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GRIZZLY GROWL 
1967 



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THE 
GRIZZLY 



1967 



Cover design and above sketch by Gale Morgan. 



This 1967 issue of THE GRIZZLY rec- 
ognizes the fortieth anniversary of the El 
Dorado Junior College, forerunner of the 
present institution. At the same time it 
presents in considerable detail the build- 
ings and facilities of the new campus of the 
Butler County Community Junior College of 
El Dorado, Kansas, and the greatly in- 
creased student body and staff that have 
been the direct result of the school's reor- 
ganization and expansion. 



Rickey Stowers, Editor 

Bill Smith, Chief Photographer 

Blenda Kuhlmann, Faculty Adviser 



Contents 



ADMINISTRATION 

OUR NEW CAMPUS 

ORGANIZATIONS 

SPORTS 

CAMPUS LIFE 

CLASSES 

SPRING ACTIVITIES 

INDEX 



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INVITING ENTRANCE bids welcome to our campus. 




ER COUNTY' COMMUNITY 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 







THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, center of all 
official business, includes administrative offices, 
work rooms, the counseling service and a secretarial 
pool. 



Administration 





Administrators 



Unified Campus 
Achieved Through 
Administrative 
Leadership 



EDWIN J. WALBOURN, JR., President 



THE SIGNIFICANT GROWTH of the school 
has made it necessary to have educators in 
administrative positions in various areas of 
the Butler County Community Junior College . 
These direcotrs have offices in the new ad- 
ministration building, with the exception of 
Mrs. Mettler, whose office is located is the 
nursing area . 



WILLIAM CUMMINS, Academic Dean and 

Registrar 
LEONARD J. MCKINNEY, Director of 

Adult Education and Business 

Education 




RONALD D. 

WILSON, Direc- 
tor of Vocational 
and Technical 
Training 

MARILYN V. 
METTLER , 
Director of 
Nursing Educa- 
tion 

CHARLES HARRIS, 
Business 
Manager 




Administrative 
Offices 

DIRECTORS of college depart- 
ments conduct much official school 
business in their offices. 




MR. McKINNEY, director of Adult Education. 





PRESIDENT WALBOURN looks out on the campus mall 
from his office window. 



DEAN CUMMINS goes over enrollment with a 
Student. 




MR. NEAVILLE and secretary in the counsel- 
ing center. 




MR. WILSON, director of vocational and technical area. 



MR. HARRIS, business manager. 




Board of Trustees 



Richard Chase 
Garland P. Ferrell, Jr. Dr. G. E. Kassebaum J. W. Reed 



James B. McKay, Jr. E. F. Adams 
Chairman 



Completed Campus 
Increases 
Administrative 
Responsibilities 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 
OF TRUSTEES are kept busy with 
important policy making proce- 
dures of the school. On October 
1 and 2 they conducted open house 
and a dedication for the new 
campus with Gov. William Avery 
as speaker at the Sunday cere- 
mony. The date marked the third 
anniversary of the school's 
becoming a county college. 



BOARD ROOM in administration building, a place for business. 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Garland P. Ferrell, Jr. , J. W. Reed, Dr. G. E. Kassebaum, James B. McKay, Jr. , 
chairman, E. F. Adams, Richard Chase, Edwin J. Walbourn, Jr., college president. 



Faculty 

Increased Staff 
Meets Students' 

Needs 

SINCE OUR COLLEGE became a 
county community college three years 
ago, the faculty, as well as the student 
body, has tripled in number. The stu- 
dent-faculty ratio, therefore, remains 
about twenty students per teacher so 
that the ideal principle of the junior 
college to provide individual student 
help may be maintained. 




FACULTY WELCOME new members at coffee. 




BURL T. ARBOGAST, 
Electronics and Elec- 
tricity Technology 

VICTOR BLAND, 
Guidance Counselor 

GARYL. BOAT- 
RIGHT, Drafting 
Technology 

LOREN J. BRINK- 
MEYER, Data Pro- 
cessing 



MICHAEL BUTLER, 
Economics and Bus- 
iness 

ROBERT H. CHISM, 
Art 

CAROLYN DA IN, 
English 

ROBERT DA IN, So- 
cial Science 



J. THOMAS DIXON, 
Music 

CHARLES FULLER, Bi- 
ological Science 

ARDEN GOOD, Auto- 
Body Repair 

RICHARD L. 
GREGORY, Mathe- 
matics and Physical 
Science 





BARBARA JO RIDDLE 

Nursing 

(Joined faculty 

January 3, 1967) 



FACULTY SENATE in first business meeting 



CLYDE J. HIEBERT, Physical Science, and 
Chemistry 

SAMUEL T. HUGHES, Nursing 
OLIVER ISOM, Social Science 



MARY JACKSON, Business 

JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, Air Conditioning 
Technology 

ROBERT E. KENNEDY, Mathematics 



BLENDA KUHLMANN, English 
GAYLEA. KRAUSE, Mathematics 
RICHARD LACEY, Technical Mathematics 



JOHN K. LAY, Related Vocational English 
and Social Science 

JOE P. McADOO, Speech 

JEANETTE MALONE, Women's Physical 
Education 




DONALD L. MANGELS, Auto- 
Mechanics 

DENNIS MARTENS, Vocational 

DALE E. NEAVILLE, Director of 
Guidance and Counseling 



LESTER W. NIXON, English 
DARRYLF. PATTEN, Speech 
WILFRED L. PETTUS, Chemistry 



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Faculty Organized for Professional Strength 




LINDA S. POGOZELSKI, 

Business 

WAYNE POSTOAK, Men's 
Physical Education 

DALEREMSBERG, Men's 
Physical Education 

HUGH RICHARDSON, 
Library 



MARIAN ROWE, Library 

RONALD L. SEAGER. 
Business 

HERMAN H. SIMPSON, 
English 

PHILLIP THEIS, Science 



DON TOBUREN, English 

LEONA WATKINS 
Psychology 

FRED WEBB, Welding 

THEODORE WISCHROPP, 
Foreign Language 




ETHYL LANGE, secretary to President 
Walboum. 




MARTHA PARRY, secretary to Nurs- 
ing department. 




BARBARA PARSONS, clerk. 




Secretarial Staff 




VIRGINIA FRITZLER, receptionist 




CAROLYN JONES, secretary to Counselors 




PAT PLACE, clerk. 

LINDA PHARES and BARBARA COONROD in 
secretarial pool. 
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Maintenance 
Staff 




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R. L. SEYMOUR, custodian 



W. L. LAYMAN, custodian 



BURR ROBERTS, 
supervisor of buildings 
and grounds. 






ARCHIE RIGGS, custodian 



DENNIS ZUERCHER, groundsman ALLEN PERISHO, night watchman 





GERALD WHIPPLE, cabinet maker 



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GLENN LEIMER, electrician 




Staff 



Mrs. Martha Duncan 
Housemother 



Increased Personnel 
Manage Facilities 



ADDITIONAL FACILITIES on the 
campus have necessitated an increased 
staff, especially in the student union. 
The dormitory, and the bookstore and 
food service have provided significant 
offerings to campus life. 




Carl Riggs 
Bookstore Manager 




CAFETERIA STAFF: Beverly Hess, Manager; Pat Bailey, Snackbar; Lila Whipple, Dishwasher and 
Baker's Helper; Mary Call, Snackbar; Norma Davis, Cook and Server; Jean Schuler, Saladmaker; 
Leona Londeen, Evening Cook. 



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CLASSES OPENED in September for 
the first time in the history of our 
school on our completed campus of 
twelve buildings. 








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Our 

New 

Campus 





THE LIBRARY 



STUDY AREA on lower level 




EARLY USE of the 
reference room 



Library 



The library, center of the completed 
campus, is also the center of academic 
activity. Study areas, conference rooms, 
work rooms, listening rooms, and class 
rooms are only a part of the many 
facilities provided for students, fac- 
ulty, and community use. 







MOVING FURNITURE on elevator 



REFERENCE ROOM study area 



STUDY CARRELS in central area 



ART ON DISPLAY in library 






CHECK-OUT DESK 




CARRELS for private study 





MAGAZINE STACKS 




Wsasm 

CONFERENCE ROOM for class use 




LIBRARY from mall 



BULLETIN BOARD 



READING AREA facing campus mall 





SCIENCE -ACADEMIC building. 




PHYSICS lab needs higher ceilinj 
Inelastic collision experiment. 




Science-Academic 
Complex 

Psychology classes, mathe- 
matics classes, the biological 
and physical science departments, 
modern languages, business 
courses and speech classes are 
conducted in the science -academic 
complex which was one of the 
first buildings completed for last 
year's use. 



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Academic 



THE ACADEMIC wing of the 
complex, which was in use last 
year, includes the business de- 
partment, modern languages, and 
mathematics and speech classes. 
The lecture hall, between this 
wing and the science wing is a 
much-used area for classes and 
community activities. 



DATA PROCESSING Monrobot computer. 




SECRETARIAL OFFICE PRACTICE class. 




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ACCOUNTING CLASSES 



LANGUAGE LABORATORY aids study of modern language. 



LECTURE MALL provides classroom and auditorium 
facilities. 




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STUDENT UNION. 




Student Union 



FOOD SERVICE is one of the main 
attractions of the student union for 
dormitory residents and other school 
personnel who patronize regularly the 
cafeteria and snack bar. The bookstore 
provides necessary materials for the 
students, and smaller rooms are 
available for small dinner parties. As 
the social center of the campus the 
recreational area is a major attraction, 
and the dining room converts beautifully 
into a ballroom. 



SERVING TABLE in cafeteria. 




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STUDENTS HAVE meal tickets 
punched. 




PASTRIES are prepared. 



CAFETERIA has busy noon hour. 

DISHWASHING made easy. 





BOOK STORE staff readies shelves for semester rush. 



PUNCH TIME at the prom. 




FIRE LIGHT in the lounge. 



STUDENT UNION ballroom setting for Winter 
Prom. 



AFTER-GAME hop. 
POPULAR DOORWAYS. 





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Drafting 

and Machines 

NEWEST vocational building 
on campus houses the drafting and 
machine tooling departments. 



DRAFTING BUILDING 





BLUEPRINTING MACHINE 

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DRAWING ROOM 




JIGSAWS 



METAL LATHE 



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Auto Mechanics 

STUDENTS enrolled in the auto- 
mechariics courses receive training and 
experience to qualify them for employ- 
ment in the automotive industry. 




SANDING SURFACE for paint job 



TESTING TIRE tread 



SPRAY PAINTING 





FINE ARTS building. 




LITTLE THEATER audience fascinated by action on 
stage. 



Fine Arts 

Curriculum Offerings 
Varied and Expanded 

THE FINE ARTS building is the 
center of the music, art, and drama 
activities of the school. Practice rooms, 
art laboratories, and stagecraft areas 
are provided for students' use. The 
auditorium, designed for a little theater, 
affords facilities for small campus 
meetings and performing groups and for 
community interests. The stage is 
provided with one of the best equipped 
lighting systems in the area, making- 
possible dramatic and varied lighting 
effects. The presence of this fine arts 
center on our campus offers a splendid 
cultural atmosphere for all. 



SOUND OF CHRISTMAS concert. 



BLITHE SPIRIT of "Actors' Work- 
shop '66" with Charles White and 
Celia Conger. 





CREATING IDEAS in art laboratory. 





BAND PRACTICES in large rehearsal room 



REFRESHMENTS AFTER first per- 
formance of Actors' Workshop '66, 




INSTALLING LIGHTING panel for theater. 





STUDENT SCULPTURES in art 
laboratory. 




OPEN HOUSE after Actors' Workshop '66. 



LEARNING GOOD make-up technique. 



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Vocational 




Department 



COURSES in welding, 
refrigeration, and sheet 
metal work train students for 
placement in their respective 

VOCATIONAL BUILDING houses refrigeration and nursing departments. fields. 





WELDING Instruction 



REFRIGERATOR MOTOR being repaired. 




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SPARKS fly in welding class. 





SHEET METAL students putting final touches on 
portable tool chest. 




PORTABLE REFRIGERATOR under construction. 



INSTRUCTION in electronics. 



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Nursing 

First Class 
Completes Training 



NURSING STUDENTS in the first class 
at Butler County Community College will 
qualify, at the end of the semester, to 
write the state board examinations. The 
nursing department, located in the 300 
vocational building, is equipped with 
hospital facilities for the study of bedside 
care. Actual clinical experience is received 
in various nursing areas at the Sedgwick 
County Hospital and Clinic, Wichita; the 
Prairie View Mental Health Center, Newton; 
and the Susan B. Allen Memorial Hospital, 
El Dorado. Additional experience is 
gained by visiting various community 
resources, such as nursery schools, 
mental health centers, Red Cross rooms 
and ambulance services. 




MRS. METTLER, director of Nursing Education, 
confers with Mr. Hughes in her office. 



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LEARNING technique of medication administration. 




"MRS. CHASE", dummy patient, receives bedside care. 



CHAIR "PATIENT" helped to bedside. 



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FIRST TIP-OFF in new gym between Butler and Parsons. 




FOOTBALL BOYS practice with the gym in the background. 




JOHNNY PETE scores first field goal for Butler 
in new gym. 



Gym 

New Facilities 
Increase 



Recreational 
Program 



THE GYM on our new campus 
is the center of our recreational 
programs. Moveable bleachers 
open to seat 2300 persons and 
are used to accommodate assem- 
blies of the entire student body. 
Locker rooms, dressing rooms, 
and activity areas are provided 
so that men and women can be 
participating in various sports 
at the same time. The basketball 
court itself is equipped with six 
different goal areas for practice . 
For the first time our students 
can secure a well-rounded 
physical education program. 



BOYS P. E. CLASS in the gym. 



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ORIENTATION ASSEMBLY held in the Gym. 






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GIRLS P. E. CLASSES practice archery 
beyond the gym. 




BASKETBALL practice. 




GIRLS get exercise. 



DRILL TEAM practices. 



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Dormitory Offers 
On-campus Housing 



NEW DORMITORY is a great asset to 
campus life. 




GIRLS ENJOY leisure time in their room. 




MRS. DUNCAN in her apartment living room. 





GIRLS USE study room. 



USE OF BOYS' study area is enjoyment. 
LAUNDRY ROOM put to good use. 





BOYS LOUNGE in dorm room 
TV ROOM is popular place 









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STUDENT COUNCIL - BOTTOM ROW: Laura Martindale; Sandy Mossman; Terry Sluss; Vivian Swilley; Barbara 
Thompson; Sheryl Travis. SECOND ROW: Connie Grigsby; Kay Fisher; Brad Long; Sharon Jordan; Cathy Burress; 
Judy Scribner; Kathy Daniels; Kathleen Phillips. THIRD ROW: Vaudine Vernon; Karen Higgins; Dave Ollen- 
berger; Terry Maddux; Raymond Orr; John Lasater; John Poole; Judy Ward; Barbara Leedom; Debbie Long; Janet 
Schauf. TOP ROW: Linda Brewer; Gene Towne; John Schauf; Ray Staatz; Phil Olsen; Dan Crook; Mike Howerter. 
Co-sponsors: Mr. Dain; Mrs. Watkins. 



Student Council 

Membership Increased 
to Meet Added 
Responsibilities 

ONE OF THE INITIAL objectives of 
this year 's student council has been to 
increase the membership of the council 
for activities and responsibilities related 
to the completed campus. Additional 
representatives from the two classes 
have made up most of the increase of 
membership. 

The business of the student council 
includes sponsoring the major social 
all -school events such as the winter 
and spring proms and homecoming, the 
control and review of parking regula- 
tions, and the cordination of activities 
of all campus organizations . The 
Council also serves as the liaison be- 
tween the student body and the 
administration. 

The council holds an active member- 
ship in the Kansas Public Junior College 
Student Council Association with Phil 
Olsen serving as vice -president and Linda 
Phares as secretary -treasurer. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: SEATED - Brad Long, Connie 
Grigsby, Linda Brewer, Raymond Orr, Vaudine Vernon, 
Dan Crook, Penny Startz. STANDING - Mike Howerter, 
Phil Olsen, Ray Staatz. 

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OFFICERS ASSEMBLED behind glass window of office in 
student union: Linda Brewer, Secretary; Brad Long, 
Student Promotions Chairman; Ray Staatz, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Phil Olsen, President; Penny Startz, Treasurer; Dan 
Crook, Student Affairs Chairman. 



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RICKEY S TOWERS, Editor, and Miss Kuhlm arm, adviser, proofread 
final copy. 



BILL SMITH, Chief Photographer 





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MARY DELL REID, Layout Editor. 



MARSHA ARNOLD, Typist. 



BOB McCASLIN, Photographer; 
JERRY URTON, Portraits. 





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MARGARET BOYCE Make -Up GENE TOWNE 
JEANNE ROTH Artists JUDITH NOELLER 




Yearbook Staff 



THE YEARBOOK STAFF of 
1967 is proud to present this issue 
of THE GRIZZLY, which recog- 
nizes the fortieth anniversary of 
junior college education in Butler 
County and the first year of the 
Butler County Community Junior 
College on a completed new campus. 

The staff, comprised entirely 
of volunteer members, has been 
assisted in a small measure by 
some students who are not spe- 
cially recognized on this page and 
in another way by every person who 
is pictured in the book. This is 
your book; may it hold many happy 
memories! 



