an all 'round 
good guy. Whether he was entertaining at various campus func- 
tions, playing drums with a visiting dance band, or dancing with 
his wife across the gymnasium floor, he communicated with the 
students. 

Frequently we saw him m the cafeteria, and he was not 
afraid to sit with students during meals. Or we saw pictures of 
him looking over new land which the college had been given - 
and he was not content to look at the lands through the eyes of 
some cartographer. We saw him at our organizational functions 
and our informal get-togethers, at our football games, and pep 
rallies. 

The real reminiscenses, however, do not rely upon mental 
photographs of watching a great guy do great things - we can re- 
member talking to him, shaking his hand, listening to him an- 
swer our questions and answermg his questions. We remember, 
firsthand, incidents of his fairness and open-mindedness. 

And this is always the way we shall remember him. 

















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Class of 

1968 



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Acknowledgments 



Foremost, the Carontawan Staff wishes to express its thanks 
to our advisors, Dr. Mildred Menge, Mrs. Esther Jones, and 
Mr. Alfred Kjelgaard for their unselfish dedication. 

The Staff also wishes to thank Mr. Matt Lynott of Taylor 
Publishing Company for printing and binding arrangements, 
help and advice on layout, and especially for his patient 
understanding; McNaney Studios for all professionally taken 
pictures, for time taken for Carontawan in all respects, and 
above all, their patience; Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Creely for 
their secretarial assistance; Mr. Bernard Koloski for his fine 
photographic contributions; Dean Hurley, Mr. John Good, 
Mrs. Messersmith, and Mrs. Myers for pictures and informa- 
tion; the Administration offices and professors for their co- 
operation; and student photographers, RussHyde, Ted Coombs, 
Mari Harding and Donnie Salsman. 

Special thanks go to those people whose sacrifices few 
will ever know - spending the last hours working furiously to 
make ends meet - Pat Palmer, Candy Snyder, Donna Dunn, 
Tim Salony, Kathy Epply, Barbara Kramm, Stephanie 
Covell, Walt Reeser, and Richard Horten. To these people 
especially, and to everyone else, our sincere appreciation. 



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Senior Index 



-IDOLPH, PATRICIA. A. Home Economics; Johnstown, 
Pennsylvaxiia. U". A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi. 

ALAMPI, DANIEL P. Elementary; West Pittston, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

ALLEN, i\:ARY J. .Music; Endicott, New York. 

ALLISON, CARLA S. Library; Manchester, Pennsylvania, 
P. S. E. A. ; Library Club; Young Republicans. 

ANDERSON, ELSIE R. Home Economics; Summitt, New 
Jersey. \\. A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi; Kappa Phi - Vice 

Prei. 

ANDERSON, JOHN Mathematics; Sayre, Pennsylvania, 

ANDERSON, WILLLAM KL Social Studies; Tunkhannock, 
Pennsylvania. P, S. E. A. ; Young Republicans; Anthropology 
Club; Flashlight; Student Council. 

ANSWLXl, PHILIP J. Biology; Plains, Pennsylvania. "M" 
Club; Football; ALL Conference Football Team; Newman Club. 

ARCLLIN, RICHARD C. Geography; Tamaqua, Pennsyl- 
vania. Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

AREY, PATRICIA A. Elementary; Wyalusing, Pennsylvania. 
\\. A. A, ; N, E, A. ; P. S. E. A, ; A. C. E. - Vice Pres. 3; Women's 
Dorm Council - North Hall - Pres. 2; Pine Crest - Pres. 3; 
Dorm Council Senate - Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3; Student Coun- 
cil - Vice Pres. 3; Alpha Sigma Tau; Library Club. 

ARGONISH, JOHN M. Social Science; Old Forge, Pennsyl- 
vania. Anthropology Club - Pres. 3. 

AUSTIN, EUNICE V. Music; Roulette, Pennsylvania. 
Freshman Chorus; Advanced Chorus; Band 11; Concert Band; 
Marching Band; Orchestra; Kappa Phi; W. A. A. 

B 

BABB, ROBERT C. Music; WiUiamsport, Pennsylvania. 
Concert Wind Ensemble; Marching Band; Concert Band; 
Concert Choir; Chorus; Esquires; Music Education Club; Phi 
Mu Alpha; Opera Workshop; Renaissance Singers, 

BAIR, LLNDA J. Elementary; Levittown, Pennsylvania. 
W. A. A. ; P. S. E, A. ; Parents' Day - Chairman; Carontawan - 
Co-Business Manager 3. 

BAKER, PATRICIA J. Music; Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. 

BALLACK, JOHN J. Elementary; Eldred, Pennsylvania. 
Art Club; Newman Club; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. 

BALLAPX), SHARON L. Liberal Arts; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 
W. A. A. ; I. C. G. ; Library Association. 

BARBOUR, MARGAPJiT K. Home Economics; Carbondale, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Omicron Cfamma Pi; Newman Club; 
Delta Zeta - Corresponding Secretary. 



BARDEN II, JOHN M. Secondary Education - Biology; 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 

BARKER, PATRICIA J. Music; Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Woodwind Quintet; Concert Band; College-Community 
Orchesua; Chorus; Delta Zeta. 

BARKER, JAN M. 

BARTKOWSKl, WALTER A. Mathematics; Dickson City, 
Pennsylvania. 

BATTERSON, WILLIAM L. Elementary - Art; Gaines, 
Pennsylvania. 

BEECHEY, MARGARET G. 

BEITEL, RUTH E. Elementary; Easton, Pennsylvania. 
W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; A. C. E. ; Library Association, 

BELLAMY, SANDRA K. Music; Eldred, Pennsylvania. 
Music Education Club; Concert Choir; N. E. N. C. ; P. M. E. A. ; 
P. S. E, A, 

BERGUSON, PAUL D. Liberal Arts - Chemistry; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Phi Sigma Pi; Sigma Zeta - Pres. ; Delta Phi Alpha; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Debate Club; Ski Club; Anthropology Club; 
Opera Workshop; Password. 

BETZ, CAROL H. Library Science; Haverton, Pennsyl- 
vania. Delta Zeta; Library Association; W. A. A. 

BIBZA, ALICE K. Elementary - Special Education; 
Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; P. S. E. A. ; A. C. E. ; 

W. A. A. 

BINGLER, JUDITH A. Elementary - Special Education; 
Furlong, Pennsylvania. 

BITTERS, WALLACE D. English; Wyoming, Pennsylvania. 
Newman Club - Vice President. 

BKBY, JAMES D. Social Science; Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

BLACK, NANCY A. Elementary - Speech and EngUsh; 
Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania. Kappa Phi; W. A. A. ; P, S. E. A. ; 
N, E, A, 

BLUHM, JEAN CORNELL Elementary - English; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

BOLLINGER, RICHARD D. Social Science; New Oxford, 
Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Kappa - Pres. 1; I. F. C. ; Young 
Republicans - Corresponding Secretary. 

BONTEMPO, MARY JONES Elementary - Special Education; 
Knoxville, Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta; W. A. A. 

BOOKHOLT, JOHN H. Music; New Ringgold, Pennsylvania. 
Freshman Chorus; Festival Chorus; Wind Ensemble; Symphon- 
ic Band; Marching Band - Manager; Brass Ensemble; Opera 
Workshop; Intramurals. 



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BORST, RONALD V. Elementary - Social Science; Way- 
mart, Pennsylvania. College Players - Treas. 4; Movie 
Committee - Chairman 4. 

BOWEN, RICHARD E. Secondary - Chemistry; Hazleton, 
Pennsylvania. Football; "M" Club; Track; Ski Club; Men's 
Dormitory Council; Student Recreation Committee; Cotillion 
Weekend Committee. 



Marching Band - Drum Major 4; Symphonic Band; Festival 
Chorus; Concert Chorus; Orchestra; Renaissance Singers; Mu- 
sic Education Club - Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Opera Workshop; 
Players; Les Jongleurs; Flashlight; P. S. E. A. ; Young Republi- 
cans. 

BUCKNO, TERRENCE English; Fullerton, Pennsylvania. 
Young Democrats - Pres. ; I. F. C. ; Football; Track. 



BOWER, GLORIA Home Economics; Landisburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. P. S.E. A. ; N, E. A. - Social Chairman; Delta Zeta; 
Panhellenic Council - Pres. 3; Omicron Gamma Pi; W.A. A. 

BOYER, CAROL D. Elementary - Special Education; Wil- 
liamsport, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; C. E. C. ; W. A. A. ; 
Flashlight ; Carontawan ; Young Republicans. 

BOYER, DANIEL J. Mathematics; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

BOYER, ROBERT C. Secondary Education; Schuylkill Haven, 
Pennsylvania. Sigma Theta Epsilom; P. S.E. A, ; Tutorial 
Board. 

BRACE, JEAN A. Home Economics; Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania. Omicron; Flashlight; Art Club - Treas. 2; Delta 
Zeta - Historian. 

BRACKEN, BRUCE S. Social Science; Dushore, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

BRADISH, LENDRA M. Public School Nursing. 

BRADLEY, JOHN T. Mathematics; Columbia Crossroads, 
Pennsylvania, 



BUMP, DLANA REID Social Studies; DuBois, Pennsylvania. 
Chi Psi Omega; W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. 

BURBA, ALEXANDER M. Liberal Arts; Elysburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. Newman Club; Band; Esquires; Orchestra; Chorus. 

BURFIELD, JEAN ANN E. Mathematics; Elkland, Pennsyl- 
vania. Sigma Zeta; Kappa Delta Pi. 

BURKE, JAMES G. Elementary; Childs, Pennsylvania. 
Young Democrats; Newman Club. 

BURMAN, JANICE E. Home Economics; New Milford, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi - Historian; Kappa Phi; 
P. S. E. A. 

BURNETT, ROBERT A. Mathematics; Troy, Pennsylvania. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Sigma Zeta; Knowledge Bowl; Homecoming 
Committee; Who's Who. 

BUZAKO, JR. , JOSEPH J. Social Science; MiUerton, Penn- 
sylvania. 

BZURA, ANASTASLA V. Home Economics; Shamokin, 
Pennsylvania. Players; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. 



BRAMBLE, ESTHER V. Home Economics; West Grove, 
Pennsylvania. Alpha Sigma Tau; Kappa Omicron Phi; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi - Historian 4; W. A. A. - Executive Board 2; 
P. S. E. A. 

BRANT, JAMES R. Elementary; Great Bend, Pennsylvania. 
P. S. E. A. ; Sigma Tau Gamma. 

BRENNAN, DOLORES A. Liberal Arts - English; Sayre, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Newman Club; P. S. E. A. ; Players; 
Readers Theatre; Alpha Psi Omega - Corresponding Sec. 2, 
Treas. 3; Spring Weekend - Chairman 3; Mardi Gras Com- 
mittee; Homecoming Queen 4; Speech Ass'n. 

BRENSINGER, DIANE J. Home Economics; Emmaus, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; Carontawan; Flashlight; 
Young Republicans; Knowledge Bowl Committee. 

BRICKER, MARK A. Elementary; Emporium, Pennsylvania. 
Varsity Football; "M" Club - Treas. 3,4; Gamma Theta Up- 
silon. 



c 

CALKINS, PATRICIA E. Home Economics; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

CALLES, CONSTANCE J. Home Economics; Sharon, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi - Secretary 2; Pan- 
hellenic Council - Pres. 2; Alpha Sigma Tau - Pres. 3; 
P. S. E. A. 

CAMPBELL, BETTIE LOU Library Science; Wellsboro, 
Pennsylvania. 

CANCELLARl, MICHAEL L. Social Science; Forty Fort, 
Pennsylvania. 

CANDEE, CHERYL A. Home Economics; Monroeville, 
Pennsylvania. 

CAPUTO, ANTHONY J. Elementary - Special Education; 
Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 



BRINKLEY, JANICE E. Home Economics; Bradford, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Flashlight; Omicron Gamma Pi. 

BROWN, GARY R. Science - Biology; Wellsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

BRUNSWICK, JAMES E. Music; DuBois, Pennsylvania. 

BRYANT, DENNIS G. Music; Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. 



CARLSEN, INGRID H. English; Rome, Pennsylvania. Dorm 
Council; Kappa Delta Pi; W. A. A, ; P. S. E. A. 

CHALMERS, BRENDA L. Humanities - French; Galeton, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; Pi Delta Phi - Pres. 3; 
Delta Phi Alpha. 

CHAPMAN, LYNN R, Home Economics; Allentown, Penn- 
sylvania. 



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CH.\RLES, JOELLA J. Elementary; Eldred, Pennsylvania. 
C. E. C. ; P. S. E. A. 



tion; Sharon, Pennsylvania. Chi Psi Omega; P. S. E. A. 
N.E. A. ; C.E. C. 



CHERESXOKSKY, MICHAEL Liberal Arts - Chemistry; 
Sayre, Pennsylvania. 

CL-\MP1, JOSEPH R. Elementary - Social Studies; Glen 
Lyon, Pennsyhania. 

CIOCCO, JOAXXE Home Economics; Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania. Delta Zeta; \\". A. A. ; Newman Club; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi. 

CLARK, CAROL A. Home Economics; Turtle Creek, Penn- 
sylvania. \v". A. A. ; Newman Club; Flashlight; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi; P. S. E. A. 

CL.\RK, NxANCY L. Home Economics; Danville, Pennsyl- 
vania. Alpha Sima Tau - Parliamentarian 3; Panhellenic 
Council - \ice-President; Majorette 2, 3; \\'. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; 
Omicron Gamma Pi. 

CLE\ELAND, JOSEPH J. Liberal Arts - Chemisuy; Mans- 
field, Pennsylvania. 

CLIFTON, LINDA S. Humanities - English; Erie, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

COLEGROVE, CAROL J. Elementary; Tioga, Pennsylvania. 
Day Students Organization; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. 

COLLEY, CARL W. Library Science; Butler, Pennsylvania. 

COLLEY, TERRY Social Science; Kingsley, Pennsylvania. 

COLLIER, MARTIN E. Elementary; Bloomsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. Phi Sigma Epsilon - House Manager; Wrestling - Co- 
Captain 4; "M" Club; Sigma Theta Epsilon; Summer Opera 
Workshop; P. S. E. A. ; Ski Club. 

COLLINS, ELIZABETH Elementary; Clarks Green, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; Young Republicans; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon; I. C. G. 

CONLEY, MARY G. Elementary - Social Studies; Bath, 
New York. 

CONNING, MICHAEL F. Music; Freeport, New York. 

CONRAD, PAULETTE ASHCRAFT Elementary; Mehoopany, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. 

COOLEY, TERRY E. Social Science. 

CORCORAN, ALBERTA 

CRAWFORD, JUDY E. Elementary; Rochester, New York. 
Alpha Sigma Tau; C. E, C. ; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. ; Women's 
Dormitory Association - Treasurer 3. 

CRUM, AGNES E. Elementary; Millerton, Pennsylvania. 
Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

CRUM, GERALD E. Geography, Social Studies; Millerton, 
Pennsylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon - Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3. 

CSATLOS, PHYLLIS EILEEN Elementary - Special Educa- 



CUNNINGHAM, JR. , MARIE E. Secondary - Mathematics; 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 

D 

DART, BRUCE A. Liberal Arts - Geography; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

DAVIS, BEVERLY J. Elementary; Corning, New York. 
P. S. E. A. ; Student Christian Ass'n. ; Ass'n. for Childhood 
Education; Players. 

DEAL, RONALD A. -Elementary - Art; Levittown, Pennsyl- 
vania. Ski Club; Art Club; Sigma Tau Gamma. 

De ANGELIS, JOSEPH A. Social Science; Farmingdale, 
New York. M. R. A. - Secretary; Inter Fraternity Council - 
Vice Pres. ; Flashlight; Sigma Tau Gamma - Vice Pres. 

DeGROFT, DEANNA L. Home Economics; Li'ttlestown, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; P. S.E. A. ; Young Re- 
publicans. 

De MAIO, LINDA C. Home Economics; Blandon, Pennsyl- 
vania. Kappa Omicron Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi; W. A. A. ; Student Faculty Advisory Board; N. H. E. A, ; 
P. S.E. A. 

DEPEW, JUDITH E. Elementary Education; Tunkhannock, 
Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. 

DEPEW, MARIAN R, Social Science; Rushville, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. 

DERHAMMER, ROBYN M. Home Economics; Whitesville, 
Pennsylvania. 

DESIMONE, SARA L. Elementary - Special Education; 
Levittown, Pennsylvania. Alpha Sigma Tau; C.E.C. ; 
W. A. A. ; Newman Club - Sec. ; Flashlight ; Carontawan; 
P. S.E. A. 

DEUTSCH, JOSEPH W. Social Studies; Coplay, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

DEWITT, MARY C. Elementary Education; Troy, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; A.C. E. ; Alpha Sigma Tau - 
Custodian; Who's Who. 

DIITLIPPANTONIO, LOUIS C. Elementary; Penns Grove, 
New Jersey. "M" Club; Football; AU-State Team. 

DODGE, KURT A. Mathematics; Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. 

DOEBLER, LESLIE R. Liberal Arts - Biology; Williamsport, 
Pennsylvania. Ski Club; Carontawan; Flashlight; Young Re- 
publicans. 

DOEPKE, STANLEY L. Liberal Arts; Huntington, New York. 
"M" Club; Men's Dorm Council; Gamma Theta Upsilon; 
Sigma Tau Gamma - Secretary, President; I. F. C. 

DONAHUE, BONITA ENGLE Elementary - Special Educa- 
tion; Halifax, Pennsylvania. 



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DOODY, JAMES T. , JR. Social Science; Broomall, Penn- 
sylvania. 

DOUGHERTY, CLARENCE Social Science - Geography; 
York, Pennsylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon; Ski Club; 
Young Republicans Club; P. S. E. A. 

DOUGHERTY, MARY R. Elementary - Special Education; 
Meshoppen, Pennsylvania. Newman Club; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; 
C.E.C. 

DOW, DONALD R. Elementary; Austin, Pennsylvania. 
Art Club; Phi Sigma Pi; P. S. E. A. ; S. C. A. 

DOWNEY, JAMES L. Humanities - English; Mills, Penn- 
sylvania. 

DREIBELBIS, WILLARD D. Music; Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. 

DRY, KAY I. Home Economics; Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 
Day Students Organization; Women's Pres. 3; Homecoming 
Committee; Student Council; W. A. A. ; Omicron; Kappa Phi; 
P, S, E. A. ; Delta Zeta. 

DUNKELBERGER, LYNNE CAROL Home Economics; Blooms- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; 
N.'e. A. 

DURRWACHTER, MELVIN C. Liberal Arts - History; Wil- 
liamsport, Pennsylvania. 

DUTCHER, RUTH BECHTOLD Home Economics; Bethel, 
Pennsylvania. 



ECKMAN, JEAN ANN 

EDSELL, GARY E. Science - Biology; Rome, Pennsylvania. 

EHRHART, VICTORIA M. Home Economics; Palmyra, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; W. A. A. ; Delta Zeta - 
Recording Secretary, Parliamentarian; Parents Day Commit- 
tee; Freshman Orientation Committee. 

EPPLEY, KATHY A. Liberal Arts - English, Psychology; 
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Bridge Club. 

EVANS, DONALD G. Elementary; Kingston, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Tau Gamma; Wrestling; "M" Club. 



FABIAN, RAYMOND L, Science - Earth and Space; 
Ligonier, Pennsylvania. 

EAGER, CANDICE KOONS Home Economics; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Phi; W. A. A. ; Student- Fac- 
ulty Advisory Board. 

FAHNESTOCK, DARLENE L. Speech and Drama; Harrisburg, 
Pennsylvania. Players; Readers Theatre Showcase - Vice 
Pres. 4; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Psi Omega; P. S.£.A. 

FARNSLER, JENNIE Elementary - Special Education; Allen- 
town, Pennsylvania. 

FELLOWS, SUSAN E. Home Economics; Frackville, Penn- 



sylvania. W. A. A. ; Delta Zeta - Pres. ; Omicron Gamma 
Pi; Young Republicans; Panhellenic Council. 

FENSTERMACHER, PATRICIA C. Home Economics; Cov- 
ington, Pennsylvania, 

FERENCE, KATHLEEN A. Home Economics; Trafford, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi - Vice Pres. ; P. S.E. A. ; 
W. A. A. ; Newman Club; Ski Club. 

FERGUSON, KAY J. Elementary; Cameron Mills, New 
York. C. E. C. ; Kappa Delta Pi. 

FERGUSON, JR. , ROBERT W. Social Science; Tunkhan- 
nock, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Young Republicans. 

FERRELL, LUCILLE ANN Music; Sinestown, Pennsylvania. 

FETTERMAN. LAMAR F. Social Science; Sunbury. Penn- 
sylvania. Sigma Tau Gamma; l.C.G. - Chairman 4; Young 
Republicans; Student Council; Cotillon Committee - Chair- 
man 3; Homecoming Committee; Freshman Orientation 
Committee - Chairman 2. 

FEYRER, MICHAEL P. Music. 

FILEMYR, CAROL ANN Home Economics; Willingboro, 
New Jersey. Alpha Sigma Tau - Vice Pres. 3; Kappa Omi- 
cron Phi; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; 
Omicron Gamma Pi; W. A.A, ; Panhellenic Council; Dorm 
CouncU - College Manor - Secretary 3; Newman Club; Ski 
Club. 

FISHER, CHARLES J. Liberal Arts - Social Science; Bristol, 
Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Epsilon. 

FLUEGEL, M. DIANNE Elementary; Kingston, Pennsylvania. 
P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; C. E. C. ; Hemlock Dorm Council - Treas. ; 
CoUege Manor Dorm Council - Pres. ; Newman Club; Wom- 
en's Senate, 

FOGARTY, MICHAEL F. Social Science; Williamsport, 
Pennsylvania. 

