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The Grizzly 

1970 




Butler County Community 
Junior College 
El Dorado, Kansas 



Contents 



Features 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Activities 

Album 

Spring activities 

"Activity is the only road to knowledge." 

—George Bernard Shaw 



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Features 



Certain events that command special rec- 
ognition have occurred on campus dur- 
ing the year. At left, football homecoming 
queen, Becky Brown, is escorted by Jim 
Graham; below, the band presents its fall 
concert. On the opposite page, above, 
Dale Neaville, Rich Hill, Dick Souders, 
and Steve Callaway give outstanding per- 
formances in "The Deadly Game," at 
lower left is a scene from the Christmas 
production, "Amahl and the Night Visi- 
tors; "at lower right, students enjoy a 
dance at the winter prom. 




Music classes 
meet composers 



College music students this 
year have profited from the 
Kansas College Cooperative 
Composers' Project, sponsored 
by Kansas State Teachers Col- 
lege for three junior colleges 
and three four-year colleges. 
Mr. Jean Biggs serves as coordi- 
nator for the project, which 
makes available to the partici- 
pating schools contacts with 
musical artists who would not 
otherwise be available. Mr. 
Biggs, composer-in-residence 
at Emporia State, visits the 
campus bi-weekly to lecture, to 
demonstrate, and to conduct 
performing groups. Other art- 
ists visiting the campus during 
the year include Jean Berger, 
choral music; Kim Richmond, 
stage band; Francis McBeth, 
concert band; and Larry Aus- 
tin, experimental music. The 
John Biggs Consort also dem- 
onstrated the Renaissance mu- 
sic and instruments. 




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Stage band rehearses under leadership of composer Kim Richmond. 




Mr. Biggs shows recorders. 



Girls' chorus rehearses under direction of choral composer, Jean Berger. 





Collegiate Singers respond to professional direction of Mr. Berger. 



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Kim Richmond, Free lance 
composer. 



John Biggs plays viola de gamba in bi-weekly visitation 
lecture. 



Jean Berger, choral 
composer. 




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Mrs. John Biggs, of The Biggs Consort, dem- 
onstrates the portative organ. 




The Biggs Consort sings representative tunes. 




Consort members mingle with students to illustrate musical. 



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Music-drama 
students 
present 
Christmas opera 

The music and drama depart- 
ments combined efforts and tal- 
ents to stage the third annual 
presentation of the Christmas 
opera, "Amahl and the Night Visi- 
tors." Four audiences enthusiasti- 
cally received the production. 
Mrs. Edwin Clarkson and her son 
David played the roles of Amahl 
and his mother. Members of the 
chorus served as the shepherds, 
and music and drama students 
were cast in the role of the visi- 
tors. Drama students prepared 
the staging arrangements. Mr. 
J. Thomas Dixon directed the 
music groups, and Mr. Darryl Pat- 
ten supervised the staging and 
acting. 




Amahl pipes and dreams. 



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Shepherds visit the kings. 



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Amahl sets out with Kings to follow a star. 





Miracle of faith heals Amahl. 



Amahl and mother share 
wretched existence. 



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College theatre opens season 
with "The Deadly Game." 

The college theatre opened its 1969-1970 season with 
"The Deadly Game," a play of intense intrigue and 
suspense. The drama, written by Friedrick Durrenatt, 
debated and controversial writer of the late 1950's, was 
translated out of the German. It has proved popular 
with junior college theatres, having played often to the 
largest opening shows of recent seasons. 




Pierre guards door as the trial begins. 





ABOVE, Trapp accepts invitation to play the game; AT LEFT, Joseph anticipates the game. 



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Chateau setting houses "The Deadly Game." 




Nicole rejects Trapp's suggestion . 



Pierre prevents Trapp's escape. 





Plotters welcome Mrs. Trapp and wonder if she will play 
the game. 



Features 9 




Homecoming queen and attendants receive attention dur- 
ing homecoming parade. 



Barbara Hodler 







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Barbara Hodler, 1969 homecoming attend- 
ant, is a sophomore majoring in biology. 
She is preparing to attend Kansas State 
University next year. 

Carol Arrington, 1969 homecoming at- 
tendant, is a freshman majoring in the 
general secretary course. 



Carol Arrington 











Homecoming Queen Becky Brown 



Becky Brown, 1969 homecoming queen, is a 
sophomore majoring in physical education. She 
is secretary of the student council, a member of 
the young Democrats and of the Honey Bears. 



As a freshman she was 1968 homecoming at- 
tendant. Becky plans to further her education at 
either Pittsburg State or Kansas State. 





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Queen Becky Brown and )im Graham and attendants Barbara Hodler and John Corman and Carol Arrington and her escort ap- 
proach the crowning ceremony. 



Homecoming events 






The 1969 football homecoming 
game set the stage for an exciting 
evening for Becky Brown and her 
attendants. Following an afternoon 
parade in El Dorado, the queen and 
her attendants were presented at 
half-time ceremonies. The finishing 
touch was the homecoming dance 
after the game. 



)ohn Corman, Barbara Hodler, jim Graham, Queen Becky, Carol Arrington, and her escort prepare to watch second half of 
homecoming game. 








Afternoon parade attracts students. 



Refreshments prove popular. 




Parade cars reach 4-H Building. 



Dance with me! 



Music changes mood and tempo to provide a favorite dance for all. 












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Campus 
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Jim Graham, sophomore from 
Shawnee Mission, was a most suc- 
cessful member of the cross coun- 
try squad and a member of the 
track team. He served the past 
year as vice president of the stu- 
dent council. A major in physical 
education, he plans to attend 
Kansas State University. 




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Barbara Hodler, a sophomore 
from Beloit, is pursuing a major in 
biology. She has been a member 
of the Student Kansas State Teach- 
ers Association. She was named 
an attendant to the 1969 home- 
coming queen. She plans to trans- 
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Favorites 

exemplify 

ideal 

students 




Campus favorites are sophomores nominated by 
clubs and organizations and later selected by 
ballot of the entire student body. Selected to the 
honor this year were Barbara Hodler and Jim 
Graham. They represent junior college students 



participating in campus activities. Runners-up, 
LOWER LEFT, were Rod Dutt and Louisa Van der 
Wheele; and LOWER RIGHT, were Dick Price 
and Nancy Engles. 







Couples attending the Christmas Dance, participate in 
dancing. 



A couple leaves as the party ends 



A couple shows the Christmas spirit under the mistletoe. 



Favorites gain the spotlight. 







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Organizations 



Campus organizations and groups are a 
vital asset to the BCCJC campus. They 
provide skilled leadership and a chance 
for students to voice their opinions and 
enjoy participation. During the year the 
clubs and groups were involved in many 
projects both on and off campus. At left, 
Mr. Havel helps a student hang his art 
work; below, Mr. Anderson performs the 
dual role of directing the pep band and 
playing the bass drum. On the opposite 
page at the top, the cheerleaders show 
that "they've got spirit"; below left, Rich- 
ard Hill addresses the first annual journal- 
ism dinner; below right, the Newman 
Club, advised by Father Rowan, delivers a 
variety of foods to St. Joseph's Home for 
Thanksgiving. 




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Student Counci 




The student council, representing the 
student body, promotes the interests of 
the students and develops a closer rela- 
tionship between faculty and students. 
Jeff Artz and his officers were elected in 
the spring; class officers and class and 
club representatives, in the fall. 

During the year the student council spon- 
sored several events. The Red Cross blood 
drive received strong support; students 
gave a record amount of 251 pints of 
blood. Other activities included the foot- 
ball homecoming and dance, the Campus 
Favorites and the winter prom, and victo- 
ry dances. The council climaxed the year 
with the spring banquet and prom. 

The council revised the constitution, 
which was ratified and scheduled to go 
into effect during the 1970—1971 school 
year. 

Student Council: FRONT ROW: Shari Broadstock, Becky Brown, secretary; Jeff Artz, president; Jim Graham, vice president; 
Doug Johnson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Nancy Engels, Carol Gillette, Karan Hartman, Linda Dauber, Connie Shoemaker, Di- 
ane Wiens. THIRD ROW: Betty Welday, Pam Bullock, Barb Conrod, Linda Ross, Sheryl Grieving, Suzanne Wilson, La Donna Van 
Meter, Janie Tate. FOURTH ROW: Vicki Harvey, Doug Dennis, Dick Gimple, Leland Klaasen, Clyde McCracken, John Corman, 
Eldon Lawyer, Roger Frazier. FIFTH ROW: Robert Collier, Mark Monroe, Rodger Burton, Gil Wagner, Dick Price, Kathy Perkins. 



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AT TOP LEFT, four brave students prepare to give blood at the 
Red Cross blood drive. ABOVE, students enjoy the festivities 
of the winter prom. AT RIGHT, Student Council President Jeff 
Artz examines a trophy presented to the college for its record 
in the 1969 spring blood drive. BELOW LEFT, dancers "groove" 
to the music at the homecoming dance. BELOW RIGHT, two 
student council members dismantle the float used in the 
homecoming parade. 











Journalism students institute first annual "J" banquet. 



Journalism staffs 
meet deadlines 



Students editing the two junior college pub- 
lications struggle regularly to meet appoint- 
ed deadlines. Rusty Johnston, above left, 
deserves special recognition as free lance 
photographer for the yearbook, THE GRIZ- 
ZLY. Members of the news classes and of the 
yearbook class held the first annual banquet 
on Dec. 15, 1969. Bill Bidwell, advisor to THE 
LANTERN, presided; and Judge Charles E. 
Heilman addressed the group. 





Betty Welday, Janice Osborne, Barbara Poole, and Linda Linot 
identify student portraits. 





Miss Kuhlmann, yearbook advisor, presents yearbook 
staff at banquet. 



Barbara Poole, Linda Linot, and Joyce Johnson examine sample 
yearbook covers shown by Mr. Frank J. Wright. 



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Bill Bidwell, newspaper advisor, presides at "J" banquet. 





Bob Tate doubles as sports edi- 
tor and photographer for THE 
LANTERN. 



Debby Poole, Richard Hill, editor, Mr. Bidwell, and Tom Benigas "stuff" the first eight 
page issue of THE LANTERN. 




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Introductory journalism class prepares news copy. 




Mr. Charles E. Heilman addresses banquet guests. 



Organizations 23 



Nurses 
practice 

skills 

Students enrolled in the nursing 
program participate in activities 
on and off campus. Techniques 
are used in area hospitals and 
classroom demonstrations. Upon 
completion of the course, nurses 
are qualified to become regis- 
tered nurses under the Kansas 
State Nursing Association. 

Mrs. Riddle instructs Judy 
Patterson in "needlework". 




Kermit Pope is the center of attention during an explanation. 








Nurses pictured are Idessa Riley, Wm. Van Reynolds, Judy Patterson, Kermit Pope, Ge- 
niece Lavenant, Geneva Newcom, Judy Booker, Mrs. Mettler, Miss Whitson, Mrs. Riddle, 
Ethne Barnes, Jeanette Putney, Dana Donovan, Alma Partridge, and Mrs. Davis. 



Geneva Newcom finds nursing enjoyable. 



A patient receives special attention from 
Dana Donvan. 





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Business Club 
inspects 
equipment 



Future members of the busi- 
ness world seek to acquaint 
themselves with modern 
equipment during Business 
Club tours. The Business Club 
has visited Wesley Hospital and 
a missile base near the college. 




A few members examine the catoray tube in the data processing department at Wes- 
ley Hospital. 








The control center fascinates club members. In the picture BE- 
LOW, students meet for organization . 




Students don helmets before entering the missile base. 





Second Floor Residents: FRONT ROW: Linda Oldham, Barbara Hodler, Sandy Sarkett, Judy Aitken, Judy Smith. SECOND ROW: 
Melanie Hulse, Becky Pierce, Marcia Talbot, Sally Cocking, De Etta Schon, Brenda Fox, Janet Arnold, Deby Mercer, Jan Herrick. 
THIRD ROW: Karan Hartman, Donna Carlson, Janie Center, Sandy Jansen, Nancy Engels. BACK ROW: Sheryl Grieving, Marge 
Klassen, Jeannette Putney, Debby Henline, Marty Seimers, Sue Thompson, Linda Ross, Sandra Klaassen, Christi Gratton, Kristina 
Wadsworth, Carol Gillette. 

Living in the dormitory presents a great chal- 
lenge to each of its 112 residents. It is a com- 
munity which interacts to help its residents 
obtain the full benefits of college. The close 
location allows students to be more active in 



Dormitory life supplements 
academic learning 



First Floor Residents: FRONT ROW: Candi Everson, Paula Beavers, Cheryl Freeman, Joy Huffman, Martha Brainard. SECOND 
ROW: Sandra Peck, Nancy Olsen, Mauntia Deines, Susan Hamilton, Marcia Spires, Peg Triboulet, Nancy Studebaker. THIRD 
ROW: Marilyn Daniels, Carol Arrington, Janet Lemon, De Ann Triboulet, Diann Wiens, Susie Paph, Kay Little. BACK ROW: Val- 
erie Freeman, Martha Schweitzer, Linda Tredway, Carol Book, Linda Linot, Diana Herschberger. 




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Second Floor Residents: FRONT ROW: Brian Mooberry, Kelly Kiser, Galen Mc Arthur, Robert Holland. SECOND ROW: Steve 
Starr, John Elliot, Dan Black, Rick Meyer, Fred Wells. THIRD ROW: Bill Robertson, Alan Sleder, Joe Ballard, Frank Gerberding, 
Mark Richardson, Mike Reed. BACK ROW: Ron Jarred, Dan Lafferty, John Puriton, Bill Dinkle, Cecil Beverly. 



school functions and to promote school spirit. 
One of the most valuable assets in college life is 
gained by living in the dorm, where students 
learn to adjust to live with other people twen- 
ty-four hours a day. This is one lesson text 



books cannot provide. College is more than 
academic learning, and the dorm helps fill the 
gap of education. 



First Floor Residents: FRONT ROW: Rusty Spindel, Rod Dutt, Bob Tate, Gerald Wiens. SECOND ROW: Randy Hallgren, Al Red- 
burn, Murray Cox, Doug Dennis. THIRD ROW: Floyd Winter, Frank Reed, John Jackson, Craig Stephens, Richard Molzen. BACK 
ROW: Pete Bonnel, Tom Coyne, Ed Briggs. 




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Student SKSTA 



During the first semester, the primary activi- 
ty of the Student Kansas State Teachers Asso- 
ciation was giving a Christmas party at 
Grandview Elementary School in coopera- 
tion with the Collegiate 4-H Club. 





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Kathy Bird helps children turn in last minute orders to Santa 
(Steve Smith). 




Refreshments are a vital part of a Christmas party. 



Members meet to organize for future projects. 



SKSTA — FRONT ROW: Mike Boydston, Barbara Hodler, Kathy Moore, Kathy Bird, Sharon Goodman, Melinda Algrim, Diana 
Swift, Mrs. Choens, Rick Fawcett. 




Collegiate 4-H 



At the present time, BCCJC boasts 
the only JUCO Collegiate 4-H club 
in Kansas. The club has been very 
active with community service 
projects; among those projects 
were selling student directories, 
helping with a Christmas party, 
judging 4-H projects, directing 
leadership training, and cleaning 
the Red Cross Building. 




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Selling student directories was one of the 
club's service projects. 




Collegiate 4-H — FRONT ROW: Mike Boydston, Janie Tate, Linda Haskel 
Connie Mench, Diana Swift, Marcia Spires, Diann Wiens. BACK ROW: Mr. 
Wischropp, Steve Smith, Linda Linot, Nancy Studebaker, Terry Hutter. 




Members gather during activity period to discuss club business. 



Connie Mench and Linda Haskell conduct 
leadership training. 






Members helping with leadership training listen as Mr. Davis, Sumner County 
Extension Agent, explains individual duties. 



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Engineers 
Club 

The Future Engineers 
Club introduces new 
fields of engineering to its 
members. Several visiting 
professors have lectured 
to the club on education- 
al programs of their 
schools. Among these 
speakers were Kenneth 
Gowdv and Dr. Curtis 
Chezen both of K.S.U., 
and Dr. David McFarland 
of VV.S.U. Films were also 
shown from K.U. In the 
top picture Dr. Preston of 
K.U. is demonstrating the 
uses of the laser beam. 
Members of the club pic- 
tured on this page are 
Keith Pharr, Dick Gimple, 
Mike Crawford, Luis Solo- 
rio, Dennis Post, Robbie 
Collier, Bill Martindale, 
Cyrus Rahbari, John Cor- 
man, Roger Burton, Mike 
Hall, Steve Laughlin, and 
John Burns. Also pictured 
are the sponsors, Mr. 
Gregory and Mr. Lacey. 

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Flying Club 



The Flying Club is a new organization on 
campus this year. Sponsoring the organi- 
zation are Mr. Swift and Mr. Erikson. Sev- 
eral members of the club have done solo 
flying. In the top photo the officers are 
Doug Lamb, president; Lester Sherlock, 
vice-president; Sharon Goodman, secre- 
tary; and Juanita Knudsen, treasurer. 
Other members of the club pictured on 
this page are Jerry Browning, Charles 
Hamm, Larry Markley, John Burns, and 
Steve Smith. 






Collegiate Republicans; FRONT ROW: Dick Price, Sheri Broadstock, Connie Shoemaker, Vickie Harvey, LaDonna VanMeter. 
SECOND ROW: Barbara Glennie, Charlene Wright, Glenda Lucas, Jodi McGredy. THIRD ROW: Tom Zimmerman, Mike Vogt, 
Lee Klaassen, Mr. Butler, Mr. Ogg. 



Collegiate Political Groups 



The Collegiate Political Groups on the campus 
have maintained regular and organized meet- 
ings throughout this year even though it was not 
a general election year. Both groups have had 
guest speakers at their meetings and have creat- 



ed a continuing interest in national and political 
matters. A greater number of students have par- 
ticipated this year than is usual in a non-election 
year. 



Collegiate Democrats; FRONT ROW: Kevin Craves, Debbie Fisher, Barbara Hodler, Karan Hartman, Debbie Henline, Carol Gil- 
lette, Murray Cox. SECOND ROW: Mike Hogue, Jan Mountz, Sandy Klassen, Kathy Perkins, Larry Booth, Debby Mercer, Caro- 
lyn Marcum. THIRD ROW: Maynard Kerns, Martha Brainard, Linda Oldham, Becky Brown, John Yarbrough, Debbie Dennett. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Seager, Doug Johnson, Mike Boydston. STANDING: Jeff Artz, President. 





Veterans' Club, CLOCKWISE: Lester Sherlock, Paul Haines, Fred Wells, Dick Souders, Richard Kimmerly, Mike Harreld, Roy 
MacChesney, Michael Hague, Jan Meeker, Earl Knott. 



Veterans' Club 



Circle K 



Men who have served in a branch of the armed 
forces comprise the membership of the Veter- 
ans' Club. During the annual blood drive, the 
Vets gave away a transistor radio in a drawing 
during a pep assembly. Alan Watkins was the 
lucky winner of the radio. The Veterans spon- 
sored the first annual car rally held during the 
first of the year. 



Circle K consists of men on campus who are 
sponsored by the El Dorado Kiwanis Club. Much 
of their time is spent with various service pro- 
jects to the community. Dick Price takes head as 
President of Circle K this year. 



Circle K, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eldon Lawyer, Tom Zimmerman, Dick Price, Kevin Graves. SECOND ROW: Tom Mcintosh, Rixey Wer- 
tenberger, John Burns, Bill Sutter, Larry Ewart, John Yarbrough, Mike Boydston, Gil Wagner, Mr. Riggs. 





Juco Voices — Kevin Graves, Diana Swift, Maurita Deines, Jane Biggs, Cheryl Little, Lutrecia Fewin, Renee Carroll, Mr. Darryl 
Patten. 



Juco Voices 



The Juco Voices, selected by audition, 
is a group of students that perform 
poetic and prose choral readings. They 
spent a weekend in October as the 
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Graves 
of Anthony, Kansas, for a two-day re- 
hearsal retreat. There, they spent time 
preparing their repertoire for the com- 
ing year. The Voices have performed at 
various civic clubs and churches in El 
Dorado and Eureka. Between semes- 
ters, they went to South Dakota. From 
January 24 through February 1, they 
performed for civic clubs and church- 
es, and conducted choral reading 
workshops in several South Dakota 
high schools. 




Juco Voices relax before continuing their South Dakota journey. 



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Newman Club Officers are FRONT ROW: Nancy Engles, Paul Fehrenbach, Lin- 
da Ross, Mike Boydston. BACK ROW: Virginia Snead, Larry Pritchard, Father 
Rowan, Mr. Theis. 




Members meet to organize. 



Newman Club 
Creates 

Fellowships 



The Newman Club, a religious 
organization, provides social and 
religious activities for Catholic 
youth on campus. The club has 
sponsored a hayrack ride, a 
Christmas assembly, and a food 
drive for gifts to the Little Sisters 
of the Poor. 



PICTURED BELOW: Paula Beavers, Phil Church, Edna Fehrenbach, Judy Smith, Linda Ross, Marilyn Daniels, Paul Fehrenbach, 
Virginia Snead, Cheryl Grieving, Mike Boydston, Larry Pritchard, Kathy Lynch, Susan Rory, Father Rowan. 




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variety to sports events. 



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Drill team members welcome football team. 



By attending pep assemblies, drill team 
members show school spirit. 



Drill Team — FRONT ROW: Kathy Wilson, Barbara Poole, Cheryl Woods, Linda Dauber, Sally Cocking, Marilyn Daniels, Sheryl 
Grieving, Janine Brooks, Susan Lee, Nancy Carlisle. SECOND ROW: Vicky Richards, June Minshall, Camy King, Sandie Janzen, 
Linda Ross, Judy Aitken, Brenda Fox, Roxanne Day. THIRD ROW: Beckie Brown, Rhonda Underwood, Jacque Stiles, Carol Ar- 
rington. TOP ROW: Carol Gillette, Cindy Ellings. 




Cheerleaders motivate 
student spirit 

Enthusiasm and ability! These words describe 
the basis on which the cheerleaders are cho- 
sen. They represent the entire student body in 
athletic events and project the school as a 
whole to the people whom they meet. It is also 
their duty to build and maintain school spirit at 
the highest possible level. The six co-eds who 
were chosen this year are: Debbie Henline, 
Sandra Klaassen, Martha Brainard, Vicki Banis- 
ter, Louisa Van der Weele, and Karan Hartman. 
Karan was elected head cheerleader (lower 
right). 




