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WE ... The 1979 Conestogan Staff 




Glenn Pfadenhauer 
Managing Editor 



Barbara Wightman Janet Shapiro 

Asst. to the Managing Ed. Senior Section Editor 



Susan Borowski 
Sports Section Editor 




MaryBeth Waltman 
Faculty Section Editor 



Aileen Fink 

Activities Section Editor 



Patti Werner 
Photo Editor 



David Meizen 
Business Manager 




Conestogan Staffers Mike Pizzi, Erica Van Horn. Mellissa Stuft. Carol 
Richman, Maureen Lyon, Sue Stevens. 



Photo Staff: Molly Keith. Tom Stepanchek, Deanne Starr, Bernie Wise. 

Jill Yeatman 

Contributing Photographers Brenda Barnhart. Carl Bowman, Glenn 

Pfadenhauer. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 

elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 

President: Mark C. Ebersole Editor: Glenn J. Pfadenhauer 

Dean ot Students: Walter B. Shaw Assistant: Barbara J. Wightman 

Advisor: Kenneth Baylor Publisher: Herff Jones Yearbooks 



A Dedication May, 1979 




The 1979 Conestogan staff has decided to renew the grand old tradition of dedicating the yearbook to 
someone who has been a source of inspiration to the institution. Without question, writing an honest, sincere, 
and appreciative dedication is a challenging feat. A yearbook must truly represent those individuals so crucial 
to the life of the college, or it serves no purpose Its purpose must be to honor those who. for whatever the 
reason, provide encouragement, support, and personal dedication to the creation of memory - a memory 
that will remain a touchstone deep in the lives of all of us 

President Mark C. Ebersole is one of these people. He understands the need for a strong yearbook and has 
committed himself to providing the resources necessary towards that end. He has a great concern for the 
present program, and future direction of the College. And most importantly, he has respect, admiration, and 
appreciation for the heart of the institution — the students. 

For all of those reasons, and more, We, the staff of the 1979 Conestogan wish to dedicate our efforts to 
you, President Ebersole, in the hope that others will follow your example, and lend their support to such 
valuable and indispensable programs. 




Schlosser Dorm in the fall 



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Christmas Dinner in the cat 




Governor Peter duPont of Delaware 



Nancy Hahn 



The Road to higher education 




The Buffalo Chipkickers 



Where did he come from? 




Students enjoy picnic by Lake Placida. 



Dean Shaw paddles away. 




Reading over the sports 



Italian music with dinner 



Hilary Welsh and boyfriend. 




Ain't it the truth 



TGIS Dinner-Dance 




President Ebersole 



Joanne Anderson. 



Barry Llewellyn takes off. 




Don Anderson & Rick Autrey — The People's Choice. 



Trudging through the rain to class. 





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Royer students picnic in E-town Park 
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Frisbee fanatic 




Senior Homecoming Court 



Pride and Prejudice 




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Costume party in Royer 



Firemen put out blaze on B-2 Founders 




Etowns very own Santa. 



Frosh eagerly await the hike 



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FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 




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Frosh lining up for the hike 




Orientation staff members enjoy a break. 

FROSH — Remember 

'All the Strange Hours" (?) 
'Quick — what's her name?" 
'Sue!" 

'NO! It's Mary ..." 
(sigh!) 

'I'm a Blue Jay!!!" 
'I love Lake Placida!!!" 
. . cold, clammy hands. 
. . warm, sweaty palms. 



Freshmen await pinning ceremony 



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INITIATION 




Keep your memories close 
Believe in yesterday 

Live for the moment 
Believe in today 

Keep faith in the future 
Believe in tomorrow. 

— Rene Cauthen 




The pinning ceremony where each freshman 



. received a flaming E pin 



TALENT SHOW 




Linda Esbenshade plays her accordion. 



Carla Hoffman and Jack Artz 
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Brenda Barnhart with her guitar. 



HOMECOMING 




Debbie Allen & escort with last year's queen Kim Witkovsky. 



Homecoming court 1978. 




Debbie with her escort. Paul Pontius. 



Lisa McDade with escort 



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Homecoming Queen Miss Debbie Allen. 



Sue. Rick, and Allison display togas 




Jane buys a souvenir 



Looking over old relics- 



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Trying to win a year's supply of kisses. 




Tug-of-war in the dell 



See Mom. it's easy! 



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Connie Roth and Rob Beyer 



Freshmen sell balloons. 




Junior Class sponsors "clunking machine.' 



Tug-of-war continues. 



HALL OF FAME BANQUET 




Gene Garber speaks at dinner. 



President Ebersole presents a plaque to Gene 



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FALL SCENES 




A touch of the cold. 



Catching a few z's. 



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HALLOWEEN DINNER 




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Cowgirls round up supper 




Best mask? 



Freshman after one year of caf food. 



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MS. MALE E-TOWN 

On November 17. 1978, the Junior 
class sponsored the first Ms. Male E- 
town pagent. Hosted by Barney Raffield, 
Junior class advisor, each of the 
contestants took part in all three phases 
of competition — evening gowns, 
swimsuits, and talent. The judges chose 
5 finalists, each of whom answered a 
question, and then chose the new Ms. 
Male E-town, Ms. Rick Autry. The new 
queen was crowned by last year's 
queen, Ms. Brad Poore. 




The contestants model their evening gowns 







Ms. Frazier, Ms Gosman, Ms Miller, and Ms. Seager sing "I Ms. Quinn models her swimsuit Ms. Seager in the evening gown 

knew an old lady,'' accompanied by Brad Rhodes competition 




The contestants in their swimsuits 



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Footprints in the snow. 



The winter of 1978-79 is one that 
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largest snowfall was February 19, 
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classes. 




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CHRISTMAS DINNER 




Kathy Keller is stunned by the amount of food. 



The Brass Ensemble played carols as students and guests eat. 




Merry holiday smiles were seen everywhere. 



Students relax and unwind before finals week 



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Chairperson Donna Fitzpatnck and her crew get ready for the long night. 





Much hard work went into the most successful dance marathon ever. 

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Anne Siefert puts a last minute touch on a sign. 



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Beth Brodhag and Bill Jordan at dinner 




Gary Verazin and Liz Barton. King and Bill Allego and Polly Oldis seem to be 
Queen of the dinner enjoying themselves 



Laurie Gumble gets serenaded. 




Ann Seitert and Don Anderson do 
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Cafeteria's handiwork 



Janet Bingham and Tom Woolley at the 
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The excitement grows in the faces of Mike Pizzi, Dave Reiniger, & George Brown 




Polly Oldis. at E'town to get a date 



Matt Reabold, Wayne Humphreys, Jack Artz, & Tom Stepanchak are questioned by Ellen 
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A Night at 
the Circus 




presented by — 
Elizabethtown 
College Synchro 
Swim Club. 





Cathy Carnarius, Erich Zuern, Kathy Reinard, Joanie Eberhart, and Glenna Murphy. 




The guys do a routine to "Wedding of the Winds.' 



Talk to the Animals. 



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Mary Muhich, Jenny Smith, Lori Snelling, and Tracey Lloyd swim a tricky routine. 



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On February 26, 1979, the Junior 
Class and the Office of Student 
Affairs sponsored a concert by 
Harry Chapin. The show was the 
first of it's type at E'town, although 
things went so well others are 
expected in the future. Even 
though Harry was 45 minutes late, 
the concert was an enjoyable 
experience for all. 




A kiss for World Hunger? 



Harry gets in the E'town spirit with one of our 
shirts. 




Harry and the band do their thing. 
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Mike Pizzi as the born loser, Charlie Brown 



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I don't know how to love him," sings Anita Patton. 




Peggy Ackerson sings of her summer romance. 



"Tell us more, tell us more" beg the Grease singers 




Donna Hill gives her rendition ot the song "Tomorrow" 



"Why am I me?", asks Mike Pizzi and Bill Algeo 



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The Cast poses for a picture backstage. 



Tim Seager as Jesus Christ Superstar 



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Bill Algeo fills up his teammate with water 
ballons 



At the sound of the whistle, it was each man for himself 




D-3 Animal House had a little trouble In this race 



Sue Waggoner takes cover under a friend's umbrella 



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T.G.I.S. WEEKEND 




Concentration was the name of the game in the egg 
toss. 



Canoe races on Lake Placida provided competition and exercise 




Students and guests danced the night away at the T.G.I.S. dinner-dance. Tim Moyer and Wade Pratt get ready to begin the road 

rally 




Friday night students boogied to the sounds of Egdon Heath. 



Karol Briggs prepares the greased pole. 




This dip in the lake was an unplanned event A team attempts to climb the greased pole Scott Jones trys to get the crowd's attention- 



COMMENCEMENT 1979 




Platform and distinguished guests. 




Faculty lining up for the Processional. 




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President Ebersole. 




Class President Barry Llewellyn gives presentation. 



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Chaplain J Gerald Greiner delivers Benediction. 




Parents and relatives anxiously look on. 



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President Ebersole and recipients of Honorary degrees. 



A group of CUM LAUDE graduates. 




President Ebersole greets parents at reception. 



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Happiness is . . . Just graduating! 




ABRAXAS 



Row 1: Roger Hoerl, Mark Lowen, John Insley; 
Row 2- OF Stambaugh, John Ranck, George 
Gliptis. Row 3: Jay Elder 



ACCOUNTING 
CLUB 



Row 1 : Marc Rustici, Anne Woolley, 

Joyce Goforth, John Insley. Don 

Qulnn. Row 2 Dean Pennabecker, 

Randy Coldiron, Dennis Buck, Kevin 

Kappra, Chris Dinsmore; Row 3: Lita 

Foor, Debbie Hawtof, Robin Duvall, 

Mr Edgar T. Bitting, Arlissa 

Salamone, Don Tyrie. Scott Baker; 

Row 4: Cliff Rich, John Pappas, Pat 

Leahey, Mike Leid. Steve 

Scheuchenzuber, Mark Koernig 





ALPHA MU 



Row 1 Loretta Price, Suzanne Tessier. 
Kathy Gorman, Sandy Postupack, Gretchen 
Ketting, Ellen Judd; Row 2: Lynne Bisbing, 
Mike Pizzi, Jenny Schultz, Debbie Crouse. 
Liz Baker; Row 3: Tammy Yuninger, Kathy 
Grady, Karen Myers, Row 4; Tami Weaver, 
Jill Page. Beth Helman, Cheryl Peterson, 
Kathy Ross, Tina Distasio. Jan Wealand. Jim 
Haines. Lori Fox, Diane Artz. 




AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 



Row 1 Deb Lewis, Jay 
Elder. Debby Brinton, 
Joanne Kocserha, David 
Clemens, Row 2: Mike Eddy. 
Doug Haas, Dave Dalke. 



BIOLOGY 
CLUB 



Row 1: Deanne Starr. Coleen O'Keefe, 

Mark Loewen (Pres). Craig Fultz 

(Treas.), Sue Kozak (Sec); Row 2: 

Ron Ayoub, Cindy Neil, Mary Anne 

Geiger, Donna Duquette, Sharon 

Korowski, Joyce Barnett. Kathy 

Rehfuss. Raelene Maser. Mary 

Schmidt; Row 3: Barry Herman, 

Cyndie Severance, Barry Llewellyn, 

Linda Torgersen. Ellen Watts, Mary 

Gaffney, Linda Esbenshade, Abdul 

Moosa 





BLACK 

STUDENT 

UNION 



Row 1 : Brenda Eldridge; 
Row 2, Anthony Olubiyo, 
David Aina. Duke Parham. 
Karen Knight, Evelyn 
Johnson, Augustine 
Mnenga, Joseph Egbuneu. 



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CAMPUS GOLD 



COMMUTER COUNCIL 



Row 1: Erica Kurzweil, Margie Ducato; Row 2: Ann Henshaw, E. Jane Left to right: Keith Wood, Donita Neyhard, Tim Glatfelter, Bob 

Valas, Suzette Desjardin, Barb Guss; Row 3: Aileen Fink, Karen Zaccano. 

ELIZABETH- 
TOWN 
CHRISTIAN 
<5f't" FELLOW- 
SHIP 

Row 1: Sue MacLean, Ruth Mares, 
Joann Hopper, Carolyn Gray, Kim 
Mohl, Gail Schmerfeldt. Row 2: 
Maggie Maples, Mark Loewen. Row 3: 
Linda Esbenshade, Suzanne Tessier, 
Elaine Bauer, Donna Walton, Ruth 
Greenly, Kathy Labe, John Schmitz, 
Rick Dillon, Jean Reed, Tammy 
Yuniger, Sue Snee. Row 4: Rick 
Autrey, Kathy Merel, Mike Stoudt, 
Linda Galella, Todd Brown, Jill Page, 
Scott Groene, Donna Kafka, Cathy 
Gorman, Laine Heltebridle, Odilon 
Rodrigues, Marcia DeHaas, Marcus 
Wenger. 




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ETOWIAN 



Row 1 : Glenn Pfadenhauer: Row 2: Kim 
Week, Brian Kell, Dana Buterbaugh, 
Joanne Anderson, Jane Schatzman. 



F.C.A. 



Row 1: Licia Leomporra, 
Suzette Desjardin, Maggie Maples, 
Linda Esbenshade, Nina 
Shover, Ginger Geissler; Row 2: 
Scott Baker, Roger Sayre, 
Deanne Starr, Don Tyrie, Judy 
Fuller. 





INTERNA 
-TIONAL 

CLUB 



Row 1 : Joon-Ho Kwak, Yuki 
Shimomura, Tony Olalere, Mike 
Fefegula, Sam Abuka, Javed 
Bhatti; Row 2: Thu Dang, Kathy 
Labe, Gitta Bahador, Lily 
Rastegar, Tu Duong, Ha Uong; 
Row 3: Vu Nguyen, Cindy 
Miller, Dr. Robert Ziegler, 
Joseph Egbunu, Bacary Toure, 
Agundo Mnenga, Ben Otieno, 
Abdul Moosa, Tony Olubiyo, 
Abraham Zuniga, Chau Duong, 
David Aliang. 




MED-TECH 
CLUB 



Row 1 : Beth Grumbine, Suzette 
Desjardin, Laurette Schuler, Kathy Jones, 
Nancy Mason; Row 2: Donna Short, 
Stacie McAloose, Debbie Novobilski; Row 
3: Linda McCullough, Cindy Cooley, 
Teresa Simpson, Sue Kerlin. 



MARKETING 
CLUB 



Officers: Jay DiRico, Nancy Koerwer, 
Art Thomas, John Frantz. 





yr. NEWMAN CLUB 



Row 1: Steve Cerreto, Jeanna Clark, Cyndi 
Lenker, Genny Gill, Father Michael Grab, 
Robyn Pollina, Eileen Floriani; Row 2: Mike 
Pizzi, Donna Fitzpatrick, Doris Weisert. 







OUTDOOR CLUB 

Row 1: Dane McAlpine, Pam Lawrence, 

Genny Gill, Sue Bolle, Mark England; Row 2: 

Jeanne Loeffler, Jeff McCloy, Sharon 

Kurowski, Deb Hoffer, Jean Garman, Chuck 

Thornley, Deanne Starr; Row 3: Steve 

Shubert, Joanne Kennedy, Nancy Hertel, 

Faith Bernard, Lynn Dietrich, Maureen 

O'Brien, Roger Sayre, Bob Morton; Row 4: 

Mr. Muston, Diane Cortellessa, Colleen 

O'Keefe, Dana Buterbaugh, Chris Mruk, Julie 

Murphy, Sandy Mack, Deb Fenninger, Walt 

Yeager, Carol Simback; Row 5: Dave 

Bradley, Gary Newton, Carey Smith, Bill 

Wood, Polly Oldis. Kathy Merel, Karen 

Mitchell, Linda Torgusen. 



O.T. CLUB 

Row 1 : Jody Wertz, Kim Witovsky, 
Sue MacLean, Terri Carbone, Mary 
Alice Billy, Julie Snick, Margie 
Ducato, Jenny Hart, Judy Menosky, 
Genny Gill: Row 2; Gay Detweiler, 
Jeanine Shirtz, Annette Warrell, 
Emily Meibohm, Gail Redding, 
Cathy Thomas, Cathy Kipp, Julie 
Rankin, Bernie Wilk, Kathy 
Gallagher, Mary Rose Frey; Row 3: 
Mary Beth Waltman, Mary Ann 
Geiger, Monica Colgan, Mike Pizzi, 
Cathy Gumbert, Karen Meagher, 
Sue Waggoner, Janet Vogel, Lisa 
Landis, Ann Henshaw, Donna 
Walton, Julie Milanck, Jean Burton, 
Michelle Eck; Row 4: Jeanna 
Clark, Cindy Neil, Sue Rowett, 
Laurie Brookes, Karen Bentzel, 
Chris Lofstrom, Ruth Richmond, 
Julie Metcalf, Sharon Grunow, 
Holly Carmint, Annette Mormille, 
Sandy Mack, Carol Heisner, Susan 
Snee, Sharon Hess, Mary Muhick, 
Karen Werner, Tracy Lloyd. 





BSSmUHH 

SOCIETY 
OF 

PHYSICS 
STUDENTS 



Row 1 : E. Jane Valas; Row 2: 
Steve Geyer, Ken Creighton, Al 
Pagan, Dave Martin 




P.S.E.A. 



Row 1 : Susan Densten 
(publicity), Todd Brown. Lynne 
McGhee, Mary Lynn Geesaman, 
Kathy Goodman (activities), 
Randy McCarty (Sec), Jude 
Bervinchak, Row 2: Caryn 
Singley. Sue Hineline. Janice 
Rohland. Elizabeth Cale(Pres), 
Aileen Burdge. Ruth Anne Lee, 
Connie Bahn, Barb McCoy. 



POLITICAL 

SCIENCE 

CLUB 



Row 1 Marcia Kessler (Treas .). Janet 

Dowdy (Sec ). Robert Frame (Pres ). 

Jeff Tamburro (V P.); Row 2: Luanne 

Barnes. Kirk Dawson, Karen 

Princiotta. Kirk Moore, John Frantz. 

Gary Wylde, Gene Kirchner 





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PRE-MED 
CLUB 

Row 1 : Dennis Dougherty, 
Craig Fultz (Pres), Joyce 
Barnett, Debbie 
Fogelsanger. Bob Deimler, 
Mary Schmidt (V P.); Row 2: 
Lisa Aukamp (Treas). 
Donna Duquette, Teresa 
Rowe. Carol Richman, 
Kathleen Rehfuss, Raelene 
Maser, Sharon Kurowski, 
Sue Kozak, Barry 
DiGuiseppe. Matt Reabold; 
Row 3 Gary Newton, 
Markus Wegner, Barry 
Herman, Mike Kondash, 
Christopher Smith, Abdul 
Moosa, Doug Haas. Javed 
Bhatti. James Dively 
(advisor). 




PSI CHI 
CLUB 



PSYCH- 
OLOGY 
CLUB 



Row 1: Sue Morgenson, Wendy 

Flanders, Susan Weber (V. P.). 

Wendy Moyer (Pres), Ginny 

Pack, John Horn; Row 2: Tim 

Nickel. Patricia Werner. Brenda 

Barnhart. Chris Cafero. Dr. 

Delbert Ellsworth, Ron Saylor 



Row 1 : Robert Cheung. Jody 
Wertz. Nancy Charles. Ruth 
Ann Kulp; Row 2: Delbert 
Ellsworth. Paul Dennis, 
Steven Anolik. Ron Saylor 
(V.P./Treas.), Paula Mehler, 
Ginny Pack (Pres), Dr 
Guido R. Zanni. 





RELIGION/ 

PHILOSOPHY 

CLUB 



Row 1: Ellen Anthony. Mary Ellen 
Houseal. Row 2: David Hollinger. Dr 
Austin Ritterspach, James Mahan, Toshio 
Numaguchi. 




SIGMA 

LAMBDA 

SIGMA 



Row 1 Jane Valas, Jenny Rezin; Row 
2: Anne Denney, Jody Wertz, Julie 
Meiler; Row 3: Maggie Heim, Cathy 
Gumbert. Karen Werner, Bev Piscitelli. 
Absent Joanne Loney, Cathy Gust, 
Lynn Hambright. 



SOCK AND 
BUSKIN 



On floor Dean Boyer; Row 1 Ellen 

Judd, Joanette Eberhart, Donna Hill, 

Kathy Liberator!, Kris Heim, Glenna 

Murphy; Row 2; Anita Patton. Aileen 

Fink, Sue Borowski. Dr Jack 

Sederholm, Melinda Osmon, Tanya 

Kowalchuck, Jill Boyer. 





WWEC 



Row 1: Glenna Murphy, Donna 
Rtzpatrick, Evelyn Johnson, Dottie 
King, Nancy Coyne. Gaye Travis; Row 
2: Tom Showers. Don Anderson, Rick 
Zmuda, Joe Fritz, Woody 
Rothenberger, Joan Paviglianiti, 
Lorene Dougherty. Timothy Nickel; 
Row 3: Tom Galloway, Doug Webb, 
Doug Palasky, Gary Baker, Eric 
Selvey, Don Smith; Row 4 John 
Perkins, Mike Anderson, Brian Carroll, 



CHORALE 



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Row 1 ; Beth Helman, Gayle 
Hayes, Elaine Schauren, 
Gretchen Nettling, Ellen Judd, 
Barbara Hertel, Anita Patton; 
Row 2: Laine Heltebrodle, 
Dennis Dougherty. Eugene 
DeSantis, Cris Dinsmore, Keith 
Smith, Allen Artz. Row 3: 
Suzanne Tessier, Dave 
Hollinger, Yvonne Dockey, Dan 
Murphy, Holly Baker, Peggy 
Ackerson, Bob Slamp. 



M.E.N.C. 



Row 1: Ellen Judd, Annette 

Murray. Liz Baker. Jenny 

Shultz; Row 2: Lynne Bisbing. 

Holly Baker. Joy Little. Jill 

Page, Tammy Weaver, Diane 

Artz; Row 3: Dr. Darrell Douglas 

(advisor), Bob Slamp, Yvonne 

Dockey. Mike Yasenchak, Allen 

Artz, Beth Helman 





CHEER- 
LEADERS 



Row 1: Belinda Huber, Donna Russell. 
Row 2: Beth Whitacre, Vickie Overly, 
Brenda Kreider (captain), Amy Dubbs 
(captain), Marcia Bear, Susie Wright; 
Row 3; Cheryl Bonsell. 



ELIZABETHTOWN CLARINET QUARTET 



Diane Artz 
Aileen Burdge 
Janet Graham 
Sue MacLean 



CONCERT BAND 



ELIZABETHTOWN JAZZ BAND 



Saxes: 

Keith Smith 

Janet Graham 

Donna Hoffman 

Yvonne Dockey 

Holly Baker 
Trumpets: 

Don Witman (Student Director) 

Phyllis Kreamer 

Paul Steinweg 

Darryl Brown 

Ronald Saylor 
Trombones: 

David Longsderff 

John Bittner 

Robert Slamp 

Dwayne Weaver 

Carenda Baker 

David Holinger 
Piano: 

Allen Artz 
Drums: 

Michael Hess 
Bass: 

James Haines 
Vocalist: 

Ellen Judd 






Flutes 


Contra Clarinet 


Bar/tones 


Deborah Crouse 


Gary Baker 


♦Allen Artz 


Anne Denney 




Carenda Baker 


Kim Kreitzer 


Bassoons 


Beth Grumbine 


Barbara Little 


Lori Fox 


Julie Rankin 


Pam Lourincz 


*E. Jane Valas 




Maureen Lyon 






Gretchen Nettling 




Trombones 


Polly Oldis 


Alto Saxophone 


John Bittner 


Wanda Williams 


Deborah Huffman 


Mark Kleinfelter 




Eric Selvey 


Dave Longsderff 




Kent Whiting 


Robert Slamp 
Dwayne Weaver 


Oboes 


Tenor Saxophone 




Tina DiStasio 


Yvonne Dockey 




Brenda Kreider 


Arlissa Saiamone 


Tubas 


Deborah Lebo 




Scott Casey 


Suzanne Schreiber 


Bari Saxophone 


tsteven Grubb 




♦Holly Baker 


David Hollinger 


Michael Shank 






Clarinets 


Horns 




•Diane Artz 


♦••Linda Galella 




Aileen Burdge 


♦James Haines 


String Bass 


Cindy Cooley 


Melanie Heinz 


♦Diane Burkey 


Connie Coons 


Belinda Huber 




Nelda Fink 


Ellen Judd 




Annette Fox 


tLisa Keller 


Percussion 


Bill Jordan 


Janice Wealand 


Lynne Bisbing 


•Susan MacLean 


Michael Yasenchak 


Michael Hess 


Janet Shapiro 




Joy Little 


Catherine Starr 


Trumpets 


Loretta Price 


Tammy Yuninger 


Allen Beesley 


Jeff Rothenberger 




Darryl Brown 


Suzanne Tessier 




Jennifer Haifley 


Sue Whitley 


Alto Clarinet 


Denise Hazelwood 




Donna Kafka 


♦Phyllis Kreamer 






Jeffrey Main 


♦Band Staff 




♦♦Ronald Saylor 


tHigh School Stud 


Bass Clarinets 


Paul Steinweg 




Judy Seldomridge 


Charles Thornley 


♦♦Chairman 


Keith Smith 


Donald Witman 


♦♦♦Manager 



ELIZABETHTOWN WOODWIND QUINTET 



Polly Oldis 
Suzanne Schreiber 
Janice Wealand 
Lori Fox 
Diane Artz 



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CHORAL UNION 



Ellen Anthony 
Cheryl Borton 
Karol Briggs 
Beth Brodhag 
Dana Buterbaugh 
Christy Butler 
Janet Casebeer 
Dawn Ciancia 
Cindy Cooley 
Diane Cortelessa 
Sue Davis 
Lynn Engle 
Judy Fuller 
Kathy Gorman 
Kathy Grady 
Fran Gross 
Lynn Hazelwood 
Kris Heim 
Nancy Hertel 
Janice Hill 
Elizabeth Huber 
Karen Knight 
Kim Kreitzer 
Licia Leomporra 
Pam Lorinez 
Nancy Mason 
Nancy Mertz 
Karen Mitchell 
Margery Montgomery 
Annette Murray 
Krista Musselman 
Angie Nelson 
Jill Page 

Sandra Postupack 
Leslie Powell 
Sue Schmidt 
Debbie Snavely 
Sue Snee 
Melissa Stufft 
Marion Sulyok 
Tammy Weaver 
Tammy Yuninger 






CHORALE 



Alan Artz III 
Holly Baker 
Mike Carraher 
Gene DeSantis 
Cris Dinsmore 
Yvonne Dockey 
Dennis Dougherty 
Gayle Hayes 
Beth Helman 
Barb Hertel 
Laine Hertelbridle 
Dave Hollinger 
Dan Murphy 
Gretchen Nettling 
Anita Patton 
Elaine Schauren 
Robert Slamp 
Sue Tessier 



ri&fet 



Peggy Ackerson 
Allen Artz III 
Elizabeth Baker 
Holly Baker 
Judy Barger 
Randi Bartells 
Darryl Brown 
Mike Carraher 
Connie Coons 
Eugene DeSantis 
Cris Dinsmore 
Yvonne Dockey 
Linda Espenshade 
Linda Galella 
James Haines 
Theron Hardic 
Gayle Hayes 
Beth Helman 
Barb Hertel 
Laine Hertlebridle 
Donna Hill 
Carla Hofmann 
Ellen Judd 
Jim Mahan 



CONCERT CHOIR 



Randy Malick 
Barb McCoy 
Daniel Murphy 
Karen Myers . 
Gretchen Nettling 
Anita Patton 
Nancy Pederson 
Cheryl Peterson 
Jerry Peterson 
Michael Pizzi 
Sandra Postupack 
Wade Pratt 
Marcia Rebman 
Dana Reese 
Donna Sheaffer 
Robert Slamp 
Keith Smith 
Michael Stoudt 
Suzanne Tessier 
Charles Thornly 
Don Witman 
Dale Ziegler 
Doreen Ziegler 







SCHLOSSER 

DORM 

COUNCIL 



Row 1 : Carrie Billbrough (Sec), Sue 
Kozak (Pres), Joanne Kocserha, Connie 
Bahn, Anne Gallant; Row 2: Susan 
Densten (Soc. Functions Rep .), Mary 
Lynn Geesaman (V.P ), Jan Clifford, 
Genny Gill, Jeanne Koury; Row 3: Mary 
Schmidt (Treas), Mary Lynn Ward. Mary 
Jo Loftus. Joann Coruzzi 



SSER 
RA's 


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1 SI V^l 



Left to right: Robin Dodge, Lynne 
McGhee, Lisa Aukamp. Deb GosnelL 





OBER R.A.'s 



Left to right: George Eveler, Scott Jones, 
Bob Frame, Jerry Davis (AC), Art 
Thomas, Dave Reineger, Roger Hoerl. 