FOLK, LINDA J. Science - Biology; Shillington, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

FONTANELLA, LAEL CHRISTINE Secondary Education - 
French; Galeton, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Pi Delta Phi. 

FORD, DANIEL W. Elementary; Plymouth, Pennsylvania. 
Readers Theatre - Treas. 4; Young Republicans; P. S. E. A. 

FORLENZA, VITO A. Liberal Arts - Biology; Pittston, 
Pennsylvania. Newman Club; Baseball. 

FRANCIS, STEPHEN M. Liberal Arts - Biology; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

FRANCIS, E. MICHAEL 

FRANKLIN, BARBARA L. Public School Nursing. 

FREDERICK, DORIS F, Dental Hygienist. 

FREDERICK, RITA W. Public School Nursing. 



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FRONTING, MURUL REICHART Elementary - Special 
Education; Petiolia, Pennsylvania, 



GABRYLUK, MARY ANN German; Northampton, Pennsyl- 
vania. Flashlight; Players; A. 

GARRISON, JOYCE H. Elementary; Wellsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

GARY. CINDY 

CASPAR, WILLUM Biology; Blakeley, Pennsylvania. 
Young Republicans. 

GEER, HAR\EY R. Library Science; Johnsonburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

GEISINGER, LLXDA B. Home Economics; Telford, Penn- 
sylvania. Delta Zeta; \\'. A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi; Bridge 
Club - Secretary 3. 

GENOVA, ANGELA NLA.RL\ Elementary; Levittown, Penn- 
sylvania. \\'. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Newman Club; 
C.E.C. ; Parents' Day Committee. 

GEORGE, RONALD G. Science. 

GEORGETTI, TITO A. Science - Earth and Space; Plains, 
Pennsylvania. 

GERGELY, STEPHEN E. Music Education; Johnstown, Penn- 
sylvania. Concert Wind Ensemble; Opera Workshop; Music 
Education Club; Newman Club; Esquires; Phi Mu Alpha. 

GERMAN, JOAN CAROL Elementary - English; West Cata- 
sauqua, Pennsylvania. Alpha Sigma Tau; P. S.E. A. 

GESEY, JUDITH ANN Liberal Arts; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
Alpha Sigma Tau; Women's Dorm Council - Pres. ; W. A. A. ; 
Flashlight; Ski Club. 

GIANGIULIO, LUISIANA Home Economics; Devon, Penn- 
sylvania. Newman Club; Dorm Association - Vice Pres. 2; 
Delta Zeta; W. A. A. ; O O; O 

GIDDLNGS, THOMAS M. Humanities; Lyons, New York. 
Football; "M" Club. 

GILPIN, ELIZABETH M. Home Economics: Newfoundland, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi; Kappa Phi - 
Vice Pres. ; Kappa Omicron Phi - Treas. ; P. S. E. A. 

GLMGRICH, JR., FRANCIS A. Social Science; Elmira, New 
York. 

GIRTON, SUSAN A. (Mrs. Ted Binley) Home Economics; 
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta, Kappa Omicron Phi; 
Kappa Delta Pi; W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; Student- Faculty Advisory 
Board. 



New York. 

GOSCIMINSKI, CONRAD S. Social Science; Catawissa, 
Pennsylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon - Pres. ; Sigma Theta 
Epsilon; Young Democrats. 

GRAMET, ALAN M. Elementary - Special Education; 
Mineola, New York. Phi Sigma Epsilon - Vice Pres. 3; 
Opera Workshop; Ski Club; C.E.C. 

GREEN, DURRELL LEE Elementary - Social Studies; Westport, 
Pennsylvania. 

GRIFFIN, MICHAEL J. Social Science; Towanda, Pennsyl- 
vania. Basketball; Newman Club. 

GRIMM, DAVID F. Social Science; Apollo, Pennsylvania. 

GRINNELL, MARY E. Elementary - English; MiUerton, 
Pennsylvania. 

GUTHRIE, RUSSELL W. Mathematics; Watsontown, Penn- 
sylvania. Football; Men's Dorm Council. 

H 

HALL, JANICE L. Mathematics; Peckville, Pennsylvania. 

HALL, RAYMOND T. Liberal Arts - English; Towanda, 
Pennsylvania. 

HALLING, JAMES K. Elementary; Phelps, New York. 
Wrestling; Council of Execeptional Children - Treas. 4; Ski 
Club; College Tutoring Service. 

HALOSKI, JULIA A. Elementary Education; Frackville, 
Pennsylvania. W, A. A. ; Newman Club; Flashlight; C. E. C. ; 
P. S.E. A, 

HALSEY, SANDRA L. Elementary - English; Lakeville, 
Pennsylvania. Alpha Sigma Tau - Corresponding Secretary; 
W. A. A. ; Women's Dormitory Council; Ski Club; P. S. E. A. ; 
N.E. A. 

HAMMOND, DENNIS E. Elementary - Special Education; 
Montoursville, Pennsylvania. 

HANS, JANE P. Elementary - Mathematics; Milton, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HARRIS, SYLVIA J. Home Economics; Milan, Pennsylvania. 
W. A. A. ; 4-H - Presuient, Treasurer; Kappa Omicron Phi - 
Distaff Reporter; Kappa Delta Pi; O. S. E. A. ; Omicron Gamma 
Pi; Young Republicans. 

HARTLAND, THOMAS W. Elementary - Special Education; 
Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 

HARTMAN, PHILIP W. Elementary; Williamsport, Penn- 
sylvania. P. S. E. A. 



GLASSMOYER, KAREN RUTH Home Economics; Hershey, 
Pennsylvania; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi; 
W. A. A. 

GODWIN, MARY S. Elementary - Social Studies; Elmira, 



HARVEY, DONALD A. Liberal Arts - English; Andover, 
New York. 

HARVEY, KATHLEEN M. Home Economics; Nicktown, 
Pennsylvania. Newman Club; Omicron Gamma Phi. 



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HAUS, CLIFFORD Humanities - English; Welisboro, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HAYDEN, ROGER C. Music; Nicholson, Pennsylvania. 
Esquires; Opera Workshops; Renaissance Singers; Concert 
Choir; Knowledge Bowl. 

HAVLICSEK, ANDREA K. (Mrs. Karabaich) Elementary - 
Social StuHies; Allentown, Pennsylvania. 

HAYES, KATHLEEN E. Elementary; Elmira, New York. 
P, S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; W. A. A. ; A. C. E. ; Players; Readers 
Theatre; Hockey. 

HEAD, SUSAN L. English; Tidioute, Pennsylvania. 
P.S.E. A. ; N.E. A. 

HEALY, KEVIN D. Social Science; Bradford, Pennsylvania. 

HEATH, STEVEN E. Liberal Arts. 

HECKERT, BEVERLY A. Home Economics; Berrysburg, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A, ; 
4-H Club. 

HEFFENTREYER, CHARLES 

HEFFENTREYER, MARGARET Home Economics; Consho- 
hocken, Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta; W. A. A. - V. Pres. 2, 
Pres. 3; L. S. A. - Sec. 2; Women's Domitory Council; Omi- 
cron Gamma Pi; P. S, E. A. ; Student-Faculty Advisory Board. 

HEISEY, FRANCES M. Home Economics; Myerstown, Penn- 
sylvania. Chi Psi Omega; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. ; Hockey; 
Omicron Gamma Pi; Art Club. 

HEISLER, JOSEPH B. English; Tamaqua, Pennsylvania. 
Men's Recreation; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Young Republicans; 
Parents Day Committee. 

HELSEL, KAREN E. Home Economics; Trout Run, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; Delta Zeta; Omicron Gamma Pi. 

HEMMING, LINDA E. Elementary - English; Sayre, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HENRY, SANDRA LEE Elementary - Social Smdies; Allen- 
town, Pennsylvania. 

HENSEL, LINDA L. Science - Biology; Austin, Pennsylvania. 

HERRINGTON, JAMES E. Science - Chemisuy; Canton, 
Pennsylvania. 

HESS, GEORGE J. Social Science; Tamaqua, Pennsylvania. 

HEYSHAM, DL?^NE S. Humanities - French; Nelson, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HICKOK, DONNA R. Humanities - English; Canton, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HOCK, SUZANNE Music; Allentown, Pennsylvania. 

HOCKSTETLER, JEAN ANN Home Economics; Farmington, 
Pennsylvania. 



HODGKINS, SHARON A. Elementary - Special Education; 
Temple, Pennsylvania. 

HOFFMAN, DRUSILLA A. Elementary - Spanish; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

HOFFMAN, FRANK H. Liberal Arts. 

HOLLENBACH, BEVERLY G. Home Economics; Rehrersburg, 
Pennsylvania. 

HOOVER, CONNIE L. Elementary - Spanish; Duncansville, 
Pennsylvania. 

HOREN, IAN RONALD Social Science; Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HORTON, DONNA H. Humanities - English; Athens, Penn- 
sylvania. 

HORTON, RICHARD G. Social Science; Punxsutawney, 
Pennsylvania. 

HORTON, TERRY E. Elementary - Special Education; 
Milan, Pennsylvania. 

HOUCK, JANET M. Home Economics; Harrisburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

HOWARD, RICHARD H. Social Science. 

HOWE, TOLETHA R. Public School Nursing. 

HROBUCHAK, DOLORES Elementary - English; Clarks 
Summit, Pennsylvania. 

HUGHES, SYLVIA R. Elementary - English; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

HUMPHREY, MARCIA R. Humanities - French; Sayre, 
Pennsylvania. 

HUTCHINGS, VIRGINLA L. Library Science; Beech Creek, 
Pennsylvania. 

HUTH, RANDALL F. Social Science; Pottstown, Pennsyl- 
vania, 

HYDE, J. RUSSELL Elementary - Speech and Drama; 
Elmira, New York. 

I 

LANDIMARINO, ANTONIA Elementary; Hackensack, New 
Jersey. Alpha Sigma Tau; Pi Delta Phi; Renaissance Singers; 
Newman Club; W. A. A. ; Art Club; Music Education Club. 

IRONS, JR., GILBERT W. Social Science; Duke Center, 
Pennsylvania. 



JACOBSON, JR., CHARLES F. Music Education; Kingston, 
Pennsylvania, Music Education Club; Sigma Tau Gamma; 
Esquires; College-Community Orchestra; Wind Ensemble; 
Brass Ensemble; Opera Workshop. 

JASIONIS, LINDA M. Home Economics; Wayne, Pennsyl- 



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vania. \\". A. A. 
cron Gamma Pi. 



, Newman Club; Omi- 



JEFFRY, JOBYN'A J. Music Education; Allentown, Pennsyl- 
vania. Sigma Alpha lota; Kappa Phi; Music Education; 
Cheerleader - Co-Captain; \s'omen's Dorm Council - Pres. , 
\'ice-Pres. ; Woman's Senate - Pres. ; Student Council; \\'. A. A. 

JE.WLXGS, CECILY W. Library Education; West Pittston, 
Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta Sorority; Library Association; 
W. A. A. 

JOHNSON, KAY ELATHMELL Home Economics; Renovo, 
Pennsylvania; \\. A. A. ; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Gamma Pi; 
Kappa Omicron Phi; P. S, E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Lutheran Students 
Association; Opera Workshop; Student-Faculty Advisory Board. 

JONES, EDMUND Social Science - Geography; West Pitts- 
ton, Pennsylvania. 



JONES, RONALD C. 
vania. 



Social Science; Pen Argyl, Pennsyl- 



K 



KALEY, SANDRA C. Elementary; Williamsport, Pennsyl- 
vania. P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. ; S. C. A. ; Delta Zeta; Delta Phi 
Alpha - Treasurer. 

KALNINS, SARMITE Secondary - Mathematics; Liberty, 
Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta; W. A. A. - Treas. 2; Flashlight; 
Women's Dorm Council. 

KAMINSKl, CHRISTINE M Elementary; Blossburg, Penn- 
sylvania. Ski Club. 

KARABAICH. ANDREA H. Elementary. 

KARHNAK, CYRIL V. Liberal Arts - Mathematics; Nichol- 
son, Pennsylvania. 

KEATING, HAROLD F. Social Science; Taylor, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

KECK, NORMAN F. Humanities - English; Horseheads, 
New York. 

KECK, SUSAN L. Elementary - Special Education; Austin, 
Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; C. E. C. ; Newman Club; Spring 
Weekend Committee; Ski Club; Alpha Sigma Tau. 

KEENEY, ELIZABETH S. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 

KELLER, ALLEN G. Social Science; Smethpon, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

KELLER, ALLEN P. Social Science - History; Tunkhannock, 
Pennsylvania. 

KELLER, MARY LOU Elementary - French; Factoryville, 
Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. 

KELLEY, SARA JANE Home Economics; Greensburg, Penn- 
sylvania. 

KENNEDY, L0PJ:NE EDITH Elementary - Spanish; Columbia 



Crossroads, Pennsylvania. Kappa Delta Pi. 

KING, KAREN LEE Home Economics; Wellsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. 

KLEIN, KAREN ANN Home Economics; Port Allegany, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; W. A. A. 

KLINE, LORRAINE M. Home Economics; Havertown, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Omicron Camma Pi. 

KLINK, CAROL ANN Elementary - Special Education; 
Olean, New York. P. S. E. A. ; C. E. C. ; Kappa Delta Pi. 

KLITGORD, SUSAN L. Elementary - Social Studies; Lima, 
New York. College Players; P. S. E. A. 

KNAUS, DONALD E. Humanities - English; Wellsboro, 
Pennsylvania. 

KNEISS, PETER J. Humanities - English; Taylor, Pennsyl- 
vania. Phi Sigma Pi - Treas. 3,4; Kappa Delta Pi; Password ; 
Dean's List. 

KNOLL, THADDEUS M. Liberal Arts - English; Nanticoke, 
Pennsylvania. 

KOCHER, JULIETT K. Elementary - Special Education; 
Palmerton, Pennsylvania. 

KOHUT, DONNA A. Elementary - Spanish; Columbia 
Crossroads, Pennsylvania. 

KOHUT, DAVID L. Social Science - Geography; Elkland, 
Pennsylvania. 

KOLB, JOHN M. 

KOLLAR, MATTHEW J. Music; Emmaus, Pennsylvania, 

KOPITSKY, JR. , JOSEPH E. Elementary - Special Educa- 
tion; Shamokin, Pennsylvania, Opera Workshop, 

KOWALSKY, PAULETTE A. 

KOWACZ, LYNN M, Home Economics; Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania, 

KOZA, RICHARD J. Elementary - Special Education; 
Olyphant, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; Young Republicans. 

KRAMM, BARBARA Liberal Arts - English; Reading, Penn- 
sylvania, W. A. A. ; Flashlight; Falcon. 

KREGER, FAYE MITSTIFER Mathematics; Liberty, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. 

KRISA, JOHN Social Science - History; Mayfield, Pennsyl- 
vania, 

KRUGAR, LOIS J. Home Economics; Annville, Pennsyl- 
vania. Alpha Sigma Tau; Omicron Gamma Pi; P. S. E. A. ; 
Ski Club, 

KUEBLER, MARILYN R. Elementary - Art; Allentown, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Flashlight ; Art Club; P, S. E. A. ; 



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Young Republicans. 



New York. 



KULASA, JOSEPH F. Humanities - English; McKeesport, 
Pennsylvania. Opera Workshop; Phi Sigma Epsilon; Alpha 
Psi Omega - Vice-Pres. 3; Flashlight . 



LAMBERT, JANET F. Elementary - Social Studies; Painted 
Post, New York. 

LANE, JAMES R. Liberal Arts - History; Galeton, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

LANZEL, HARRIS J. Music; St. Mary's, Pennsylvania. 
Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Brass Emsemble; Concert 
Choir; Renaissance Singers; Opera Workshop; Newman Club; 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Music Education Club; Who's Who. 

LAVANCHER, JOHN 

LAWRENCE, ELIZABETH M. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. 

LEFFLER, MARY F. Elementary - Spanish; Eldred, Pennsyl- 
vania. Alpha Sigma Tau; W. A. A. ; Spanish Club; P. S. E. A. 



LYONS, STEPHEN E. Music; Binghamton, New York. 
College Players; Student Council Parliamentarian 4; College 
Wind Ensemble; College-Community Orchestra; Marching 
Band; Amateur Radio Club - President 1,2,3; Varsity Debate 
Team; Flashlight ; Opera Workshop Lighting; Music Education 
Club. 

M 

MACIEL, MICHAEL W. Social Science; Troy, Pennsylvania. 
Day Student's Organization - Parliamentarian 4; Executive 
Board 3,4. 

MAGLIONE, GIRO J. Humanities - Spanish; Stirling, New 
Jersey. 

MAKA, MARY Elementary - Library Science; Rockaway, 
New Jersey. Delta Zeta; W. A. A. - Vice President 3; 
P. S.E. A. ; Library Club. 

MANCHESTER, MAIUE A. Mathematics; Towanda, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Kappa Phi; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sigma Zeta - Historian 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon; 
Who's Who 4. 



LEONARD, ANNA B. Humanities - English; Gillett, Penn- 
sylvania. Kappa Delta Pi. 

LESSUN, MARSHA D. Humanities - English; Tyler Hill, 
Pennsylvania. Kappa Delta Pi; Flashlight; Opera Workshop; 
W.A. A. ; P.S. E. A. 

LISOWSKI, SUSAN Humanities - English; Covington, Penn- 
sylvania. Falcon - Student Editor. 

LITTLE, RUTH D. Elementary - Speech and Drama; Sayre, 
Pennsylvania. 



MANIKOWSKl, BARBARA A. Elementary - Mathematics; 
Blossburg, Pennsylvania. Delta Zeta; Woman's Dormitory 
Council; Pine Crest Dormitory Council; W. A. A. 

MANN, THOMAS D. Mathematics; Wellsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania. Track and Field; Day Students - Treas. 3; Executive 
Board 4. 

MARKHAM, GARLAND E. Music; Montgomery, Pennsyl- 
vania. Phi Sigma Epsilon; Marching Band; College-Com- 
munity Orchestra; Concert Choir; Brass Ensemble; French 
Horn Ensemble; Music Club; Opera Workshop. 



LOYD, IRENE F. Humanities - English; Saddle Brook, New 
Jersey. 



MARKO, CAROL S. Home Economics;. Little Falls, New 
York. 



LONG, JESSIE C. Home Economics; Williamsport, Pennsyl- 
vania. Newman Club; Art Club; F. S. E. A. ; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi; Les Jongleurs; College Players; Homecoming Court. 

LONG, RAYMOND E. Elementary - Special Education; 
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. College Players, P. S. E. A. 

LOOMIS, GINGER Liberal Arts - English; Sayre, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; Flashlight; College Players; Falcon; 
I. U. E. F. - Sec. -Treas. 2. 



MARSTELLER, BONITA R. Home Economics; Breinigsville, 
Pennsylvania. 

MARUCA, THEODORE B. Social Science; Punxsutawney, 
Pennsylvania. "M" Club; Football. 

MASON, BETHE C. Library Science. 

MAWHIR, JR. , WILLIAM Social Science; Elmira Heights, 
New York. 



LOPES, LOUISE Home Economics; Hellertown, Pennsylvania. 
Omicron Gamma Pi; Newman Club; College Players; Ski Club; 
W.A. A. 

LORIGON, JOHN J. Library Science; Osceola Mills, Penn- 
sylvania. 

LUTZ, KATHLEEN M. Home Economics; Camp Hill, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Newman Club - Recording Sec. 2. 

LYBA, EDWARD S. Social Science; Tamaqua, Pennsylvania. 

LYON, JR. , CORNELIUS F. Humanities - English; Elmira, 



MAYO, PAUL S. . Social Science - History; Corning, New 
York. 

McANDREW, JOHN M. Elementary - English; Archbald, 
Pennsylvania. 

McCALIPS, JR. , MERLE L. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Yeagertown, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; Lutheran Students; 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; Young Democrats. 

McCarthy, KENNETH L. social studies; Wellsboro, Penn- 
sylvania. Day Students Executive Board; Day -Students Presi- 
dent 4. 



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Mccracken, LYNDx-\ G. Library Science; Liberty, Penn- 
sylvania, \v'. A, A. ; Flashlight; Les Jongleurs; P. S. E. A. ; 
N. E. A. ; Carontawan; Young Republicans; Opera Workshop; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Mansfield State College Library Association. 

Mcdonald, neil j. 

MES.-\RDOS, JOHN M. Liberal Arts - Social Studies; 
Shavertown, Pennsylvania. 

METARKO, PETER F. Mathematics; WeUsboro, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

MILLAR, JANET L. Home Economics; New Oxford, Penn- 
sylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi. 

MILLER, JEFFREY D. Elementary - Special Education; 
Elmira, New York. C.E.C. 

MILLER, SUSAN N. Liberal Arts - Geography; Erie, Penn- 
sylvania. Young Democrats - Secretary; Newman Club - 
Corresponding Secretary; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Alpha Beta 
Alpha. 

MILLER, WILLIAM Social Science; Tamaqua, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Tau Gamma; 1. C.G. ; Young Democrats; Interfraternity 
Council. 

MILLS, MELODY A. Home Economics; York, Pennsylvania. 

MIN'GOS, JOSEPH E. Humanities; Towanda, Pennsylvania. 
Newman Club; Password; Phi Sigma Pi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

MIRAGLLA, LOUIS A. Liberal Arts - Social Studies; Corn- 
ing, New York. 

MITCHELL, KAREN M. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, W. A. A. ; Newman Club; Alpha 
Sigma Tau - Historian; P. S. E. A, 

MITCHELL, KATHLEEN A, Elementary - Spanish; Media, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Alpha Sigma Tau; Newman Club; 
P, S, E. A. ; Spanish Club; Art Club. 

MONKS, ALBERTA A. Public School Nurse. 