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Athletics 



The athletic department at Butler County 
Community Junior College provides a 
competitive program of inter-collegiate 
sports. At left, Charles Washington goes 
high for one of his sensational catches; 
below, a crowd of five thousand watches 
the Grizzlies play on VVSU's new turf. At 
right above, the pack starts in six inches of 
snow at the national junior college meet 
held in Pennsylvania. At lower left, cheer- 
leader Sandra Klaassen presents Keith 
Pharr with first place award for local cross 
country meet; at lower right, eager Mike 
Harris goes up over the heads of his op- 
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FRONT ROW: Coach Merle "Bones" Nay, David Geese, 
Dave Tarman, Butch Cross, Mike Sexton, Tony Anderson. 
SECOND ROW: Lloyd Tiffany, Joe Storey, Tom Musgrave, 
Larry Lewis, Bob Chambers. THIRD ROW: Don Pete, Rick 
Heise, Jeff Howard, Mike Sims, Dan Shipman. FOURTH 



ROW: John Wilkerson, Dan Hickman, Harold Hughey, Ed 
Briggs, Charles Washington. FIFTH ROW: Frank Gerberding, 
Glen Demick, Steve Pharr, Doug Donley, Coach Gene 
Arnold. 



1969 Grizzly winnings break 
thirteen-year record 



The 1969 football season brought to BCCJC the first 
real evidence of becoming a football power in the Kan- 
sas Jayhawk Conference. With a record of four wins 
and six losses, Coach Nay appraised the season in two 
ways. First, with 28 returning players, four wins, and 
three games which could have gone either way, our 
football program is at a new height and looking for- 
ward to the future. Second, our staff and players felt we 
should have been at least 6-4 for the season and were 
disappointed that a winning season was not obtained. 

Shown BELOW is the 1969 Grizzly coaching staff, 
FRONT ROW: Dale Remsberg, Everett Kohls, Merle 
"Bones" Nay, Gene Arnold. SECOND ROW: John 
Jackson, George Williamson, Doug Donley. At Right, 
"Bones" views from the sidelines. 







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FIRST ROW: Bob Shipman, Rod Dutt, Kelly Kiser, Rusty 
Spindel, Lyle Brandon, President Ed Walborn. SECOND 
ROW: Bill Robertson, Bill Dinkel, Terry Jukes, Carl Womack, 
Sonny Cowan. THIRD ROW: Henry Schirmer, Cecil Beverly, 



Cary Clark, Jim Carmichael, Alan Sleder. FOURTH ROW: 
Sam Phillips, Rick Stewart, Tom Coyne, Roger Bernhardt, 
Dick Graves. FIFTH ROW: Dale Remsberg, Ev Kohls, George 
Williams, John Jackson, Larry Rader. 



1969 Schedule 



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Fort Scott 


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16 


WSU Freshmen 


6 


19 


Coffeyville 


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14 


Cowley County 


20 


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Highland 


6 


16 


Independance 


20 


35 


Garden City 


28 


6 


Hutchinson 


3 


35 


Pratt 


20 


28 




ABOVE, with Coach Nay, are the 1969 Grizzly co-captains, Bob 
Shipman (36) and Tony Anderson (22). 




AT LEFT, the Bears come onto the field for 
their pre-game warm up. 



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Grizzlies on the Go 



ABOVE LEFT, Butch Cross runs hard for long yardage. AT 
RIGHT, ABOVE, Tony Anderson scores on a punt return. 
BELOW LEFT, Jim Carmichael (66) and Carl Womack (42) 



crack a WSU freshman runner for minus yards. BELOW 
RIGHT, Charlie Washington (80) steals the ball from Fort 
Scott defenders. 











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Coach Nay and his staff have high regards for the above ten 
sophomore athletes who have played two seasons for the 
Grizzlies. Pictured above, from left to right are Kelly Kiser, 



Mike Sexton, Rod Dutt, Butch Cross, Rusty Spindel, Dave 
Tarman, Dave Geese, Lyle Brandon, Tony Anderson, Bob 
Shipman. 



Coach Nay describes the 1969 team as dedicated 
to a purpose, willing to overcome adversity, and 
real competitors who have done a great deal in 
helping to build our football program. AT RIGHT, 
student coach, George Williams, communicates 
with the pressbox. BELOW LEFT, Rod Dutt (19) 
and Carl Womack (42) combine to down oppo- 
nents. BELOW RIGHT, Coach Nay and Mike Sex- 
ton comfer with the pressbox. 










Butler County athletes 
win individual honors 

Football "back" makes 
conference first team 



Tony Anderson, left, was named to the first team offense 
for the 1969 football season in the Jayhawk Conference. 
Receiving honorable mention on the offense were Dick 
Graves (85), tackle; Mike Sexton (14), quarter back; and 
Charles Washington (80), split end. Given honorable 
mention on the defense were Lyle Brandon (72), tackle; 
Don Pete (50), linebacker; and Bob Shipman (36), end. 



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Cross country runners 
make Ail-American 



John Corman, left, and Jim Graham 
receive from Coach Isom All-American 
certificates of award as well as medals 
for places won in the National Junior 
College Cross Country meet held at 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in November, 
1969. Corman placed sixth and Graham 
rated fourteenth among approximately 
200 competitors who ran in the meet 
on a course covered with four to six 
inches of snow. 



Basketball player named 

All-Conference Guard 



Eldon Lawyer, sophomore guard from Cassoday, 
was named all-conference guard in the western 
division at the close of basketball season. In addi- 
tion to this honor, Eldon laid claim to other rec- 
ords within the conference and the division. He 
placed fourth in the conference in free throwing, 
scoring 91 in 116 attempts for 83 per cent in 25 
games. He ranked fifth in 14 conference games 
with field goals, hitting 44 of 54 shots for 82 per 
cent. Scoring a total of 214 points in division play 
and compiling an average of 15.3 points per 
game, Eldon ranked tenth best in that category. 




Basketball 



The basketball team, with Eldon Lawyer 
as the only returning letterman, closed 
the season with an overall record of 12 
wins and 12 losses. In conference play 
the record was 6 wins and 8 losses with 
a total of 993 points scored against the 
opponents' 1047. 





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Mike Harris and Mike Eller screen for goal attempt. 



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Basketball Squad: Steve Laughlin, Paul Graham, Fred Johnson, Eldon Lawyer, Larry Ewart, Mike Pontious, Lloyd Tiffany, Ray 
Johnson, Dave Callaway, Mike Eller, Mike Harris, Rixey Wertenberger, John Duncanson; kneeling: John Burns, head trainer; 
Wayne Postoak, coach; Felix Adams, assistant coach; Steve Domann, manager. 




Coaches plan practice session. 



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South Plains, Texas 


69 


105 


There 




Nov. 21 


Weatherford, Texas 


\\7 


90 


There 




Nov. 22 


Shreiner, Texas 


71 


65 


There 




Nov. 25 


Allen County 


96 


66 


Here 




Dec. 1 


Independence 


78 


85 


Here 




Dec. 2 


W.S.U.Frosh 


72 


71 


There 




Dec. 8 


Coffeyville 


79 


99 


There 




Dec. 13 


Chanute 


84 


67 


Home 




Dec. 18 


Garden City 


84 


76 


Home 




Jan. 9 


Hutchinson 


56 


82 


There 




Jan. 14 


VV.S.U. Frosh 


71 


68 


Home 




Jan. 16 


Seward County 


54 


52 


There 




Jan. 20 


Cowley County 


71 


68 


Home 




Jan. 23 


Barton County 


78 


:\ 


There 




Jan. 27 


Pratt 


57 


87 


Home 




Jan. 30 


Seward County 


80 


68 


Home 




Jan. 31 


Dodge City 


11 


74* 


There 




Feb. 3 


Cowley County 


75 


77 


There 




Feb. 5 


Garden City 


60 


7\ 


There 




Feb. 9 


Pratt 


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There 




Feb. 13 


Hutchinson 


73 


78 


Home 




Feb. 16 


Dodge City 


66 


88 


Home 




Feb. 19 


St. John's 


76 


65 


There 




Feb. 24 


Allen County 


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Feb. 28 


Barton County 


85 


71 


Home 




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Basketball 






John Duncanson gets easy 
tip-in. 



Mike Pontious drives the base line. 



Ray Johnson shoots on a fast 
break. 




Pontious and Fred Johnson set up offensive play. 



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Duncanson and Callaway battle for rebound. 



Dave Callaway stretches for a goal . 





Eldon Lawyer breaks away to score. 



Paul Graham drives for a basket. 



Activities 49 






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Cross Country team 
has victorious season 



The 1969 Grizzly cross country team closed the 
season with seven meet championships, in- 
cluding the meet of Region 6 in the National 
Junior College Athletic Association. The team 
placed sixth in the Kansas State Federation 
meet, competing against major universities and 
colleges, and also placed sixth in the NJCAA 
meet held at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, early in 
November. At the national meet John Corman 
placed sixth and Jim Graham placed fourteenth 
to win Ail-American honors. 




Corman drives for sixth place in nationals. 








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Keith Pharr wins first in the BCCJC meet. 



Grizzlies group well to win home meet. 



Contestants eat steak on eve of departure for the National meet. 




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Jim Graham makes move for an All-American 
position in the upper left photo. Jim Knott, at 
left, records 38th at the national meet. Jim Gra- 
ham and John Corman, above, placed sixth and 
fourteenth respectively to become Butler County 
Community Junior College's All Americans. 



CROSS COUNTRY squad: BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Bill Devlin, Paul Day, Jim Graham, co-captain; John Corman, co-cap- 
tain; Clardy Vinson, Tom Masters, Bob Devlin and Coach Ollie Isom. FRONT ROW: Dave Flowers, Jim Darrow, Cary Deiter, 
Keith Pharr, captain; Tom Barr, John Elliot, and Jim Knott. 





Activities 



Approximately 1470 students, a record 
number, enrolled in day classes this year. 
New classes and activities kept students 
busy throughout the year. At left, two 
students enjoy protection at the rainy 
homecoming bonfire; below, Randy 
Whitton discovers a parking ticket on his 
car. At right above, students attend a pep 
rally; below left, the Red Cross Bloodmo- 
bile makes its fall visit to the campus; at 
right the library magazine section seems 
to be a popular place. 



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powderpuff footba 



On the night of Wednesday, November 19, the 
sophomore girls defeated the freshman girls 8-0 
in the first powder puff football game. The soph- 
omore coaches were Rod Dutt, Rusty Spindel, 
and Lyle Brandon. The freshmen were led by 
Harold Hughey, Rick Heise, and Henry Schirm- 
er. Sophomore cheerleaders were Kelly Kiser, 
Jim Graham, and John Corman. Freshman boost- 



ers were Tom Musgrave, John Yarborough, and 
Craig Stephens. 

Photos on this page include, upper left; sopho- 
mores devise how to combat freshmen; upper 
right, sophomore cheerleaders; lower left, 
freshman cheerleaders; lower right, freshmen 
devise a counter attack against sophomores. 




54 Activities 









Juco Mixed Leaguers contemplate strikes. 



Intramural sports involve many. 



College provides for various extracurricular activities, includ- 
ing intramural favorites. Many students find their satisfaction in 
the sports of bowling, volleyball and basketball during the late 
afternoon and early evening hours. Men participate in basket- 
ball intramurals. Both men and women take part in bowling 
and volleyball. 





Volleyball players hold tournament. 



Forward reaches for another goal. 



Activities 55 



Dormitory life provides 

home away from home 




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Silence is seldom experienced. 



Ron Jarred studies in lobby, ready to help 
visitors. 



Residents join to decorate for Christmas. 




56 Activities 




Home was never like this. 




Study is a necessity easily overlooked. 





Residents gather to socialize. 




Poohbear casts expectant eyes on Mrs. Duncan. 



Dorm girls discuss Christmas decoration possibilities. 



Activities 57 




Students crowd 
many areas 

During the year groups of people become 
involved in numerous activities. These events 
attract the attention of campus personalities 
and add fun, fellowship, and excitement to 
the academic atmosphere of the college. 




Fall semester enrollment line moves forward. 




New and returning students find a common interest in music at the September "hop' 



58 Activities 




Students stand to welcome homecoming queen. 




Publication photos interrupt enrollment line. 



Curious onlookers view Free Press confrontation. 



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Many people participate in blood drive. 



Student union becomes center of attention. 



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Student participation 
builds school spirit 





Football games bring out school spirit. 



Get-acquainted dance provides opportunity for making new 
friends. 










Grizzly and friends add variety to the Homecoming Parade. 



60 Activities 




Cheerleaders toss Pirate effigy to its doom. 




Pool offers diversion for spare time. 





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Students relax before parade. 



Sunshine and green grass make art a little nicer. 



Activities 61 



BCCJC Diners' 
Club 



Dining seems to be one of the main 
activities of the school year. Students 
rush from morning classes to the 
snack bar and cafeteria each day for 
a break before afternoon classes 
begin. Throughout the year several 
school organizations include din- 
ners in their outside activities. 




Judge Heilmann speaks at Journalism dinner. 




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Students seek nourishment after giving blood. 




Booster club honors cross country team 



62 Activities 




Business faculty hosts 
McConnell guides 
during delay. 



Sumner County 
treats 4-Hr's. 



Lunchtime also in- 
cludes studies. 



Activities 63 













Dramatics students journeyed to Minnesota. 



Six members of the cross country team warm up before competing in the 
national finals which were held in Pennsylvania. 



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Distant places 
beckon 

students 



Travel is playing an increasingly im- 
portant function in education. Stu- 
dents now journey beyond the pages 
of textbooks to participate in numer- 
ous profitable activities. Drama stu- 
dents visited the Tyrone Guthrie The- 
atre and the Minnesota Dance Thea- 
tre located in Minneapolis, Minneso- 
ta. The cross country team flew to 
Pennsylvania to participate in the na- 
tional finals. Education by travel, 
however, is not limited by miles. The 
working knowledge of business club 
members was enriched by visits to 
both a hospital and a missile base. 
Class sponsored art trips to KSTC en- 
abled students to gain knowledge and 
evaluate their progress. Sometimes 
these trips have double value. 4-H 
members who traveled to Wellington 
to aid future leaders found them- 
selves gaining practical experience. 
Faculty members disperse knowledge 
to future college students in career 
day activities. 




Business club members study missile base 
equipment. 



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The "school bus" takes students on adventures that expand educational offerings. 




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Mr. Neaville and Mr. John Anderson participate in Career Day activi- 
ties at Yates Center. 



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A tour of hospital facilities allows students to become better ac- 
quainted with the business world. 




A trip to Emporia allows art students to study the 
KSTC art program. 

4-H members conduct leadership training at 
Wellington. 






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Cheerleaders demonstrate pep at assembly. 



"Bones" Nay introduces the football squad. 



President 

orientation 



Wal bou rn speaks at 



Assemblies 
Create Interest 



Enthusiasm and interest are 
shown by fellow students at as- 
semblies. Orientations, sports, 
music, or guest speakers may pro- 
vide the purpose for the gather- 
ing. Interest in cultivated for 
BCCJC students by assembly ac- 
tivities of various degrees. 




A pep rally interests many. 






The radio, given by the Veterans' Club, 
is drawn for by Karen Hartman. 




Rod Dutt presents his choices for running mates at a campaign 
assembly. 

President Jeff Artz presents homecoming candidates for 1969. 



Sophomores show vigor at powder puff assembly. 



Kim Richmond, guest performer, leads the band for the visiting high school 
students of surrounding Butler County. 




John Morris introduces Mike Beckwith 
of W.S.U., who spoke to a number of 
students on black attitudes and actions. 





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Varied interests 

command attention 



Typical of any term, this school year has 
involved people in a great variety of 
activities. Included here is only a small 
representation of otherwise unclassi- 
fied events. Of noteworthy mention is 
the opportunity that music students 
have of studying on the new organ pre- 
sented to the college late last year by 
the Robert G. Morrison family. Janice 
Osborne, below right, was one of the 
first students to study at the console. 





Mr. Victor Salem, second semester speech instructor, studies map to 
plan first debate trip. 




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4-H Club members conduct story hour 



Stage try-outs initiate spring theatre production of "Those Arabian 
Nights." 




Janice Osborne practices organ lesson. 

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Programed learning center pro- 
vides many profitable services. 




Students crash line in pre-enrol 
ment procedure. 




Final enrollees make personal data 
changes. 

Activities 69 




Album 



College is an interesting experience for 
students and instructors alike. Many 
events make up a year at college. At left, 
Johanna Van der Weele transforms Dale 
Neaville into a misshapen character for 
"The Deadly Game;" below, Mr. Arnold 
instructs a student. On the opposite page 
above, freshmen stand in seeming endless 
lines on enrollment day; below left, stu- 
dents find a place in the sun to relax and 
talk; below right, students and teachers 
wait for temperature readings in blood 
drive. 



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President 











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President Walbourn, in the perform- 
ance of his administrative duties, has 
traveled to far places during the past 
year to attend meetings of special 
significance. As a result, additional 
offerings have been made possible 
at Butler County Community Junior 
College. In July, accompanied by 
Dean Cummins, he spent ten days in 
Europe investigating and examining 
the quality, content, and method of 
presentation of a foreign study pro- 
gram. He attended in Washington, 
D.C., the Federal Affairs Workshop 
that dealt with federal grants made 
to junior colleges. In another trip to 
Washington he participated in a 
seminar, sponsored by the Practicing 
Law Institute, where rights and 
problems of students were analyzed. 
Mr. Walbourn went to Honolulu in 
March to attend the annual conven- 
tion of the American Association of 
Junior Colleges. And in April he was 
in Chicago for one of several trips to 
that city to attend meetings of the 
North Central Association of Col- 
leges and Universities. There he 
made his final appearance before 
the Association in fulfilling the re- 
quirements for the school's accredi- 
tation in the Association. 





Administrators 




Personnel assigned to the administrative positions at Butler Coun- 
ty Community Junior College have the responsibilities of corelat- 
ing and scheduling the programs, making provisions for accepted 
curricula changes, and supervising the administrative tasks of the 
institution. 

Mrs. Mettler, director of nursing, schedules working assignments 
with the cooperating hospitals in the nursing program. Mr. Mc- 
Kinney, registrar and director of admissions, is responsible for the 
receiving and dispensing of all student records. Mr. Wilson, dean 
of industrial education and adult education, provides for the su- 
pervision specially related to these areas. Mr. Cummins, academic 
dean, with Mr. Wilson, arranges all class schedules and works 
with instructors and students in many areas of educational 
involvement. 



Marilynn Mettler 



Leonard J. McKinney 



Ronald D. Wilson 



William C. Cummins 






Album 73 



Instructional Staff 



The administrative and instructional staff 
for Butler County Community Junior Col- 
lege represents a wide variety of training 
and experience. Students profit from this 
talent through person-to-person contacts 
in classes, activities, clubs, and the advi- 
sor-advisee program. 



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Faculty crowd Kassebaum patio at board reception. 





VICTOR BLAND 

Guidance counselor 
LEWIS BLOCKCOLSKI 

English 
GARY L. BOATRIGHT 

Drafting technology 



BARBARA k. BOLAND 
Psychology, Counselor 

PATRICIA BRANDNER 
Mathematics 

LOREN). BRINKMEYER 

Data processing technology 



MICHAEL BUTLER 

Economics 
ROBERT H.CHISM 

Art 
JOYCHOENS 

Programmed learning 



FELIX E. ADAMS, JR. 

English 
JOHN R.ANDERSON 

Automotive technology 
ROBERT ANDERSON 

Music 



BURLT. ARBOGAST 

Electronics — Electricity technology 
GENEARNOLD 

Industrial arts, Physical education 
WILLIAMG. BIDWELL 

Journalism, English 




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MARY DAVIS 

Nursing 
J. THOMAS DIXON 

Music 
MARTHA DOTY 

English 
ROLAND ENSZ 

Social science 



DARRELERIKSON 

Business 
CHARLES FULLER 

Biological science 
ARDEN GOOD 

Auto body technology 
RICHARD GREGORY 

Mathematics, Physical science 



MICHAEL E. HADLEY 

Speech, Debate 
LYNN B. HAVEL 

Art 
CLYDE J. HIEBERT 

Mathematics, Physical science 
OLIVER ISOM 

Social science 



JOSEPH E.JOHNSTON 

Air conditioning technology 
EVERETT KOHLS 

Social science 
GAYLEKRAUSE 

Mathematics 




Coffee hour initiates school year. 




Instructional 
Staff 




Mr. Lay, Mr. Mangels, and Mr. Martens wait to assist enrolling students. 




HERBERT J. KRELLER 

Social science 
BLENDAKUHLMANN 

English 
RICHARD J. LACEY 

Science, mathematics, machine technology 



JOHN K. LAY, JR. 

Social science 
DAVID LONGFELLOW 

English 
SHIRLEY LONGFELLOW 

Business education 



ALLYN MCGINNIS 

Business 
JEANETTEMALONE 

Physical education 
DONALD MANGELS 

Automotive technology 



Faculty members assemble for regular session. 




DENNIS MARTENS 

Machine technology 
ELMO NASH 

Mathematics 
MERLE NAY 

Director, Athletics & Student activities 



DALENEAVILLE 
Guidance Director 

HERMAN OGG 
Communications, English 

JAMES OHL 

Drafting technology 



DARRYLF. PATTEN 

Speech, Theatre 
WILFRED PETTUS 

Physical science 
WAYNE POSTOAK 

Physical education, Athletics 



MELVIN RALSTON 

English 
DALEREMSBERG 

Physical education, Athletics 
JANE RHOADS 

English 



GORDON E. RHODES 

Mathematics 
HUGH RICHARDSON 

Librarian 
BARBARA RIDDLE 

Nursing 











Mr. Isom's students long for proficiency in shorthand. 





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MARIAN ROWE 

Librarian 
RONALD RUSSELL 

Data Processing technology 



RONALD SEAGER 

Business 
GEORGE SWIFT 

Business 



PHILLIPTHEIS 

Biological Science 
DONTOBUREN 

English 



LEONA WATKINS 

Psychology 
FRED WEBB 

Welding technology 



ANITA WHITSON 

Nursing 
THEODORE WISCHROPP 

Foreign language 



Mr. Longfellow becomes make-up artist. 







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E. F. Adams 
G. W. Hammel 




Eugene Brooks 



G. E. Kassebaum 



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Richard Chase 



Lewis Simmons 



Board of trustees 
acts on student 
referendum 



Early in the first semester, students in a 
referendum directed by the student 
council agreed to assess themselves an 
additional fee of five dollars per semes- 
ter in order to improve parking facili- 
ties. Responding to this action, the 
board of trustees secured revenue 
bonds and contracted for the expan- 
sion and surfacing of the west parking 
lot. At the opening of school the board 
hosted a reception for faculty members 
and their spouses at the country home 
of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Kassebaum. G. W. 
Hammel, M.D., was elected to the 
board at the spring election, and Eu- 
gene Brooks was named chairman. 





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Faculty members renew acquaintances and meet new staff 
members. 



Dr. Kassebaum greets Mr. and Mrs. Chism. 