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BUSINESS CLUB: FRONT ROW: Sondra Shelton, 
President; Linda Wilson, Vice President; Mary 
Moyer, Secretary; Linda Phares, Treasurer; Linda 
Thornton, Jeannie Roth, Karen Robertson, Cris 
Cooley. MIDDLE ROW: Margaret Boyce, jeanene 



Wright, Linda Pack, Kay Scott, Gail Bartlett, 
Sandy Mossman, Cathy Seglem, Norma Ayers. 
THIRD ROW: Larry Davis, Bob Shelton, Frank 
Jackson, David Ollenberger; Mr. Butler, Mr. 
Seager, Mrs. Pogozelski, co-sponsors. 



Business Club 



Science Club 



THE BUSINESS CLUB is organized to 
provide business students with desired 
manners, attitudes, and ethics to 
continue into the business world. These 
goals are achieved through talks brought 
to this organization by guest speakers, 
discussions on various topics of the 
business field, and field trips to learn 
about certain areas of business. 



SCIENCE CLUB members include 
students who are interested in any area 
of science or mathematics. Meetings 
this year have featured numerous 
lectures in a series of seminars. 



SCIENCE CLUB: FRONT ROW: Randall Post, Presi- 
dent; Gary Harms, Vice President; Bill Johnson, 
Secretary- Treasurer; Judy Ward, Stuco Representa- 



tive; Judy Noellner. BACK ROW: Larry Willhite, 
John Truskett, John Stark; Mr. Gregory, Mr. Pettus, 
Mr. Hiebert, co- sponsors. 



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S.K. S.T.A. : FRONT ROW: Celia Conger, Presi- 
dent; Shonda Cook, Vice President; Judy Scriber, 
Secretary; Janye Miller, Treasurer; Kathleen 
Phillips, State Representative. SECOND ROW: 



Student Kansas State 
Teachers Association 

STUDENTS on our campus who are 
considering the teaching profession as 
a career are introduced through the 
Student Kansas State Teachers 
Association to opportunities, problems 
and challenges of teaching; and they 
become acquainted with new and im - 
proved methods in the field of education. 



Virginia Martin, Mary Dell Re id, Wanda Ayers, 
Jodi Short, Nancy Pearce, Marilyn Jackson. BACK 
ROW: Mrs. Dain, Mrs. Rowe, Co-sponsors. 



Nursing Students 
Association 

THE FIRST CLASS of nursing stu 
dents has organized the nursing Stu- 
dents Association on campus to aid 
students to prepare for professional 
responsibilities, to encourage high 
educational standards, to provide co- 
operative activities with other de- 
partments of the college, and to part- 
icipate in the Kansas State Nursing 
Association. Students enrolled as 
nursing majors during the first sem- 
ester are included as honorary mem- 
bers. 



STUDENT NURSES: FRONT ROW: Judy Ward, 
President; Pam Startz, Vice President; Penny Startz, 
Secretary; Sharon Jordon, Treasurer; Karen Higgins, 



Stu co Representative. SECOND ROW: Marilynn 
Martin; Ruby Kindle; Mrs. Mettler, Mr. Hughes, 
Co- Sponsors. 







DEBATE SQUAD: Steve Moore, Peggy Dill, Curtis 
Harshfield, Mike King, Mary Jones, Mr. McAdoo, 
coach. 



Debate Squad 



Phi Rho PI 



DEBATE COMPETITION in its sec- 
ond year of revival has brought success 
to the debators and recognition to our 
school. Steve Moore and Peggy Dill 
accumulated 38 wins against 8 losses 
and Curtis Harshfield and Mike King 
had 12 wins against 9 losses during 
first semester intercollegiate contests, 
debating with teams from four -year 
colleges and universities. 



PHI RHO PI is a national fraternity 
of Junior College students who excel in 
debate and forensic activities. Member- 
ship in the organization is open to stu - 
dents who have successfully competed 
in these activities. 



PHI RHO PI, FRONT ROW: Steve Moore, President; 
Phil Olsen, Vice president; Carol Humphries, Sec- 
retary; Peggy Dill; BACK ROW: Curtis Harshfield, 



Mary Jones, Linda Phares, Mr. Patten, Mr. Mc- 
Adoo, Co- sponsors. 












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NEWMAN CLUB- BOTTOM ROW: Suzanne Finch, 
President; Jerry Urton, Vice-president; Maureen 
Baker, Secretary; Susan Steiner, Treasurer; Linda 
McCoy, Stuco representative. SECOND ROW: Mary 



Newman Club 



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THE NEWMAN CLUB is an or- 
ganization of Catholic youth es- 
tablished to provide religious in- 
tellectual, and social activities 
for students on college campuses. 
The local club is affiliated with 
the National Newman Club Foun- 
dation. The club includes among 
its activities service projects 
for St. Joseph's Home. 



Roy, Cheryl Schwartz, Laura Martindale, Cathy 
Gash. THIRD ROW: Phil Olsen, David Georges, 
Tim Tallchief, Tony Di Vigilio, Mr. Robert 
Chism, Mr. Johnston, co-sponsors. 



United Christian 



Fellowship 



THE UNITED CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP, 
successor to the Juco Christian Youth Organ- 
ization, providing ecumenical fellowship, 
study, worship, and service to its members 
and to the community. Ministers of the county 
last year voted to sponsor the organization and 
help in uniting the United Christian Fellowship 
with similiar organizations on the other col- 
lege campuses. 



UNITED CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP- BOTTOM ROW 
(left to right): Margaret Boyce, President; Larry 
Sterrett, Vice president; Pat Tyler, Secretary; 
Bruce Graber, Treasurer; Judy Scribner, Stuco rep- 
resentative. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Davis, Mary 



Mercer, Jeanne Perks, Linda Phares, Anita Avery, 
Norma Ayers, Rickey Stowers, Vaudine Vernon. 
TOP ROW: Barbara Burgoyne, Wayne Willhite, Larry 
Willhite, Sharon Jordon, Miss Blenda Kuhlmann, 
Sponsor. 








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Delta Psi Omega 

DRAMATIC STUDENTS 
who have excelled in theatrical 
performances and stagecraft 
work are eligible to be initi- 
ated into Delta Psi Omega, na- 
tional honorary dramatic fra- 
ternity for junior collges. 
This year's initiation will be 
held late in the spring. A mas- 
ter craftsman award in the- 
ater will be presented for the 
first time this spring. 



DELTA PSI OMEGA: Laura Martindale, Celia Conger, Mr. Patten, 
sponsor; Raymond Orr, Warren Abbott, Karen Higgins, NOT 
PICTURED. 



Juco Voices 



IN THEIR THIRD year, the 
Juco Voices have continued to 
gain the favor of audiences 
wherever they perform. Their 
first public recital was pre- 
sented in the Little Theater in 
January, and the group made 
a tour as far as Phoenix, 
Arizona during the recess be- 
tween semesters. 

Recordings made of the 
interpretive readings of the 
Voices have also proved pop- 
ular. Over one hundred re- 
cords had been sold by the 
end of the first semester. 




JUCO VOICES: Peggy Dill, Linda Fuller, Laura Martindale, Linda 
Phares, Bill Smith, Mr. Patten, director. 



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THE GROUP; FRONT ROW: Celia Conger, Carol 
Humphries, Mary Dell Reid, Judith Noeller, Jeanne 



Muldrow; BACK ROW: Robert Ishman, Raymond 
Orr, Mr. McAdoo, Sponsor. 



The Group 



Pi Delta Theta 



NEWEST ORGANIZATION on cam- 
pus this year is called The Group. Stu- 
dents prepare cuttings from plays and 
present them to various audiences. In- 
dividual readings are also included in 
the repertoire. Plans call for a recital 
of all prepared materials late in the 
second semester. 



THIS YEAR Pi Delta Theta presented 
"Actors' Workshop '66" in December, 
in the all -new little theater. This organ- 
ization is composed of all persons par- 
ticipating in any phase of the dramatic 
productions. 



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PI DELTA THETA; FRONT ROW: Vance Truskett, 
Elizabeth Conner, Linda Phares, Paula Davis, Steve 
Moore, Celia Conger, Kathleen Phillips, Marcia 
Lindsey, Beverley Conner, Don Meek; SECOND 
ROW: Suzanne Finch, Larry Davis, Bob Patton, 
Karen Higgins, Charles White, Barbara Wilson, 



Mary Dell Reid, Paula Dickson, Cheryl Wilson; 
BACK ROW: Bruce McAllister, Jim Zang, Tom 
Boyle, Raymond Orr, Cliff Clark, Warren Abbott, 
Jim Waddill, Bob Thompson; NOT PICTURED Mr. 
Patten, Sponsor. 





CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Judith Noeller, Ann Belew, 
Gloria Meng, Marcia Girod, Linda Brewer, Evelyn 
MacKay; SECOND ROW: Karen Stees, Cathy Cappi- 
telli, Connie Lowe, Myrle Thornbrugh, Mary Dell 
Reid, Kay Fisher, Mary Turner, Linda Nelson; 



BACK ROW: Randy Unkel, Wayne Reed, Bob 
Smith, Charles McLean, Glen Rappard, Bruce 
Graber, Allen Atchinson, Jerry Wilson, Metha 
Wichaidist; NOT PICTURED: Mr. Dixon, director. 



Chorus and Band 



STUDENTS IN CHORUS participate 
for the joy of singing and for the opport- 
unity to acquaint themselves with a var- 
iety of music, thus developing an appre- 
ciation of good music. These students 
have the opportunity to appear with the 
Chorus in Concert, both during the fall 
and spring semesters. 

THE BAND is an organization made 
up of interested music students, who 
play at all home football and basketball 
games, and present concert music for 
other occasions. This organization, 
along with various ensembles and the 
Chorus, presented a Christmas pro- 
gram in the Fine Arts Theater as their 
first public concert of the year. 




LINDA BREWER, accompanist of the Chorus first 
semester. 



BAND: FRONT ROW: David Brown, President; Larry 
Hughes, Vice President; Mary Dell Reid, Secretary; 
Diane Baker, Judith Noeller, Jayne Miller, Bill 
Reynolds; SECOND ROW: Bruce Bettinger, John 



Lasater, Rodney Haynes, Rob Lewis, Neil Miller, 
David Stoskopf, Danny Holloway; BACK ROW: Ken 
Ford, David Bishard, Cheryl Schwartz, Mr. Dixon, 
director. 




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COLLEGIATE SINGERS: FRONT ROW: Evelyn Mac- 
Kay, Mary Dell Reid, Peggy Poole, Connie Lowe, 
Linda Mattson, Randy Unkel; BACK ROW: Nancy 




LADIES' TRIO: Vaudine Vernon, Kay Fisher, 
Peggy Poole, Mary Dell Reid, accompanist. 



Wallace, Bill Parsons, Charles Dixon, Dale Herring, 
Bob Smith; NOT PICTURED: Brenda Grey, accom- 
panist; Mr. Dixon, director. 

Collegiate Singers 

COLLEGIATE SINGERS is a 
vocal organization whose members 
are chosen by try-outs, that appear 
around the county before various 
audiences throughout the year. All 
students in Collegiate Singers re- 
ceive one hour's credit for their 
work. The Singers combined with the 
Chorus for the vocal music at the 
Christmas Concert. 

The lower level of the Fine Arts 
Building is occupied by the music 
department, and is provided with one 
main rehearsal room, four private 
practice rooms, music library, in- 
strument storage room, uniform stor- 
age room, and office, therefore, in- 
creasing the course offerings in 
music. 

Ladies' Trio 

THE LADIES' TRIO, also a vocal 
group selected on a try-out basis, 
performed for various music -loving 
audiences and at the Christmas Con- 
cert. 



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SECOND FLOOR, 1st ROW, L-R: Peggy Dill, Wini 
Turner, Sheri Murphey, Helen Jessup, Georgia 
Stroup. 2nd ROW: Cathy Burress, Marcia Bradley, 
Sheryl Travis, Gloria Meng, Pat Potts, Karen Stees. 



3rd ROW: Kay Scott, Joy Wakefield, Linda Nelson, 
Cheryl Wilson, Cleo Segraves. FOURTH ROW: 
M amine Baker, Judy Brown, Merry Brewer, Cheryl 
Schwartz. 




Dorm Girls 



FORTY -ONE GIRLS moved into the east 
wing of the dormitory at the beginning of 
the school year. Their feminine touch soon 
turned barren, empty rooms into pleasant 
"homes away from home" as they embarked 
on their college career. A dorm council 
was organized to provide leadership for the 
group and representation in cooperation 
with the college administration. 

SITTING: Laura Kelly, Sheryl 
Travis, Cathy Gash, Joy Wakefield, 
President; Peggy Dill, Karen Stees. 
STANDING: Pat Freeman, Pat Hast- 
ings, Pat Potts, Cheryl Wilson, 
Helen Jessup. 



FIRST FLOOR - FIRST ROW: Judy Wiggins, Barbara 
Burgoyne, Dee Hall, Marcia Girod, Janet Hoyt, 
Mary Turner. SECOND ROW: Cathy Gash, Beverly 
Connor, Ruth Mc Gregor, Evie Mc Kay, Donna 



Bonham. THIRD ROW: Barbara Robison, Connie 
Lowe, Anita Avery, Bobby Jo Davis, Laura Kelly. 
FOURTH ROW: Pat Hastings, Nancy Davis, Eli- 
zabeth Connor, Pat Freeman. 



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SECOND FLOOR, FRONT ROW: Randy Unkel, Bob 
Patton, Len Williams, John Knight, Metha 
Wichaidist. BACK ROW: John Stark, Glen Rappard, 



John Merriam, Jerry Wendt, Wayne Wischropp, 
Gary Wilks. 



Dorm Boys 



FIFTY-SIX BOYS began the new expe- 
rience of living in a college dormitory 
when school opened in September. A dorm 
council was organized early in the year, 
with president and proctors, to make plans 
for activities and to handle problems that 
arise. Members of the council represent 
the group in reporting to the house mother 
and/or to the college president. 



COUNCIL, SEATED: Len Williams, President; John 
Knight, Chuck Atherton. STANDING: Mike Holtz- 
inger, Mike Goehring, Bob Patton, Mack Deichman. 

FIRST FLOOR, FRONT ROW: Rick Augustus, Mike 
Holtzinger, Harlan Baker, Mark Goehring, Jeff Adair, 
Jerry Dinkel. SECOND ROW: Jim Adams, Steve 
Locke, Keith Archer, Robert E. Baker, Mark Dei- 




chman. BACK ROW: Bill Billins, Tom Barnhart, 
Steve Hett, Chuck Atherton, Doug Jones, Terry 
Brentlinger. 



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CIRCLE K: FRONT ROW: Chuck Benton, President; 
Raymond Orr, Vice President; Dennis Fitzpatrick, 
Secretary; Bill Johnson, Treasurer; John Lasater, 
Student Council Representative; BACK ROW: John 



Poole, Phil Olsen, Chuck Atherton, John Merriam, 
Vance Truskett, Bob Baker, NOT PICTURED: Walt 
Rives, Kiwanis- sponsor; Frank Jackson, Mike Pick- 
ens, Dennis Cooke, Roger Gibson, Wendell Perks. 



Circle K 



CIRCLE K is a service organi- 
zation of college men sponsored by 
the El Dorado Kiwanis Club. Among 
their projects this year are collect- 
ing food for Christmas donated to 
the Salvation Army. The club holds 
weekly dinner meetings in the ollege 
cafeteria. 



Political Groups 

POLITICAL groups on the campus 
are especially active during pre-elec- 
tion campaigns as they present to the 
students the current political issues and 
guest candidates, and assist community 
projects prior to the general election. 



COLLEGIATE YOUNG DEMOCRATS: Delmar Toell- 
ner, President; Ken Ford, Vice President; Mary Dell 
Reid, Secretary- Treasurer; Kathleen Phillips, Stu- 
dent Council Representative; Mr. Seager, sponsor; 
NOT PICTURED: Mr. Isom, sponsor. 



COLLEGIATE YOUNG REPUBLICANS: John 
Poole, President; Pat Hastings, Vice President; 
Mr. Toburen, co-sponsor; Jean Perks, secretary, 
and Mr. McAdoo, co-sponsor, NOT PICTURED. 




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PEP CLUB: FRONT ROW: Mary Mercer, Debbie 
Long, Marilyn Jackson, Debi Shipman, Gail Bart- 
lett, Barbara Wilson; SECOND ROW: Janice Carey. 
Kathleen Phillips, Mary Dell Reid, Linda Wilson, 
Nancy Pearce, Laura Martindale, Sharon Jordon; 



BACK ROW: Bobbi Richards, Anita Avery, Linda 
Nelson, Linda Thornton, Tomi Jo Lee, Sheri 
Murphy, Carolyn Hartl, Susan Steiner; NOT PIC- 
TURED: Miss Malone, Sponsor. 



Gold Diggers 



Drill Team 



THE GOLD DIGGERS, enthusiastic 
pep club organization of the junior col- 
lege, has faithfully cheered the Grizzly 
teams throughout the year. 



THE DRILL TEAM, the marching 
unit of the pep club organization, has 
added to the color and interest of the 
ball games. Twirling their gold and 
purple pompons, they have performed 
at home games and at other places with 
spirit and precision. 