MOORE, WILLIAM J. Humanities; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
P. S. E. A. ; Young Republicans. 

MORGANS, JOHN P. Social Science; Tamaqua, Pennsyl- 
vania. Flashlight; Men's Recreation Association - Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Student Recreation; Newman Club; P. S. E. A. 

MORGENSTERN, LUCILLE Elementary - Spanish; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

MORRIS, RAND T. Social Science: Forty Fort, Pennsylvania, 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

MORSE, JR., ROBERT L. Social Science; Corning, New 
York. 

MOSHER, BASIL M. Social Science; Carbondale, Pennsyl- 
vania. Newman Club; Anthropology Club; Gamma Theta. 

MOSS, JUDY L. Elementary - Speech and Drama; West 



Pittston, Pennsylvania, Delta Zeta; Young Republicans; 
Reader's Theaue; P, S. E. A. 

MURPHY, JAMES S. Elementary - Social Studies; Glen 
Lyon, Pennsylvania. 

MURRAY, LARRY C, Social Science; Hughesville, Penn- 
sylvania, 

N 

NEWMAN, DANIEL G, Liberal Arts - Geography; Mans- 
field, Pennsylvania, 

NEWMAN, DEANNA R, Home Economics; Hummels Wharf, 
Pennsylvania, 

NIMTZ, SHARON A. Elementary; Gettysburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. Kappa Phi - Pres. 3; P. S. E, A. ; N. E. A. ; W. A. A, 

NORDSTROM, SUSAN K, Home Economics; Port Allegany, 
Pennsylvania, 

NORTON, REBECCA J, Elementary - Social Studies; Brad- 
ford, Pennsylvania, Kappa Phi. 

NOSS, PAUL M. Social Science; Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania. 
Baseball, 

NOYE, FRED C. Social Science; Duncannon, Pennsylvania. 
Young Republicans - Chairman; Kappa Delta Pi; P. S. E. A, 

NYMAN, DAVID R. Elementary - Social Studies; Wil- 
liamsport, Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Pi - Corresponding Sec- 
retary 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; P. S.E. A. ; 
Who's Who. 



O'CONNOR, DONALD F, Elementary - Social Studies; 
Renovo, Pennsylvania. 

O'CONNOR, ROBERT L. Elementary - Social Studies; Port 
Allegany, Pennsylvania, 

O'DONNELL, JOHN E, Elementary - Social Studies; WeUs- 
vUle. New York. P. S.E. A. 

OKRASINSKI, JR., FRANCIS R. Library Science; Scranton, 
Pennsylvania, 

OLENICK, RUTH 

OLMSTEAD, AMY JO Music; Mexico, New York. Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Iota - President; S. C. A. ; College 
Community Orchestra; Marching Band; College Musicum; 
French Horn Ensemble; Concert Choir; Music Club - Corre- 
sponding Secretary, 

ORI, SHARON M. Home Economics; Wyomissing, Pennsyl- 
vania. Omicron Gamma Pi - President; W. A. A. ; Kappa Phi; 
Student Council; Senate; Women's Dormitory Council - Sec- 
retary, 

O'REILLY. JOSEPHINE S. Elementary 

OSGOOD, MARY A. Humanities - English; Wellsboro, 



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Pennsylvania, W. A. A. ; S. C, A. ; Kappa Delta Pi; Opera 
Workshop. 

OTT, KEITH E. Liberal Arts - Social Science; Taylor, 
Pennsylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon - Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Men's Dormitory; Head Counselor. 

OWENS, THOMAS S. Social Science; Blossburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. 



PALMER, RICHARD J. Social Science; Athens, Pennsyl- 
vania. S. C. A. - President. 

PALUMBO, MARIETTA A. Home Economics; Dunmore, 
Pennsylvania. Cheerleader; Players; Omicron Gamma Pi; 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Ski Club; Newman Club; Who's Who; 
Readers Theatre Showcase. 

PARIS, ALLEN N. Elementary - Special Education; Tioga, 
Pennsylvania. Day Students - Vice-President; Executive 
Board of Day Students. 

PARKS, LAVETA R. Library Science; Rome, Pennsylvania. 
Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi; Young Republicans; Library Club. 

PATTERSON, JOAN E. Elementary; Trout Run, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

PATTI, SALVATORE J. Social Science; Phillipsburg, New 
Jersey. Football. 

PEARSON, HERBERT L. Science - Biology; Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania. Student Council; Junior Class President; Sigma 
Zeta; Phi Sigma Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Sigma Epsilon - Re- 
cording Secretary; Who's Who; Ski Club; P. S. E. A. 

PEASE, WILLIAM A. Music; Montrose, Pennsylvania. Phi 
Sigma Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Sigma Pi; College-Com- 
munity Orchestra; Intercollegiate Chorus; Renaissance Singers. 

PERRY, MARGARET E. Home Economics; Honesdale, Penn- 
sylvania. P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A, ; Newman Club; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi; Woman's Dormitory Council; Flashlight Staff - Editor- 
in-Chief 4; Senior Advisor 4. 

PETROFF. JOSEPH C, Elementary - Social Studies; Berwick, 
Pennsylvania. Art Club; P. S. E. A. ; Wrestling; N. E. A. 

PHERREIGO, SARAH A. Elementary - Spanish; Tunkhannock, 
Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E, A, ; Ski Club; Art Club. 

PHIBBS, HOWARD T. Music; Takoma Park, Maryland. 

PIERSON, JUDITH A. Elementary - Library Science; Nor- 
ristown, Pennsylvania. Alpha Sigma Tau - Editor; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon; Women's Dorm Council - Treasurer; W. A. A. ; 
Library Club. 

PLIESKATT, ARTHUR C. 

POLICELLA, RUTH A. Elementary - Special Education; 
Mineola, New York. L, I. ; Women's Dorm Council - Secre- 
tary; C. E. C. ; W. A. A. ; Art Club; P. S. E. A. ; Who's Who; 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

POTTER, KATHERINE B. Elementary - Geography; Towanda, 



Pennsylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

POWELL, GLADYS V. Elementary - English; WeUsboro, 
Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Kappa Delta Pi; C. E. C. 

POWELL, SANDRA K. Elementary - Speech and Drama; 
Bath, New York. College Players; Ski Club; Chi Psi Omega. 

PRIEST, HELENA M. Elementary - History; Blossburg, 
Pennsylvania. 

PRUGH, FRANK C. Liberal Arts; Tioga, Pennsylvania. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; Day Students' Club; Executive Board. 

R 

RANSAVAGE. PAUL J. Social Science - Geography; Kings- 
ton, Pennsylvania. 

RAYSOR, DARRELL O. Social Science; Pottstown. Pennsyl- 
vania. Baseball. 

REAM, DENISE N. Humanities - English; Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Alpha Sigma Tau - Secretary 3. 

REED, ROLF S. Liberal Arts - English; Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut. Phi Sigma EpsUon - Recording Secretary 3 - Cor- 
responding Secretary 4; The Falcon - Editor 3; Flashlight. 

REID, DIANA L. Social Studies; DuBois, Pennsylvania. 

REINIGER, LEE R. Music; Reading, Pennsylvania. 

RENNIGER, JANICE A. Home Economics; Lansdale, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Omicron Gamma Pi; Art Club. 

RETTGER, BERNADINE R. Music; Mt. Jewett, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Newman Club - Secretary, Treasurer, 
Vice-President; Orchestra; Chorus; Music Education Club; 
W. A. A. ; Flashlight. 

REYNOLDS, DAVID L. Elementary - Special Education; 
Lyons, New York. Sigma Tau Gamma. 

RHODES, KATHLEEN A. Music; McVeytown, Pennsylvania. 
W. A. A. ; Music Education Club; Sigma Alpha Iota - Chap- 
lain; Concert Choir. 

RIEHL, JACK C. Elementary - Geography; Wilkes-Baxre, 
Pennsylvania. 

ROBINSON, CLIFFORD F. Elementary - Mathematics; 
Wyalusing, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. - Sergeant-at-Arms 1, 
Treasurer 3; Class Vice President 4, 

ROBERTS, CHARLOTTE H. Library Science; Pennsburg, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; Delta Phi Alpha; 
P. S. E. A. ; Library Association - Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi - 
Secretary 4; Flashlight. 

RODNEY, DOUGLAS F. Library Science; Scranton, Penn- 
sylvania. Baseball; P. S. E. A. ; 4-H Club; Young Republicans; 
Debate Club; M. S. C. Library Association. 

ROGGENBAUM, PAULA RODGERS Elementary - Spanish; 
Bradford, Pennsylvania. 

ROLAND, DAVID W. Music; Reading, Pennsylvania. Opera 



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Vv'orkshop; College Players; Psi Omega. 



Pennsylvania. 



ROLLS, RICH.-VRD L. Social Science; Punxsutawney, Penn- 
sylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

ROSS, THONL^S W. Oementaxy - Special Education; 
Cranford, Xew York. 

ROUPP, GLEXXA J. Elementary - Special Education; 
Liberty, Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; P. S. E. A. ; Young Republi- 
cans. 

ROWE, JOHN R. Mathematics; Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania. 

ROWE, LAWRENCE A. Social Science; Punxsutawney, 
Pennsylvania. Anthropology Club; Men's Athletic Associa- 
tion; "M" Club; Football. 

ROWE, NL-VRGARET A. Elementary -. Social Studies; Camp 
Hill, Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; S. C. A. ; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon. 

RUCKEL, BARRY L. Elementary - Social Studies; Mechanics- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Kappa; Basketball; Track; 
Young Republicans; Men's Recreation Association. 

RULANDER, KAREN L. Humanities - French; Warren, Penn- 
sylvania, Pi Delta Phi - Historian; Flashlight; W. A. A. ; 

P. S.E. A. " 

RUSSAVAGE, ^ARTHUR J. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Duryea, Pennsylvania. 

RUTH, GREGORY E. Music; Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Con- 
cert Wind Ensemble; Esquires; College Orchestra; Brass En- 
semble; Opera Workshop Pit Band. 



SADONICK, CHESTER T. Science; Elmira. New York. 
Newman Club - President; P. S. E. A. 

SAIA, ^UCHAEL P. Liberal Arts - Geography; West Pitts- 
ton, Pennsylvania. 

SALONY, TIMOTHY J, Library Science; Lilly, Pennsyl- 
vania. "M" Club - President, Treasurer; Library Club; Phi 
Sigma Pi. 

SANDEEN, JANET C. Home Economics; Bradford, Pennsyl- 
vania. Cheerleader; Omicron Gamma Phi; W. A. A. 

SANDERSON, LYNNE S. 

SAUCHUK, MICHAEL F. Social Science; Danvers, Massa- 
chusetts. 

SCHAEFFER, WANDA L. Elementary - Art; Myerstown, 
Pennsylvania. 

SCHLIEDER, SUSAN E. Music; Catawissa, Pennsylvania. 
Music Education Club; W. A. A. ; Lambda Mu; Sigma Alpha 
Iota; Kappa Delta Pi. 

SCHI4IDT, LYNN 

SHULTZ, JR., JOSEPH J. Science - Biology; West Pittston, 



SCHWALM, MICHAEL G. Music; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 
Opera Workshop; Wind Ensemble; Esquires; Concert Choir; 
Marching Band; Music Education Club. 

SCHWARZBAUER, DIETER Humanities - German; Duncan- 
non, Pennsylvania. 

SEARFOSS, ROBERT C. Mathematics. 

SEBRING, JAMES C. Elementary - Special Education; 
Emporium, Pennsylvania. 

SEEBER, SUZANNE SMITH Public School Nurse; Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania. 

SHADY, JARED A. Social Science; Newport, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Tau Gamma; Track. 

SHAFER, CHRISTINA M. Elementary - Special Education; 
Kingston, Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; P. S. E. A. ; Hemlock Dorm 
Council; College Manor Dorm Council - Vice-President; 
Newman Club; Women's Senate. 

SHEER, RODNEY N. Mathematics; WeUsboro, Pennsylvania. 

SHELTON, NORMA M. Public School Nurse. 

SHERMAN, MARCLA W. Humanities. 

SHIELDS, JAMES E. Mathematics. 

SHUE, GEORGE B. Elementary - Social Studies; Hanover, 
Pennsylvania. Football; Track; "M" Club; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

SHULL, JAYNE E. Elementary - Special Education; Johns- 
burg, Pennsylvania. 

SHULTZ, DAVID W. Social Science; Montoursville, Penn- 
sylvania. Wrestling; "M" Club; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

SHULTZ, JOSEPH J. Science. 

SIEG, BARBARA J. Home Economics; Easton, Pennsylvania. 
College Players; Kappa Phi; Bridge Club; Omicron Gamma Pi; 
Young Republicans. 

SILFIES, BRUCE D. Music; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Pi 
Sigma Epsilon; Golf Team; Marching Band; Wind Ensemble; 
Brass Ensemble; Chorus; Music Education Club. 

SIMAR, ROBERT C. Elementary - Social Studies; Turtle- 
point, Pennsylvania, Phi Sigma Epsilon - Treasurer; Senior 
Class President. 

SIROTKIN, STANLEY A. Elementary - Special Education; 
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Epsilon; C. E. C. ; 
Art Club; P. S. E. A; N. E. A. ; FootbaU; Young Republicans. 

SITLER, SHELBERT C. Elementary - Special Education; 
Berwick, Pennsylvania. 

SLATTERY, JOHN T. Social Science; Berlin, New York. 

SLAVIN, ROBERT J. Liberal Arts - Social Studies; Eldred, 
Pennsylvania. 



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SLOCUM, SANDRA L. Elementary - English; Nicholson, 
Pennsylvania. Yearbook; P, S. E. A. 

SMITH, DONALD P, Elementary - Special Education; 
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania. College Players; Ski Club. 

SMITH, ELIZABETH R. Elementary - Social Studies; Mans- 
field, Pennsylvania, 

SMITH, JUDITH K. Home Economics; Reading, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; Omicron. 

SMITH, LYNNE A. Music; Lancaster, Pennsylvania. L. S. A. . 
- Vice President; Music Education Club; Lamba Mu - Treas- 
urer; Sigma Alpha Iota; College-Community Orchestra; 
Symphoma Band; Festival Chorus; Recorder Consort; Collegium 
Musicum. 



STADELMAIER, LYNNE L. Elementary - French; Elmira, 
New York. Newman Club; VV. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. 

STAMBAUGH, ELIZABETH Elementary - Special Education; 
Milroy, Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; Hockey. 

STARNER, RONALD D. Music; Altoona, Pennsylvania. 
Wind Ensemble; Marching Band; Festival Chorus; Music Edu- 
cation Club; Phi Sigma Epsilon; I. F. C. ; Ski Club; Flashlight. 

STETTLER, WILLIAM R. Science - Biology; Allentown, 
Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Epsilon; Phi Sigma Pi; Sigma Zeta; 
"M" Club; Wrestling; I. F. C. - Treasurer; Golf; Caro ntawan; 
Track. 

STEVENS, TERRY L. Elementary - English; Sayre, Pennsyl- 
vania. S. C. A. ; 4-H; P. S. E. A. ; W. A. A. 



SMITH, SANDRA L. Home Economics; New Kensington, 
Pennsylvania. Kappa Omicron Pi, Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron 
Gamma Pi; Opera Workshop; Kappa Phi; Flashlight. 



STOCKDILL, JAMES A. R. Social Science; Dayton, Penn- 
sylvania. Phi Sigma Epsilon; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Young 
Democrats. 



SMYTH, JOHN O, Liberal Arts - History; PhUadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

SMYTH, MARY JO McCORMICK Elementary - Social 
Studies; Andover, New York. 



STOCUM, EMMA J. Elementary - English; Canton, Penn- 
sylvania. 

STORMS, SHARON S. Elementary - Library Science; Corn- 
ing, New York. 



SNITZER, ANDREW M. Social Science; Olyphant, Penn- 
sylvania. Gamma Theta Upsilon; P. S. E. A. 

SNYDER, STEPHEN J. Elementary - Social Studies; WU- 
liamsport, Pennsylvania, 

SOKIRA, BEVERLY J, Elementary - English; Corning, New 
York. 

SOLTIS, JEAN M. Humanities; Uniondale, Pennsylvania. 
Marquee - Editor; Pi Delta Phi - Secretary; Kappa Delta Phi; 
Alpha Psi Omega; W. A. A. ; Who's Who; P. S, E. A; Women's 
Dorm Council; Young Republicans; Kappa Phi; College Play- 
ers, Opera Workshop. 

SOMOGY, RONALD S. Science; Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 

SOPRANO, JOHN M. Elementary - Social Studies; Sayre, 
Pennsylvania, Football; AU-State Football Team; "M" Club. 

SOPRANO, JOYCE TENCH Elementary; Tarentum, Pennsyl- 
vania. Cheerleader. 

SOSNOSKIE, CHARLES L, Social Science; Shamokin, Penn- 
sylvania. Baseball; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

SPENCER, HAROLD R. Mathematics; Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SPENCER, JANET D. Elementary - Speech and Drama; 
Troy, Pennsylvania. Chi Psi Omega - Sentinel; College 
Players; Alpha Psi Omega - Treasurer; W. A. A. ; Young Re- 
publicans; Opera Workshop; P. S. E. A. 

SPORY, LAURA L. Elementa'-y - Social Studies; Boswell, 
Pennsylvania. 



STRANGE, MARIE A. Library Science; Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

STRAUB, DAVID P. Mathematics; WiUiamsport, Pennsyl- 
vania. "M" Club; Football; Sigma Tau Gamma. 

STRAW, DEAH F. Library Science; Halifax, Pennsylvania. 
Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Ski Club; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; 
Library Association - President. 

STRAZDUS, LINDA M. Elementary - Special Education; 
West Wyoming, Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; C. E. C. 

SUDOL, THOMAS J. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Mocanaqua, Pennsylvania. Ski Club - Treasurer. 

SUTHERLAND, ROBERT S. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. Mansfield Forum. 

SWAN, ELEANOR A. Social Science; Coudersport, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SWARTZ, NORMAN J. Elementary - Social Studies; Falls, 
Pennsylvania. 



TAGLIATERRA, PAUL Elementary - History; Old Forge, 
Pennsylvania. Newman Club; T ; Intramurals. 

TAXIS, PETER Science - Earth and Space; DuBois, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

TAYLOR, BEVERLY L. Elementary - Library Science; East 
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Chi Psi Omega - Reporter 2, 3,4; 
A. C. E. - Pres. ; W. A. A. ; Flashlight; Library Association; 
P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Homecoming Committee; Spring Week- 
end Committee. 



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TAYLOR, DENA L. Secondary - Mathematics; New Milford, 
Pennsylvania. Flashlight; Players; Opera Workshop; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sii;ma Zeta - Sec. -Treas. 3. 



Pennsylvania. Newman Club; Ski Club; Men's Athletic As- 
sociation; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals. 



TEATS, PEGGY Humanities - English; Mt. Pleasant, Penn- 
sylvania. \\\ A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; Hockey. 

TENCH, JOYCE S. Elementary - French; Tarentum, Penn- 
sylvania. 

TERRY m, JONATHAN C. Social Science; Carlisle, Penn- 
sylvania. 

TEZYK, STANLEY F. Social Science - History; Auburn, 
New York. 

THOMAS, GLENN R. Social Science; Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

THURXER, ARTHUR C. Liberal .-Vrts - History; Atlas, Penn- 
sylvania. 

TICE, DORA C. Elementary - Library Science; Mainesbiug, 
Pennsylvania. \V. A. A. ; Library Association; P. S. E. A. 

TIR_\, R1CH.-\RD Social Science. 

TOKARZ, BETTE L. Elementary - English; Covington, Penn- 
sylvania. Day Students Organization - Executive Board; 
P. S.E. A. ; Kappa Delta Pi; Homecoming Committee; Who's 
Who. 

TOUSCHER, KATHLEEN R. (Mrs. Christini) Home Eco- 
nomics; Mildred, Pennsylvania. O ; Kappa Omicron Phi; 
P. S.E. A. 

TOWNSEND, MARY LOU Elementary - Special Education; 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; C. E. C. 

TRIANO, JOSEPH A. Social Science; Scranton, Pennsyl- 
vania. Who's Who; Phi Sigma Pi; Kappa Delta Pi - Pres. ; 
P. S. E. A. ; Intramurals; Gamma Theta Epsilon; Men's Stu- 
dent Recreation Association. 

TROUT, IRVLN B. Social Science; Red Lyon, Pennsylvania 

TRUDNAK, RICHARD J. Elementary - Science; Mocanaqua, 
Pennsylvania. Ski Club; Newman Club; Men's Athletic As- 
sociation; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals. 

TRUTT, JUDITH A. Humanities - English; Selinsgrove, 
Pennsylvania. Players; Alpha Sigma Tau; P. S. E. A. ; Ski 
Club; Carontawan 2; Spring Weekend Committee. 

TURNER, SUSAN M. Home Economics; Drexel Hill, Penn- 
sylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; P. S, E. A. ; W. A. A. ; L. S. A. 

u 

UBALDINI, DINALD E. Liberal Arcs - History; Wellsboro, 
Pennsylvania. 

UNGER, JR., JvlARK E. Social Science; Tower City, Penn- 
sylvania. FootbaU; "M" Club - Treas. 1; Recreation Com- 
mittee; Men's Recreation Committee. 

URAM, JEROME f. Elementary ■■ Social Studies; Mocanaqua, 



VERBENA, ALBERT Music; Leechburg, Pennsylvania. 
P. S. E. A. ; Chorus; Marching Band; Music Education Club; 
Newman Club - Choir Director 4; Opera Workshop; Intra- 
murals; Symphonic Band; Collegium Musicum; Baseball; 
Dinint! Room Committee. 