MYER 

DORM 

COUNCIL 



Row 1 : Colette Koch 

(Treas), Cindy Marx, 

Dotty Donovan, Carolyn 

Marks, Marilyn Morrissey 

(Pres); Row 2: Judy 

Menosky (Sec). Judy 

Seldomridge. Absent: 

Lisa Lang, Barb Hertel 

(V.P.). 




FOUNDERS 

DORM 

COUNCIL 



Row 1: Kim Plovish, Steve Buck, Row 2: 
Mike Pizzi, Kathy Grace, Janet Hoehn, 
Bessette, Amy Dubbs, Kris Guers, Row 3: 
Melissa Mullin, Mary Kay Preston, Cathy 
Gumbert. 




ROYER 

DORM 

COUNCIL 



Row 1 : Beth Reilly (Treas ). Jenny 
Smith. Evelyn Kuester; Row 2: 
Linda Sheffield, Linda Blanchett, 
Sue Coney, Barb Bentz. Patricia 
Werner (Pres ), Robin Gleim (Sec). 



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CO-OP R.A 




Left to right Bob Lamb. Sue Waggoner, 
Michelle Eck. Sue Beshore, Tanya 
Kowalchuk. 



ROYER R.A.'S 



Left to right: Ellen Judd. Joyce Goforth. 
Jerry Davis (A.C.). Kim Killmer, Donna 
Walton, Row 2: Doreen Ziegler, Eileen 
Hozella 



MYER R.A.'S 



Row 1 Stacie McAloose, Barb Hertel, 
Jerry Davis (AC); Row 2: Suzanne 
Kerlin. Maureen O'Brien. Ann Foley. 




CLASS OFFICERS 




SENIOR CLASS 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Row 1: Barry Llellwyn (Pres); Row 2: Kim Killmer (Sec), Mary Left to right: Lori Scillen (Pres). Sue Borowski (V.P ), Barb Wightman 
Schmidt (V.P). Terry Gordon (Treas.) (Sec). Marie Francks (Treas.). 




FRESHMAN 
CLASS 



Left to right: Julie Murphy (Pres), Cindy Stetler 
(V.P.), Bill Shugars (Treas), Laurie Stetler 
(Sec). 




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VARSITY SOCCER 



The 1978 varsity soccer team finished 
another winning season with a record of 
twelve wins, three losses, and three ties. 
This record gave the Blue Jays the 
Middle Atlantic Conference Northern Di- 
vision West Title. The only losses were a 
3-2 decision to tough Philadelphia Tex- 
tile and two losses to Scranton in the 
MAC and NCAA regional playoffs. 
Although the Jays beat Scranton in 
regular season play, they had trouble 
with them in championship games. The 
varsity squad fell to their rival Scranton 
team in the Northern Division MAC 
championship game and again in the 
NCAA regional playoff. This was the fifth 
time in three years that Scranton had 
beaten the Elizabethtown team to take 
away a championship. Scranton has 
earned three MAC titles and two NCAA 
crowns at the Blue Jays' expense. With 
the help of seniors Bill Biegalski, Gary 
Christopher, Scott Frazier, Phil Good, 
Bob Scotten, and Fred Smith, the team 
booted home 65 goals this season while 
restricting their opponents to 20 goals. 
The Blue Jays lost each game by only 
one goal and scored in every single 
game. Defensively, the squad posted six 
shutouts, including one against Scran- 
ton. Leading scorer for the Jays was 
Scott Mack with 15 goals and 7 assists. 
Following closely were Dennis Waddell 
with 7 goals and 8 assists and Bob Scot- 
ten with 5 goals and 6 assists. The team 
has six players named to the Northern 
Division First Team of the 1978 MAC 
Soccer All Star Team. Forwards Dennis 
Waddell (Jr.), Mike Fefegula (Soph.), Joe 
Harriger (Soph.), backs Gary Christ- 
opher (Sr.), and Phil Good (Sr.), were all 
named to the first team. Junior Chuck 
Hart received Honorable Mention. Senior 
co-captain Phil Good was named MAC'S 
Most Valuable Player. With all the talent 
and potential in the team's young play- 
ers, the Blue Jays should have another 
outstanding record next season. 




1st row: Scott Frazier, Scott Mack Willoughby, Jeff Russell. Gary Christopher, Phil Good, 
Dennis Waddell. Tom Ferron, Dan Kilby, Coach Owen Wright 2nd row: Joe Harriger. Bob 
Scotten, Stan Tyson, Mike Fefegula. Jerry Futer. Chuck Hart, Bill Olesky, Niall McKnight, 
Fred Smith. Bill Biegalski 



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3 Oneonta 

2 Un. of Delaware 

6 Muhlenberg 

4 Gettysburg 

2 Phila. Textile 

5 Dickinson 

4 Washington & Lee 

2 Scranton 

2 Trenton State 

2 Susquehanna 

8 Wilkes 

7 Albright 

8 Lycoming 

2 West Chester 

4 Bucknell 

1 Franklin & Marshall 
MAC Playoff 

1 Scranton 

NCAA Regional Playoff 

2 Scranton 









J. V. SOCCER 




1st row: Mike Knox, Dane McAlpine, Ray Tierney. Dean Glick. Tim Splane, Elkin Zapata, Jim 
Cavanaugh. 2nd row: Orlando Rodriques, Paul Sergi. Odilon Rodriques, Bill Algeo, Ocelsio 
Rodriques, Rory Schumpert. Bob Garone, John Perkins, Bruce Rowe. 3rd row Coach Joe 
Whitmore, Rob Gosman, Mark Spaseff. Don Hannahs, Buba Toure, Rich Terry, John Holcombe. 
Paul Ruggieri, Don Lawler, Tom Miriello, Tommy Define 4th row: Andy Silverman. 




EC 




OPP 


1 


Un. of Delaware 





4 


Messiah 


1 


4 


Gettysburg 


2 


6 


Dickinson 


1 





Franklin & Marshall 


1 


7 


Susquehanna 





10 


Scranton 





5 


Montgomery County 


2 





Franklin & Marshall 


2 


2 


West Chester 








Bucknell 


1 


4 


Juniata 


3 



VOLLEYBALL 




The Elizabethtown intercollegiate ath- 
letic program was expanded with the 
addition of a new fall sport in women's 
volleyball. Under the coaching of1975 E- 
town graduate, Jack Snader, the new 
team had to devote much time to learn- 
ing the basic skills. In its initial season of 
play the Blue Jay team won two of its 
nine games. The squad consisted of 19 
members who made up both a varsity 
and a junior varsity team. The two vic- 
tories posted by the varsity team came 
about from two exciting matches. In the 
first match, Susquehanna won the first 
game 15-11, but the Jays came back to 
win the next two games, 15-1 and 15-9. 
The second victorious match came as 
the team rallied to beat York Penn State 
in two straight games, 15-5 and 17-15. 
With a year's experience behind them 
now, the team is expected to have a 
better record next year. 




VARSITY - 1st row: Lori Snelhng (Manager), Sylvia Kl 
Peggy Parker, Lisa McDade. 2nd row: Annette Mormile, 
Zerfing, Rhonda Heindel. Coach Jack Snader 

64 



ng, Laura Anthony, Kathy Tyszka, 
Rob King, Pat Crossland, Valerie 




EC 




OPP 





Franklin & Marshall 


3 





Western Maryland 


3 
3 
3 


2 


Dickinson 


o 


York 


2 


Susquehanna 


1 


o 


Messiah 


3 


o 


Gettysburg 


3 


2 


York Penn State 








Catonsville Junior College 


2 

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JV — 1st row: Lisa Groft, Dot Connelly, Deb Johnson, 2nd row: Lori Snelling 
(Manager), Mary Simansky. Nancy Mertz, Betsy Wetzel. Peggy Fox, June Robinson, 
Use Kling, Coach Jack Snader. 

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FIELD HOCKEY 




MAC CHAMPIONS 






Field hockey brought another 
championship to E-town as the Jayg- 
als romped to a 13-3 season record 
and clinched the Middle Atlantic and 
Penn-Mar Conference titles. Ranked 
within the top twelve field hockey 
teams from Delaware, Maryland, New 
Jersey, and Pennsylvania, the varsity 
team then entered the EAIAW region- 
al tournament for the first time. The 
team lost their first game there to 
Ursinus 1-0 in a close contest, but 
came back to beat Millersville in the 
consolation game. Overall, the vic- 
torious field hockey team netted 61 
goals while limiting their opponents to 
26 goals. Junior Joan Albright was the 
top scorer for the second consecutive 
season with 18 goals. Following her 
closely were junior Lorrie Fisher with 
16 goals and sophomore Connie 
Chronister with 12 goals. The team 
will be losing senior co-captains Beth 
Bowers and Lynn Hambright who 
both led the Jaygals defensively. The 
future looks bright for next season 
with talent and experience returning. 




VARSITY — 1st row: Jenny Henise. Phyllis Shope. Beth Bowers. Lynn Hambright. Joann List; 
2nd row: Lori Fisher. Debbie Menhardt, Gen Bradley. Joan Albright, Nancy Hahn, Connie 
Chronister. Coach Yvonne Kauffman. 

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EC 




OPP 





Lock Haven 


7 


4 


Messiah 





4 


East Stroudsburg 


1 


2 


Lebanon Valley 


1 






Western Maryland 


6 


Albright 


1 


4 


Dickinson 





7 


York 


1 


4 


Gettysburg 





4 


Franklin & Marshall 


2 


4 


Shippensburg 








Millersville 
MAC Semifinal 


2 


8 


Delaware Valley 
MAC Final 


1 


1 


Franklin & Marshall 
Tie won by E-town on pen 
shots 8-6 
EAIAW Regional 


1 
alty 





Ursinus 
EAIAW Consolation 


1 


3 


Millersville 


2 










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JV — 1st row Maureen Connelly, Dawn Eveler. Jeanne Kennedy, Diane Huber. Cindy Bollinger, 
Mel Metzger, Patty Sanderson. 2nd row: Sue Barta, Sue Rankin, Marianne Tozak, Becky Blair, 
Anne Shillmgford, Bonita Lighty. Teresa Simpson, Chris Lefin, Cindy Black. Coach Darlene 
Hershey 








MEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



EC 



OPP 





Sponaugle Tournament 




56 


Franklin & Marshall 


72 


89 


Millersville 


71 


78 


Millersville 


83 


74 


Delaware Valley 


40 


46 


Franklin & Marshall 


79 


72 


Susquehanna 


61 


87 


Allegheny 


76 


62 


Albright 


58 


70 


Juniata 


66 


79 


Kings 


86 


64 


Widener 


55 


42 


Wilkes 


55 


55 


Albright 


58 


61 


Susquehanna 


51 


68 


FDU-Madison 


52 


74 


Lycoming 


65 


60 


Phila. Textile 


59 


65 


Lebanon Valley 


55 


72 


Juniata 


54 


57 


Scranton 


58 


65 


Wilkes 


54 


50 


Lycoming 
MAC Playoff 


69 


79 


Scranton 


65 


45 


Albright 
NCAA Regional 


41 


58 


Grove City 


53 


59 


Franklin & Marshall 


60 



The Blue Jay basketball team maintained 
the Elizabethtown winning tradition for the 
fourth straight year. The team played host to 
the Middle Atlantic Conference Northern 
Division playoffs. On their home court, the 
Blue Jays won the title after defeating 
Scranton and Albright. Selected for the NCAA 
regional final at Albright College, the 
unranked Elizabethtown team upset 10th 
ranked Grove City to move to the finals with 
Franklin and Marshall. Time seemingly ran out 
for the Blue Jays in the final game when 
Franklin and Marshall, with two seconds left 
to play, scored on a free throw to break the 
59-59 tie. The Jays finished their season with 
a 17-9 record. Juniors Doug Brown and Leon 
Carswell led the team in scoring with 
averages of 17.7 and 16.4 respectively. Brown 
hit for his 1000th career point during the 
Grove City game and earned a place in the 
All-Tourney team. Next season the Jays will 
miss the talents of senior Bernie Krupa, but 
look forward to another winning season. 







VARSITY — 1st row; Leon Carswell, Mark Chadwick, Mark Weaver. Bernie Krupa. Joe 
Baranko, Doug Brown, Joe Harriger. 2nd row: Coach Don Smith. Brian Moran, Jon 
Vitarius. Jack Llewellyn, Gary Verazin, Carrie Billbrough (stats). Jan Clifford (stats). 
Gay Graham (stats), Coach Dan Reitmeyer. 



MAC NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




Varsity — 1st row: Lee Ann Chelak, Beth Peiffer, Lynne Titus, Denise Beck. Tess Tulley. 2nd 
row: Geri Bradley. Kathy Palubinsky, Rob King. Donna Mulder, Beverly Hall, Coach Yvonne 
Kauftman. 



The women's basketball team once again posted a 
victorious season this year. The Jaygirls finished the 
season with an outstanding 19-5 record. The team 
started their winning streak by taking 1st place in the 
Messiah tournament. The squad lost last year's 
leading scorer, sophomore Gen Bradley, early in the 
season when she suffered a knee injury in the fifth 
game. Before the injury which took her out of action 
for the rest of the season. Geri had added 93 points to 
boost her career scoring total to 775 points, a new 
Elizabethtown record. Balanced scoring was the key 
element to the Jaygals' successful season. Scoring 
high for the team were freshman Denise Beck followed 
closely by sophomore Beth Peiffer, Junior Rob King, 
and freshmen Bev Hall, Donna Mulder, and Lynne 
Titus. When the ball team defeated Franklin and 
Marshall, the Jaygals became the 1978-79 Penn Mar 
Conference Champions. The Middle Atlantic 
Conference crown eluded the squad as they fell to 
Widener in the opening round of the championship 
tournament. During the season, the Elizabethtown 
team outscored their opponents by more than 500 
points. The Jaygals netted a total of 1.824 points to 
their opponents' 1,292. In addition, the Blue Jays 
posted at least 60 points against their opponents in 
every game but one. Defensively, the team allowed 
their opponents to exceed that 60 point level only 
eight times. A new team scoring record of 115 points 
was set in a game against Dickinson. More than half of 
the Blue Jay team were freshmen this year. Only one 
Jaygal, Rob King, will be a senior next year. With all 
these talent-laden athletes returning and high scoring 
Geri Bradley back in action, the winning tradition of 
the women's basketball team will most certainly be 
continued next year. 





Penn Mar Champions 




EC OPP 

Messiah Tournament 

99 Dickinson 23 

74 Messiah 62 

Bridgewater Tournament 

71 Bridgewater 73 

74 Eastern Mennonite 65 



50 


Shippensburg 


61 


69 


Widener 


71 


97 


Juniata 


58 


60 


Bucknell 


66 


81 


Gettysburg 


46 


81 


Delaware Valley 


43 


83 


Albright 


56 


69 


Susquehanna 


37 


115 


Dickinson 


37 


101 


Lebanon Valley 


36 


70 


Messiah 


50 


85 


Upsala 


81 


73 


Western Maryland 


49 


67 


Franklin & Marshall 


56 


78 


Wilkes 


52 


114 


Lycoming 


37 




MAC Playoff 




89 


Albright 
MAC Tournament 


48 


70 


Widener 


75 


61 


Millersville 


55 




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JV — 1st row: Connie Chronister, Lynn Hambright. Maureen Connelly, Cheryl 
McFadden, Mary Kohut- 2nd row: Sue Coney, Jan Malesic. Becky Blair, Mary Lou 
Regan, Mary Simansky, Coach Wally Kisthardt. 



WRESTLING 



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Another winning season was 
posted by the Elizabethtown's 
wrestling team. The Blue Jays 
wound up the season with a 10-5 
dual meet record, finishing third 
in MAC tournament team 
scoring. For the first time, the 
team had three MAC champions 
in one season. Junior Jude 
Bervinchak, the MAC defending 
champion, held onto his title in 
the 134 pound competition. 
Juniors Duane Maurer and Gary 
Schieb captured titles at 142 and 
150 pounds respectively. 
Freshman Kurt Anderson 
captured an individual third 
place and joined the three title 
holders in California for the 
NCAA national tournament. The 
Blue Jays will lose senior Dave 
Reiniger next season. However, 
with the returning MAC 
champions and the talent of the 
rest of the wrestlers, the team 
should have another winning 
season. 




1st row: Mike Doerr, Andy Maurer, Jude Bervinchak, Duane Maurer. Kurt Anderson, Gary 
Schieb; 2nd row: Mark Spaseff, Pete Roland, Dave Reiniger, Don Chapman, Dave Lehman, 
Scott Pierce. 










EC 




OPP 


39 


Ursinus 


11 


39 


Moravian 


14 


12 


Swarthmore 


33 


26 


Gettysburg 


18 


42 


Widener 


6 


38 
32 


Albright 


12 


Susquehanna 


17 


28 


Towson 


12 


19 


York 


28 


36 


Johns Hopkins 


9 


22 


Delaware Valley 


28 


10 


Lycoming 


34 


33 


Juniata 


15 


34 


Lebanon Valley 


12 


6 


Millersville 


42 







EC 

8 



2 
2 
6 
7 
7 
6 
3 
3 
3 
5 
4 
4 
6 

10 
2 
5 



M^HM 





OPP 


Ursinus 


4 


Franklin & Marshall 


7 


Wilkes 


5 


Wilkes 


4 


UMBC 


14 


UMBC 


3 


Millersville 


8 


Susquehanna 


1 


Susquehanna 


5 


Lebanon Valley 


2 


West Chester 


8 


Widener 


2 


Juniata 


3 


Juniata 





Dickinson 
Albright 


9 

1 


Albright 


3 


MAC West Playotf 




Wilkes 


7 



1st row: Tom Ferron, Doug Hufsey. Randy Coldiron, Dave Doherty. Coach Owen 
Wright. 2nd row: Perry Owen, Rick Shadel, Wayne McCullough, Kevin Jacoby, Dave 
Oblender, Mike Riley, Richard Dolan, Jeff Forbes 3rd row: Tom Bailey, Mike Sensenig, 
Gary Wylde, Jerry Futer. Don Lawler, Jim Templeton. 



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Another fine season was posted 
by the Blue Jay baseball team. The 
Jays finished the regular 
conference season deadlocked 
with Wilkes College in first place. It 
seemed as if another title would be 
won for E-town, but the squad had 
the championship snatched away 
from them in a close game. The 
Jays finished the season with an 
overall 12-7 record, going 6-3 in 
Middle Atlantic Conference play. 
Leading hitter for the season was 
first baseman Gary Wylde with a 
.333 average. The Blue Jays lose 
five seniors from the squad 
including co-captains Randy 
Coldiron and Rob Meier. Other 
seniors are outfielder Dave Doherty, 
second baseman Doug Hufsey, and 
first baseman Rick Quinn. However, 
on the brighter side, E-town will 
return catchers Jeff Forbes and 
Rick Shadel and the entire pitching 
staff of Will Senn, Jerry Futer, Don 
Lawler, and freshmen Kevin 
Jacoby, Mike Riley, Andy Mehalko, 
Wayne Humphries, and Tom Bailey. 
Also returning will be third 
baseman Wayne McCullough who 
hit three homers, had 17 hits and 
scored 17 runs during the season. 





1st row: Beth Matthews. Cindy Matulay, Lynn Hambright, Melanie Metzger, E. Jane 
Valas. Jill Yeatman, Connie Chronister; 2nd row: Joanne Loney, Deanne Starr, Stan 
Tyson, Debbie Menhardt, Anne Shillingford, Kathy Maser, Betsy Wetzel, Mary 
Simansky, Becky Blair 




SOFTBALL 




EC 




OPP 


13 


Franklin & Marshall 


6 


6 


Susquehanna 


7 


21 


Messiah 


10 


2 


Shippensburg 


10 


10 


Shippensburg 


17 


7 


Albright 


5 


14 


MSC 


12 


5 


York 


7 



1st row: Mary Ellen Zizos, Bonita Lighty, Sandra Hess. Denise Beck, Cynthia Bollinger. Kathy 
Tyszka, Beth Peiffer, Coleen O'Keefe, Sue Wiatroski; 2nd row: Faith Bernard, Beth Bowers, 
Susan Kozak, Karen Jones, Beverly Hall, Sue Barta, Geri Bradley, Melissa Mullin, Coach Jack 
Snader. 




MEN'S TENNIS 




EC 




OPP 





Gettysburg 


9 


7 


Millersville 


2 


8 


Ursinus 


1 


6 


Scranton 


3 


9 


Juniata 





8 


Susquehanna 


1 


6 


Phila. Textile 


3 


9 


Lycoming 





8 


Wilkes 


1 


7 


Albright 


2 


1 


Upsala 

V 


8 









With a 5-0 record in the Middle Atlantic Conference, 
the Ehzabethtown men's tennnis team won the MAC 
Northern Division-West title. The division crown 
eluded them however as they fell to Upsala 8-1- After 
losing their season opener, the Blue Jays went on to 
win their next eight encounters. The team ended their 
successful season with a 9-2 overall record. Captain 
Jeff Stauffer lead the team in singles competition with 
a 9-2 season record When Stauffer teamed up with 
Fred Armstrong in doubles competition, the two 
posted a 10-1 season record. The Jays lose three 
senior netman including top-seeded Armstrong along 
with Mark Schmidt and John Quinn. Hopefully talented 
freshmen will fill the vacancies so the team can enjoy 
another winning season. 



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NORTH-WEST CHAMPS 




Left to right: Dave Kelly. Mark Schmidt. John Quinn, Mike Endy, Fred Armstrong. Jeff Kitsock. 
Jeff Stauffer. Coach Bob Garrett 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 



EC OPP 

3 Franklin & Marshall 4 

5 Shippensburg 2 

2 Gettysburg 5 

6 Scranton 1 

7 York 

3 Bucknell 4 
7 Dickinson 

6 Western Maryland 1 

7 Albright 
7 Millersville 



The women's team improved on last 
year's 6-3 record by posting a 7-3 tally for 
the season. The Jaygals proved their 
strength by shutting out four of their oppo- 
nents. Both Nancy Wilkins and Kathy Keller 
finished the season with 8-2 records. The 
two teamates paired up to win the MAC 
championship in doubles competition at 
Franklin and Marshall. The two top-seeded 
singles players, Jo Wetzler and Jenny 
Haifley, also competed at the MAC'S. Post- 
ing outstanding records for the season 
were singles player Kathy Nitterhouse (9- 
1). The Jaygals lose only one senior, Mag- 
gie Maples, from the squad, so the team 
should continue their winning ways. 






Left to right: Linda Torgensen, Jo Wetzler, Lisa Groff, Karen Nitterhouse, Coach Yvonne 
Kauffman, Nancy Wilkins, Kathy Keller, Kathy Goodman, Jenny Haifley, Maggie Maples. 



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TRACK AND FIELD 




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OPP 


32 


Juniata 


106 


32 


Dickinson 


43 


35 


Ursinus 


83 


35 


Albright 


63 


52 


York 


75 


52 


Rutgers-camden 


39 


39 


Lebanon Valley 


108 


39 


Baptist Bible 


19 


39 


Messiah 


16 


27 


Frank. & Marsh. 


92 


27 


William & Mary 


62 


81 


Stevens Tech 


56 



Elizabethtown's track and field 
squad finished the season with a 4- 
8 record, but turned in some 
creditable performances despite 
the losing season. As a team, the 
Blue Jays placed sixth in the 
Messiah Invitational. The squad 
also scored wins over Rutgers- 
Camden, Messiah, Baptist Bible, 
and Stevens Tech. Some team 
members turned in some top 
records. During the season, long 
jumper Jim Yeingst broke his own 
school record in that event, leaping 
21 feet and one-half inch. Later in 
the season Yeingst suffered a 
pulled tendon and could not 
compete for the remaining meets. 
Senior Tim Moyer ranked among 
the top MAC performers in the 880 
dash during the season as did 
junior Tim Seager in the pole vault. 
Team members Tim Seager, Don 
Tyrie, Wade Pratt, Tim Moyer, Bob 
Berlin, Cliff Renyo, and Brad Poore 
qualified and competed in the MAC 
meet at Ursinus College. 




1st row: Jon Elleworth, Bob Berlin, Rodger Sayre, Diane Huber, Don Tyrie, Tim Moyer, 
Suzette Desjardin, Keith Meckley; 2nd row: Coach Lee Evinger. Jim Schlosser, Cliff Renyo. 
Sue Waggoner, John Pappas, Brad Poore. Jim Yeingst, Dave Bradley, Keith Shelley, Jim 
Frisbie, Dan Noyes, Wade Pratt, Tom Dmochowski, Tim Seager. 




