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the grizzly 
1973 

butler county 
community junior 

college 
el dorado, kansas 



contents 






page 


learning 


9 


loafing 


23 


living 


39 


competing 


49 


inspiring 


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Nolan Faidley. spring semester editor-in-chief, and Bill Bidwell, Lantern advisor, chuc- 
kle over a humorous headline. 



The Lantern "Grows Up" 

The student newspaper, The Lantern, added size and features dur- 
ing the year. Published weekly for the first time, the paper added ad- 
vertising, sections on fine arts and the "Co-ed," increased sports cov- 
erage and photography. For the third time the paper received the All 
American Critical Service Award from the Associated Collegiate Press. 
The largest staff in the school's history helped to publish the paper. 




Tom Henton, tall semester editor-in- 
chief, serves as toastmaster at the jour- 
nalism banquet. 




John Remhart, spring managing editor, reaches tor the first 
copy of a Lantern run. 



Neal Arnold, business manager, talks over an advertising lay- 
out with Linda Good. El Dorado Times employee. 




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THE LANTERN 

Butler County Community Junior College — Kansas* Largest Juco Newspaper 




The Reporting I class writes much of the news copy for THE LANTERN. 





Just "hot off the press." the latest issue is exam- 
ined by John Reinhart and Nolan Faidley. 




Susie Hanna, spring semester news editor, assigns stories to 
staff members while other LANTERN editors confer about 
possible "scoops." 



Faculty advisor Bill Bidwell offers some news-gathering tips 
to Jack Chamberlain, a staff reporter. Tim Pouncey scans an 
exchange newspaper while waitingto confer with Bill. 



Learning 11 



Grizzly Staff 



The 1973 GRIZZLY Staff led by Paula Reed, editor, 
and Miss Blenda Kuhlmann, adviser, spent many hard 
working hours drawing layouts, writing copy, indexing 
names, and doing the many jobs necessary for the 
publication of a yearbook. Other staff members mak- 
ing up the yearbook production class were: Mark E. 
Gale, photographer; Cathy Marley, Jay Whiting, Rita 
Fehrenbach, and Tresia Morris. All staff members 
were responsible for specific pages and helped with all 
phases of yearbook production. 



Cathy Marley prepares copy for final shipping. 









Tresia Morris, staff member, 
1973 GRIZZLY. 



indexes names for the 




Jay Whiting chooses pictures for publication. 



12 Learning 




Editor Paula Reed makes final check of copy 
being sent to the publisher. 




Rita Fehrenbach proofreads copy from index 
file. 



Mark Gale, photographer, captures campus activities on film. 




Miss Kuhlmann, adviser, watches approvingly as Paula 
Reed, editor, releases a page for publication. 




Learning 13 



Drama 




Don Gilhland and Kandi Willson as Lt Boyd and Brigid Mary. 



"The Mousetrap" was presented by the Junior 
College Theater under the direction of Mr. Patten 
in July during summer school and repeated in 
August as the first production of the fall 
semester. 

The second play presented was "Little Moon of 
Alban." One-act plays, a children's play, and a 
community play were scheduled for second 
semester. 




Rod Schuler (Phmney) and Sean Cook (Patch) plan revolu- 
tion as Br igid Mary seeks God's help 



The soldiers, Jim Scribner, Bill Rhyne. Bill Weaver and Bill Ray. look on as Brigid Mary cares tor Lt. Boyd. 





Janice Foster, Lucie Jenkins, Debbie Bare, Sandy Barnt in the "La- 
dies otthe Mop". 



Sean Cook as Henry Drummond and Tom Webster as 
Mathew Perry in "Inherit the Wind". 



A Night of One Acts 



Mike Bishop in the one-act "Harry and the Angels". 




Learning 15 



Music 



The purpose of the music 
department is to provide enter- 
tainment, to allow participa- 
tion and learning, and to have 
performance groups. Visiting 
musicians and guest conduc- 
tors added a variety of learning 
and entertainment for 
students. 




The Collegiate Singers: David Jones, Cheryl Williams, pianist. Lonnie Mills, and Jan- 
ice Foster. SECOND ROW: John Arnett, Lisa Snodgrass, Nancy Ketts, Patricia Sand- 
ers, Doug Krause, and Mr. Dixon, director. 





Kim Richmond, a visiting musician, 
called "the modern pied piper," con- 
ducted rehearsals and assisted with 
the |azz workshop. 



The College State Band performs at the Butler County Community Junior College. 



16 Learning 





Spurlow singer shows emotion with his work. 



Organist concentrates on making beautiful sounds. 




A new idea this year was a college-community chorus. This group was from the college and neighboring high schools and adult 
members of the community. They sang a patriotic song, "Song of Democracy", at election time 



Learning 17 




An electronics student works on his amplifier 




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Roger Jones composes for the music department. 




A student uses an oxy-acetalene welding torch. 




Karate classes are new this year at the college. 



Raku, a primitive form of ceramics, is the technique being used here. 



A rakued pot is being finished. 





18 Learning 




Special effects in oil painting are used in this students work. 

Classes In Action 

Classes in action are more than just lecture 
classes. In them, students can indulge in "mak- 
ing" art, music or drama. The welding and auto 
mechanics courses are designed for those seek- 
ing industrial education. Chemistry and anatomy 
classes have labs that let the students explore 
new knowledge. 