VITE, PHYLLIS H. Home Economics; Towanda, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

VLASITS, GUY R. Social Science; Hackensack, New Jersey. 
Track; Plii Sigma Epsilon; Phi Sigma Pi. 

VOLPE, VINCENT J. Social Science; Scranton, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

VROMAN, WILLIAM L. Social Science - Geography; 
Morrisdale, Pennsylvania. 

w 

WADAS, FRANK E. Science - Biology; Shavertown, Penn- 
sylvania. 

WALKER, JR. , THOMAS J. Science - Biology; Olyphant, 
Pennsylvania. Phi Sigma Kappa - Vice Pres. 4; Intra Frater- 
nity Council. 

WALLACE, LINDA LOU Elementary - Special Education; 
Riverside, Pennsylvania. C. E. C. ; W. A. A. ; P. S. E. A. ; 
Alpha Sigma Tau - Chaplain. 

WALLACE, SUSAN R. Elementary - Social Studies; Waver- 
ly, New York. 

WALLIN, BRUCE K. Liberal Arts - Chemistry; Mansfield, 
Pennsylvania. Sigma Zeta; Who's Who. 

WALSH, KEVIN P. Elementary - Social Studies; Scranton, 
Pennsylvania. Student Council; Men's Executive Council - 
Pres. ; "M" Club; Track; Dining Room Committee; Newman 
Club. 

WARDS, LINDA K. Home Economics; Riverside, Pennsyl- 
vania. Kappa Omicron Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Gam- 
ma Pi. 

WATKINS, LYNNE M. Home Economics; WeUsboro, Penn- 
sylvania. 

WATKINS, SANDRA JOHNSON Home Economics; Wells- 
boro, Pennsylvania. 

WEAVER, SUSAN M. Elementary - Library Science; Cogan 
Station, Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Cotillion Committee; 
Carontawan - Co-Editor; Flashlight; P. S. E. A. ; Spring Week- 
end Committee; Grecian Sing; Parents Day Committee; 
Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi. 

WEILAGE, MARGARET A. Elementary - Special Education; 
Dalton, Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; A. C.E. - Treas,; Young 
Republicans; Majorette; P. S.E. A. ; Kappa Delta Pi. 



282 



WEINEL, THOMAS J. Mathematics; Eldred, Pennsylvania. 



Omicron Gamma Pi; Kappa Omicron Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. 



WELLS, ROSEANNE R. Elementary. 

WEST, JAMES P. Science - Biology; Swoyerville, Penn- 
sylvania. Phi Sigma Epsilon; College Players; Ski Club; 
Veterans Club - Secretary 2; Young Republicans; Golf. 

WEST, SUSAN ANN Humanities - French; Wellsboro, Penn- 
sylvania. Day Students Organization - Executive Board; Pi 
Delta Phi; Delta Zeta - Activities Chairman. 



WORTHINGTON, SANDRA H. Library Science; Troy, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Library Association. 

WYKOFF, SUSAN l^DINGTON Home Economics. 



YOCHUM, DIANE M. Humanities - English; Bethlehem, 
Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; Ski Club; Alpha Sigma Tau. 



WIEGMAN, JOYCE A. Home Economics; Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. W. A. A. ; Ski Club; Omicron Gamma Phi. 

WIERBOWSKl, THOMAS J. Music. 

WILKE, KATHLEEN J. Mathematics; Hallstead, Pennsyl- 
vania. W. A. A. ; Opera Workshop; P. S. E. A. 

WILKES, JOSEPH J. Elementary - Social Studies; Nanti- 
coke, Pennsylvania. 

WILLIAMS 111, BENJAMIN R. Elementary - Library Science; 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Men's Dorm Council; Library 
Assistant; Sigma Theta Epsilon; Student Recreation Committee. 

WILLIAMS, M. ELIZABETH Elementary - Special Educa- 
tion; Elmira, New York. P. S. E. A. 



ZALANOWSKI, PAUL J. Liberal Arts - History; Shamokin, 
Pennsylvania. 

ZEAFLA, SHIRLEY M. Elementary - Social Studies; Liberty, 
Pennsylvania. Kappa Phi; W. A. A. 

ZEHNER, JOHN A. Music; Reading, Pennsylvania. Orches- 
tra; Chorus; Phi Mu Alpha; Pit Orchestra. 

ZELLERS. WANDA SCHAEFFER Elementary. 

ZOSCHG, JR. , MATTHEW A. Elementary - Social Studies; 
Emporium, Pennsylvania. "M" Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon; 
Dorm Council; Men's Executive Dorm Council - Sec. -Treas. ; 
Football; Athletic Policy Committee; Anthropology Club; 
P.S.E. A. ; N.E. A. 



WILSON, CHARLOTTE A. 

WILSON, JOHN J. Social Science; Scranton, Pennsylvania. 
Sigma Tau Gamma; Radio Club - Secretary Treasurer; New- 
man Club; P. S. E. A. ; Marching Band. 

WISE, NANCY E. Home Economics; Bowmansville, Penn- 
sylvania. Kappa Omicron Phi; Alpha Sigma Tau; W.'A. A. ; 
Cheerleading - Captain 3. 

WISER, KENNETH A. Science - Biology; Falls Creek, Penn- 
sylvania. 

WITUCKI, KATHERINE E. Elementary - Special Education; 
Elmira Heights, New York, W. A. A. ; C. E. C. 

WOJCDC, CONSTANCE A. Mathematics; Covington, Penn- 
sylvania. Day Student's Organization; P. S. E. A. ; Newman 
Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Zeta - Recording Secretary; 
Delta Zeta - Corresponding Secretary. 

WOLF, BARBARA SUE Elementary - Social Studies; Mead- 
ville, Pennsylvania. W. A. A. ; A. C. E. ; P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; 
Flashlight ; Carontawan - Co-Editor; Gamma Theta Upsilon - 
Sec. -Treas. ; Who's Who. 

WOLFGANGER, JAMES O. Elementary - Special Education; 
Austin, Pennsylvania. P. S. E. A. ; N. E. A. ; C. E. C. - Treas. 
4; Sigma Tau Gamma. 

WOOD, NANCY JANE Elementary - Special Education; 
Faiiport, New York. Chi Psi Omega; C. E. C. ; W. A. A. ; 
P. S. E. A. 



ZVARICH, SUSAN E. Home Economics; Shiremanstown, 
Pennsylvania. Omicron Gamma Pi; W. A.A. ; Delta Zeta. 



WOOD, SUSAN E. Home Economics; Benton, Pennsylvania. 
Delta Zeta - Treas. 2,3; W. A. A. ; Women's Dorm Council; 



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Mansfield students will be recognized by name in the future 



284 




Index 



Since the beginning of printing and permanent communica- 
dons, names have made news wherever people have lived. The 
names of the students which appear in the following index have 
been a vital part of the college during the past year. Their 
names have been recorded as members of countless organizations, 
on fraternity and sorority rolls, on the official records of the 
registrar, and in many general publications. 

Before these students' social and professional careers are 
ended, the same names may appear in many of the leading pro- 
fessional publications, and may be well known for their conui- 
butions to society. 



285 



Index of Names 



Abbott, Dana £21 

Acresti, Michael 221 

Adams, Dawn 

Adolph, Patricia 77 

Adonizio, Robert 142,230 

Affleck, Darlene 230 

Aldrich, Darlene 230 

Alferno, John 123 

Algar, Mary 230 

Allen, Mary 77,13S 

Allen, Peggy 240 

Allen, Terry 

Allison, Carla 77 

AUison, Janet 240 

Altieri, Angela 

Altomonte, Carmen 230 

Ambs, Catherine 

Anderson, Eliie 77,211 

Anderson, John 193 

Anderson, Klas 124 

Anderson, Lana 60,113,201,221 

Anderson, Linda ISS 

Anderson, William 192 

Andes, Ned 

Andonizio, R. 170,171,172,173 

Andreas, Ruth 221 

Andrew, Cathy 246 

Andrew, Janet 

Andrews, Douglas 221 

Andrews, Eugene 

Anewalt, Eileen 221 

Angelo, Richard 

Anilonis, Patricia 

Anstadt, Kenneth 175,196,210,221 

Answini, Philip 77,142,144,200 

Anstrom, Marcia 210,221 

Antonucci, Robert 202,221 

ApoUonio, Mary 230 

Arbogast, Glenn 241 

Arculin, Richard 77,129 

Ard. Sandra 59,111,113,221 

Arey, Patricia 77,113 

Argenio, Joseph 221 

Argonish, John 77 

Argy, Janet 114,221 

Arms, Sandra 

Arseniu, George 

Arnold, Carl 

Aspinall, Linda 210,230 

Augustine, Marcia 202,245 

Aumiller, Carol 

Austin, David 

Austin, Eunice 77 

Austin, Wendy 



JLill llJ'l^ 





B 

Babb, Robert 71 

Babcock, Herbert 

Babcock, William 146 

Bachman, Connie 196 

Bachman, Paula 211,244 

Bagley, Elizabeth 230 

Bahr, Linda 244 

Bailey, David 

Bailey, Dawn 190,244 

Bailey, Gerald 

Bailey, Ruth 

Bailey, Stanley 

Bainbridge, Susan 211 

Bair, Linda 77 

Baker, Darlene 138,188,221 

Baker, Janice 71,188,189 

Baker, Judith 70,138,221 

Baker, Marlene 

Baker, Mary 

Baker, Raymond 135,188 

Baker, Richard 

Baldwin, Elaine 

Baldwin, John 

Ballak, John 77 

Ballard, Linda 130,198,212,221 

Ballard, Sharon 77,198 

Bambera, Karen 245 

Banik, Jan 244 

Banks, Donald 

Barbaro, Leona 243 

Barbour, Margaret 77 

Bardella, Patricia 

Barden, John 77 

Barker, Jan 

Barker, Patricia 78,117,126 

Berkley, Joanne 

Barley, Terry 230 

Barnhart, Gary 242 

Baron, Delores 

Barr, Mrs. Hollyce 22 

Barrel!, David 124,210,230 

Barsony, John 

Bartell, Rhoda 138,191,228 

Bartkowski, Walter 78,155,157,159 

Barton, Douglas 146,241 

Barton, James 67,187,190,243 

Barton, Sandra 211,221 

Bartron, Harry 64,65,128,136,202, 

205,230 
Basford, Janet 245 
Bashore, Connie 245 
Bass, Sheila 241 
Bastress, Karen 114,209,221 
Batterson, William 
Baylor, Carole 
Baynes, Dr. John 20 
Beam, Sherilee 241 
Bean, James 71,188,189,199,239 
Beaney, Mary 245 
Beatty, Donald 123,199,209,221 
Bechtold, Ruth 
Beck, Joyce 



Becker, Dianne 199,221 

Bedell, Dianne 245 

Beebe, Donna 

Beechey, Margaret 78 

Beeman, Suzzanne 230 

Beemer, Cathleen 

Beers, Bonnie 64,128,202 

Behar, Dr. Rudolph 35 

Behlke, Donald 206,221 

Behrman, Jacqueline 117,196,221 

Bell, Richard 221 

Beirne, Carol 

Beishline, Mary 240 

Beitel, Ruth 78 

Beljan, Joann 

Bellamy, Sandra 78 

Belles, Roland 

Bellomo, Joseph 123 

Bencetic, Dr. Stephen 28,202 

Bender, John 189,190,204,221 

Benfer, Beverly 117,130,230 

Benjamin, Ann 246 

Benjamin, Leroy 204,230 

Benjamin, Robert 241 

Benn, Susan 210,245 

Benner, Linda 211,213,221 

Bennett, Barbara 221 

Bennett, Donna 230 

Bennett, Linda 130,230 

Bennett, Mrs. Marion 24 

Bennett, Rhona 130,198,221 

Bennett, Virginia 245 

Berbary, Paul 

Berfield, Allen 

Berger, Sharon 245 

Berglund, Mrs. Nina 

Berguson, John R. 245 

Berguson, Paul 78,126,134,136,139 

Berguson, Kathleen 245 

Berkstresser, John 118 

Berresford, William 135,187,189, 
201,221 

Berryman, Diana 230 

Berryman, Linda 132,221 

Betz, Carol 78 

Bevan, James 170 

Beyant, Carol 239 

Beyer, Susan 230 

Bibza, Alice 78 

Biddle, Diane 130,132,207,221 

Biegun, Richard 124,230 

Bielski, Joseph 

Bigar, Susan 242 

Billheim, Judy 230 

Billings, Mrs. Ruth 32,113 

Billow, Kimber 170,135,188,189, 
230 

Binder, Gregory 70 

Bingaman, Diane 230 

Bingler, Judith 79,180 

Binley, Susan 127 

Bissey, Susanne 206,213 

Bittenbender, Joyce 207,221 

Bitters, Wallace 79 



286 



Bittler, Donald 

Bittner, Barbara 246 

Bixby, James 79 

Bixler, Susan 114 

Bjork, Marilyn 180 

Black, Leonard 

Black, Nancy 79,211 

Black, Paula 114,221 

Blackman, Rebecca 

Blackwell, Linda 244 

Blaii, Leslie 158 

Blais, Mr. Wilfred 

Blankenbehler, S. E. 198,230 

Bleiler, Mae 132,133,198,210,213, 

221 
Bleiler, Yvonne 199,208,239 
Bliss, Donald 
Bliss, Shirley 246 
Bliss, Thomas 230 
Bloomer, Karen 
Bobiak, Helen 
Bluhm, Dr. George 32 
Bluhm, Jean 
Blum, Phyllis 189,240 
Bobalko, Miss Irma 39 
Bocz, Dr. George 28 
Boden, Gail 138,188,189,211,221 
Bodenberg, Kay 245 
Bogart, Mr. William 37 
Bold, Kathleen 

Bollinger, Richard 79,111,124 
Bolnik, Bradford 
Bolton, Robert 119,221 
Bomberger, Ann 192 
Bomgardner, Barbara 244 
Bone, Dr. Margaretta 24 
Bones, Cathy 244 
Bontempo, Mary 79 
Bookholt, John 79 
Boone, Elwood 
Bordy, Elizabeth 241 
Borg, Stephen 
Boring, Jerry 146 
Borkey, Miss Florence 20,201 
Borne, James 167 
Borns, Ellen 246 
Borodkin, Mr. Irwin 20,201 
Borodkin, Mrs. Pauline 27 
Borove, Margaret 230 
Borst, Ronald 69.79,128 
Bottcher, Catherine 221 
Bottiger, Gary 124,160,162 
Bottiger, Larry 124,230 
Bottiglier, Anna 189,230 
Bouck, Calysta 
Bourdette, Anna 
Bourke, Daniel 
Bovier, James 

Bowen, Dennis 146,203,239 
Bowen, Dolores 
Bowen, Richard 79,142,200 
Bower, Gloria 79,117,207 
Bower, John 
Bower, Steven 193 



Bowersox, Roger 246 

Bowes, Kathleen 

Bowman, Candace 

Bowman, Joann 230 

Bowman, Linda 114,130,212,221 

Box, Kathryn 67,128,202 

Boyer, Carol 79 

Boyer, Connie 221 

Boyer, Daniel 79,124 

Boyer, Gary 

Boyer, Neil 175,245 

Boyer, Robert 79 

Boyle, Lauretta 207,221 

Brabant, Martha 

Brace, Elizabeth 198,211,221 

Brace, Jean 79 

Brace, Mrs. Mary 22,117 

Brace, Thomas 170 

Bracken, Bruce 79,118 

Bradish, Lenora 79 

Bradley, John 79 

Bradshaw, Barbara 

Bradshaw, Linda 

Bramble, Esther 79,113,126,132 

Bramucci, Wilma 

Brant, James 80,124 

Brass, Richard 221 

Bravo, Donald 244 

Bray, Linda 132,133,221 

Breen, Susan 114,221 

Brendlinger, Barbara 138,188,189, 

221 
Breniman, Dr. Emery 27 
Brennan, Dolores 59,60,80,114,128 
Brenner, L. 208 
Brensinger, Diane 80:130 
Breon, Robert 

Brewer, Elizabeth 207,210,230 
Bricker, Mark 80,129,142,200 
Bridges, Ardith 70,114,189,212,221 
Bridgins, Susan 205,230 
Bridgman, Mr. Robert 31 
Brierley, Douglas 
Briggs, Connie 230 
Brill, Ada 
Brill, Beverly 
Brill, Lewis 
Brinkley, Janice 80 
Brinihaup, Suzanne 230 
Brinton, Deborah 
Brisiel, David 155, 157 
Brister, Cheryl 117 
Bristol, Bonnie 230 
Brock, Linda 111,113,221 
Broderick, Ann 

Brodrick, Kathryn 60,117,221 
Brong, Susan 210,213,222 
Brooks, Barbara 
Brooks, Karen 222 
Broughton, Jean 
Brown, Bradley 146 
Brown, Cheryll 211 
Brown, Gary 80 
Brown, Ira 119,222 



Brown, Kathleen 222,244 

Brown, Margaret 208,239 

Brown, Nan 194,195,222 

Brown, Stephen 157 

Brown, Stephen 157 

Brown, Therese 70,201,213 

Brown, William 146,242 

Brownback, Robert 123,192,229,230 

Brundage, William 202 

Brunner, Thomas 

Brunner, Susan 138,230 

Bruno, Geraldine 212,222 

Brunswick, James 70,80 

Bruntel, Thomas 243 

Brushaber, Albert 123 

Brutzman, Michael 123 

Bryan, Dr. Fred 10,12,59,142,248 

Bryan, Jean 

Bryant, Carol 180 

Bryant, Dennis 70,80,150,201 

Bryant, Elizabeth 180,243 

Bubb, Patricia 202 

Bubnis, Andrew 146 

Buchert, Karl 202,240 

Buchko, Kathleen 

Buchko, Raymond 230 

Buckno, Terrence 80 

Buecker, Linda 210,222 

Buehler, Richard 146 

Bugaj, Stephen 136 

Bugniazet, David 230 

Bulb, Patricia 244 

Buhl, Margaret 

Bump, Diana 

Bump, Donald 230 

Burba, Alexander 80,203 

Burchfield, Jean 81,222 

Burchill, Theresa 193,202 

Burdick, Don 

Burdick, Kathleen 138,230 

Burfield, Jean 

Burger, Craig 

Burgess, Kay 

Burke, Dawn 132, 139 

Burke, James 81 

Burkhart, Paul 

Burkhardt, Pauline 222 

Burleigh, Helen 

Burman, Janice 81 

Buiman, Joyce 211,222 

Burnett, Carol 132,139,230 

Burnett, Robert 81,136,139 

Burns, Mr. Charles 39 

Burns, Ellen 202 

Burns, Joseph 246 

Burns, Meri 222 

Burns, William 142 

Burr, Robert 

Burris, Janet 

Burrows, Barbara 

Burtner, Scott 230 

Burtner, Tyrone 158 

Burtt, Jr. , Richard 

Busia, Mary 245 



287 



Buskirk, James 142 
Butcher, Susan 230 
Butler, David 
Button, Edwin 
Buyarsky, Yvonne 230 
Buzako, Joseph SI 
Byczkalo, Oxsana 206 
Bzura, Anastasia 81 




Caffo, Kathleen 132,137 

Cain, John 222 

Caldwell, Delia 245 

Caldwell, Susan 

Calkins, Patricia 81 

Call, Gary 188 

Callaghan, Anne 

Callis, Constance 81,113,216 

Camarata, John 142,207,230 

Campbell, Bettie 

Campbell, Calvin 

Campbell, James 142,230 

Cam.pbell, Marguerite 179,222 

Campbell, Norman 242 

Campbell, Susan 210,239 

Campbell, Vonne 212,222 

Campbell, William 

Cancellari, Michael 81,124,129 

Candee, Cheryl 81,114 

Canfield, Pauline 

Cann, Diane 113,247 

Caputo, Anthony 81 

Carbone, Joseph 230 

Cardoni, Joseph 

Carlin, Eileen 245 

Carlineo, John 

Carlsen, Christine 243 

Carlsen, Ingrid 81,132 

Carlson, Mr. James 17,199,204 

Carn, James 

Carney, Mary 113,222 

Carpenter, Kent 242 

Carr, Bonnie 246 

Carr, Marilyn 230 

Carroll, Mr. Otis 

Carson, James 245 

Carson, Linda 222 

Carson, Richard 165 

Carter, Denise 132,133.189,201,222 



Case, Bonnie 

Case, Eleanor 

Case, James 245 

Cassell, Thomas 165,167,242 

Casselbury, George 245 

Castano, David 193 

Casterline, Stewart 142,145 

Castner, Elsie 245 

Cecere, Dr. James 28 

Cerra, Michael 242 

Chalmers, Brenda 81,134 

Champlain, Candace 

Chance, Michael 

Chandler, Carmen 

Chang, Mr. Daniel 31 

Chang, Mrs. Grace 

Chankey, Mary 

Chapman, Carol 193,194,195,246 

Chapman, Lisa 138,189,230 

Chapman, Lynn 81,114,138 

Chappell, Linda 246 

Charalambous, Androula 230 

Charles, Joella 81 

Charlesworth, Pamela 

Chase, Barbara 

Chase, Michael 189,203 

Chereshowsky, Michael 81,127 

Cheropovich, Nick 

Chilcote, Mr. Sanford 

Chiplis, Gail 241 

Chirillo, Barbara 

Choi, Chul Hae 

Chrin, John 246 

Christ, Cynthia 

Christ, Anne 202,230 

Christie, Joyce 

Chrzanowski, Robert 193 

Chung, Mr. In-Cho 38 

Ciampi, Joseph 82 

Cianfarano, Steven 170,241 

Cicacci, Fred 146 

Cicciarelli, Sue 

Cillo, Stephen 124 

Cino, Justine 65,114 

Ciocco, Joanne 82,117 

Cisar, Richard 

Clark, Alan 142 

Clark, Carol 82 

Clark, James 222 

Clark, Joann 238,244 

Clark, John 

Clark, Milton 

Clark, Nancy 76,82, 113 

Clark, Mr. Owen 31 

Clark, Patricia J. 