DRILL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Gale Gwaltney, Janice 
Carey, Linda Wilson, Linda Thornton, Debbie Long 
Gloria Meng, Barbara Wilson; SECOND ROW: Betty 
Henry, Gail Bartlett, Jeanie Roth, Marilyn Jackson, 
Dee Hall, Sheri Murphy, Nancy Pearce, Vicki 
Thomas; THIRD ROW: Jeanie Muldrow, Linda 
Nelson, Susan Steiner, Kathleen Phillips, Beverly 



Stull, Carolyn Hartl, Bobbi Richards, Wini Turner, 
Tomi Jo Lee; BACK ROW: Pat Freeman, Laura 
Kelley, Sondra Mossman, Jeanne Wright, Joyce 
Hahn, Faye Sanderson, Laura Martindale, Diane 
Briggs, Debi Shipman; NOT PICTURED: Miss 
Malone, Sponsor. 




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FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Barbara Wilson, Debbie 
Long, Marilyn Jackson, Head; Kay Fisher, Gail 
Bartlett, Debi Shipman. 



Cheerleaders 



ONE BUSY GROUP on campus is the 
cheerleaders, During the football sea- 
son their responsibility is to weld to- 
gether a new student body and seek to 
create school interest and loyalty. As 



the basketball season opens and more 
games are scheduled, the cheerleaders 
become the best known students on 
campus. 



BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: FRONT: Marilyn 
Jackson, Head; Debbie Long; STANDING: Gail 



Bartlett, Debi Shipman, Barbara Wilson, Mary 
Mercer. 










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sical education program and the cen- 
tralized facilities for all sports activ- 
ities. 



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Schedule 






Home 


Fort Scott .... 


There 


Dodge City . . . 


Home 


Coffeyville . . . 


Home 


Arkansas City . . 


There 


Highland .... 


Home 


Independence . . 


There 


Garden Ciby . . . 


There 


Hutchinson . . . . 


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COACHES study game procedure 




Football 



Gene Linsea 




THE BUTLER COUNTY 
GRIZZLIES ended an unfortunate 
season by beating the Pratt Bea- 
vers 20 to 16. The Butler victory 
spoiled Pratt's record, cutting 



the Beavers out of first place in 
the conference and giving co- 
championship titles to Coffey- 
ville and Fort Scott . 






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Dennis Lodovici 




Brad Long 




BOWERS PASSES to Knight. 
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Mark Quinlan Rodney Root Doug Shepherd Fred Solis Don Streets Rick Taylor 




FAKING WITH the ball for yardage. 



QUINLAN TAKES handoff from Bowers. 




QUARTERBACK CLOSED in by defenders. 

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MOORE reaches farther 




Basketball 



VARSITY BASKETBALL has been played this year 
for the first time on the junior college's own court. In- 
creased school and community interest has been 
shown in our team, which has provided some excitingly 
close games and good entertainment. 




TUNISON aims for the 
basket. 



STOKES tips in for two points. 



PETE outreaches opponents. 
CORNER scores. 






ISAACSON releases jump shot. 



SCHULER goes for another score, 






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Basketball 




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Gary Moore 



Chester Tunison 



BASKETBALL SQUAD presented to students at pep rally. 





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MAGICIANS: John Menoher, captain; Ron 
Wymer, LeRoy Payne, Bob Patton; SECOND 
ROW: Mark Frase, Tom Ferguson, Tom 
Grieshaber, Mike Cowman, Bruce Graber. 



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GLASCO: Ed Blake, captain; Fred Solis, Lynn 
Meyer; SECOND ROW: Terry Maddox, Mike 
Woodard, Dave Cloyes, Jerry Mackey. 




RAT PACK: Ron Shepard, captain; Bob Baker, 
John Merriam, Rick Wammack, Wayne Wisch- 
ropp, Steve Morris, Tim Barnhart, John Stark, 
Steve Locke 



Intramural Sports 

BASKETBALL has been the predominant 
intramural activity this year with matched 
games being played from November to March 
among the twelve organized teams. Coach 
Remsbergwas sponsor of the program. 



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LOUIE- LOUIE: Ron Howard, captain; Harlan Baker, Ray 
Bronaugh; SECOND ROW: Bill Bill ins, Steve Hett, Jim 
Stuart, Ed Seavey. 




NOTHING HERE: Brad Long, captain; Max Honeyman, Jerry 
Williams, Steve Mitchell; SECOND ROW: Bob Boyer, Dan 
Feller, Terry Smith, Larry Jones, Carl Jordan. 

FOUL MAKERS: Lawrence Lucas, captain; David Bump, 
Tom Boyle, Charles Dixon, Mike Zlab, Gary Harms. 





UNTOUCHABLES: Benny Cofield, captain; Dave 
Buchannan, Mark Quinlan, Jerry Dinkel, Mack 
Deichman, Larry Moore, Gary Moore. 



BALL HAWKS: Nate Steele, Darrel Payne, co-captains; 
Calvin Garland, Larry Hawkins, Orville Benning, Robert 
Ishman, George Wells. 




COLONEL RABBITS: FRONT ROW: Glenn Rappart, cap- 
tain; Larry Jackson, Bill Wheat, Len Williams, Alan 
Atchison, Randy Unkel; BACK ROW: Gene Linsea, Ken 
Thon, Chuck Benton, Barry Sparks, Dave Gorges. 



ANTS: Frank Jackson, captain, Jim Zang, Jerry 
Compton, Ken Hughes, Steve Grisham, David 
Ollenberger; NOT PICTURED: Larry Jo Lee. 




LOSERS: Kenneth Fowler, captain, SEATED; 
Melvin Weber, Ken Schwemmer, Dave Pendle- 
ton, Don Streets, Dan Crook; NOT PICTURED: 
Jerry McEachen, Larry Gaston, Bob Itzla. 



WONDERS: FRONT ROW: Parry Owen, captain; Gary 
Ball, Wayne Miller, Dennis Moreland; BACK ROW: 
Craig McClure, Art Moore, Gary Owen, Jim Balch. 



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Physical Education 

GYMNASIUM FACILITIES avail- 
able on our new campus and addi- 
tional community opportunities have 
made possible a greatly increased 
physical education program for all 
students. In addition to those fea- 
tured on this page, other activities 
will be introduced in the future. 




ARCHERY demands accuracy. 



CALISTHENICS strengthens muscles. 




VOLLEYBALL stretches arms 




BASKETBALL is a common choice. 





STUDENT INTERESTS on campus 
make up a varied, busy schedule for all. 



Campus 
Life 






STUDENTS LISTEN in open area under library 




Student Council 

Sponsors First 
School Dance 



MANY STUDENTS 
gathered on campus for 
the opening social ac- 
tivity of the school year 
when the student council 
sponsored a get -ac- 
quainted party on the 
patio area under the 
library at the end of the 
first week of school. A 
"pop" band provided the 
music for the informal 
occasion. 



HAVE A COKE 




Campus Firsts 



SCHOOL LIFE on 
our new campus provid- 
ed many new experiences 
that were "firsts" for 
the campus. 




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FIRST ENROLLMENT line swells to all time high. 




FIRST RECEPTION for open house 
FIRST MEAL in cafeteria 





HEADED for the first classes 
FIRST PEP rally 

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MARILYN JACKSON 








TERRY SLUSS 



Homecoming 
Attendants 




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KAY FISHER 




PAT POTTS 



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Homecoming Queen 

Linda McCoy 



Linda was chosen 1966-1967 
homecoming queen by the entire 
student body. A freshman, she is 
majoring in secretarial training 
and business. She is an enthusi- 
astic spectator of all sports and 



an active participant in the area 
of swimming, holding a water 
safety instructor 's certificate. 
On campus she is a member of the 
Newman Club and serves as its 
student council representative. 



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QUEEN LINDA is presented 



Presenting A Queen 



THIS YEAR'S 
HOMECOMING QUEEN 
was presented and 
crowned at the halftime 
of the Highland football 
game. After-game fes- 
tivities included a dance, 
the first in the student 
union ballroom. 




ESCORTED to the field by Steve Hungerford 



ROYALTY CANDIDATES: Steve Hungerford, Linda McCoy, 
Chuck Benton, Patricia Potts, Terry Sluss, Graham Bailey, 
Marilyn Jackson, Bruce Graber, Kay Fisher, Glenn Rappard 




A QUEEN crowned 



THE QUEEN'S DANCE 



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HOMECOMING ROYALTY: Terry Sluss, Patricia Potts, Queen Linda McCoy, Kay Fisher, Marilyn 
Jackson 



Homecoming Royalty 




THE ATTENDANTS' dance 



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Bruce Graber 



BRUCE GRABER, a sophomore, has been a 
member of United Christian Fellowship both years 
and is treasurer this year. He participated in 
football and spring sports last year but this year 
has concentrated his attention on his business 
administration major. 






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Favorites 



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Deborah Long 

DEBBIE LONG, a sophomore, majoring in 
physical education, has been active in pep club 
and a cheerleader both years at the junior col- 
lege. She was a member of Juco Christian Youth 
last year and is a member of the newly organized 
drill team and a sophomore class representative 
on the student council this year. 




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Dan Crook 




Favorite Candidates 



1967 





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CAMPUS FAVORITES: Raymond Orr, Dan Crook, Bruce Graber, Debbie Long, Laura Martindale, Linda Phares. 



Campus Favorites 



STUDENTS SELECTED early in 
December six candidates to vie for the 
campus favorites. Winners Bruce Gra- 
ber and Debbie Long were announced at 



the Winter Prom, which was held in the 
student union ballroom on the evening of 
December 10. 




THE FAVORITES' DANCE 
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FROM THIS in 1926-1927 



TO THIS in 1966-1967 

Mr. Nixon has been an influential force in 
both the school and the community throughout 
these years. As a speech teacher he directed 
over fifty major plays as well as many one -act 
plays. His debate team in 1938, 1951, and 1955 
1955 placed first in the National Junior College 
Debate Tournament; and in other speech con- 
tests, one student won national first place in 
Women's Extempore Speaking, and another in 
interpretive Reading. 

In the community Mr. Nixon served for 
eight years as president of the El Dorado Con- 
cert Association and later was a member of 
its board of directors. He also helped found 
the El Dorado Little Theatre and was an offi- 
cer in the local UNESCO chapter. His leader- 
ship in the community has given him added 
opportunities to involve his students and 
fellow -teachers in community programs; for 
his philosophy of education has included the 
involvement of students and faculty in the 
academic and cultural climate of school and 
community. 

To see him set out from the campus for 
town at a brisk pace that most students would 
not want to match is to realize that his many 
years of association with the young people of 
the community have kept him youthful in body 
as well as in spirit. As he has served faithful- 
ly the school in the past, we trust the school 
will continue to serve the youth of the future in 
bringing educational opportunities and scholar- 
ly vision to all who pass through its doorways. 



An Anniversary and 
A Retirement 



Forty years ago last September 5, 
115 students enrolled in the newly 
opened El Dorado Junior College and 
attended classes in the third floor 
area and two classrooms of the sec- 
ond floor of the present El Dorado 
Junior High School building. 

Two years later Mr. Lester W. 
Nixon, a young teacher with seven 
years of experience and a newly 
earned Master's Degree from Colum- 
bia University, came to El Dorado to 
become an instructor in the junior 
college. Here he has remained for a 
total of thirty-eight years and has 
seen that young, small school strug- 
gle for existence, develop an aca- 
demic stature in the community, and 
finally demand a program of revision 
and expansion that resulted in the 
creation of the Butler County 
Community Junior College and the 
construction of twelve buildings on 
an eighty-acre campus. 



MR. NIXON in his private office in the library. 





LESTER W. NIXON, THE 
GRIZZLY GROWL, 1930. 



Lester W- 
Nixon 

Junior College 
Instructor 
1929-1967 




WHEN MR. NIXON grades his last 
paper at the end of the semester, di- 
rects graduating sophomores to place 
their mortar board tassels properly, 
and hands out his last grade card on 
June 2, he will close the door on forty - 
five years of devoted service to the 
teaching profession, thrity -eight years 
of which have been spent in El Dorado. 
Except for a short time early in his El 
Dorado career when he taught some 
high school classes, he has been asso- 
ciated specifically with the junior col- 
lege. Students who have sat under his 
instruction, whether the course was 
composition, literature, English his- 
tory, psychology, children's literature 
New Testament, speech, or debate, 
have found his intellectual stature stim 
ulating and inspiring. 



LESTER W. NIXON, 1967 



Elected to Pi Delta Kappa, national 
honor education fraternity, while he was 
a student at Columbia University, he 
has encouraged and guided many stu- 
dents to pursue academic excellence for 
themselves, and he has introduced 
countless others to literature, art, mu- 
sic, and other interests through the 
interrelatedness of his subject matter. 
As the result of his classroom accom- 
plishments his influence will continue to 
reach into the lives of untold numbers of 
persons who will become recipients of 
ideas and principles passed on to them 
by those who have studied under Mr. 
Nixon, our honored instructor. 



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LINDA PHARES in SAINT JOAN 





BEV and LIZ CONNER 





RAY "CyTano" ORR 



STEVE "Mephistopholes" MOORE 



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Actors' Workshop '66 

ACTORS' WORKSHOP '66 initiated 
the stage and lighting equipment of the 
theater in December. Various types of 
performances provided dramatic enter- 
tainment for the enthusiastic theater- 
goers. 




RAY ORR and KAREN HIGGINS 



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MARCIA LINDSAY 




PAULA DAVIS and STEVE MOORE 




STEVE MOORE 



CURTAIN CALL-ready for reception. 



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MORNING BULLETIN attracts 
attention 



Life on 
Campus 



BOOKS for sale. 
A HOT SEPTEMBER DAY in the library. 



WANT YOUR CAR repaired? 






HAMBURGERS are popular. 
STUCO election. 



CLASSES are next! 





GOVERNOR WILLIAM AVERY speaks at campus 
dedication. 






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CHORUS provides music. 




Dedication 

and Open House 

THE NEW CAMPUS was dedicated on 
October 2, 1966, and open house was held 
also on October 1, 1966, third anniversary 
of the school's becoming a county- 
institution. 




STUDENT COUNCIL members direct campus 
visitors. 




DATA PROCESSING machine appears complicated. 



CAFETERIA STAFF set up first reception table. 



LECTURE HALL attracts many. 




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LIBRARY opens doors. 




Sophomores 



CLASS OFFICERS: Raymond Orr, president; Vaudine 
Vernon, sec-treas. ; Larry Wallace, vice president. 



Warren Abbott, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Robert Adams, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Paul Allen, Potwin. 

Business Administration 
Norma Ayers, Leon 

General secretary 
Graham Bailey, Neodesha 

Journalism 

Sybil Baker, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Thomas Barrick, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Donald Beach, Wichita 

Industrial engineering 
Richard Beard, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Norman Belanger, El Dorado 

Data processing 

Ann Belew, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Sue Belew, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Charles Benton, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Robert Berens, El Dorado 

Biology 
David Bishard, Mulvane 

Liberal Arts 

Eddy Blake, Glasco 

Industrial arts 
Bill Blecha, Derby 

Engineering 
Stephen Bohrer, Douglass 

Medicine 
Donna Bonham, Great Bend 

Elementary education 
Margaret Boyce, El Dorado 

Data processing 



Utilize Facilities of 
Unified Campus 



FOR THE FIRST TIME in the history 
of Butler County, junior college soph- 
omores on a new, large campus have 
the opportunity to complete two years 
of college work in an increased variety 
of courses of study. Graduates in 
vocations, in technical fields, and a 
parallel program of the university are 
preparing themselves for places in the 
world of tomorrow. 











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Robert Boyer, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Thomas Boyle, Raytown, Mo. 