Album 79 



Non-Certified Staff 




The operation of this college would not function 
properly without the help from the non-certified 
staff. Much praise is due these men and women 
who perform the business and maintain the 
buildings. 



JOHN CLEVELAND 

Custodian 
BARBARA COONROD 

Secretary, Mr. Cummins, Mr. Wilson 
ARLENE DE VORE 
Secretary, Mr. Harris 



MARTHA DUNCAN 

Housemother, Dormitory 
LOIS FRIESEN 

Secretary, Nursing Office 
VIRGINIA FRITZLER 

Receptionist 



FRANCIS HALL 

Custodian 
C.H. Harris 

Business manager 
ETHYL LANGE 

Secretary, Mr. Walbourn 



GLENN LEIMER 

Custodian 
BEULA MCALLISTER 

Secretary, Adult education 
BARBARA PARSONS 

Secretary, Mr. Mckinney 



PAT PLACE 

Secretary, Mr. Cummins, Mr. Wilson 
CARL RIGGS 

Manager, bookstore 
BURR ROBERTS 

Superintendent, buildings, grounds 




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CHARLES ROMERO 




Custodian 


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Secretary, Mr. Harris 


MARY LOUISE STEBBINS 


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Secretary, Counseling Center 




BERTSTOWERS 

Custodian 
MARIE WALTMAN 

Library assistant 
GERALD WHIPPLE 

Custodian 
JOYCE WHITESIDE 

Data processing operator 
DENNIS ZUERCHER 

Groundsman 




Cafeteria Personnel — FRONT ROW: Beverly Hess, manager; Joyce Murray, bookkeeper; Leona Londeen, evening cook; Ethel 
James, salad & dessert. BACK ROW: Lelia Whipple, dishwasher; Grace Costin, utility; Pat Bailey, snack bar; Rosie Marshall, snack 
bar; Edna Rumsey, noon cook. 



Sophomores 



Approximately 529 of the 1470 students en- 
rolled in Butler County Community Junior 
College are sophomores. They have pre- 
pared this year to move on to other colleges 
or to take their permanent station in life. 
Sophomore officers pictured at RIGHT are 
Dick Price, president; Janie Tate, sec.-treas.; 
and John Corman, vice president. 




Ron Abraham, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Margaret Aguilera, Augusta 

Speech 
Melinda Algrim, Augusta 

Secondary Education 
Linda Allen, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Anthony Anderson, Wichita 

Physical Education 



Thomas Anderson, El Dorado 

Business 
Vicki Anderson, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Michael Angulo, Wichita 

Business 
Maria Arnold, Wichita 

Business 
Jeffrey Artz, El Dorado 

Political Science 








Randall Atkisson, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Charles Austin, Wichita 

Engineering 
Ceraldine Baird, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Mike Baker, El Dorado 

Air Conditioning 
Wayne Baker, El Dorado 

Law 



Randall Ball, El Dorado 

Biology 
Ethne Barnes, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Kenneth Barr, Eureka 

Business 
Thomas Barr, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Paula Beavers, (unction City 

Data Processing 



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Thomas Benigas, El Dorado 

Pharmacy 
Debra Berens, El Dorado 

History 
Dennis Berner, Augusta 

Business 
Roger Bernhardt, Lyons, New York 

Liberal Arts 
Benell Bertram, Salina 

Speech, Debate 



lane Biggs, Potwin 

Secondary Education 
Linda Bird, Augusta 

Elementary Education 
Bruce Bland, Wichita 

Law 
Linda Bode, Augusta 

Nursing 
Jim Bogle, Wichita 

Education 



Steve Bohannan, Wichita 

Drafting 
|udy Booker, Wichita 

Nursing 
Peter Bonnel, Topeka 

Auto Technology 
Roger Bonser, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Kelley Bowen, Derby 

Business 



Kenston Bowser, Augusta 

Machine Technology 
Shelley Bracken, El Dorado 

Business 
James Branam, Wichita 

Machine Technology 
Lyle Brandon, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Brittan, Wichita 

Journalism 



Shari Broadstock, El Dorado 

French 
Eugene Brockmeir, Herington 

Liberal Arts 
Gerald Brown, Wichita 

Political Science 
Rebecca Brown, Wichita 

Physical Education 
Terry Brown, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 





William Brush, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 
Bernard Buckman, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Larry Burrows, Wichita 

Auto Technology 
Marylee Butcher, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 
David Callaway, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 



Margaret Calvin, El Dorado 

Medicine 
Nicky Campbell, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Ronnie Campbell, Wichita 

Business Administration 
Donna Carlson, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Randall Carr, Andover 

Business 



Album 83 



Sophomores 



Douglas Carrington, Topeka 

Electronics 
Ara Carter, Wichita 

Elementary Education 
Robert Carter, Wichita 

Art 
Robin Carter, Wichita 

Bachelor Arts 
Phillip Carver, Wichita 

Art 



Larry Casady, El Dorado 

English 
San Cawthorn, Potwin 

Data Processing 
Larry Cervantes, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Douglas Chambers, Wichita 

Architecture 
Rick Chambers, Baldwin City 

Auto Body 



David Chestnut, Clay Center 

lournalism 
Clyde Chlumsky, Augusta 

Auto Body 
Phillip Church, El Dorado 

Psychology 
John Clark, Augusta 

Liberal Science 
Lindsay Clark, Wichita 

Psychology 



Donna Cleaver, Wichita 

General Secretary 
Alan Coffman, Wichita 

Business 
Robert Collier, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Michael Collins, Wichita 

Physical Education 
Marsha Compton, El Dorado 

English 



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Barbara Conrod, El Dorado 

English 
Janet Coplin, Wichita 

Art 
Elaine Copp, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Karen Corbin, Towanda 

Business 
Sheldon Cordry, Wichita 

Pharmacy 



John Corman, Beloit 

Engineering 
Ronald Cowell, Towanda 

General education 
Robert Cowger, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
DuaneCox, Wichita 

Science 
James Cox, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 



Murray Cox, Wichita 

Business administration 
Gary Cramer, Andover 

Business 
Michael Crawford, El Dorado 

Engineering 
George Creegan, Wichita 

Engineering 
Delbert Crowl, Wichita 

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration 



Donald Crupper, Howard 

Data processing 
Darlene Dauber, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Linda Dauber, El Dorado 

Business 
Douglas DaVee, Wichita 

Psychology 
William T. Davis, El Dorado 

Medicine 



Douglas Dennis, Wellington 

Meteorology 
Richard Dial, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Marilyn Diver, El Dorado 

Business education 
Duane Dodson, El Dorado 

Air conditioning, Refrigeration 
Jonathan Doll, Wichita 

Biology 






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Stephen Domann, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Douglas Donley, Ellsworth 

Education 
Dana Donovan, Lewis 

Nursing 
David Dowell, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Patrick Doyle, El Dorado 

Physical education 



Lonnie Dreyer, Whitewater 

Business administration 
Robert Drury, Manhattan 

Business administration 
Randall Duncan, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Mark Dunn, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Stephen Dunn, Wichita 

Physical education 



Album 85 



Sophomores 




Bull-session adds spice to student life. 



Cathie Durnil, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Rod Dutt, Lawrence 

Physical education 
loseph Eaton, El Dorado 

Architecture 
Kenneth Eaves, Newton 

Liberal arts 
Lucynda Elhngs, El Dorado 

Legal secretary 



Roger Elliot, Wichita 

Business administration 
David Ellis, El Dorado 

Art 
Druce Emerson, Wichita 

Engineering 
Dennis Emrich, Wichita 

Business 
Nancy Engels, Rose Hill 

Elementary education 



Rodney Entz, Peabody 

Business administration 
Gerald Erikson, Morrowville 

Liberal Arts 
Clinton Evans, Wichita 

Business administration 
Robert Fabian, El Dorado 

Medical technology 
Michael Farmer, Wichita 

Accounting 



Richard Fawcett, Wichita 

Law 
Edna Fehrenbach, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Dave Ferren, El Dorado 

History 
Deborah Fisher, Mulvane 

Elementary education 
lames Fleetwood, El Dorado 

Forestry 






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David Flory, Elbing 

Nursing 
Roger Foltz, Wichita 

Business administration 
Robert Fox, El Dorado 

Business 
Pamela Freeman, Rose Hill 

Elementary education 
Valerie Freeman, Eureka 

Business education 



Michael Friedman, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Carol Fuller, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Patrick Galbraith, Wichita 

Business 
Norris Carlow, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
David Geese, Wichita 

Liberal arts 



Carol Gillette, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Gregory Gilmer, Wk hita 

Liberal science 
Richard Gimple, Douglass 

Engineering 
Stephen Gladfelter, Augusta 

Medicine 
Barbara Glennie, Haysville 

Science 



Arthur Goodman, Emporia 

Business administration 
Donald Govan, Wichita 

Electrical engineering 
James Graham, Overland Park 

Business administration 
Randal Graham, El Dorado 

Law 
Kevin Graves, Anthony 

Speech, Drama 



Roger Green, El Dorado 

Science 
William Greenlee, Wichita 

Data processing 
Charles Greenwell, El Dorado 

Drafting 
Sheryl Greiving, Derby 

Elementary education 
Cecil Griekspoor, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 



Wilmatine Griffin, Towanda 

Business education 
Roy Groat, Wichita 

Electronics 
Mohammed Hadi, New York, N.Y. 

Engineering 
Paul Haines, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Michael Hall, Augusta 

Engineering 



Timothy Hamilton, Wichita 

Business 
Janice Hammer, Leon 

General secretary 
Mary Harp, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Michael Harreld, Wichita 

Physical education 
Perry Harris, Wichita 

Zoology 









Album 87 



Sophomores 



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Sophomores tolerate one-way traffic. 



James Harrison, Wi< hita 

Liberal arts 
Karen Hartman, Newton 

Liberal arts 
Vicki Harvey, Wichita 

Speech therapy 
Michael Haslett, junction City 

Medicine 
Darold Hauserman, Wichita 

Liberal arts 



Terry Hawks, El Dorado 

Optometry 
Karen Hedgpeth, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Marvin Heinz, Wichita 

Business 
Sheldon Hendnks, Potwin 

Electronics 
Deborah Henline, Wichita 

Business 






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Daniel Hickman, Paola 

History 
Richard Hill, El Dorado 

Journalism 
Scotty Hill, Augusta 

Business 
Barbara Hodler, Beloit 

Liberal arts 
Michael Hogue, Wichita 

Liberal arts 



Cordelia Holem, El Dorado 

Education 
Daniel Hollis, Hunter 

Data processing 
Ruth Hollis, Augusta 

Elementary education 
Robert Holloway, El Dorado 

Physical education 
Paul Hubbard, El Dorado 

Air conditioning, Heating 



88 Album 



Mic hael Huddleslon, Wichita 

Accounting 
Ronald Hull, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Robert Humburg, Wk hita 

Business 
Rk hard Hunt, Wichita 

History 
Terry Hutter, Augusta 

Mathematics 



Charly llsley, Augusta 

Air conditioning 
Garry Irwin, Havensville 

Data processing 
Fred Jackson, El Dorado 

History 
|ohn Jackson, Hill City 

Secondary education 
Debra Jacobs, Towanda 

Elementary Education 



Howard Jacobson, El Dorado 

Art 
George Janney, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Randy Janzen, Newton 

Data processing 
Thad Jenson, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
David Jespersen, Wichita 

Engineering 










David Jimenez, Wichita 




Education 




Douglas Johnson, El Dorado 




Data processing 


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James Johnson, Wichita 
Business 


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Larry Johnson, Douglas 


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Electronics 


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Joan Jones, El Dorado 


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Business education 



Bobby Jones, El Dorado 

Auto body technology 
Wayne Jones, El Dorado 

Auto technology 
Donna Keenan, El Dorado 

Art 
Rhonda Kollerman, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 
Steve W. Kemp, Oxford 

Secondary education 



William Kinkade, El Dorado 

Business 
Kelsey Kiser, Wichita 

Engineering 
Dennis Knisal, El Dorado 

Social science 
Marilyn Knisal, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Thomas Knott, Augusta 

Physical education 



Stephen Knox, Piedmont 

Law 
Teresa Knox, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Juanita Knudsen, Eureka 

Chemistry 
Wayne Kyle, Florence 

Business Administration 
Michael Lacer, Junction City 

Space Aeronautics 






Album 89 



Sophomores 




Douglas Lamb, Wichita 

Business administration 
Karen Lamb, Nickerson 

Business administration 
Robert Larrabee, Lawrence 

Education 
Ceniece Lavenant, Newton 

Nursing 
David Lawrence, El Dorado 

Data processing 



Bud Lawson, El Dorado 

Art 
Marvin Lawton, Topeka 

Physical education 
Eldon Lawyer, El Dorado 

Business 
Brenda Leigh, Eureka 

Elementary Education 
Donald Lenhart, Coddard 

Business administration 



Samuel Lindeman, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Jimmie Linder, Leon 

Accounting 
Linda Linot, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Jeanne Lipscomb, Augusta 

Business 
Cheryl Little, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 



Wayne Long, El Dorado 

Forestry 
Gregory Lopez, Wichita 

Data processing 
Darrel Lowrance, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Austin Lowry, EI Dorado 

Art 
Roger Luce, Derby 

Business Administration 



Gerald Ludwick, Eureka 

Air conditioning 
Brian Mack, Piedmont 

Electronics 
Herbert Madigan, Augusta 

Liberal arts 
Virginia Madison, El Dorado 

Education 
Darrel Mainy, Wichita 

Machine technology 



Lin Mar, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Larry Markley, Eureka 

Liberal arts 
Terry Marr, Fredonia 

Business 
Nancy Marsh, El Dorado 

Sociology 
William Martindale, El Dorado 

Engineering 



Kent Matz, Wichita 

Drafting 
Dennis May, Cheney 

Welding 
Galen McArthur, Wichita 

Business 
Nancy McCreight, El Dorado 

Secretarial training 
Ava Kay McDowell, Augusta 

Business Administration 







90 Album 





Linda McEachern, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Frederick McGrath, Kansas City, 

Mo 

Business 
Rex McKnight, Mulvane 

Forestry 
Alex McLaren, Wichita 

Engineering 
Robert McNamee, Wichita 

Business 



James McNulty, Andover 

Liberal arts 
Connie McVay, Augusta 

Legal secretary 
Jan Meeker, Wichita 

Aeronautical engineering 
Connie Mensch, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Deborah Mercer, Augusta 

Interior design 



James Meyer, Wichita 

Chemistry 
John Meyersick, Benton 

Agriculture 
Vicki Michal, El Dorado 

General secretary 
Clinton Milbourn, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Gary Miles, Carbondale 

Physical education 



Rex Miller, Augusta 

Engineering 
Douglas Mitchell, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Michael Mobley, Leon 

Political science 
Eric Monroe, Wichita 

Business adminstration 
Christy Morris, Leon 

Business education 





Students enjoy free drinks on first day of school. 




John Morris, Wichita 

Sociology 
Dennis Mosier, El Dorado 

Veterinary Medicine 



Sandra Murphy, El Dorado 

General secretary 
Shanlyn Murphy, Wichita 

Forestry 



Kenneth Muse, Potwin 
Secondary education 

Edward Myers, Newton 
History 




Album 91 



Sophomores 




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Rod Dutt makes campaign effort. 




John Nash, Wichita 

Physical education 
Mark Nash, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Judith Nelson, El Dorado 

Dietetics 
Rodney Nelson, El Dorado 

Oceanography 
Loren Nesmith, Towanda 

Zoology 



Geneva Newcom, Benton 

Nursing 
Charlene Nichols, Cambridge 

Elementary education 
Curtis Nickel, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Cheryl Nickl, Derby 

Business education 
Dan Nietfeld, Benton 

Physical education 



Darrel Nixon, Hamilton 

Auto technology 
Wayne Noeller, Augusta 

Music 
William Nunn, Emporia 

Mathematics 
Timothy Nye, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Martin Ogden, Wichita 

Liberal arts 



Jack Oliver, Wichita 

Psychology 
Janice Osborne, El Dorado 

Music education 
Roger Ott, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Donald Owen, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 



92 Album 








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Gwendolyn Owen, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Thomas Oyler, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Susan Pangrac, Leon 

Secondary education 
Susan Paph, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Dave Park, Wichita 

Business administration 



Colin Parry, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Alma Partridge, Towanda 

Nursing 
Judy Patterson, Goddard 

Nursing 
Sandra Peck, Kechi 

Nursing 
Ray Penner, Wichita 

Architecture 



Glenis Pennington, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Alan Perkins, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Katherine Perkins, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Paul Peters, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Ronald Peterson, Newton 

Psychology 



Linda Phares, Benton 

Liberal arts 
Keith Pharr, Leon 

Engineering 
Marian Phipps, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Douglas Pickard, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Daniel Pickett, Rose Hill 

Drafting 



larrel Pierce, Wichita 

Art 
Marc Pinkstaff, Wichita 

Interior decoration 
Steven Poeschel, El Dorado 

Business 
lames Pollock, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Barbara Poole, El Dorado 

Business 



Deborah Poole, Wichita 

Speecn, Drama 
Dennis Post, El Dorado 

Mathematics 
Jacqueline Pratt, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Richard Price, El Dorado 

Political science 
Ronald Price, Atlanta 

Physical education 



Larry Prichard, Benton 

Secondary education 
Gregory Pursley, Wichita 

Optometry 
leannette Putney, Omaha, Neb. 

Nursing 
Phillip Raisor, El Dorado 

Business 
Tommy Randall, Wichita 

Technical drafting 




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Album 93 



Sophomores 




Kevin Graves and Janie Tate strum melodies for homecoming candidates. 



Roger Rausch, Wichita 

Business 
Terry Rawlings, Augusta 

Business 
David Reed, Baldwin 

History 
William Reynolds, Wichita 

Nursing 
Donald Rice, El Dorado 

Art 



Idessa Riley, Lawrence 

Nursing 
Doug Riley, Lawrence 

Medicine 
Kaien Riley, Wichita 

Spree h 
Monte Robinson, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Susan Robinson, El Dorado 

Art 








Elaine Rockey, Derby 

Art education 
Thane Rogers, Wichita 

Science 
James Roglin, Quincy 

Welding 
Clyde Roths, Wichita 

Agriculture 
Richard Salts, Jr., Wichita 

Engineering 



Gary Samms, Junction City 

Mathematics 
Rebecca Schmidt, Leon 

Music 
Steven Schmitter, Wichita 

Geology 
John Schoffstall, El Dorado 

Industrial education 
Steven Scholl, Wichita 

Education 



94 Album 





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Greg Schneider, El Dorado 

Art 
Ace Schroer, Strong City 

Welding 
Randall Schuler, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Morlene Schwartz, Augusta 

Nursing 
Richard Schweitzer, Wichita 

Business 



Roger Scott, Burrton 

History 
James Scribner, El Dorado 

Music 
Larry Seivley, El Dorado 

Physical therapy 
Michael Sexton, Derby 

Liberal arts 
Clayton Shaw, Towanda 

Machine technology 



Michael Sheaks, Wichita 

Music 
Lester Sherlock, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Robert Shipman, El Dorado 

Business 
lames Short, Augusta 

Machine technology 
Edward Sidberry, Junction City 

Commercial art 



Barbara Smith, Augusta 

Elementary education 
David Smith, Peabody 

Drafting 
Gary Smith, St. Marys 

Business 
Kathryn Smith, Wichita 

Chemistry 
O. Steven Smith, Fredonia 

Forestry 



Alan Snyder, El Dorado 

Engineering 
Wayne Socha, Wichita 

Business 
Richard Souders, Topeka 

Law 
"Rusty" Spindel, New Orleans, LA. 

Physical education 
Marcia Spires, Eureka 

Elementary educaiion 



Michael Spradlin, El Dorado 

Auto technology 
Jill Stackley, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Ronald Starkel, El Dorado 

Secondary education 
Steven Starr, Raymond 

Auto technology 
Bryant Stateham, El Dorado 

Secondary education 



Linda Stateham, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Ronald Stathis, Wichita 

Education 
James Staufter, Valley Center 

Wildlife biology 
Kerwin Stemmons, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
James Stever, El Dorado 

Air conditioning 





Album 95 




Sophomores 



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Jo Ellen Stitt, Clearwater 

Liberal am 
Harry Stockwell, Wichita 

Biology 
Beth Storrer, El Dorado 

Nursing 
William Sutter, Rosalia 

Business administration 
Kenneth Talley, Junction City 

Auto technology 



David Tarman, Tribune 

Veterinary medicine 
Robert Tate, Abilene 

Social science 
Sara Jane Tate, El Dorado 

Accounting 
Mike Thissen, Augusta 

Liberal arts 
Cerhart Tonn, Wichita 

Veterinary medicine 



Jeannie Totty, Burns 

Data processing 
Jeffery Towner, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Michael Tracey, Emporia 

Engineering 
Linda Tredway, Longton 

Home economics 
Peggy Tnboulet, Moline 

Nursing 



Carrie Turner, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Gary Turner, Leon 

Physical education 
Jerry Tyler, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
Johanna Vander Weele, Potwin 

Liberal arts 
Louisa Vander Weele, Potwin 

Physical education 



96 Album 



Lloyd Van Dever, Augusta 

Machine technology 
Clardy Vinson, Topeka 

Physical education 
Michael Vogt, Whitewater 

Political science 
David VonFelt, Wichita 

Data processing 
Cilber Wagner, Leawood 

Data processing 



Karen Wagner, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Leonard Wakefield, Leon 

Business 
Ronald Walford, El Dorado 

Welding 
Alan Watkins, El Dorado 

Commercial Art 
loan Weber, Burns 

Elementary education 



Jon Weiss, Augusta 

Agriculture 
Betty Welday, El Dorado 

English 
Frederick Wells, Wichita 

Data processing 
Marsha West, El Dorado 

Data processing 
Warren Whitham, Cassody 

Business administration 



Randolph Whitton, Wichita 

Business 
Diann Wiens, Marion 

Home economics 
Gary Williams, Wichita 

Liberal arts 
Richard Williams, Wichita 

Business administration 
Floyd Winter, Virgil 

Business administration 



David Woelk, Tribune 

Liberal arts 
Otha (Ted) Wright, Wichita 

Business 
Thomas Young, Burlingame 

Liberal arts 
Theda Yutuc, Eureka 

Business administration 
Theodore Zimmerman, 

Whitewater 
Business 




Students return to classes after a fall assembly. 




Freshmen 



The freshman class entered Butler County 
Community Junior College with an enroll- 
ment of 941, a record number. These fresh- 
men have accepted the challenge of college 
life and have striven to attain needed knowl- 
edge. The freshman officers pictured at right 
are Denise Hendricks, sec.-treas.; Clyde 
McCracken, vice-president; Roger Frazier, 
President. 