Clark, Patricia R. 

Clark, Randy 

Clark, Sharon 

Cleveland, Diane 

Cleveland, Joseph 

Cleveland, Michael 

Clickner, Elizabeth 

Clifton, Linda 69,70 

Clippinger, Sandra 



Clymer, Stanley 241,246 

Close, Gordon 

Cobb, Ruth 

Cobb, William 

Cobello, Mary 130,230 

Cochran, David 

Cochran, Vincent 

Coger, Olive 

Coldren, John 196,210,222 

Cole, Judy 132,222 

Cole, Linda 

Colegrove, Carol 82 

Coleman, Miss Karen 37,137 

Colley, Carl 82,122,209 

Collier, Martin 82,119,157,200 

Collier, Ronald 155,157,158,200 

Collins, Elizabeth 82 

Collins, William 209,246 

Collum, John 170 

Collum, Joyce 

Colwell, Clydel 170 

Combs, Theodore 195,197,246 

Comerford, Kathleen 

Congdon, Elizabeth 211,222 

Congdon, Gary 118,222 

Congdon, Stephen 

Congdon, Susan 

Connaghan, James 

Conning, Michael 82,187 

Conners, Patricia 205,222 

Conrad, Paulette 82 

Cook, Michelle 148,206,222 

Cooley, Terry 82 

Copeland, Linda 230 

Corbett, Mary 

Corcoran, Alberta 

Corl, Linda 222 

Cornish, Phoebe 230 

Costello, Mr. Thomas 13,142,167 

Costley, Leonard 118 

Cott, Orval 158 

Cottom, Carolyn 

Couden, Shirley 

Coudriet, Celeste 

Covell, Lary 123 

Covell, Stefani 195 

Cover, John 111,118,119 

Cowan, Ten 

Cowles, Claudia 114,148,222 

Cowley, John 222 

Cozad, Mary 230 

Cragle, Donald 209 

Craig, Richard 

Cramer, Janet 

Crawford, Edward 113,158,170 

Crawford, Judy 76,82 

Creamer, Lana 113,230 

Creteau, Alice 239 

Crimmins, Diane 239 

Crippen, Alan 222 

Crittenden, Tom 

Cromley, Terry 230 

Cronk, David 

Cross, James 242 



288 



Croutharmel, Karen 
Growl, Ellen 114,222 
Crozier, Judy 
Crum, Agnes 82,129,132 
Crum, Sallie 
Crum, Gerald 82,129 
Crunk, William 111,124 
Cruttenden, Bary 244 
Csatlos, Phyllis 82,114 
Cullen, Ellen 
Cummings, Marvin 230 
Cunningham, Marie 82 
Curran, Thomas 
Curtis, Donald 
Curyk, James 222 
Cushard, Mr. Edgar 32,129 
Cutler, Brenda 206 
Cutler, Georgia 




D 

D alley, Susan 222 

Dale, James 132,135,222 

Damerst, Jeffrey 129,210,222 

Dantini, Julie 202,222 

Darby, Barbara 209,242 

Darlak, Barbara 240 

Dart, Bruce 83 

Dates, Diane 222 

Dattoria, Linda 

Daub, Ricci 230 

Daugherty, Gene 

Davidson, Gail 

Davies, Ruth 132,211,222 

Davis, Betty 

Davis, Beverly 83 

Davis, Mr. Bruce 39,136,204 

Davis, Donald 

Davis, Gloria 193,243 

Davis, Russell 244 

Davis, William 165,230 

Davy, Gary 165,222 

Davy, James 165,200 

Dawson, Susan 222 

Day, Heidi 240 

Deal, Ronald 83,206 

DeAngelis, Joseph 83,124 

Deardorff, Beth 210,222 

Deaver, Janice 198,222 

Decarli, Robert 123 

DeChristopher, V. H. 202,203 

Decker, Edward 



Decker, Mr. M. E. 30, 176 

Deery, Elaine 

DeGroft, Deanna 83,130 

Dehmer, Mary 230 

Deibler, Thomas 

Delozier, John 

Deluca, Anne 

DeMaio, Linda 83 

Demar, Deborah 67,241 

Dempsey, Richard 

Denkenberger, Charles 136,139,230 

Denius, Rhonda 

Denson, Marilyn 231 

Dent, Dale 193 

Dent, Dick 162 

Dent, Linda 231 

Depew, Judith 83 

Depew, Marian 83 

DePriest, Mr. Raleigh 27 

Derhammer, Robyn 83 

Derr, Michael 165.167,207,222 

Desimone, Sara 

Deutsch, Joseph 

Devine, Gerard 124,206,240 

Devito, Michael 

Dewey, Charles Jr. 

Dewitt, Mary 83,113,127 

Dexter, Ronald 

Dibble, Cathleen 231 

Dibble, Dennis 

Dick, Mr. David 20,135,185,188 

Diehl, Diane 

Diehl, Virginia 

Dierkes, Catherine 207,231 

Dietrich, Harry 124 

Difilippantonio, L. C. 80,142 

Dimmick, Mr. Bruce 29 

Dimmick, Joyce 

Dippolito, Caroline 

Diraddo, David 

Ditchkus, Joan 222 

Diveris, Michael 142,160,162,172, 

193 
Doan, Ronald 132,136,210,222 
Doane, Paul 24 
Dobrosielski, Elaine 24 
Dodge, Thomas 239 
Dodge, Theodore 239 
Dodge, Kurt 84 
Doebler, Leslie 84 
Doepke, Stanley 84, 124, 142 
Doepker, Diane 111,112,231 
Doll, Kathleen 148,222 
Dolph, George 231 
Dombkiewicz, James 146 
Donahue, Bonita 84,126,132 
Donahue, Patricia 132 
Donate, Mrs. Amedee 37,137 
Donley, Michaelann 114 
Donnachie, Thomas 175 
Doody, James 84 
Donohue, Nancy 
Dorney, Sheryl 241 
Dostich, James 222 



Douds, Donna 

Dougherty, Clarence 222 

Dougherty, Lynn 130,231 

Dougherty, Mary 84 

Douty, James 

Dow, Donald 84,136 

Downey, James 84 

Doyle, Dr. John 20 

Drake, Bradley 242 

Dreibelbis, Margaret 189,231 

Dreibelbis, Stephen 142,200,222 

Dreibelbis, Willard 84 

Drennan, Thomas 

Driscoll, Alice 

Driscoll, Dixie 211,231 

Driscoll, Karen 113,222 

Drummond, Charles 124,231 

Dry, Kay 84, 126 

Dry, Mr. Melvin 30,142,157,170 

Ducharme, Sandra 241 

Dudek, Dennis 123 

Duello, Florence 

Duffy, Francis 123,231 

Dugan, James 222 

Dulski, Robert 

Duniont, Pnscilla 

Duncan, Cynthia 27 

Duncan, Jean 130,132,213,222 

Duncheskie, Francis 155,157,158 

Dunham, Gregory 155,157,196,200 

Dunkle, Brenda 203,241 

Dunklee, Kay 

Dunkelberger, Lynne 84 

Dunlap, Sharon 114 

Dunn, Donna 195,231,180 

Durkin, Thomas 

Durrwachter, Melvin 85 

Dutcher, Ruth 85,130 

Dyck, Dr. Henry 34 

Dyck, Mrs. Kathryn 20,185 

Dynak, John 241 



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Eagleson, Karen 114,222 
Earle, Anita 
Ebeling, Lucille 
Ebner, Barbara 211,212 
Ebrigh:, Lois 208,242 
Eck, Patricia 114,222 
Ecker, Valerie 207,231 
Eckert, Eleanor 242 



289 



Eckman, Jean 134,139 

Edgcomb, Donna 

Edgar, Alec 

Edgreen, Gary 

Edsell, Gary 

Edwards, Beny 210,231 

Edwards, Patricia 240 

Edwards, Michael 

Eggenberger, Dona 210,240 

Egolf, Suzanne 246 

Eiche, Cheryl 

Ehrhan, \'ictoria 35,117 

Eicher, Thomas 175 

Eichorn, Harold 231 

Eisele, Elizabeth 231 

Eisenhard, Sandra 211,231 

Elbrecht, Shirley 246 

Eliscu, Richard 222 

Ellenberger, James 

Elliott, Patricia 

Ellsworth, Brenda 206,240 

Ellsworth, Thomas 142.231 

Elser, Michael 135,231 

Ely, Beth 246 

Ely, Jane 202,204,243 

Emmett, John 206,222 

Emrick, Christine 

Enderle, Robert 

Enderle, Terrill 

Engelman, John 

English, Miss Margaret 34,114 

Enoch, Nancy 243 

Ensinger, Christine 138,188,231 

Eppley, Kathy 85,193 

Erb. Ann 198 

Erdos, Sharon 222 

Erskine, Mary 117,231 

Ertwine, Donna 231 

Erway, Michael 

Eshelman, Mr. Thomas 25 

Espino, Dr. Josephina 37,207 

Evanitsky, Alex 166 

Evanitsky, Karen 231 

Evans, Beverly 222 

Evans, Christine 243 

Evans, Donald G. 35,207 

Evans, Donald J. 

Evans, Joanne 

Evans, Kenneth 196 

Evans, Mr. Leslie 25 

Evans, Susan 117,231 

Eyster, Stephen 




Fabian, Raymond 124 

Fabian, Robert 85 

Eager, Candace 85 

Fahnestock, Darlene 85,128,132,205 

Fall, Jenise 

Farner, Thomas 

Farnsler, Jennie 

Farr, Edward 65 

Farr, Thomas 222 

Farr, Victoria 202 

Farrell, Mr. Robert 32,129 

Farrinsjer, Charles 

Fassett, Alan 200,222 

Febbo, Louis 123,231 

Fedak, Mary 231 

Fedor, Vincent 

Fedorchak, Bohdan 

Feher, Arlene 117 

Fellows, Susan 85,117,130 

Felpel, Lois 231 

Felten, Susan 231 

Fenstermaker, Eileen 180,231 

Ference, Kathleen 85,130 

Ferguson, Diane 179,180,243 

Ferguson, Kay 85 

Ferguson, Robert 85 

Ferguson, Thomas 

Ferrell, Lucille 85,132 

Ferris, Judith 132,138,189,222 

Fetter, Barbara 139,180,231 

Fetter, Cheryl 

Fetter, Janet 189,222 

Fetter, Judith 201,222 

Fetterman, Lamar 88,124 

Feyrer, Michael 

Fiato, Albert 146 

Fida, Eleanor 213,231 

Figart, Linda 188,189,201,202 

Fileniyr, Carol 85,113,126,130 

Finck, Robert 118 

Finer, Robert 239 

Finley, Mr. Richard 25 

Finneran, Therese 

Finnerty, Barbara 137,231 

Fiorucci, Patricia 

Fischler, Thrya 

Fish, Jerona 242 

Fish, Ronald 223 

Fisher, Charles 86,118,119 

Fisher, Denise 

Fisher, F. C. 167 

Fisher, Gene 124,239 

Fisher, Linda 

Fisher, Patricia 

Fitz, Karen 206,239 

Fix, Kathy 117,130,132,212 

Flamish, Frank 

Flanagan, Edward 

Fleeger, Cherei 242 

Fleming, Sharyn 211,223 

Flick, David 

Fluegel, Dianne 86,213 

Fluke, Thomas 231 



Fly, Leslie 231 
Flynn, Bonnie 231 
Fogarty, Michael 86,123 
Folk, Linda 86 
Fontanella, Lael 86,132,137 
Ford, Daniel 86,203 
Ford, Pamela 188,189,223 
Ford, Sandra 240 
Foreman, Mr. Jay 32,211 
Forlenza, Vito 86 
Forrest, Helen 64,65,128 
Forster, Cathy 189,231 
Forsyte, Mr. John 34,197 
Foss, Nancie 195, 114,223 
Foster, Carol 231,138 
Foster, Deborah 134,189,231 
Foust, Cheryl 
Foust, Ronald 
Fowler, Joel 
Frable, Sharon 114, 179 
Franceski, Kathleen 
Francis, Mr. Bertram 20 
Francis, Michael 86 
Francis, Wayne 
Frank, Barbara 114,223 
Franklin, Barbara 223 
Franklin, Dale 240 
Franklin, Terry 146 
Franzen, Ragnar 
Frederick, Doris 
Frederick, John 
Frederick, Dorothy 210,223 
Frederick, Rita 86 
Frey, Randall 
Frontino, Murial 107 
Frontino, Richard 
Fry, Susan 117,223 
Fuller, Bette 136,231 
Fuller, Ralph 

Fullwood, Michael 136,192 
Fulmer, Barbara 189,201 
Fulton, Anne 
Fureman, Beverly 223 
Fuss, Patricia 231 



Gabrielson, Miriam 

Galbraith, Frank 

Gabryluk, Maryann 85 

Galli, Samuel 

Galloway, Edwina 

Gallup, Thomas 135,189,223 

Gannon, Mary 231 

Gantz, Beth 179,213,231 

Gardner, Dean 135 

Gardner, Frederick 135,201 

Garik, Arthur 157 

Garman, Diane 

Garman, Jayne 197 

Garloff, Samuel 132,135,136,204 

Garrison, Keith 165,167 

Garrison, Joyce 86 

Garison, Barry 210,240 

Garvin, Carol 210,211,223 



290 



Gaskins, Frederick 

Gasper, William 86 

Gasker, Alice 207,231 

Gates, Judith 231 

Gates, Michael 223 

Gates, Paul 124,146,241 

Gaugler, Kenneth 

Gaydos, Miss Mary Ann 22 

Gaylord, Thomas 

Gearhart, Donna 117 

Gee, Roger 

Geer, Harvey 

Geiger, Linda 

Geisinger, Linda 86,117 

Geiss, Mr. Donald 25 

Geiss, Maxine 

Gelnett, Micky 231 

Genova, Angela 86,196 

Gens, Sandra 

George, Margaret 113,223 

George, Ronald 86 

Georgetti, Tito 

Gepert, Robert 

Gerardi, Josephine 226 

Gerber, Sandra 138,189,212,223 

Gergely, Linda 

Gergely, Stephen 87 

Gerhart, Thomas 

Gerhardt, Susan 231 

Gerhart, Elisa 246 

Geritz, Elizabeth 199,208,223 

German, Joan 87,113 

Gesey, Judith 59,60,87,113 

Gessner, Patricia 113,231 

Getty, Mary Jo 223 

Getz, Virginia 240 

Giangiulio, Luisiana 87,126,130 

Giangiulio, Margaret 114,229 

Gibble, Wilma 

Giberson, Donna 223 

Giddings, Thomas 87,142,143,200 

Giles, Susan 131,132,223 

Gillette, Mary 176,177 

Gilliland, Margie 

Gilliland, Thomas 

Gillis, Edward 146 

Gillis, John 232 

Gilpin, Elizabeth 107,131 

Gingrich, Francis 187 

Gipe, Cathy 179 

Girton, Susan 87 

Glassmoyer, Karen 87 

Gleason, Chapman 232 

Gleason, Deborah 

Gleinn, David 223 

Glenn, Bonita 210,232 

Gleochner, Evelyn 

Gloor, Carol 

Gober, Stephen 123 

Goble, Gladys 

Gockley, Doris 203 

Godlewski, Susan 241 

Goebel, Claire 232 

Godwin, Mary 



Goff, Patricia 192,232 

Goeckel, William 

Gold, Linda 246 

Gooch, Kristine 223 

Good, Mr. John 17 

Good, Jonathan 135 

Good, Vance 124 

Goodall, Teri 

Goode, Dr. William 20 

Goodman, Larry 

Gootman, Heidi 242 

Gordon, Charles 123 

Gore, Linda 113,223 

Gosciminski, Conrad 87,129 

Graber, Susan 204,206,232 

Graham, Anne 

Graham, Linda 117,119,212,213, 

223,232 
Grames, Karen 113,223 
Gramet, Alan 71,88,189 
Grausgruber, Joan 223 
Grausgruber, Pauline 232 
Graver, Pamela 210,232 
Gravenor, Kathy 246 
Graybill, Linda 232 
Green, Darrell 88 
Green, Sue 244 
Green, Thomas 
Greer, Clytie 
Grega, Sally 
Gregg, Richard 174,200 
Grego, Nicholas 160,232 
Gregor, Donna 

Gregorio, Eugene 65,68,118,223 
Gresh, Helen 138,232 
Grieco, Brien 
Griffin, Michael 88 
Griffin, Sandra 

Griffin, Timothy 155,157,159 
Griffing, Joel 176,202,214 
Griffiths, Linda 246 
Grimes, Dr. Walter 33 
Grimm, Aaron 67,187,232 
Grimm, David 88 
Grinnell, Mary 88 
Griswold, Myrna 
Grosser, Mary 207,246 
Grubb, Sharon 117,223 
Gruber, Christine 113,232 
Gruber, Judith 223 
Gudz, Patricia 
Guinther, Gary 223 
Gusgekofski, William 123,232 
Guthrie, Russell 88 
Gutshall, Barbara 
Guzzle, Michael 
Gwilliam, Laura 232 

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Haas, Cheryl 232 
Haddad, Rachel 180,245 
Hadden, Bette 246 
Hadley, Lucille 
Hafer, Mr. Paul 33 



Hafer, Sherry 

Hagadorn, David 167 

Hagenbuch, Lee 

Hahn, Lawrence 202,210,232 

Haight, Joyce 

Haire, Richard 240 

Halchin, Dr. Lilla 23 

Halchin, Dr. Matthew 36 

Hall, Delores 

Hall, Elizabeth 213,223 

Hall, Helen 

Hall, Scott 

Hall, Jamella 209,232 

Hall, Janice 197 

Hall, Margaret 232 

Hall, Raymond 

Hallas, Nancy 213,223 

Hailing, James 88,196 

Haloskie, Julia 

Halsey, Sandra 88, 113 

Halton, Maryellen 198,232 

Haman, Robert 233 

Hamernick, Dennis 124 

Hamilton, Elaine 239 

Hamilton, Karen 188 

Hamlin, Janet 139 

Hammond, Dennis 88,142,200 

Hampton, Dale 

Hanauer, Stephen 170,238,29 

Hance, Joy 

Haney, Karen 223 

Haney, Susan 199,244 

Hanko, Joseph 118,171,173,223 

Hanley, Kevin 170,174,215,232 

Haniahan, Judy 202,223 

Hanratty, Gregory 204,232 

Hans,- Jane 88 

Hansen, Kay 

Hanson, Mary 206,239 

Hardenstine, Bonita 

Hardes, Charles 
Harding, Alice 223 

Harding, Mari 

Hardy, John 

Hardy, Lois 

Harer, Norma 223 

Harlacher, Terry 223 

Harlan, Betty 

Harlan, John 124 

Harowicz, Marguerite 117 

Harris, Deborah 239 

Harris, Jennifer 

Harris, Robert 124 

Harris, Sylvia 88,132,198 

Harry, Deborah 

Hartland, Thomas 88 

Hartman, Dr. John 39 

Hartman, Philip 88 

Hartzell, Susan 246 

Harvey, Donald 64,71,89,128,132, 
189 

Harvey, Kathleen 89 

Harzinski, Terrance 223 

Hassinger, Janette 



291 



Haus, Clifford 

Havens, Hugh 

Havlicsek, Andrea 

Hayden, Helen 

Hay den, Roger S9 

Hayes, Kathleen S9,205 

Haynali, Richard 124 

Haynes, Diana 211,232 

Hazzard, Barbara 201,232 

Hazzard, Susan 199,202,232 

Head, Clarence 124,176 

Head, Susan 1S9 

Healy, Kevin 

Healy, Stephen 

Heaps, Dr. John 24,165,166 

Heaton, Mr. Howard 37,134 

Heberling, David 196 

Heckert, Beverly S9, 131, 198 

Heckrote, Nancy 114 

Heffendrager, S. J. 232 

Heffentryer, Charles 

Heffentreyer, M. A. 39,117,175 

Heffner, John 

Heffner, Patricia 

Heidorn, Donald 

Heikes, Suzanne 

Heil, Sandra 

Hehi, Beverly 

Hem, Carmen 

Heimbach, James 

Heisey, Frances S9,114 

Heisler, Joseph 89 

Helsel, Karen 39,117 

Heltibridle, Dr. Mary 24 

Helwig, Kerry 239 

Hemman, Robert 

Hemming, Linda 90,117 

Henderson, Connie 

Henderson, Thomas 

Hendrickson, Gerald 124,241 

Henning, Susan 203,207,232 

Henry, D.r. Helen 20 

Henry, Sandra 90 

Henry, Wilmont 

Hensel, Douglas 193,223 

Hensel, Linda 107,139 

Herbst, Doris 223 

Herrick, Janet 201,240 

Herrington, James 90 

Hershey, Michele 232 

Hess, Donna 90 

Hess, George 

Hess, Ruth 193,232 

Heverly, Mr. Robert 31,175,192 

Heysham, Diane 90 

Hickey, Edv/ard 123,142 

Hickok, Donna 90 

Higgins, Frank 245 

Hickok, William 

Hill, Barbara 131,193,210 

Hill, Charles 123 

Hill, Claire 

Hill, Ernest 211 

Hill, Mr. Peter 33 



Hill, Terry 165,232 

Hill, Wilfred 

Hill, Dr. W. Kent 21 

Hillenbrand, Lois 

Himes, Janell 223 

Hinies, John 139, 175 

Hindnian, Mr. Ira 34 

Hindnian, Mrs. Kathleen 35 

Hme, Carol 67,203,246 

Hine, Dorothy 196,232 

Hipp, Raymond 142 

Hixon, Linda 138,180,209 

Hixson, Margaret 

Hoal, Leonard 

Hoch, Suzzane 202 

Hockstetler, Jean 90,117 

Hodges, David 243 

Hodgkins, Sharon 90 

Hoeper, William 202 

Hoffman, Carol 144 

Hoffman, Drusilla 90,208 

Hoffman, Frank 

Hoffman, Linda 211 

Hoffman, Louise 209 

Hoffman, Mauren 232 

Hoffner, John 240 

Holbert, Sharon 223 

Holmes, Dr. Charles 211 

Hogancamp, James 

Holden, John 241 

Holihan, Richard 204,215 

Hollenbach, Beverly 90 

Holmes, Callie 197,210,232 

Holmes, Dr. Charles 15 

Holmes, George 

Homoney, Dellabell 

Honeywell, Dr. Lawrence 38 

Hooper, Lynda 206,247 

Hoose, James 132,136,137,223 

Hoover, Albert 132,136,139,223 

Hoover, Connie 90 

Hoover, Kathryn 113,206,211,223 

Hoover, Russell 

Hopewell, Marian 

Hopf, Marlene 223 

Hopkins, Patricia 211,223 

Hopper, Darrell 243 

Horen, Ronald 90, 123 

Hornung, Linda 247 

Horrocks, Elaine 224 

Hon, Sharon 18'.), 202, 240 

Horton, Carole 

Horton, Donna 'JO 

Horton, Richard yo, 192 

Horton, Terry 90 

Horvath, Patricia 232 

Houck, Janet 90, 113 

House, Bonnie 

House, Marion 

Housley, Barbara 232 

Housley, Howard 187, 190 

Howard, Marjorie 224 

Howard, Richard 90,214 

Howe, Jarnes 240 



Howe, Toletha 91 

Howland, Joyce 

Howland, Mrs. Norma 22 

Hrebenar, Jessica 

Hrobuchak, Delores 

Hubba, Thomas 118,224 

Hsueh, Mr. Wilson 21,188,189 

Huda, Michael 

Hufnagle, Mary 114,148 

Hughes, Raymond 

Hughes, Sylvia 

Hull, Charles 123, 193 

Hulslander, Allen 132,136,224 

Hulslander, Anna 

Humphrey, Marcia 91,132,137 

Hunsicker, Dr. Clarence 17,24,207 

Hunsinger, Nancy 133 

Hunt, Holbrook 124,175,192,195, 

224 
Hunt, Marsha 239 
Hurley, Mr. William 16,192,214 
Husted, Dr. Benjamin 21,184 
Hutchings, Virginia 91,127,132 
Huth, Randall 91,124 
H utter, Joseph 142,170,200,232 
H utter, Marcia 180,198,210,232 
Huyett, Marjorie 232 
Huyler, Dennis 
Huziak, Linda 
Hyde, Russell 91, 195 
Hyzenski, Carol 232 