Forestry 
Darrall Bradley, El Dorauo 

Engineering 
Truman Bradley, Augusta 

Accounting management 
JimBranine, Cheney 

Physical education 

Margaret Brewer, Leon 

Nursing 
Eddie Brewster, Wichita 

Business administration 
David Brown, Leon 

Liberal arts 
Judy Brown, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Thomas Brush, Towanda 

Data processing 

Roy Buchanan, Cassoday 

Business administration 
Charles Burns, Wichita 

Geology 
Byron Carr, Augusta 

Electricity 
David Casper, El Dorado 

Auto mechanics 
Dan Chisham, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 



Sophomores Rely on Capable Leadership 



Stephen Clifford, Augusta 

Liberal arts 
Charlene Cline, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
David Cloyes, El Dorado 

Liberal science 
Dale Coiner, El Dorado 

Business 
David Cole, El Dorado 

Liberal science 

Celia Conger, Lakeview, Oregon 

Liberal arts 
Linda Cook, El Dorado 

Business 
William Cook, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Earnest Corner, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Sydney Covert, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 

Daniel Crook, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Lynn Crumrine, El Dorado 

Air cond. technology 
Roger Cutsinger, El Dorado 

Drafting technology 
Kathryn Daniel, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Lawrence Davis, Wichita 

Medicine 

Larry Dealy, El Dorado 

Electricity 
Rodger Decker, Peabody 

Electronics 
Randy Divine, Howard 

Business administration 
Billie Downard, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Michael Dumbauld, Wichita 

Liberal arts 




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Wayne Duncan, El Dorado 

Air Conditioning 
Ruby Edgington, Augusta 

Nursing 
John Edwards, El Dorado 

Liberal Sciences 
Dick Elliott, Wichita 

Vocational Tech. 
Judy Ellis, El Dorado 

General Secretarial 

Carol Elmore, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
David Ferguson, Wichita 

Electronics 
Kay Fisher, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Dennis Fitzpatrick, Sterling 

Auto Technology 
Phillip Flock, Eureka 

Welding 

Kenneth Fowler, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Robert Fox El Dorado 

Business 
Raymond Fried, El Dorado 

Drafting Technology 
Gerald Fuller, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Phillip Fullerton, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Karen Gaines, Augusta 

Secretarial 
Calvin Garland, El Dorado 

Liberal Science 
Donna Garritson, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Dennis Gates, Wichita 

Engineering 
John Gilliand, Augusta 

Business Administration 

Marcia Girod, El Dorado 

Art 
Gretta Gish, El Dorado 

Chemistry 
David Gorges, Clearwater 

Business 
Bruce Graber, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Persis Greenbank, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 



Sophomores Swell Enrollment Line 



Thomas Grieshaber, Belvue 

Audio Broadcasting 
Connie Grigsby, El Dorado 

Social Science 
Joyce Hahn, Viola 

Elementary Education 
Gary Harms, Whitewater 

Agriculture 
Carol Harris, Wichita 

Legal Secretary 

Raymond Harshfield, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Keith Hartman, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Karen Higgins, Marion 

Nursing 
Kay Highbarger, Leon 

Secondary Education 
Walter Hollis, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 




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Drafting Technology 

Michael Howerter, Augusta 
Business Administration 




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Leonard Hudson, Augusta 

Political Science 
Kenneth Hughes, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Steve Hughes, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Carole Humphries, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 
Stephen Hungerford, El Dorado 

Law 

Hossein Jabbari, Wichita 

Medicine 
Larry Jackson, Strong City 

Liberal Arts 
Marilyn Jackson, El Dorado 

Education 
David James, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Glenna James, Douglass 

General Secretary 

George Janney, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Tracy Jester, Wichita 

Accounting Management 
Jeffrey Jeter, Wichita 

Engineering 
Ronald Jilg, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Loren Johnson, Wichita 

Education 

William Johnson, Potwin 

Physics 
Larry Jones, Neodesha 

Pharmacy 
Sharon Jordan, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Ruby Kindle, Eureka 

Nursing 
Mike King, Eureka 

Law 

Richard A. King, Wichita 

Business 
Richard L. King, El Dorado 

Electricity and Electronics 
Richard Knowles, Wichita 

Law 
Richard Kolste, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Franklin Kratzer, El Dorado 

Auto Body Mechanics 



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Rex Krieg, Wichita 

Law 
Raymond Lahar, Eureka 

Auto technology 
George Larimer, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Marten Leimer, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Jack Lewis, El Dorado 

Engineering 

Robert Lewis, El Dorado 

Business administration 
Dedra Lietzke, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Darell Lindsey, El Dorado 

Business 
Richard Lipscomb, Augusta 

Accounting management 
Deborah Long, El Dorado 

Physical education 

Jerry Mackey, Madison 

Liberal arts 
Terry Maddux, El Dorado 

Secondary education 
Richard Marcum, El Dorado 

Business administration 
Marilynn Marten, Winfield 

Nursing 
Owen Martin, El Dorado 

Drafting technology 





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Laura Martindale , El Dorado 

Physical education 
Edward Matthews, El Dorado 

Business 
Gary Mayfield, Wichita 

Data processing 
Harry McClintock, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Jim McCluggage, Douglass 

Liberal arts 
Thomas McCorkle, Wichita 

Psychology 
William McCully, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Ruth McGregor, Leon 

Liberal arts 
Robert McLaughlin, Wichita 

Business administration 
Charles McLean, Jr. , Towanda 

Secondary education 



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Joan Mealer, Wichita 

Art 
Mary Mercer, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Nader Milanizadeh, Wichita 

Engineering 
James Miller, Wichita 

Physical education 
Linda Mills, El Dorado 

Secondary education 
Daniel Mock, Reece 

Liberal arts 
Elmer Moody, Whitewater 

Liberal arts 
Steve Moore, Augusta 

Liberal arts 
Gary Morgan, Atlanta 

Auto mechanics 
Steven Morriss, Topeka 

Architecture 
Theodore Nelson, Burns 

Liberal arts 
Dwight Nickel , Newton 

Drafting technology 
Leon Nugen, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Linda Nutley, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Martha Oliver, El Dorado 

Secondary education 
Phil Olsen, El Dorado 

Medicine 
Raymond Orr, Whitewater 

Liberal arts 
Gary Overley, El Dorado 

Business administration 
Roger Palmer, El Dorado 

Air cond. technology 
Robert Pardee, Mayetta 

Liberal arts 



Sophomores Display School Spirit 



William Pardue, El Dorado 

Electricity 
Robert Parry, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Everett Payne, Jr. , Wichita 

Drafting technology 
Nancy Pearce, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
David Pendleton, Neodesha 

History 
Jeanne Perks, El Dorado 

Political science 
Linda Phares , El Dorado 

Business education 
John Pickett, Benton 

Business administration 
Eddie Pierce, Augusta 
Drafting technology 
Jim Pinkham, Wichita 

Pharmacy 
Margaret Poole, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Nancy Porter, El Dorado 

Secondary education 
Glenn Rappard, Overbrook 

Accounting 
Jimmie Redmond, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Gary Reed, El Dorado 
Auto body mechanics 




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Robert Reed, El Dorado 

Auto body 
Wayne Reed, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Vontella Reginato, Wichita 

Speech 
Mary J. Richards, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 
Mary Roy, Benton 

Secondary Education 
Mike Russell, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 
Carl Saft, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Billy Sager, Wichita 

Secondary Education 
Gerald Sanders, Eureka 

Liberal Arts 
Faye Sanderson, Wichita 

Home Economics 
Ken Schwemmer, El Dorado 

Agriculture 
Judy Scribner, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
David Sharp, Rose Hill 

Engineering 
Sondra Shelton, El Dorado 

Business Education 
Paul Shepherd, Neodesha 

Business Administration 




Sophomores Participate In The Fun 




Jo Helen Short, Augusta 

Elementary Education 
Spencer Shubert, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Donald W. Smith, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Bill Smith, Douglass 

Mortuary Science 
Frederick Solis, Cottonwood Falls, 

Auto- Technology 
Bill Sommers, Burns 

Drafting technology 
Ray Sowers, Leon 

Engineering 
Shelby Sphar, Leon 

Business Administration 
Ellen Sprecher, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Joseph Sprecher, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Gerald Starr, Towanda 

Pharmacy 
Pamala Startz, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Penelope Startz, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Rickey Stowers, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Don Streets, Neodosha 

Business Administration 
Darrel Strub, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Beverly Stull, Wichita 

Home Economics 
Michael Sullivan, Douglass 

Auto- technology 
Suzanne Swilley, El Dorado 

Business 
Richard Taylor, Towanda 

Secondary Education. 



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Jerome Thissen, Wichita 

Business 
Myrle Thornbrugh, Towanda 

Nursing 
Delmar Toellner, El Dorado 

Data processing 




GET-ACQUAINTED PARTY climaxes first week 




Marion Thornton, Leavenworth 

Physical education 
Eugene Towne, Towanda 

Wildlife management 
Vance Truskett, Eureka 

Liberal arts 
Patricia Tyler, El Dorado 

Business 
Janice Ullom, El Dorado 

Secretarial 
Jerry Urton, El Dorado 

Journalism 
Vaudine Vernon, El Dorado 

Physical education 
Darwin Wakefield, Towanda 

Engineering 
Leonard Wakefield, Leon 

Welding 
Larry Wallace, El Dorado 

Business administration 



Tom Wallace, Potwin 

Liberal arts 
Bonnie Walston, Towanda 

Elementary education 
Judy Ward, Wichita 

Nursing 
Jerome Watowa, Atchison 

Secondary education 
Gary Weber, Eureka 

Business administration 
Melvin Weber, Potwin 

Engineering 
Scott Weber, Burns 

Automotive technology 
George Wells, Augusta 

Physical education 
Michael Wentworth, El Dorado 

Business administration 
Pamela Whitehead, El Dorado 

Secretarial Education 
Dwight Wiggins, Eureka 

Engineering 
Franklin Williams, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Chloe Wolford, Augusta 

Education 
Robert Wright, Mulvane 

Dentistry 
Michael Zogleman, Burns 

Liberal arts 




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CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Howerter, pres. ; Ron Shep- 
herd, vice pres. ; Maurine Baker, sec. -treas. 



Freshmen 

Explore 
Campus 



Almost 700 stu- 
dents enrolled this 
year as freshmen, 
taking advantage of 
the new campus and 
its many offerings. 




Jeffrey Adair, Goddard 
Betty Adams, Augusta 
James Adams, Wichita 
Edward Allen, Wichita 












Thomas Barnhart III, 

Murrysville, Pa. 
Gail Bartlett, El Dorado 
Harold Beal, El Dorado 
James Bean, Jr. , El Dorado 
Terry Bell, Wichita 
Curtis Belt, El Dorado 

Brenda Benigas, El Dorado 
Orville Benning, Jr. , Topeka 
George Benton, El Dorado 
Gilbert Berryman, Potwin 
Bruce Bettinger, Wichita 
Billy Billins, Wichita 




Gregory Allen, Wichita 
Ronald Allen, El Dorado 
Larry Alley, Douglass 
David Anderson, Wichita 
James Anderson, El Dorado 
Robert Andrew, El Dorado 

Keith Archer, Winfield 
Marsha Arnold, Augusta 
Allen Atchison, Overbrook 
Charles Atherton, Abilene 
James Atkins, Wichita 
Richard Augustus, Wichita 



Anita Avery, Wichita 
Wanda Ayers, Leon 
Diane Baker, El Dorado 
Donald Baker, Elbing 
Harlan Baker, Goddard 
Maurine Baker, Augusta 



Robert Baker, Wichita 
James Balch, El Dorado 
Gary Ball, El Dorado 
William Ball, Wellington 
Vernon Barker, El Dorado 
Terrell Barnes, Wichita 






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John Blackburn, Wichita 
John Blackmore , El Dorado 
Rick Blackwood, El Dorado 
Dennis Bobbitt, Wichita 
Larry Bowers, Douglass 
Hugh Bradbury, Wichita 



Marcia Bradley, Augusta 
Terry Brentlinger, Wichita 
Linda Brewer, Atlanta 
Merry Brewer, Leon 
Diana Briggs, El Dorado 
Robert Britting, El Dorado 



Freshmen Organize for College Activities 



Ray Bronaugh, Paxico 
Ann Brown, Augusta 
Jimmy Brown, Wichita 
Ronald Brown, Wichita 
Elbert Buchanan, Wichita 
David Bump, Towanda 

Barbara Burgoyne , 

Valley Center 
Kent Burk, Eureka 
John Burke, Derby 
Dennis Burr, Wichita 
Catherine Burress , Augusta 
David Calloway, Augusta 

Chris Calvert, Augusta 
Alfred Campbell, Jr. , 

Wichita 
Ronald W. Campbell, 

Neodesha 
Ronnie D. Campbell, 

Wichita 
Donald Canfield, Wichita 
Kristen Canfield, Wichita 

Catherine Cappitelli, Wichita 
Janice Carey, El Dorado 
David Carlisle, El Dorado 
Darrell Carlson, Wichita 
Dennis Cartwright, Wichita 
Frederick Carver, El Dorado 









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William Cary, Wichita 
B. J. Cassady, Wichita 
Keith Cattrell, Haysville ■ 
Sherry Caver, El Dorado 
Johnnie Cawthorn, Potwin 
David Cecil, Wichita 



Tom Chappell, Augusta 
Gale Chastain, El Dorado 
Michael Clarey, Wichita 
Clifton Clark, Amarillo 
Kenneth Clark, Leon 
Ray Clark, Wichita 



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Steven Clark, Towanda 
Tom Clark, Potwin 
Robert Cofield, Wichita 
Dennis Combrink, Kiowa 
Jerry Compton, El Dorado 
Beverley Conner, Wichita 



Elizabeth Conner, Wichita 
Shonda Cook, El Dorado 
Dennis Cooke, El Dorado 
Connie Cooley, Douglass 
Christina Cooley, Douglass 
Clarence Corn, Jr. , Wichita 



Freshmen Oriented in College 



David Costello, Wichita 
Terry Countryman, El Dorado 
Michael Cowman, Wichita 
Roy Craft, Douglass 
Harold Cross, El Dorado 
Tom Cunningham, Wichita 

Robert Danielson, 

Junction City 
Renee DaSilva, Wichita 
Darlene Dauber, El Dorado 
Barbara Davis, Herington 
Elizabeth Davis, Potwin 
Nancy Davis, Wichita 

Paula Davis, Wichita 
Walter Davis, Jr. , Wichita 
Georgetta Davisson, El Dorado 
Donald Denning, Wichita 
Paula Dickson, El Dorado 
Peggy Dill, Augusta 




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Gerald Dinkel, Victoria 
Steve Dirks, Wichita 
Charles Dixon, Leon 
Billy Doll, Wichita 
John Dopps, Wichita 
Richard Dopps, Wichita 



Robert Dopps, Wichita 
Sherrie Dosda, Wichita 
Larry Drake, Attica 
Lonnie Dreyer, Whitewater 
Paul Eaton, Wichita 
Kenneth Eaves, Wichita 



William Ecton, Augusta 
Stanley Edmunds, Wichita 
David Edwards, Wichita 
Ronald Eisenbise, El Dorado 
Judith Elam, El Dorado 
Tony Elder, Wichita 



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Keith Emmons, Latham 
David Engels, Benton 
Michael Evans, Rose Hill 
Sharon Evenson, Towanda 
Gregory Ewalt, Augusta 
Tohn Ewertz, Harper 

Keith Fankhauser, Virgil 
Danny Feller, El Dorado 
Joyce Fennell, El Dorado 
Thomas Ferguson, Wichita 
Suzanne Finch, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Stephen Finley, Burns 

Richard Fioretto, El Dorado 
Michael Fitzgerald, Wichita 
David Flesher, Wichita 
Sherry Foltz, Wichita 
Kenneth Ford, El Dorado 
Larry Fowler, Eureka 

Mark Frase, 

Arlington Heights, 111. 
Emerson Freeman, Rose Hill 
Patricia Freeman, Wichita 
Gerald Friesen, Whitewater 
Beverly Frisbie , El Dorado 
DonFrisbie, Wichita 

Linda Fuller, El Dorado 
Lloyd Funk, Jr. , Eureka 
Joe Futhey, Rose Hill 
Cathy Gabel, El Dorado 
Danny Gann, El Dorado 
Ronald Gann, El Dorado 

Judith Garrett, El Dorado 
Catherine Gash, Augusta 
Larry Gaston, El Dorado 
Isabe] Gates, Burden 
Albert Gaulding, Wichita 
William George, Jr. , 
Fall River 




PRES. WALBOURN addresses students at orientation assembly. 



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Alfred Giardina, Wichita 
Roger Gibson, El Dorado 
Timothy Giles, Wichita 
Norman Goldsmith, 
Garden Plain 



RECORD STUDENT BODY gathers for orientation assembly. 