SWIMMING 



Elizabethtown swimmers suffered a 
disappointing season brought on chiefly 
by inexperience and a lack of team 
members. The Blue Jay team competed 
as a coed squad following the men's 
schedule. The team dropped its first five 
dual meets. After more members 
dropped out, competition seemed im- 
practical and the remainder of the dual 
meet season was canceled. The swim- 
mers did take part in the Tri-State Inter- 
collegiate's Swimming and Diving Cham- 
pionships at York College. Senior Barry 
Llewellyn finished sixth in a field of 17 in 
the diving competition next season. 



1st row: Coach Tulley, Suzette Desjardin, Sandy Rohr, Judy Seldomridge: 2nd row: 
Barry Llewellyn, Scott Baker, Tim Brenneman. 

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Ms. Abby H. Abildness 
Instructor of Occupational Therapy 





Dr. Steven A. Anolik 
Visiting Lecturer in Psychology 



Mr. David A. Barger 
Assistant Professor of Music 




Dr. Steven C. Behrendt 
Instructor of English 





Mr. Edgar T. Bitting 
Professor of Business 



Ms. Louise B. Black 
Associate Professor of English 




Mr. Ernest A. Blaisdell, Jr. 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 




Mr. Edward R. Bleau 
Assistant Professor of Business 




Mr. I. L. Bossier 
Professor of Mathematics 




Mr. Stanley K. Bowers 
Associate Professor of Education 




Dr. Jay R. Buffenmyer 
Associate Professor of Business 
Associate Department Chairman 




Dr. Carl A. Callenbach 
Associate Professor of Education 





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Dr. John A. Campbell, Jr. 
Professor of English 




Dr. Robert C. Cheung 
Associate Professor of Psychology 




Dr. Eugene P. Clemens 

Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy 




Mr. Hubert M. Custer 
Associate Professor of Physics 




Mr. Uldis Daiga 

Associate Professor of Modern 

Languages 




Dr. Paul M. Dennis 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

Department Chairman — 

Spring semester 




Dr. James L. Dively 
Associate Professor of Biology 




Ms. J. Sue Dolan 
Instructor of Business 




Mr. Robert D. Dolan 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 




Dr. Darrell R. Douglas 
Associate Professor of Music 




Dr. J. Thomas Dwyer 

Professor of English 

Department Chairman 




Mr. Russell E. Eisenbise 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

Department Chairman 





This paper was due last semester." 



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Dr. Delbert W. Ellsworth 
Associate Professor of Psychology 




Ms. Martha A. Eppley 

Associate Professor of Economics 

Department Chairman 




Mr. Hugh G. Evans, Jr. 
Associate Professor of Economics 



Mr. Lee E. Evinger 

Assistant Professor of 

Earth Science 




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Dr. Boyd Fox 
Associate Professor of Education 




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Mr. Robert B. Garrett 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




Dr. Donna E. Gaver 
Assistant Professor of Education 





Mr. Jack G. Gillaugh 
Instructor of Business 



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Coach Joe taping in the training room. 




Mr. George A. Gliptis 
Associate Professor of Business 




Dr. John F. Harrison 
Associate Professor of Music 




Ms. Suzanne S. Goodling 
Associate Professor of 

Modern Language 
Department Chairman 




Dr. J. Robert Heckman 

Professor of Biology 

Department Chairman 




Ms. Doris Gordon 
Assistant Professor of 
Occupational Therapy 
Department Chairman 




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Mr. Jack L. Hedrick 
Professor of Chemistry 






Mr. James R. Hightower 
Instructor of Modern Languages 



Ms. Jean F. Hiler 
Instructor of Occupational Therapy 



Dr. Frederic E. Hoffman 
Associate Professor of Biology 




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Dr. Rene C. Hope 

Associate Professor of Physics 

Department Chairman 




SBSsS 

Dr. David A. lacono-Harris 
Assistant Professor of Social Work 



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Ms. Yvonne E. Kauffman 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 





Mr. Otis D. Kitchen 
Associate Professor of Music 



Mr. Donald E. Koontz 
Professor of Mathematics 





Dr. Donald B. Kravbil 
Associate Professor of Sociology 



Ms. Carroll L. Kreider 
Associate Professor of Business 




Mr. John E. Koontz 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 




Dr. J. Kenneth Kreider 

Professor of History 

Department Chairman 




Dr. Robert E. Lamontagne 

Associate Professor of 

Political Science 




Mr. Ronald L. Laughlin 
Associate Professor of Biology 




Dr. J. Henry Long 
Associate Professor of Sociology 




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Dr Dively perfects his surgical techniques 




Mr. R. Bruce Lehr 
Associate Professor of Sociology 




Dr. James E. McVoy, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Department Chairman 




Mr. Henry M. Libhart 

Professor of Art 
Department Chairman 




Mr. Robert K. Morse 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 





The Jay's employees are hard at work. 



Dr. Richard L. Mumford 
Professor of History 






Mr. Donald G. Muston 
Assistant Professor of Business 



Mr. Stanley R. Neyer 
Associate Professor of Business 



Mr. D. Kenneth Ober 
Associate Professor of 

Physical Education 
Department Chairman 






Dr. Rollin E. Pepper 
Professor of Biology 



Dr. Frank P. Polanowski 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



Mr. H. Marshall Pomroy 
Associate Professor of Business 



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Mr. H. Herbert Poole, Jr. 
Assistant Professor of History 






Ms. Zoe G. Proctor 
Professor of Chemistry 




Dr. William Puffenberger 

Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy 




Mr. Barney T. Raffield, III 
Assistant Professor of Business 



Ms. Sharon H. Raffield 
Associate Professor of Social Work 



Dr. John P. Ranck 
Professor of Chemistry 




Dr. D. Paul Rice 
Professor of Education 
Department Chairman 



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Dr. Jobie E. Riley 

Associate Professor of 

Communication Arts 




Dr. Austin D. Ritterspach 
Professor of Religion 

and Philosophy 
Department Chairman 




Ms. Elisabeth D. Russell 
Associate Professor of Engl 





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Dr. Carmine T. Sarracino 
Assistant Professor of English 



Dr. Charles D. Schaeffer, Jr. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




Ms. Reba M Sebelist 
Instructor of Occupational Therapy 




Dr. Jack P. Sederholm 

Assistant Professor of 

Communication Arts 




Dr. Wayne A. Selcher 

Associate Professor of 

Political Science 




Dr. Ronald L. Shubert 

Professor of Mathematics 

Department Chairman 




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Dr. Carl N. Shull 
Professor of Music 




Mr. Harry L. Simmers 
Associate Professor of Music 




Mr. Donald E. Smith 
Associate Professor of 

Communication Arts 
Department Chairman 




Dr. Martin O. L. Spangler 
Professor of Chemistry 
Department Chairman 



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Mr. Donald P. Smith 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




Mr. John W. Stites 
Associate Professor of Music 




Mr. Armon C. Snowden 

Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy 




Dr. Stanley T. Sutphin 

Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy 




Dr. Cheung casts a watchful eye. 




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Dr. William L. Taylor, Jr. 
Instructor of English 







Mr. Glenn H. Thompson, Jr. 

Associate Professor of 

Earth Science 




Dr. Bela Vassady, Jr. 
Associate Professor of History 




Mr. Joseph A. Whitmore, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




Dr. Thomas R. Winpenny 
Associate Professor of History 




Dr. Michael A. Worman 

Associate Professor of 

Political Science 




Dr. Owen L. Wright 
Professor of Physical Education 




Dr. Guido R. Zanni, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Department Chairman— Fall semester 




Dr. Robert E. Ziegler 
Professor of Education 




Dr Sederholm battles the snow 




PRESIDENT 

Mark C. Ebersole 



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PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE 



OFFICE OF DEAN OF FACULTY 



Row 1: Walter Shaw, Mark Ebersole, Gerald Risser; Row 
2: Bruce Wilson, James Yeingst. 



Row 1: Margaret Gabel. Sandra Zerby, Susan 
Przywitowski, Anna Carper; Row 2: John Ofterman, 
Kevin Manning, Donald Neiser, Jane Morton, Bruce 
Wilson, Stanley Bowers. 



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OFFICE OF DEAN OF STUDENTS 

Row 1: Beverly Piscitelli, John Tulley, Royal Snavely, Beth Sweitzer; Row 2: James Hilton, 
Gordon Bateman, Walter Shaw, Jerry Davis, Gerald Peterson. 




OFFICE OF THE TREASURER 

Row 1: Walter Brown, Martha Farver, Donald Yoder; Row 2: 
Wilbur Weaver, Gregory Hill, Gerald Risser, Wayne Boyer, 
Hugh Harris. 

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Left to right: Pauline Ehrgood, James Yeingst, 
Kenneth Baylor. 




PRESIDENTIAL STAFF 

Left to right: Donald Yoder, Martha Farver, 
Mark Ebersole. 




OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT 



Lett to right: Lynn Perry, Robert Young, Linda Langsett- 
Williams. 




OFFICE PERSONNEL AND PARA-PROFESSIONALS 

Row 1: Donna Weidman, Carol Burke, Diana Billet, Carol Warfel, Mary Ann Barley, Joyce Gibbons, 
Dorothy Hamilton, Sarah Jane Raber; Row 2: Jean Beck, Donna Berry, Candace Linn, Angeline 
Sell, Gladys Singer, Helen Myers, Elizabeth Miller, Cynthia Hendrix, Josephine Dalton, Grace Rhen, 
Mary Hill. 



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HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE 



Row 1: Shirley Riggleman, Ruth Beck, Joyce Stauffer, Anna Ruth Mark, Luella Zeamers, Mary 
Williams; Row 2: Walter Brown. David Ebersole, Irwin Eckert, Lester Fackler, Richard Warfel, 
Harry Floyd, Jay Burkins. 

FOOD SERVICES 

Row 1: Sharon Bautista, Sereiny Tan, Rhoda 
Garman, Marian Kedell, Mary Jane Culbertson; Row 
2: Wayne Boyer, Cathy Heisey, Joanne Pinkerton, 
Roy Bender, James Beamenderfer, Gail Hauck, 
Marjorie Conlon; Row 3: Terry Gill, Morris Carnes, 
Susan Lightner, Mary Fuller, Deborah Becker, Mindy 
Lytle. 




DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY 

Row 1: Hugh Harris, Arthur Hornett; Row 2: David Witkovsky, 
Dale Ziegler, Thomas Strickler. 




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A-1- Row 1 Kathy Grady. Kris Heim, LeeAnn Chelak, Jenny Kissel. Licia Leomporra Row 2 
Lorene Dougherty. Suzette Desjardin. Beth Matthews. Belinda Huber. Kris Manwiller, T J 
Harbaugh, Sue Borowski Row 3 Sandy Wagner (and Ralph), Kris Guers. Nancy Benton. Ginger 
Geissler. Diane Cortellessa. Sue Rowett. 




Fnsbee — popular sport 




Wendy Chin 



Never could pull an all-nighter 





A-2 Row 1 Glenna Murphy, Robin Lesher, Evelyn Johnson, Marcia Bear. Susie Wright, Holly 
Barton. Linda Grefe, Marcia Kessler flow 2 Claudia Albanese. Tina Mondscheim, Brenda Mizdail, 
Diane March, Dianne Bessette. Bev Houser. Janet Hoffman, Gretchen Lohse, Liz Barton flow 3 
Chris Kirchner. Kathy Thomas, Wendy Chin, Lisa Coccette, Mary Reid, Karen Jones, Arlene Green, 
Betsy Morris. Louise Meszaros. 




A-3 North: Row 1 Kathy Liberator!. Kathy Snyder, Jill Calvert. Cathy 
Gottschalk, Joan Kachel. Kelly Book Row 2 Janice Rohland, Holly Carmint. 
Melanie Heinz, Cheri Allison. Kathy Stahl, Kathye Lauchman Row 3 Erin 
Garriry, Beth Helman, 



Kelly Book and Cathy Gottschalk 




Warren Beatty admirer 



A-3 South: Row 1 Lori Fox. Erica Kurzweil. Susan Fichthorn, Cookie Monster, 
Teddy Bear, Sandy Book Row 2 Lori Hawthorne. Theresa Tulley, Jamie 
Hurley. Warren Beatty. Joanne Anderson. Margaret Zahn, Mortimer. Lisa 
Cipallone. 




B-1 Row 1 Paula Bradley. Aileen Fink flow 2 Judy Wilder. Janet Hoehn, Karol 
Briggs. Ronnie Behan Row 3 Ann Seibert, Cyndi Kepner. Jean Burton, Cheryl 



Borton, 



Paula Bradley 



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S-2. Wow J Amanda Cutler. Betsey Kirk, Eva Hemenck, Trina Schwing, Anne Messina, 
Donna Kusnierczyk, Linda Storst. Debra Blaschak flow 2 Laura Flemming. Pam 
Marburger, Nina Filaroma. Denise Dale, Sherrie Peck Row 3 Karen Myer. Marianne Tezak. 
Theresa Rowe. Kathy Hetrich, Karen Abplanalp. Melisse Mullin Row 4 Betsy Siegrist, 
Barbara Francks, Janet McGrath. Sherray Gould, Diane Stalker, Theresa Puhalla, Annette 
Mormile 



Sue Seifrit 




Karen Kottmyer and Mark Kaiser 



B-3: Row 1 Julie Murphy. Sue Seifrit, Sherray Gould, Kathy Tyszka. Maggie Maples Row 2 
Melanie Pearce. Wanda Williams, Debbie Lebo. Aileen Burdge. Kathyann Hutchison, Laura 
Colonna Row 3 Geri Bradley, Nancy Trent. Cathy Gust, Terri Leaman Row 4 Cathy Gumbert. 
Karen Nitterhouse, Molly Keith. Debbie Schillmger. Gale Schlitz. Sandy Mack. Michele 
Salomone. 




Julie Murphy 



B-3 celebrates Valentines Day 



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C-T. flow 1 Amy Dubbs, Kathy Palubinsky. Kate Hawrylo, Rochelle Angstadt, 
Janet Bigham, Rhonda Heindel flow 2 Barbara Wightman. Mane Francks. 
Mary Lou Regan, Jul! Showalter, Alison Scott. 



Marie Francks and fellow team members 




Barb Wightman 



TGIStug of war 





C-2 and C-3 demonstrate pyramid power 



C-2. Row 1 Nelda Fink. Jane Weber, Mary Kay Preston Row 2 Jo Wetzler, Dawn 
Ciancia, Laura Boornazian, Theresa Godfrey. Janet Shapiro. Elaine Schawren Row 
3 Susan Atkinson. Lisa Kiewe. Cindy Shanks, Melissa Stufft, Kathy Keller. Dawn 
Schlossman, 
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Joan Morey 



C-3. Row 1 Margie Ducato, Sue MacLean. Judy Fuller. Nina Shover, Bonny T Shudy. Lisa 
Thomas. Mary Jo Beotsch, Kim Plavish. Pat Cooksey, Linda Dresher. Nancy Coyne. Nancy 
Kochel Row 2 Marsha DeHaas, Anne Henshaw, Tracy Lloyd. Judy Kowalok. Gayle Hayes. Lyda 
McCutcheory, Karen Bentzel. Traci Musser, Pat Litumas, Linda Yeingst, Page Palmer 




Steve Douglas leads the way 



This course is such a joke 




D-1 Row 1 David Sempeles. Tim Trayer, Terry Gordon. Scott Klein Row 2 Mike Pizzi, Lou 
Jackobowski, Sokyoung Kim. Jay Elder. Chris Smith. Randy Wirth, Eric Schmid 

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Randy Wirth 




D-2 North Row 1 Al Pagen Row 2 Rob Beyer. Steve Buck. Wayne Huyard, Dean Glick Row 3 
Mark England, Sam Skiles, Toto, Alan Beesley. Jay Reich Row 4 Bogie. 



Blind Mans Bluff 




Time well spent in library 



Bernie Wise 



Students take advantage of blizzard 




Jane Schatzman and Glenn Pfadenhauer 



D-1 South Row 1 Mark Spaseff. Moby Slonaker, Bernie Wise. Pat Hawkins. Row 2 Bernie Krupa. 
Dwayne Weaver. Bill Shugars, Gary Verazin. Jim Shull. John Martin. T R Hardic 

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Lori Fisher. Joan Albright and Beth Bowers 



D-3 North Row 1 Paul Gerding. Bruce Bausher. Jeff Kitsock. George Pappas Row 2 Bill 
Wood. Tom Woodson, John Britton. Rod Angstadt, Brad Poore. 





Ponch 



Is this really snow? 



Bruce Bausher 




D-3 South Row 1 Doug Palaskey Row 2 Mike Spangler. Mike Boess, Ray Tierney, Ray Schweibert Row 
3 Dave Behrs. Gary Baker. Tim Holder, Ralph Richard, Jeff Gosnell, Rick Ensslen 

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Mike Spangler 




Notes decorate wall 



Anne, Stacey and Jay 




Watch Out! 



I wish classes would be cancelled 



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1-East: Row 1 Carol Spence. Mary Simansky, Ardy Holder, Keish, Jennifer Hampshire, Pat Crossland, 
Lisa Groff, Debra Gosnell, Mary Jo Loftus. Julie May, Mary Chowanski Row 2 Karen Hofllch. Connie 
Chronister, Robin Stranger. Joan Rohrbaugh, Linda Davis, Nancy Glattfelder Row 3 Sylvia Kling, Mindy 
Trout. Kerne Kelly. Bonita Lighty. Dawn Eveler. Jeanne Clayton Row 4 Nancy Conway. Sue Quenzer, 
Sandy Rohr. Kim Gnesemer. Lori Snelling, Heidi Stahl, Laura Anthony, Joann Coruzzi, Mary Ann Merel, 
Sherry Morgan, Kathy Jo McPike, Use Kling 





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Erica VanHorn 





2-East: Row 1 Jean Scarpignato. Cherl Bailey, Donna Russell, Laurette Schuler. 
Debbie Derr, Kim Heffleger Row 2 Liz Diacont. Chris Jameson. Kim Hieber, Debbie 
Allen, Jan Clifford, Pam Price. Kelly Aucker, Dee Musser. Pat Vaughn Row 3 Caryl 
Zimmerman, Lori Bonner, Sandy Best, Anne Gallant, Lori Scillieri, Vivian DeCesare. 
Betsy Reinhart, Kim Menges. Cathy Kwader, Sandra Hess, Nancy Mason Row 4 Gay 
Graham, Monica Colgan, Lisa Polder, Gail Schmerfeld, Margarett Smeltzer, Robin 
Duvall 




Jeannine and Kim 






Queen for the day 
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Look up here! 




2-West: Row 1 Arlissa Salomone. Carrie Billbrough, Lorriane Miller, Suzanne Tessier Row 2 Jane 
Thomas. Tammy Ardrey. Cathy Donahue, Diane Schaeffer. Maureen Lyon, Beth Brodhag, Cindy Stetler, 
Julie Smykal. Doris Kuhn. Angle Nelson, Carla Hofmann Row 3 Dawn Paul. Robin Dodge. Belinda 
Kline. Cheryl Friedlin. Sharon Clarke. Carolyn Louder. Kathy Kelly, Sue Densten, Linda Needham, Holly 
Ewan, Diane Nelson, Kathy Rehfuss, Erica VanHorn, Jane Valas, 





Dawn Spaar and Bindy Kaercher 



Robin Dodge 





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3-East Row 1 Brenda Kreider, Gretchen Netting, Dawn Spaar, Lisa Kramer, Josie Baust, Barb 
McCoy. Kathy Goodman. Lynne McGhee Row 2 Sue Whitley, Ellen Anthony, Robyn Pollina. 
Genny Gill, Connie Gallow. Sue DelRusso, Cookie Peterson, Joan Pavliagnite, Joyce Barnett, 
Mary Lynn Geesemen, Connie Bahn Row 3 Kathy Maser, Lesli Powell. Janice Hill. Jeanine 
Pantano, Diane Forster, Bindy Kaercher. Stacy Koval. Cathy Carnanus, Becky Dinulos, Chris 
Hinkle, 114 




Debbie Menhardt 



Belinda Kline 



Ann Hare 




Carrie Billbrough 



Doris Weisert 







3-West: Row 1 Elaine Bauer, Laura Brigance. Kay Janick, Sue Weber. Jeannine Shirtz, Nancy 
Shallenberger. Lori Gallego, Mutfie Weller, Kris Gieg Row 2 Donna Short. Susan Stevens. Jeanne 
Koury, Ginny Pack. Susan Davis. Maria M Colon. Sherry Mason, Marie Kobylinski, Janette Azelvandre 
How 3 Pat Carroll, Paula Caveno. Lisa Aukamp, Debbie Hawtof. Lita Foor. Karen Knight. Dana Aberie. 
Cindy Reese. Cathy Scott, Peggy Acherson, Doris Weisert, Donna Fitzpatrick 

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Genny Gill 




Marcia Rebman and Tom Stepanchak 



Kevin Savory and Polly Oldis 




Lisa McDade and escort 



I get by with a little help from my friends 



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1-East Row 1 Beth Whitacre. Serena Von der Heiden. Denise Beck. Vicki 
MacWnght, Marilyn Mornssey Row 2 Karen Hamann. Ann Foley. Jean 
Reed. Donna Kafka, Cindy Marx 





Why do they always ask "what's for dinner - '" 



Carolyn Behr and Chris Mruk 





Jan Wealand 



2-East: Row 1 Nancy Hertel. Dana Buterbaugh. Man Pugliese. Donna Hoffman Row 2 
Maureen Connelly. Chris Hershey, Maureen Roberts, Bernadette Wilk, Tammy Burk, Liz 
Baker Row 3 Karen Allen, Tammy Yunmger, Beth Grumbme, Maryrose Frey, Sheryl Martin. 
Chris Mruk Row 4 Deanne Starr, Missi Northrop. Mary Muhich, Nancy Pederson. Theresa 
Simpson, Jan Wealand, Sue Snee 
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2-West Row 1 Brenda Barnhart, Linda Torgenson, Kathy Gorman, 
Beth LeConey. Ton! Melchiondo, Katy Boyle. Dotty Donovan, Barb 
Hertel Row 2 Lisa Brown, Kathy Bonn, Jenny Haifley, Julie Rankin, 
Jeanne McClure. Karen Mitchell. Annette Fox, Lisa McDade Row 3 
Linda Ranch. Colette Koch. Carol Sinbach, Linda Sites, Julie Metcalf. 
Emily Meibohm. Diane Lehart, Diane Wilson. 



Deb Johnson 




3-East: Row 1 Kathy Jones, Eileen Floriani, Jenny Hart. Stacy Roth Row 2 Cindy Cooley. Edith Nelson. Karen 
Gallagher, Karen Mummert, Peggy Parker, Karen Dorsey. Donna Wilson. Meg Lomerson, Annette Murray Row 
3 Allison Webb. Nancy Marshall. Sue Hand. Sharolyn Bowman, Mary Ann Geiger, Judy Seldomndge, Gayle 
Kline. Maureen O'Brien. Kathy Merel, Hilary Welsh Row 4 Fran Gross. Karen Sullivan, Julie Milanik, Sue 

Boole, Maryanne Foy, Linda McCollough. 

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Relaxing at the Jays 



Snowball fight in the dell 




Raquetball? I thought this was tennis 



My that looks good 





File it away 



3-West: Row 1 Sue Reed. Karen Eukert, Judy Menosky, Patty Eberly, Judy Priggms. Holly Cooke. Michelle 
Horan, Deb Lewis Row 2 Laurie Brookes. Cindy Kapner. Sue Ebersole, Marcia Rebman, Denise Kramer, 
Betsy Best. Sharon Smith Row 3 Melinda Osmon, Kendall Mason. Cathy Duerst. Aud Fetter, Chari 
Goodwin, Carey Smith, Fran Elfreth, Anne Reifsnyder. 
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Pat Werner, Colleen O'Keefe and Roger Sayre 



Jean Garman 




Jerry Davis and Kim Killmer 



Sue Coney and Cynthia Fallos 



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1 -North. Row 1 Stan Shilling — Hall Mascot Row 2 Joyce Goforth. Ann Plymyer, 
Ruth Mares. Linda Blanchett. Beth Reilly. Barb Soldati Row 3 Lisa Unkle. Kathy 
Labe. Jill Stambaugh, Robin Gleim. 



Always in a hurry 




Strolling along. 



Chris Wolf 





Cindy Lenker 



Norie Gunhart 



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Randi Bartells 



2-North: Row 1 Kathy Knight, Mary Beth Goodwin. Janice Snyder. Eileen Hozella. Doreen Ziegler, 
Cheryl McFadden, Blair Bux. Cindi Fallos, Kathi Scheppach, Yvonne Dockey. Sue Coney. Pat 
"Pooper" Werner. Barb Bentz. Ruth Greenly. Carolyn Grey. Jill Page, Carolyn Rubin, 



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Jill Page 



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2-South Row 1 Donna Howarth. Loretta Price. Donna Sheaffer Row 2 
Janet Casebeer. Jeanna Clark, Betsy Wetzel, Cindy Schmidt, Jill 
Yeatman, Susan Hivner Row 3 Cathy Kipp, Cindy Neil, Tammi Weaver 
Row 4 Deb Chant. Cindy Faulkner, Christy Butler. Kathy Schwarzmann. 
Carol Richman, Melanie Ent. 




Dottie King 



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3-North: Row 1 Pam Loring, Sharon Warner, Sue Wiatroski Row 2 Cathy 
Starr, Patti Sanderson, Kellie Matheson, Renee Horst, Diane Dondera, 
Donna Way, Janice Thirlwall, Mary Ellen Zlzos Row 3 Krista Musselman, 
Suzanne Neff. Anne Mane McCafferty, Jenny Smith, Kim Killmer. Ester 
Coppock, Karen Amritt Row 4 Jean Garman, Lori Henninger. 



Robin Gleim 




This is due when? 



Jean Garman 



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Joyce Goforth 



3-South; Row 1 Tina Distasio, Evelyn Kuester. Donna Shiveler, Susan Morgenson, Ellen Watts. Gayle 
Foerster, Vicki Overly, Mary Gaffney, Carol Rogers Row 2 Gay Detwiler, Cathy Reinard, Deb Riley. Louise 
Hanley, Joanne Glah, Cyndi Hill, Carolyn Behr. Chris Foor. Carol Brenna, Robin Huntington, Betsy Huber, 
SueKirby 




J North-South: Row 1 Todd Brown, Dana Reese. Walt Schlett, Sam Abuka, Tom Stepanchak Row 2 
Brian Sauers, Eric Fairchild, Tom Hart flow 3 Don Qumn, Herb Yost. John Bittner, Kirk Dawson 
Row 4 Roy Martin. Joe Kibala. Bob Slamp, Scott Baker 



Annual Pig Roast 




Will Senn and Mike Schmidt 



Don Anderson 



Scott Cassey 





Is that Superman? 