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landimarino, Antonio 91,113,137 

Ifkovits, John 123 

Igoe, Monica 179,202,244 

lovino, Mr. David 37,207 

Irons, Dennis 

Irons, Gilbert 'Jl 

Irons, Kimberly 244 

Irons, Ruth 59,111,114,179,224 

Irrgang, Barry 

Ishler, Nanene 

Irwin, Roberta 

Ivenz, Celia 114,232 

J 

Jack, James 
Jack, Marie 
Jacobson, Charles 91,124,187,189, 

190 
Jacoby, Dr. Gordon 35,65 



292 



Jacoby, Mrs. Elaine 35 

Jaczynski, Ruthann 180,232 

Jakubowski, Ronald 

James, Cheryl 188,189,201,224 

James, Warren 

Jannuzzi, Thomas 

Jacquish, Linda 224 

Jasionis, Linda 92,117,127,131,132 

Jay, Susan 224 

Jeffers, Dr. Verne 24 

Jeffrey, Jobyna 92,138,211 

Jenkins, Allen 

Jenkins, Lana 

Jennings, Cecily 92,117 

Jensen, Joyce 

Jesuit, Stanley, Jr. 232 

John, Mary 240 

Johnson, Charles 188,239 

Johnson, Kay 

Johnson, Mary Ann 224 

Johnson, Raymond 232 

Johnston, Ann 212,213,232 

Johnston, Jane 

Johnston, Sandra 111,117,196,224 

Jones, Edmund 124 

Jones, Mrs. Esther 195,211,224 

Jones, Mr. Eugene 21 

Jones, Fay 

Jones, Mrs. Margaret 29,113,217 

Jones, Margaret 224 

Jones, Mary 

Jones, Meredith 242 

Jones, Nancy 210,241 

Jones, Ronald 92 

Jones, Susan 242 

Jones, William 

Jones, William 

Joseph, Linda 

Judge, Raymond 124,192,220 




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Kacmar, Madelyn 113,224 
Kahler, Harold 136,215 
Kaley, Sandra 92,117,134 
Kalinoski, Walter 
Kalnash, Michael 
Kalnins, Sarmite 92,127 
Kaminski, Camille 241 
Kaminski, Christine 92,209 
Kanaskie, Ronald 232 
Kanon, John 232 



Kandelin, Margaret 139,224 

Kapral, Karen 

Kapusta, Joanne 

Karabaich, Andrea 

Karaffa, Lynn 64,202,204,241 

Karhan, Margo 206,240 

Karhnak, Cyril 92 

Karosas, Charles 

Karpinski, Edward 157 

Kasparek, Wanda l'J'J,224 

Kassa, Joseph 

Katarba, Joel 232 

Kauffman, Carol 111,113 

Keating, Harold 92 

Keck, Norman 

Keck, Susan 92,113 

Keebler, Sandra 

Keefer, Cynthia 224 

Keenan, James 118,239 

Keene, Mr. James 21 

Keeney, Elizabeth 93 

Kegel, Connie 

Kehler, John 158,239 

Kehler, David 142,196,204,232 

Keiber, Robert 158,245 

Keiers, Ann 232 

Keir, Gayle 242 

Kelchner, Catherine 211,242 

Kelchner, Mr. Rodney 16,142,192, 

200 
Keleher, Richard 
Kelemonick, Marcia 232 
Kell, Joan 138,189,224 
Keller, Allen G. 
Keller, Allen P. 
Keller, Barry 199,245 
Keller, Miss Katherine 22,130 
Keller, David 65 
Keller, Mary 

Kellerman, Miss Jeanne 24 
Kelley, Sara 93 
Kelley, Eleanor 117,232 
Kelly, Ann 

Kem merer, Dennis 118,224 
Kemp, Thomas 

Kemper, Mrs. Marjorie 21,138,201 
Kemper, Mr. Richard 21 
Kench, Jayne 
Kench, Thomas 
Kenna, Richard 207,210,224 
Kennedy, James 124,224 
Kennedy, Llewellyn 
Kennedy, Lorene 93 
Kenyon, James 118,224 
Kepple, Barbara 211,224 
Kerlish, Christine 
Kerr, Kathleen 114 
Kerr, Patricia 
Kerr, Suzanne 246 
Kerstetter, Linda 
Kerstetter, Karen 
Keschl, Dennis 136,139 
Kessler, Joseph 136,224 
Kettell, Richard 



Keyvinski, Rebecca 117,243 

Kibbe, Leonard 170,174,200 

Kielbasa, Rosalind 202,207,232 

Kifer, Bonnie 224 

Kift, Philip 124 

Kilargis, Rena 180,243 

Kilhefner, Martha 245 

Killino, Thomas 123 

Kimmel, Linda 240 

Kinal, Gregory 232 

King, Karen 93 

King, Suzanne 

Kingsley, Mary 

Kirk, Sandra 117,213,232 

Kirkpatrick, Nancy 114,232 

Kirsch, Christine 131,132,211,212, 

224 
Kissinger, Sandra 131,132,224 
Kistler, Sandra 65 
Kjelgaard, Mr. Alfred 2,31,195 
Klapatch, Andrea 196,202,224 
Klayko, George 142 
Klees, Donald 123 
Klein, Karen 93 
Klem, Edward 142 
Kleppinger, Linda 2,114,138,194, 

195,201,224 
Kleynowski, Anthony 111,123 
Klim, June 210,211,224 
Kline, Donald 
Kline, Jean 207,232 
Kline, Lorraine 93,131 
Klinger, James 146 
Klink, Carol 93,132,196 
Klitgord, Susan 93 
Klock, Joan 232 
Klopp, Mr. Victor 27 
Knaus, Bonnie 216,232 
Knaus, Donald 

Kneiss, Peter 93,126,132,136,197 
Knepp, Judy 113,220,224 
Knight, Janice 117,207,212,213,224 
Knoll, Thaddeus 64,66,93,128,202 
Knorp, Bruce 232 
Knott, Kenneth 123,232 
Knowles, Nancy 232 
Kochan, Gloria 242 
Kochenash, Charles 204 
Kocher, Barbara 233 
Kocher, Carol 212,224 
Kocher, Juliet 93 
Kohl, Brenda 240 
Kohler, Karen 240 
Kohut, David 93 
Kohut, Donna 93 
Kolb, John 
Kolb, Lorraine 
Kolchak, Joanne ,202,233 
Kole, Vivian 240 

Kollar, Mr. Francis 16,111,192,214 
Kollar, Matthew 93,132,135,136 
Kolm, Charrell 233 
Koloski, Mr. Bernard 35 
Koloski, Gloria 



293 



Konkle, Susan 113,196,212,224 

Koob, Linda 211,224 

Kooker, Jane 117,224 

Kopa, Mary 224 

Kopcinski, Jeanene 224 

Kopitsky, Joseph 93 

Koppenheffer, Debra 

Korbobo, Karen 239 

Kosaki, Barbara 

Koskey, David 142,210 

Kosowski, David 

Kostenbader, Bonnie 

Kovalich, Dale 

Kovich, i\Ir. John 27,196 

Kovich, Mrs. Ruth 22 

Kowacz, Lynn 93 

Kowal, Mr. Jan 27 

Kowalsky, Paulette 

Koytek, Janeen 

Koza, Richard 94 

Kozlowski, Francis 

Kozol, Terrance 165,167 

Kraft, Robert 

Kramm, Barbara 94,179,180,195 

Krause, William 224 

Kraynok, Sheila 133,233 

Kreitz, Jane 

Kresge, Clare 

Kresge, Janet 

Kreutzfeldt, Suzanne 

Krichbaum, Karen 202,239 

Krieckhaus, Mr. Robert 35 

Kring, Kay 211 

Krisa, John 

Krouse, Susan 

Krout, Howard 116,233 

Kruger, Lois 94,113 

Krumm, Christine 

Kubasko, Kenneth 209,224 

Kuebler, Marilyn 94 

Kuhns, Patricia 

Kulago, Leonard 

Kulasa, Joseph 64,66,94,118,128 

Kulick, Andrew 

Kulick, Miss Johanna 22 

Kulikosky, Kathryn 224 

Kunkle, Janet 

Kunkle, Jr. , Russell 190 

Kupchinsky, David 

Kuruna, Mr. Daniel 28 

Kuruna, Darya 

Rush, Alan 233 

Kuster, Miss Catherine 24,207 

Kutt a, Christine 114,179 

Kutz, Susan 240 




Labaty, Francis 66,69,202,233 

Laczkowski, Andrew 206 

Laface, Ann 202,209,233 

Lahey, Stephen 

Laktasic, Stanley 118,119,187,190 

Lalley, Christine 212,224 

Lambert, Janet 94, 133 

Lambrinos, Paulette 

Laniper, Stephen 233 

Lampman, Mark 247 

Landino, Cheryl 247 

Lane, James 94 

Lanuti, Annette 

Lanzel, Harris 94, 126 

Lappa, Nicoletta 240 

Larose, Lynnette 211,224 

Larson, George 170 

Lasco, George 124,239 

Laskowski, John 224 

Laubach, Helen 240 

Lauffer, Susan 

Lavacher, Fred 

Lavacher, John 

Law, Sarah 

Lawrence, Elizabeth 

Lawrenson, Carl 

Lawton, Edgar 29 

Lazorjack, Susan 233 

Leach, Elmer 

Leach, Mary 113 

Leahy, Margaret 242 

Leahy, Mary 224 

Leathers, Janice 243 

Lebedin, Steven 210,233 

Lebo, Kenneth 

Lecates, Ruth 

Lech, Eileen 131,211,224 

Lee, Linda 131,198,233 

Lee, Scott 206,224 

Leet, Mary 233 

Leet, Sally 216,233 

Leffler, Mary 94,113 

Legg, Janice 242 

Lehman, Kenneth 136,198,207,210, 

233 
Lehman, Ona 233 

Lenker, Sandra 211,233 

Lent, Elma 117,233 

Lent, Jean 59,117,137,220,224 

Lentz, Sandra 199,210,211,233 

Leonard, Anna 

Leone, Paul 

Lerch, Kathleen 117 

Lerch, Joyce 202,224 

Lerch, Arthur 

Lescho, Katharine 

Lessun, Marsha 94,126,133 

Letteer, Catherine 

Levanduski, Gregory 

Levanios, Ruth 233 

Levien, Barbara 

Levi, Carl 66,128.202 

Lewis, Mrs. Christine 21 



Lewis, Dora 

Lewis, Margaret 240 

Light, Miss Nancy 35 

Liguori, Mary 138,189,191,224 

Linck, Barbara 

Lindelow, Elizabeth 202 

Lindelow, Katherine 

Lindenberger, Deborah 243 

Linder, Larry 136,139,224 

Linder, Philip 245 

Lindquisi, Kenneth 207,233 

Lindsey, Shirley 

Lintal, Richard 233 

Lintner, Richard 214,215 

Lisowski, Susan 94 

Lisowski, Thomas 233 

Lithgow, Nina 241 

Little, Ruth 

Little, Virginia 189,201 

Lloyd, Irene 

Lloyd, Mr. Manford 25 

Lloyd, Mrs. Manford 

Lobus, Robert 124 

Locascio, Cheryl 233 

Locey, Philip 216 

Lockhart, Ruth 206 

Lokuta, Constance 241 

Lombino, Mary 

Long, Betty 239 

Long, Jessie 59, 94 

Long, Kent 210,224 

Long, Raymond 94 

Long, Wyona 241 

Loomis, Ginger 94, 197 

Loomis, Mr. Judson 26 

Lopes, Louise 224 

Lord, Marie 180,241 

Lorigan, John 94 

Losey, Alan 232 

Louden, Marian 

Loushay, Nancy 188,224 

Love, Leon 

Love, Patricia 

Lovecchio, Joseph 

Lowe, Gary 204,233 

Lowry, Patricia 247 

Lucas, Joan 113,210,229,233 

Lucas, Linda 241 

Lucchesi, Dorothy 224 

Luce, Mr. Philip 39 

Lucisano, Rocco 

Luckman, Joseph 118,157 

Lugg, Robert 

Luise, James 123,233 

Lukasz, Miss Elena 33,192 

Luke, 'James 

Lunn, Mr. Leon 14 

Lupini, James 

Lupkowski, Mrs. Elizabeth 22 

Lutes, Mrs. Helen 30,192,198 

Lutsky, Joseph 198,202,209,224 

Lutz, Kathleen 95 

Luzier, Claudia 211,224 

Lyba, Edward 95 



294 



Lynn, Susan 189,224 
Lyon, Jr. , Coinelius^j 
Lyons, Stephen 95,201 
Lyter, Sally 224 




M 

Mabon, Cynthia 113,244 
Mabus, Jeanne 211,213 
Macali, David 
MacCain, Mr. Donald 33 
MacDonald, Anne 138,189,201,202, 

224 
MacDonald, Jay 
MacDowell, Sandra 
MacGregor, Vaughn 187,189,224 
Machell, Alberta 212,225 
Machezney, Elizabeth 247 
Maciel, Michael 95 
Mack, Judith 244 
Macus, John 124,129,214,215,225 
Madden, William 240 
Magee, Jr., Clayton 65,66 
Magee, Linda 114,212,225 
Maglione, Ciro 95 
Mahana, George 124,207 
Mahoney, Miss Nora 25 
Mahoney, Vincent 247 
Maines, Bonnie 
Maiolalesi, Roland 215 
Maiolo, Jerald 
Major, Susan 214 
Maka, Mary 95, 117 
Malinowski, Linda 242 
Manchester, Joy 
Manchester, Marie 95,126,133,139, 

211 
Mancini, Louis 
Mancuso, Thomas 233 
Maneval, Margaret 233 
Manfredi, Livia 179 
Mangan, Susan 233 
Manikowski, Barbara 95 
Manikowski, Mary 117,150,225 
Manley, Susan 233 
Mann, Carol 

Mann, Leslie 114,131,212,225 
Mann, Thomas 95,171 



Manning, Connie 245 

Manning, Suzanne 138 

Mante, Elva 233 

Marcincavage, Gerald 124,192,215, 

225 
Margeson, Thomas 
Marika, Lorraine 113,225 
Marino, Michael 225 
Markham, Garland 71,95,118,119, 

189 
Marko, Carol 
Marks, Frank 
Marmor, John 239 
Marguart, Robert 245 
Marrell, Kathy 243 
Marsh, Mrs. Ruth 24 
Marsh, Virginia 131,180,233 
Marshall, Myrna 
Marstellar, Bonita 96,114 
Martin, Elizabeth 
Martin, George 245 
Martin, Mrs. Helen 22 
Martin, Keith 
Martin, Jr. , Ronald 
Martin, Theodore 

Martinec, George 135,191,201,233 
Martini, Robert 

Maruca, Theodore 96,142,143,200 
Marvin, Charles 167,200 
Mase, Linda 117 
Mase, Ruth 
Mason, Betty 96 
Mason, Joan 
Mason, Karen 
Mason, Mr. Richard 39 
Masser, Dawn 
Masucci, Linda 
Mateyak, John 239 
Matichak, John 
Matis, Michael 210,233 
Matson, Judy 225 
Matthows, Dr. Hind 36 
Matthews, Joy 114,225 
Matthews, Marian 245 
Matthews, Norman 204,233 
Matthews, Sandra 196,225 
Maurer, Barbara 
Mawhir, Jr., William 124,143 
Maxson, Mr. Robert 30,157,158,170 
Mayer, Joanne 71,132,135,189,225 
Mayo, Paul 
Mazza, Pamela 
Mazzanti, Lynne 241 
Mazzatesta, Richard 146,241 
Maszga, Betty 
McAdams, James 
McAndrew, John 
McCabe, Rosemary 
McCalips, Jr. , Merle 
McCalips, M. L. 96 
McCandless, John 118,233 
McCarl, Joan 193,243 
McCarthy, Kenneth 96,192,216 
McCarthy, Patricia 



McChesney, Elizabeth 113 
McClenahan, Michael 
McClennen, Nancy 
McCloskey, Bethan 233 
McCloskey, J. M. 243 
McConnell, Sheila 117,216,233 
McConnon, Judy 233 
McCormick, Mary 
McCracken, Lynda 96, 133 
McCulley, Steven 146 
McDonald, Mary 233 
McDonald, Neil 216 
McDonough, Rosemary 
McDowell, Patricia 244 
McEwen, Ardeth 225 
McGaffic, Edith 207,210,211,233 
McGarvey, William 
McGinnis, Sheila 233 
McGraw, Patricia 
McHale, Robert 245 
Mcintosh, Gayle 245 
McKalips, Marshall 241 
McKay, William 123 
McKeirnan, Leonard 146,246 
McKendrick, George 
McKinnis, Marlene 245 
McLain, Lucille 
McLaud, Jr. , Robert 
McLaughlin, Gerald 
McMaster, Patricia 225 
McMillen, J. Paul 124 
McMullen, Mrs. Janet 22 
McNally, Hope 
McNally, Wayne 
McNamara, Mary 117,133,225 
McNeal, Cheryl 245 
McNeils, Rita 245 
McNett, Eloise 
McQuiston, Janet 139 
Meabon, Betsy 177,225 
Meals, Robert 225 
Mealy, Jay 142,214,215 
Meckley, II, James 239 
Mehl, Dr. Joseph 33 
Mehl, Nancy 194,195,225 
Meinhart, Donald 
Meitzler, Edward 
Mekos, George 
Melanowski, L. 202 
Mellinger, Judith 114 
Menge, Dr. Mildred 2,25,195 
Menichetti, Lebro 165,167,240 
Mensch, Elaine 212 
Mente, Marianne 202,245 
Mentzer, Mary 117,225 
Merrill, Robert 136 
Merritt, Dawn 
Mertis, Viri'lnia 225 
Mesaros, John 96,111,124 
Meshinski, Joann 233 
Messersmith, Mrs. Lois 17,197 
Metarko, Peter 
Metrovich, James 233 
Metzler, Mary 113,225 



295 



Meyer, \s'alter 241 

Miamidian, Raymond 123 

Miceli, Janice 245 

Michalovic, Henry 146,241 

Mikisits, Suzanne 139,201,225 

Mikloiche, Judith 202,245 

Mikulak, Sandra 

Millar, Janet 96 

Miller, Beverly 

Miller, David 

Miller, Dennis 202 

Miller, Elizabeth 245 

Miller, Emory 193 

Miller, George 

Miller, Jeffrey 96 

Miller, Joann 

Miller, Klarlenna 

Miller, Nancy 243 

Miller, Paula 117,213,225 

Miller, Ronald 233 

Miller, Sandra 209 

Miller, Susan 96,202 

Miller, Susan N. 