Clifford Goodman, Andover 
Patrick Gordon, Leon 
Jerry Gorham, Wichita 
Alan Graham, Whitewater 
Fred Grant, Wichita 
Valerie Gravatt, El Dorado 



James Graves, Derby 
Brenda Gray, El Dorado 
Norman Greene, Emporia 
James Griggs, El Dorado 
Stephen Grisham, El Dorado 
Thomas Gull, El Dorado 



Sharon Gum , El Dorado 
Gale Gwaltney, El Dorado 
Glen Haight, Wichita 
Paul Haines, El Dorado 
Marcia Hains, El Dorado 
Berlie Hale, Jr. , Haysville 

Delores Hall, White City 
Sandra Hall, Hays 
Richard Hallaux, Wichita 
Nonalee Hamilton, El Dorado 
Brenda Hammon, El Dorado 
LannyHarbes, Towanda 



Jim Harden, Wichita 
Sharon Harlan, El Dorado 
Arnold Harris-, Wichita 
John Harris , Wichita 
Richard Harrison, Wichita 
Curtis Harshfield, Wichita 

MarkHartke, Wichita 
Larry Hastings , Derby 
Patricia Hastings, 

Cottonwood Falls 
Larry Hawkins, Wichita 
Earl Haworth, Burden 
Linda Haynes, El Dorado 



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Rodney Haynes, El Dorado 
Richard Hazeltine , Wichita 
James Helena, Wichita 
James Helfrich, Wichita 
Betty Henry, Cassoday 
Danny Herndon, Leon 



Robert Herndon, Wichita 
David Herpich, Herington 
Dale Herring, Augusta 
James Herring, Wichita 
David Hess, Rose Hill 
Steven Hett, Marion 



Owen Hill, El Dorado 
Michael Hinshaw, Wichita 
James Hoenscheidt, Wichita 
Jane Holem , El Dorado 
Ruth Hollis, Augusta 
Danny Holloway, El Dorado 



Max Honeyman, El Dorado 
Gary Hoover, Wichita 
Michael Hoover, Wichita 
Delbert Hopkins, Potwin 
Michael Hopkins, Wichita 
Donald Howard, Wichita 



Freshmen Number Nearly Seven Hundred 



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Ronald A. Howard, Wichita 
Ronald D. Howard, Douglass 
Richard Howell, Wichita 
Janet Hoyt, Wichita 
Dennis Huff, Wichita 
Douglas Huffman, Wichita 



Larry Hughes, El Dorado 
Robert Hughes, El Dorado 
Jack Hull, Wichita 
Mark Hundemer, Augusta 
Richard Hutchison, Augusta 
Gerald Isaacson, Wichita 

Robert Ishman, Topeka 
Robert Itzla , 

Middletown, N.Y. 
Frank Jackson, El Dorado 
Helen Jessup, Junction City 
David Jester, Wichita 
Delia Johnson, El Dorado 

Jacquelyn Johnson, Wichita 
Margaret Johnson, El Dorado 
Richard M. Johnson, 

Junction City 
David Jones, El Dorado 
Douglas Jones, Wichita 
Mary Jones, Wichita 





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Rodger Jones, El Dorado 
Steven Jones, Wichita 
Carl Jordan, El Dorado 
Thomas Jowers, Cheney 
Irvin Kater, Newton 
Laura Kelley, Wichita 

Michael Kelley, El Dorado 
Phillip Kellogg, El Dorado 
Karen Kemp, Augusta 
Marilyn Kidwell, Augusta 
John King, Potwin 
Robert Kinkaid, Wichita 

Marsha Kirschbaum, Wichita 
Janice Klassen, Whitewater 
Kenneth Knebler, Wichita 
John Knight, Jr. , New Hamp- 
ton, Iowa 
Lester Koeneman, Newton 
Jerry Konrade , Offerle 



Freshmen Begin Classes on Completed Campus 



Joseph Kramer III, Wichita 
Larry Krier, Wichita 
Steven Kreuger, Wichita 
Stephen Kuhn, Augusta 
James Lambert, Wichita 
William Lambert, Wichita 

Court Lantz, Towanda 
TedLarcom, Eureka 
David Larimer, Wichita 
John Lasater, El Dorado 
Allen Lathem, Wichita 
Dale Lauer, El Dorado 

Leonard Lawson, Wichita 
Larry Lee, El Dorado 
Tomi Lee, El Dorado 
Barbara Leedom, Augusta 
Ray Lemasters, El Dorado 
Billy Lemons, Wichita 

Jean Leritz, Augusta 
Donna Lewis, El Dorado 
Michael Lewis, Wichita 
Richard Lill, Wichita 
James Linder, El Dorado 
Marcia Lindsey, El Dorado 

Stephen Locke, Wichita 
Dennis Lodovici, Victoria 
Robert Long, El Dorado 
Connie Lowe, Wichita 
Lawrence Lucas, El Dorado 
Evelyn MacKay, Rose Hill 




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Stanley MacPherson, Wichita 




STUDENTS HEAD for the first class session. 












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Jimmie Maish, Towanda 
Steve Malcom, Wichita 
Christine Maloney, El Dorado 
Roger Mark, Augusta 
Vickie Mark, Augusta 
Elwood Marshall, Leon 

Virginia Martin, El Dorado 
Linda Mattson, Wichita 
Teresa Mayfield, Wichita 
Bruce McAllister, Leon 
Thomas McBeth, Leon 
Tommy McBride, El Dorado 



Robert McCaslin, El Dorado 
Mike McClaren, Wichita 
Craig McClure, El Dorado 
Larry McClure , Florence 
William McClure , Douglass 
Robert McColpin, Wichita 

Pamela McCord, El Dorado 
Daryl McCortor, \Vichita 
Linda McCoy, El Dorado 
Phil McCoy, Wichita 
James McCullough, Wichita 
Bruce McCune, Benton 

Don McCurdy, Wichita 
David McElroy, Augusta 
Edward McGarvey, Carnegie, 

Pa. 
Thomas McHugh, Wichita 
Kenneth McNitt, Wichita 
Linda McNown, El Dorado 

Elmo Mealer, Wichita 
Robert Mealer, Wichita 
Donald Meek, El Dorado 
Jerry Mehl, Augusta 
Gloria Meng, Wichita 
Robert Menges, Wichita 




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John Menoher, Wichita 
John Merriam, 

Sioux Falls, S. D. 
Harvey Meyer, El Dorado 
Michael Miles, Wichita 
Earle F. Miller III, El Dorado 
Janet Miller, El Dorado 

Janye Miller, El Dorado 
Neil Miller, El Dorado 
Wayne Miller, El Dorado 
Randolph Misejka, El Dorado 
Craig Mitchell, El Dorado 
Jimmy Mitchell, Wichita 

Robert Mitchell, Wichita 
Stephen Mitchell, El Dorado 
Parvis Mohagheghpour, 

Wichita 
Arthur Moore, El Dorado 
Gary A. Moore, Augusta 
Garry F. Moore, Wichita 



Larry Moore, Wichita 
Dennis Moreland, El Dorado 
Sandra Mossman, El Dorado 
Kenneth Mount, Wichita 
Greg Moyer, Sterling 
Mary Moyer, El Dorado 



Jean Muldrow, Topeka 
Sharilyn Murphy, Wichita 
Candy Nace, Towanda 
Jolene Neelsen, Wichita 
Linda Nelson, Wichita 
Phillip Neudecker, Wichita 



Cecil Newman, Wichita 
Linda Newman, Douglass 
Terry Nickl, El Dorado 
Judith Noeller, Augusta 
Ronald Nugen, Wellington 





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James O'Donnell, Augusta 
Kenton Oglesbee, Wichita 
David Ollenberger, El Dorado 
Russell Oropesa, Wichita 
Gary Owen, El Dorado 
Parry Owen, El Dorado 



James Pack, Wichita 
Linda Pack, Wichita 
Marqus Paige, Wichita 
DeWayne Palmer, El Dorado 
Lyman Parnell, Towanda 
Karen Parrish, El Dorado 






Freshmen Join in Campus Frivolities 



James A. Parsons, Wichita 
James G. Parsons, Douglass 
William Parsons, El Dorado 
Eldon Patterson, Augusta 
Forrest Patterson, Wichita 
Robert Patton, Detroit, Mich. 



Darryl Payne, Wichita 
David Payne, El Dorado 
Douglas Payne, El Dorado 
Nancy Peckham, Augusta 
Wendell Perks, El Dorado 
Dennis Perrine , Derby 



Dennis Perry, El Dorado 
Judy Perry, El Dorado 
Johnny Pete , Wichita 
Gary Phelps, Hastings, Neb. 
Kathleen Phillips, El Dorado 
John Phipps , Wichita 



Michael Pickens, Lawrence 
Sharon Pierce, Augusta 
Darel Pitts, Wichita 
Terry Poague, Wichita 
Roger Pond, Wichita 
John Poole, El Dorado 



Charles Posey, Wichita 
Clell Posey, Wichita 
Randall Post, El Dorado 
Sherri Potter, Augusta 
Patricia Potts, Wichita 
David Prentice , Wichita 



James Preuett, Wichita 
Gary Pugh, Eureka 
Wayne Pursley, Wichita 
Kenneth Pykiet, Harper 
Vernon Pykiet, Harper 
Mark Quinlan, Boulder, Colo. 




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Walter Ramsden, Wichita 
Gerald Randall, Douglass 
Ronald Ratley, Augusta 
Richard Ray, Augusta 



Richard Reed, El Dorado 
Wayne Reedy, Neodesha 
Donald Reichard, El Dorado 
Mary Dell Reid, El Dorado 
Jim Requena, El Dorado 
Sharon Ressler, Augusta 



William Reynolds, Wichita 
Claudia Rice, El Dorado 
John Rice, Wichita 
Douglas Richey, El Dorado 
Gaynell Richey, El Dorado 
Bertha Richter, El Dorado 



Cary Riff el, Wichita 
Robert Ritchie, Winfield 
Danny Robb, Augusta 
Kenneth Roberts, Cassoday 
Karen Robertson , El Dorado 
John Robinson, Wichita 




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Barbara Robinson, Virgil 
Carolyn Rollings, El Dorado 
Jean Roth, Whitewater 
Robert Rountree, Augusta 
Elizabeth Roy, Benton 
John Roy, Benton 



Oleta Runyon, El Dorado 
Robert Ruth, Wichita 
Chris Sandberg, El Dorado 
Jerry Sandburg, Eureka 
Peggy Sandburg, Eureka 
Dennis Scharenberg, Florence 



Janet Schauf , Augusta 
John Schauf, Augusta 
Gary Schaul, Douglass 
Ken Schmidtberger, Victoria 
David Schnedler, Wichita 
John Scholl, Jr. , Wichita 



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Robert Schuler, Cassody 
Cheryl Schwartz, Newton 
Kay Scott, Wichita 
Edwin Seavey, Wichita 
Clyde Seefeld, Wichita 
Catherine Seglem, El Dorado 



Cleo Segraves, Newton 
Michael Shafer, El Dorado 
Dale Shaffer, Benton 
Dallas Shaffer, Gridley 
Steven Sharp, Herington 
Robert Shelton, Jr. , El Dorado 



Ronald Shepherd, Wichita 
Linda Shields, Augusta 
Deborah Shipman, El Dorado 
Darrel Shoger, Augusta 
Rochelle Sidener, El Dorado 
James Siegenthaler, Jr. , 
El Dorado 



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Richard Siegrist, Rose Hill 
Tamara Skinner, El Dorado 
Teresa Sluss, El Dorado 
Donald D. Smith, Wichita 
James Smith, Wichita 
Marsha Smith, Towanda 



Robert Smith, Wichita 
Ronald Smith, Wichita 
Terry D. Smith, Augusta 
Ross Spencer, Wichita 
Raymond Staatz, Herington 
Steven Staggs, Wichita 



John Stark, Lyndon 
James Steele, Wichita 
Nathaniel Steele, Topeka 
Karen Stees, Wichita 
Larry Sterrett, Wichita 
Rodney Steven, Wichita 

Thomas Steven, Wichita 
Gary Stevens, El Dorado 
Charles Stewart, Jr. , 

El Dorado 
Quentin Stigers, Wichita 
Valmer Stigers, Wichita 
Lynn Still, Wichita 



Ulysses Stokes, Jr. , Wichita 
David Stoskopf, El Dorado 
Patricia Strasser, Augusta 
Delbert Strelow, Wichita 
Georgia Stroup , Chase 
Jimmy Stuart, Lawrence 




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Robert Stueven, Augusta 
Dwight Suddock, Jr. , El 

Dorado 
Grace Summers, Augusta 
Lanetia Swafford, Wichita 
Vivian Swilley, El Dorado 
James Swagger, Potwin 

Del Taft, El Dorado 
Timothy Tallchief, Wichita 
William Teeter, El Dorado 
Vickie Thomas, Wichita 
Barbara Thompson, El Dorado 
Robert Thompson, Wichita 

Kenneth Thon, Tribune 
Linda Thornton, El Dorado 
Rebecca Titel, El Dorado 
Michael Torrance, El Dorado 
John Wayne Totty, Burns 



Steven R. Towns, Wichita 
Sheryl Travis, Wichita 
Gregory Trippel, Wichita 
Ronald Trowbridge, Wichita 
Rodney Trowbridge, Wichita 
John Truskett, El Dorado 

Ronald Tucker, Augusta 
Chester Tunison, Wichita 
Winifred Turner, Hartford 
Randal Unkel, Derby 
Ruth Vachal, Benton 
John VanSickle, El Dorado 







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James Waddill, Wichita 
Joyce Wakefield, Towanda 
Charles Walden, Wichita 
Margie Waltman, El Dorado 
Frederick Wammack, El 

Dorado 
Mark Ward, Douglass 

Marilyn Watkins, Leon 
Charles Way, El Dorado 
Loyd Webert, Jr. , Wichita 
Jerry Wendt, Tribune 
Steven Wentling, El 

Dorado 
Billy Wheat, Strong City 

Rex Wheeler, Augusta 
Charles White , Wichita 
Clinton White, El Dorado 
Judy Wiggins, Eureka 
Edna Wilcox, El Dorado 
Paul Wilcox, Augusta 



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Gary Wilks, Wichita 
Emmett Willhite, El Dorado 
Larry L. Willhite, Rosalia 
Charles Williams, Augusta 
Jerry Williams, El Dorado 

NeilWilscam, Wichita 
Barbara Wilson, El Dorado 
Cheryl Wilson, Wichita 
Jerry Wilson, El Dorado 
Faye Wilson, El Dorado 

Kathryn Wischropp, El Dorado 
Wayne Wischropp, Osage City 
Dennis Wolff, Wichita 
Michael Woodard, El Dorado 
Allan Wright, Wichita 

Jeanene Wright, Towanda 
Ted Wright, Wichita 
Linda Wyckoff, El Dorado 
Ronald Wymer, Wichita 
James Young, El Dorado 



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Ruth Zacharias, Towanda 
Allen Zane, Wichita 

James Zang, El Dorado 
Michael Zlab, Leon 
James Zook, Newton 




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James Adams, Jr. , Wichita 
Eduardo Aranguren, Venezuela 
Daniel Armstrong, Rose Hill 
Patrick Arnold, Wichita 
Ronald Baker, Wichita, Doug- 
las Ballard, Wichita 



Michael Barker, Wichita, Larry 
Baum, Wichita, Thomas Beck- 
meyer, Jr. , Wichita, Michael 
Beckwith, Wichita, Martin 
Benoit, Wichita, Roger 
Bonser, Wichita 



SOPHOMORES 

Roger Aistrup, Wichita 
Herbert Asmann, Wichita 
Jerry Berry, El Dorado, Lorieta 
Biggs, Potwin, William Brush, 
Towanda, Gary Cushenbery, 
Wichita 



Timothy Fegan, Junction City 
Hector Galindez, Venezuela 
James Johnson, Wichita 
Herbert Jones, Wichita 
Richard Kanaga, Derby 
Michael Kirsch, Wichita 



Elizabeth Koster, Wichita 
Marilyn Linder, El Dorado, Joe 
McCartney, Wichita, Sandra 
Morgan, El Dorado, John W. 
Reed III, Wichita, Robert 
Renz, Overland Park 



Darryl Robinson, Florence 
Leonard Smith, Augusta 
Barry Sparks, Wichita, Diane 
Weddle, Rich Hill, Mo. , John 
Young, Wichita, Linda Sue 
Wilson, El Dorado 



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John Briggs, Houston, Texas 
Robert Brooks, Wichita 
Goldie Buchanan, Wichita 
Robert Byrne, Jr., Wichita 
Gary Campbell, Wichita 
Terry Carter, Towanda 



Charles Cauttrell, Wichita 
Michael Coleman, Wichita 
David Converse, Wichita 
Arthur Copley, Wichita 
Douglas Crespin, El Dorado 
Norman Cullop, El Dorado 



Reid Davison, Wichita, Mack 
Deichman, Great Bend, Ernest 
Dodson, Wichita, Charles 
Dullea, Wichita, Ronald 
Edson, Benton, Jamie Edwan, 
Augusta 



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Richard Elder, Wichita 
Steven Evans, Wichita, Carl 
Ferguson, Wichita, John 
Fleming, Wichita, James 
Frager, Wichita, Daniel 
Francis, Wichita 



Don Frisbie, Wichita 
Norma Gee, Eureka, Deborah 
Geller, Wichita, Jeanette 
Gettings, Wichita, Roger 
Gibson, El Dorado, Gary 
Gillett, Wichita 



Philip Glass, Wichita, Dennis 
Gleason, Wichita, Mark 
Goehring, Wichita, Gary 
Gregory, El Dorado, Carlos 
Gurdian, Nicaragua, Rickey 
Guy, Wichita 



Berlie Hale, El Dorado 
Ronald Hall, Douglass, Lynda 
Hammer, Leon, William Han- 
son, Hamilton, Carolyn Hartl, 
Wichita, Richard Hazeltine, 
Wichita 






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Russell Hemenway, Wichita 
John Higgins, Wichita, Charles 
Hilt, Wichita, Loren Hinnen- 
kamp, Wichita, Mark Holcomb 
Derby, Michael Holtzinger, 
Wichita 



Charles Hummelke, Wichita 
Dennis Hutchinson, Wichita 
Charles Jones III, El Dorado 
Robin Jinkins, Wichita 
Vema Knackstedt, El Dorado 
Kenneth Kerls, Jr. , Wichita 



Thomas Keeton, Wichita 
William Lambert, Wichita 
Charles Laymon, Wichita 
Curtis Lewis, Haysville 
Eugene Linsea, Cottonwood 
Falls, Robert Lovell, Wichita 

Ronald Luallen, Wichita 
Larry Manz, Wichita, Janice 
Marcum, El Dorado, Daniel 
Massey, Wichita, Gerald 
McFachern, El Dorado 
Douglas McEnulty, Jr. El 
Dorado 



Fredrick McMillin, Wichita 
Daniel Nakoa, Hawaii, Larry 
Norman, Connecticut, Michael 
O'Donnell, El Dorado, Keith 
Owen, El Dorado, Richard 
Pelz, Wichita 




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Rex Pennick, Wichita, John 
Pfister, Wichita Clell Posey, 
Wichita, Mohammad Poutsi 
Wichita, William Pursley, 
Wichita, James Reid, Salina 



Robert Reynolds, Wichita 
Robert Ritchie, Winfield 
Phillip Roberts, Wichita, Gary 
Robinson, Wichita, Dale 
Rufenacht, Wichita, Karen 
Ryan, El Dorado 



Charles A. Sawyer, Wichita 
Bruce Schneider, Wichita 
Gustav Salcedo, El Dorado 
Keith Seymour, Wichita 
Danny Shell, Wichita, Greg 
Smith, Wichita 



Tom Solomon, El Dorado 
Marvin Solano, El Dorado 
June Spencer, Wichita, Susan 
Steiner, Wichita, Roy Steven- 
son, Wichita, Jerry Steward 
Wichita 



Aron Strange, Wichita, Robert 
Swisher, Wichita, Robert 
Thompson, Wichita, William 
Thompson, Wichita, Barry 
Titze, Wichita, James Trissal 
Wichita 



George Turner, Jr. , El Dorado 
Mary Turner, Wichita, Dennis 
Underwood, Haysville, Donna 
Underwood, Andover, Michael 
Vesey, Wichita, Enrique Vivas 
El Dorado 



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SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Gale Chastain, El Dorado 
Jim Greer, Towanda, Robert 
Hirschler, Benton, Ruth Huber 
El Dorado 



Jerry Kirk, Wichita 
Laura Nace, El Dorado 
Marjorie Morgan, Burns 
James Westmoreland, Wichita 



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William Willets, Wichita 
Danny Weaver, Junction City 
Nancy Wallace, Wichita, 
Michael Walker, Wichita, 
Herbert Wagner, Wichita 





Spring 
Activities 



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VICTORS OF GIRLS' Volleyball Tournament 



CHAMPIONS of Junior College Bowling Tournament. 