Max Adkins, Douglass 
Alan Afton, Benton 
Judith Aitken, Fall River 
Kerry Aldrich, Augusta 
La Nora Allen, Augusta 
Steve Allen, Wichita 



Terry Allison, Benton 
Rodger Amos, Wichita 
Craig Argersinger, Wichita 
Rick Armstrong, Wichita 
lanet Arnold, Wichita 
Carol Arrington, Wichita 



David Autry, El Dorado 
Max Ayers, Towanda 
Mary Ann Bachman, Wichita 
Bruce Baker, El Dorado 
Sandra Baker, Andover 
Bob Bales, Oxford 



Michael Ball, El Dorado 
Joseph Ballard, Kiowa 
Dennis Ballew, Augusta 
Vicki Banister, Wichita 
Susan Banks, El Dorado 
Glen Bannon, El Dorado 



Richard Barbe, Wichita 
Rebecca Barber, El Dorado 
Gary Barger, Wichita 
Michael Barker, Wichita 
Brad Barrett, Wichita 
Thomas Barta, Lucas 




98 Album 




Gary Barton, El Dorado 
Sandra Bell, El Dorado 
William Bell, Wichita 
Tom Bergkamp, Cheney 

Cecil Beverly, Salina 
Warren Biby, Wk hita 



Sondra Bishop, El Dorado 
John Black, Sedgwick 
Linda Blain, El Dorado 
Patricia Blakely, Whitewater 
Randall Blunt, Wichita 
Connie Bohon, Augusta 



Kenny Bohon, Augusta 
David Bonner, Haysville 
Timothy Bonner, Fredonia 
Carol Book, Moline 
Kathryn Booth, Towanda 
Larry Booth, Topeka 



Keith Borg, Wichita 
Joyce Boswell, Augusta 
Randall Bottorff, Wichita 
Kay Boucher, Latham 
Louise Boucher, Augusta 
Cathy Bourne, El Dorado 



Jimmy Bowen, Piedmont 
Gerald Bowers, Piedmont 
Jack Bowling, Wichita 
Michael Boydston, Wichita 
Ronald Box, Wichita 
Martha Brainard, Newton 



Vickie Brake, El Dorado 
Dixie Bratton, Augusta 
Cindy Bra zi II, Towanda 
Edwin Brewer, Salina 
James Brewer, Jr., Atlanta 
Edgar Briggs, Anthony 



Janine Brooks, Wichita 
Karen Brower, Towanda 
Bruce Brown, Wichita 
Connie Brown, Wichita 
Daniel Brown, Baldwin 
Florentine Brown, Augusta 



Joe Brown, Douglass 
John Brown, Wichita 
Mark Brown, El Dorado 
Jerry Browning, El Dorado 
Cheryl Bruner, Mulvane 
Eddie Bryant, Augusta 



James Bryant, Wichita 
Pamela Bullock, El Dorado 
Jerry Bupp, Wichita 
Darrell Burch, Augusta 
Charles Burden, Leon 
Mona Burnett, El Dorado 




Album 99 



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Freshmei 




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Students Escape orientation. 






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Robert Chambers, Baldwin 
Horace Champion, Wichita 
Larry Chandler, Wichita 
Julia Chin, Augusta 
Kenneth Church, Augusta 
Cary Clark, Newton 



Terry Clark, Wichita 

Charles Clayton, Wichita 

Carmen Cline, Wichita 

Stephen Cloyed, Des Moines, Iowa 

lames Cochran, Douglass 

Sally Cocking, Wichita 



Jerry Colield, Leon 
Thomas Colbert, Wichita 
Rene Cole, Wichita 
Chris Conner, Cassoday 
Rickey Cooper, Benton 
Michael Corrigan, Wichita 




Robert Burnison, Wichita 
Johnny Burns, Burrton 
Rodger Burton, El Dorado 
Steve Buskirk, Augusta 
Lionell Butts, Leon 
Steve Calhoun, El Dorado 



Michael Callahan, Wichita 
Steve Callaway, El Dorado 

anice Calvin, El Dorado 
Nancy Carlisle, El Dorado 
Daniel Carlyle, Wichita 

ames Carmichael, El Dorado 



Mary Carnahan, Wichita 
Robert Carne, Augusta 
Cynthia Carr, Rose Hill 
Camille Carroll, Wichita 
Dale Catlin, Augusta 
Larry Chambers, Newton 



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100 Album 




Leon (Sonny) Cowan, Topeka 
Marilyn Cox, Rose Hill 
Victor Coyne, Anthony 
Larry Crabtree, Leon 
Larry Craig, Toronto 
Dean Crist, Augusta 



Samuel Crook, Augusta 
Carrol Cross, El Dorado 
Jack Crowder, Wichita 
James Culp, El Dorado 
Gene Cunningham, Augusta 
Rebecca Cunningham, Augusta 



Roy Cushman, El Dorado 
Linsey Cutsinger, El Dorado 
Floyd Dameron, Wichita 
Larry Damon, Wichita 
David Daniels, Wichita 
Marilyn Daniels, Derby 



James Darrow, Marion 
Pamela Davidson, Augusta 
Carl Davis, Wichita 
William Rex Davis, Wichita 
Jody Davison, Augusta 
Cheryl Day, Towanda 



Daniel Day, Sterling 
Roxanne Day, Augusta 
Donald Dearth, Wichita 
Darrel Decker, Peabody 
Maurita Deines, Marion 
Patricia Demarais, Wichita 



Debra Dennett, El Dorado 
Reid Dennis, El Dorado 
Duryea Desmarteau, Wichita 
Robert Devlin, Topeka 
William Devlin, Topeka 
Gary Dick, Wichita 



Ron Dickerson, Wichita 
Donna Dietz, Wichita 
Jeanne Dietz, El Dorado 
Eugene Diller, Wichita 
Glen Dimick, El Dorado 
William Dinkel, Topeka 



Gary Diver, El Dorado 
Donna Domann, El Dorado 
Robert Dorr, Wichita 
Gary Douglas, Augusta 
Martha Douglas, Augusta 
Karen Doyle, Wichita 



Kenneth Drake, Eureka 
Charlene Dreiling, Wichita 
Phillip Drews, Augusta 
William Dudgeon, Douglass 
John Duncunson, II, Tongonoxie 
Wallace Dunn, El Dorado 




Album 101 



Freshmen 




Informal get-together creates new friendships. 



Dennis Earll, El Dorado 
Danny Ecton, Augusta 
Dwighl Edberg, Abilene 
Belinda Edwards, El Dorado 
Fredrick Edwards, |r., Wichita 
lames Edwards, El Dorado 



Vernon Edwards, Derby 
Michael Eller, Kingman 
John Elliot, Phillipsburg 
James Engel, Augusta 
Gary Engels, Derby 
Merle Engle, El Dorado 



Alan Engstrom, Wichita 
Barbara Evenson, El Dorado 
Candi Everson, Derby 
Larry Ewart, Augusta 
James Fagan, Benton 
Nolan Faidley, El Dorado 






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Pat Fanello, Derby 
Pamela Farres, Woodbine 
Paul Fehrenbach, El Dorado 
Lutrecia Fewin, Sedgwick 
Bruce Fields, Wichita 
Gary Fillmore, Wichita 



Marion Fink, Wichita 
Michael Finney, Rock 
David Flowers, Junction City 
Conley Forrest, Argonia 
Brenda Fox, Wellington 
Kathryn Fraizer, Wichita 



Carole Franklin, Wichita 
Roger Frazier, El Dorado 
Cheryl Freeman, Peru 
Mark Frey, El Dorado 
David Fuller, El Dorado 
Phillip Fullerton, Wichita 



102 Album 



David Fulton, Sedan 
Victor Funk, Augusta 
Danita Gabbert, Wichita 
Barbara Gaines, Augusta 
Saundra Gaines, Overbrook 
Constance Gardner, Wichita 



Fred Gardner, Augusta 
David Garretson, Wichita 
Jerry Gean, Derby 
Janie Gentner, Ottawa 
Jo Ann George, Wichita 
Frank Gerberding, Argonia 



Richard Gibbs, Howard 
Garet Giffin, Wichita 
Gary Gillis, Douglass 
Fred Gilliland, Rosalia 
Michael Glendening, El Dorado 
Warren Goekin, Augusta 





Michael Gooch, Wichita 
Christian Good, Benton 
Glenn Good, El Dorado 
Sharon Goodman, Leon 
Richard Gould, Wichita 
William Graham, Jr., Wichita 



Cristine Grattan, Sedgwick 
Terry Graul, Wichita 
Richard Graves, Wellington 
Deborah Gray, El Dorado 
Danny Greer, Newton 
Willamine Gregg, Haysville 



Richard Griffin, Burns 
Tom Grimwood, Burns 
Darlene Gronau, Newton 
Michial Grove, El Dorado 
Brenda Groves, El Dorado 
Richard Gunn, Newton 



Tim Guhr, Potwin 
)oel Guyot, Douglass 
Darnella Guy, Augusta 
Patricia Guy, El Dorado 
Katheryn Haas, Benton 
Berniece Hackler, Towanda 



Berta Hackler, El Dorado 
Stanley Hall, Wichita 
Tim Hall, Wichita 
Randall Hallgren, White City 
Michael Hamilton, Wichita 
Susan Hamilton, Wellington 



Steven Hammond, Augusta 
Richard Hansen, Wichita 
Dennis Hanson, Wichita 
Harold Harmon, Wichita 
lane Harms, Whitewater 
David Harrell, Wichita 



Album 103 




Freshmen 



Concentration leads to success for studious Jay Watson . 



William Haynes, Wichita 
Alan Hedges, Wichita 
Rick Heise, El Dorado 
Susan Heitzenrater, Beaumont 
Galen Helmer, Marion 
Gregory Henderson, Wichita 



Denise Hendricks, El Dorado 
Darrel Hensley, Valley Center 
Steve Herman, El Dorado 
|an Herrick, Marion 
Gary Herron, Valley Center 
Diana Hershberger, Sedgwick 



lean Hetzke, Wichita 
Randy Hickman, Wichita 
Deborah Hiebert, El Dorado 
Tom Higgins, El Dorado 
David Higgs, Augusta 
Bruce Hill, Wichita 



Fred Harris, Jr., El Dorado 
Harold Harris, Wichita 
Michael Harris, Lawrence 
Bill Harrison, El Dorado 
Donald D. Hartschen, Wichita 
Tommy Hartshorn, Wichita 



Lawrence Hartwell, Topeka 
Linda Haskell, Wellington 
Deborah Haukos, Rose Hill 
Marc Hauser, Marion 
Drew Hawks, El Dorado 
Leon Hawzipta, Wichita 




104 Album 



erry Hill, Augusta 
Terry Hill, Peabody 
Chen Hills, El Dorado 
Linda Hisle, Moline 
Thomas Hittle, Towanda 
David Hobbs, Augusta 



Kathryn Hobbs, Wichita 
Pamela Hoch, Wichita 
Dean Hoepher, Wichita 
Gary Hoge, Augusta 
Joseph Hoheisel, Cheney 
ames Holdaway, Park City 



Delvin Holdeman, Newton 
Robert Holland, Leavenworth 
anet Holliday, El Dorado 
Gary Holstin, El Dorado 
Clinton Holt, Goddard 
Gary Hopper, Wichita 




Sandra Janzen, Newton 
Ronald larred, Leavenworth 
Douglas lensen, Wichita 
)on lenson, Wichita 
Elsie Johnson, Wichita 
Fred Johnson, Topeka 



Joyce Johnson, Douglass 
Patricia Johnson, Wichita 
Raymond Johnson, Topeka 
William lohnson, Wichita 
Russel Johnston, Wichita 
Vicki Johnston, Wichita 



Album 105 



Freshmen 




Some people have appeal. 



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Wendy Johnston, Augusta 
Ernestine )ones, El Dorado 
Terry lones, El Dorado 
William Jones, Cedar Point 
Bruce Jordan, Wichita 
Larry Jordan, Wichita 



Terry Jukes, Fairfax, Va. 
George Jump, Wichita 
Rhonda Kasper, El Dorado 
William Keatts, Wichita 
Mona Kellerman, Towanda 
Dick Kelley, Augusta 



Stanley kerbs, Marion 
Maynard, Kerns, El Dorado 
Stanley kerr, Sedan 
Michael kidwell, Augusta 
Marsha kimzey, Wichita 
Camellia king, El Dorado 



kevin King, Wichita 
Louise king, El Dorado 
keith kiser, Wichita 
Leland klaassen, Whitewater 
Sandra klaassen, Whitewater 
Marprie Klassen, Elbing 



Paul Klassen, Elbing 
Lynn Klein, El Dorado 
Robert klem, Wichita 
Otis Knabe, El Dorado 
Jane Knebler, Augusta 
Rex Knight, Valley Center 









106 Album 




Earl Knott, Augusta 
lames Knott, Augusta 
Joseph Konrade, Topeka 
John Knodel, Wichita 
Kim Krasuski, Wichita 
Michael Krebs, Wichita 



Cynthia Kreller, El Dorado 
oe Krsnich, Wichita 
Sandra Kunkel, Douglass 
Velma Lacey, El Dorado 
Peggy Lackey, Cassody 
Earl Lacy, El Dorado 



Sandra Lacy, El Dorado 
Daniel Lafferty, Prairie Village 
Robert La Forge, El Dorado 
Charles Laird, El Dorado 
Lloyd Lassman, Wichita 
Steve Laughlin, Mt. Hope 



Sharry Lawson, Wichita 
Susan Lee El Dorado 
Thelma Lee, El Dorado 
Martin Leis, Kingman 
David Lemke, Anthony 
Janet Lemon, Moline 



Linda Lemon, Wichita 
Linda Lewellen, El Dorado 
Jimmy Lewis, Wichita 
Larry Lewis, Eureka 
Page Lewis, Piedmont 
Mary Liggett, Rosalia 



Rolando Linares, Wichita 
Etta Linder, Leon 
Marilyn Linder, El Dorado 
Mark Linthicum, Wichita 
Everta Littell, Grenola 
Kay Little, Douglass 



Chauncey Littlejohn, Wichita 
Deborah Lopez, Wichita 
Richard Lopez, Wichita 
Kathy Lord, Augusta 
Richard Loveland, Wichita 
Herman Lovette, El Dorado 



Clara Lovitt, Towanda 
Catherine Luallen, Florence 
Thelma Luallen, Florence 
Tommie Luallen, Wichita 
Glenda Lucas, El Dorado 
Ray Lurrick, Wellsville 



Pamela Lutes, Eureka 
Kathy Lynch, El Dorado 
Roy Machesney, Wichita 
William Mack, Wichita 
Andy Madding, Andover 
Rick Maddux, El Dorado 




Album 107 



Freshmen 




Research paper causes freshman Sherry Standlee many headaches. 






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Sandra Magnus, El Dorado 
Clifton Ma|or, Wichita 
Barry Malcom, Wichita 
Cathleen Maloney, El Dorado 
Carol Manka, El Dorado 
Terry Mann, El Dorado 



Clarence Manwarren, El Dorado 
Linda Manwarren, El Dorado 
Carolyn Marcum, El Dorado 
Deon Markley, Augusta 
Darrell Markley, Augusta 
Larry Marr, Wichita 



)oyce Marsh, El Dorado 

Brenda Martin, Madison 

Linda Martin, Topeka 

Nancy Martin, El Dorado 

Phillip Charles Martin, (unction City 

Tamara Martin, El Dorado 



Richard Martindale, El Dorado 
Thomas Masters, Williamsburg 
Marcia Mathews, El Dorado 
Gary Maulin, Wichita 
Steven May, Marion 
lohn McCandlis, Augusta 



Craig McClure, Augusta 
Deborah McClure, Douglass 
Hugh McCoy, Topeka 
Clyde McCracken, El Dorado 
Corinne McDonald, Wichita 
Tannis McCilvray, El Dorado 




108 Album 









Donald McGinnis, Towanda 
Steve McGuire, Wichita 
Micahel Mcintosh, Augusta 
Tommy Mcintosh, Eureka 
James McKay, El Dorado 
Michael McKenzie, Wichita 



Kathy McKimens, Sedan 
Randy McKnown, Wichit,: 
Gary McLean, Towanda 
John McPhail, Wichita 
lodi Megredy, El Dorado 
Bruce Meier, Wichita 



Gerald Mercer, El Dorado 
Fame Merwin, Rosalia 
Beverly Meyer, Augusta 
Glenda Meyer, Augusta 
Richard Meyer, Madison 
Russell Mikish, Wichita 



Gary Mills, Wichita 
June Minshall, Wichita 
Gary Mitchell, El Dorado 
William Mitchell, Wichita 
Steven Molter, El Dorado 
Richard Molzen, South Haven 



Mark Monroe, Wichita 
Gary Montgomery, Howard 
Jimmy Montgomery, Derby 
Brian Mooberry, Cheney 
Carol Moore, El Dorado 
Douglas Moore, Wichita 



Eddie Moore, Derby 
Joe Moore, El Dorado 
Kathryn Moore, El Dorado 
Roy Moore, Carbondale 
Linda Morgan, Derby 
John Morgen, Wichita 



Dennis Morris, Wichita 
Gerald Morris, El Dorado 
Jerry Morris, Augusta 
JoAnne Moser, Wichita 
Curtis Mount, Wichita 
Rex Mourglia, Wichita 



Michael Moyer, Derby 
Arlin Mueller, Tampa 
Michael Mulennax, Towanda 
Frances Munoz, Wichita 
Thomas Musgrave, Moline 
Deborah Myers, Augusta 




Album 109 



Freshmen 





Robert Nace, El Dorado 



Drill team members become stadium beauticians. 




Linda Oldham, Marion 
Nancy Olsen, Marion 
Michael O'Neill, Wichita 
Michael O'Quinn, Wichita 
Clark Orebaugh, Wichita 
Janice Orton, Rosalia 



Dianne Osborn, El Dorado 
Douglas Overstake, Wichita 
Robert Owen, Wichita 
Tim Page, Wichita 
Gerald Parker, Benton 
Graham Parks, El Dorado 



Ronald Nance, Wichita 
James Nash, Wichita 
Debra Nassif, Wichita 
Steve Naus, El Dorado 
Robin Nave, Wichita 
Janet Neece, Rose Hill 



Carol Nelson, Derby 
Terrance Nelson, Wichita 
William Nestelroad, Wichita 
David Nicholas, Wichita 
Clayton Nicholson, Newton 
Mara Nnmi, Sedan 



Maureen Noag, El Dorado 
James Noble, El Dorado 
Terry Nonken, El Dorado 
Charles Norrick, El Dorado 
William Nuce, Augusta 
Mary Nusz, Augusta 




110 Album 



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Richard Parkhurst, Wichita 
Rithdrd Parsley, Benton 
lean Patterson, El Dorado 
Ted Patterson, Augusta 
Sandra Patton, El Dorado 
Billy Patty, Townada 



Kirk Peace, El Dorado 
Rebecca Peart e, Milan 
Alan Pegorsch, Marion 
Edwin Pence, El Dorado 
Michael Penney, Augusta 
Philip Perez, Augusta 



Linda Perisho, Atlanta 
Steven Pershall, El Dorado 
Donald Pete, Wichita 
)an Peterson, Wichita 
Kent Peterson, El Dorado 
Timothy Petterson, Wichita 



Willian Petterson, Wichita 
Mary Pettit, Wichita 
Stephen Pharr, Leon 
Robert Phillips, Wichita 
Samuel Phillips, Wellington 
Wesley Phillips, Wichita 



Paul Piatte, Wichita 
Roger Pierce, Augusta 
Delila Pinkerton, Augusta 
|oe Piotrowski, Wichita 
Steven Place, El Dorado 
Frank Plummer, Cassoday 



Terry Poe, El Dorado 
Thomas Poe, El Dorado 
Wendell Pohl, Baldwin 
Victoria Ponder, Augusta 
James Pontious, Argoma 
Michael Powell, Wichita 



Danny Prewitt, El Dorado 
|ohn Prigmore, El Dorado 
Theresa Prilliman, Derby 
Charles Provo, El Dorado 
Hardie Pruitt, Wichita 
Reginald Pruitt, Wichita 



|ohn Purinton, Wichita 
Dianne Pybas, Towanda 
Lawrence Rader, El Dorado 
David Ragan, Sedgwick 
Cyrus Rahban, Tehran, Iran 
Rand Ralston, Augusta 



Judith Ratts, Augusta 
Lyman Ray, Wichita 
Al Redburn, Wichita 
Stephanie Reece, Rose Hil 
Frank Reed, Wichita 
Linda Reed, Benton 




Album 711 



Freshmen 




Richard Hill shuns Steve Calloway's legal advice in "The Deadly Came. 



Max Reed, Wichita 
Michael Reed, Topeka 
Ronald Reed, Benton 
Steve Reheis, Douglas 
Stephen Reighley, Wichita 
Don Reid, Wichita 



Richard Renard, Wichita 
Kathleen Resnik, Potwin 
lohn Reznicek, Marion 
Susan Rhyme, El Dorado 
Charles Richards, Holton 
Victoria Richards, El Dorado 



Mark Richardson, Milan 
Dougles Richey, El Dorado 
Douglas Rickard, Newton 
Sharon Rickords, Derby 
Glen Riedy, Hope 
Carolyn Riffel, Hope 



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Linda Riggs, Eureka 

Dennis Riley, El Dorado 

Chester Roach, Wichita 

Kenneth Robbins, Wichita 

Robert Robertson, Elberfeld, Indiana 

Vicki Robinson, El Dorado 



erry Rorie, Wichita 
erald Ross, Luray 
Linda Ross, Wichita 
Ronald (Terry) Ross, Wichita 
Dennis Roths, Wichita 
Daniel Rouse, Benton 



Carl Roush, Wichita 
Raymond Roush, Wichita 
Suzanne Roy, Wichita 
Kirby Rupert, Wichita 
Keith Rush, El Dorado 
Steven Russell, El Dorado 



112 Album 



Thomas Rutledge, Wichita 
Daniel Saile, Baldwin 
Charles Salts, Wichita 
John Samples, El Dorado 
David Sanders, Derby 
anet Saner, El Dorado 



)oel Sapp, Valley Center 
Richard Sardou, El Dorado 
Sandra Sarkett, Marion 
Randy Savage, Wichita 
Roger Savage, Wichita 
Karen Savute, Wichita 




Marsha Schweitzer, Topeka 
Robert Scott, Augusta 
Gary Seal, Rock 
Donald Seery, Wichita 
Marta Seimers, Wellington 
Kerry Sell, Wichita 



Ann Seward, Leon 
Christine Seward, Leon 
Connie Shaffer, Leon 
Gary Shaffer, Wichita 
Linda Shank, Wichita 
Harold Shaw, Wichita 



lames Shea, Wichita 
David Shepard, El Dorado 
Delbert Shepler, Latham 
Agnes Sherlock, El Dorado 
Lynn Shields, Wichita 
Danny Shipman, El Dorado 



Connie Shoemaker, El Dorado 
Lee Sibley, El Dorado 
Robert Siegrist, El Dorado 
Dennis Signer, Howard 
Nancy Sillin, Sterling 
Brenda Simonsen, Derby 



Michael Sims, Coyville 
Danny Skidmore, Augusta 
Ann Skradski, Augusta 
Alan Sleder, Salina 
Cleve Smith, Wichita 
Dorothy Smith, Wichita 




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Students "give that others may live." 