2 North: Row 1 Don Lawler. Dave Tabbutt. Bob "Nuts" Cahill, Scott Cassey. "Shibs" 
Row 2 Doug Glass, Jim Jameson. Jeff Forbes, Wayne McCullough. Kevin Jacoby. Jerry 
Gladfelter Row 3 Keith Barash, Jimmy "Suds" Cavanaugh, Allen Artz. Dan Noyes, Bill 
Kettrick. Cip Apicelli. Dan Buckley. Scott Myers. Darryl Brown. 
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3 North: Row 1 Javed Bhatti, Ha Uong, Ray Geary, Doug Wanke, Bill Schober Row 
2 Abdul Mossa, Mike Anderson, John Horn Kirk Wolgemuth, Bill De Mora Row 3 
Criag Kovach, Don Kleiss. 



Tom Bailey 




Polly, Bill. Maureen and D.Q 



3 South: Row 1 Wally Durst, Mike "Hulk" Chester, "Rock" Baker, "Them" Fleming 
Row 2 "Sico" Knies, Kevin "Vito" Kappra, Dorf, US Able, Jim Walling, Dr. V. Peterman 
Tom Freeda Row 3 Mike "FRO" Satow, Bugs Silverman, Tiny Mumford, Bone 
McKnight Little Wrestler Maurer. 




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Dave Asher 



Barry Llewellyn 



Rob Gosman 




Mom. where are you. 



B-2 munches out 



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You mean class isn't cancelled! 



A-1: Row 1 Joe Fritz, Dean Boyer, Steve Shubert, Bruce Ulrich, Wayne Humphreys, Bill Bosak Row 2 
Scott Frick, Barry Herman, Orlando Rodriguez, Markus Wegner, Jon Vitarius, Don Warner, Kevin Markey, 
Arty Thomas, Bob Utzinger, Doug Weisbach, Bill Osborne, Mike Leid, Tim Sterling. 




A-2: Row 1: Rob Gosman, George Brown, Tim Seager, Dave Reininger, George Barakos. Bill 
Makara, Brad Rhoads. Bob Morton, Laine Helterridle Row 2 Mark Chadwick, Bruce 
Saunders, John Hiller, Keith Meckley, Frank Lamberta, Dave Schwoyer, Steve Suitch Row 3 
Chuck Hart, Eric Killheffner, Art Dent, Wayne Hetherington, Barry Llewellyn, Paul Rochelle, 
Scott Koscevic, Jack Llewellyn. 





Paul Steinweg & date dance away 



Mark Stevenson 



George Brown 




A-3: Row 1 John Lashkevich, Herk Rintz, Robin Colden, Duke Cyprus Parham Row 2 Tu-Duong, Paul 
Steinweg, Bill Shank. Roger Hoerl, Eric Krause, Ray Handwerk Row 3 Jack O'Reilly. Mike Peters, Ron 
Saylor, Pete DiFonzo, Brian Lash, Kirk Moore, Dave Bostwick, Marc Cornell, Don Tyrie, Joe Lowry, Greg 
Budko, John Holcum. 



Tod Shedlosky 




Vernon Hefflinger 



B-B: Row 1 Jay Greer, Jud Gemmel Row 2 JR Elsworth, Randy Winemiller, William Ewer, 
John Schmitz Row 3 Dave Hollinger, Scott Jones, Dave Palmer, Mike Hess. 




Rick Dolan & Dean Boyer check out Pig Roast 



These calculations seem a bit off! 



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B-2: Row 1 Cherry Hill, Peyott, Slick, Ike, Kabong Row 2 Willy, Mom, Bummer, Gene Gene 
the Dancin Machine, BFRA Row 3 Dave, Peaches, Sunshine, Febe, Rich, Spent, Michael, 
Chappy Row 4 Dave, Footz, Tall Paul, Hondu, Moose, Dead Head Row 5 Alky, Treetrunk, OD, 
Ringo, Abe, Woolley, Robot. 



Surfing sure beats studying! 




Tim Moyer 



B-3: Row 1 George Eric, Tom K „ Perry Kent Row 2 Cliff Reymo, Scott Frazier, Scott 
Kennedy, Burnout, Steve Williard, Paul II, John Insley Row 3 Bryan Wilt, Jumbo, 
Lisa Coleman, Booboo, Fausnacht, Jack, Bill "Wheaties" Algeo, Jim Mahon, 
Pasquale, Mickey, Wimp, Jeff Tamburro, Tom Morral Row 4 DB, Studley. Wilbur, 
Tod, Dave, Paul I. 



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SIGMA: Row 1 : Beth Brill, Donna Gatta, Nancy Zins & Sam, Nancy 
Koerwer & George Row 2: Susan "Pe'si" Waggoner & Grover, Allison 
"Cheeps" DeBartalis, Gaye "Star" Travis, Bobbi Little, Ruth "Rufus" 
Richmond & Cookie. 




Dr. Walter Shaw-Dean of Student Affairs. 







ORCHARD: Row 1: Barry Freedman, Rick Milner, Michael Sieck, Bob Scotten 
Row 2: Ron Ayoub, "Jumbo Hermps", Jumbo's Friend "Dog". 



I wonder what's beyond the hill 




GREEN GABLES: Row 1 : Tanya Kowalchuk, Jenny Rezin, Jody Wertz Row 2: 
Selisa Stauffer, Mari-Cay Nelson, Sharon Grunow, Cindy Severance, Kimberly 
Week, Mary Beth Waltman. 

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DAVID T. AINA Kwara State, Ni- 
geria. Elementary Education 

DEBORAH A. ALLEN. Oakland, N.J. 
History. "The future always arrives a 
little before you're ready to give up the 
present" remembers Homecoming 
1978, February 14, 1976, Jan, Carrie, 
and Ann, and Halloween 1975 . . . en- 
joys needlepoint and embroidery . . . 
plans to go for her Masters and enter 
the business field 

JEAN M. ALLISON Chambersburg, 
Pa. Accounting. "Red" . . won't for- 
get the Friday afternoon B-Club or 
GSA "Have you seen Heff?" . . . 

photography is her thing . snow, 
snow, wonderful snow . . hopes to 
own a Jaguar to drive on sunny Sun- 
days in DC. 

TAMELA J ARDREY. Gap. Pa. Med- 
ical Secretarial Science. "Tammy" . . 
always typing other peoples' papers 
. . . "Chickie" . . . likes piano and nee- 
dlecrafts memories of freshmen 

year . "cutie" . . . plans to further 
her education in the medical field. 

FRANKLIN J. ARMER. Lancaster, 
Pa Business Administration (Comput- 
er Science). Enjoys hunting and 
fishing . seen in Sears' Customer 
Service Department in Park City. 

FREDERICK D. ARMSTRONG. Lan- 
caster, Pa. Business Administration. 
S.A.M president . . member of the 
tennis team . . . remembers the 1976 
divisional playoff at Upsala College. 

DAVID B ASHER Flourtown, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing). 

BRIAN C. AUCKER. Port Trevorton, 
Pa Communication Arts. 

RONALD G AYOUB Brooklyn, NY 
Biology "George" . . . enjoys listening 
to and playing rock, jazz and blues . . . 
a toga partier . "Yeee" . plans to 
do research in biological disciplines 

ELIZABETH BARTON. York, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial Science. "Lizard" 

. innocent 'til you get to know her 
. . "Daddy. Daddy, what's dat? "... 
future plans undecided. 

SILVAN Q. BENNER. Elizabethtown, 
Pa. Business Administration (Manage- 
ment). 




Greg Buck 




MARY JO BOETSCH 




WILLIAM BIEGALSKI 




MARY A. BILLY 



JUDITH A. BLAISDELL 




CHRISTOPHER S. BOSCH 




Brinser Residence Hall 



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VALERIE S. BERNAN 



SUE E. BESHORE 





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LINDA B. BLANCHETT 



KATHLEEN P. BOLAND 





BETH Y. BOWERS 



DEBORAH J. BRINTON 



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MARY JO BOETSCH Bridgewater. 
N.J. Early Childhood/Elementary Edu- 
cation "Jo" . "Me-crazy?" . lis- 
tens to the Grateful Dead . . . remem- 
bers Homecoming 1976, puddle jum- 
ping, and the C-3 drips . . . dislikes 
cold showers and shaving cream 
future holds marriage and a career. 

VALERIE S. BERNAN. Frackville, 
Pa Biology. 

SUE E BESHORE. York, Pa. Social 
Science 

WILLIAM BIEGALSKI. East Green- 
ville, Pa Business Administration. 

MARY A BILLY Middletown, Pa. 
Occupational Therapy Enjoys horse- 
back riding, sewing, skating, and ten- 
nis ... F & M and the Birches Hallow- 
een Party are memorable events . 
intends to work as an occupational 
therapist and get her Master's degree. 

JUDITH A BLAISDELL. Elizabeth- 
town. Pa Occupational Therapy 
"Judy" hopes to become an oc- 

cupational therapist in New England 

LINDA B BLANCHETT. Vienna. Va. 
Early Childhood Development. Likes 
being around children . also enjoys 
skating, sewing, singing, and bowling 
. . hopes to find a job in the public 
school system 

KATHLEEN P BOLAND Shillington. 

Pa. Psychology "Kathy" 3-West. 

Sherwood 6. Orchard are memorable 

"I guess" wishes to work in a 

hospital's Social Services Agency 

CHRISTOPHER S. BOSCH Lancas- 
ter, Pa. Elementary Education. "Buf- 
falo" . . hobbies include sports, 
camping, rock concerts, and playing 
cornet "Aw-right" . . . remembers 

the undefeated JV soccer team 
hopes to coach and teach in an ele- 
mentary school 

BETH Y BOWERS. Landisville. Pa. 
Business Administration Remembers 
playing hockey, tapping off, decora- 
ting moons, and the Halloween party 
at the cave loves peanut butter. 

DEBORAH J, BRINTON Manheim. 
Pa. Chemistry. "Debby" . . hobbies 
include drawing and oil painting . 
enjoys sports, especially racguetball. 
tennis, basketball, and swimming 
plans to aquire a job as an industrial 
chemist. 





GABRIEL C. BROWN 



Birds over Lake Placida 






AILEEN J. BURDGE 



MARY K. CALDARELLI 



ELIZABETH M. CALE 




Chris Olfstrohm, Jody Wertz, Missy Weaver. Mary Beth Waltman with Coach 
Whitmore. 

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CATHERINE N. CARNARIUS 





TODD D BROWN 



STEVEN J. BUCK 





J. CLAYTON CAMPBELL 



THERESA A. CARBONE 





SCOTT C. CASSEY 



DEBORAH J. CHANT 



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GABRIEL C BROWN. Ghana. W. Af- 
rica. "Gabby" . . . activities include 
sport and athletics plans to go to 
graduate school to study law and ad- 
ministration, and then return to Ghana 
to contribute to its socioeconomic de- 
velopment. 

TODD D. BROWN Middletown. Pa. 
Elementary Education, "Whip" , . . 
working summer conferences 
summer of 1978 future as elemen- 
tary school teacher 

STEVEN J. BUCK Gradyville. Pa. 
Business Administration. 

AILEEN J. BURDGE Dover, N.J 
Early Childhood Education. Enjoys 
playing piano and clarinet . remem- 
bers 4 in a room and the Dolly Parton 
caterpillar plans to teach 2 and 3- 
year olds. 

MARY K CALDARELLI. Enola. Pa. 
Forestry "Wop" . hobbies are nee- 
dlecrafts. hiking, tennis and swimming 
remembers her internship and 
passing ecology . wants to work as 
a park or forest ranger. 

ELIZABETH M CALE. Harnsburg. 
Pa Elementary Education "E-bean" 
. . . sees the funny side of things . . . 
remembers her first haircut in 10 
years . "If Gary calls . . . "hopes to 
teach or get an education-related job 

J CLAYTON CAMPBELL Lancas- 
ter, Pa. Biology Secondary Education 
"Clay" . . remembers Founders D-2 
orientation . likes skiing, racquet- 
ball, and volleyball . . enjoyed fresh- 
man year plans to go to graduate 
school or become a biology teacher. 

THERESA A CARBONE Oaklyn. 
N.J. Occupational Therapy 

CATHERINE N CARNARIUS Lan- 
caster, Pa. French "Cathy" . enjoys 
dancing, sewing, reading, and photog- 
raphy will never forget her junior 
year in France . plans include a 
MBA in International Business 

SCOTT C CASSEY Manhein. Pa 
Business Administration (Manage- 
ment). 

DEBORAH J. CHANT. Gibbstown. 
N.J Psychology. 








WILLIAM R. CHAPIN, JR. 



NANCY L. CHARLES 



DAVID O. CHRIST 





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ROBIN COLDEN 




CONNIE L. COONS 



MARC D CORNELL 
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KENNETH M. CREIGHTON 




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RANDY W. COLDIRON 



ROBERT E. CONRAD 




Beth Bowers and Joan Albright. 



WILLIAM R CHAPIN, JR Wyom- 
missing, Pa Business Administration 
(Management) "Chipper" . . . plans a 
trip to the West Coast - . . "That's 
deep!" enjoys cabinet and wood- 
working, good music, and photogra- 
phy Homecoming 1978. "Green" 
parties, and the 75 soccer playoffs 
are memorable . . . hopes to enter the 
marketing field 

NANCY L CHARLES Media, Pa. 
Psychology "Nance" . won't forget 
B-2. Sherwood 6, or 3-West . . "you'll 
have this from time to time" . hob- 
bies include ceramics and sewing 
wants to work with emotionally dis- 
turbed children. 

DAVID O CHRIST Elizabethtown. 
Pa. Chemistry 

ROBIN COLDEN. Stormville. NY 
Biology Hobbies include sports and 
plants . . will definitely remember 
graduation future holds employ- 

ment or graduate school. 

RANDY W COLDIRON. Land- 
enberg, Pa Accounting. 

ROBERT E. CONRAD. Mechanic- 
sburg, Pa Biology "Ace" . . . enjoys 
Enduro dirt bike riding . holds 
records for most volleyball games lost 
. . "so you're into abuse" . plans to 
get his Master's then hopefully a doc- 
torate in microbiology. 

CONNIE L. COONS. Mt. Union, Pa. 
English. "Con" . . . remembers 4 years 
of happy memories with Jim and 
Homecoming '78 . . hobbies listed 
are reading, guitar, crafts, and music 

. future holds marriage in addition 
to working with blind or handicapped 
children 

MARC D CORNELL. Poughkeepsie, 
NY. Biology "Jock" . . . remembers 
going to the track . . . sports are his 
main hobbies . . will advance to grad- 
uate school. 

KENNETH M CREIGHTON. Eliza- 
bethtown. Pa Mathematics. 



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David Martin 



PAUL O. CURRY, JR. 






DIANE DAPKIEWICZ 



ANNE R. DENNEY 



ARTHUR L. DENT 





EUGENE DESANTIS 



The Computer Center 



146 





KEITH R. DAILY 



DAVID M. DALKE 




Mary Beth Schmidt 





JOHN M. DIRICO 



DAVID A. DOHERTY 
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PAUL O CURRY, JR. Hershey, Pa 
Accounting 

KEITH R DAILY Middletown, Pa. 
Social Science (History) "Bucket" . - . 
remembers his engagement activi- 
ties include firefighting . . "No!" - - - 
plans to be married 

DAVID M. DALKE. Camp Hill, Pa. 

Chemistry "D" . . . likes scuba diving, 

rappelling, hiking, and photography 

remembers the "terrible 10 raid" 

plans to become involved with 

computers. 

DIANE DAPKIEWICZ Pennsauken, 
N.J. Elementary Education "Deedles" 
. . . remembers May term in England 
"Koon's age" . . . likes parties and 
racquetball . . . plans on becoming an 
elementary school teacher and world 
traveller, 

ANNE R DENNEY Columbia, Pa. 
Music Education Fond memories in- 
clude touring with Concert Choir and 
being an R.A. on Schlosser 3-East . . . 

enjoys writing determined to find a 

job teaching music will marry Dan 
Guthrie (76) in June 

ARTHUR L DENT. Westmont, N.J. 
Business Administration / 
Communication Arts. "R.T." . . . likes 
skiing, driving, and sleeping 
remembers the parties in Barney's 
room . "Maybe I'll study tonight . . . 



EUGENE DESANTIS Philadelphia, 
Pa. Political Science. 

JOHN M DIRICO. Warminster, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing) 
Hobbies include drawing, wood- 
working, music, and sports hopes 
to get a |Ob in Marketing Management 
and eventually own his own business. 

DAVID A. DOHERTY, Claymont, Del 
Elementary Education. "Dart" ... re- 
members B-2 Country Club and the 
Village Green 









CATHERINE A. DONAHUE 



Daniel Murphy and Professor Clemens. 






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DONNA M. DUQUETTE 



MARY V. EAGEN 



JOANETTE J. EBERHART 




ADNAN ELARIDI 




ALAN B. FACER 





STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS 



MARGARET A. DUCATO 





PATTY A. EBERLY 



SUSAN E. EBERSOLE 




A snowball fight in the Dell 



CATHERINE A DONAHUE Malvern. 
Pa Medical Secretary/ History 

STEPHEN A DOUGLAS Elizabeth- 
town. Pa Political Science. 

MARGARET A DUCATO Charleroi, 
Pa. Occupational Therapy 

DONNA M DUQUETTE. West Ches- 
ter. Pa. Biology. "I'm hungry let's 
go eat!" . . . enjoys tennis, swimming, 
bowling, and vegetable gardening . . . 
remembers her first 4.0 semester . . . 
aims for a career in medicine or envi- 
ronmental health. 

MARY V EAGEN Ridgway, Pa. Ele- 
mentary Education Enjoys fishing and 
backpacking looks like somebody 
. . remembers her trip out west . . . 
hopes to find a job 

JEANETTE J EBERHART Gettys- 
burg, Pa Medical Secretarial Science 
"Joanie" . . . enjoys swimming and 
acting . . . "unbelievable" . remem- 
bers her first show . . . future holds 
acting school in New York 

PATTY A EBERLY Schaefferstown. 
Pa. Medical Secretarial Science 

SUSAN E. EBERSOLE. West Fair- 
view, Pa Early Childhood Education 
"Goof" hobbies include needle- 

craft and music "geez" will 

remember graduation plans to 

teach and travel 

ADNAN ELARIDI. Elizabethtown. Pa. 
Biology 

JAY E. ELDER Harnsburg, Pa. 
Chemistry/ Pre-Med Enjoys sports and 
stamp collecting . hopes to attend 
medical school 

ALAN B FACER. Elizabethtown, Pa. 
Communication Arts. "Al" Re- 

members "twister" at the commuter 
Christmas Party . . . likes skiing, golf, 
skating, tennis, and painting . . "Time 
is what we share equally, what we do 
with it makes us what we are" . . . 
plans to write and direct television 
programs. 



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Bill Phillips and Meg Lomerson in the dishroom. 



CYNTHIA FAULKNER 






DONNA J. FITZPATRICK 



LORI K. FOX 



JOHN D. FRANTZ 





GABRIEL R. FREZZO. JR. 



Evelyn Johnson 



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SALLY A. FINAN 



ROBERT R. FINGER 





SCOTT FRASIER 



BARRY FREEDMAN 





CRAIG W. FULTZ 



TIMOTHY J. GALDENCIO 
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CYNTHIA FAULKNER Basking 
Ridge, NJ Medical Secretarial Sci- 
ence 

SALLY A. FINAN Warren, N.J. Med- 
ical Technology/Chemistry. "Sal" . . . 
"Oh dear." 

ROBERT R FINGER. Elizabethtown, 
Pa Business Administration (Market- 
ing) 

DONNA J FITZPATRICK. Haup- 
pauge. NY. Communication Arts. "Cut 
me a break" . . . loves to dance! . . 
remembers the dance marathons and 
Homecoming 78 enjoys reading, 

skiing, and boating . "love a man in 
uniform" career goals in theater 

and broadcasting 

LORI K FOX Annandale, N.J. Mu- 
sic Therapy "Loretta" . likes riding 
bikes and sewing hopes to get a 

job as a registered music therapist. 

JOHN D. FRANTZ Bethel, Pa. Busi- 
ness Administration. "Frantzy" . . . 
likes sports cars, skiing, photography, 
and auto racing . "get a job" 
remembers Orchard and The Green 
. . . plans to work a while, then go to 
graduate school. 

SCOTT FRASIER. Mt. Holly, N.J. 
Business Administration "Hard bar" 
. . . enjoys goofing off with the girls . . . 
will remember A-1, Coach Joe Whit- 
more, and D.H. "Samurai" . . . 
plans to do whatever comes naturally 

BARRY FREEDMAN Whitehall, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing). 
"BaBa" . . . enjoys travelling . . . 
"things are looking jumbo" plans 

to settle down out west. 

GABRIEL R. FREZZO, JR. Avon- 
dale. Pa. Business Administration. 
"Gabe" remembers Jamaica, Vil- 

lage Green, and Barney hobbies 

are motorcycle riding, camping, hik- 
ing, and hunting . future plans in- 
clude mushrooms. 

CRAIG W. FULTZ. Elizabethtown, 
Pa Biology Enjoys logging, weight- 
lifting, hiking, hunting, bicycling, and 
swimming "Let each person have 
the opportunity to achieve his poten- 
tial" . . future holds medical school 
and work as an orthopedic surgeon. 

TIMOTHY J. GALDENCIO Harris- 
burg, Pa Accounting "T.J." ... re- 
members his two years at E-town ... a 
Vietnam veteran . . . enjoys his four 
children . hopes to become a CPA. 





THOMAS T. GALLOWAY 



Ron Saylor 




SONYA K. GISH 





JOYCE L. GOFORTH 




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KATHLEEN T. GRISCOM 



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DONNA GATTA 



MARY L. GEESAMAN 





DEBRA E. GOSNELL 



SHARON K. GOSSERT 





J. SCOTT GROENE 



SHARON L. GRUNOW 



THOMAS T. GALLOWAY Down- 
mgtown, Pa Communication Arts "Buzz 
off" . . . hobbies are working at the 
radio station, riding horses, theatre, 
kawnums, hunting beaver, and hang- 
ing out at Maple - - . hopes to own a 
radio and television station 

DONNA GATTA Elizabethtown, 
Pa. Social Dynamics. 

MARY L GEESAMAN Hummels- 
town, Pa Early Childhood Education 
"Hiya kiddo" likes sewing, violin, 

and reading , . remembers four 
roommates in two months, the green 
slicker at midnight, and the roommate 
who sang in her sleep wants to get 
a job teaching kindergarten in the 
area. 

SONYA K. GISH Elizabethtown. Pa 
Business Administration 

ROBERT D GOCCIA. Lambertsville 
N.J. Political Science. 

JOYCE L. GOFORTH. Woodstown 
N J Accounting. "You're cute!" 
likes music, poetry, sewing, handi- 
crafts, and outdoor activities 
"ya'tt" ... remembers Royer 1-N 
dummy in the dell" and WCP in 126 
hopes to marry and manage a 
small business. 

DEBRA E. GOSNELL Baltimore. 
Md English "Deb" . enjoys arts 
and crafts, travelling, and writing . 
remembers the library bench. 9-9-78, 
the Green, long walks, and 1-east . . . 
plans to attend graduate school at 
Temple 

SHARON K GOSSERT. New Provi- 
dence. Pa Social Work "Little Ronni" 
. . . enjoys jogging, crocheting, read- 
ing, and watching motorcycle races. 

KATHLEEN R, GRISCOM. Cherry 
Hill, N.J Business Administration 
(Marketings' Management). "Gris" . . . 
memorable events are 3-West and the 
Green . likes to eat and ski ... 
"want an apple 7 " . . hopes to get a 
job and travel 

J. SCOTT GROENE. Camp Hill, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing/ 
Management). "Gub" remembers 

trick or treating his senior year 
likes filling out questionnaires, bowl- 
ing, baseball, frisbee . . plans an M. 
B. A. in Management. 

SHARON L GRUNOW Egg Harbor, 
N.J. Occupational Therapy. 



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CATHY D. GUMBERT 



LAURIE B. GUMBLE 



CATHY S. GUST 





Amy Stone 



JOHN. K. HALE, JR. 






JOLENE M. HARTZOK 



VERNON J. HEFFLEGER 
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MARY A. HEILMAN 






LYNN E. HAMBRIGHT 



BRET A. HART 




A view from Founders 



CATHY D GUMBERT Beallsville, 
Pa. Occupational Therapy. "Kate" . 
"how lucky I am to know people to 
whom saying goodbye is so damn 
hard" . . . hopes to become a staff 
therapist in a psycho-social or physi- 
cal rehabilitation center. 

LAURIE B GUMBLE Paupack. Pa. 
Chemistry/Medical Technology 

CATHY S. GUST York, Pa. Early 
Childhood Education. "It makes me 
ill" . . . enjoys racquetball, tennis, 
reading, and volleyball . . . remembers 
Rick Long and his D-3 cuties . . . plans 
to teach 

JOHN K HALE, JR New Holland. 
Pa Business Administration (Account- 
ing/Marketing) Remembers winning 
the 1978 intramural Softball champion- 
ship . . hobbies include gardening, 
music, and athletics . plans a busi- 
ness-oriented career. 

LYNN E. HAMBRIGHT Lancaster, 
Pa. Math. "Ham" . . enjoys sports, 
reading, and sleeping . "What's on 
T.V. tonight?" . the Blackout, cham- 
pionship hockey teams. Florida, New 
York City, and "oldies" parties are 
memorable . . hopes to get a job in 
the computer or statistics fields 

BRET A HART. Temple. Pa Busi- 
ness Administration (Management) 
Remembers the trips to Florida every 
spring hopes to enjoy life as much 
as possible. 

JOLENE M HARTZOK Chambers- 
burg. Pa. Sociology "Jo" . "That's 
mature" . . . remembers weekends 
and Valentine's Day 1976 . . . rugs and 
scalloped potatoes plans to go to 
graduate school and get a job. 

VERNON J. HEFFLEGER Reading, 
Pa Business Administration. 

MARY A HEILMAN Mount Joy, Pa. 
Elementary Education "I want to go 
back to Israel" . . . en|oys canoeing, 
backpacking, and snowshoeing re- 
members 3 years of working in the 
college post office . . plans to teach 
gifted children. 



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Fred Armstrong 



MARGARET L. HEIM 









BARBARA J. HERTEL 



MICHAEL B. HESS 



SUSAN E. HINELINE 





JOHN H. HOCKER 



Out for a sleigh ride. 