Spring Sports 



SPRING SPORTS included a girls' 
volleyball tournament, a girls' Softball 
tournament, golf, track, and a school - 
wide bowling tournament. The golf and 
track teams attended several meets. 
Melvin Weber won the newly instituted 
pentathlon at the Butler County Invita - 
tional meet. Bill Billins set a new school 
record in the pole-vault event, and Terry 
Maddox won the intermediate hurdles event 
at the State Jayhawk Junior College meet 
in Hutchinson. Weber and Maddox went to 
Garden City where Weber placed fifth in 
the javelin event. 



AIMING at the hole 

MELVIN WEBER, runner 



BILL BILLINS, pole-vaulter 





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TERRY MADDOX, runner 



MELVIN WEBER, pentathlon and javelin 



In Memoriam 




JOHNNY PETE and MICHAEL 
VESEY, freshman athletes at But- 
ler County were victims of a fatal 
one -car accident near Towanda on 
April 15, 1967. They were enroute 
from Wichita to El Dorado to as- 
sist at a track meet. Johnny was 
a starting player on the basketball 
team all season. Mike, a second- 
semester transfer student expected 
to be a member of the football 
team next year. Friends and team- 
mates alike have sensed a great 
personal and group loss. 




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WITNESS Sgt. 
Chipman (Mr. 



Gray (Charles White) and Lt. 
Neaville) 



Col. 




Drama 



THE SPRING PRODUCTION of the 
dramatic department was Saul Levitt's 
"The Andersonville Trial" directed 
by Mr. Patten. The actors played 
three nights to appreciative aud- 
iences. Robert Carroll as Lt. Col. 
Chandler, well-known Wichita tele- 
vision personality, played the role 
he created in the original New York 
production. 



WITNESS Davidson (Mr. Toburen) 





WITNESS Lt. Col. Chandler (Robert Carroll) 



FULL STAGE 



OTIS BAKER (Phil Olsen) questioned by Lt. Col. 
Chipman (Mr. Neaville) 




Speech 



FORENSIC activities this 
spring featured a busy debate 
team that participated in twen 
ty tournaments and won six- 
teen trophies. Peggy Dill, 
Steve Moore, Mike King, 
Curtis Harshfield, Linda 
Phares, and Mr. McAdoo 
attended the national Phi 
Rho Pi Tournament in Mo- 
desto, California. The 
first annual speech banquet 
provided an opportunity for 
public presentation of awards, 
one of which was the master - 
craftsman award, first such 
honor to be made. Celia 
Conger and Raymond Orr re - 
ceived the honor. 




DELTA PSI OMEGA: (Initiates holding certificates) FIRST ROW: 
Karen Higgins, Sharon Jordan, Linda Phares, Nancy Pearce, 
Laura Martindale. SECOND ROW: Charles C. White, Phil Olsen, 
Steve Moore; Mr. Patten and Mr. McAdoo, Sponsors. 




WINNERS of State Juco Tournament: Mr. Patten, co-sponsor; 
Mike King, Linda Phares, Phil Olsen, Maurine Baker, Curtis 
Harshfield, Peggy Dill, Steve Moore, and sponsor, Mr. McAdoo. 




DEBATERS Curtis Harshfield, Mr. McAdoo, Peggy Dill, Steve Moore, 
and Mike King, and the sixteen trophies won by the debaters and one 
awarded to Mr. McAdoo. 

PEGGY DILL holds the National first place plaque for 
women's oral interpretation event. 



MR. NIXON addresses speech banquet 

RAYMOND ORR receives the master- 
craftsman's award. 





JUCO VOICES (second semester): Linda Phares, 
Terry Sluss, Bill Smith, Mr. Patten, Peggy Dill, 
Laura Martindale 




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JEANNE PERKS, history student, receives annual 
Cron History Award from Clifford Stone, Mr. Dain 
observes. 




FRESHMAN NURSING CLASS: FIRST ROW: 
Ruby Edginton, Judy Noeller, Debbie Geller, 
Renee Da Silva. SECOND ROW: Janice 
Klassen, Marilyn Watkins, Leon Ritchie, Kathy 
Wischropp, Joyce Wakefield. BACK ROW: 
Patricia Strasser, Bertha Richter, Miss Whitson, 
Mrs. Riddle, Isabel Gates. 

"THE HOLY CITY" in its third annual performance. 



"BEST OF THE SHOW" in art gallery 



Variety 



CAMPUS activities included many peo- 
ple and events that offered opportunities for 
representing the school, its student body, 
and its achievements. 




FIRST annual speech awards banquet 
TROPHIES for the bowlers 




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Nixon Week 



STUDENT COUNCIL, faculty, and Juco 
Wives sponsored Nixon Week from April 17 
to 23 to honor Mr. Nixon who retires this 
spring after thirty -eight years at the 
school. The student council sponsored a 
convocation during the week. At the fac- 
ulty banquet Mr. James B. McKay an- 
nounced the naming of the library as the 
Lester W. Nixon Library. A public 
reception with refreshments served by 
the Juco Wives on Sunday afternoon closed 
the week of festivities. 




MR. NIXON receives picture of the library 





FACULTY members present a course outline on the "Life of Nixon. " 



THE NIXONS receive at the recep- 
tion. 




MR. NIXON points out some of his many mementos. 
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Ann Belew Richard Fioretto Brenda Gray 




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Mary Roy-4. 00 
graduate 



Craig McClure 



Terry Sluss 



Dean's Honor Roll 






Dan 
Chisham (2) 



Linda 
Cook (2) 



John 
Edwards (2) 






Gary Kay 

Harms (1) Highbarger (1) 



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Steve 
Mitchell (2) 






Steve 
Morriss (1] 



Joe 
Sprecher (2) 



Pat 
Strasser (1) 






HONOR STUDENTS this year included 
Mary Roy, who was graduated with a 4. 00 
average; five students (upper left) who had 
a 4. 00 average for both semesters, and 
twelve students (at left) who had a 4. 00 av- 
erage for one semester. 

Other students on the Dean's Honor 
Roll who earned a grade point average of 
3. 5 to 3. 9 were: 

FIRST SEMESTER: B. J. Cassady, 
Celia Ann Conger, Terry Countryman, 
John Edwards, Joyce Fennell, Kay Fisher, 
Dennis Fitzpatrick, Greta Gish, Clifford 
Goodman, Brenda Hammon, Gene Howeter, 
David Jones, Edward Matthews, Stephen 
Mitchell, Bob Parry, Jeanne Perks, Randy 
Post, Sherrie Potter, Jim Requena, Chris 
Sandberg, Janet Schauf, Fred Solis, and 
Barbara Wilson. 

SECOND SEMESTER: David Casper, 
Kenneth Clark, William Cook, Dan Crook, 
Joyce Fennell, Kay Fisher, Dennis Fitz- 
patrick, Clifford Goodman, Brenda Ham- 
mon, David Jones, Larry Jones, Marten 
Leimer, Ruth McGregor, Gary Morgan, 
Roger Palmer, Jeanne Perks, John Pickett, 
Randall Post, Sherri Potter, Donald Reic- 
hard, Barbara Robison, Chris Sandberg, 
Janet Schauf, John Schauf, Judy Scribner, 
Karen Stees, Eugene Towne, Judy Wiggins, 
and Linda Wyckoff. 



Don 
Streets (1) 



Rita 
Walston (2) 



Diane 
Weddle (2) 



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ORDER OF THE PURPLE: BOTTOM ROW: James McCluggage, Fred Solis, 
Phil Olsen, Dennis Fitzpatrick. SECOND ROW: Anne Belew, Mary Roy, Judy 
Scribner, Pat Tyler. THIRD ROW: Gary Harms, John Edwards, Martin Leimer, 
Dan Chism, and John Pickett. INSETS: Celia Conger and Melvin Weber. 

Order Of The Purple 




GRADUATING SOPHO- 
MORES who have maintained 
3. 5 grade point average on a 
4.00 basis, and who have been 
enrolled at Butler County Jun- 
ior College for one full year 
carrying at least twelve hours 
per semester are named to the 
school's honor society, the 
Order of the Purple; 248 stu- 
dents have received this hon- 
or. 

Members of the faculty 
honored these students with 
a dinner on May 19. Joe McAdoo was 
master of ceremonies. Judge Charles 
E. Heilman addressed the group. Mr. 
Nixon presented certificates of mem- 
bership into the society. 




BANOUET in the Blue Room 

MEMBERS dine at annual banquet 





MR. HEILMAN, center of speaker's table 



Banquet And Prom 



STUDENTS, faculty members, and 
their guests dined and danced on "Main 
Street" at the annual spring banquet and 
prom held in the student union. Scenery 
included a southern mansion and its 
realistic lawn located at the end of a 
street scene lighted with ornamented 
street lights. 





FIRST GRADUATING NURSES- -Penny Startz, Judy Ward, 
Pam Starts, Ruby Kindle, Marilynn Marten, Sharon Jor- 
dan, Karen Higgins--pose with dignitaries following 
commencement breakfast. 



PRESIDENT Walbourn with Garland P. Ferrell, 
Jr. , who was commencement speaker. 




ACADEMIC PROCESSION begins in cafeteria 




Commencement 

GRADUATING exercises held for 
the first time on the new campus in- 
cluded a breakfast, sponsored by the 
nursing department for the first class 
of nurses, an academic procession 
from the student union to the gym, 
students from the night school num- 
bered among the 125 graduates, and 
the largest graduating class on rec- 
ord. 



CHECKING in the robe 



RECEPTION LINE forms in cafeteria 




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Class Of 1967 



ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREES 

Warren Woodward Abbott 

Janet Ann Belew 

Robert Paul Berens 

Lorieta Biggs 

Bill Arnold Blecha 

J. T. Eugene Boardman 

Stephen Dean Bohrer 

Donna Fay Bonham 

David Dee Brown 

Daniel Lloyd Chisham 

David Larry Cloyes 

E. Dale Coiner 

David Ralph Cole 

Celia Ann Conger 

William Aaron Cook 

James Christopher Corley 

Dale Etcyle Covert 

Daniel Irving Crook 

Kathryn Kay Daniel 

Gene Downard 

John Noble Edwards 

Carol Jean Elmore 

Joan Kay Fisher 

Kenneth Wayne Fowler 

Donna Dee Garritson 

John Wayne Gilliand 

David Lee Gorges 

Bruce J. Graber 

Constance JoAnn Grigsby 

Sondra Shelton Hackler 

Joyce Alberta Hahn 

Gary Jay Harms 

Keith Eugene Hartman 

Karen Sue Higgins 

Kenneth Dean Hughes 

Stephen Franklin Hungerford 

Gholam Hossein Jabbari 

Marilyn Jean Jackson 

William Gale Johnson 

Larry Ray Jones 

Sharon Elaine Jordan 

Ruby Grace Kindle 



Michael W. King 
Marten Karl Leimer 
Jerrol Wayne Lewis 
John Barrows Ligon IV 
Marily Kay Linder 
Marcia Arlene Lindsey 
Deborah Kay Long 
James Sheldon McCluggage 
Thomas James McCorkle 
Ruth Elizabeth McGregor 
Charles Edward McLean, Jr. 
Terry Joe Maddux 
Marilynn Sue Marten 
Laura Ellen Martindale 
Edward S. Matthews 
Mary Agnes Mercer 
Jesse Mikell 
James D. Miller 
Stephen Douglas Moore 
Martha A. Oliver 
Phillip Stanley Olsen 
Clifford Elliott Palmer 
Robert Eugene Parry 
Richard L. Pelz 
Jeanne E. Perks 
Linda Sue Phares 
John Duane Pickett 
Margaret Ann Poole 
Glenn Calvin Rappard 
Mary Frances Roy 
Gerald Lee Sanders 
Ken E. Schwemmer 
Judy Ann Scribner 
Paul Douglas Shepherd 
Jo Helen Short 
Raymond Carter Smith 
Ray Dean Sowers 
Joseph Leslie Sprecher 
Pamala L. Startz 
Penelope L. Startz 
Beverly Ann Stull 
Marian Etta Thornton 
Earl Eugene Towne 



Patricia Ann Tyler 
Vaudine Sherry Vernon 
Darwin E. Wakefield 
Willis Russell Waldorf 
Larry Allen Wallace 
Judith Kathryn Ward 
Melvin Lee Weber 
George Allison Wells 
Dwight Earl Wiggins 
Chloe Eya Wolford 
Carl Leroy Wright 

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREES 
IN APPLIED SCIENCE 

Norma Faye Ayers 
Sybil Grace Baker 
Byron H. Carr 
David Robert Casper 
Thomas Earl Clark 
Larry R. Dealy 
Delores Ann Doyle 
Dennis Jay Fitzpatrick 
Raymond Dennis Fried 
Karen A. Gaines 
Carol Joyce Harris 
Gene Dennis Howerter 
Glenna Marie James 
Dedra Sue Lietzke 
James Bradford McCullough 
John William McCully 
Gary Dean Mayfield 
Gary L. Morgan 
Dwight Eugene Nickel 
William David Pardue 
Gary A. Reed 
Cary Wayne Riffel 
Frederick C. Solis 
Billy Gene Sommers 
Larry N. Sterrett 
Michael Wayne Sullivan 
Delmar Lynn Toellner 
Linda Sue Wilson 



The El Dorado-Butler County Community Junior College has graduated 
1985 students in its first forty years. 