)udy Smith, Valley Center 
Kathy Smith, Augusta 
Michael Smith, Wichita 
Scott Smith, Wichita 
Steven B. Smith, Wichita 
Virginia Snead, Haysville 



Jane Snider, Wichita 
Douglas Snyder, Wichita 
Scott Snyder, Wichita 
Ada Soden, El Dorado 
Luis Solorio, El Dorado 
Karen Song, Brazil 



lohn Sooter, Derby 
Scott Sorensen, Wichita 
Richard Sowers, Leon 
Leland Spade, Admire 
William Spear, El Dorado 
Jacque Sphar, Leon 




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Allen Staats, Wichita 
Steven Stafford, Wichita 
Sherry Standlee, Augusta 
lohn Stapleford, Piedmont 
Craig Stephens, Derby 
Jane Stevens, Wichita 



Bobby Stewart, El Dorado 
Doris Stewart, El Dorado 
Leland Stewart, Derby 
Paul Stewart, Douglass 
Allen Stiger, Wichita 
Jacque Stiles, Wichita 



114 Album 



Joseph Storey, Wichita 
William Stowell, Olathe 
Nancy Strattan, Wichita 
Andrew Straw, Wichita 
Wayne Straw, Douglas 
Dennis St ric k I in. El Dorado 



Alan Stuart, Henngton 
Nancy Studebaker, Fredonia 
Linda Suhm, Wichita 
|ohn Sullivan, El Dorado 
James Summers, Towanda 
Warren Swafford, Wichita 



Diana Switt, El Dorado 
Jeff Swilley, El Dorado 
Larry Talbott, Wichita 
Marcia Talbott, Wichita 
Mel Tarrance, Wichita 
Shirley Tarter, El Dorado 



Terry Teel, Winfield 
Fedric Terrones, El Dorado 
Mary Terrones, El Dorado 
Kim Thatcher, Wichita 
Sandra Thissen, Augusta 
James Thompson, Cedar Point 




Lynna Thompson, El Dorado 
Susan Thompson, Wellington 
Waverly Thompson, Junction City 
Lloyd Tiffany, Lyndon 
Carol Tijerina, Wichita 
Terry Tilson. Whitewater 



Bill Toelkes, Augusta 
Billie Tolbert, Wichita 


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De Ann Triboulet, Molene 


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Mike Triboulet, Wichita 


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Gary Trippel, Wichita 
Richard Trombla, El Dorado 




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Rhonda Underwood, Wichita 
Carla Unruh, El Dorado 
Mary Van Arsdale, Towanda 
Duane Van Horn, El Dorado 
La Donna Van Meter, El Dorado 
Suzanne Van Sickle, Howard 



Vincent Vaughn, Enterprise 
Rex Vinette, Howard 
Edward Vohs, Wichita 
Judy Vossberg, Benton 
Christa Voth, Wichita 
Kristina Wadsworth, Sedgwick 



Opal Waggoner, Augusta 
Susan Waggy, El Dorado 
Kent Wagner, El Dorado 
Mark Wagner, El Dorado 
Mark Wakefield, Augusta 
Danny Wall, Wichita 



Album 115 





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Eat your heart out, "Bones" Nay. 



Janice Wall, Wichita 
Lorin Wallace, Jr., Towanda 
Michael Walter, Lecompton 
Richard Waltman, El Dorado 
Rhonda Ward, E. Dorado 
Ronald Ward, Augusta 



Robert Warner, Newton 

Leroy Warren, Wichita 

Charles Washington, Arcadia, Florida 

Alan Watson, Augusta 

Cynthia Webb, El Dorado 

Alice Weber, Burns 



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Leroy Weber, Rose Hill 
Timothy Weber, Topeka 
Gregory Weible, Wichita 
David Weishaar, Douglas 
Ted Weishaar, Piedmont 
Neil Welty, Wichita 



Rixey Wertenberger, Sabetha 
Steve Wescott, Lindsay, Oklahoma 
ames (David) West, Wichita 
Mark West, El Dorado 
Gary Whalen, Wichita 
Terry Wheeler, Augusta 



Stephen White, Wichita 
ames Whitesell, Clearwater 
Charles Whitney, Jr., Wichita 
Ted Whitson, Benton 
Irene Whitted, Potwin 
Pamela Wickers, Wichita 



116 Album 



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Gerald Wiens, Marion 
Victoria Wilberl, Derby 
John Wilkerson, Topeka 
Michael Willcut, El Dorado 
Patrick Willcut, El Dorado 
Eugena Willhite, Rosalia 



Wayne Willhite, Rosalia 
George Williams, Wichita 
Ion Williams, Augusta 
Katherinc Williams, El Dorado 
Michael E. Williams, Derby 
Michael Anthony Williams, Augusta 



Preston Williams, Topeka 
Ralph Williams, Edna 
Stephen Williams, Wichita 
Cathleen Wilson, El Dorado 
Maureen Wilson, Wichita 
Patricia Wilson, Wichita 



Steve Wilson, Caldwell 
Suzanne Wilson, El Dorado 
David Winesberry, Wichita 
Terry Winter, Emporia 
James Wohlgemuth, Wichita 
Lanny Wolf, Junction City 



Tana Wolfe, Wichita 

Carl Womack, Fort Knox, Kentucky 

Cheryl Woods, El Dorado 

Jack Word, El Dorado 

Charlene Wright, El Dorado 

Theresa Wu, Taipei 



David Wyckoff, Virgil 
John Yarbrough, Whitewater 
Robert Yarnall, El Dorado 
Karen Yenawine, Derby 
Floyd Yoho, Wichita 



Nancy York, Maize 
Sidney Young, Augusta 
Terry Young, Wichita 
Daryl Zogleman, Norwich 
Seyed Zokai, Iran 




Freshman girls eagerly await Power Puff game. 




Album 117 



Sophomores 




Floyd Beck, Wichita 

Industrial education 
Greg Benfer, Wichita 

Business 
Don Boyce, Rose Hill 

Business 
Karyl Casady, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 
|ohn Clampitt, Wichita 

Art 



Stephen Cochran, Valley 
Center 

Physical education 
Carl Coonrod, Wichita 

Architecture 
Roy Cramer, Healey 

Political science 
James Cyphers, Augusta 

Business 
David Dufek, Wichita 

Accounting 



Gary Fink, Wichita 

Dentistry 
David Foreman, Valley Center 

Construction 
Lucinda Garrison, Eureka 

Interior design 
Gary Gillett, Wichita 

Machine tooling 




Nick Girrens, Douglass 

law 
Kathleen Glaves, El Dorado 

Legal secretary 
Kerry Hembrec, Wichita 

Accounting 
Maureen Hoag, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 



Jarrold Johnson, Wichita 

Business administration 
Wanita Johnson, Wichita 

Education 
Beverly Jones, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Thomas Keehn, Wichita 

Business 



Mike Killough, Wichita 

Data processing 
James Knight, Wichita 

Secondary education 
Iva Korte, Augusta 

Sociology 
Rosemary Lauer, El Dorado 

Liberal arts 



118 Album 



Mary Long, Derby 

Secondary education 
Gary Lukens, Derby 

Data processing 
Gary Maloney, El Dorado 

Law 
Rick Maninger, Wichita 

Libertal arts 

Michael May, El Dorado 
Theatre 



Dean Mehler, Wichita 

Elementary education 
Anne Morrison, El Dorado 

Archeology 
|an Mauntz, Wellington 

Art 
Richard Newhouse, Wichita 

Chemistry 
David Owens, El Dorado 

lournalism 




William Phillipi, Junction City 

Business administration 
Kermite Pope, Madison 

Nursing 
Gail Ranger, El Dorado 

Elementary education 
Robert Schoeppe, Wichita 

Sociology 
]oe Steven, Wichita 

Mathematics and Science 



ames Turnbull, Topeka 

Liberal arts 
Rodney Trowbridge, 
Wichita 

Tool technology 
Howard Utz, |r., Wichita 

Business 
Donald Walsh, Wichita 

Business 
Debra Wilson, Towanda 

Elementary education 







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Freshmen 



David Adams, Virgil 
William Adams, Wichita 
Robert Andrew, El Dorado 
Sondra Angleton, Wichita 
Thomas Basinger, Wichita 
Mark Bass, Wichita 



David Beckner, El Dorado 
Arnold Benn, Wichita 
Larry Beyer, Strong City 
Danny Blaha, Wichita 
Particia Bogle, Wichita 
Vim Bowen, Piedmont 



Dillman Brendle, Wichita 
Dale Britton, Mulvane 
David Brown, Severy 
Robert Bucheit, Wichita 
David Burke, Wichita 
Dale Burleson, Derby 




Larry Ervin, Wichita 
Penny Fleetwood, Wichita 
Larry Frankenbery, Wichita 
Charles Garrison, Eureka 
James Carufo, Wichita 
Tom Giles, Wichita 



Mike Goodwin, Wichita 
Paul Graham, Kansas City 
Don Gray, Eureka 
Danny Greer, Newton 
Ron Griffith, Wichita 
Terry Grimes, Wichita 



Glen Hammes, Wichita 
Cindy Hardin, Newton 
Debbie Harrell, Derby 
Rupert Hays, Augusta 
Charles Hein, Wichita 
Clint Henry, Wichita 





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Gwendolyn Chance, Augusta 
Greg Chapman, Beloit 
Pat Cicciu, Rose Hill 
Kenneth Craig, Severy 
Darrell Crane, Wichita 
eanette Crane, El Dorado 



Gregory Crumley, Wichita 
Steven Cullison, Wichita 
Arthur Davidson, Hope 
Bruce Dawson, Wichita 
Paul Day, Osawatomie 
Cary Deiter, Maple Hill 



Larry De Lozier, Wichita 
im Dill, Wichita 
Gene Donnelly, Hope 
Walter Dugan, El Dorado 
Michael Dusenbery, Junction Ctiy 
John Dyer, Rosalia 




120 Album 



Philip Hu kman, II Dorado 
Omar Hodgens, El Dorado 
Oscar Holvoyd, Sedan 
Barbara House, Wichita 
Chris Hulman, Wic hita 
Mk hael Hutson, Leon 



Craig lahnke, Woodbine 
Randy Johnson, Wichita 
Ranny Jones, Wichita 
Ronnie Kaser, Wichita 
Ru hard Kelly, Augusta 
anice Kent, Wichita 





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Kerry Olson, Wichita 
Fred Pechin, Wichita 
Billy Pershall, El Dorado 
Gregory Phelps, Wichita 
Lawrence Philbrick, Owasso 
Paul Poe, El Dorado 



Robert Poland, Wichita 
Diane Purdin, Augusta 
Frank Ransberger, Wichita 

ohn Rawlings, El Dorado 

onnie Reeves, Wichita 
Gary Reuter, Massapeque, Ncu "i i irk 



Eugen Rich, Andover 
Steve Roberts, Wichita 
Richard Robertson, Wi< hita 
Marvin Sawyer, Wichita 
DaleSchafer, Wichita 
Douglas S( haible, V\ i( hita 



Album 121 




Jon Schlesinger, El Dorado 
John Schreiber, Augusta 
Duane Scribner, El Dorado 
Lany Shankleford, Wichita 
Jerrold Sheffler, Wichita 
Sharmon Sherraden, Abilene 



Rodger Sidener, Burns 
Donald Siemer, Wichita 
Brian Simmons, Augusta 
Cleve Smith, Wichita 
Rhonda Smith, Abilene 
Steve J. Smith, Burlingame 



Elden Solt, Belvue 
lames Strelow, Wichita 
Nicky Stewart, El Dorado 
Randall Tegtmeir, Wichita 
Carol Thornton, Augusta 
Charles Thompson, Wichita 



eanne Tripp, El Dorado 
Dennis Tuttle, Augusta 
Mark Tallman, Wichita 
Raymond Taylor, Towanda 
Larry Valverde, Wichita 



Donald Wasylk, El Dorado 
Rose Weinshilboum, Augusta 
Ricky Wenzel, Derby 
Ron Westphal, Wichita 
Danny Wiens, Wichita 



Sydney Wiley, Augusta 

Lance Wilson, El Dorado 
Mark Yearout, South Haven 
Thomas Zonitch, Wichita 
Nadene Reed, Towanda 




Randy Vestring 



Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Vestring of Burns, Randy 
was a 1969 graduate of Peabody High School. He died 
in a fatal car accident on November 5, 1969. 



Gone before to that unknown and silent shore. 

— Charles Lamb 



122 Album 




Junior college 
receives 
accreditation 



On April 8, 1970, Butler County Community 
Junior College received accreditation by the 
North Central Association of Colleges and Sec- 
ondary Schools. The junior college had worked 
toward the North Central accreditation for the 
past four years. The accreditation is positive 
assurance that instruction of our junior college 
is high and that credits will transfer to all four- 
year schools in the United States. The state ac- 
creditation team visited campus on April 20-22, 
in the process of renewing the state accredita- 
tion, which is done every ten years. Receptions 
were held by the faculty and by the board for 
the administrators and staff in celebration of 
the honors. 



Jeff Artz, student council president, and Mr. Kohls, facul- 
ty president, join President Walbourn in celebration 
festivities. 




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Spring 
Supplement 



The 1970 spring supplement of the 
yearbook, planned by the spring intro- 
duction to yearbook class, presents 
many of the major campus events. At 
left, "Those Arabian Nights" highlights 
the drama program; below, guest 
speaker, Vince Gibson, Kansas State 
coach, speaks to athletes at the annual 
sports banquets. On the opposite page, 
above, graduating sophomores join 
together for their last time as a class; 
lower right; Mike Penny passes the 
batton to Paul Graham in the mile re- 
lay; lower left, students dance to the 
sounds of "The Blue Things." 




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Track and Field Men 
Win Meets 



The Grizzly track squad participated in eight spring track 
meets from Texas and Arkansas to various parts of Kansas. 
For the third consecutive year the Butler thin-clads won 
both the Butler County Invitational Meet and the Kansas 
Jayhawk Cnference meet, breaking or tying records in 
several conference events. Butler County captured nine 
first places in conference competition. 

Paul Graham won the conference championship in the 
high hurdles and Bill Robertson in the shot put; the mile 
relay team and the 440 relay team also placed first in the 
conference. 

New conference records were established by John Corman 
in the mile run, by Jim Graham in the two-mile run, by 
Lloyd Tiffany in the javelin throw, and by Clardy Vinson in 
the 880-yard dash. John Corman, who placed second in the 
880, also ran under the previous record time. Jack Crowder 
tied the conference record in the 440-yard dash. 

Butler County holds the K.U. Relays record for the spring 
medley, team members being Crowder, W. L. Mitchell, 
Mike Penner, and Vinson. 

Fifteen men qualified to enter the National Junior College 
meet at Garden City where competition was stiff and many 
existing junior college records were broken. Paul Graham 
placed sixth in that meet in the high hurdles. 



Paul Graham, high hurdles. 



Mile Relay Team: Cary Deiter, Mike Penney, Mark Scarlett, 
and Jack Crowder. 



440 Relay Team: Paul Graham, W. L. Mitchell, Jack Crow- 
der, and Tony Anderson. 








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Jack Crowder, 440. 




Clardy Vinson, John Corman, 880. 



Jim Graham, two-mile 



National Meet Participants, FRONT ROW: Paul Graham, Jack Crowder, W. L. Mitchell, Tony Anderson, Jim Graham, Gerald 
Wiens, Keith Pharr; BACK ROW: Clardy Vinson, Douglas Carrington, Mark Scarlett, Cary Deiter, Mike Penney, Bill Robertson, 
Lloyd Tiffany, and John Corman. 




Spring sports 
expanded 



Three groups of students, involved in 
as many spring sports, drew increased 
attention to the multi-season college 
sports program. 

Under the direction of Coach Rems- 
berg, assisted by Coach Isom, 29 men 
participated in the track and field 
events. They attended eight meets, and 
with their coaches and other members 
of the college staff were hosts to the 
Butler County Invitational and the Jay- 
hawk Conference meets, both of 
which they won. 

Four men, with Coach Nay as their 
leader, entered a series of golf matches 
during the spring season. They placed 
seventh among 14 schools competing 
in the Jayhawk Junior College Confer- 
ence golf meet held at the American 
Legion Golf Course in El Dorado in 
May. 

For the first time at the college, several 
interested men organized a tennis in- 
tramural program with Coach Kohls as 
their official sponsor. These tennis en- 
thusiasts played a series of sets on avail- 
able courts to bring to the spring calen- 
dar one more sport that may gain fu- 
ture recognition. 




Golf Squad: Mark Richardson, Coach Nay, Galen McArthur, John 
Crowe, and Frank Gerberding. 




Tennis Squad: Tom Musgrave, Ed Briggs, Tom Knott, Steve Domann, 
Dick Price, Larry Ewart, and Doug Dennis. 



Track Squad; FRONT: Larry Holt, Ed Brewer, Ed Merstetter, Doug Carrington, Mike Penney, Jim Stever, Tom Barr, lohn Eliott, 
Jim Graham; SECOND ROW: Keith Pharr, Paul Graham, Jack Crowder, W. L. Mitchell, Tony Anderson, Jim Knott, Chris Con- 
ner, Rick Heise, Gerald Wiens, Coach Remsberg; THIRD ROW: Manager Steve Pharr, Clardy Vinson, Waverly Thompson, Steve 
May, Paul Day, Cary Deiter, Mark Scarlett, Alan Stuart, Bill Robertson, Bill Dinkle, Lloyd Tiffany, John Corman, and Coach Isom. 



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Awards 



Several students received awards for various 
achievements. Vicki Harvey and Dick Price 
were voted by fellow debaters at the National 
Junior College Forensics Meet as representa- 
tives of the finest qualities of inter-college fo- 
rensics. Bowling, theatre, drill team, and a spe- 
cial Award of Merit were other prizes. 



Vicki Harvey, Dick Price, and Coach Salem prize Bell-Scroggins 
Award. 




Larry Booth, Donna Keenan, Donna Cleaver, Scott Snyder, and 
Phil Church display winning bowling trophies. 




Carol Gillette is named Miss Drill Team of 1970. 




Mr. Patten presentes Kevin Graves the Master Craftsman Award Pres. Walbourn presents special Award of Merit to Dick Price 
in Theatre. for his contributions to the debate program. 

Spring Activities 129 




Mr. Chism serves at the art exhibit open house. 




Mr. Havel and Mr. Chism assist students with silk 
screen programs for the fine arts exhibit. 



Fine Arts 



The division of Fine Arts at Butler County Community 
Junior College brought to the students and the public 
the highlights of the academic year for each specific 
division. 

Opening the second "Student Annual" on April 19, the 
music department presented a concert of instrumental 
and vocal selections, under the direction of Robert 
Anderson and J. Thomas Dixon, respectively. 

On the following Sunday, the art student exhibit 
opened in the fine arts gallery, followed by a public 
reception, honoring the outstanding art students of the 
year, Robert Carter and Howard Jacobson. 

The drama department presented two plays during the 
spring semester. A children's play, "Those Arabian 
Nights," toured in the general area and was presented 
to over seven thousand viewers during the short run of 
the play. To conclude the "Student Annual," the dra- 
ma department presented the production of "J.B." 




Steve Calloway, Jim Scribner, Jan Mountz, and Richard Hill, starred 
in the children's play "Those Arabian Nights." 



130 Spring Activities 




Diana Hershberger, Dick Souders, David Longfellow, Richard Hill, Dale Nea- 
vi Me, Don Gilliland, and Patty Guy, in a portion of the cast from "J.B." 



Howard Jacobson and Robert Carter were 
named "Outstanding" Art students for the 
year. 



The art students enjoy a field trip to the Nelson Art Gallery; FRONT ROW: Robert Carter, Don Rice, Janine Brooks, Howard Ja- 
cobson, Jean Hetzke, Steve Calloway, Marilyn Daniels, Connie Bohon, Elden Solt; SECOND ROW: Janet Coplin, Jan Mountz, 
and Ken Drake. 





C&$¥ I 




Introduction to Yearbook class (before involving themselves in the 
mechanics of preparing the Spring Supplement) pose on a campus pho- 
tography excursion. Staff members: Terry Nelson, Jim Dill, )ean Hetzke, 
Pat Damarais, Linda Oldham, Larry Philbrick, and Roger Frazier. 




Special Events 



Students in applied music perform in first vocal- 
instrumental recital. ABOVE: Janice Osborne at 
the console; BELOW: Jim Scribner, accompanied 
by Mrs. Marsh, in voice. 







Dick Price, Charlene Dreiling, and Vicki Harvey as- 
sume major tasks in managing annual Bluestem 
Debate Tournament. 





Student body elected 
Council officers: Martha 
Brainard, Nancy Studebak- 
er, Roger Frazier, presi- 
dent; Roger Burton, Carol 
Arrington, and La Donna 
Van Meter. 



132 





Candlelight and dozens of multicolored roses 
set the stage for the annual spring prom held 
May 9. Students, faculty, and honored guests, 
numbering 170, attended the affair. Among the 
speakers were Glen Cunningham, former 
world record miler of Kansas University, Presi- 
dent E. J. Walbourn, and Jeff Artz, student 
council president and master of ceremonies. 
Entertainment was added by the Collegiate 
Singers and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clarkson, who 
sang a selection of popular songs including the 
theme "The Days of Wine and Roses." The 
prom, which highlighted the year's social activ- 
ities, concluded with a dance with music by the 
Blue Things. 





Academic Honors 

President's Honor Roll 



Students named to the President's 
Honor Roll achieve a 4.00 average 
during the semester. Linda Phares, 
pictured at right, was graduated with 
a 4.00 average. The others at right 
maintained this record for both fall 
and spring semesters. Those pic- 
tured below earned the honor for 
one semester. 



Linda Phares 
Karen Brower 
Donald Crupper 



Wendy Johnston 
Charlene Nichols 
LaDonna VanMeter 





li i 



Dean's Honor Roll 



Linda Dauber, 2 
Wilmatin Griffin, 1 
Alan Jackson, 2 
Judith Nelson, 1 
Janice Orton, 1 
Gordon Schneider, 1 



Frank Ransberger, 2 
Ann Seward, 2 
Connie Shoemaker, 2 
Marsha West, 2 
Diann Wiens, 2 
Charlene Wright, 2 



Students named to the Deans' Honor Roll main- 
tain a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.99 and are 
enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester. 