Miller, William 96,124 

Mills, Danalle 

Mills, Lindsay 66,193,202 

Mills, Melody 96 

Mingos, Joseph 96 

Minium, Sharon 

Minjkives, Charlotte 

Minnich, Sally 225 

Miraglia, Louis 

Misantone, Anita 202,243 

Mischler, Susan 243 

Misewicz, Eugene 241,246 

Misko, Michael 233 

Mitchell, Mr. John 36 

Mitchell, Karen 97 

Mitchell, Kathleen 60,96 

Mitchell, Lynne 243 

Mitchell, Margaret 205 

Mitchell, Robert 

Mitstifer, Faye 94,213 

Miistifer, Jean 211,233 

Mineldorf, Ronnie 243 

Moeller, Colleen 111,117,233 

Mock, Toni 199,208,234 

Mockaitis, Suzanne 242 

Moger, Margaret 212,213,225 

Molzhan, Janet 114,234 

Monahan, Kathleen 209 

Monks, Alberta 

Montgomery, Robert 118,198,209, 

225 
Montante, Madaline 242 
Montross, Howard 
Moore, Anna 
Moore, Jane 
Moore, Janet 
Moore, Jean 
Moore, Richard 197 
Moore, lAi. Robert 30,142 
Moore, William 96 
Moosch, Linda 242 



Morgan, Jr., Clair 190,225 

Morgan, Margaret 243 

Morgan, Pamela 

Morgan, Robert 225 

Morgans, John 97 

Morgenstern, Lucille 97 

Morrell, Catherine 

Morris, James 65 

Morris, Rand 97,129 

Morrison, Margaret 234 

Morrison, Sally 244 

Morse, Robert 

Moosch, Susanne 

Moscrip, Ruth 

Moser, Miss Ethel 30,192 

Mosher, Basil 97 

Mosher, Pamela 243 

Mosier, Stuart 

Moskus, Roger 123 

Mosley, William 

Moss, Judy 97, 117 

Motaka, Frank 

Mottl, Linda 

Mower, Stephen 118 

Mowers, Bonnie 67,203,207,243 

Mowery, Leslie 117,148,234 

Mowry, Michael 244 

Moyer, Gail 114,225 

Moyer, Kerry 201,234 

Moyer, Ruth 243 

Moyer, Shirleen 143 

Moyer, Steven 

Mraz, Margaret 

Mulligan, Linda 

Mumma, Mr. Jacques 31 

Mumma, Mrs. Stephanie 

Mummau, Donna 234 

Murphy, James 97 

Murphy, Mama 193,242 

Murphy, Mr. Robert 33 

Murray, Larry 97 

Musingo, Judith 234 

Musser, Joan 138,191,225 

Mutchler, Dr. Clarence 15 

Myers, Edward 

Myers, Keith 136,139,234 

Myers, Mrs. Marie 17 

My felt, Carol 243 

Myhalyk, William 241 

Myskiew, Stephanie 137,202,234 



N 

Nafus, Patricia 148,243 

Nagy, Laureen 234 

Nares, Bonita 234 

Nastase, Anthony 

Nation, Debby 247 

Nauman, Stanley 

Neff, Mrs. Winifred 35 

Neifert, Kenneth 

Neiley, Janice 

Neilson, William 111,124,215,225 

Nelson, Judy 243 

Nerhood, Linda 

Nerhood, Paulette 

Neufer, Terry 129,225 

Newman, Daniel 97,129 

Newman, Deanna 97,131,133 

Newman, Susan 

Nibling, Nancy 

Nichols, Philip 197,225 

Nichols, Sandra 243 

Niedzialek, Sylvia 234 

Niles, Susan 243 

Nimtz, Sharon 97 

Noel, Christine 239 

Noldy, Beverly 225 

Norcross, John 142 

Nordstrom, Susan 97,114 

Norman, Dorothy 

Norton, Rebecca 97 

Noss, Paul 98 

Noye, Fred 98,133,209 

Nunemacher, Mary 243 

Nush, Peter 146,246 

Nye, Sharon 198,199,243 

Nyman, David 98,127,129,133 

o 

Oakes, Vivian 199,208,225 
Obert, Janice 234 
Obrian, William 129,215 
Oberholser, Linda 225 
O'Connor, Donald 98 
O'Conner, Donna 179,243 
O 'Conner, Robert 98 
Odell, Jr., Carlton 65,66,128,234 
O'Donnell, John 98 
O'Donnell, Mary 127 
O'Hara, Daniel 146,170,246 
O'Hara, Jon 




296 



Okrasinski, Francis 98 

Oldroyd, Albert 136,139 

Oles, Elinor 225 

Olexa, Norma 243 

Oliver, Jacqueline 64,234 

Oliver, Mary 202,234 

Olmstead, Amy 98,138 

Olnistead, Kathleen 133 

Olmstead, Robert 

Olsefsky, Margaret 243 

Olson, Sandra 

Oplinger, Russell 246 

Orcott, Margie 204,234 

Ori, Sharon 98 

Orkins, Matthew 

Orr, Mr. Christopher 35 

Orr, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Orr, Dr. William 36 

Orris, Donald 66.124,225 

Orzell, Mary 

Osgood, Mary 98 

Osterfeld, Mr. Walter 28 

Ostertag, Hannelore 202,246 

Osuch, John 146,167 

Otruba, Paul 

Otruba, Sue 180 

Ott, Keith 98,129,214 

Ottavia, Donald 142,160 

Ottinger, Linda 209,225 

Ottinger, Susan 239 

Otto, Frederick 135,189,234 

Over, Edward 

Overman, Joan 

Owen, Annalee 

Owens, James 

Ovfens, John 

Owens, Judith 131 

Owens, Mr. Konrad 21 

Owens, Persis 

Owens, Thomas 

Oyler, Richard 




Packard, Judith 133,225 

Page, Mary 

Palmer, Burtis 234 

Palmer, Linda 234 

Palmer, Linda T. 131,204 

Palmer, Patricia 2,59,194,195,225 

Palmer, Richard 98,199,208 

Palmer, Stephen 206,225 

Palmquist, Craig 

Palsgrove, Marylou 

Palumbo, Marietta 98,127 

Pannunzio, Dominick 

Paproky, Donna 

Paradis, Linda 113,234 

Paris, Allen 98 

Paris, Delores 

Paris, Thana 133,137,211,225 

Parker, Gary 234 

Parker, Sandra 192,210,234 

Parkin, William 118,225 

Parks, Mrs. Arlie 35 

Parks, Florence 

Parks, LaVeta 98,133 

Parks, Vaughn 67,205 

Pascucci, Robert 146 

Pastor key, Joseph 191 

Patanzo, Peter 142 

Patrick, Patricia 225 

Patrick, Robert 234 

Patterson, Donald 196,207,225 

Patterson, Joan 99 

Patterson, Linda 

Patti, Salvatore 99,142,143 

Patton, Joyce 234 

Paul, Linda 114 

Patz, Margaret 239 

Paulson, Charles 202,234 

Paulson, William 124 

Pawling, Bruce 234 

Pawling, Joyce 

Peakler, Karen 

Pearson, Arlene 

Pearson, Herbert 99,118,127,133,139 

Pease, Kristine 

Pease, William 99,118,135 

Pechulis, Joseph 

Peck, Charles 67,118,229,234 

Pehonsky, Lucinda 117,234 

Peiffer, Pauicia 193,207,234 

Pellicciotti, Diane 207,225 

Peltier, Dr. David 33 

Pennington, James 175 

Penno, George 

Pequignot, Jane 

Perkins, Jane 244 

Perkins, Leon 

Perkins, Mary 139 

Perkins, Nancy 188,199,208 

Per ley, Jacqueline 

Perretti, Jacqueline 117 

Perry, Lynton 234 

Perry, Margaret 199 

Petarchek, Patricia 113,225 



Peters, Barry 135,201,234 

Peters, Keith 210,234 

Peterson, Gerald 246 

Peterson, Paul 

Peterson, Susan 148,234 

Petorak, John 123,146 

Petroff, Joseph 99 

Petro, Jerome 118,192,209,234 

Petrone, Janet 

Petrus, Deborah 247 

Pfaadt, Mr. William 33 

Pheasant, Nancy 

Pherreigo, Sarah 99 

Phibbs, Howard 135,136.187,190 

Philips, Cheryl 150 

Phillips, Jon 209,214,225 

Phillips, Sidney 142,192,238,246 

Richard, Gerald 99 

Pickering, David 234 

Picone, Terry 142 

Piellusch, Mr. Frederick 33 

Pierce, Jay 68,70,128,171,188, 

189,234 
Pierce, Bonnie 170,234 
Pierce, Ronald 

Pierson, Judith 99,113,129,202 
Pike, Bonnie 65,71,128,133,189, 

202,225 
Piscitelli, Susan 
Pittman, John 247 
Plankenhorn, Dr. William 33 
Piatt, Janet 240 
Plieskatt, Arthur 226 
Plut, Suzanne 
Pointer, Ronald 155,157 
Pokorny, William 234 
Poleo, Carolyn 241 
Policella, Ruth 99,127,133 
Pomanek, Simonette 234 
Popovich, Keith 
Porczak, Mary 198 
Portanova, Lorraine 
Porter, Jo Ellen 
Porter, Larry 
Portko, Winifred 
Potochnick, Gregory 
Potocki, Ann 206 
Potrako, James 246 
Potter, Frederick 234 
Potter, Katherine 99,129 
Potter, Marianna 65,202 
Potter, Virginia 
Potter, William 226 
Potter, William R. 
Powell, Gladys 99 
Powell, Mr. Jerry 35,118,196 
Powell, Judy 196,211,226 
Powell, Lynne 
Powell, Dr. Manly 39,139 
Powell, Robert 129 
Powell, Mrs. Sandra 69,99,128,202 
Powlus, Jacqueline 239 
Preshlock, Dennis 142 
Prevost, James 202 



297 



Price, Carolyn ■211,234 
Price, Kathleen 211,234 
Priest, Helena 
Prowant, Linda 
Prugh, Frank 99, 129 
Pruyne, Lorena 
Pulli, .Michael 
Pullman, Barry 
Putnam, Richard 124,246 
Putt, Mr. Robert 24 
Pysher, Horace 240 




Q 

Quashnoc, John 136,142,234 



Rafferty, Sherwood 118 

Rahm., Mary Ellen 211,234 

Raissman, Laurel 226 

Rakoski, James 

Ramin, Linda 246 

Rand, Leslie 113 

Randise, Dale 

Randolf, Mrs. 211 

Ransavage, Paul 99,129 

Raplee, William 234 

Rarig, Rebecca 

Ratkowski, Delmar 113,213,242 

Ray, James 118 

Raysor, Darrell 99 

Ream, Denise 99,113 

Rearick, Beverly 234 

Rebuck, Darryl 

Rebuck, Wayne 

Redline, Dianne 

Reed, Lee 

Reed, Rolf 118,119 

Reese, Mr. John 35,66 

Reese, Pamjela 179 

Reese, Robert 

Reeser, Robert 135,226 

Reesman, William 170,171 

Reichenbach, Ruth 

Reichley, Janet 234 

Reid, Michael 146,240 

Reid, Diana 

Reid, Laura 

Reid, Stephen 165 

Reinhart, Mancy 207,226 

Reinhart, John 67,203,246 

Reiniger, Lee 192 

Reinstadtler, Eleanor 



Remley, William 234 

Remy, Mr. Ronald 25,206 

Renninger, Janice 99 

Rentschler, Jeanne 

Repic, Ronald 

Reppard, Juanita 216,226 

Reppert, Holly 114,234 

Reppert, Renee 

Ressler, Dawn 242 

Rettger, Bernadine 69,99,138,202 

Reule, Janet 211,226 

Revere, Mr. Robert 33 

Revere, Mrs. Virginia 36 

Reynolds, David 100, 124 

Reynolds, Kenneth 

Rhinehart, Larry 226 

Rhoades, Camille 206,226 

Rhodes, Kathleen 100,113,138 

Rhodes, Paul 146,241 

Ricci, Cynthia 242 

Rice, Jane 242 

Rich, Margaret 

Richards, Lawrence 

Richards, Wayne 

Richardson, Deborah 

Richardson, George 

Richardson, James 142 

Richardson, Susan 114,234 

Richebacher, Brenda 234,244 

Richebacher, Madeline 188 

Richner, Mark 129,209,226 

Riden, Carol 

Riehl. Zack 100,129 

Rieppel, Rosemary 137,202,216,226 

Riley, Joseph 129,226 

Rineer, Mary 

Ripley, Sheldon 

Riseborough, Linda 

Risner, Mary 139,202,234 

Ritz, Dennis 

Ritter, Patrick 200,226 

Roan, Janet 234 

Robbins, Charles 

Robbins, Thomas 

Roberts, Charlotte 100,133,134 

Roberts, Dean Esther 16 

Roberts, Ronald 

Robertson, Susan 206,234 

Robinson, Clifford 76,100,165 

Robinson, Gail 234 

Robinson, George 136,241 

Rock, Vincent 

Rodgers, Dale 234 

Rodgers, Dennis 201 

Rodgers, Ruthann 133,137,226 

Rodgers, Sandra 192,198,210,226 

Rodner, William 234 

Rodney, Douglas 100,198,210 

Rodney, Janet 133,139,211,226 

Roefaro, Ronald 142 

Rogers, James 

Rogers, Robert 142 

Rogers, Todd 

Roggenbaum, Paula 100 



Rohrbach, Martha 113 

Roland, David 71,100,189 

Rolison, Toni 

Rolls, Richard 100,129 

Roma, Carmen 

Roman, Gerald 202,226 

Roman, Judith 68,212,234 

Romanish, Bruce 123 

Romberger, Nancy 

Ronchi, Richard 123 

Ropelewski, Lynn 114,234 

Ropke, Lynn 244 

Rorick, Patricia 114 

Rose, Mr. King 17 

Rose, Mrs. Jeannette 22 

Rosenborough, Kay 

Rosenberger, Stephen 

Rosetti, Fred 123 

Roskowski, Sandra 244 

Rosman, Ned 

Ross, Margaret 

Ross, Thomas 

Rossey, Jane 211,226 

Rossi, Deborah 213,244 

Rossi, Linda 226 

Rossi, Mary 226,246 

Rossi, Mary J. 198 

Rossi, Patrick 226 

Roth, Duranne 

Rottman, Edward 124,209 

Roupp III, Francis 209,226 

Roupp, Glenna 100,199 

Rovinsky, Jean 114,234 

Rowe, Connie 117,138,234 

Rowe, John 100,118,119 

Rowe, Lawrence 100.142,143,200 

Rowe, Margaret 100 

Rowe, Susanne 129, 179 

Roy, Dr. Subodh 35 

Royer, Carolyn 192,205,226 

Royer, Ellen 191 

Royston, Jeannie 

Ruckel, Barry 100, 123 

Rudy, Mrs. June 

Rugletic, Kathryn 243 

Rulander, Karen 100,137 

Rusk, Mr. J. Wayne 21 

Rusnok, Janice 243 

Russavage, Arthur 100 

Russell, Connie 234 

Russell, Janet 133,226 

Russell, Ronald 

Ruth, Gregory 

Ruth, Jeanne 131,133,211,226 

Ruth, Maryanne 114 

Rutherford, Lirida 

Ryan, Dons 

Ryan, Maureen 

Ryan, William 

s 

Sabine, Mary 243 
Sabrick, Carolyn 242 
Sadonick, Chester 101,202 
Saia, Ann 128,193,202 



Saia, Michael 

Sakusky, William 146,167 

Salberg, Cathilee 246 

Saletin, Sandra 113 

Salony, Marie 195,226 

Salony, Timothy 101,126,136,142, 

143,195,200 
Salsman, Andrea 235 
Salsman, Donald 239 
Salter, Michael 118 
Salvamoser, Julie 240 
Sames, Karen 240 
S amnion, Kathleen 
Sampson, Irma 
Sandee, Lynn 
Sandeen, Janet 101 
Sanders, Gerald 129,226 
Sanders, Mr. Walter 35 
Sanderson, Lynne 
Santa Maria, Mary 
Santoro, Frank 67,242 
Sanzo, Dora 
Sargent, Janet 
Sarring, Rudolph 158 
Sauchuk, Michael 101,124,142,143 
Saurbaugh, Russell 
Savering, James 124,235 
Saveson, Dr. John 34 
Saveson, Mrs. Marilyn 
Sawyers, Mr. Thomas 35,123 
Saxer, Vernie 244 

Saxon, Randall 199,208,209,210,226 
Say lor, Linda 
Scase, Deborah 
Scapura, Linda 
Schaffer, Diane 235 
Schaffer, Gregory 
Schaffer, Wanda 
Schalck, Karen 
Schamel, Guy 226 
Schamel, Patrick 67,202,203 
Schanbacher, Anna 
Schanbacher, John 226 
Schanbacher, Terry 
Schappelle, Dr. Newell 38,139 
Schappelle, Samuel 136,139,216,226 
Scheidler, Sheila 138 
Scheller, David 220,226 
Schemery, William 142,200 
Schenck, Catherine 117,226 
Schenck, Susan 244 
Schlegel, Dawn 
Schlegel, Jean 235 
Schlieder, Susan 101,133 
Schmid, Mrs. Angeline 21 
Schmid, Eileen 39,177,234 
Schmid, Stephanie 65 
Schmid, Dr. William 
Schmidt, Lynn 111,113,226 
Schmitz, Mrs. Janet 26 
Schmitz, Dr. S. M. 13 
Schneider, Anna 203 
Schock, Lynn 
Schock, Phyllis 235 



Schoener, Linda 210 

Scholl, Edmund 123 

Scholl, Mary Jane 189,201,226 

Schrantz, Letitia 244 

Schrei, Claire 

Schrei, Joanne 207 

Schuler, Robert 

Schuyler, Linda 209 

Schwab, Charles 

Schwab, John 226 

Schwab, Nancy 235 

Schwab, Mrs. Patricia 

Schwab, Thomas 

Schwalm, Michael 67,101,176,177, 

187 
Schwartz, Philip 69 
Schwartz, Sinclei 
Schwartz, Mr. Stephen 35 
Schwarz, Michael 
Schwarzbauer, Dieter 101,134,160, 

162,200 
Schwenzer, Robert 124,235 
Scialdone, Loretta 226 
Sciotino, Joseph 
Scott, Barbara 212, 226 
Scott, Kathleen 
Scott, Mr. Myron 
Scott, Nancy 244 
Scott, Robert 192,235 
Scott, Roger 189,235 
Scott, Timothy 
Scranton, Cora 
Scranton, Margaret 
Searfoss, Robert 101 
Sebring, James 124,175,196 
Sedorovich, Walter 146 
Seefeldt, Juergen 
Seefeldt, Marianne 133,134 
Seeley, Raymond 
Seibert, Dr. Earl 36 
Seidel, Dr. Charles 36 
Seidel, Gregory 124,187,235 
Seifert, Deborah 114,235 
Seiwell, Darryl 135,187,235 
Seiz, Dorothy 
Serafin, Joanne 114,235 
Serafin, Thomas 193 
Sereno, Jon 243 

Serfas, Jr., Milton 124,170,235 
Severing, James 170 
Severs, John 118,226 
Seymour, Robert 
Sgro, Mary 235 
Shade, Juanita 
Shady, Jared 101,124 
Shaeff, Beverly 239 
Shafer, Betty 

Shafer, Christina 101,245 
Shaner, Carol 
Shannon, Betty 
Sharrow, Gail 
Shauberger, Sally 
Shaw, Mr. Henry 30,142,160 
Shaw, Mrs. Marylou 130 



Shay, Mary 113,206,226 

Sheaffer, Mr. Avery 33 

Shearer, Leanna 

Sheely, Barbara 208,244 

Shedden, Delores 235 

Shedden, Patti 138,235 

Sheer, Judy 

Sheer, Rodney 101 

Sheets, Barry 246 

Sheets, Sandra 

Sheffer, Deborah 235 

Sheldon, Carol 131,133,208,211,226 

Shelhamer, Helen 

Shellenberger, Thomas 70,188,189 

Shelton, Norma 

Shepard, Ronald 

Sheridan, John 26 

Sheridan, Karen 235 

Sherman, Marcia 

Sherry, Kathleen 226 

Sheilds, James 101 

Sheilds, Marybeth 226 

Shick, Dr. Richard 27.210 

Shiplett, Susan 197,246 

Shimer, Dr. Helen 22,117 

Shisler, Virginia 

Shoemaker, Sandra 235 

Shoenfelt, Karen 244 

Shoener, Linda 235 

Shoffner, Christine 206 

Shook, Edith 226 

Sholtis, Rebecca 

Shortuse, Richard 118 

Shropshire, Meg 138,189,226 

Shrout, Richard 

Shuck, Donna 241 

Shue, George 101,123,200,242,243 

Shuey, Karl 65 

ShuU, Jayne 

Shultz, David 

Shultz, Joseph 101, 139 

Shultz, William 

Shuss, Kathryn 

Shuss, Robert 187 

Shutt, Jerol 

Sidhu, Mr. Karamjit 27 

Sidler, Dr. Jack 39 

Sidorowicz, Alexander 135,187,189, 

191,201,226 
Sieg, Barbara 101 
Signer, Robert 
Silfies, Bruce 101, 118 
Silvette, James 71,189,226 
Simar, Robert 76, 102, 118 
Simonis, Mr. James 17 
Simonds, Douglas 235,241 
Simonds, Elizabeth 
Simmons, Ronald 
Simock, Marlene 
Simonds, M. Elaine 
Simpson, Donna 199,208,244 
Simpson, Larry 124,235 
Sirotkin, Stanley 107,118 
Sisk, Ronald 246 



299 



Sitler, Shelbert 

Skelding, Gary 

Skilton, Edward 226 

Skinner, Mary 

Skowron, Stanley 142 

Skullney, Connie 207,226 

Slabach, Kathy 131,133,226 

Slattery, Edward 

Slanery, John 241 

Slavin, Mary 226 

Slavin, Michele 207,213,235 

Slavin, Robert 102,124,192,215 

Sleboda, Joseph 170,173 

Slegal, Angelyn 195,235 

Slocum, Sandra 102,133 

Smallridge, William 67 

Smargiassi, Gene 241 

Smichowski, Mr. Vincent 38 

Smith, Andrea 193,226 

Smith, Betty 235 

Smith, Brenda 244 

Smith, Carol 

Smith, Cynthia 235 

Smith, David C. 241 

Sm.ith, David L. 175,204 

Smiith, Diane 241 

Smith, Donald 102 

Smith, Elizabeth 102,129,202 

Smith, Ellen 

Smith, James 

Smith, Joan 

Smith, J. Paul 247 

Smith, Judith 

Smith, Kathryn 

Smith, Keith 197,204,235 

Smith, Larry Dale 

Sm.ith, Larry D. 