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ROBIN J. HEISLEY 



BETH A. HELMAN 




John Martin 





ROGER W. HOERL 



DAVID B. HOLLINGER 



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MARGARET L HEIM Reading, Pa 
Social Work, "Maggie" . . . enjoys mu- 
sic, volleyball, crocheting, antiques, 
refinishing furniture, plants, and play- 
ing guitar . . , "Arise, go forth - . . 
and conquer" . . , remembers 24 
hours of dancing, the disco "flip." Eli 
and friends, Bozo, and homemade soft 
pretzels . . . hopes to go into medical 
social work. 

ROBIN J. HEISLEY Marysville. Pa. 
Business Administration Enjoys jog- 
ging and skiing . . . living with 3 others 
in conference room after B-2's fire . . . 
favorite hobby is procrastinating 
plans to work and go to grad school. 

BETH A. HELMAN Carlisle. Pa. Mu- 
sic Therapy. Music, macrame, singing, 
and reading are listed as hobbies . . . 
remembers A-1, choir tours, and sen- 
ior recital - . . plans to do her intern- 
ship and get a job as a music thera- 
pist. 

BARBARA J. HERTEL Fort Wash- 
ington, Pa Business Administration 
"Barb" remember choir tours - - . 

enjoys friends, horseback riding, and 
singing . . . plans to become a com- 
pany executive. 

MICHAEL B HESS. Harrisburg. Pa. 
Business Administration (Market- 
ing/Management) "Hippie" ... re- 
members the day he dropped a bucket 
of ice water on two guys in the shower 
"What can I say 9 " . . . likes drums 
and music . wants to become a 
drummer and/or a businessman 

SUSAN E. HINELINE Haddonfield, 
N.J. Early Childhood Education "Hot- 
line" . . enjoys shopping, photogra- 
phy, and children memorable 
events include Human Development 
class, Junior Block, student teaching. 
and the hunting day debut 
"Hoagies" . . . hopes to get her de- 
gree in special education and be- 
come a teacher. 

JOHN H. HOCKER. Palmyra, Pa 
Business Administration 

ROGER W. HOERL. Newark, Del. 
Math. "Nell" . . . likes sports . . . 
"Give!" . . . graduate school in the 
near future. 

DAVID B. HOLLINGER Elizabeth- 
town. Pa. Music Education/Religion 
and Philosophy. 




BEVERLY J. HOUSER 




Alpha Ha 









JOHN D. 1NSLEY 



ABDUL M. ISHAKA 



EVELYN M. JOHNSON 






CYNTHIA M. KEPNER 



KIM M. KILMER 
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MARK F. KOERNIG 







DIANE E. HUBER 




DOUGLAS D. HUFSEY 





SCOTT R. JONES 



KATHY J. KELLY 







Kevin Savory 



BEVERLY J HOUSER. Jonestown. 
Pa. Medical Secretarial Science. 
"Bev" . . . enjoys bicycling, and swim- 
ming . . "Live and Learn" hopes 
to work at Hershey Medical Center or 
Veteran's Hospital 

DIANE E HUBER East Petersburg. 
Pa. Medical Secretarial Science 
"Hubie" . . . hobbies include eating 
and all sports . . . remembers "oldies" 
parties, New York City, and the vol- 
leyball marathons . . wants to get a 
job as a medical secretary and later 
become a "Susie Homemaker ." 

DOUGLAS D. HUFSEY. Millville.N.J. 
Business Administration (Marketing) 
"Hutch." 

JOHN D. INSLEY Camp Hill, Pa 
Accounting. "J.I." . . . likes racquet- 
ball . remembers Kami-Kaze night, 
backrubs on Royer 2-S, card with the 
boys, and R A Patrols . Country 
Clubber 

ABDUL M ISHAKA. Kwara State, 
Nigeria. 

EVELYN M. JOHNSON Phila- 
delphia, Pa Communication Arts 
"E.J. the D.J." . . . "Thanks a lot!" . 
remembers her 21st birthday . . . likes 
Clint Eastwood and Gino Vannelli . . . 
hopes to work at one of the "big 3" 
TV. stations. 

SCOTT R. JONES. Medford, N.J. 
Forestry (Business) Remembers 
Thursday nights on 2-south, road ral- 
lies, Carpenter's Inn. and his intern- 
ship . . . enjoys hiking, caving, and 
skiing . . plans to earn his Master's 
degree in Forestry at Duke. 

KATHY J KELLY. Frederick. Md. 
Medical Secretarial Science. "Chatty- 
Kathy" . . . likes to swim, eat, and 
spend money . . . remembers Mike, 
foaming bubbles, Homecoming '78 
and The Mount . . wishes to thank 
her family plans to take it easy and 
be happy. 

CYNTHIA M. KEPNER. Gettysburg, 
Pa. Elementary Education. "Cyndi" 
remembers May term in England. 
Junior block, and Shakespeare . 
likes being creative . "What a hoo- 
ter" . . . plans to teach. 

KIM M. KILMER. Bridgewater, N.J. 
Medical Secretarial Sci- 
ence/Sociology, "Skimpy" . . re- 
members "the Wedding" . . . "huh?" 
. . . plans include graduate school and 
working as a probation officer. 

MARK F KOERNIG. Basking Ridge. 
N.J. Business Administration "Mork" 
. . . hates the Steelers . . remembers 
getting DM. for a roommate . . . hopes 
for a career in data processing. 



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Valentine's Day entertainment. 



NANCY R. KOERWER 






LISA B. KRAMER 



ELIZABETH A. KREITZER 



BERNARD J. KRUPA 





KATHY L. KUZAVA 



Making walkways safe for travel. 



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MARJORIE J. KOLMUS 



TANYA M. KOWALCHUK 




DORIS M. KUHN 



ERICA L. KURZWEIL 





ROBERT C. LAMB 



BRIAN R. LASH 
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NANCY R KOERWER. Abington, 
Pa Business Administration (Market- 
ing Management) Plans to be mar- 
ried to Ron Herzog (78) 

MARJORIE J. KOLMUS. Perkasie, 
Pa. Mathematics. "Well excu . . . se 
me!" . enjoys animals, sports, and 
the great outdoors . . . remembers 
football with A-1 and May 12, 1979 
. . . Mad Dog and Ten High Lassie . . . 
plans to get a job or go to graduate 
school 

TANYA M. KOWALCHUK. York, Pa. 
Occupational Therapy "Tucker" . . . 
hobbies include music, dancing, and 
theatre. 

LISA B KRAMER Merchantville, 
N J Medical Secretarial Science. 
"Louie" remembers 2/9/78 and 

those fantastic "prick" jobs 
spends her time partying and losing 
"Florida Fat" remembers those 

8:00 Friday classes after the 2-south 
Thursday nighters?! plans to work 
for a rich doctor in New Jersey and 
eventually marry him. 

ELIZABETH A. KREITZER. Mechan- 
icsburg, Pa Business Administration 
(Computer Science). 

BERNARD J. KRUPA. McAdoo, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing). 

DORIS M KUHN. Carlisle, Pa. Busi- 
ness Administration 

ERICA L. KURZWEIL. Ocean. N.J 
Music Therapy. "Boopers" . . . enjoys 
reading, working with kids, and danc- 
ing . . remembers her audition and 
trick or treating at the prof's houses 
. . . hopes to be a terrific music thera- 
pist. 

KATHY L. KUZAVA. Neptune. N.J. 
Medical Secretarial Science. "Kathy" 
. . likes tennis, volleyball, and cro- 
cheting . memories include washing 
t-shirts. TGIS, Homecoming, and 
marathons . . . hopes for happiness. 

ROBERT C. LAMB Broomall, Pa. 
Business Administration (Health Care 
Management) Remembers Maple '77 
and '78. B-2. C.C., Lips . . . enjoys 
hiking, backpacking, and "outdoor 
life" the MLA will return . . . "to the 
mountains I may go . . to the moun- 
tains I may stay." 

BRIAN R LASH. Lebanon, Pa. Ac- 
counting. 





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PATRICIA L. LEAHEY 



Steve Douglas 






MARK D. LOEWEN 



CHRISTINE L. LOFSTROM 



MARGARET C. LOMERSON 





Office of an enterprising student. 



JAMES K. MAHAN 



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BARBARA A. LITTLE 



BARRY J. LLEWELLYN 





JOANNE E. LONEY 



EDWARD H. MADENFORD 




JEFF MAIN 



MARGARET M. MAPLES 
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PATRICIA L. LEAHEY Trenton. N.J. 
Accounting. 

BARBARA A LITTLE. Hanover, Pa. 
Business Adminstration "Bobbi" 
transferred from Juniata and Millers- 
ville . . remembers May term 78 and 
the Carpenters' enjoys swimming, 

skiing, tennis and music. 

BARRY J, LLEWELLYN. West Read- 
ing, Pa Biology/ Chemistry 
Medical Technology Enjoys back- 
gammon aims for a career in med- 
ical research 

MARK D. LOEWEN. Enola, Pa. Biol- 
ogy. "Glen" . . Biology Club presi- 
dent. 

CHRISTINE L LOFSTROM Metu- 
chen, N.J. Occupational Therapy 
"Chris" . likes sewing, crocheting, 
reading, gardening, and square danc- 
ing. . "I'm adaptive" . . likes com- 
ics, hates to type . . . remembers an A 
in Spanish and the Homecoming 
dance 1978 . plans to become a 
registered occupational therapist 

MARGARET C LOMERSON Glas- 
tonbury, Ct Pre-Nursing. "Meg" . 
enjoys skiing and swimming open- 
ing the cadavers wants to own her 
own train "Get out of here" . . the 
cafeteria . naive? future R.N. 

JOANNE E. LONEY Pennsauken. 
N.J. Social Work. Enioys sports and 
parties . . . remembers Midnight Ex- 
cursions, all-day parties, Village 
Green, L.A.R.C, Rheems, and N W 
. . . plans to become a director of a 
Social Service Agency. 

EDWARD H MADENFORD Lancas- 
ter, Pa. Business Administration (Mar- 
keting). . Four-year letterman on golf 
team and captain this year . enjoys 
racquetball. 

JAMES K MAHAN Harnsburg, Pa 
Religion/Philosophy Proposing on a 
mountaintop . likes swimming and 
playing tennis . marrying Connie 
Coons (79) . Valentines dinner 78 
. . . plans to attend a seminary and 
become a minister 
JEFF MAIN Frederick, Md. Biology 
MARGARET M. MAPLES Frederick. 
Md. Early Childhood Education. "Mag- 
gie" . . . Snoopy. . . . "Your mother!" 
. . plays paddleball and guitar . . 
"Dizzy" . . hopes to get a job. 





RUTH E. MARES 



JOHN B. MARTIN 



KATHARINE E. MASER 





Gary Verazln and Elizabeth Barton. 



TIMOTHY M. MCCARTHY 






ROBERT S. MEIER 
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JULIE A. MEILER 




The President. 





randy Mccarty 



LISA M. McDADE 




The Presidential Palace and the First Lady. 

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RUTH E MARES Springfield. Pa 
Foreign Languages (German). "Ruth- 
ie" . . . "Cut me a break!" . . . "Judy" 
. . . "Toddles and Peepes!" "E- 

town simplified my brain and com- 
plicated my life." 

JOHN B MARTIN Elizabethtown, 
Pa. Accounting Enjoys gardening and 
photography plans to work for a 

"Big 8" accounting firm 

KATHARINE E. MASER. Haddon 
Heights, N J. Early Childhood Educa- 
tion "Mase" plays guitar and pi- 
ano . "Mercy sakes alive!" . . read- 
ing and sleeping . "Come on. now!" 
. . . trips to Florida and New York . . . 
plans to teach kindergarten 

TIMOTHY M. MCCARTHY Eliza- 
bethtown, Pa. Accounting "Mac!" . . . 
basketball . . "In your mug! Va- 

lentine's Day likes the Yankees 

and black Converse hates every- 

thing else plans to become "Fuh- 
rer" of his own company . . 2/5/56 
"move the net" 

RANDY McCARTY Lancaster, Pa. 
Elementary Education. 

LISA M McDADE. Claymont. Del. 
Business Educaiton. "Lis" collects 
old license plates . 78-79 home- 
coming court Myer R.A. . . . plans 
to get her Masters in education and 
teach in Florida Softball, basket- 
ball, and volleyball player ... "I love 
you J.R .". 

LAURIE E MEALS Lancaster, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial Science. 

ROBERT S. MEIER. Camp Hill, Pa. 
Business Administration (Marketing) 
"Rob" baseball team captain . . . 

future in marketing 

JULIE A. MEILER York, Pa Math- 
ematics (Secondary Education). 
"J.B." . . fall recess with a friend! . . . 
"Julie Baby!" . . . Repertory Theater 
. . . professional club secretary . . . "all 
the guys from Capitol" weekends! 
. . . dislikes flat tires . "Oh, Shutz" 
knits, crochets, and embroiders 
"Red" . . . plans to teach high 
school math. 





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Ed Pavlovic 



Time to hit the books. 



DEBORAH A. MENHARDT 






AUGUSTINE A. MNENGA 



JAMES MOORE 



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ANNETTE M. MORMILE 




MARILYN MORRISSEY 




The Pig Roast sponsored by the baseball team. 
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MARCIA M. MERMON 



BLAINE A. MINER 




Shoveling out. 





TIMOTHY R. MOYER 



WENDY S. MOYER 
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DEBORAH A, MENHARDT Flour- 
town. Pa Pre-nursing. "Debee-ee" . . . 
sports enthusiast . . . "False" . play- 
ing on championship hockey and soc- 
cer teams . 'I-I don't understand" 
. . . hates getting pictures taken 
future pediatric nurse. 

MARCIA M MERMON Nesquehon- 
ing. Pa Social Work 

BLAINE A MINER Elgin, III Social 
Science/ Political Science. "Big B" 
enjoys photography and biking . . . 
"Major" . plans to enter the min- 
istry. 

AUGUSTINE A. MNENGA Benue 
State, Nigeria Chairman of his local 
school baord vice president of In- 
ternational Students' Union . . senior 
education officer in Kwande Local 
schools board feels E-town is a 

"centre of academic and social ori- 
entation" . . plans to return to Nigeria 
and continue with his former job. 

JAMES MOORE Livingston. N.J. 
Political Science. 

ANNETTE M. MORMILE. Camden, 
N.J Occupational Therapy "Du- 
piage" . B-2 burnout . . likes win- 
dow shopping and old Marx Brothers 
movies . . . "That's really brassiere" 
. . . the loft raising MGB power . . 
volleyball . "Netter" . . . horses, 
horses Tony "Go West" . . . 

Brigantine. 

MARILYN MORRISSEY Oakland. 
N.J History/Business Administration, 
freshman partying . . . "I've loved 
these days!" . . plans to move in with 
Margaret in Philly and start a career 
there . . . "The next time everyone 
tells me something like 'the college 
years are the best years of your life', I 
think I'll believe them." 

TIMOTHY R. MOYER. Lincoln Park. 
Pa. Business Administration (Market- 
ing/Management). Junior-Senior din- 
ner-dance Easter break Home- 
coming likes motorcycling and 
racquetball . . . Carpenter's and Your 
Place road rallies ... on to gradu- 
ate school. 

WENDY S MOYER. Elizabethtown. 
Pa. Psychology. Enjoys riding and 
training her Polish Arabian horse 
saves rats at the end of psych labs . . . 
remembers ski class on the ice! . . . 
raises Old English Sheepdogs and 
raccoons plans to continue work- 
ing at Zoo America. 




DANIEL L. MURPHY 




Valentine's Day entertainment. 






VU H. NGUYEN 



TIMOTHY A. NICKEL 



BARBARA A. OBERKOFLER 




ANTHONY F. OLUBIYO 




VIRGINIA S. PACK 
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DOUGLAS E. PALASKEY 





MARI-CAY J. NELSON 



DONITA L. NEYHARD 





THOMAS R. OBERLY 



SCOTT C. OCAMB 




Rochelle Peters 



DANIEL L MURPHY Middletown, 
Pa. Business Administration. 
"Chuckie" loves to turn red . . . 

bunny on tour . . "So to speak" . . . 
going to grad school 

MARI-CAY J NELSON. Mt Pocono, 
Pa Occupational Therapy. "M-C" . . . 
pumpkin pals always gabbin' 

"Hi there, cutie!" . . a certain bottle 
of plum wine shared with friends 
"O.T — overtime!" plans "to take 
things as they come!" 

DONITA L NEYHARD Hershey. Pa. 
Business Educaton Headed for Cali- 
fornia sun and surf . . . won Gregg 
Shorthand Award tor outstanding 
shorthand teaching and skills 
"let's go to Your Place for stromboli" 
. . . enjoys skiing and ice hockey . 
not having to pay for an issued park- 
ing ticket. 

VU H NGUYEN. York, Pa Business 
Administration (Computer Sci- 
ence/Marketing). President of Inter- 
national Club . "May man cho an 
mit " 

TIMOTHY A. NICKEL Elizabeth- 
town, Pa. Psychology/Communication 
Arts. "The Pretender" different 

drummer . U of R . . . "Gator" 
1100 miles . . Tiera . . Doonesbury 
"Drake" . . . Vivitar zoom ... "I 
have found out who I am and I have 
no intention of impersonating anyone 
else." 

BARBARA A. OBERKOFLER. East 
Windsor, N.J. Business Administration. 
"OB." . . . wants to work for an adver- 
tising agency . . . SAM secretary . 
likes photography, tennis, soccer, and 
hiking plans to travel across U.S. 

and then to Europe 

THOMAS R OBERLY West Lawn. 
Pa Business Administration (Market- 
ing). 

SCOTT C OCAMB Quakertown. 
Pa Business Administration. 

ANTHONY F OLUBIYO. Kwara 
State, Nigeria. Elementary Education. 

VIRGINIA S. PACK. Morris, Ct. Psy- 
chology "Binner" . snow and water 
skiing . . . Lake Heritage . . . "You're 
kidding" . . . chocolate fondue 
wants to be a family counselor 
"Qwater" . California . . president 
of Psi Chi . . . Skipper Dee . . . loves 
fall and winter . . life on 3-West, es- 
pecially in 339. 

DOUGLAS E PALASKEY. Ambler, 
Pa Communication Arts 



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Gibble Science Hall 



JOHN L. PAPPAS 




WILLIAM E. PHILLIPS 






MARTIN J. PRATTE 




JOHN M. QUINN. JR. 



Looking through the B.S.C. win- 
dow. 

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Scott Groene 





DEAN L. PENNABECKER 



CHERYL L. PETERSON 





SUZANNE M. QUENZER 



DON QUINN 





RICHARD V. QUINN 



GAIL E. REDDING 
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JOHN L PAPPAS Middletown. Pa. 
Accounting 

DEAN L PENNABECKER Denver. 
Pa- Accounting. "Penny" . . . likes 
golf, hunting, racquetball. bowling . . . 
"OOOOOO K" 

CHERYL L PETERSON. Elizabeth- 
town, Pa. Music Therapy. "Boogie" 
. . . winter wedding . excellent sing- 
er . . . reading day . . . Alpha Mu presi- 
dent . "Merde!" . . . weekend 76 
. . . plans career in music therapy and 
a family 

WILLIAM E PHILLIPS. Wilmington. 
Del. Social Studies/Political Science 
"Big Bill" . . . Heineken and shrimp 
party . . . hobbies include elbow bend- 
ing and work avoiding . . . "I'm trying 
to study" the Osprey and Barra- 

cuda rides ... "I can't wait till the 
weekend!" . . . future plans include 
grad school. 

LISA A POLDER. Fleetwood, Pa. 
Pre-Nursing Going to Hairy Moose 
Lodge meetings . . . always smiling . . . 
"I |ust felt a breeze!! . future emer- 
gency ward or pediatric nurse . . Fuz- 
zy Duck . . . "He goes to my church 
too." 

MARTIN J PRATTE Elizabethtown, 
Pa Business administration (Manage- 
ment) "Marly" ... air traffic controller 
. . . SAM. public relations officer . . . 
"BMOC" . . . trip to Washington. D.C. 
with Dr. Worman . . "Life has its mo- 
ments of pure boredom, punctuated 
by moments of sheer panic." . . . tries 
to keep his wife and kids happy 

SUZANNE M QUENZER Harris- 
burg. Pa Business Administration 

DON QUINN. Norristown, Pa Ac- 
counting "D.Q." . . . accounting club 
president . . . prefers "strawberries, 
back rubs, and home cooking" . . . 
R.A. patrol . . . "Stay calm" . . . career 
in public accounting. 

JOHN M QUINN, JR. Lebanon, Pa. 
Business Administration (Manage- 
ment/Marketing). "J.Q." . . . member 
of tennis team . . making it through 
Quantative Techniques plans for 

"challenging career in the foundry 
steel industry " 

RICHARD V QUINN. Harrisburg, Pa. 
Business Administration (Manage- 
ment) "Quinnie" . . . baseball team 
... 2 AM pizzas in Schlosser . . . 
rooming with Will Senn and Jim Walsh 
. . . wants to eventually own his own 
business. 

GAIL E. REDDING. Glenside. Pa. 
Occupational Therapy. England and 
Scotland 77 . . . "Birches" . . . "Now 
is the time to take posession of my 
life, to start the impossible, a journey 
to the limits of my aspirations, for the 
first time to step toward my lovliest 
dream." — Hugh Prather. 





DAVID G. REINIGER 



Mary Beth Waltman being measured for her cap and gown. 






JANICE L. ROHLAND 



ROBERT R. RONEMUS III 



CONSTANCE H. ROTH 





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RONALD E. SAYLOR 



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JENNIFER L. REZIN 



CLIFFORD W. RICH 





MARC C. RUSTICI 



KEVIN SAVORY 





RODGER C. SAYRE 



JULIE A. SCHICK 
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DAVID G REINIGER Wyomissmg. 
Pa Religion Philosophy. "Dave with 
the earring" . . . New Years' Eve '78 
. . . "the line" . . . one of the many 
"Slicks" . . . beating Lee Miller , . , 
"Scar-butt" . . . blazing trails with 
George, Lenny, and Hoit . . . "Sim- 
one" , , , pajama party . . - pedaling to 
California . . Varsity training room . . . 
plans to work with the emotionally dis- 
turbed, 

JENNIFER L REZIN. York. Pa. 
Communication Arts/History. "Fred" 
. . . needlepoint! ng Les's house 
I.L.Y.W.G.B.G.B.! . . . "Just seven 
more days till Les get here!" . . . jun- 
ior-senior '78 . . . nude on stage? . . . 
"I want a puppy dog" . . in all of the 
plays and musicals . . Shirley Temple 
. . . "Seder-squeeze and Smitty" . . . 
Luie of Peru-ie . "You can't take it 
with you" . . . driving to West Virginia 
"Alpha Psi inductions'" "sweet 
and innocent" writing lots of pa- 

pers! ... on to grad school, possibly 
law school. 

CLIFFORD W. RICH. Chatham. N.J. 
Business Administration 

JANICE L ROHLAND. Cleona. Pa. 
Early Childhood/ Elementary Educa- 
tion. "J.R." . . . plays piano and organ 
. . loved having her brother two floors 
below her freshman and sophomore 
years . . Founders R.A. . . . "It's al- 
right!" . . . plans to teach kindergar- 
ten. 

ROBERT R. RONEMUS III Lehigh- 
ton, Pa Business Administration 

CONSTANCE H ROTH Carlisle. Pa. 
Elementary Education. "Connie" 
May Term in England . . plays flute 
and piano . . . "Really?!" . Myer 
Second East . "Harley" week- 

end excursions. 

MARC C. RUSTICI Camp Hill. Pa. 
Accounting "Rusty" . . . Accounting 
Club treasurer 

KEVIN SAVORY Wormleysburg. Pa. 
Music. "The Kev" . . taming a nasty 
guitar . . enjoys "general messin' 
around" . loves to have fun . . . 
"Take 'er ezee" buzzing campus 

. . . future airline pilot or aviation ad- 
ministrator. 

RONALD E. SAYLOR Frederick. 
Md. Psychology. 

RODGER C. SAYRE. Tunkhannock, 
Pa. Biology "The Singing Biologist" 
. . . plans to turn the S S S into an 
International Enterprise . president 
of A.C.T.A. (American Cow-Tippers 
Association) . "Are you cerial?" . . 
making "Sayre Unique-o's" . . . burn- 
ing a hole in the film of ice in his 
trailer toilet bowl . "Hurdlers do it in 
three steps" Hi Mom . . "Dad- 

blame!" 

JULIE A. SCHICK Elizabethtown. 
Pa. Occupational Therapy 




JEFFREY S. SCHIDING 





MARK R. SCHMIDT 



MARY E. SCHMIDT 





Rider Memorial Hall 



ALISON J. SCOTT 





ANN L. SEIBERT 



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CYNTHIA L. SEVERANCE 



CYNTHIA M. SHANKS 



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LISA S. SCOTT 



JACQUELINE E. SEGALL 




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JEFFREY S. SCHIDING. Annville 
Pa. Business Administration (Manage- 
ment). 

MARK R. SCHMIDT. Camp Hill, Pa 
Business Administration. 

MARY E. SCHMIDT. Shamokin, Pa 
Biology and Chemistry/ Medical Tech- 
nology "MB." . . . Schlosser 3-Eas' 
. . . "You Can't Take It With You" 
getting pricked again and again — and 
getting back . . . Homecoming 75 . . 
likes to swim and ski . . Muskrats 
Mooses, and Critters . . . "The Mes- 
sengers" . . disco inferno . . . wants 
to travel ... B-2 '76 . . Sigma . . 
senior class v. p. . . . water-wate 
everywhere . . . "The Male Animal' 
. . . guitars and singing . plans to 
have her own medical clinic. 

ALISON J SCOTT. Huntingdon Val- 
ley, Pa. Occupational Therapy. "Bun- 
ny" . . . hockey . . . '77 Homecoming 
Court . . rooming with Turkey . . 
meeting Wayne . "I'd like to thank 
the O T Department for making Mindy 
and I such good friends." 

LISA S. SCOTT. Wilmington, Del. 
Political Science. "Dolly" ... 21st 
birthday party . . . wants to get out of 
Delaware . . . always bothering Jean 
. . . B-1 Softball games . . . "You can 
check out . . . but never leave!" . . . 
theatre . . . Friday afternoon B Club 
. . . plans to go to law school and hold 
political office. 

JACQUELINE E. SEGALL. Surf City, 
N.J Foreign Language. "Jack" . . . 
enjoys sailing and skiing . . . plans to 
teach foreign language. 

ANN L SEIBERT Haddon Heights, 
N.J. Psychology. 