Those earning this honor for both semesters are 
Paula Beavers, Marylee Butcher, Donna Carlson, 
Marsha Compton, Terry Hawks, Jan Herrick, 
Barbara Hodler, Linda Linot, Kathy Lord, Brian 
Moobery, Cheryl Nickl, Nancy Olsen, and Colin 
Parry. 

Those named to the Deans' Honor Roll for the 
fall semester include Debra Berens, Linda Bird, 
Shari Broadstock, Bernard Buckman, Margaret 
Calvin, Barbara Conrod, John Corman, Patrick 
Doyle, Robert Drury, Roger Frazier, Barbara 
Gaines, Kathleen Glaves, Darlene Gronau, Tim 
Guhr, Jane Harms, Stan Kerr, Brenda Martin, 
Nancy McCreight, Jodi Megredy, Sandra Peck, 
Glenda Pennington, Rand Ralston, Charles Rich- 
ards, Helen Rockey, Clyde Shafer, Ann Seward, 
Lester Sherlock, Connie Shoemaker, Diana 
Swift, Jerry Tyler, Michael Walter, Diann Wiens, 
Cathleen Wilson, Charlene Wright, Robert Yar- 
nall, and Thomas Young. 



Those named to the Deans' Honor Roll for the 
spring semester include Wayne Baker, Shelley 
Bracken, Pamela Bullock, Harold Burleson, Ara 
Ann Carter, Douglas Chambers, Julia Chin, Mi- 
chael Crawford, George Creegan, Stephen 
Domann, David Dufek, Walter Dugan, Brenda 
Fox, Norris Garlow, Harold Girrens, Jack Gooldy, 
Kevin Graves, Sheryl Greiving, Mohammed 
Hadi, Glen Hammes, Maureen Hoag, Pamela 
Hoch, Phillip Hudson, Wayne Jones, Joseph 
Krsnich, Page Lewis, Gary Maloney, Loren Nes- 
mith, Janice Orton, Terry Poe, Richard Price, 
Karen Riley, Gordon Schneider, Clayton Shaw, 
Barbara Smith, Sherry Standlee, Sandra Thissen, 
Gary Turner, Charles Van Dever, Charles Wash- 
ington, and Cathleen Wilson. 

In addition, 72 students received honorable 
mention by earning a grade point average of 
3.00 to 3.49 for the first semester, and 204 earned 
like honors for the second semester. 




Order of the Purple — FRONT ROW: James Roglin, Jerry Tyler, 
Wayne Baker, Wayne Jones, John Corman, SECOND ROW: Ge- 
neva Newcom, Donna Carlson, Linda Phares, Kathleen Glaves, 
Marsha West, Agnes Sherlock, Diann Wiens, Shari Broadstock. 
THIRD ROW: Marylee Butcher, Betty Welday, Carol Fuller, Debra 
Berens, Barbara Conrod, Paula Beavers, Barbara Sue Hodler, 
Cheryl Nickl, Linda Linot, Charlene Nichols. FOURTH ROW: 
Dennis Post, Michael Hall, Stephen Domann, Keith Pharr, Gary 
Turner, Donald Crupper, Lester Sherlock, Loren Nesmith. AT 
RIGHT: Wayne Baker, Marsha Compton, Richard Price, Elaine 
Rockey. 



Order of the Purple 




Thirty-four members of the 1970 graduat- 
ing sophomores were named to the socie- 
ty. A student must have achieved a 3.25 
grade point average on a 4.00 basis and 
must have been enrolled at Butler County 
Community Junior College for one full 
year. To date, 329 students in the history 
of the school have received certificates of 
memberships into the society. The faculty 
recognized these students with a dinner 
in the Blue Room May 5. Barbara Conrod 
and Debra Berens were named co-recipi- 
ents of the Cron History Award, which 
Mr. Eugene Adams, representative of the 
Butler County Historical Society, present- 
ed at the Order of Purple banquet. 



Mr. Isom, Barbara Conrod, Debra Berens, and Mr. Eugene 

Adams. 



Spring Activities 135 




ABOVE: Geniece Lavenant and )udy Booker care for a 
patient on "White Uniform Day," last day of students' 
hospital clinical experience. AT RIGHT: Mrs. Mettler 
pins school pin on Kermit Pope. BELOW: Front: Gene- 
va Newcom, Judy Patterson, Alma Partridge, Ethne 
Barnes, Geniece Lavenant, Dana Donovan. BACK: Mrs. 
Mettler, Judy Booker, Kermit Pope, Idessa Riley, Miss 
Whitson. 





136 Spring Act 





Commencement 



The 1970 commencement exercises recognized 
217 students who had completed requirements 
for their Associate Degrees. A unique portion 
of the graduating class is the group of nursing 
students who receive their degrees and are 
thus eligible to write the state board examina- 
tion to become registered nurses. Kermit Pope 
had the distinction of being the first graduating 
male nurse at Butler County. 

Another "first" was the use of caps and gowns, 
of a synthetic material, that became the souve- 
nir of the graduate. At left Linda Allen gets as- 
sistance from Mr. McKinney in donning her 
gown. Above, the graduates are the center of 
attention as Dr. Gene Conklin, vice president 
of Sterling College, addresses the audience. 



Spring Activities 137 







Class o 


f 1970 








ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE 






Melinda Leigh Algrim 


Nancy Louise Engels 


Owen Lee Martin 


Rebecca Lee Schmidt 




Linda Sue Allen 


Gerald Lee Erikson 


William Robert Martindale 


Steven Allen Scholl 




Thomas Dean Anderson 


Robert Steven Fabian 


Harry L. McClure 


Newton Randall Schuler 




Alan Jeffrey Artz 


Edna Mary Fehrenbach 


Nancy Jo McCreight 


Morlene Mae Schwartz 




Wayne Eugene Baker 


Carol Louise Fuller 


Ava Kay McDowell 


Roger Wayne Scott 




Ethne Jeanine Barnes 


Norris Eugene Garlow 


Linda Sue McEachern 


John Michael Sheaks 




James Thomas Barr 


*Richard Earl Gimple 


Connie Jean Mensch 


Agnes A. Sherlock 




*Debra Lee Berens 


Barbara Jean Glennie 


Deborah Lynn Mercer 


Lester Dale Sherlock 




Dennis Lee Berner 


*James Clayton Graham 


John Walter Meyersick 


Robert Darrel Shipman 


J 


Pamela Benelle Bertram 


Randall Joe Graham 


Dennis Copeland Mosier 


Jack Eugene Sloderbeck, Jr. 


*Jane Elizabeth Biggs 


♦Kevin Lee Graves 


Sandra Jo Murphy 


Leta Kathryn Smith 


' 


Linda Kathleen Bird 


Donald Duane Grier 


Sharilyn Dee Murphy 


Alan Mark Snyder 


Bruce Alan Bland 


Mohammed Hadi 


Edward Allen Myers 


Ellen Elizabeth Sprecher 


r*^fe. 


Judy Kay Booker 


♦Michael Dean Hall 


*Loren F. Nesmith, Jr. 


Jill Eugena Stackley 




Shari Jo Broadstock 


Timothy Mitchell Hamilton 


Geneva Pearl Newcom 


Ronald Leslie Starkel 




*Rebecca Jane Brown 


*Karan Sue Hartman 


Charlene Elzora Nichols 


William Earl Sutter 


f 


*Marylee Butcher 


*Terry Foster Hawks 


Curtis Allen Nickel 


David Nordeen Tarman 




David Jerome Callaway 


Barbara Sue Hodler 


Cheryl Elaine Nickl 


Sara Jane Tate 




Douglas Lee Carrington 


Micheal Eugene Hogue 


Dan Dae Nietfeld 


Carrie Jean Turner 




Robert Alden Carter 


Gary Jay Holstin 


Janice Pauline Osborne 


Gary Lynn Turner 




Robin Clarence Carter 


Cordelia Snell Holem 


Susan Jean Pangrac 


Jerry Wayne Tyler 




Larry Gail Casady 


Ruth Louise Hollis 


Colin Bruce Parry 


Johanna Margaretha 




Larry Roland Cervantes 


Richard Lee Hunt 


Alma D. Partridge 


VanderWeele 




Richard Lee Ciemny 


Terry Joe Hutter 


Roger Franklin Pearson 


Louisa Wilhelmina 




Robert James Collier 


Howard Dean Jacobson 


Ray Dean Penner 


VanderWeele 




Marsha Ann Compton 


Rhonda Lea Kellerman 


Katherine Dianne Perkins 


Clardy B. Vinson 




*Barbara Lynn Conrod 


Saleem Iqbal Khan 


Ronald Dean Peterson 


Gilbert John Wagner, Jr. 




♦John Franklin Corman 


William Edward Kinkade 


♦Linda Sue Phares 


Karen Sue Wagner 




Murray Glenn Cox 


Kelsey Gordon Kiser, Jr. 


♦Kenneth Keith Pharr 


♦Betty Ann Welday 




Michael Thomas Crawford 


Marilyn Sue Knisal 


Barbara Jean Poole 


Diann Fern Wiens 




George Edward Creegan 


Juanita Shirley Knudsen 


Deborah Ann Poole 


Dennis Raymond Wilcox 




Norman Robert Cullop 


David Michael Lacer 


Kermit Linne Pope 


Gary Lee Williams 




Darlene N. Dauber 


Douglas Lawrence Lamb 


Dennis Walter Post 


Gary Richard Williams 




William Thomas Davis 


Karen Ann Lamb 


♦Richard Charles Price 


Floyd LeRoy Winter 




Marilyn Jean Diver 


Dale Lewis Lauer 


Larry Joseph Prichard 


Thomas Galen Young 




Douglas Dale Donley 


Geniece G. Lavenant 


Terry Lee Rawlings 


Theodore Thomas 




Dana Dee Donovan 


Eldon Craig Lawyer 


William Vance Reynolds 


Zimmerman, Jr. 




Patrick Hugh Doyle 


Thelma Lorraine Lee 


♦Donald Keith Rice 






Julie Ann Drews 


Brenda Lee Leigh 


Idessa Isabela Riley 






Cathie Jean Durnil 


Samuel Charles Lindeman 


Karen Sue Riley 






Stephen M. Earll 


Jimmie Wayne Linder 


Susan Ruth Robinson 






Kenneth Darryl Eaves 


*Linda Mae Linot 


Helen Elaine Rockey 






Lucynda Lynne Ellings 


Austin William Lowry 


Clyde Nickolas Roths 








ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE 






Vicki Sue Anderson 


Linda Sue Dauber 


Wayne Richmond Jones 


James Kenneth Short 




Michael Donn Baker 


Alan Duane Dodson 


David Eric Lawrence 


Michael Justin Spradlin 




Paula Sue Beavers 


Stephen Wayne Domann 


Gerald Edwin Ludwick 


Steven Eugene Starr 




Steven Leroy Bohannan 


David Archie Dowell 


Brian Leslie Mack 


James Arthur Stever 




Peter James Bonnel 


Sandra Rae Dudley 


Larry Wayne Markley 


Kenneth M. Talley 




Shelley Rue Bracken 


Thomas Larry England 


Kent Dale Matz 


Rodney Lee Trowbridge 




Terry James Brown 


Gary Wayne Gillett 


Dennis Jerome May 


Charles Lloyd Vandever 




Victor Lynn Bruce 


♦Kathleen Elizabeth Glaves 


Vicki Jean Michal 


Ronald Devine Walford 




David Allan Bump 


Roy Gene Groat 


Darrel Gene Nixon 


Frederick Levern Wells 




Donna Jeanne Carlson 


Janice Kay Hammer 


Alan Lynn Perkins 


♦Marsha Kay West 




Fred Michael Carver 


Philip Dean Hudson 


Daniel Lee Pickett 






Ricky Norman Chambers 


Ronald Lee Hull 


Tommy Gene Randall 






Donna Jean Cleaver 


Charles S. Ilsley 


James Theodore Roglin 






Delbert Frank Crowl, Jr. 


Randall Dale Janzen 


Ace Alfred Schroer 






♦Donald Perry Crupper 


Larry Edward Johnson 


Lester Dale Sherlock 






♦Elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Coll 


eges. 




s!!53E5!^tXJrtOS 


inty Community Junior College has graduated 2561 students 


n its forty-three years. 



Index 



-A- 

\braham, Ron, 82 

\dams, David, 120 

^DAMS, E. F., 79 

\DAMS, JR., FELIXE.,47, 74 

^dams, William, 120 

^dkins, Max, 98 

\hon, Alan, 98 

Vguilera, Margaret, 82 

\itken, Judith, 26, 36, 98 

Mdrich, Kerry, 98 

Vlgrim, Melinda, 28, 82 

\\\en, LaNora,98 

\\\en, Linda, 82 

Vllen, Steve, 98 

Allison, Terry, 98 

kmos, Rodger, 98 

VNDERSONJOHN R.,65, 74 

\nderson, Tony, 40, 41, 42, 

43, 44, 82 
ANDERSON, ROBERT D., 18, 

74 
Anderson, Thomas, 82 
Anderson, Vicki, 82 
Kndrew, Robert, 120 
'mgleton, Sondra, 120 
'mgulo, Michael, 82 
\RBOGAST, BURLT.,74 
Krgersinger, Craig, 98 
Armstrong, Rick, 98 
\RNOLD, GENER.,40, 70, 74 
Arnold, Janet, 26, 98 
\rnold, Maria, 82 
\rtz, Jeffrey, 20, 21,32, 67,82 
\rrington, Carol, 10, 12, 26, 

36,98 
Ukins, Ronald, 120 
Ukisson, Randall, 82 
Austin, Charles, 82 
kutry, David, 98 
Vyers, Max, 98 

— B — 

iachman, Mary Ann, 98 
1AILEY, PAT, 81 
iaird, Geraldine, 82 
Jaker, Bruce, 98 
taker, Michael, 82 
taker, Sandra, 98 
iaker, Wayne, 82 
Sales, Bob, 98 
Jail, Michael, 98 

all, Randy, 82 
iallard, Joseph, 27, 98 
lallew, Dennis, 98 
llanister, Vicki, 37,98 
ianks, Susan, 98 
iannon, Glen, 98 
iarbe, Richard, 98 
larber, Rebecca, 98 

arger, Gary, 98 
larker, Michael, 98 

arnes, Ethne, 24,82 

arr, Kenneth, 82 

arr, Thomas, 51, 82 
larrett, Brad, 98 

arta, Thomas, 98 



Barton, Gary, 99 
Basinger, Thomas, 120 
Bass, Mark, 120 
Beavers, Paula, 26, 35, 82 
Beck, Floyd, 118 
Beckner, David, 120 
Bell, Sandra, 99 
Bell, William, 99 
Benfer, Gregory, 120 
Benigas, Thomas, 23, 83 
Benn, Arnold, 120 
Berens, Debra, 83 
Bergkamp, Tom, 99 
Berner, Dennis, 83 
Bernhardt, Roger, 41,83 
Bertram, Benelle, 83 
Beverly II, Cecil, 27, 41, 99 
Beyer, Larry, 120 
Biby, Warren, 99 
BIDWELL, WILLIAM, 22, 23, 

74 
Biggs, Jane, 34, 83 
Bird, Kathleen, 28, 83 
Bishop, Sondra, 99 
Black, Dan, 27 
Black, John, 99 
Blaha, Danny, 120 
Blain, Linda, 99 
Blakely, Patricia, 99 
Bland, Bruce, 83 
BLAND, VICTOR E, 74 
BLOCKCOLSKI, LEWIS R., 74 
Blunt, Randall, 99 
BOATRIGHT, GARY L., 74 
Bode, Linda, 83 
Bogle, Jim, 83 
Bogle, Ratrica, 120 
Bohannan, Steve, 83 
Bohon, Connie, 99 
Bohon, Kenny, 99 
BOLAND, BARBARA, 74 
Bonnel, Peter, 27, 83 
Bonner, David, 99 
Bonner, Timothy, 99 
Bonser, Roger, 83 
Book, Carol, 26, 99 
Booker, Judy, 24, 83 
Booth, Kathryn,99 
Booth, Larry, 32, 99 
Borg, Edward, 99 
Boswell, Joyce, 99 
Bottorff, Randall, 99 
Boucher, Ray, 99 
Boucher, Louise, 99 
Bourne, Cathy, 99 
Bowen, Kelley, 83 
Bowen, Jim, 99, 120 
Bowers, Gerald, 99 
Bowling, Jack, 99 
Bowser, Kenston,83 
Box, Ronald, 99 
Boydston, Michael, 28, 29, 32, 

33, 35, 99 
BOYS' DORM, 27 
Bracken, Shelley, 83 
Brainard, Martha, 26, 32, 37, 

99 
Brake, Vickie, 99 
Branam, James, 83 
BRANDNER, PATRICIA, 74 
Bratton, Dixie, 99 
Brazill, Cindy, 99 



Brandon, Lyle, 41,43, 44, 54, 

83 
Brendle, Dillman,120 
Brewer, Edwin, 99 
Brewer, Jr., James, 99 
Briggs, Edgar, 27, 40, 99 
BRINKMEYER, JAY, 74 
Brittain, Michael, 83 
Britton, Dale, 120 
Broadstock, Shari, 20, 32, 83 
Brockmeir, Eugene, 83 
BROOKS, EUGENE, 79 
Brooks, Janine, 36, 99 
Brower, Karen, 99 
Brown, Bruce, 99 
Brown, Connie, 99 
Brown, Daniel, 99 
Brown, David, 120 
Brown, Florentine, 99 
Brown, Gerald, 83 
Brown, Joe, 99 
Brown, John, 99 
Brown, Mark, 99 
Brown, Rebecca, 2, 11, 12, 20, 

32, 36, 83 
Brown, Terry, 83 
Browning, Jerry, 31, 99 
Bruner, Cheryl, 99 
Brush, William, 83 
Bryant, Eddie, 99 
Bryant, James, 99 
Bucheit, Robert, 120 
Buckman, Bernard, 83 
Bullock, Pamela, 20, 99 
Bupp, Jerry, 99 
Burch, Darrell,99 
Burden, Charles, 99 
Burke, David, 120 
Burleson, Dale, 120 
Burnett, Mona,99 
Burnison, Robert, 100 
Burns, Johnny, 30, 31,100 
Burrows, Larry, 83 
Burton, Rodger, 30, 100 
BUSINESSCLUB, 25 
Buskirk, Steve, 100 
Butcher, Marylee, 83 
BUTLER, MICHAEL W., 32, 74 
Butts, Lionell, 100 

— C- 

Calhoon, Steve, 100 
Callahan, Michael, 100 
Callaway, David, 46, 47, 49, 83 
Callaway, Steven, 3, 100 
Calvin, Janice, 100 
Calvin, Margaret, 83 
Campbell, Nicky, 83 
Campbell, Ronnie, 83 
Carlisle, Nancy, 36, 100 
Carlson, Donna, 26, 83 
Carlyle, Daniel, 100 
Carmichael, James, 41, 42, 100 
Carnahan, Mary, 100 
Carr, Cynthia, 100 
Carne, Robert, 100 
Carr, Randall, 83 
Carrington, Douglas, 84 
Carroll, Camille, 100 
Carroll, Renee, 34 
Carter, Ara, 84 



Carter, Robert, 84 
Carter, Robin, 84 
Carver, John, 84 
Casady, Karyl, 122 
Casady, Larry, 84 
Catlin, Dale, 100 
Cawthorn, San, 84 
Cervantes, Larry, 84 
Chambers, Douglas, 84 
Chambers, Larry, 100 
Chambers, Rick, 84 
Chambers, Robert, 40, 100 
Champion, Horace, 100 
Chance, Gwendolyn, 120 
Chandler, Larry, 100 
Chapman, Gregory, 120 
CHASE, RICHARD, 79 
CHEERLEADERS, 37 
Chestnut, David, 84 
Chin, Julia, 100 
CHISM, ROBERT H., 74 
Chlumsky, Clyde, 84 
CHOENS, JOY, 28, 74 
Church, Kenneth, 100 
Church, Philip, 35,84 
Cicciu, Patricia, 120 
CIRCLE K, 33 
Clampitt, John, 118 
Clark, Cary, 41,100 
Clark, John, 84 
Clark, Lindsay, 84 
Clark, Terry, 100 
Clayton, Charles, 100 
Cleaver, Donna, 84 
CLEVELAND, JOHN, 80 
Cline, Carmen, 100 
Cloyed, Stephen, 100 
Cochran, James, 100 
Cochran, Stephen, 118 
Cocking, Sally, 26, 36, 100 
Coffman, Alan, 84 
Cofield, Jerry, 100 
Colbert, Thomas, 100 
Cole, Rene, 100 
COLLEGIATE 4-H, 29 
COLLEGIATE SINGERS, 4 
Collier, Robert, 20, 30, 84 
Collins, Michael, 84 
Compton, Marsha, 84 
Conner, Chris, 100 
Conrod, Barbara, 20, 85 
COONROD, BARBARA, 80 
Coonrod, Carl, 118 
Cooper, Rickey, 100 
Coplin, Janet, 85 
Copp, Elaine, 85 
Corbin, Karen, 84 
Cordry, Sheldon, 85 
Corman, John, 12, 20, 30, 45, 

50,51,54,85 
Corrigan, Michael, 100 
COSTIN, GRACE, 81 
Cowan, Leon, 41, 101 
Cowell, Ronald, 85 
Cowger, Robert, 85 
Cox, James, 85 
Cox, Marilyn, 101 
Cox, Michael, 85 
Cox, Murray, 27, 32, 85 
Coyne, Tom, 27, 41, 101 
Crabtree, Larry, 101 
Craig, Larry, 101 



ndex — 139 



Craig, Kenneth, 120 
Cramer, Gary, 85 
Cramer, Roy, 118 
Crane, Jeanette, 120 
Crawford, Michael, 30, 85 
Creegan, George, 85 
Crist, Dean, 101 
Crook, Samuel, 101 
Cross, Carrol, 40, 42, 43, 101 
Crowder, Jack, 101 
Crowl, Delbert,85 
Crumley, Gregory, 120 
Crupper, Donald, 85 
Cullison, Steven, 120 
Culp, James, 101 
CUMMINS, WILLIAM C, 73 
Cunningham, Gene, 101 
Cunningham, Rebecca, 101 
Cushman, Roy, 101 
Cutsinger, Linsey, 101 
Cyphers, James, 118 

-D- 

Dameron, Floyd, 101 
Damon, Larry, 101 
Daniels, David, 101 
Daniels, Marilyn, 26, 35, 36, 