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Index 



Abbott, Warren 36, 37, 72 
Adair, Jeffrey 41,46,80 
Adams, Betty 80 
Adams, E. F. 6 
Adams, James A. 41,80 
Adams, James, Jr. 94 
Adams, Robert 72 
Aistrup, Roger 94 
Allen, Edward 80 
Allen, Gregory 49, 80 
Allen, Paul 72 
Allen, Ronald 80 
Alley, Larry 80 
Anderson, David 80 
Anderson, James 80 
Andrew, Robert 80 
Aranguren, Eduardo 94 
Arbogast, Burl T. 7 
Archer, Keith 41, 80 
Armstrong, Daniel 94 
Arnold, Marsha 31,80 
Arnold, Patrick 94 
Asmann, Herbert A. , Jr. 94 
Atchison, Allen 38, 51, 80 
Atherton, Charles 41 , 42 , 46 , 

80 
Atkins, James 80 
Augustus, Richard 41,80 
Avery, Anita 35, 40, 43, 80 
Ayers, Norma 32, 35, 72 
Ayers, Wanda 33,80 



Bailey, Pat 12 

Bailey, Graham 58, 72 

Baker, Diane 38,80 

Baker, Donald 80 

Baker, Harlan 41,50 

Baker, Marian 80 

Baker, Maurine 35,40,80 

Baker, Robert 41, 42, 50, 80 

Baker, Ronald 94 

Baker, Sybil 72 

Balch, James 51,80 

Ball, Gary 51,80 

Ball, William 80 

Ballard, Douglas 94 

BAND 38 

Barker, Michael 94 

Barker, Vernon 80 

Barnes, Terrell 80 

Barnhart, Thomas J. , III 41, 

50,80 
Barrick, Thomas 72 
Bartlett, Gail 32, 43, 44, 80 
Baum, Larry 94 
Beach, Donald 72 
Beal, Harold 80 
Bean, James E. , Jr. 80 
Beard, Richard 72 
Beckmeyer, Thomas, Jr. 94 
Beckwith, Michael 94 
Belanger, Norman 72 
Belew, Ann 38, 72 
Belew, Sue 72 
Bell, Terry 80 
Belt, Curtis 80 
Benigas, Brenda 80 
Benning, Orville D. , Jr. 51, 

80 
Benoit, Martin 94 
Benton, Charles E. , Jr. 42, 

51,58,72 
Benton, George 80 
Berens, Robert 72 
Barry, Jerry 94 
Berryman, Gilbert 80 
Bettinger, Bruce 38,80 
Biggs, Lorieta 94 
Billins, Billy 41,50,80 
Bishard, David 38, 72 
Blackburn, John 81 
Blackmore, John 81 
Blackwood, Rick 81 
Blake, Eddy 50, 72 
Bland, Victor 7 
Blecha, Bill 72 



Boatright, Gary 7 
Bobbitt, Dennis 81 
Bohrer, Stephen 72 
Bonham, Donna 40, 72 
Bonser, Roger 94 
Bowers, Larry 46,81 
Boyce, Margaret 31, 32, 35, 72 
Boyer, Robert 50, 73 
Boyle, Thomas 37, 50, 73 
Bradbury, Hugh 81 
Bradley, Darrall 73 
Bradley, Marcia 40,81 
Bradley, Truman 73 
Branine, Jim 49, 73 
Brentlinger, Terry 41,81 
Brewer, Linda 30,38,81 
Brewer, Margaret 73 
Brewer, Merry 40,81 
Brewster, Eddie 73 
Briggs, Diana 43,81 
Briggs, John 94 
Brinkmeyer, Loren J. 7 
Britting, Robert 81 
Bronaugh, Ray 50, 8 1 
Brooks, Robert 94 
Brown, Ann 81 
Brown, David 38, 73 
Brown, Jimmy 81 
Brown, Judy 40, 73 
Brown, Ronald 81 
Brush, Thomas 73 
Brush, William 94 
Buchanan, Elbert 81 
Buchanan, Goldie 94 
Buchanan, Roy 73 
Bump, David 50,81 
Burgoyne, Barbara 35,40,81 
Burk, Kent 81 
Burke, John 81 
Burns, Charles 73 
Burr, Dennis 81 
Burress, Catherine 30, 40, 81 
BUSINESS CLUB 32 
Butler, Michael 7, 32 
Byrne, Robert, Jr. 94 

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Call, Mary 12 
Calloway, David 81 
Calvert, Chris 81 
Campbell, Alfred M. , Jr. 81 
Campbell, Gary 94 
Campbell, Ronnie 46,81 
Campbell, Ronald 81 
Canfield, Donald 81 
Canfield, Kristen 81 
Cappitelli, Catherine 38, 81 
Carey, Janice 43,81 
Carlisle, David 81 
Carlson, Darrell 81 
Carr, Byron 73 
Carter, Terry 94 
Cartwright, Dennis 81 
Carver, Frederick 81 
Cary, William 81 
Casper, David 73 
Cassady, B. J. 81 
Cattrell, Keith 81 
Cauttrell, Charles 94 
Caver, Sherry 81 
Cawthorn, Johnnie 81 
Cecil, David 81 
Chappell, Tom 81 
Chase, Richard 6 
Chastain, Gale 81,96 
CHEERLEADERS 44 
Chisham, Dan 73 
Chism, Robert H. 7, 35 
CHORUS 38 
CIRCLE K 42 
Clarey, Michael 81 
Clark, Clifton 37,66,81 
Clark, Kenneth 8 1 
Clark, Ray 81 
Clark, Steven 82 
Clark, Thomas 82 
Clifford, Stephen 73 



Cline, Charlene 73 
Cloyes, David 50, 73 
Cofield, Robert Banjamin 51, 

82 
Coiner, Dale 73 
Cole, David 73 
Coleman, Michael 94 
COLLEGIATE SINGERS 39 
Combrink, Dennis 82 
Compton, Jerry 51,82 
Conger, Celia 22, 33, 36, 37, 

73 
Conner, Beverley 37, 40, 66, 

82 
Conner, Elizabeth 37, 40, 66, 

82 
Converse, David 94 
Cook, Linda 73 
Cook, Shonda 33,82 
Cook, William 73 
Cooke, Dennis 82 
Cooley, Connie 82 
Cooley, Christina 32,82 
Coonrod, Barbara 10 
Copley, Arthur 94 
Corn, Clarence W. , Jr. 82 
Corner, Earnest 48, 49, 73 
Costello, David 82 
Countryman, Terry 82 
Covert, Sydney 73 
Cowman, Michael 50, 82 
Craft, Roy 82 
Crespin, Douglas 94 
Crook, Dan 30,46,51,62,63 
Cross, Harold 82 
Crumrine, Lynn 73 
Cullop, Norman 94 
Cummins, William C. 4, 5 
Cunningham, Tom 82 
Cushenbery, Gary 94 
Cutsinger, Roger 73 

-D- 

Dain, Carolyn 7, 33 
Dain, Robert 7, 30 
Daniel, Kathryn 30, 73 
Danielson, Robert 82 
DaSilva, Renee 82 
Dauber, Darlene 82 
Davis, Barbara 40, 82 
Davis, Elizabeth 35,82 
Davis, Lawrence 32,37 
Davis, Nancy 40,82 
Davis, Norma 12 
Davis, Paula 37,67,82 
Davis, Walter O. , Jr. 82 
Davison, Re id 94 
Davisson, Georgetta 82 
Dealy, Larry 73 
DEBATE SQUAD 34 
Decker, Rodger 73 
Deichman, Mack 41, 51, 94 
DELTA PSI OMEGA 36 
DEMOCRATS, COLLEGIATE 

YOUNG 42 
Denning, Donald 82 
Dickson, Paula 37,82 
Dill, Peggy 34,36,40,82 
Dinkel, Gerald 41, 51, 82 
Dirks, Steve 82 
Divine, Randy 73 
DiVirgilio, Anthony 35 
Dixon, Charles 39,50,82 
Dixon, J. Thomas 7, 38 
Dodson, Ernest 94 
Doll, Billy 82 
Dopps, John 82 
Dopps, Richard 82 
Dopps, Robert 82 
DORM BOYS 41 
DORM GIRLS 40 
Dosda, Sherrie 82 
Downard, Billie 73 
Drake, Larry 82 
Dreyer, Lonnie 82 
DRILL TEAM 43 
Dullea, Charles 94 



Dumbauld, Michael 73 
Duncan, Martha 12,28 
Duncan, Wayne 74 



Eaton, Paul 82 
Eaves, Kenneth 82 
Ecton, William 82 
Edgington, Ruby 74 
Edmunds, Stanley 82 
Edson, Ronald 94 
Edwan, Jamie 94 
Edwards, David 82 
Edwards, John 74 
Eisenbise, Ronald 82 
Elam, Judith 82 
Elder, Tony 82 
Elder, Richard 95 
Elliott, Dick 74 
Ellis, Judy 74 
Elmore, Carol 74 
Emmons, Keith 83 
Engels, David 83 
Evans, Michael 83 
Evans, Steven 95 
Evenson, Sharon 83 
Ewalt, Gregory 83 
Ewertz, John 83 



Fankhauser, Keith 83 
Fegan, Timothy 94 
Feller, Danny 50,83 
Fennell, Joyce 83 
Ferguson, Carl 95 
Ferguson, David 74 
Ferguson, Thomas 50, 83 
Ferrell, Garland P. , Jr. 6 
Finch, Suzanne 35,37,83 
Finley, Stephen 83 
Fioretto, Richard 83 
Fisher, Kay 30, 38, 39, 44, 56, 

58,59,74 
Fitzgerald, Michael 83 
Fitzpatrick, Dennis 42, 74 
Fleming, John 95 
Flesher, David 83 
Flock, Phillip 74 
Foltz, Sherry 83 
Ford, Kenneth 38,42,83 
Fowler, Kenneth 51,74 
Fowler, Larry 83 
Fox, Robert 74 
Frager, James 95 
Francis, Daniel 95 
Frase, Mark 46, SO, 83 
Freeman, Emerson 83 
Freeman, Patricia 40, 43, 83 
Fried, Raymond 74 
Friesen, Gerald 83 
Frisbie, Beverly 83 
Frisbie, Don 83,95 
Fritzler, Virginia 10 
Fuller, Charles 7 
Fuller, Gerald 74 
Fuller, Linda 36,83 
Fullerton, Phillip 74 
Funk, Lloyd H. , Jr. 83 
Futhey, Joe 83 



Gabel, Cathy 83 
Gaines, Karen 74 
Galindez, Hector 94 
Gann, Danny 83 
Gann, Ron 83 
Garland, Calvin 51, 74 
Garrett, Judith 83 
Garritson, Donna 74 
Gash, Catherine 35,40,83 
Gaston, Larry 83 
Gates, Dennis 74 
Gates, Isabel 83 
Gaulding, Albert L. , Jr. 83 
Gee, Norma 95 



Index 



Geller, Deborah 95 
George, William T. , Jr. 83 
Gettings, Jeanette 95 
Giardina, Alfred 84 
Gibson, Roger 84, 95 
Giles, Timothy 84 
Gillelt, Gary 95 
Gilliand, John 74 
Girod, Marcia 38,40,74 
Gish, Gretta 74 
Glass, Philip 95 
Gleason, Dennis 95 
Goehring, Mark 41, 95 
GOLD DIGGERS 43 
Goldsmith, Norman 84 
Good, Arden 7 
Goodman, Clifford 84 
Gordon, Patrick 84 
Gorges, David 35,51,74 
Gorliam, Jerry 84 
Graber, Bruce 35, 38, 58, 60, 

63,74 
Graham, Alan 84 
Grant, Fred 84 
Gravatt, Valerie 84 
Graves, James 84 
Gray, Brenda 84 
Greenbank, Persis 74 
Greene, Norman 84 
Greer, Jim 96 
Gregory, Gary 95 
Gregory, Richard L. 7, 32 
Grieshaber, Thomas 50, 74 
Griggs, James 84 
Grigsby, Connie 30, 74 
Grisham, Stephen 51,84 
GROUP, THE 37 
Gull, Thomas 84 
Gum, Sharon 84 
Gurdian, Carlos 95 
Guy Rickey 95 
Gwaltney, Gale 43,84 

-H- 

Hahn, Joyce, 43,74 

Haight, Glen 84 

Haines, Paul 84 

Hains, Marcia 84 

Hale, Berlie L. , Jr. 84,95 

Hall, Delores 40,43,84 

Hall, Ronald 95 

Hall, Sandra 84 

Hallaux, Richard 84 

Hamilton, Nonalee 84 

Hammer, Lynda 95 

Hammon, Brenda 84 

Hanson, William 95 

Harbes, Lanny 84 

Harden, Jim 84 

Harlan, Sharon 84 

Harms, Gary 32,46,50,74 

Harris, Arnold 84 

Harris, Carol 74 

Harris, Charles H. 4, 5 

Harris, John 84 
Harrison, Richard 84 
Harshfield, Curtis 34, 84 
Harshfield, Raymond 74 
Hartke, Mark 84 
Hard, Carolyn 43,95 
Hartman, Keith 74 
Hastings, Larry 84 
Hastings, Patricia 40, 42, 84 
Hawkins, Larry 51,84 
Haworth, Earl 84 
Haynes, Linda 84 
Haynes, Rodney 38,85 
Ha2eltine, Richard 85, 95 
Helena, James 85 
Helfrich, Jim 85 
Hemenway, Russell 95 
Henry, Betty 43,85 
Herndon, Danny 85 
Herndon, Robert 85 
Herpich, David 85 
Herring, Dale 39,85 
Herring, James 85 



Hess, Beverly 12 

Hess, David 85 

Hett, Steve 41, 50,85 

Hiebert, Clyde J. 8,32 

Higgins, Karen 30, 33,37,67, 

74 
Highbarger, Linda 74 
Hill, Owen 85 
Hilt, Charles 95 
Hinnenkamp, Loren 95 
Hinshaw, Mike 85 
Hirschler, Robert 96 
Hoenscheidt, James 85 
Holcomb, Mark 95 
Holem, Jane 85 
Hollis, Ruth 85 
Hollis, Walter 74 
Holloway, Danny 38,85 
Holtzinger, Mike 41,95 
Honeyman, Max 46, 50, 85 
Hoover, Gary 85 
Hoover, Michael 85 
Hopkins, Delbert 85 
Hopkins, Michael 85 
Howard, Donald 85 
Howard, Ronald A. 50,85 
Howard, Ronald D. 85 
Howell, Richard 85 
Howerter, Gene 75 
Howerter, Michael 30, 75, 80 
Hoyt, Janet 40,85 
Huber, Ruth 96 
Hudson, Leonard 75 
Huff, Dennis 85 
Huffman, Douglas 85 
Hughes, Kenneth 51,75 
Hughes, Larry 38,85 
Hughes, Robert 85 
Hughes, Samuel T. 8,25,33 
Hughes, Steve 75 
Hull, Jack 85 
Hummelke, Charles 95 
Humphries, Carol 34, 37, 75 
Hundemer, Mark 85 
Hungerford, Stephen 58, 75 
Hutchinson, Dennis 95 
Hutchison, Richard 85 



•I- 



Isaacson, Gerald 48, 49, 85 
Ishamn, Robert, Jr. 37,51, 

85 
Itzla, Robert 46,85 



-J- 



Jabbari, Gliolam 75 
Jackson, Frank 32, 51, 85 
Jackson, Larry 51,75 
Jackson, Marilyn 33, 43, 44, 

56,58,59,75 
Jackson, Mary 8 
James, David 75 
James, Glenna 75 
Janney, George 75 
Jessup, Helen 40, 85 
Jester, David 85 
Jester, Tracy 75 
Jeter, Jeffrey 75 
Jilg, Ronald 49, 75 
Jinkins, Robin 95 
Johnson, Delia 85 
Johnson, Jacquelyn 85 
Johnson, James 94 
Johnson, Loren W. , Jr. 75 
Johnson, Margaret 85 
Johnson, Richard H. 85 
Johnson, Richard M. 85 
Johnson, William 32, 42, 75 
Johnston, Joseph E. 8,35 
Jones, Carolyn 10 
Jones, Charles III 95 
Jones, David 85 
Jones, Herb 94 
Jones, Douglas 41, 85 
Jones, Larry 46, 50, 75 
Jones, Mary 34, 85 



Jones, Rodger 86 
Jcnes, Steve 86 
Jordan, Carl 46,50,86 
Jordan, Sharon 30, 33, 35, 43, 

75 
Jowers, Thomas 86 
JUCO VOICES 36 

-K- 

Kanaga, Richard 94 
Kassebaum, Dr. G. E. 6 
Kater, Irvin 86 
Keeton, Thomas 95 
Kelley, Laura 40,43,86 
Kelley, Michael 86 
Kellogg, Phillip 86 
Kemp, Karen 86 
Kennedy, Robert E. 8 
Kerls, Kenneth C. , Jr. 95 
Kidwell, Marilyn 86 
Kindle, Ruby 33,75 
King, John 86 
King, Michael 34, 75 
King, Richard A. 75 
King, Richard L. 75 
Kinkaid, Robert 86 
Kirk, Jerry 96 
Kirsch, Michael 94 
Kirschbaum, Marsha 86 
Klassen, Janice 86 
Knackstedt, Verna 95 
Knebler, Kenneth 86 
Knight, John W. , Jr. 41,46, 

86 
Knowles, Richard 75 
Koeneman, Lester A. , Jr. 8i 
Kolste, Richard 75 
Konrade, Jerry 86 
Koster, Elizabeth 94 
Kramer, Joseph C. , III 86 
Kratzer, Franklin 75 
Krause, Gayle A. 8 
Kreig, Rex 76 
Krier, Larry 86 
Krueger, Steven 86 
Kuhlmann, Blenda 8, 31, 35 
Kuhn, Stephen 86 



Lacey, Richard 8 
LADIES' TRIO 39 
Lahar, Raymond 76 
Lambert, James 86 
Lambert, William 86, 95 
Lange, Ethyl 10 
Lantz, Court 86 
Larcom, Ted 86 
Larimer, David 86 
Larimer, George 76 
Lasater, John 30, 38, 42, 8t 
Lathem, Allen 86 
Lauer, Dale 86 
Lawson, Leonard 86 
Lay, John K. 8 
Layman, W. L. 11 
Laymon, Charles 95 
Lee, Larry 86 
Lee, Tomi 43,86 
Leedom, Barbara 30,86 
Leimer, Glenn 11 
Leimer, Marten 46, 76 
Lemasters, Ray 86 
Lemons, Billy 86 
Leritz, Jean 86 
Lewis, Curtis 95 
Lewis, Donna 86 
Lewis, Jack 76 
Lewis, Michael 86 
Lewis, Robert 38,76 
Lietzke, Dedra 76 
Lill, Richard 86 
Linder, James 46, 86 
Linder, Marilyn 94 
Lindsey, Darell 76 
Lindsey, Marcia 37, 67, 86 
Linsea, Eugene 46, 51, 95 



Lipscomb, Richard 76 
Locke, Steven 41,51,86 
Lodovici, Dennis 46,86 
Londeen, Leona 12 
Long, Deborah 30, 43,44,61, 

63,76 
Long, Robert Bradford 30,46, 

50,86 
Lovell, Robert 9S 
Lowe, Connie 38,39,40, 86 
Luallen, Ronald 95 
Lucas, Lawrence 50, 86 

-M- 

MacKay, Evelyn 38, 39, 40, 86 
Mackey, Jerry 47, 50, 76 
MacPherson, Howard A. , IV 