CYNTHIA L SEVERANCE. Hawley, 
Pa. Biology and Chemistry/Medical 
Techonology. 

CYNTHIA A. SHANKS. Telford. Pa. 
Business Administration. "Fluff" . . . 
plays frustration darts ... 10-12 ... 
giving the sign . . "Ride-em. cowgirl" 

making paths through bushes . . 
watches baseball . . . taking the dunce 
caps . . . wants to travel cross-country 
. . trudging through snow drifts with 
Midge . . . career in advertising or re- 
tailing. 





Almost all shoveled out. 



JOHN J. SHEEHY 






BRONWYN A. SIMONS 



PAMELA J. SIMPSON 



CARYN A. SINGLEY 





THERESA A. SLAMIN 



Jeanne Clayton, Deb Gosnell, and Lynne McGhee. 
176 





YUKI SHIMOMURA 



PEGGY SIEGFRIED 





"Anyone using this phone does so Don Quinn, bored as usual, 

at his own risk!" 




BETSY R. SMITH 




JOHN J SHEEHY. Camp Hill. Pa 
Economics. "Jay" . . . enjoys sports 
and listening to music . . . "Wimp" . . . 
"Too mean" . . . plans to go to grad 
school. 

YUKI SHIMOMURA. Sasebo, Japan 
History. 

PEGGY SIEGFRIED. Hershey, Pa 
Medical Secretarial Science. 

BRONWYN A. SIMONS. Ringwood, 
N.J. Occupational Therapy 

PAMELA J. SIMPSON. Elizabeth- 
town, Pa. Chemistry/ Medical Tech- 
nology. "Thumper" . . . getting a horse 
. . . "nine times out of ten . . . likes 
horseback riding and various sports. 

CARYN A. SINGLEY. Warminster, 
Pa. Early Childhood Education. 
"Singe" . . . leaving Human Devel- 
opment class . . . philosophizing . . . 
oil ... "This can never be that" . . . 
Junior block . . . Big Brother/ Big Sis- 
ter Day . . . plans to get married and 
find a teaching job. 

THERESA A. SLAMIN. Harrisburg, 
Pa Accounting. 

BETSY R. SMITH Chalfont, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial Science. "Bets" 
. . . likes macrame . . . Pink Panther 
. . . the C-2 "Big Shots" . . music and 
partying . . . all-nighters . . . Fran fan. 

FRED SMITH. Terre Hill, Pa. Busi- 
ness Administration. 





KEITH D. SMITH 



A snow-capped bird's nest. 





SELISA K. STAUFFER 



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AMY B. STONE 








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DAVID K. TABBUTT 




ARTHUR H. THOMAS 




NANCY B. TRENT 
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REBECCA J. TRIMBLE 





SHARON K. SOWELL 



JILL A. STAMBAUGH 





TORU TAKAGI 



NANCY TAYLOR 




Students enjoying after-dinner dancing. 

179 



KEITH D SMITH Mount Joy, Pa. 
Music Education, "Ken Space" . . . 
enjoys cars, music, banking . . MENC 
talent show . . . learning carpentry and 
masonry . . . having a good time. 

SHARON K. SOWELL. West Ches- 
ter, Pa. Accounting. 

JILL A. STAMBAUGH. Trenton, N.J. 
Chemistry/ Medical Techonology. 
Likes to draw and play guitar . . . mar- 
ried December 30, 1978 to Dean Boy- 
er (79). 

SELISA K STAUFFER. Mount Joy, 
Pa. Sociology/Social Science. 

AMY B. STONE. York, Pa. Biology 
and Chemistry/Medical Technology 
Likes dancing, sewing, and reading 
. . . every disco E-town has had. 

DAVID K TABBUTT. Lancaster, Pa. 
Business Administration (Market- 
ing/Management). "Tabs" . . . hikes 
and hunts . . . "Look at the head on 
that" . . . Firehouse roof . . . "Good 
chob" . . . "Dingle." 

TORU TAKAGI. Toyko, Japan. Busi- 
ness Administration. Enjoys tennis and 
oil painting . . . displaying traditional 
Japanese folk handicraft . . plans to 
be a "big business man." 

NANCY TAYLOR Williamstown. 
N.J. Biology 

ARTHUR H. THOMAS. Willow 
Street, Pa. Business Administration 
(Marketing/Computer Science). 
"Arty" . . . symphony violinist . . . pres- 
ident of Marketing Club and Abraxas 
. . . "Solid!" . . . painting nudes . . . 
valedictorian in j "What's happening, 
Bro" . . . meeting a girl with the same 
birthday and falling in love . . . "beat- 
ing the system" . . . plans to make a 
lot of money in sales or advertising 
while having as much fun as possible. 

NANCY B. TRENT. Hatboro, Pa. 
Early Childhood Education. "Lois 
Lane" . . . hopes to get a job . . . "Life 
is absurd!" 

REBECCA J. TRIMBLE. Hershey, 
Pa. Social Work. "Becky" ... a spe- 
cial 21st ... hayrides. Thanksgiving 
dinners, and Christmas parties. 





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FAITH WAGNER 




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A rear view of Wenger Center. 





BONNY S. TSHUDY 



E. JANE VALAS 




Don Quinn and Maureen O'Brien. 





MELINDA H TROUT. Parkesburg, 
Pa. Occupational Therapy "Mind-i" 
. . . likes all sports, camping, and mu- 
sic .. . Florida . . . soccer games and 
tennis matches . . . plans to get an 
O.T. job and travel 

BONNY S TSHUDY New Holland, 
Pa. Elementary Education. "Turkey" 
Homecoming '76 ... rolled toilet 
paper throughout dorm . . . likes pea- 
nut butter Tandy Kakes and mous- 
taches . . . won 1st prize at Founders 
halloween party for being a drip . . . 
"Where's ...?"... puddle jumping in 
the rain . . . hates to lose. 

E. JANES VALAS. Pitman, N.J. 
Chemistry. "E.J." . . . October 18, 
1975 . . . "Run that by me again" . 
spending two years in room 201 of the 
BSC . . . Blackout-May 1976 ... 
"Don't just fill your life with years, fill 
your years with life" . . . "Extraor- 
dancing with President 
"The Robber Bride- 
won Dean's Privilege 
graduating cum laude! 



dinary" 
Ebersole 
groom" . . . 
Scholarship 
(hopefully). 



MARYBETH WALTMAN 



GREGORY S. WECHTER 



JANET M. VOGEL. Washington, Pa. 
Occupational Therapy. "NaNu" . . . 
enjoys creating almost anything . . . 
first year on A-2 north . . . Big Red 
soccer games . . . "Mork and Mindy 
are on" . . . the bed in the lounge . . . 
pricking the guys on A-1 ... plans to 
pass registration exam and get a job 
anywhere away from home. 

SUSAN M. WAGGONER. Allison 
Park, Pa. Occupational Therapy. 
"Susie-Q" . . . likes listening, playing, 
and dancing to music . . . "It was so 
funny I forgot to laugh" . . . spraining 
her foot at Jan's party "Save a 

tree" . . . dancing on Sigma' roof . 
being involved in important issues . . . 
summer school '76 . . . "Turf-bird" . . . 
parties on Founders A-2 . possible 
professor. 

DAVID E. WAGNER. Harrisburg, Pa. 
Biology, likes to jog . . . "Christ is the 
Answer" . . . enjoys gardening ... fu- 
ture in dentistry or entomology. 

FAITH WAGNER. Ocean Gate, N.J. 
Music. 

MARYBETH WALTMAN. Newtown, 
Pa. Occupational Therapy 

GREGORY S. WECHTER. Akron, 
Pa. Business Administration. "Wee" 
. . . plays pillow football . . . "That's 
great" . . hiding Louie . . . "Ow!" . . . 
skateboarding . . . being waited on 
hand and foot for five weeks . 
"A.H." . . . plans to become a partner 
with Erb. 



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KIMBERLY A. WECK 



SUSAN M. WELLS 



KAREN M. WERNER 




Mr. Boyer and Kathy Gumbert 






Winner of the door decorating con- 
test? 



PATRICIA A. WERNER 




KIM S. WITKOVSKY 



DON L. WITMAN 
182 



KEITH A. WOOD 




Thompson Gym. 





JODY L. WERTZ 



BRYAN R. WILT 




KIMBERLY A WECK Parlin, N.J. 
Business Administration (Marketing) 

SUSAN M WELLS. Royersford, Pa. 
Elementary Education. 

KAREN M. WERNER Broomall, Pa 
Occupational Therapy. 

PATRICIA A. WERNER Easton, Pa. 
Psychology "Pooper" B167 in 77 

likes boating and photography 

spring visits to Cameron Pooper 

parties? . junior-senior dinner dance 

. . Homecoming . . plans to attend 

grad school. 

JODY L WERTZ. Spruce Creek. Pa 
Occupational Therapy 

BRYAN R. WILT. Breezewood, Pa. 
Accounting Drives his Honda Civic on 
the sidewalks . "Deal with it" 
enjoys racquetball, hunting, and par- 
tying . . . plans to pursue a career in 
public accounting. 

KIM S WITKOVSKY. Elizabethtown. 
Pa. Occupational Therapy. Reigning 
as 1977 Homecoming Queen 
"once in a lifetime experience!" 
likes writing letters and singing gospel 
songs becoming Mrs. David Wit- 

kovsky on June 3. 1978 . "Give me 
a hug!" . . plans to attend Bethany 
Theological Seminary with David 
"Thank you to the faculty, adminis- 
tration, students, my parents and hus- 
band for their support and encour- 
agement during my years at Elizabeth- 
town," 

DON L. WITMAN Marietta, Pa. Mu- 
sic Education. Played the lead in How 
to Succeed in Business Schlosser 
311 . plans to be a professional 
musician or educator 

KEITH A. WOOD. Lancaster. Pa. 
Business Administration (Market- 
ing/Management) 



Barb Wightman, Mary Lou Regan, Julie Showalter, and Jay Sheehy. 

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ANNE M. WOOLLEY 



DANGER: Falling icicles. 



Zug Memorial Library. 




Dr. Kathryn Hess speaks at the fall S.A.M. banquet. 




VALERIE ZERFING 





DOREENK. ZIEGLER 



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"Bread, bread, and more bread". 



184 




BEVERLY A. YANNONE 



VICKIE L. ZERCHER 





The Invisible Man. 



The card catalog at 10:30 P.M. 





NANCY L. ZINN 



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ANNE M WOOLLEY Annville, Pa. 
Accounting. 

BEVERLY A. YANNONE Carlisle, 
Pa. English 

VICKIE L ZERCHER. Lititz, Pa. 
Medical Secretarial Science. "Vic" . . . 
"Oh geez" . . . likes to play the piano 
"What's the matter?". 

VALERIE ZERFING. York, Pa. Medi- 
cal Secretarial Science. 

DOREEN K. ZIEGLER. Quarryville, 
Pa. Mathematics. "Ziggy" . . . late- 
night visits to Pizza Town . . . trans- 
ferred from Shippensburg State in jun- 
ior year . . "Allright" . . . enjoys crafts 
sports, and music . . . the dances . . . 
"Resolution ..,"... Spring Fling. 

NANCY L. ZINN. Wilmington, Del. 
Business Administration (Marketing). 
Vice-president of Marketing Club . . . 
meeting her fiance Joe DePippo (76) 
Homecoming Court — freshman 
and sophomore years. 

ABRAHAM ZUNIGA. Columbia, Pa. 
Political Science. "Abe" . . . fishing 
. . . being present at the birth of his 
first born. June 78 . . "Inner Peace 
comes by self-fulfillment And self- 
fulfillment by serving humanity When 
we fail ourselves, we fail humanity" 
. . plans to go to grad school. 



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We're the only bank you'll ever need. 

In your lifetime you'll make some big 
loans, and some small loans. Your savings 
account will go up and down like a yo-yo as 
you struggle to get ahead and you'll write 
thousands upon thousands of checks. 

You'll have enough things going against 
you - we think you should have a good 
bank on your side . . . ours. 



(EDeiizABethtown Taust Company 

P. O. BOX 227 • ELIZABETHTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 17022 . 717-367-1156 

THE ONLY BANK YOU'LL EVER NEED 

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Parrish's Y 
Styling Boutique 

COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 
8 E. High St., Elizabethtown, PA. 



367-3373 






Best wishes to the class of '79 

ELIZABETHTOWN CHRONICLE 

Responsible reporting of the news 
in a distinguished community 
since 1869 



Publishing 



Printing 



367-7152 



Grace C. Blough 
Apparel 

The finest selection in Town 
Dresses — Sportswear — Lingerie 

116 SOUTH MARKET STREET 

Elizabethtown, Pa Phone 367-6522 



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SPORTING GOODS 

19 E. High St., Elizabethtown 

Quality Sports Equipment 
At Reasonable Prices 



• Wilson • Adidas • Converse 

• Rawlings • Puma • Spalding 
• Brooks and many others 

Team, School and Club Discounts 
367-6633 



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What more is a car dealer for? 

BILL MILLER 
ELIZABETHTOWN, P 
FORD MERCURY 

833 South Market Street 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Phone:367-1181 




BAUM'S 



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Congratulations 
to the class of '79 

White Shield 

101 South Market Street 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 



Quality Meat Products 

"Sj Box 407 **yS 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 



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Phone: 367-1552 




Market Basket 



59 College Avenue 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 

367-7000 




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26-32 S. Market St. 



Elizabethtown, Pa. 
367-2432 




GROFF 

MEATS 
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WHOLESALE - RET Art. 
CUSTOM 

"Since 1875" 



13 N. Market St. 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Phone: (717) 367-1246 

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MYER PRINTING SERVICE 

Quality Offset Printing 
Wedding Invitations 



John H. Myer 52 South Market Street 

Phone 367-6169 Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 



Stehman's IGA 

626 S. Market Street 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 

367-1943 



Dot's Beauty Shoppe 

The Family Shoppe 
50 W. High Street 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 
367-1224 




Mueller's Flower Shop 

FLOWERS WITH QUALITY, BEAUTY 

AND ARRANGEMENT 

55 N. MARKET ST. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 

PHONE 367-1581 





Augie's 
Place 



PIZZA & SUBS 
Center Square 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 
367-501 1 



Hours 

Mon.-Th. 11am-12pm 

Fri.-Sat. 11am-1am 

Sun. 2pm-12pm 



CHAPMAN'S 
APPAREL 




Try Our Stromboli, 
It's Great! 



10 Varieties 
of Hand-Tossed 
Pizza 



EAT IN OR TAKE OUT 

Over 20 different 

Subs and Sandwiches 



Having a Party? Call us! 



Featuring 

Layette Gift Items 

& 

Children's Quality Clothing 

51 S. Market St. Elizabethtown 

367-1 940 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 




Commonwealth 
National Bank mx 




Elizabethtown 
Office 



"happy to help you Bank" 
Member FDIC 



E-town East 
Office 



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ropical Treat Restaurant 



"A Treat That Can't Be Beat!" 

Phone 367-3491 2 miles east of Elizabethtown Open 6am-10pm 




CENTER SQUARE/ELIIABETHTOWN, PEMNA. 



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the class of 79 

LUMBER COMPANY 



Phone: 367-1690 212 W. High St. E-town 



Tops in the field!. 




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"We look to your future with interest" L Soc '077o/y ® 

104 S. Market St., Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 ***** Phone 367-4904 J 



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Elizabethtown Twin Kiss 




Hawthorne 




Drive-In Restaurant 

901 North Hanover Rd. 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 


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LIGHT • HEAT • POWER 
Elfirtrir.al Snnnlips 


367-1 694 


Mount Joy 
653-2068 


PEG GEIBE EAT IN OR TAKE OUT 
OWNER-OPERATOR CALL 367-4844 


GEORGE E. CARRIGER 


E-TOWN SUB SHOP 


Paint & Body Shop 


Subs — Sandwiches — Soups 

717 N. MARKET ST. (REAR) OPEN 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 10 A.M. - 11 P.M. 

Sunday 4P.M. - 11 P.M. 


Wrecks Rebuilt — Cars Painted — 
Body & Fender Work 
RHEEMS, PA. 17570 

Phone: 367-6450 




d^p Red Rose Motel 


GEORGE'S 
WOODCRAFTS 




TV. & AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS 

EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 

PRIVATE POOL - PICNIC AREA 

PHONE IN ROOM 




Specializing in Hand-Crafted 
Solid Walnut Furniture 




R.D. No. 3, Box 84 


Hutches — Gun Cabinets — Hope Chests — 


ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 


Unique Lamps — Plank Bottom Rockers & Chairs 
Tables — Coffee. Drop-Leaf, Trestle, Etc. 
Custom Engraved Walnut Nameplates | 


BETWEEN ELIZABETHTOWN 
& MT. JOY 




20 S. Market St. Elizabethtown, Pa. 


ON BUSINESS ROUTE 230 


Phone 367-4728 






AREA CODE 71 7 PHONE 367-751 8 



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YOU'LL FIND JUST 
WHAT YOU WANT 

among our vast array 

of gifts 
at the 

PEDDLEBS ALLEY 

Browsing hours are from 10-9:30 

Park City, Lancaster [Sears Mall] Phone 393-1304 




Compliments of 

Ridgeview Farms 

"ELIZABETHTOWN'S 1ST JUG 
MILK STORE" 







David W. Sweigart Ridge View Road R. D. 3 

Phone: 367-2286 Elizabethtown, Penna. 17022 




Bishop's Studio 
& Camera Shop 



44 N. MARKET STREET 
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA., 17022 

Photographic phone 367-1322 

« CANDIDS- COMMERCIAL- 

Supplies p0RTRA|TURE 



CENTURY SPOUTING 09- 

Specialists in Seamless 
Aluminum Spouting 

Siding Roofing 

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 17022 

Phone:(717)367-6693 
653-2000 



You might like 
real challenge. 
Goodness knows, some people don't. 
But we've got plenty for those who do. In 
Construction, Law Enforcement, Elec- 
tronics, Medicine, Or even in the sky. All 
you have to do is qualify for training. We'll 
provide all the challenge you want. Join 
the people who've joined the Army. 
Call Army 
Opportunities 
A Equal Opportunity Employer 



ENGLISH BROS. INC. 

BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS 

NEW HERSHEY ROAD 

R.D. 2, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 

PHONE 367-1394 



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Macrame Designs/Supplies & Classes 

238 South Market Street 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 

Phone (717) 367-4441 

Hrs. Mon, Tues, Sat 9-5 

Closed Wed. 

Thurs., Fri 9-9 

We carry a complete line of supplies for all your 
Macrame projects. Also, we offer afternoon and 
evening classes for the beginner and an owl and 
plant hanger class for the more advanced student. 



Owner 

Bev Laughlin 



Owner 
Judi More 



YOUR BRAND NAME 

STORE 
FOR MEN AND BOYS 

SINCE 
1895 



Hart Schaffner & Marx 

Botany Sou 

Haggar 

Farah 

Arrow 

Lee 



* Van Heusen 
* Munsinger 

* Florsheim 

* London Fog 

* Woolrich 

* Wrangler 



David Martin 
STORES 



1 Center Square 
Elizabethtown 



20 S. Union St. 
Middletown 





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FINE CLOTHING 

230 W CHOCOLATE AVENUE — HERS HEY. PA 17033 — 5 33-6374 
216 96TH STREET STONE HARBOR. N J 082-47 



QUALITY SHOES - SHOE REPAIR 

WEYENBERG . DR. SCHOLL'S • DEXTER 
FOOT TRAITS • SRO • COBBIES 
RED WING • CONVERSE • KEDS • ADIDAS 




7«tU'* S6oe Stone 



250 W. CHOCOLATE AVE. • HERSHEY, PA. 
Phone 534-1968 



Rhoads' Jewelers 



44 South Market Street 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Elizabethtown's Quality 

Jeweler For Fine 

Merchandise 

367-0737 



FRANK A. TULLI 



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STATE INSPECTION 



AUTO REPAIRS 



Elizabethtown Tire & Alignment 

33 N. MARKET STREET 

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022 

PHONE 367-2661 

STEVEN L. REINHOLD 



Pontiac Oldsmobile 

H. S. RISSER MOTORS 
SALES AND SERVICE 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 



Reloading Supplies 



SPORTING GOODS 
HUNTING - FISHING 



RAW FUR DEALER 
TRAPPING SUPPLIES 



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BOX 28 ■ RD #2 
ELIZABETHTOWN. PA 17022 



WM K BRINSER. OWNER 
PHONE 17171 367-7629 




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. . a record store 

With full line of Accessories 



New Releases every Wednesday and Friday. 
18 Weekly Special's. 



IN DOWNTOWN ELIZABETHTOWN center square 
PHONE 367-2334 



HOURS 

M - 10:00-5:00 Th - 10:009:00 

T - 10:00-5:00 F - 10:00-9:00 

W - 10:00-5.00 S - 10:00-5:00 

lunch 1:00-2:00 



V* HOUS 



HOUSE OF PORTRAIT 





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STUDIO HOURS 
Tuesday 9:30-5:30 

Wednesday . 9 30-5:30 
Thursday . 9:30-5:30 
Friday 9 30-9 00 

Saturday 10 00-4 00 

Monday Closed 

Sharon & Maurice Upton — Prop 

33 S. MARKET STREET. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022 
PHONE (717) 367-1605 



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Economy Shoe Store 

15-17 West High Street 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 

"Shoes For The Family 

Carefully Fitted" 



PHONE 
367-7532 



ROBERT G. COBLE 
JOHN F. BARR 



Hoffer's Arco 
Perk's Car Service 

State Inspection — Towing — 

Tires — Batteries & Accessories 

135 N. Market St. Elizabethtown, Pa. 

367-7513 



Roth's FURNITURE STORES 

206 S. MARKET ST. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. 

Open Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m. 

The Full Service Store You Can Build Your Home Around 




Garden Spot Feeds 

Master Mix Feeds 

Heating Oil 



GRUBB SUPPLY COMPANY 



419 West High Street 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 



200 



Patrons 



Allen's TV & Stereo 
1682 South Market Street 
Elizabethtown 367-4701 



Herr Electric, Inc. 

45 South Market Street 

Elizabethtown 367-1929 



Binkley's Sewing Machine Shop 
1 1 1 North Market Street 
Elizabethtown 367-1450 



Hillcrest Supper Club 
54 Mount Gretna Road 
Elizabethtown 367-1859 



Bob's Flower Shop 
39 South Market Street 
Elizabethtown, 367-2211 



Moose's 5 and 10 
5 Center Square 
Elizabethtown 367-4707 



Christian Light Bookstore 
48 South Market Street 
Elizabethtown 367-1360 



Petticoffer Dodge, Inc. 
Route 230 East 
Elizabethtown 367-1808 



Earl Retherford's Fruit and Produce 
Bainbridge Road RD 1 
Elizabethtown 367-9912 



George Rodkey's Plumbing & Heating 
1235 North Union Street 
Middletown 944-3043 



Grosh Furniture 

117 South Market Street 

Elizabethtown 367-1384 



Zarfoss Hardware 
1 Center Square 
Elizabethtown 367-1261 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Abel, Douglas 