101 
Darrow, James, 51, 101 
Dauber, Darlene, 85 
Dauber, Linda, 20, 36, 85 
Da Vee, Douglas, 85 
Davidson, Arthur, 120 
Davidson, Pamela, 101 
Davis, Carl, 101 
DAVIS, MARY, 24, 75 
Davis, Willam Rex, 101 
Davis, William Thomas, 85 
Davison, Jody, 101 
Dawson, Burce, 120 
Day, Cheryl, 101 
Day, Daniel, 101 
Day, Paul, 120 
Day, Roxanne, 36, 101 
Dearth, Donald, 101 
Decker, Darrel, 101 
Deines, Maurita, 26, 34, 101 
Deiter, Cary,120 
Delozier, Larry, 120 
Demarais, Patricia, 101 
DEMOCRATS, 32 
Dennet, Debra, 32, 101 
Dennis, Douglas, 20, 27, 85 
Dennis, Reid, 101 
Desmarteau, Duryea, 101 
Devlin, Robert, 51, 101 
Devlin, William, 51,101 
DEVORE,ARLENE,80 
Dial, Richard, 85 
Dick, Gary, 101 
Dickerson, Ron, 101 
Dietz, Donna, 101 
Dietz, Jeanne, 101 
Dill, Jimmy, 120 
Diller, Eugene, 101 
Dimick,Glen,40, 101 
Dinkel, William, 27, 41,101 
Diver, Gary, 101 
Diver, Marilyn, 85 
DIXON, J. THOMAS, 75 
Dodson, Duane, 85 



Doll, Jonathan, 85 
Domann, Donna, 101 
Domann, Stephen, 85 
Donley, Douglas, 40, 85 
Donovan, Dana, 24, 85 
Dorr, Robert, 101 
DOTY, MARTHA, 75 
Douglas, Gary, 101 
Douglas, Ann, 101 
Donnelly, Gene, 120 
Dowell, David, 85 
Doyle, Karen, 101 
Doyle, Patrick, 85 
Drake, Kenneth, 101 
Dreiling, Charlene, 101 
Drews, Phillip, 101 
Dreyer, Lonnie, 85 
DRILL TEAM, 36 
Drury, Robert, 85 
Dudgeon, Bradley, 101 
Dufek, David, 118 
Dugan, Walter, 120 
DUNCAN, MARTHA, 57, 80 
Duncan, Randall, 85 
Duncunson II, John, 47, 48, 

101 
Dunn, Mark, 85 
Dunn, Stephen, 85 
Dunn, Wallace, 101 
Durnil, Cathie, 86 
Dusenbery, Michael, 120 
Dutt, Rod, 27, 41,43, 54, 67, 

86 
Dyer, Jon, 120 

-E- 

Earll, Dennis, 102 
Eaton, Joseph, 86 
Eaves, Kenneth, 86 
Ecton, Danny, 102 
Edberg, Dwight, 102 
Edwards, Belinda, 102 
Edwards, Jr., Fred, 102 
Edwards, James, 102 
Edwards, Vernon, 102 
Eller, Michael, 46, 47, 102 
Ellin gs, Lucynda, 36, 86 
Elliot, John, 27, 51, 102 
Elliot, Roger, 86 
Ellis, David, 86 
Emerson, Druce, 86 
Emrich, Dennis, 86 
Engel, James, 102 
Engels, Gary, 102 
Engels, Nancy, 20, 26, 35,86 
Engle, Merle, 102 
ENGINEERS' CLUB, 30 
Engstrom, Alan, 102 
ENSZ, ROLAND, 75 
Ensz, Rodney, 86 
ERIKSON, DARREL, 75 
Erikson, Gerald, 86 
Ervin, Larry, 120 
Evans, Clinton, 86 
Evenson, Barbara, 102 
Everson, Candi, 26, 102 
Ewart, Larry, 33, 47, 102 

— F— 

Fabian, Robert, 86 



Fagan, James, 102 
Faidley, Nolan, 102 
Fanello, Robert, 102 
Farmer, Michael, 86 
Farres, Pamela, 102 
Fawcett, Richard, 26, 86 
Fehrenbach, Edna, 35, 86 
Fehrenbach, Paul, 35, 102 
Ferren, Dave, 86 
Fewin, Lutrecia, 34, 102 
Fields, Bruce, 102 
Fillmore, Gary, 102 
Fink, Gary, 118 
Fink, Marion, 102 
Fisher, Deborah, 32,86 
Fleetwood, James, 86 
Fleetwood, Penny, 120 
Finney, Michael, 102 
Flory, Dave, 87 
Flowers, David, 51, 102 
FLYING CLUB, 31 
Foltz, Roger, 87 
Foreman, David, 118 
Forrest, Conley, 102 
Fox, Brenda, 26, 36, 102 
Fox, Robert, 87 
Fraizer, Kathryn, 102 
Frankenberry, Larry, 120 
Franklin, Carole, 102 
Frazier, Roger, 20, 98, 102 
Freeman, Cheryl, 26, 102 
Freeman, Pamela, 87 
Freeman, Valerie, 26, 87 
Frey, Mark, 102 
Friedman, Michael, 87 
FRIESEN,LOIS, 80 
FRITZLER, VIRGINIA, 80 
Fuller, Carol, 87 
FULLER, CHARLES,75 
Fuller, David, 102 
Fullerton, Phillip, 102 
Fulton, William, 103 
Funk, Victor, 103 

— G— 

Gabbert, Donita, 103 
Gaines, Barbara, 103 
Gaines, Saundra, 103 
Galbraith, Patrick, 87 
Gardner, Constance, 103 
Gardner, Fred, 103 
Garlow, Norris, 87 
Garretson, David, 103 
Garrison, Charles, 118 
Garrison, Lucinda, 118 
Garufo, James, 120 
Gean, Jerry, 103 
Geese, David, 40, 43, 87 
Gentner, Patricia, 103 
George, JoAnn, 103 
Gerberding, Frank, 27, 40, 103 
Gibbs, Richard, 103 
Giffin,Garet,103 
Giles, Thomas, 120 
Gillette, Carol, 20, 26, 32, 36, 

87 
Gillett, Gary, 118 
Gillis, Gary, 103 
Gilliland, Freddie, 103 
Gilmer, Gregory, 87 
Gimple, Richard, 20, 30,87 



GIRLS'CHORUS,4 
GIRLS' DORM, 26 
Girrens, Nicholas, 118 
Gladfelter, Stephen, 87 
Glaves, Kathleen, 118 
Glendening, Michael, 103 
Glennie, Barbara, 32, 87 
Goeken, Warren, 103 
Gooch, Michael, 103 
GOOD, ARDEN, 75 
Good, Christian, 103 
Good, Glenn, 103 
Goodman, Arthur, 87 
Goodman, Sharon, 28, 31, 103 
Goodwin, James, 120 
Gould, Brooks, 103 
Govan, Donald, 87 
Graham, James, 2, 12, 14, 20, 

45,51,54,87 
Graham, Paul, 46, 47, 49, 120 
Graham, Randal, 87 
Graham Jr., William, 103 
Grattan, Christine, 26, 103 
Graul, Terry, 103 
Graves, Kevin, 32,33, 34,87 
Graves, Richard, 41, 44, 103 
Gray, Deborah, 103 
Gray, Don, 120 
Green, Roger, 87 
Greenlee, William, 87 
Greer, Danny, 120 
GREGORY, RICHARD L., 30, 

75 
Greenwell, Charles, 87 
Greer, Danny, 103 
Griffith, Ron, 120 
Gregg, Willamine, 103 
Greiving, Sheryl, 20, 26, 35, 

36,87 
Griekspoor, Cecil, 87 
Griffin, Richard, 103 
Griffin, Wilmatine, 87 
Grimes, Terry, 120 
Grimwood, Tom, 103 
Groat, Roy, 87 
Gronau, Darlene, 103 
Grove, Michial, 103 
Groves, Brenda, 103 
Guhr,Tim,103 
Gunn, Richard, 103 
Guyot, Joel, 103 
Guy, Darnella, 103 
Guy, Patricia, 103 

— H- 

Haas, Katheryn, 103 
Hackler, Berniece, 103 
Hackler, Berta, 103 
Hadi, Mohammed, 87 
HADLEY, MICHAEL, 75 
Haines, Paul, 33, 87 
HALL, FRANCIS, 80 
Hall, Michael, 30, 87 
Hall, Stanely, 103 
Hall, Tim, 103 
Hallgren, Randall, 27, 103 
Hamilton, Michael, 103 
Hamilton, Susan, 26, 103 
Hamilton, Timothy, 87 
Hamm, Charles, 31 
HAMMEL,G.W.,79 



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Hammer, Janice, 87 
Hammond, Steven, 103 
Hammes, Glenn, 120 
Hansen, Richard, 103 
Hanson, Dennis, 103 
Hardin, Cindy, 120 
Harmon, Harold, 103 
Harms, )ane, 103 
Harp, Mary, 87 
Harreld, Michael, 33, 87 
Harrell, David, 103 
Harrell, Debbie, 120 
HARRIS, C.H., 80 
Harris, Jr., Fred, 104 
Harris, Harold, 104 
Harris, Michael, 38,46,47, 

104 
Harris, Perry, 87 
Harrison, Bill, 104 
Harrison, James, 88 
Hartman, Karan, 20, 26, 32, 

37, 67, 88 
Hartschen, Dean, 104 
Hartshorn, Tommy, 104 
Hartwell, Lawrence, 104 
Harvey, Vicki, 20, 32, 88 
Haskell, Linda, 29, 104 
Haslett, Michael, 88 
Haukos, Deborah, 104 
Hauser, Marc, 104 
Hauserman, Darold, 88 
HAVEL, LYNN, 18, 75 
Hawks, Drew, 104 
Hawks, Terry, 88 
Hawzipta, Leon, 104 
Haynes, William, 104 
Hays, Rupert, 120 
Hedges, Alan, 104 
Hedgpeth, Karen, 88 
Heinz, Marvin, 88 
Heise, Rick, 40, 54, 104 
Hein II, Charles, 120 
Heitzenrater, Susan, 104 
Helmer, Galen, 104 
Hembree, Kerry, 118 
Henderson, Gregory, 104 
Hendricks, Denise, 98, 104 
Hendricks, Sheldon, 88 
Henline, Deborah, 26, 32, 37, 

88 
Henry, Clint, 120 
Hensley, Darrel, 104 
Herman, Steve, 104 
Herrick, Jan, 26, 104 
Herron, Gary, 104 
Hershberger, Diana, 26, 104 
HESS, BEVERLY, 81 
Hetzke, Jean, 104 
Hickman, Daniel, 40, 88 
Hickman, Phillip, 121 
Hickman, Randy, 104 
HIEBERT, CLYDE, 75 
Hiebert, Deborah, 104 
Higgins, Tom, 104 
Higgs, David, 104 
Hill, Bruce, 104 
Hill, Jerry, 105 
Hill, Richard, 3, 18, 22, 88 
Hill, Scotty, 88 
Hill, Terry, 105 
Hills, Mary, 105 
Hisle, Linda, 105 



Hittle, Thomas, 105 
Hobbs, David, 105 
Hoag, Maureen, 118 
Hobbs, Kathryn, 105 
Hoch, Pamela, 105 
Hodgens, Omar, 121 
Hodler, Barbara, 10, 12, 15, 

26, 28, 32, 88 
Hoepher, Dean, 105 
Hoge, Gary, 105 
Hogue, Micheal, 32,33,88 
Hoheisel, Joseph, 105 
Holdaway, James, 105 
Holdeman, Delvin, 105 
Holem, Cordelia, 88 
Holland, Robert, 27, 105 
Holliday, Janet, 105 
Hollis, Daniel, 88 
Hollis, Ruth, 88 
Holloway, Robert, 88 
Holstin, Gary, 105 
Holt, Clinton, 105 
Holroyd, John, 121 
Hopper, Cynthia, 105 
Horyna, Mark, 105 
Hoskins, Randall, 105 
House, Barbara, 121 
House, Steven, 105 
Howard, Jeffry, 40, 105 
Howard, John, 105 
Hoy, Chris, 105 
Hoyt, Michael, 105 
Hubbard, David, 88 
Huckaby, Steve, 105 
Huddleston, Michael, 89 
Hudson, Philip, 105 
Hudson, Susan, 105 
Hudson, Wanetta, 105 
Huffman, Joy, 26,105 
Hughey, Harold, 40, 54, 105 
Hull, Elden, 105 
Hull, Ronald, 89 
Hulman, Christina, 121 
Hulse, Melanie, 26, 105 
Humburg, Robert, 89 
Hummelke, Charles, 105 
Hunt, Betty, 105 
Hunt, Richard, 89 
Hunter, Ronald, 105 
Hunter, Ronald, 105 
Hurd, Richard, 105 
Huskey, Michael, 105 
Hutson, Michael, 121 
Hutter, Terry, 29, 89 

llsley, Charlie, 89 

Ihde, David, 105 

Irwin, Garry, 89 

lsham,Sheryl, 105 

ISOM, OLIVER, 45, 51, 75, 77 



Jackson, Alan, 105 
Jackson, Fred, 89 
Jackson, John, 27, 40, 41, 89 
Jacobs, Debra, 89 
Jacobs, Sheila, 105 
Jacobson, Howard, 89 
Jahnke, Craig, 121 



JAMES, ETHEL, 81 
Janney, Gary, 89 
Janzen, Randy, 89 
Janzen, Sandra, 26, 36, 105 
Jarred, Ronald, 27, 56, 105 
Jensen, Douglas, 105 
Jensen, Thad, 89 
Jenson, Jon, 105 
Jespersen, David, 89 
Jimenez, David, 89 
Johnson, Douglas, 20, 32, 89 
Johnson, Elsie, 105 
Johnson, Fred, 47, 48, 49, 105 
Johnson, James, 89 
Johnson, Jerrold, 118 
Johnson, John, 47, 48, 121 
Johnson, Joyce, 22, 105 
Johnson, Larry, 89 
Johnson, Patricia, 105 
Johnson, Raymond, 46, 48, 

105 
Johnson, William, 105 
Johnson, Waneta, 118 
JOHNSTON, JOSEPH, 75 
Johnston, Russel, 22, 105 
Johnston, Vicki, 105 
Johnston, Wendy, 106 
Jones, Beverly, 118 
Jones, Bobby, 89 
Jones, Clyde, 121 
Jones, Ernestine, 106 
Jones, Joan, 89 
Jones, Terry, 106 
Jones, Wayne, 89 
Jones, William, 106 
Jordan, Bruce, 106 
Jordan, Larry, 106 
JOURNALISM, 23 
JUCO VOICES, 34 
Jukes, Terry, 41, 106 
Jump, George, 106 

— K — 

Kaser, Ronnie, 121 
Kasper, Rhonda, 106 
Keatts, William, 106 
KASSEBAUM,G.E.,79 
Keehn, Thomas, 118 
Keenan, Donna, 89 
Kellerman, Mona, 106 
Kellerman, Rhonda, 89 
Kelley, Robert, 106 
Kelley, Steve, 106 
Kelley, Louis, 106 
Kelly, Richard, 106, 121 
Kelly, Robert, 106 
Kemmerly, Richard, 106 
Kemp, Steve Warren, 89 
Kemp, Steve Wayne, 106 
Kent, Janice, 121 
Kenyon, Bryon, 121 
Kerbs, Stanley, 106 
Kerns, Maynard, 32, 106 
Kerr, Stanley, 106 
Kessel, Dennis, 121 
Keys, Steven, 121 
Kidwell, Michael, 106 
Killough, Michael, 118 
Kimzey, Marsha, 106 
King, Camellia, 36, 106 
King, Kevin, 106 



King, Louise, 106 

King, Thomas, 121 

Kinkade, William, 89 

Kiser, Keith, 106 

Kiser, Kelsey, 27, 41, 43, 54, 89 

Klaassen,Leland,20, 32, 106 

Klaassen, Sandra, 26, 32, 37, 

38, 106 
Klassen, Marjorie, 26, 106 
Klassen, Paul, 106 
Klem, Robert, 106 
Klein, Lynn, 106 
Knabe, Otis, 106 
Knebler, Jane, 106 
Knight, Rex, 106 
Knight, James, 118 
Knisal, Dennis, 89 
Knisal, Marilyn, 89 
Knodel, Johnny, 107 
Knott, Earl, 33, 107 
Knott, James, 51, 107 
Knott, Thomas, 89 
Knotts, David, 121 
Knox, Stephen, 89 
Knox, Teresa, 89 
Knudsen, Juanita, 31, 89 
KOHLS, EVERRET, 40, 41,75 
Konrade, Joseph, 107 
Korte, Iva, 118 
Krasuski, Kim, 107 
KRAUSE, GAYLE, 75 
Krebs, Michael, 107 
Kreller, Cynthia, 107 
KRELLER, HERBERT, 76 
Krsnich, Joe 
Kruse, William, 121 
Krusemark, Richard, 121 
KUHLMANN, BLENDA, 22, 76 
Kunkel, Sandra, 107 
Kyle, Wayne, 89 

— L 

Lacer, David, 89 
LACEY, RICHARD, 30, 76 
Lackey, Peggy, 107 
Lacy, Earl, 107 
Lacy, Sandra, 107 
Lafferty, Daniel, 27, 107 
LaForge, Andrew, 107 
Laird, Steven, 107 
Lamb, Douglas, 31, 90 
Lamb, Karen, 90 
LANGE, ETHYL, 80 
Larrabee, Robert, 90 
Lassman, Lloyd, 107 
Laughlin, Steve, 30, 46, 47, 107 
Lavenant, Geniece, 24, 90 
Lauer, Rosemary, 118 
Lawrence, David, 90 
Lawson, Bud, 90 
Lawson, Michael, 131 
Lawson, Sharry, 107 
Lawton, Marvin, 90 
Lawyer, Eldon, 20, 33, 46, 47, 

49,90 
LAY, JOHN, 76 
Lee, Susan, 36, 107 
Lee, Thelma,107 
Leigh, Brenda,90 
Leis, Martin, 107 
LEIMER, GLENN, 80 



Index — 141 



Lemke, David, 107 
Leman, Janet, 26, 107 
Lemon, Linda, 107 
Lenhart, Donald, 90 
Lewellen, Linda, 107 
Lewis, Ella, 121 
Lewis, Jimmy, 107 
Lewis, Larry, 40, 107 
Lewis, Page, 107 
Liggett, Jo, 107 
Linares, Rolando, 107 
Lindeman, Samuel, 90 
Linder, Etta, 107 
Linder, Jimmie, 90 
Linger, Marilyn, 107 
Linot, Linda, 22, 26, 29,90 
Linthicum, Mark, 107 
Lipscomb, Jeanne, 90 
Littell, Everta,107 
Little, Cheryl, 34, 90 
Little, Kay, 26, 107 
Littlejohn, Chauncey, 107 
LONDEEN,LEONA,81 
Long, Mary, 119 
Long, Wayne, 90 
LONGFELLOW, DAVID, 76, 

78 
LONGFELLOW, SHIRLEY, 76 
Lopez, Deborah, 107 
Lopez, Gregory, 90 
Lopez, Richard, 107 
Lord, Kathy,107 
Loveland, Richard, 107 
Lovette, Herman, 107 
Lovitt, Clara, 107 
Lowrance, Darrel, 90 
Lowry, Austin, 90 
Luallen, Catherine, 107 
Luallen,Thelma,107 
Luallen, Tommie, 107 
Lucas, Glenda, 32, 107 
Luce, Roger, 90 
Ludwick, Gerald, 90 
Lukens, Gary, 119 
Lurrick, Ray, 107 
Lutes, Pamela, 107 
Lyon, Dean, 121 
Lynch, Kathy, 35, 107 

— M — 

Machesney, Roy, 33, 107 
Mack, Brian, 90 
Mack, William, 107 
Madding, Andy, 107 
Maddux, Randy, 121 
Maddux, Richard, 107 
Madigan, Herbert, 90 
Madison, Virginia, 90 
Magnus, Sandra, 108 
Mainy, Darrel, 90 
Major, Clifton, 108 
Malcom, Berry, 108 
MALONEJEANETTE, 76 
Maloney, Cathleen, 108 
Maloney, Gary, 119 
Maloney, Sandra, 121 
MANGELS, DONLAD, 76 
Maninger, Rick, 119 
Manka, Carol, 108 
Mann, Terry, 108 
Manwarren, Clarence, 108 



Manwarren, Linda, 108 
Mar, Lin, 90 

Marcum, Carolyn, 32, 108 
Markley, Deon, 108 
Markley, Darrell, 108 
Markley, Larry, 31,90 
Marks, James, 121 
Marr, Larry, 108 
Marr, Terry, 90 
Marsh, Joyce, 108 
Marsh, Nancy, 90 
MARSHALL, ROSIE, 81 
MARTENS, DENNIS, 76, 77 
Martin, Brenda, 108, 121 
Martin, Linda, 108 
Martin, Nancy, 108 
Martin, Phillip, 108 
Martin, Robert, 121 
Martin, Tamara, 108 
Martindale, Richard, 108 
Martindale, William, 30, 90 
Masters, Thomas, 51, 108 
Mathews, Marcia, 108 
Matz, Kent, 90 
Maulin, Gary, 108 
Maxfield, Lynn, 121 
May, Michael, 119 
May, Dennis, 90 
May, Steven, 108 
Mc Arthur, Galen, 27, 90 
Mc Allister, Beula,80 
Mc Bride, Flody, 121 
McCandlis, John, 108 
McClure, Craig, 108 
McClure, Deborah, 108 
Mc Coy, Hugh, 108 
McCreight, Nancy, 90 
Mc Cracken, Clyde, 20, 98, 

108 
Mc Cune, Ron, 121 
Mc Donald, Louise, 108 
Mc Dowell, Ava,90 
Mc Eachern, Linda, 91 
Mc Giluray, Jannis, 108 
MCGINNIS, ALLYN,76 
Mc Ginnis, Rex, 109 
McGrath, Richard, 91 
Mc Guire, Steven, 109 
Mc Intosh, Michael, 109 
Mc Intosh, Tommy, 33, 109 
Mc Kay, James, 109 
Mc Kenzie, Michael, 109 
Mc Kimens, Kathleen, 109 
MC KINNEY, LEONARD, J., 

73 
Mc Knight, Rex, 91 
Mc Kown, Randal, 109 
Mc Laren, Alex, 91 
McLean, Gary, 109 
Mc Namee, Robert, 91 
Mc Nulty, James, 91 
McPhail, John, 109 
Mc Vay, Connie, 91 
Meeker, Jan, 33, 91 
Megredy, Jodi, 32, 109 
Mehler, Dean, 119 
Meier, Bruce, 109 
Mensch, Connie, 29, 91 
Mercer, Deborah, 26, 32, 91 
Mercer, Gerald, 109 
Merwin, Fairie, 109 
METTLER, MARILYNN, 24, 73 
Meyer, Beverly, 109 