87 
MacPherson, Stanley 87 
Maddux, Terry 30, 50, 76 
Maish, Jimmie 87 
Malcom, Steve 87 
Malone, Jeanette 8 
Maloney, Christine 87 
Mangels, Donald L. 9 
Manz, Larry 95 
Marcum, Janice 95 
Marcum, Richard 76 
Mark, Roger 87 
Mark, Vickie 87 
Marshall, Elwood 87 
Marten, Marilynn 33, 76 
Martens, Dennis 9 
Martin, Owen 76 
Martin, Virginia 33,87 
Martindale, Laura 30, 35, 36, 

43,62,63,76 
Massey, Daniel 95 
Matthews, Edward 76 
Mattson, Linda 39,87 
Mayfield, Gary 76 
Mayfield, Teresa 87 
McAdoo, Joe P. 8,34,37 
McAllister, Bruce 37, 87 
McBeth, Thomas 87 
McBride, Tommy 87 
McCartney, Joe 94 
McCaslin, Robert 87 
McClaren, Mike 87 
McClintock, Harry 76 
McCluggage, Jim 76 
McClure, Craig 51,87 
McClure, Larry 87 
McClure, William 87 
McColpin, Robert 87 
McCord, Pamela 87 
McCorkle, Thomas 76 
McCortor, Daryl 87 
McCoy, Linda 35, 57, 58, 59, 

87 
McCoy, Phil 87 
McCullough, James 87 
McCully, William 76 
McCune, Bruce 87 
McCurdy, Don 87 
McEachern, Gerald 95 
McElroy, David 87 
McEnulty, Douglas 95 
McGarvey, Edward 87 
McGregor, Ruth 40, 76 
McHugh, Thomas 87 
McKay, James B. , Jr. 6 
McKinney, Leonard J. 4,5 
McLaughlin, Robert 76 
McLean, Charles E., Jr. 38,76 
McMillin, Fredrick 95 
McNitt, Kenneth 87 
McNown, Linda 87 
Mealer, Elmo 87 
Mealer, Joan 77 
Mealer, Robert 87 
Meek, Donald 37,87 
Mehl, Jerry 87 
Meng, Gloria 38,40,43,87 
Menges, Robert 87 
Menolier, John 50, 88 
Mercer, Mary 35, 43, 44, 77 



IK) 



Index 



Merriam, John 41, 42, 50, 88 
Mettler, Marilynn V. 4, 2 5, 

33 
Meyer, Harvey Lynn 47, 50, 88 
Milanizadeh, Nader 77 
Miles, Michael 88 
Miller, A. Neil 38,88 
Miller, Earle F. , III 88 
Miller, James 77 
Miller, Janet 88 
Miller, Janye 33,38,88 
Miller, Wayne 51,88 
Mills, Linda 77 
Misejka, Randolph 88 
Mitchell, Craig 88 
Mitchell, Jimmy 88 
Mitchell, Robert 88 
Mitchell, Stephen 50, 88 
Mock, Daniel 77 
Mohagheghpour, Parviz 88 
Moody, Elmer 77 
Moore, Arthur 51,88 
Moore, Gary A. 48,49,88 
Moore, Garry F. 47,51,88 
Moore, Larry 47, 51, 88 
Moore, Steve 34, 37, 66, 67, 77 
Moreland, Dennis 51,88 
Morgan, Gary 77 
Morgan, Marjorie 96 
Morgan, Sandra 94 
Morriss, Steven 50, 77 
Mossman, Sandra 30, 32, 43, 

88 
Mount, Kenneth 88 
Moyer, Greg 88 
Moyer, Mary 32,88 
Muldrow, Jean 37, 43,88 
Murphy, Shari 40, 43, 88 

-N- 

Nace, Candy 88 
Nace, Laura '96 
Nakoa, Daniel 95 
Neaville, Dale E. 5,9 
Neelsen, Jolene 88 
Nelson, Laurence 88 
Nelson, Linda 38, 40, 43 
Nelson, Theodore 77 
Neudecker, Phillip 88 
Newman, Cecil 88 
NEWMAN CLUB 35 
Newman, Linda 88 
Nickel, Dwight 77 
Nickl, Terry 88 
Nixon, Lester W. 9,64,65 
Noeller, Judith 31, 32, 37, 38, 

88 
Norman, Larry 95 
Nugen, Leon 77 
Nugen, Ronald 88 
NURSLNG STUDENTS 

ASSOCIATION 33 
Nutley, Linda 77 

-O- 

O'Donnell, James 89 
O'Donnell, Michael 95 
Oglesbee, Kenton 89 
Oliver, Martha 77 
Ollenberger, David 30, 32, 51, 

89 
Olsen, Phillip 30, 34, 35, 42, 77 
Qropesa, Russel 89 
Orr, Raymond 30, 36, 37,42, 

62,63,66,67,72,77 
Overley, Gary 77 
Owen, Gary 51,89 
Owen, Keith 95 
Owen, Parry 51,89 

-P- 

Pack, James 89 
Pack, Linda 32,89 
Paige, Marqus 89 
Palmer, De Wayne 89 



Palmer, Roger 77 
Pardee, Robert M. , Jr. 77 
Pardue, William 77 
Parnell, Lyman 89 
Parrish, Karen 89 
Parry, Martha 10 
Parry, Robert 77 
Parsons, Barbara 10 
Parsons, James A. 89 
Parsons, James G. 89 
Parsons, William 39,89 
Patten, Darryl F. 9,34,36 
Patterson, Eldon Joe 89 
Patterson, Forrest 89 
Patton, Robert 37,41, 50,89 
Payne, Darryl 51,89 
Payne, David 89 
Payne, Douglas 89 
Payne, Everett LeRoy, Jr. 50, 

77 
Pearce, Nancy 33, 43, 77 
Peckham, Nancy 89 
Pelz, Richard 95 
Pendleton, David 47, 51, 77 
Pennick, .Rex 96 
Perisho, Allen 1 1 
Perks, Jeanne 35, 77 
Perks, Wendell 89 
Perrine, Dennis 89 
Perry, Dennis 89 
Perry, Judy 89 
Pete, Johnny 26,48,49,89 
Pettus, Wilfred L. 9, 32 
Rfister, John 96 
Phares, Linda 10,32,34,35, 

36,37,62,63,66,77 
Phelps, Gary 89 
Phillips, Kathleen 30, 33,37, 

42,43,89 
Phipps, John 89 
PHI RHO PI 34 
Pickens, Michael 47, 89 
Pickett, John 77 
PI DELTA THETA 37 
Pierce, Eddie 77 
Pierce, Sharon 89 
Pinkham, Jim 77 
Pitts, Darel 89 
Place, Pat 10 
Poague, Terry 89 
Pogozelski, Linda 9, 32 
Pond, Roger 89 
Poole, John 30,42,89 
Poole, Margaret (Peggy) 39, 

77 
Porter, Nancy 77 
Posey, Charles 89 
Posey, Clell 89, 96 
Post, Randall 32,89 
Postoak, Wayne 9, 49 
Potter, Sherri 89 
Potts, Patricia 40, 56, 58, 59, 

89 
Pousti, Mohammad 96 
Prentice, David 89 
Preuett, James 89 
Pugh, Gary 89 
Pursley, William 89,96 
Pykiet, Kenneth 89 
Pykiet, Vernon 89 

-Q- 

Quinlan, Mark 47,51,89 

-R- 

Ramsden, Walter 90 

Randall, Gerald 90 

Rappard, Glenn 38, 41, 51, 58, 

77 
Ratley, Ronald 90 
Ray, Richard 90 
Redmond, Jimmie 77 
Reed, Gary A. 77 
Reed, J. W. 6 
Reed, John W. , II 94 
Reed, Richard 90 



Reed, Robert 78 

Reed, Wayne 38,78 

Reedy, Wayne 90 

Reginato, Vontella 78 

Reichard, Donald 90 

Reid, James 96 

Reid, Mary Dell 31,33,37, 38, 

39,42,43,90 
Remsberg, Dale 9 
Renz, Robert 94 
REPUBLICANS, COLLEGIATE 

YOUNG 42 
Requena, Jim 90 
Ressler, Sharon 90 
Reynolds, Robert 96 
Reynolds, William 38, 90 
Rice, Claudia 90 
Rice, John 90 
Richards, Mary 78 
Richards, Bobbi 43 
Richardson, Hugh 9 
Richey, Douglas 90 
Richey, Gaynell 90 
Richter, Bertha 90 
Riddle, Barbara Jo 8 
Riff el, Gary 90 
Riggs, Archie 11 
Riggs, Carl 12 
Ritchie, Robert 90, 96 
Robb, Danny 90 
Roberts, Burr 1 1 
Roberts, Kenneth 90 
Roberts, Phillip 96 
Robertson, Karen 32,90 
Robinson, Darryl 94 
Robinson, Gary 96 
Robinson, John 90 
Robison, Barbara 40, 90 
Rollings, Carolyn 90 
Root, Rodney 47 
Roth, Jeannie 31,32,43,90 
Rountree, Robert 90 
Rowe, Marian 9, 33 
Roy, Elizabeth 90 
Roy, John 90 
Roy, Mary 35,78 
Rufenacht, Dale 96 
Runyon, Oleta 90 
Russell, Mike 78 
Ruth, Robert 90 
Ryan, Karen 96 



Saft, Carl 78 
Sager, Billy 78 
Salcedo, Gustav 96 
Sandberg, Chris 90 
Sandburg, Jerry 90 
Sandburg, Peggy 90 
Sanders, Gerald 78 
Sanderson, Faye 43, 78 
Sawyer, Charles 96 
Scharenberg, Dennis 90 
Schauf, Janet 30, 90 
Schauf, John 30, 90 
Schaul, Gary 90 
Schmidtberger, Ken 90 
Schnedler, David 90 
Schneider, Bruce 96 
Scholl, John D. , Jr. 90 
Schuler, Jean 12 
Schuler, Robert 48, 49, 91 
Schwartz, Cheryl 38, 40, 91 
Schwemmer, Ken 51, 78 
SCIENCE CLUB 32 
Scott, Kay 32,40,91 
Scribner, Judy 30, 33, 35, 78 
Seager, Ronald L. 9,32,42 
Seavey, Edwin 50, 91 
Seefeld, Clyde 91 
Seglem, Catherine 32, 91 
Segraves, Cleo 40, 91 
Seymour, Keith 96 
Seymour, R. L. 11 
Shafer, Michael 91 
Shaffer, Dale 91 
Shaffer, Dallas 91 



Sharp, David 78 

Sharp, Steven 91 

Shell, Danny 96 

Shelton, Robert N. , Jr. 32,91 

Shelton, Sondra 32, 78 

Shepherd, Paul Douglas 47, 78 

Shepherd, Ronald 50, 80, 91 

Shields, Linda 91 

Shipman, Deborah 43, 44, 91 

Short, Jo Helen 33,78 

Shubert, Spencer 78 

Sidener, Rochelle 91 

Siegenthaler, James S. , Jr. 91 

Siegrist, Ricky 91 

Simpson, Herman H. 9 

Skinner, Tamara 91 

Sluss, Teresa 30,56,58, 59, 91 

Smith, Bill D. 31,36,78 

Smith, Donald D. 78,91 

Smith, Greg 96 

Smith, James 91 

Smith, Leonard 94 

Smith, Marsha 91 

Smith, Robert 38,39, 91 

Smith, Ronald 91 

Smith, Terry D. 50,91 

Solano, Marvin 96 

Solis, Frederick 47, 50, 78 

Solomon, Tom 96 

Sommers, Bill 78 

Sowers, Ray 78 

Sparks, Barry 51,94 

Spencer, June 96 

Spencer, Ross 91 

Sphar, Shelby 78 

Sprecher, Ellen 78 

Sprecher, Joseph 78 

Staatz, Raymond 30, 91 

Staggs, Steven 91 

Stark, John 32,41,50,91 

Starr, Gerald 78 

Startz, Pamala33,78 

Startz, Penelope 30,33,78 

Steele, Jim 91 

Steele, Nathaniel 51, 91 

Stees, Karen 38,40,91 

Steiner, Susan 35, 43, 96 

Sterrett, Larry 35, 91 

Steven, Rod 91 

Steven, Thomas 91 

Stevens, Gary 91 

Stevenson, Roy 96 

Steward, Jerry 96 

Stewart, Charles F. , Jr. 91 

Stigers, Quentin 91 

Stigers, Valmer 91 

Still, Lynn 91 

Stokes, Ulysses, Jr. 48,49,91 

Stoskopf, David 38,91 

Stowers, Rickey 31, 35, 78 

Strange, Aron 96 

Strasser, Patricia 91 

Streets, Don 47, 51, 78 

Strelow, Delbert 91 

Stroup, Georgia 40, 91 

Strub, Darrell 78 

Stuart, Jimmy 50, 91 

STUDENT COUNCIL 30 

STUDENT KANSAS STATE 

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

33 
Stueven, Robert 92 
Stull, Beverly 43,78 
Suddock, Dwight, E. , Jr. 92 
Sullivan, Michael 78 
Summers, Grace 92 
Swafford, Lanetia 92 
Swagger, James 92 
Swilley, Suzanne 78,92 
Swilley, Vivian 30 
Swisher, Robert 96 

-T- 

Taft, Del 92 

Tallchief, Timothy 35, 92 
Taylor, Richard 47, 78 
Teeter, William 92 



111 



Index 



Theis, Phillip 9 
Thissen, Jerome 79 
Thomas, Vickie 43,92 
Thompson, Barbara 30, 92 
Thompson, Robert 37, 92, 96 
Thompson, William 96 
Thon, Kenneth 51,92 
Thornbrugh, Myrle 38,79 
Thornton, Linda 32, 43, 92 
Thornton, Marian 79 
Titel, Rebecca 92 
Titze, Barry 96 
Toburen, Don 9,42 
Toellner, Delmar 42, 79 
Torrance, Michael 92 
Totty, John 92 
Towne, Eugene 30,31,79 
Towns, Steven 92 
Travis, Sheryl 30, 40, 92 
Trippel, Gregory 92 
Trissal, James 96 
Trowbridge, Rodney 92 
Trowbridge, Ronald 92 
Truskett, John 32, 92 
Truskett, Vance 37,42,79 
Tucker, Robert E. , III 92 
Tunison, Chester 48, 49, 92 
Turner, George W. , Jr. 96 
Turner, Mary 38,40,96 
Turner, Winifred 40,43, 92 
Tyler, Patricia 35,79 

-U- 

UNITED CHRISTIAN 

FELLOWSHIP 35 
Ullom, Janice 79 



Underwood, Dennis 96 
Underwood, Donna 96 
Unkel, Randal 38,39, 41,51, 

92 
Urton, Jerry 31, 35, 79 

-V- 

Vachel, Ruth 92 
Van Sickle, John 92 
Vernon, Vaudine 30, 35, 39, 

72,79 

Vesey, Michael 96 
Vivas, Enrique 96 

-W- 

Waddill, James 37, 92 
Wagner, Herbert 96 
Wakefield, Darwin 79 
Wakefield, Joyce 40, 92 
Wakefield, Leonard 79 
Walbourn, Edwin J. , Jr. 4,5, 

6,83 
Walden, Charles 92 
Walker, Michael 96 
Wallace, Larry 72,79 
Wallace, Nancy 39, 96 
Wallace, Tom 79 
Walston, Bonnie 79 
Waltman, Margie 92 
Wammack, Frederick 50, 92 
Ward, Judy 30,32,33,79 
Ward, Mark 92 
Watkins, Leona 9, 30 
Watkins, Marilyn 92 



Watowa, Jerome 47, 79 

Way, Charles 92 

Weaver, Danny 96 

Webb, Fred 9 

Weber, Gary 79 

Weber, Melvin 47, 51, 79 

Weber, Scott 79 

Webert, Loyd J. , Jr. 92 

Weddle, Diane 94 

Wells, George 51, 79 

Wendt, Jerry 41,47, 92 

Wentling, Steven 92 

Wentworth, Michael 79 

Westmoreland, James 96 

Wheat, Bill 51, 92 

Wheeler, Rex 92 

Whipple, Gerald 11 

Whipple, Lila 12 

White, Charles R. 92 

White, Clinton Charles 22,37 

92 
Whitehead, Pamela 79 
Whitson, Anita 7 
Wichaidist, Metha 38,41 
Wiggins, Dwight 79 
Wiggins, Judy 40, 92 
Wilcox, Edna 92 
Wilcox, Paul 92 
Wilks, Gary 93 
Willets, William 96 
Willhite, Larry 32, 35, 93 
Willhite, Wayne 35, 93 
Williams, Charles Leonard 41, 

51,93 
Williams, Franklin 79 
Williams, Jerry 47, 50, 93 
Wilscam, Neil 93 



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Cheryl 37,40,93 
Jerry E. 38,93 
Linda 32,43,94 
Wilson, Faye 93 
Wilson, Ronald 4, 5 
Wischropp, Kathryn 93 
Wischropp, Theodore 9 
Wischropp, Wayne 50, 93 
Wolff, Dennis 93 
Wolford, Chloe 79 
Woodard, Michael 50, 93 
Wright, Allen 93 
Wright, Jeanene 32,43,93 
Wright, Ted 93 
Wright, Robert 79 
Wyckoff, Linda 93 
Wymer, Ronald 50, 93 

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Young, James 93 
Young, John 94 
Youssefieh, Ezatollah 93 



Zacharias, Ruth 93 
Zane, Allen 93 
Zang, James 37,51, 93 
Zlab, Michael 50, 93 
Zogleman, Michael 79 
Zook, James 93 
Zuercher, Dennis 11 



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