126 


Bahador, Gitta 


41 


Best. Betsy 


119 


Brill, Beth 


132 


Aberle. Dana 


115 


Bahn. Constance 


44.51,114 


Best. Sandra 


113 


Brmton, Deborah 


39.141 


Abplanalp. Karen 


107 


Bailey, Cherlynn 


113 


Beyer, Brenda 




Britton, John 


111 


Abuka. Sam 


41.125 


Bailey, Kenneth 




Beyer, Robert 


16.110 


Brooks, Bradley 




Accorsi, Felicia 




Bailey. Thomas 


74,126 


Bhatti. Javed 


41.44.126 


Brookes, Laurie 


43.119 


Ackerson, Margaret 


30.47,49,115 


Bair, Jed 




Biegalski, William 


60.140 


Brose, Marty 




Adamko. Michael 




Baker, Elizabeth 


38.47,49.117 


Bierbower, William 




Brown, Beverly 




Adams, Augustus 




Baker. Carenda 


48 


Bigham, Janet 


26.108 


Brown. Clifford 




Adams. Lisa 




Baker. Hollis 


47,48.49 


Billbrough, Carrie 


51.68,114.115 


Brown. Connie 




Aina, David 


39.138 


Baker, Richard 


126 


Billy, Mary 


43.140 


Brown. Darryl 


48,49,125 


Albaugh, Todd 




Baker, Gary 


46,48.111 


Bingeman, Michael 




Brown, Douglas 


68 


Albanese, Claudia 


105 


Baker. Karl 




Binkley, Susan 




Brown. Gabby 


142.155 


Alburger, Susan 




Baker. Scott 


38.41.83,125 


Bisbing, Lynne 


38.47,48 


Brown. George 


27,128 


Albright. Joan 


66.111.145 


Balentine, Susan 




Bittner. John 


48.125 


Brown. Lisa 


118 


Alessio. Frank 




Barakos. George 


128 


Black, Cynthia 


67 


Brown, Lois 




Algeo. William 26.30.32,62.126,130 


Baranko, Joseph 


68 


Blair, Becky 


67.71.76 


Brown, Todd 


40.44,125,143 


Aliang, David 


41 


Barash. Keith 


125 


Blaisdell. Mark 




Brown, Tyrand 




Allen. Deborah 


14,15.113,139 


Barbarich, James 




Blaisdell. Lee 




Brubaker. David 




Allen. Karen 


117 


Barger. Judith 


49 


Blaisdell. Judith 


140 


Brubaker. Roger 




Allen III, William 




Barnes, Luanne 


44 


Blake, William 




Brubaker, Sandra 




Allison. Beth 




Barnett. Joyce 


39,44.114 


Blanchett. Linda 


50,121.141 


Brugger, Nancy 




Allison, Cheryl 


106 


Barnhari, Brenda 


13,45,118 


Blaschak, Debra 


107 


Buck. Dennis 


38 


Allison. Jean 


139 


Barninger, David 




Bledsoe, Timothy 




Buck. Steven 


50.110.143 


Amritt. Karen 


123 


Barone. Michael 




Bock. Sandra 


106 


Buck, Gregory 


140 


Anderson, Joanne 


7.41.106 


Barta, Susan 


67,77 


Boess. Michael 


111 


Buckley. Daniel 


125 


Anderson, Kurt 


72 


Bartells, Randi 


49,122 


Bohn. Kathy 


118 


Buckwalter, Sharon 




Anderson. Michael 


46.126 


Barton, Elizabeth 


26.105.138,164 


Boland. Kathleen 


141 


Budko, Gregory 


129 


Anderson II, Donald 




Barton. Holly 


105 


Bolle. Susan 


43.118 


Bundy, Judith 




7.23.26.46.124.125 


Bauer, Elaine 


40.115 


Bollinger. Cynthia 


77 


Burdge, Aileen 


44.48.107,142 


Andrews, Chris 




Baughman, Arthur 




Bonsell. Cheryl 


47 


Burk, Tamara 


117 


Andrews, Denice 




Baum, Thomas 




Bonner. Lori 


113 


Burkey, Diane 


48 


Andrews. Jonelle 




Bausher, Bruce 


111 


Book. Kelly 


106 


Burton, Jean 


43.106 


Angstadt. Rodney 


111 


Baust, Josie 


114 


Boornazian. Laura 


108 


Butler, Corinne 


122 


Angstadt, Rochelle 


108 


Bear. Marcia 


47,105 


Bootier, John 




Buterbaugh, Dana 


41.43.49.117 


Annas, Sandra 




Beard. Kenneth 




Borowski. Susan 


2.46,53.105 


Bux, Deborah 


122 


Ankrim, Barbara 




Beazley. C David 




Borton, Cheryl 


49,106 


Butler, Christy 


49 


Anthony, Ellen 


45.49,114 


Beck. Dallas 




Bosak, William 


128 


Byers. James 




Anthony. Laura 


64. 113 


Beck, Denise 


70.76,117 


Bosch. Christoph 


140 


Byers. Phyllis 




Apicelli. Cipriano 


125 


Beck, Judy 




Bostwick, David 


129 


Byers, Sheryl 




Appelbaum, Vanessa 




Beesley. Alan 


48.110 


Bowers, Beth 66,77,111.141.145 


Cafiero. Christoph 


45 


Archer Jr.. Donald 




Beittel, Craig 




Bowersox, Mary 




Cahill, Robert 


125 


Ardrey. Tamela 


114,138 


Behan, Veronica 


106 


Bowman, Sharolyn 


118 


Caldarelli, Mary 


142 


Armer. Frank 


138 


Behr, Carolyn 


117,123 


Bowman, Carl 




Cale. Elizabeth 


44,142 


Armstrong, Frederick 


79.138.156 


Behrs, David 


111 


Bowman, Marion 




Calvert. Jill 


106 


Artz, Diane 


38.47.48 


Beittel. Betsy 




Boyer. Dean 


46.128.129 


Campbell. Joy 




Artz III. F Allen 


47,48.49.125 


Bellinger. Cindy 


67 


Boyle. Katy 


118 


Campbell, John 


143 


Artz. John 


13.27 


Benner. Silvan 


138 


Boyle. Marion 




Camplese. Angela 




Ashby. Cathy 




Bennett. Stephen 




Brodhag. Elizabeth 


26.49,114 


Carbone, Theresa 


43,143 


Asher, David 


127.139 


Bentz, Barbara 


50.122 


Bradley, David 


43.82 


Carmint, Holly 


43,106 


Atkinson, Susan 


108 


Benton. Nancy 


105 


Bradley, Geraldine 


66.70.77.107 


Carnarius, Catherine 


28.114,142 


Auch. Linda 




Bentzel, Karen 


40,43,109,175 


Bradley. Paula 


106 


Carraher, Thomas 


49 


Aucker. Brian 


139 


Beotsch, Mary Jo 


109,140 


Brandt. Cteo 




Carroll, Brian 


46 


Aucker, Kelly 


113 


Berlin. Bob 


82 


Breneman. Timothy 


83 


Carroll, Patricia 


115 


Aukamp. Lisa 


44.51.115 


Bernan, Valerie 


141 


Brenna. Carol 


123 


Carswell, Leon 


68,110 


Aungst, Joy 




Berkheimer, Polly 




Brennan. Jane 


123 


Carvell. Nina 




Autre*/. Richard 


7.22.40,124 


Bernard. Faith 


43.77 


Brennan. Michael 


130 


Casebeer. Janet 


49.122 


Ayoub, Ronald 


39.132.138 


Bervmchak. J Jude 


44,72 


Brenner, Jody 




Cassey, Scott 


48.125.143 


Azelvandre, Janette 


115 


Beshore, Sue 


52,141 


Brigance. Laura 


115 


Cavanaugh, James 


62,125 


Baer, Ronald 




Bessette. Dianne 


50.105 


Briggs. Karol 


35.49,106 


Cerreto, Stephen 


42 



202 



Chadwick, Mark 


68.128 


Cutler. Amanda 


107 


Dougherty. John 




Feilmeier. Joseph 




Chard, John 




Curry. Paul 


146 


Dougherty, Lorene 


46.105 


Felice. Pauline 




Charles. Nancy 


45.144 


Cuskey III, Michael 




Douglas, Stephen 


12.109.149.162 


Fembleaux. Lois 




Chant. Deborah 


122.143 


Cybulski. Ann 




Douglas. Anne 




Fenninger. Debra 


43 


Chapm. William 




Daily, Keith 


147 


Douglas III, Matthew 




Ferron. Thomas 


60.74,132 


Chapman. Donald 


72.130 


Dale. Denise 


107 


Dowdy, Janet 


44 


Fetrow, Dixie 




Chapman, Elwood 




Dalke. David 


39.147 


Drenning, Thierry 




Fetter, Aud 


119 


Chapman, Thomas 




Dang. Thu 


41 


Drescher, Linda 


109 


Fichthorn, Susan 


106 


Chelak, LeeAnn 


70.105 


Dapkiewicz. Diane 


146 


Dubbs, Amy 


47,50.108 


Filoromo. Nina 


107 


Cherego, Kathenne 




Daubert, Stanley 




Ducato. Margaret 


40.43.109.149 


Finan, Sally 


151 


Chester, Michael 




Davis, Catherine 




Duerst, Catherine 


119 


Finger, Robert 


151 


Chin. Wendy 


105 


Davis, Ann-Man 




Duong, Chau 


41 


Fink, Aileen 


2.40,46.106 


Chowansky, Mary 


113 


Davis. Lynda 


113 


Duong, Tu 


41,129 


Fink. Nelda 


48,108 


Chnstopher. Gary 


60 


Davis, Stephanie 




Duquette. Donna 


39.44.148 


Finn, Brian 




Chronister. Connie 


66.71.76,113 


Davis, Susan 


49,115 


Duvall. Robin 


38.113 


Fisher, David 




Chryst, David 


144 


Dawson, Kirkland 


125 


Durst. Jr.. Walter 


126 


Fisher. Joan 




Ciancia. Dawn 


49.108 


Dean, Dave 




Dwyer, Megan 




Fisher. John 




Cipollone, Lisa 


106 


Debartolis, Allison 


132 


Eagen, Mary 


148 


Fisher, Lorrie 


66,111 


Clark. Jeanna 


42,43.122 


De Cesare, Vivian 


113 


Eberhart, Joanette 


28,46,148 


Fisher, Vernon 




Clarke. David 




Decorso. James 




Eberly. Patty 


119,149 


Fitzgerald. Patricia 




Clarke, Sharen 


114 


Defino. Thomas 


62 


Ebersole. Barry 




Fitzpatrick. Donna 


25,42,46.115.150 


Clayton, Jeanne 


113,176 


Degler, Janet 




Ebersole. Susan 


119.149 


Flanders. Wendy 


45 


Clemens. David 


39 


De Haas, Marsha 


40,109 


Eck, Michelle 




Fleming, Edward 


126 


Clemens. John 




Deimler. Robert 


44 


Egbunu. Joseph 


39.41 


Fleming, Laura 


107 


Clemente. James 




Delesio. Denise 




Eichelberger, James 


112 


Floriani. Eileen 


42.118 


Clifford. Jan 


51,68.113 


Del Russo. Susan 


114 


Eichelberger, Jeffery 




Floyd, George 




Coburn. Marguerite 




De Mora Jr . William 


126 


Elder, Jay 


38.39.109.148 


Flouras. Nicholas 




Coccetti. Lisa 


105 


Denney, Anne 


46,48.146 


Eldndge, Brenda 


39 


Foerster, Gayle 


123 


Colden. Robin 


129.144 


Dennis. James 




El-Aridi. Adnan 


148 


Fogelsanger, Debrs 


i 44 


Coldiron. Randy 


38,74.138,145 


Densten. Susan 


44,51.114 


El-Aridi, Jouhad 




Foley, Margaret 


52.117 


Coleman, Gary 




Dent, Arthur 


128,146 


Elfreth, Frances 


119 


Folmer, Joan 




Coleman, Lisa 




Dent, Karen 




Elisee, Karen 




Foor. Christine 


123 


Colgan. Monica 


43,113 


Derr. Deborah 


113 


Ellenberger, Holly 




Foor. Lita 


38.115 


Collins. Timothy 




Derr, Teresa 




Ellsworth. Jonathan 


82.129 


Forbes, Jeffrey 


74,125 


Colon, Maria 


115 


De Santis, Eugene 


47,49.146 


Elsroth. Pamela 




Forbes, George 


130 


Colonna. Laura 


107 


Desjardin, Suzanne 




Endy. Michael 


39,79 


Forlenza, Thomas 




Coney. Susan 


50,71.120.122 


40,41,42.82.83,105 


England. Mark 


43.110 


Forster. Diane 


114 


Connelly, Dorothy 


65 


Detwiler, Gay 


43,123 


Engle. Lynn 


49 


Fox, Annette 


48.118 


Connelly, Maureen 


67,71,117 


Diacont, Elizabeth 


113 


Ensslen. Henry 


111 


Fox, Lori 


38.48.106,150 


Connor. Veronica 




Dickey, Michael 




Ent, Melanie 


122 


Fox. Margaret 


65 


Conrad. Robert 


145 


Dietrich, Lynne 


43 


Enterline. L Scott 




Foy. W. Benjamin 




Conway. Nancy 


113 


Di Fonzo. Peter 


129 


Erb, Craig 




Foy, Maryanne 


118 


Cook. Ian 




Dinsmore. Cris 


38.47.49 


Erb. Debra 




Frame. L Robert 


44,51.130 


Cooke. Holly 


119 


Digiacomo. Barbara 




Erdos. Melanie 




Francks. Marie 


53,108 


Cooksey, Patricia 


109 


Di Guiseppe. Barry 


44 


Eric. George 


130 


Francks. Barbara 


107 


Cooley, Cindy 


45.48.49.118 


Dillon, Ricky 


40 


Esbenshade. Linda 


13.39,40.41.49 


Franklin, Dennis 




Coons, Connie 


48,49.144 


Dinulos. Rebecca 


114 


Esposito. Nancy 




Frantz, John 


42.44.150 


Coppock. Esther 


123 


Di Rico, John 


42,147 


Eukert. Karen 


119 


Frasier, Scott 


22.27.60.130.151 


Cornell. Marc 


129.144 


Disney. Paul 




Evans, Daniel 




Franz. Gretchen 




Cortellessa. Diane 


43.49.105 


Distasio, Tina 


38.48.123 


Evans, Jean 




Fredncs, Lisa 




Coruzzi. Joann 


51,113 


Dmochowski, Thomas 


82 


Eveler, III. George 


51 


Freeda, Thomas 


126 


Covello. Paula 


115 


Dockey, Yvonne 


47.48.49,122 


Eveler, Dawn 


67,113 


Freedman, Barry 


132.151 


Coyne, Nancy 


46.109 


Dodge. Robin 


51,114 


Ewan, Holly 


114 


Freundel. Sherry 




Crawford, William 




Doerr, Michael 


72 


Ewer, William 


129 


Frey. Maryrose 


43,117 


Creighton, Kenneth 


43.144 


Doherty, David 


74,147 


Fagan, Stephen 




Frey, Matthew 




Crogle, Alan 




Dolan, Richard 


74.129 


Fager. Mary 




Frezzo, Jr . Gabriel 


150 


Crossland, Jay 




Donahue, Catherine 


114,148 


Fallos, Cynthia 


120.122 


Fricchione. Patrick 




Crossland, Patricia 


64.113 


Dondero, Diane 


123 


Fake. David 




Frick. Scott 


128 


Crouse. Deborah 


38.48 


Donley. John 




Fairchild. Eric 


125 


Fnedlin. Cheryl 


114 


Crowers. Lynne 




Donovan. Dorothy 


50.118 


Faus. Ronald 




Fnsbie. Jim 


82 


Crumlich. Julie 




Dorgan. Joseph 




Facer, Alan 


148 


Fritz. Joseph 


46,128 


Cummings, James 




Dorsey, Karen 


118 


Faulkner, Cynthia 


122.150 


Fuller. Judith 


41.49.109 


Cunha. John 




Dougherty, Dennis 


44,47.49 


Fefegula. Michael 


41,60 


Fultz. Craig 


39.44.151 



203 



Funk, Barbara 




Gorman. Kathleen 


38.49.118 


Hart, Bryce 




Hodson. Shelley 




Futer, Jerry 


60.74.130 


Gosman. Robert 22.62.127.128 


Hart, Charles 


60.128 


Hoeflich. Karin 


113 


Fylstra, Wendy 




Gosnell. Debra 51. 