Smith, Lonsworth 

Smith, Loretta 

Smiith, Miss Louise 22 

Sm.ith, Lynne 138 

Smith, Marianne 244 

Smath, Marilyn 

Smith, Patrick 

Smith, Pauline 

Smith, Phyllis 

Smith, Sandra 102, 131 

Smith, Sharyn 

Smith, Shirley 244 

Smith, MissS. Louise 

Smith, Sue 226 

Smith, Susan 235 

Smith, William 33 

Smithgall, Scott 66,202,205,207 

Smoyer, Howard 207,235 

Smyth, John O. 102 

Smyth, ivlary 

Snapp, Elizabeth 235 

Snedeker, Kathy 244 

Sneed, Jane 202,240 

Snigar, Charlotte 202 

Snischak, Michael 

Snitzer, Andrev/ 102,129 

Snively, Dr. Laurence 14 



Snively, Mrs. Molly 16,111,212 

Snook, James 

Snydex. Candace 2,131,133,194,226 

Snyder, Jeanne 189 

Snyder, Judy 113,235 

Snyder, Stephen 102 

Socash, Janet 113,247 

Sokira, Beverly 102 

Solt, Lana 134,235 

Solt, Wanda 235 

Soli, Willard 123,235 

Soltis. Jean 102,126,128,133,137 

Somogy, Ronald 

Somogyi, Barbara 

Sonnekal, Beatrice 207 

Soprano. John 102,142,143,145 

Soprano, Joyce 

Soprano, Robert 142 

Sorber, Walter 235 

Sosnoskie, Charles 102,111,123 

Souder, Sharen 

Southam, Richard 210 

Spagnol, Barbara 244 

Spahr, Joyce 198,235 

Spang, Hugh 170,200 

Sparks, Patricia 210,235 

Sparmblack, John 146,107 

Spatt, Alan 226 

Speary, Anita 

Spehar, John 

Spelman, Deirdre 195,209,226 

Spencer, Edward 

Spencer, Harold 102 

Spencer, Janet 60,102,114 

Spencer, Shane 

Spezialetti, C. L. 142,235 

Spicknell, Terry 135,189,235 

Spinelle, Vincent 123,235 

Spory, Laura 102 

Spotts, Amy 244 

Spotts, David 136,235 

Sprout, Lucinda 226 

Sprout, Gail 

Stabley, Suzanne 

Stadelmaier, Lynne 

Stafford, Duane 235 

Stambaugh, Diane 102 

Stambaugh, Elizabeth 

Stankavage, Andrew 146 

Stanley, Mr. Donald 21,151 

Stanley, Eileen 226 

Stanley, Lynda 117,241 

Stanton, Scott 146 

Stare, David 226 

Stark, Jeanne 

Starkey, Mrs. Eleanor 16,212,213, 

216 
Starks, Jeanette 235 
-Starks, Mary 188,189 
Starner, Karen 117,138,189,226 
Starner, Ronald 103, 118 
Stauffer, Carol 210,240 
Stavisky, William 215,235 
Stedge, Richard 135,189,235 



Steger, Karl 

Steigner, David 

Stein, Mr. Edward 28 

Steinmetz, Sherry 244 

Steinrock, Timothy 124,235 

Stenzhorn, Sherri 111,117,227 

Stephens, Dawn 

Stephens, Marcia 117 

Stephens, Thomas 247 

Stepp, Barbara 235 

Stettler, Donald 

Stettler, William 103,118,119,176, 

177 
Stevens, Melissa 227 
Stevens, Robert 196,203,243 
Stevens, Tarry 103 
Steward, Karol 113,227 
Stewart, Sharon 242 
Stewart, Wendy 71,189,236 
Steyers, Caroline 
Steyers, Mr. J. D. 35,65 
Stiner, Cecile 236 
Stitzer, Thomas 
Stock, Robert 

Stockdill, James 103,118,129,209 
Stockholm, Patricia 246 
Stocum, Emma 103 
Stoddard, Sherry 
Stokes, Margaret 
Stone, Mary Ann 236 
Stone, Mr. Paul 29 
Stoneback, Carla 204,236 
Stopper, James 124,236 
Storer, Marilyn 
Stormer, Nancy 
Storms, Sharon 103, 133 
Stoughton, Floyd 206 
Stowell, Karen 

Stoyko, Kathleen 113,180,242 
Stradtner, Mary 198,240 
Strailey, Donna 207,236 
Strange, Joseph 
Strange, Marie 103 
Strathen, Judith 
Straub, David 103,124,142 
Strausser, Susan 114,236 
Straw, Deah 103,133 
Suazdus, Linda 103 
Streeter, Alice 
Streeter, Pamela 
Strobel, Barbara 
Strong, Robert 236 
Strosahl, David 129,136 
Stroup, Randolph 158 
Strunk, Joy 242 
Stuczynski, Thomas 
Stuntz, Lynda 211,227 
Sudol, Thomas 103 
Sullivan, Barbara 113,241 
Sullivan, Jean 
Sullivan, Terry 
Sulzer, John 136,196,209 
Sumner, Melvin 
Summers, Sally 



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Sutherland, Robert 103 
Summo, Nancy 202,241 
Suszko, Joette 236 
Sutton, Chester 
Sutton, Dr. Robert 33 
Swan, Eleanor 
Swartz, Norman 
Swartzlander, Alice 117,236 
Sweeney, Patricia 236 
Sweet, Steven 170,174 
Sweinhart, Shirley 227 
Swift, Joseph 118,157,236 
Sweitzer, Louise 243 
Swiderski, Caroline 243 
Swiderski, Joyce 240 
Swingle, Julie 
Swinsick, Patricia 216 
Szybist, Constance 133,202,209 

T 

Taggart, Margaret 

Tagliaterra, Paul 103,124 

Tai, Miss Alberta 27 

Talada, Elaine 114,236 

Talada, Susan 131,133,237 

Talbot, Mr. Richard 21,187 

Tallman, Janice 

Tarn, Ophelia 236 

Tameris, Richard 

Tammaro, Michael 155,157,175,200 

Tanner, James 192 

Tanner, Rebecca 199,208,246 

Tansits, Gloria 202,241 

Taxis, Peter 118 

Taylor, Beverly 103,114 

Taylor, Dena 103,139 

Taylor, Diane 117,236 

Taylor, Mr. Jed 27 

Taylor, Katherine 243 

Taylor, Norman 236 

Taylor, Scott 165 

Teats, Peggy 103 

Tebo, Dianna 227 

Teddick, Madlyn 129 

Tefs, Karen 227 

Terry, Jonathan 104,124 

Tesman, Mr. Solomon 33 

Tezyk, Stanley 

Thiess, Kathleen 

Thomas, Glenn 104,129 

Thomas, James 165 

Thomas, Joann 117,241 

Thomas, Karen 241 

Thomas, Kathleen 239 

Thomas, Michael E. 245 

Thomas, Michael F. 

Thomas, Pauletta 227 

Thomas, William 200 

Thompson, Frederic 

Thompson, Ronald 

Thompson, Sally 247 

Thorik, Barbaranne 205 

Throne, Jane 227 

Thurner, Arthur 104 



Tice, Dora 104 
Tighe, Stephen 104 
Titus, Mrs. Laura 21 
Tobey, John 
Todd, Thomas 
Tokarz, Bette 104,126 
Tokarz, Theodore 
Tolosky, Mrs. Amelia 22,210 
Tombs, Dale 
Tomcykoski, Bernard 
Tomkavage, Andrew 196 
Tomlinson, Marsha 227 
Tomlinson, Shirley 227,133 
Tomlinson, Theodore 226 
Toothaker, Fred 
Tormey, Linda 244 
Touschner, Kathleen 104,133 
Towers, Ann 117,236 
Townsend, Marylou 104 
Trainor, Mary 227 
Trapani, Suzanne 192,213 
Trauger, Warren 210 
Trettel, Karen 131 
Trexler, Edward 142 
Triano, Joseph 104 
Trimmer, Jane 239 
Tripp, Donna 
Tripp, Ruth 240 
Troiani, Teresa 65,117 
Trosino, Joseph 126,129,227 
Trout, Irwin 104 
Troxell, Carolyn 
Trudnak, Richard 104 
Trufant, Joanne 
Trunzo, Paulette 227 
Trutt, Judith 

Turnauer, Harold 165,167 
Turner, Susan 104 
Turrisi, Rose Ann 
Tuttle, Marjorie 138,206 
Twaddle, Wilma 
Tylus, Patricia 241 

u 

Ubaldini, Ronald 
Uhland, Sandra 
Umberger, Jane 117 
Unangst, Rebecca 227 
Ungemach, Betty 117,133 
Unger, Constance 208 
Unger, Mark 104,142 
Unger, Dr. Robert 33,193,209 
Ungureit, Elizabeth 179,243 
Updgrave, Patricia 114,236 
Upham, Annie 236 
Uram, Jerome 104 
Urffer, Linda 227 

V 

Vacca, Patricia 148 
Vaiana, Carol 66,202 
Valko, David 11,123 
Valentiner, C. L. 
Van Brunt, Jean 236 
Vaitkunas, John 142,200 



Vandine, Linda 131,210 
Van Dyke, Terry 
Vanskiver, Sharon 243 
Varesko, Cheryl 204,246 
Vars, Dianne 190 
Vayanski, Mr. Michael 39,124 
Vender, Leonard 124,227 
Verbena, Albert 104 
Vespa, Mr. Angelo 33 
Vespa, Donna 
Villesvik, Mary Ann 
Vincent, Joseph 
Vite, Phyllis 104,114 
Vlasits, Guy 105,118,136 
Vogler, Jon 
Vokes, Billie 244 
Volpe, Vincent 118,206 
Volpi, Fred 244 
Vroman, Mr. Leslie 25 
Vroman, William 

w 

Wadas, Frank 105 

Wade, Eva 209,236,213,242 

Waering, Gerald 

Wagner, Alice 

Wagner, Ann 

Wagner, Bonnie 

Wagner, Robert 124,209 

Wakley, James 239 

Walck, Thomas 

Wales, Florence 236 

Walizer, Carolyn 

Walker, Bonnie 157 

Walker, Donald 155,176 

Walker, Susan 114,244 

Walker, Thomas 105,123,210 

Wall, Carole 227 

Wall, Jeanne 196,277 

Wallace, Linda 105 

Wallace, Susan 113,236 

Wallin, Bruce 105,139 

Walsh, Kevin 105,192,200,214 

Walsh, Vmcent 202 

Walters, Gary 

Waltz, Betty 211,236 

Wampole, Randall 193 

Wanich, Mr. William 29 

Wands, Linda 105,131,133 

Wanner, Jacqueline 243 

Ward, Deborah 

Ward, William 244 

Wargo, Judy 133,227 

Warner, Janice 131,204,236 

Wascavich, Carol 242 

Wasenda, Mary 

Washeleski, Jean 203,227 

Wasowricz, Kathryn 216,236 

Watkins, David 

Watkins, Lynne 

Watkins, Sandra 

Watkins, Shirley 242 

Watkins, Susan 189 

Watkins, Janice 238,242 



301 



Watson, Brent 236 

Watson, John 113,157 

\\'atson, Samuel 139,227 

Watson, Thomas 

Weaver, Maryanne 199,203,236 

Weaver, Sylvia 

Weber, Ralph 

\\'ebster, Keith 

\s'ebster, Wayne 

Wechsler, Maryann 

Weed, Mi. Charles 33 

Week, Janet 242 

Weibel, Albert 243 

Weidman, Jean 236 

Weikel, Beverly 

Weilage, Margaret 105,133,150 

Weinel, Thomas 105,224 

Weinman, Rita 

Weinstein, Phillip 58 

Weinstein, Susan 114 

\veis, John 209 

U'eiskoff, James 227 

Weiss, Linda ly9,240 

Weiss, Terri 244 

Welchans, Geralyn 70,71,113,138, 

139 
Weller, Grover 
Weller, Thomas 
Wells, Rose 212,236 
Wenrick, Lyleann 236 
Wentworth, Frank 204,209,236 
Werkhfiser, Wanda 
Werner, Ivlr. Stanley 31 
Werts, Mary 

Wesmiller, Gary 124,192,227 
West, David 

West, James 65,105,118 
West, Norman 
West, Susan 105,117,137 
Westbrook, Robyn 199,208 
Westlake, Mr. Richard 35,128,202 
Wetherbee, Mr. William 31 
Wetzel, Geraldine 
Wetzil, Kay 

Weym.an, Michael 124,227 
Whalen, William 123,142,200 
Wheeler, Crescence 196 
White, Carol 239 
White, Catherine 206,239 
White, Joann 236 
White, Larry 1-53,203,236 
White, Marcia 
White, Richard 
White, Sherry 
Whitiak, Frances 
Whiting, Charles 239 
Whitmer, I.lark 245 
Whitmer, Mr. Ralph 26,239 
Whitney, Karen 
Whitney, Robert 227 
WTiitney, William 227 
Wiand, Linda 106,211,227 
Wiard, Irene 133,133,139,201,227 
Wiegrnan, Joyce 105 



Wierbowski, Thomas 69.105 

Wilcox, Mr. Jack 21 

Wilcox, Scott 

Wilke, Kathleen 105 

Williams, Joseph 

Williams, Barbara 209,227 

Williams, Ben 105 

Williams, Charles 158,239 

Williams, Claudia 242 

Williams, David 

Williams, Keith 66,118,202 

Williams, M. Elizabeth 106 

Williams, Penne 

Williams, Philip 

Williams, Richard 

Willis, John 118,199 

Wills, Barbara 247 

Wills, James 

Wills, Miss Roberta 26 

Wilpizeski, Susan 244 

Wilson, Charlotte 106,133,197 

Wilson, Mr. Edward 157 

Wilson, Jam 236 

Wilson, Janet 117,239 

Wilson, John 106,124 

Wilson, Marjorie 

Wilson, Dr. Richard 14,30 

Wilt, Jack 227 

Winters, Paul 

Wise, Nancy 106, 113 

Wisel, Lyle 227 

Wiser, Kenneth 106 

Witherow, Mr. Dale 23 

Witman, John 

Witmer, Nancy 

Witucki, Katherine 106 

Wojciechowski, Paul 

Wojcik, Constance 106,117,139 

Wolcutt, Sandra 202 

Wolfe, Barbara 106,127 

Wolf, Dennis 146,242 

Wolf, Janice 197,209 

Wolf, Lester 

Wolfanger, James 106,124 

Wolfe, George 135,187,236 

Wolfe, Janet 236 

Wolfe, Robert 

Wolfel, Georgia 180,210,236 

Wollaston, Margaret 193,210,236 

Wood, Connie 

Wood, Cynthia 

Wood, Deborah 

Wood, Nancy 60, 106, 114 

Wood, Olin 

Wood, Philip 200 

Wood, Susan E. 106, 127,132 

Wood, Susan L. 

Woodard, James 236 

Woodcock, Kathleen 114,179 

Woodruff, Dons 236 

Woole, Stewart 

Worley, Sara 139,236 

Wormeck, Bonnie 

Wormer, Jay 



Worthington, Larry 170 
Worthington, Sandra 106 
Woughter, Nancy 
Wrisley, Sandra 227 
Wuchter, Janet 203,227 
Wunderlich, Dr. Charles 15,21,189 
Wunderlich, Mrs. Joyce 21 
Wykoff, Susan 106 

Y 

Yardsheski, Edverda 

Yaswinski, Andrea 

Yeager, James 123,129,236 

Yeager, Richard 227 

Yeagley, Vicki 67,128 

Yeager, Robin 244 

Yeakley, Beverly 202,211 

Yecina, Darla 240 

Yellets, John 118,160,200 

Yed, Cheryl 

Yerkes, Mary 246 

Yob, Edward 204 

Yochum, Diane 106,113 

Yocum, Brent 210 

Yonker, Judith 

York, Judith 

York, Virginia 

Yost, Elaine 117,131 

Yost, Patricia 

Young, Mrs. Gladys 38 

Young, Naomi 199,227 

Young, Patricia 

Young, Timothy 65 

Young, Virginia 

Yount, Marcia 204,236 

Yuhas, John 236 

Yuknalis, John 202,203 

z 

Zadany, Hilde 

Zalanowski, Paul 106 

Zalepa, Amara 

Zaring, Cheryl 242 

Zarnoski, Gail 213,240 

Zdzinski, Mr. Edwin 21 

Zeafla, Shirley 107 

Zebrowski, Joseph 

Zehner, John 107,135,201 

Zeleniak, Michael 

Zell, Diana 227 

Zeller, Jacqueline 113,133,137,227 

Zellers, Patsy 236 

Zellers, Wanda 107,127 

Zelonis, James 67,135,87 

Zerbe, Brenda 

Zcrby, Miss Margaret 27 

Ziegler, Brian 124,244 

Zierowicz, Maryann 111,114 

Zigmund, Barbara 

Zimmerman, Ann 

Zook, JoAnne 243 

Zoschg, Matthew 107,129,200,214 

Zuchowski, Robert 69,135,189,227 

Zulak, Mr. Edward 37,134 

Zvarich, Susan 39,60,107,117 



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General Index 



Acknowledgments 269 
Alpha Psi Omega 128 
Alma Mater 250 
Alpha Sigma Tau 112 
Art Club 193 

B 

Baseball 164 
Basketball 154 
Board of Trustees 12 
Brass Sextet 190 
Bridge Club 193 

c 

Carontawan 194 

Chamber Singers 188 

Cheerleaders 148 

Chr Psi Omega 114 

College Community Orchestra 186 

Collegium Musicum 189 

Concert Choir 185 

Concert Wind Ensemble 186 

Council for the 

Exceptional Child 196 
Cross Country 174 

D 

Day Students 216 
Deans 13 

Debate Society 196 
Delta Phi Alpha 134 
Delta Zeta 116 
Dining Hall 237 
Dorm Councils 212 

E 

Editor's Note 304 
Esquires 187 

F 

Faculty 20 
Falcon 197 
Feature Series 
Festival Chorus 185 
Flashlight 197 
Football 142 



4-H Club 198 
Freshmen 238 
Freshman Chorus 184 

G 

Gamma Theta Epsilon 210 
Gamma Theta Upsilon 129 
Golf 176 

Graduate Students 107 
Graduation 251 

H 

Homecoming 58 
Housemothers 216 

I 

Inter -Collegiate Government 198 
Inter -Fraternity Council 111 
Inter -Varsity Christian 
Fellowship 199 



Juniors 222 



J 



K 



Kappa Delta Pi 132 
Kappa'Omicron Phi 130 
Kappa Phi 211 

L 

Lutheran Student Association 199 

M 

.■■M"Club 200 
Majorettes 150 
Marching Band 151,169 
Movie Committee 201 
Music Education Club 201 

N 

Newman Club 201 
North Hall 18 
Nurses 217 

o 

Omicron Gamma Pi 210 
Opera V/orkshop 70,189 



Panhellenic Council 111 
Phi Mu Alpha 135 
Phi Sigma Pi 136 
Phi Sigma Epsilon 118 
Phi Sigma Kappa 122 
Pi Delta Phi 137 
Players 203 
Plays 64 

R 

Radio Station 204 
Reader's Theater 205 
Recorder Consort 189 
Renaissance Singers 188 

s 

Senior Index 276 

Sigma Alpha Iota 138 

Sigma Tau Gamma 124 

Sigma Zeta 139 

Ski Club 206 

Sophomores 228 

Spanish Club 207 

Spring Weekend 60 

String Quartet 191 

Student Christian Association 208 

Student Council 192 

Student P. S. E. A. 207 

Student Recreation Committee 192 

Symphonic Band 187 

T 

Tennis 175 
Track 172 

Trombone Quartet 190 
Trumpet Quintet 190 

w 

Who's Who 126 

Women's Athletic Association 178 
Women's Hockey 180 
Woodwind Quintet 191 
Wrestling 160 

Y 

Young Democrats 209 
Young Republicans 209 



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The Living End . . . 




Each individual on this campus is aware of pride in accomplishment. Be 
it the discovery of a high grade, a successful experiment, the conclusion of a 
really great paper, or news of a scholarship, the tendency is to relax, sigh, 
and bathe in a warm glow. Yearbook staff members are at least that human, 
and most are determined that their year's record be more complete and dis- 
tinctive than any in the past. For the Carontawan staff that moment has finally 
arrived. And just what are our accomplishments? Wherein lies our pride? 

In this edition we have tried to capture the personality of Mansfield 
through the use of pictures. Pictures are distinctive in that they can evoke 
from each of us a part of our own personal feelings. We have thus tried to 
recreate the major events and the simple day to day occurrences on the Mans- 
field campus by emphasizing the faces which make this campus ours. We have 
also included more color than ever before and have tried to present new ideas 
in design and layout. 

Yet, are these our greatest accomplishments? No, not quite. We take 
pride in the tenacity of small numbers. 

As editor of this yearbook, 1 take unholy pride in the staff and advisors 
who wrought miracles while sacrificing much of themselves. 

Linda Kleppinger 
Editor-in-Chief 



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