Meyer, Glenda, 109 
Meyer, James, 91 
Meyer, Richard, 27, 109 
Meyersick, John, 91 
Michal, Vicki, 91 
Mikish, Russell, 109 
Milbourn, Clinton, 91 
Milbourn, Peggy, 109 
Miles, Gary, 91 
Miller, Dennis, 109 
Miller, Karol, 109 
Miller, Pamela, 109 
Miller, Rex, 91 
Miller, Roger, 109 
Miller, Susan 109 
Mills, Gary, 109 
Minshall, June, 36, 109 
Mitchell, Douglas, 91 
Mitchell, Gary, 109 
Mitchell, Gerald, 121 
Mitchell, William, 109 
Mobley, Michael, 91 
Molter, Steven, 109 
Molzen, Richard, 27, 109 
Monroe, Eric, 91 
Monroe, Mark, 20, 109 
Montgomery, Gary, 109 
Montgomery, Jimmy, 109 
Mooberry, Brian, 27, 109 
Moore, Carol, 109 
Moore, Douglas, 109 
Moore, Eddie, 109 
Moore, Kathryn, 28, 109 
Moore, Morris, 121 
Moore, Ronald, 109 
Moore, Roy, 109 
Morgan, Linda, 109 
Morgen, John, 109 
Morris, Christy, 91 
Morris, Dennis, 109 
Morris, Gerald, 109 
Morris, Jerry, 109 
Morris, John, 91 
Morrison, Anne, 119 
Moser, Jo Anne, 109 
Mosier, Dennis, 91 
Mott, Anthony, 121 
Mount, Curtis, 109 
Mountz, Jan, 119 
Mourglia, Rex, 109 
Moyer, Michael, 109 
Mueller, Arlin, 109 
Mullennax, Michael, 109 
Muller, Jerry, 121 
Mullins, Michael, 121 
Munoz, Frances, 109 
Murphy, Sandra, 91 
Murphy, Sharilyn, 91 
MURRAY, JOYCE, 81 
Muse, Kenneth, 91 
Musgrave, Thomas, 40, 54, 

109 
Myers, Deborah, 109 
Myers, Edward, 91 
Mize, Velda, 121 

— N — 

Nace, Robert, 109 
Nance, Ronald, 110 
NASH, ELMO, 77 
Nash, James, 110 
Nash, John, 92 



Nash, Mark, 92 
Nassif, Debra, 110 
Naus, Steve, 110 
Nave, Robin, 110 
NAY, MERLE, 40, 41,43, 66, 77 
NEAVILLE, DALE, 3, 65, 70, 77 
Neece, Janet, 110 
Nelson, Carol, 110 
Nelson, Judith, 92 
Nelson, Rodney, 91 
Nelson, Terrance, 110 
Nesmith, Loren, 92 
Nestelroad, William, 110 
Newcom, Geneva, 24, 92 
Newhouse, Richard, 119 
NEWMAN CLUB, 35 
Nichols, Charlene, 92 
Nichols, David, 110 
Nicholson, Clayton, 110 
Nickel, Curtis, 92 
Nickl, Cheryl, 92 
Nietfeld, Dan, 92 
Niimi,Mara, 110 
Nixon, Darrel, 92 
Noag, Maureen, 110 
Noble, James, 110 
Noeller, Wayne, 92 
Nonken, Terry, 110 
Norrick, Charles, 110 
Nuce, William, 110 
Nunn, William, 92 
NURSING ASSOCIATION, 24 
Nusz, Mary, 110 
Nye, Timothy, 92 

-O- 

Ogden, Martin, 92 
OGG, HERMAN, 32,77 
OHL, JAMES, 77 
Oldham, Linda, 26, 32, 110 
Oliver, Jack, 92 
Olsen, Nancy, 26, 110 
Olson, Kerry, 121 
O'Neill, Michael, 110 
O'Quinn, Michael, 110 
Orebaugh, Clark, 110 
Orton, Janice, 110 
Osborn, Dianne, 110 
Osborn, Janice, 22, 68, 92 
Ott, Roger, 92 
Overstake, Douglas, 110 
Owen, Donald, 92 
Owen, Gwendolyn, 93 
Owen, Robert, 110 
Owens, David, 119 
Oyler, Thomas, 93 

-P- 

Page, Tim, 110 
Pangrac, Susan, 93 
Paph, Susan, 26, 93 
Park, David, 93 
Parker, Jr., Gerald, 110 
Parks, Graham, 110 
Parkhurst, Richard, 111 
Parry, Colin, 93 
PARSONS, BARBARA, 80 
Parsley, Richard, 111 
Partridge, Alma, 24, 93 
PATTEN, DARRYL F., 34, 77 
Patterson, Barbara, 111 



142 — Index 



Patterson, Judy, 24, 93 
Patterson, Ted, 111 
Patton, Sandra, 111 
Patty, Billy, 111 
Peace, Kirk, 111 
Pearce, Rebecca, 111 
Peck, Sandra, 26, 93 
Pechin, Frederick, 121 
Pegorsch, Alan, 111 
Pence, Edwin, 111 
Penner, Ray, 93 
Penney, Michael, 111 
Pennington, Glenis, 93 
Perez, Philip, 111 
Perisho, Linda, 111 
Pershall, Billy, 121 
Pershall, Steven, 111 
Perkins, Alan, 93 
Perkins, Katherine, 20, 32, 93 
Pete, Donald, 40, 44, 111 
Peters, Paul, 93 
Peterson, Jan, 111 
Peterson, Kent, 111 
Peterson, Ronald, 93 
Petterson, Timothy, 111 
Petterson, William, 111 
Pettit, Mary, 111 
PETTUS, WILFRED, 77 
Pharrs, Linda, 93 
Pharr, Keith, 30, 38, 50, 51, 93 
Pharr, Stephen, 40, 111 
Phelps, Gregory, 121 
Philbrick, Lawrence, 121 
Phillips, Robert, 111 
Phillips, Samuel, 41, 111 
Phillips, Wesley, 111 
Phillipi, William, 119 
Phipps, Marian, 93 
Piatt, Scott, 111 
Pickard, Douglas, 93 
Pickett, Daniel, 93 
Pierce, Jarrel, 93 
Pierce, Rebecca, 26 
Pierce, Roger, 111 
Pinkerton, Delila, 111 
Pinkstaff, Marc, 93 
Piotrowski, Joe, 111 
Place, Steven, 111 
PLACE, PAT, 80 
Plummer, Frank, 111 
Poe, Terry, 111 
Poe, Paul, 121 
Poe, Thomas, 111 
Poeschel, Steven, 93 
Pohl, Wendell, 111 
Poland, Robert, 121 
Pollock, James, 93 
Ponder, Victoria, 111 
Pontious, Michael, 47, 48, 49, 

111 
Poole, Barbara, 22, 93 
Poole, Deborah, 23, 36, 93 
Pope, Kermit, 24, 119 
Post, Dennis, 30,93 
POSTOAK, WAYNE, 47, 77 
Powell, Michael, 111 
Pratt, Jacqueline, 93 
Prewitt, Danny, 111 
Price, Richard, 20, 32, 33, 93 
Price, Ronald, 93 
Prichard, Larry, 35,93 
Prigmore, John, 111 
Priiliman, Theresa, 111 



Provo, Charles, 111 
Pruitt, Hardie, 111 
Pruitt, Reginald, 111 
Purdin, Diane, 121 
Purinton, John, 27, 111 
Pursley, Gregory, 93 
Putney, Jeannette, 24, 26, 93 
Pybas, Dianne, 111 



R 



Rader, Lawrence, 41, 111 
Ragan, David, 111 
Rahbari, Cyrus, 30, 111 
Raisor, Phillip, 93 
RALSTON, MELVIN, 77 
Ralston, Rand, 111 
Randall, Tommy, 93 
Ranger, Gail, 119 
Ransberger, Frank, 121 
Ratts, Judith, 111 
Rausch, Roger, 94 
Rawlings, John, 121 
Rawlings, Terry, 94 
Ray, Lyman, 111 
Redburn, Alfred, 27, 111 
Reece, Stephanie, 111 
Reed, David, 94 
Reed, Frank, 27, 111 
Reed, Linda, 111 
Reed, Max, 112 
Reed, Michael, 27, 112 
Reed, Ronald, 112 
Reeves, Bonnie, 121 
Reheis, Steve, 112 
Reid, Don, 112 
Reighley, Stephen, 112 
REMSBERG, DALE, 40, 41,77 
Renard, Richard, 112 
REPUBLICANS, 32 
Resnick, Kathleen, 112 
Reuter, Gary, 121 
Reynolds, Vance, 24, 94 
Reznicek, John, 112 
RHOADS,JANE,76 
RHODES, GORDON, 77 
Rhyne, Susan, 112 
Rice, Donald, 94 
Rich, Eugene, 121 
Roberts, Steve, 121 
Richards, Charles, 112 
Richards, Wictoria, 36, 112 
RICHARDSON, HUGH, 77 
Richardson, Mark, 27, 112 
Richey, Douglas, 112 
Richard, Douglas, 112 
Rickords, Sharon, 112 
RIDDLE, BARBARA, 24, 77 
Riedy, Glen, 112 
Riffel, Carolyn, 112 
RIGGS, CARL, 33, 80 
Riggs, Linda, 112 
Riley, Dennis, 112 
Riley, Douglas, 94 
Riley, Idessa, 24, 94 
Riley, Karen, 94 
Roach, Chester, 112 
Robbins, Kenneth, 112 
ROBERTS, BURR, 80 
Robertson, Richard, 121 
Robertson, Robert, 27, 41, 

112 
Robinson, Monte, 94 



Robinson, Susan, 94 

Robinson, Vicki, 112 

hockey, Elaine, 94 

Rogers, Thane, 94 

Roglin, James, 94 

ROMERO, CHARLES, 81 

Rorie, Jerry, 112 

Rory, Susan, 35 

Ross, Jerald, 112 

Ross, Linda 20, 26, 35, 36, 112 

Ross, Terry, 112 

Roths, Clyde, 94 

Roths, Dennis, 112 

Rouse, Daniel, 112 

Roush, Carl, 112 

Roush, Raymond, 112 

Rowan, Gerald, Father, 18, 35 

ROWE, MARIAN, 78 

Roy, Suzanne, 112 

RUMSEY,EDNA,81 

Rupert, Kirby, 112 

Rush, Keith, 112 

RUSSELL, RONALD, 78 

Russell, Steven, 112 

Rutledge, Thomas, 113 



Saile, Daniel, 113 
Salem, Victor, 68 
Salts, Charles, 113 
Salts, Richard, 94 
Samms, Gary, 94 
Samples, John, 113 
Sanders, David, 113 
Saner, Janet, 113 
Sapp, Joel, 113 
Sardou, Richard, 113 
Sarkett, Sandra, 26, 113 
Savage, Randy, 113 
Savages, Roger, 113 
Savute, Karen, 113 
Sawyer, Marvin, 121 
Scarlett, Jr., Christian, 113 
Scarlett, Mark, 113 
Schafer, Clyde, 113 
Schafer, Dale, 121 
Schaible, Douglas, 121 
Scheid, Patricia, 113 
Schirmer, Henry, 41, 54, 113 
Schlesinger, Jon, 122 
Schmidt, Rebecca, 94 
Schneider, Gordon, 113 
Schmitter, Steven, 94 
Schoeppe, Robert, 119 
Schoffstall,John,94 
Scholl, Steven, 94 
Schneider, Greg, 95 
Schon, De Etta, 26, 113 
SCHOWALTER,VIRGIE,81 
Schreiber, John, 122 
Schroeder, Esther 113 
Schroeder, Sharon, 113 
Schroer, Ace, 95 
Schubert, Gary, 113 
Schula, Gail, 113 
Schuler, Randall, 95 
Schwartz, Douglas, 113 
Schwartz, Morlene, 95 
Schweitzer, Marsha, 26, 113 
Schweitzer, Richard, 95 
Scott, Robert, 113 
Scott, Roger, 95 



Scribner, Duane, 122 
Scribner, James, 95 
SEAGER, RONALD, 32 78 
Seal, Gary, 113 
Seery, Donald, 113 
Seimers, Marta, 26, 113 
Seivley, Larry, 95 
Sell, Kerry, 113 
Seward, Ann, 113 
Seward, Christine, 113 
Sexton, Michael, 40, 43, 44, 95 
SEYMOUR, ROY, 81 
Shackelford, Lany, 122 
Shaffer, Connie, 113 
Shaffer, Gary, 113 
Shank, Linda, 113 
Shaw, Clayton, 95 
Shaw, Harold, 113 
Shea, James, 113 
Sheaks, John, 95 
Sheffler, Jerrold, 122 
Shepard, David, 113 
Shepler, Delbert, 113 
Sherlock, Agnes, 113 
Sherlock, Lester, 31, 33,95 
Sherraden, Sharmon, 122 
Shields, Lynn, 113 
Shipman, Danny, 40, 113 
Shipman, Robert, 41, 43, 44,95 
Shoemaker, Connie, 20, 32, 

113 
Short, James, 95 
Sibley, Lee, 113 
Sidberry, Edward, 95 
Sidener, Rodger, 122 
Siegrist, Robert, 113 
Siemer, Donald, 122 
Signer, Dennis, 113 
Sillin, Nancy, 113 
Simmons, Brian, 122 
SIMMONS, LEWIS, 79 
Simonsen, Brenda, 113 
Sims, Michael, 40, 113 
Skidmore, Danny, 113 
Skradski, Ann, 113 
S.K.S.T.A., 28 
Sleder, Alan, 27,41, 113 
Smith, Barbara, 95 
Smith, Cleve, 113 
Smith, David, 95 
Smith, Dorothy, 113 
Smith, Gary, 95 
Smith, Judy, 26, 35,114 
Smith, Kathy, 114 
Smith, Leta Kathryn,95 
Smith, Michael, 114 
Smith, Cleveland, 122 
Smith, Rhonda, 122 
Smith, Scott, 114 
Smith, Steve, 122 
Smith, Steven Bruce, 114 
Smith, Owen Steven, 28, 29, 

31,95 
Snead, Virginia, 35, 114 
Snider, Jane, 114 
Snyder, Alan, 95 
Snyder, Douglas, 114 
Snyder, Scott, 114 
Socha, Wayne, 95 
Sodin, Ada, 114 
Solorio, Luis, 30, 114 
Solt, Elden,122 
Song, Meei-Yan (Karen), 114 



Index — 143 



Sooter, John, 114 
Sorensen, Scott, 114 
Souders, Richard, 3, 33,95 
Sowers, Richard, 114 
Spade, Leland, 114 
Spear, William, 114 
Sphar, Jacque, 114 
Spindel, Earl, (Rusty), 27, 41, 

43, 54, 95 
Spires, Marcia, 26, 29, 95 
Spradlin, Michael, 95 
Staats, Allen, 114 
Stackley, Jill, 95 
Stafford, Steven, 114 
STAGE BAND, 4 
Standlee, Sherry, 114 
Stapleford, John, 114 
Starkel, Ronald, 95 
Starr, Steven, 27,95 
Stateham, Bryant, 95 
Stateham, Linda, 95 
Stathis, Ronald, 95 
Stauffer, James, 95 
STEBBINS, LOUISE, 81 
Stemmons, Kerwin, 95 
Stephens, Craig, 27 , 54, 114 
Stevens, Winifred, 114 
Stever, James, 95 
Stewart, Bobby, 114 
Stewart, Doris, 114 
Stewart, Leland, 114 
Steven, Joe, 119 
Stewart, Paul, 114 
Stiger, Allen, 114 
Stiles, Jacque, 36, 114 
Stilt, Joe Ellen, 96 
Stockwell, Harry, 96 
Storey, Joseph, 40, 115 
Storrer, Beth, 95 
Stowell, William, 115 
STOWERS, BERT, 81 
Stratton, Nancy, 115 
Straw, Andrew, 115 
Straw, Wayne, 115 
Strelow, James, 122 
Stewart, Nicky, 41, 122 
Stricklin, Dennis, 115 
Stuart, Alan, 115 
Studebaker, Nancy, 26, 29, 

115 
Suhm, Linda, 115 
Sullivan, John, 112 
Summers, James, 115 
Sutter, William, 33,96 
Swafford, Warren, 115 
Swanson, Robert, 78 
Swift, Diana, 28, 29, 34, 115 
Swift, George, 31, 78 
Swilley, John, 115 

— T — 

Talbott, Larry, 115 
Talbott, Marcia, 26, 115 
Talley, Kenneth, 96 
Tallman, Mark, 122 
Tarman, David, 40, 43, 96 
Tarrance, Mel, 115 
Tarter, Shirley, 115 
Tate, Robert, 23, 27, 96 
Tate, Sara, 20, 29,96 
Taylor, Raymond, 132 



Teel, Terry, 115 
Tegtmeier, Randall, 122 
Terrones, Mary, 115 
Thatcher, Kim, 115 
THEIS, PHILLIP, 35,78 
Thissen, Mike, 96 
Thissen, Sandra, 115 
Thompson, Charles, 122 
Thompson, James, 115 
Thompson, Lynna, 115 
Thompson, Susan, 26, 115 
Thompson Jr., Waverly, 115 
Thornton, Carol, 122 
Tiffany, Lloyd, 40, 47,115 
Tijerina, Carol, 115 
Tilson, Terry, 115 
TOBUREN, DON, 78 
Toelkes, Bill, 115 
Tolbert, Billie, 115 
Tonn, Gerhart, 95 
Totty, Jeannie, 96 
Towner, Jeffery, 96 
Tracey, Michael, 96 
Tredway, Linda 26, 96 
Triboulet, De Ann, 26, 115 
Tribovlet, Mike, 115 
Triboulet, Peggy, 26, 96 
Tripp, Jean, 122 
Trippel, Gary, 115 
Trowbridge, Rodney, 119 
Trombla, Richard, 115 
Turnbull, James, 119 
Turner, Carrie, 96 
Turner, Gary, 96 
Tuttle, Dennis, 122 
Tyler, Jerry, 96 

— U — 

Underwood, Rhonda, 36, 115 
Unruh, Carla, 115 
Utz, Jr., Howard, 119 

— V — 

Valverde, Larry, 122 
Van Arsdale, Kay, 115 
VanderWeele, Johanna, 70, 

96 
VanderWeele, Louisa, 37, 96 
Van Dever, Lloyd, 97 
Van Horn, Duane, 115 
Van Meter, LaDonna, 20, 32, 

115 
Van Sickle, Suzanne, 115 
Vaughn, Vincent, 115 
VETERNSCLUB, 33 
Vinette, Rex, 115 
Vinson, Clardy, 51,97 
Vestring, Randy, 122 
Vogt, Michael, 97 
Vohs, Edward, 115 
VonFeldt, David, 97 
Vossberg, Judy, 115 
Voth,Christa, 115 

- W- 

Wadsworth, Kristina, 26, 115 
Waggoner, Opal, 115 
Waggy, Susan, 115 
Wagner, Gilbert, 20, 33,97 



Wagner, Karen, 97 

Wagner, Kent, 115 

Wagner, Mark, 115 

Wakefield, Leonard, 97 

Wakefield, Mark, 115 

WALBOURN, EDWIN J, 41, 
66,72 

Walford, Ronald, 97 

Wall, Danny, 115 

Wall, Janice, 116 

Wallace, Jr., Dale, 116 

Walsh, Donald, 119 

Walter, Michael, 116 

WALTMAN, MARIE, 81 

Waltman, Richard, 116 

Ward, Rhonda, 116 

Ward, Ronald, 116 

Warner, Robert, 116 

Warren, Leroy, 116 

Washington, Charles, 38, 40, 
42, 44 J 16 

Wasylk, Donald, 122 

Watkins, Alan, 97 

WATKINS, LEONA, 78 

Watson, Alan, 116 

Webb, Cynthia, 116 

WEBB, FRED, 78 

Weber, Alice, 116 

Weber, Joan, 97 

Weber, Leroy, 116 

Weber, Timothy, 116 

Weible, Gregory, 116 

Weinshilboum, Rose, 122 

Weishaar, David, 116 

Weishaar, Ted, 116 

Weiss, Jon, 97 

Welday, Betty, 20, 22, 97 

Welty, Neil, 116 

Wells, Frederick, 27, 33, 97 

Wenzel, Ricky, 122 

Wertenberger, Rixey, 33, 46, 
47,116 

Wescott, Steve, 116 

West, David, 116 

West, Mark, 116 

West, Marsha, 97 

Westphal, Ron, 122 

Whalen, Gary, 116 

Whitham, Warren, 97 
Wheeler, Terry, 116 
WHIPPLE, GERALD, 81 
WHIPPLE, LEONA, 81 
White, Stephen, 116 
Whitesell, James, 116 
WHITESIDE, JOYCE, 81 
Whitney, Jr., Charles, 116 
WHITSON, ANITA, 24,78 
Whitson,Ted, 116 
Whitted, Irene, 116 
Whitton, Randolph, 52,97 
Wickers, Pamela, 116 
Wiens, Danny, 122 
Wiens, Diann, 20,36,29,97 
Wiens, Gerald, 27, 117 
Wilbert, Victoria, 117 
Wiley, Sydney, 120 
Wilkerson, John, 40, 117 
Willcut, Michael, 117 
Willcut, Patrick, 117 
Willhite, Eugena, 117 
Willhite, Emmett, 117 
Williams, Gary, 97 



Williams, George, 40, 41, 43, 

117 

Williams, David, 117 
Williams, Katherine, 117 
Williams, Michael Anthony, 

117 
Williams, Michael Elwood, 

117 
Williams, Preston, 117 
Williams, Ralph, 117 
Williams, Richard, 97 
Williams, Stephen, 117 
Wilson, Cathleen, 36, 117 
Wilson, Debra, 119 
Wilson, Lance, 122 
Wilson, Maureen, 117 
Wilson, Patricia, 117 
WILSON, RONALD D., 73 
Wilson, Steve, 117 
Wilson, Suzanne, 20, 117 
Winesberry, David, 117 
Winter, Floyd, 27, 97 
Winter, Terry, 117 
WISCHROPP, THEODORE, 

29,78 
Woelk, David, 97 
Wohlgemuth, James, 117 
Wolf, Lanny, 117 
Wolfe, Tana, 117 
Womack, Carl, 41, 42, 43, 117 
Woods, Cheryl, 36, 117 
Word, Jack, 117 
Wright, Charlene, 32, 117 
Wright, Otha, 97 
Wu, Chung (Theresa), 117 
Wyckoff, David, 117 

— Y — 

Yarbrough, John, 32, 33,54, 

117 
Yarnall, Robert, 117 
YEARBOOK STAFF, 22 
Yearout, Mark, 122 
Yenawine, Karen, 117 
Yoho, Floyd, 117 
York, Nancy, 117 
Young, Sidney, 117 
Young, Terry, 117 
Young, Thomas, 97 
Yutuc, Diane, 97 

— Z — 

Zimmerman, Tom, 97 
Zogleman, Kent, 117 
Zokai, Ali, 117 
Zonitch, Thomas, 122 
ZUERCHER, DENNIS,81 



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