113.153,176 


Hart, Jennifer 


43,118 


Hocker, John 


156 


Gaffney, Mary 


39,123 


Gosnell, Jeffrey 


111 


Hart, Thomas 


125 


Hoehn. Janet 


50.106 


Gage, Margaret 




Gossert. Sharon 


153 


Hartfield. Shirley 




Hoerl, Roger 


38,51.129.157 


Gage, Jr., Wells 




Gottschalk, Catherine 


106 


Hartman, Brian 




Hoffer, Deborah 


43 


Galdencio, Timothy 


151 


Gould, Sherray 


107 


Hartranft. Craig 




Hoerr, James 




Gaieila, Linda 


40.48.49 


Grace. Kathy 


50 


Hartzok. Jolene 


154 


Hoffer, Barbara 




Gallagher, Karen 


118 


Graden, Christine 




Hassinger, Kathy 




Hoffman, Donna 


48,117 


Gallagher, Kathryn 


43 


Grady, Mary-Katherme 


38.49.105 


Hawkins. Patrick 


110 


Hoffman, Janet 


105 


Gallant, Anne 


51,113 


Graham, Gay 


68,113 


Hawk. Keith 




Hofmann, Carla 


13,49.114 


Gallego. Lori 


115 


Graham, Janet 


48 


Hawk, Dale 




Hohenwarter, Jr., Thomas 


Galloway, Thomas 


46.152 


Graupensperger. Robert 




Hawrylo, Kathleen 


108 


Holcombe. John 


62.129 


Gallow. Constance 


114 


Gray, Carolyn 


40,122 


Hawthorne. Lori 


106 


Holder. Timothy 


111 


Garber, Sally 




Green, Arlene 


105 


Hawtof. Deborah 


38,115 


Holder, Ardyth 


113 


Gargone, Jr . Robert 


62 


Greenawalt, Larry 




Hayes. Gayle 


47,49.109 


Hollmger, David 45,47.48.49.129,157 


Garman, Jean 


43.120.123 


Greenly, Ruth 


40,122 


Hazelwood. Lyn 


48,49 


Hollinger, Lisa 




Garner, Kevin 




Greer, Jay 


129 


Hebrank, Miriam 




Hopper. Joanne 


40 


Garrett, Terry 




Grefe, Linda 


105 


Hecker, Jeffrey 




Horan. Michelle 


118 


Garnty, Erin 


106 


Greider, Kenneth 




Heffleger. Vernon 


129.154 


Horn. John 


45.126 


Gartland, Mary 




Gnce. David 




Heilman, Mary Alice 


154 


Horn, Kathleen 




Gathercole, John 




Griesemer, Kim 


113 


Heim. Kristine 


27.46.49,105 


Hornberger, Mark 




Gatta, Donna 


132.153 


Griscom, Kathleen 


152 


Heim. Margaret 


46,156 


Horst. Renee 


123 


Geary, Ray 


126 


Groene, Jeffrey 


40.153,170 


Heim, Yvonne 




Hostetler, Judith 




Geers, Jane 




Groff. Lisa 


65,80,113 


Heindel. Rhonda 


64.108 


Houseal, Mary Ellen 


45 


Geesaman, Mary 


44,51.114.153 


Grosh, Jr , John 




Heiney. Robert 




Houser, Beverly 


105.158 


Geidel, Gregory 




Gross. Frances 


49.118 


Heinz, Melanie 


48.106 


Howard. Kevin 




Geiger, Cynthia 




Grubb. Stephen 




Heinz, Ruth 




Howarth. Donna 


122 


Geiger, Maryanne 


39,43,118 


Gruber. Jerlynn 




Heisley. Robin 


157 


Hozella, Eileen 


52.122 


Geissler, Virginia 


41.105 


Grunow, Sharon 


43.132,153 


Heisner, Carol 


43 


Huber, Belinda 


47,48,105 


Gemmill, Judson 


129 


Grumbme. Beth 


42.48.117 


Helm, Jeffrey 




Huber, Diane 


67.82.159 


Gentilucci. Laura 




Guhit, Nora Lynn 


121 


Helman. Beth 38,47,49,106,157 


Huber. Elizabeth 


49,123 


Gentry. Janette 




Guers, Kristina 


50,105 


Helmick, Terri 




Hudson, Craig 




George, Russell 




Gumble. Laurie 


26,154 


Heltebridle. Laine 


40.47,49,128 


Huffman, Deborah 


48 


Gerard, Joanne 




Gumbert, Cathy 




Hemenck, Eva 


107 


Hufsey, Douglas 


74,159 


Gerding, Paul 


111 


43.46.50.107.154,182 


Henise, Jennifer 


66 


Hughes, Kathryn 




Getty, Joanne 




Guss, Barbara 


40 


Hennmger. Lori 


123 


Humphreys, Wayne 


27.128 


Geyer, Stephen 


43 


Gust, Cathy 


46,107.154 


Henshaw, Anne 


40,43.109 


Huntington. Robin 


123 


Gibble, Peggy 




Haas, Douglas 


39,44 


Herman. Barry 


39.44.128 


Hunziker, William 




Gieg, Kristin 


115 


Hahn. Glen 




Herr. John 




Hurley, Jamie 


106 


Gill, Genevieve 42.43.51,114,115 


Hahn. Nancy 


5,66 


Hershberger, Edward 




Hutchison, Kathyann 


107 


Ginder, Barry 




Haifley. Jenny 


48.80.118 


Hershey. Christine 


117 


Huyard. Wayne 


110 


Ginder, Linda 




Haines, James 


38,48,49 


Hertel, Barbara 47.49,50.52,118,156 


Insley. John 


38.130,158 


Giordano. Anthony 




Hale, Jr., John 


154 


Hertel, Nancy 


43,49,117 


Isaacs, Betsy 




Gish. Sonya 


152 


Hall. Beverly 


70,77 


Hess. Michael 


48.129.156 


Ishaka. Abdul 


158 


Glah, Joanne 


123 


Hamann. Karen 


117 


Hess, Ruth 




Jacobsen, Laurie 




Gladfelter, Jerry 


125 


Hambnght. Lynn 46,66,71,76.155 


Hess, Sandra 


76.113 


Jacoby, Kevin 


74.125 


Glass, Douglas 


125 


Hamon. Donna 




Hess. Sharon 


43 


Jaeger, Gail 




Glattfelder, Nancy 


113 


Hamor. Michael 




Hetherington, Wayne 


128 


Jameson, Christine 


113 


Glatfelter. Timothy 


40 


Hampshire. Jennifer 


113 


Hetrich. Kathleen 


107 


Jameson. James 


125 


Gleim. Robin 


50,121,123 


Hampton, Patricia 




Hieber. Kim 


113 


Janick, Karen 


115 


Glick, Dean 


62.110 


Hand, Susan 


118 


Hill. Cynthia 


123 


Johnson. Debra 


65.118 


Godfrey, Teresa 


109 


Handwerk, Ray 


129 


Hill. Donna 


30.46,49 


Johnson. Jr . Donald 




Goccia. Robert 


152 


Hanley, Mary 


23.123 


Hill, Janice 


49,114 


Johnson. Eric 




Goforth. Joyce 38,52.121.123,152 


Hannahs, Donald 


62 


Hilla. John 


128 


Johnson. Evelyn 39.46,105,150,158 


Good, Kenneth 




Hanson. A Christie 




Hillemeir, Kent 




Johnson II, Louis 




Good. Philip 


60 


Harbaugh. Tamalyn 


105 


Hineline. Susan 


44.156 


Johnson. Rodney 




Goodling, Gregory 




Hardic, Theron 


49,110 


Hmkle, Christine 


114 


Jones. Karenlee 


27,105 


Goodman, Kathy 


40.44.80.114 


Hare, Ann 


113,115 


Hinkley, Scott 




Jones, Karen 


77 


Goodwin. Charisse 


119 


Harper, Carl 




Hippie, Gail 




Jones, Kathy 


42.118 


Goodwin, Mary 


122 


Harnger, Joseph 


60,68 


Hippie, Jeffrey 




Jones, Nita 




Gordon. Leonard 




Harrison, Steve 




Hivner, Susan 


122 


Jones, Scott 


35.51,129,159 


Gordon, Terry 


53,109 


Hart. Bret 


155 


Hitz. Laurie 




Jordan. William 


26,48 



204 



Joseph, Lee 




Klmger, Helen 




La Rocca. Peter 




Mac Wright. Vicki 


117 


Judd, Ellen 27.38.46,47,48,49.52 


Knackstedt. Tamra 




Lash. Brian 


129,161 


Madara, Jeffrey 




Kachel, Joan 


106 


Knauer, Christopher 




Lashkevich, P John 


129 


Madenford. Edward 


163 


Kachnoskie, Charlene 




Knies. Kenneth 


126 


Lauchman, Kathye 


106 


Maggese, Maureen 




Kaercher. Belinda 


114 


Knight. Karen 


39.49.115 


Laudenberger, Diane 




Maina, Peter 




Kafka. Donna 


40.48.117 


Knight, Kathryn 


122 


Lawler, Donald 


62.74.125 


Mahon, James 


130 


Kaiser. Mark 


107 


Knox, Michael 


62 


Lawrence. Pam 


43 


Mahaney. William 




Kapner, Cynthia 


119 


Knox, Paul 




Layman, James 




Mahan. James 


45,49.162 


Kappra, Kevin 


38.126 


Koast, Karen 




Leaman, Tern 


107 


Mam, Jeffrey 


48.163 


Kaylor, Fred 




Koch. Colette 


50.118 


Lebo. Deborah 


48.107 


Makara, William 


128 


Kearns, Michael 




Kochel, Nancy 


109 


Leahey, Patricia 


38.162 


Malesic. Jan 


71 


Keech, Timothy 




Kobyhnski, Mane 


115 


Le Coney. Elizabeth 


118 


Malick, Randall 


49 


Keffer, Kenneth 




Kocserha, Joanne 


39,51 


Lee, Ruth Anne 


44 


Manieson, Samuel 




Keith, Mary 


107 


Koerwer, Nancy 


42,132,160 


Lee, William 




Manwiller. Knsten 


105 


Kell. Brian 


41 


Koernig, Mark 


38,158 


Leed. David 




March. Diane 


105 


Kelker, Kathleen 




Kohier, Paul 




Lefever, Shirley 




Maples. Margaret 40,41 


,80,107,163 


Keller. Kathenne 


24,80,108 


Kohut, Mary 


71 


Lefin, Christine 


67 


Marburger, Pamela 


107 


Keller. Lisa 


48 


Kolmus, Marjorie 


161 


Lehman, Carol 




Mares, Ruth 


40.121,164 


Kelley. David 


79 


Kolakowski, Jr., Thomas 130 


Lehman, David 


72.130 


Marion. Robert 




Kelly. Kathy 


114.159 


Kondash, Michael 


44 


Leid, Michael 


38.128 


Markey. Kevin 


128 


Kelly, Kerne 


113 


Kopf. Darlene 




Lenhart. Diane 


118 


Markle. Jill 




Kennedy. Joanne 


43.67 


Koscevic, Scot 


128 


Lenker. Cynthia 


42.121 


Markle. Judy 




Kennedy. Scott 


130 


Kottmeyer. Karen 


107 


Leomporra, Licia 


41,49.105 


Marks, Carolyn 


50 


Kepner. Cynthia 


106.158 


Koury, Jeanne 


51,115 


Lesher, Robin 


105 


Marshall, Peter 




Kerlin, Suzanne 


42.52 


Koval. Stacia 


112,114 


Lewis, Cindy 




Marshall, Nancy 


118 


Kern, Janet 




Kowalok. Judith 


109 


Lewis, Deborah 


39,119 


Marsicano, Peggy 




Kesler, James 




Kowalchuk, Tanya 


46,52.132.161 


Liberatori, Kathleen 


46,106 


Martin, David 


43.146,157 


Kessler, Marcia 


44.105 


Kovach. Craig 


126 


Liggins, Beth 




Martin, J Horace 




Kettrick, William 


125 


Kozak, Susan 


39.44.51.77 


Lighty, Bonita 


67,77.113 


Martin, John 


164 


Kibala. Joseph 


125 


Krall, Robert 




Little. Barbara 


48,132,163 


Martin. John 


110 


Kiewe. Lisa 


108 


Kramer. Denise 


119 


List, Jo Ann 


66 


Martin, Kathy 




Kilhan. April 




Kramer, Lisa 


114,160 


Little, Joy 


47.48 


Martin, Jr., Robert 




Killian, Barry 




Krause. Eric 


129 


Litvinas, Patricia 


109 


Martin II. Roy 


125 


Killian, Patrick 




Kraybill, Frances 




Llewellyn, Barry 




Martin. Sheryl 


117 


Killian II. R Alan 




Kreamer, Phyllis 


48 


7.36,39.53.83,127,128.163 


Marx, Cynthia 


50.117 


Kilby, Daniel 


60 


Kreider, Brenda 


47.48,114 


Llewellyn, John 


128 


Marzolf, Howard 




Kilhefner. Eric 


128 


Kreider, Kerry 




Lloyd, Tracy 


28.43.109 


Maser, Raelene 


44 


Killmer, Kim 23,52.53.120,158 


Kreitzer, Elizabeth 


160 


Loeffler, Jeanne 


43.66 


Maser, Katharine 35.39,76.114,164 


Kim, Sok Young 


109 


Kreitzer. Kimberly 


48,49 


Loewen, Mark 38.39,40,124.162 


Mason. Kendall 


119 


King, David 


130 


Krupa, Bernard 


68.110.160 


Lofstrom, Christine 


43,142,162 


Mason, Nancy 


42.49.113 


King. Dorothy 


46.122 


Kudlesky. Jay 




Lottus. Mary Jo 


51.113 


Mason, Sherry 


115 


King, Rebecca 




Kuester, Evelyn 


50,123 


Lohse, Gretchen 


105 


Matheson, Kellie 


123 


King. Robyn 


64.70 


Kugler, Theresa 




Lomerson. Margaret 


118.150.162 


Matthews. Elizabeth 


76.105 


Kinsey, Rick 




Kuhn, Doris 


114,161 


Loney. Joanne 


46.76.163 


Matulay. Cynthia 


76 


Kipp, Cathy 


43.122 


Kulp, Ruth 


44 


Long, Brenda 




Mau, Mary 




Kiraly, Cristy 




Kunkle. Raeann 




Long, Jeffrey 




Maurer, Anthony 


72.126 


Kirby, Susan 


123 


Kurowski, Sharon 


39.43.44 


Long, Terence 




Maurer. Duane 


72 


Kirchner. Christine 


105 


Kurzweil. Erica 


40.106.161 


Longenecker, Jack 




May. Julie 


113 


Kirchner, Jr , Eugene 


44.130 


Kusnierczyk, Donna 


107 


Longsderff, David 


48 


Mc Allister, Ginger 


108 


Kirk, Elizabeth 


107 


Kwader, Catherine 


113 


Loring. Pamela 


48.49.123 


Mc Aloose. Stacie 


42.52 


Kissel. Jennifer 


105 


Kwak, Joon-Ho 


41 


Lotz. Gotthard 




Mc Alpine. Dane 


43.62 


Kitsock. Geofrey 


79,111 


Kuzava. Kathy 


160 


Louder, Carolyn 


114 


Mc Cafferty. Anne 




Klaus, Joseph 




Labe, Kathy 


40.41,121 


Lowry, Joseph 


129 


Mc Candless, Joan 




Klein. Scott 


109 


Labenberg, Eric 




Lutz, Kathryn 




Mc Carthy. Timothy 


164 


Kleinfelter, Mark 


48 


La Chance. Steven 




Lutz. Jr., Larry 




Mc Carty. Randall 


44,165 


Kleiss. Donald 


126 


Lacombe. Steven 




Lykens. Robert 




Mc Cloy, Jeffrey 


43 


Kline. Belinda 


114.115 


Lamb. Robert 


52.161 


Lynch. Sharon 




Mc Clure, Jeanne 


118 


Kline. Gayle 


118 


Lamberta. Frank 


128 


Lyon, Maureen 


48.114 


Mc Clure. Robert 




Kline. Robert 




Landis, Lisa 


43 


Mayberry, David 




Mc Coy. Barbara 




Klmedinst. Karen 




Landis. Jenny 




Macholdt. William 




Mc Coy. Kenneth 




Kling. Use 


26.65.113 


Lane. Teresa 




Mack, Scott 


60 


Mc Cullough, Linda 


42.118 


Klmg, Robert 




Lang, Lisa 


50 


Mack. Sandra 


43.107 


Mc Cullough, Wayne 


74,125 


Kling, Sylvia 


64.113 


Lapioli, Patrick 




Mac Lean, Susan 


40.43.48,109 


Mc Cutcheon, Lynda 


109 



205 



Mc Dade. Lisa 14,64,116,118.165 


Mohr, Mary Ann 




Nickel. Timothy 


45,46,168 


Peterson, Cheryl 


38.49,171 


Mc Donald, Jane 




Mondschein, Christine 105 


Nitterhouse, Karen 


80,107 


Peterson, Christina 


114 


Mc Fadden, Cheryl 


71.122 


Montgomery. Margery 49 


Noggle. Vincent 




Peterson, Jerry 


49 


Mc Ginty. John 




Moore. James 


44.129.166 


Nolt. Holly 




Petticoffer, Dawn 




Mc Glaughlin. Eugen 


e 


Moosa, Abdul 


39.41.44.126 


Nordenberg, Ruth 




Pfadenhauer, Glenn 


2.41.110 


Mc Ghee, Lynne 


44.51.114,176 


Moran, Brian 


68 


Northrop, Melissa 


117 


Phillips, Kathy 




Mc Grath, Janet 


107 


Morey, Jane 




Novobilski, Deborah 


42 


Phillips. William 


150,170 


Mc llvaine. Ross 




Morey, Joan 


109 


Noyes. Daniel 


82.125 


Pierce. Scott 


72 


Mc Kim. James 




Morgan, Sherry 


113 


Numaguchi, Toshio 


45 


Pietsch, Roy 




Mc Knight, Niall 


60.126 


Morgenson, Susan 


45,123 


Ober, Elizabeth 




Pingitore. Frank 




Mc Nitt. Timothy 




Mormile, Annette 


43,64,107,166 


Oberholtzer, Donovan 




Pisano. Robert 




Mc Pike. Kathy-Jo 


113 


Morral Jr , Thomas 


130 


Oberholtzer, Miriam 




Pisano. Susan 




Meagher. Karen 


43 


Morris, David 




Oberkofler. Barbara 


168 


Pitka. William 




Meals. Laurie 


164 


Morris. Elizabeth 


105 


Oberly, Thomas 


169 


Pizzi, Michael 27.30.38.42.43.49.109 


Meckley. Keith 


82.128 


Morris, James 


175 


Oblender. David 


74 


Plovish. Kim 


50.109 


Meibohm. Emily 


43.118 


Morrissey. Marilyn 


50.117.166 


O'Brien. Maurees 43.52,118,126,181 


Plymyer, Ann 


121 


Mehalko. Andrew 




Morion, Richard 




Ocamb. Scott 


169 


Polder, Lisa 


113.170 


Mehlmann, Frank 




Morion, Robert 


43.128 


O'Keefe, Coleen 39,43,77,120.139 


Pollard, Janet 




Mehler, Paula 


45 


Moschini, James 


124 


Olalere, Tony 


41 


Pollini, Robyn 


42.114 


Meier, Robert 


164 


Motter. Mark 




Oldis. Polly 26.27.43.48.116.126 


Pontius. Paul 


14.111 


Metier Julie 


46.164 


Mowry, Elizabeth 




Olesky, William 


60 


Poore. Bradley 


82.111 


Meizen. David 


2 


Moyer. Richard 




Olubiyo. Anthony 


39.41.168 


Post. Edmund 




Melchiondo. Toni 


118 


Moyer. Timothy 


34.82,130.167 


O'Reilly Jr . John 


129 


Postupack, Sandra 


38,49 


Menges. Kimberly 


113 


Moyer. Wendy 


45.167 


Ortega, Santos 




Poulton. Robert 




Menhardt. Deborah 




Moyo, Mxocisi 




Osborne III. William 


128 


Powell. Leslie 


49.114 


66,76.115.144,166 


Mruk, Christine 


117 


Osmon, Melinda 


46,119 


Pratte. Martin 


170 


Menosky, Judy 


43,50.119 


Muhich, Mary 


28,43.117 


Otieno. Beneah 


41 


Pratt. Wade 


34,49.82 


Merel. Kathryn 


43.118 


Mulder, Donna 


70 


Owen, Perry 


74 


Preston, Mary 


50.108 


Merel, Mary Ann 


40.113 


Mullin. Melissa 


50.77.107 


Overly, Vickie 


47.123 


Price, Loretta 


38.48.122 


Mermon, Marcia 


167 


Mumford. Robert 


126 


Oyler, Jackie 




Price. Pamela 


113 


Merritt, Bruce 




Mummert, Karen 




Pack, Virginia 


45.115,168 


Pnggins. Judith 


119 


Mertz, Nancy 


49.65 


Mummert, Mary 




Pagen, Alfred 


43.110 


Princiotta, Karen 


44 


Mertz. Richard 




Murphy. Barbara 




Page. Jill 38.40.47.49.122 


Procek. Gary 




Messina, Anne 


107 


Murphy, Daniel 


47.49.148,168 


Palaskey, Douglas 


46.111,168 


Procopio. Linda 




Messner, Michael 




Murphy, Glenna 


28,46.105 


Palmer, David 


129 


Pryor Jr , Scott 




Meszaros. Louise 


105 


Murphy. Julie 


43.53.107 


Palmer. Page 


109 


Pruitt. Norma 




Metcalf, Julie 


43.118 


Murray. Annette 


47,49.118 


Palubinsky. Kathleen 


70.108 


Purcell Sr , Anthony 




Metzger. Melanie 


67,76 


Musselman. Knsta 


49.123 


Paolini. Michael 


130 


Pugliese, Mariangelo 


27,117 


Meyerhoffer, Ray 




Musser, Deanna 


113 


Pappas. John 


38,82.170 


Puhalla, Teresa 


107 


Milanick, Julie 


43.118 


Musser, Traci 


109 


Pappas, George 


111 


Quenzer, Suzanne 


113,171 


Milbrand. Michael 




Myer, Brian 




Pantano, Jeanme 


114 


Quigley, Denise 




Miles, Michael 




Myers, Darryl 




Parham, Donald 


39.129 


Quinn, Donald 




Miller, Cindy 


41 


Myers, Karen 


38,49.107 


Parker, John 


130 


38.125,126,171.177,181 


Miller. Clifford 




Myers, Scott 


125 


Parker, Margaret 


64.118 


Quinn, Jr., John 


79.170 


Miller III. Daniel 




Myers. Terry 




Parnsh Jr., George 


130 


Quinn. Richard 


171 


Miller, Jack 




Naji. Majid 




Parrett. Phyllis 




Ranck, Linda 


118 


Miller, James 




Nauman, Gregory 




Patton, Anita 


30,46,47.49 


Rankin, Julie 


43,48.118 


Miller, Lee 


22 


Neal, Donnie 




Paul, Dawn 


114 


Rankin, Susan 


67 


Miller. Lorraine 


114 


Needham, Linda 


114 


Paviglianiti. Joan 


46.114 


Rastegar, Lily 


41 


Miller. Philip 




Neff, Suzanne 




Pavlovic. Edward 


166 


Rathsam. Stephen 




Miller. Ralph 




Neil, Cynthia 


39,43,122,175 


Pearce. Melanie 


107 


Reabold, Matthew 


27,44 


Miller. Sandra 




Nelson. Angie 


49.114 


Peck, Sherrie 


107 


Rebman, Marcia 


49,116,119 


Miller. Stacy 




Nelson, Diane 


114 


Peele. Patricia 




Redding, Gail 


43.171 


Milner, Richard 


132 


Nelson, Edith 


118 


Pederson. Nancy 


49.117 


Reed, Jean 


40,117 


Miner, Janis 




Nelson, Mari-Cay 


132.169 


Peiffer. Beth 


70.77 


Reed, Robert 




Miner. Blame 


167 


Nettling, Gretchen 


38.47.48,49,114 


Pennabecker, Dean 


38,171 


Reed, Susan 


119 


Minnich. Chris 




Newcomer, Cheryl 




Pepple. Gregory 




Reese, Dana 


49,125 


Mizdail, Brenda 


105 


Newman, Francine 




Peramo. Kathy 




Reese, Cynthia 


115 


Miriello. Thomas 


62,128 


Newton. Gary 


43,44 


Perkins, John 


46.62 


Regan, Mary Lou 


71.108,183 


Mitchell, Karen 


43.49.118 


Neyhard. Dontia 


40.169 


Peterman, John 


126 


Regina, Richard 




Mnenga, Agundo 


39.41.166 


Newswanger. John 




Peterman, Todd 




Rehfuss, Kathleen 


39.44.114 


Modix, Emily 




Nguyen. Vu 


41.168 


Peters, Michael 


129 


Reich. Jay 


110 


Mohl, Kimberly 




Nichols. Jr . Robert 




Peters, Rochelle 


169 


Reid. Mary 


105 



206 



Reifsnyder. Anne 


119 


Ruhl, Robin 




Seldomndge. Judy 


48,50.83.118 


Sites, Linda 


118 


Reigle. William 




Rupp. Carla 




Sellers. Jeffrey 




Skiles, Samuel 


110 


Reilly. Ellen 




Russell, Donna 


47,113 


Selvey. Eric 


46,48 


Slamin, Theresa 


176 


Reilly, Lizbeth 


50.121 


Russell. Jeffrey 


60 


Sempeles, David 


109 


Stamp, Robert 


47.48.49.125 


Reard, Catherine 


28.123 


Rustici, Marc 


38.173 


Senabsky, Mary 


76 


Slonaker, Brad 


110 


Reiner, Patricia 




Rutt. Joan 




Senft, Pamela 




Sluzis, Frank 




Reinhart, Betsy 


113 


Rydock, Berna 




Senn, William 


125 


Smeltzer, Margarette 


113 


Reimger, David 27.51 


.72.128.172 


Salamone, Arlissa 


38.48.114 


Senkowski, Walter 




Smith, Andrea 




Renyo, John 


82 


Salomone, Michele 


107 


Sensenig, Michael 


74 


Smith. Betsy 


177 


Reyes, Rodolto 




Sanderson. Patricia 


67,123 


Sergi, Paul 


62.130 


Smith, Carey 


43,119 


Reymo, Cliff 


130 


Satow. Michael 


126 


Severance. Cynthia 


39,132,174 


Smith. Christopher 


44,47,109 


Rezm. Jennifer 


46.132.173 


Sauers. Mary 




Shadel. Richard 


74 


Smith. Fred 


69,177 


Rhoads. Bradley 


22.128 


Sauers, Bryan 


125 


Shallenberger. Nancy 


115 


Smith. David 




Rhoads, Phillip 




Saunders. Bruce 


128 


Shank, Douglas 




Smith, David 




Rhoades. Elizabeth 




Summers. Barbara 




Shank, Michael 




Smith. Fritz 




Rice, Linda 




Savory. Kevin 


116.159,173 


Shank, Rebecca 




Smith. Jennifer 


28.50 


Rich. Clifford 


38.173 


Saylor. Ronald 45.48.129.152.172 


Shank, William 


129 


Smith, Keith 


48,49,178 


Richard, Ralph 


111 


Sayre, Rodger 41.43.82.120.139.173 


Shanks, Cynthia 


108,174 


Smith, Sharon 


119 


Richman. Carol 


44.122 


Scarborough. Charles 




Shankman. Marcia 




Smith. Thomas 




Richardson. Wilber 




Scarpignato. Jean 


113 


Shannon, David 




Smykal, Julie 


114 


Richmond. Ruth 


43.132 


Schaeffer. Diane 


114 


Shapiro. Janet 


2.48.108 


Snavely. Debra 


49 


Richey. Donna 




Schatzman, Jane 


41.110 


Sharpley. George 




Snavely, Douglas 




Richey, Brian 




Schauren. Elaine 


47.49.108 


Shaw, V William 




Snee, Susan 


40.43.49.117 


Rife. Shirley 




Schaumann. Gustave 




Sheaffer, Michael 




Snelling, Lori 


28.64.65,113 


Riggleman, Shirley 




Scheib, Gary 


72 


Shearer. Karen 




Snook, Patty 




Rightmyer, George 




Scheib, Jeffrey 




Shedlosky, Tod 


129.130 


Snyder. Audrey 




Riley. Debra 


123 


Scheetz, Gale 


107 


Sheeny. John 


176.183 


Snyder, Janice 


122 


Riley. Michael 


74 


Scheppach, Kathie 


122 


Sheetz, Jessica 




Snyder. Kathryn 


106 


Riley, Thomas 




Scheuing. Keith 




Sheffield, Linda 


50 


Snyder, Tamma 




Riley, Joelle 




Scheuchenzuber. Steven 38 


Shelley. Keith 


82 


Snyder, Thomas 




Rintz, Carlton 


129 


Schick, Julie 


43,173 


Shepard. Jay 




Soldati, Barbara 


121 


Ritchie. Janme 




Schiding, Jeffrey 


174 


Shiba, David 


125 


Sole, Andrew 




Rittenhouse. Melanie 




Schillinger. Deborah 


107 


Shilling. Stanley 


121 


Sohn, David 




Roadcap, James 




Schlett. Walter 


125 


Shillingford. Anne 


67.76 


Solsky. Keith 




Roberts. Maureen 


117 


Schlosser. James 


82 


Shimer III. Frank 




Sopko. Timothy 




Robertson, Catherine 




Schlossman, Dawn 


108 


Shimomura. Yuki 


41.177 


Sowell. Sharon 


179 


Robinson, June 


65 


Schmerfeld. Gail 


40.113 


Shipe. John 




Spaar. Dawn 


114 


Robinson, Kent 




Schmid. Eric 


109 


Shirk. Marsha 




Spangler. John 




Rochelle, Steven 


128 


Schmidt. Cynthia 


122 


Shirtz. Jeannine 


43,115 


Spangler, Michael 


11 


Rodngues, Odilon 


62.130 


Schmidt, Mark 


79.125,174 


Shiveler. Donna 


123 


Spaseff, Mark 


62.72.110 


Rodngues, Ocelsio 


62.130 


Schmidt. Mary 39,44.51.53.147,174 


Shope, Mark 




Spayd, John 




Rodngues. Orlando 


40,62.128 


Schmidt. Sue 


49 


Shope, Phyllis 


66 


Spence, Carol 


113 


Rogers, Carol 


123 


Schmitz. John 


40.129 


Short, Donna 


42.115 


Splane. Timothy 


62,130 


Rohland. Janice 


44.106.172 


Schober. William 


126 


Showalter, Juli 


108.183 


Srnka. Alan 




Rohrbaugh, Joan 


113 


Scholly, Joseph 




Showers, Donald 


46 


Stagias. Peter 




Rohr. Sandra 


83.113 


Schools, Diane 




Showers, Tom 


23 


Stahl. Heidi 


26.113 


Roland. Peter 


72 


Schreiber, Suzanne 


48 


Shover. Nina 


41.109 


Stahl. Kathenne 


106 


Romano Jr., Edward 




Schuler, Laurette 


42.113 


Shubert, Steven 


43.128 


Stalker, Diane 


107 


Ronemus. Robert 


172 


Schumpert. Rory 


62 


Shugars, William 


53.104.110 


Stambaugh, Jill 


46.121.179 


Roscoe, Paul 




Schultz. Jenny 


38.47 


Shull, James 


110 


Stanger, Roberta 


113 


Rosenberry. Sabrina 




Schwarzmann. Kathy 


122 


Shultz, Jennifer 




Stare. Richard 




Roselli, Stephen 




Schweibert, Raymond 


111 


Sick, George 




Starr. Cathy 


48.123 


Ross, Kathy 


38 


Scillien. Lori 


53.113 


Sieck, Michael 


132 


Starr. Deanne 39.41.43.76,117 


Rossi. Holly 




Schwoyer. David 


128 


Siefert, Anne 


25.66.112 


Startzel. John 




Rothenberger, Jeffrey 


46.48 


Schwing. Katrina 


107 


Siegfried. Peggy 


177 


Stauffer. Erla 




Roth. Stacy 


118 


Scott. Alison 


108.174 


Siegnst. Elizabeth 


107 


Stauffer. Jeffrey 


79 


Roth. Constance 


16.172 


Scott. Cathy 


115 


Silverman, Andrew 


62.126 


Stauffer. Selisa 


132.178 


Rowe, Bruce 


62 


Scott, Lisa 


175 


Simansky, Mary 


65.71.76.113 


Steinhart. Norma 




Rowe, Teresa 


44,107 


Scotten, Robert 


60.132 


Simback, Carol 


43,118 


Stetnweg. Paul 


48.128.129 


Rowett. Susan 


43.105 


Seager. Timothy 


22,31,82.128 


Simons. Bronwyn 


176 


Steltzer. Richard 




Rubin, Carolyn 


122 


Segall, Jacqueline 


175 


Simpson, Pamela 


176 


Stepanchak, Thomas 


27.116,125 


Rudy, Philip 




Seibert, Ann 


26,106.174 


Simpson. Theresa 


42.67,117 


Stepanchick, Gary 




Ruggien, Paul 


62.130 


Seifrit. Sue 


107 


Singley. Caryn 


44.176 


Stephens, Charles 





207 



Stephens, Mary 




Tyson, William 


60.76 


Stetler. Cynthia 


53,114 


Tyrie. Donald 


38.41,82,129 


Stetler. Laurie 


53 


Tyszka. Kathryn 


64,77,107 


Stevens, Susan 


115 


Uckert, Karen 




Stevenson, N. Mark 


128 


Ulrich. Bruce 


128 


Stewart, Hugh 




Unkle. Lisa 


121 


Stimmel, Barbara 




Uong. Ha 


41.126 


Stinson, Marlene 




Updegraff, Donna 




Stirling, Timothy 


128 


Urban. Dorothy 




Stone, Amy 


154,178 


Uson, Manuel 




Stoppi, William 




Utzmger. Robert 


128 


Storst. Linda 


107 


Valas, E Jane 




Stoutfer. Philip 




40.43.46,48.76.114,175.181 


Stoudt. Michael 


40.49 


Van Horn, Erica 


113.114 


Stoutzenberger, Ellen 




Vaughn. Patricia 


113 


Street, Patricia 




Verazin. Gary 


26.68,110.164 


Strickler, Thomas 




Vitanus, Jonathan 


68.128 


Strohman. Richard 




Vogel, Janet 


43.180 


Stum. Melissa 


49,108 


Von Der Heiden. Serena 117 


Suitch. Stephen 


128 


Waddell. Dennis 


60 


Sullivan, Karen 


118 


Waggoner, Susan 




Sulyok, Marion 


49 


33.43.52.82.132,180 


Sumpman, Sonja 




Wagner, David 


180 


Sweger, Barry 




Wagner. Faith 


180 


Sweigart, Theresa 




Wagner. G David 




Swope. Jody 




Wagner, Sandra 


105 


Tabbutt. David 


125.178 


Wahl. Kim 


40 


Takagi, Toru 


179 


Walker. Diane 




Tamburro. Jeffrey 


44,130 


Wall. Jill 




Tanner, Frank 




Wallace Jr , Frederick 




Taylor, Connie 




Wallace, Lisa 




Taylor, Nancy 


179 


Walling, James 


126 


Templeton, James 


74 


Walmer, Harold 




Tennis Brett 


130 


Waltman, Mary Beth 




Terry. Dawn 




2.43.132,142.172.181 


Terry. Richard 


62.130 


Walton, Donna 


40.43,52 


Tessier, Suzanne 38,40.47,48,49,114 


Wanke, Douglas 


126 


Tezak, Marianne 


67,107 


Ward. Douglas 




Thirlwall, Janice 


123 


Ward. Marylynn 


51 


Thomas. Arthur 


42.51.128.178 


Warner, David 




Thomas, Jane 


114 


Warner, Donald 


128 


Thomas, Kathy 


43.105 


Warner, Sharon 


123 


Thommes. Lisa 


109 


Warrell. Annette 


43 


Thornley. Charles 


43.48.49 


Watts. David 




Tierney, Raymond 


62,111 


Watts. Mary 


39.123 


Tillett. Tracey 




Way. Donna 


123 


Titus. Lynne 


70 


Wealand. Janice 


38.48.117 


Tobias. Debra 




Weaver, Dwayne 


48.110 


Torgersen. Linda 


39.43.80.118 


Weaver, Floyd 




Touloumes. John 




Weaver, Gary 


130 


Toure, Bacary 


41.62 


Weaver, James 




Travis, Gaye 


46.132 


Weaver, Mark 


68.130 


Trayer, Timothy 


109 


Weaver. Mary 




Tree. Michael 




Weaver. Melissa 


142 


Trees. Richard 




Weaver. Tamara 


38,47.49,122 


Trent. Nancy 


107.178 


Webb, Allison 


118 


Trexler, Brenda 




Webb. Douglas 


46 


Trimble, Melinda 


113,180 


Weber, Jane 


23.108 


Tshudy. Bonny 


109.181 


Weber, Susan 


45.115 


Tulley, Teresa 


70.106 


Wechter. Gregory 


181 



Week, Kimberly 
Wegner, Markus 
Weisbach, Douglas 
Weise. Norman 
Weisert, Doris 
Weller, Connie 
Weller, Martha 
Welliver. Gilbert 
Wells. Kim 
Wells, Susan182 
Welsh. Hilary 
Wenger. Gary 
Wenzel. Stephen 
Werner, Patricia 

2.14.45.50,120.122,139. 

Wertz, Jody 43.45,46 

West. Carol 

West, Lowell 

Wetzel, Elizabeth 

Wetzler, Jo Anna 

Whalen, Albert 

Wheller, Mark 

Whetstone, Julie 

Whitacre. Beth 

Whiting, Kent 

Whitley, Suzanne 

Whitman. Richard 

Whitmore, Todd 

Wiatroski. Susan 

Wightman, Barbara 

Wiker, Sharon 

Wilder, Judith 

Williams. Wanda 

Wilk. Bernadett 

Wilkins, Nancy 

Williams, Jr.. Henry 

Williard. Steve 

Williard. Sandra 

Willoughby, Mark 

Wilson. Diane 

Wilson. Donna 

Wilson, Michael 

Wilt, Bryan 

Winemiller. Randy 

Winter. Richard 

Winters, Galen 

Winters. Joyce 

Winters. Rose 

Wirth, Randy 

Wise, Bernard 

Witherow. Jr., John 

Witkovsky, Kim 

Witkovsky. Paul 

Witman, Don 

Wolf. Christine 

Wolgemuth. Kirk 

Wolgemuth, Nancy 

Wood. Keith 

Wood. Jr., William 

Woodson, J Thomas 



41.132.182 


Woolley, Anne 


38.184 


40.44.128 


Woolley, Thomas 


26.130 


128 


Worst. Linda 
Wozniak, Gerald 




42,115 


Wright, Deborah 
Wright, Keelee 




115 


Wright. Susan 


47.105 




Wylde. Gary 


44.74.130 




Wynn. Ellen 






Yannone, Beverly 


185 


6.118 


Yasenchak, Michael 


47.48 




Yeatman, Julia 


76.122 




Yeager, Walter 


43 


43.46.182 


Yeagley, Jestena 




182 


Yeingst, James 


82 


.132.142,183 


Yeingst, Linda 


109 




Yost. Herbert 


125 




Young. Patricia 




65,76.122 


Yunginger, Denise 




80.108 


Yuninger, Tammy 


38.40,48.49,117 




Zaccano. Robert 


40 




Zahn, Margaret 


106 




Zapata. Elkin 


62.130 


47,117 


Zartman. Randal 




48.130 


Zearloss, Cynthia 




48,114 


Zercher, Vickie 


185 




Zerling, Valerie 


64.184 




Zidzik, Suzanne 




77.123 


Ziegler. Dale 


49.101 


2.53,108.183 


Ziegler, Doreen 


49.52.122.184 




Zimmerman. Caryl 


113 


106 


Zinn. Nancy 


132.185 


48.107 


Zizos. Mary Ellen 


76.123 


43.117 


Zmuda. Richard 


46 


80 


Zook. Joette 






Zuern, Erich 


28 


130 


Zuniga. Abraham 


185 


60 






118 






118 






130.183 






129 







109 
110 

14.43,182 
130 

48,49,182 
121 
126 

40.182 
43.111 

111 



208 



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