Drums and other instruments are used in "making" music. 





Emotion develops in drama students. 



Microscopes are used in anatomy labs for researching. 




Learning 19 




Learning- -^V'^f' 

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Physics students learn to measure horsepower. 







A study of anatomy also comes in art. 





Individual study of the campus gives extra practice. 






Composition 
communication. 



students experience non-verbal 



Student reads micro-film copy of the NEW YORK TIMES . 



Learning 21 



Parties 
Prove Popular 




Student Union provides perfect atmosphere for party. 





'Dancers enjoy the music" 



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Students enjoy Homecoming Dance. 



Students socialize and dance at freshman orientation. 



Dances 22 



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Dormitory Students 




Laundry room is provided for dorm girls on first floor. 



Lobby provides a pleasant place to relax and visit. 





Girls study together in their rooms. 



These boys find time to visit and enjoy working together. 



24 Loafing 




SECOND FLOOR: FIRST ROW: Carlene Valentine, Kim Mc- 
Alpin, Debbie Smith, Martha Voth; SECOND ROW: Polly Little, 
Anita Rehlen, Linda McGilvery, Connie Murrow, Mary Ann 
Loop, Lisa Hershberger; THIRD ROW: Joanne Lowe, Karen 
Watkins, Denise Wiens, Pam Langley, Janice Kempker, Deb- 
bie Freeman, Kathy Reginer; FOURTH ROW: Karen Chapman, 
Barbara Wright, Cindy Richard, Cathy Hubbard, Audrey Long, 
Linda Boucher, Vicky Avers. 



FIRST FLOOR: FIRST ROW: Sandy Wattenbarger, Diane Par- 
sons, Paula Engel, Mara Betten, Cindy Hill; SECOND ROW: 
Vicki Coffel, Linda Sinsabaugh, Nancy Nowlin, Leann Haney, 
Rose Goentzel, Angie Ratcliff; THIRD ROW: Mona Mcintosh, 
Cindy Anderson, Pat Reginer, Kay Beeler, Debbie Castle, Mar- 
sha Humbolt, Lynda Johnson; FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Blan- 
kinship, Sheryl York, Linda Schroeder, Donna Squier, Bev 
Keagy, Susan Helferich, Lisa Hughes. 



SECOND FLOOR: FIRST ROW: Ron Remley, Stan Diskin, Ed 
Bradney, Mike Blodgett, Hossein Ebrahimi; SECOND FLOOR: 
Bill Brown, Lloyd Dunlap, Sam Showalter, Larry Nuckalls, 
Bob Brown, Mike Hemberger; THIRD ROW: David Payne, Jerry 
Rambo, Lyle Gumtory, Steve Peniston, John Merryfield, Greg 
Max; FOURTH ROW: Mike Werner, Rusty Hamilton, Albert 
Ciccel, Bill Meysing. 




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FIRST FLOOR: FIRST ROW: Merrill Mauk, Lynn Gerber, Bill 
Fry, Mark Uhland, Jerry Bmns; SECOND ROW: Jon Pallentine, 
Tim Payne, Randy Schmidt, Tim Pouncey, Marion Strick; 
THIRD ROW: Marko Luntungan, Nontoshi Abe, Jim Snook, 
John Dickinson, Chuck Buss, Randy Strothman; FOURTH 
ROW: Roger Govan, Scott Ross, John Sooter, David Merry- 
field, Paul Rachmanides, Mike Thomas, Rob McCombs. 






Carlene Valentine 



ColletteCarro 




Homecoming Personalities: Jean Jackson, Carlene Valentine, Don Brock, Queen Carol Day, Col lette Carroll, and Jim Diebold. 



Homecoming 

Queen 

Carol Day 




Carol Day, a sophomore from Towanda, was 
crowned 1972 Homecoming Queen during half- 
time activities of our game against Highland. 
Carol is majoring in Elementary Education. She 
is chairman of student affairs of the Student 



Council and attends the Campus Crusade for 
Christ. She is also the head cheerleader. After 
her graduation from Butler County Community 
Junior College, she plans to continue her educa- 
tion at Fort Hays State College. 





A dime provides refreshment. 



DECA members hold a regular business meeting. 




Common problems command interest. 





A faulty car receives attention. 



Shared review aids achievement. 



28 Loafing 




Although some persons evaluate the Friday 
morning activity hour as a complete waste of 
time, the roving photographer discovered that 
many individuals, small groups, and organized 
clubs use the period for profitable personal, so- 
cial, and academic gain. A limited example of 
what occurs on a given Friday morning will help 
to confirm the opinion that perhaps a greater 
degree of student-to student rapport takes place 
duringthe activity hourthanatanyotherhourof 
the week. 



Student secretary receives faculty direction. 




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Democrats gather for planning session. 




Students choose quiet library atmosphere. 




Democrats gather for planning session. 




Juco Voices utilize additional rehearsal time. 



Loafing 29 



Christmas Is Music 



The annual Christmas program of the 
music department was held in the student 
union on Sunday afternoon, December 12. 
Various group, and solo performances by 
Ann Patterson, Doug Krause, Sheri Barr, 
and Pam Travis were featured. The Colle- 
giate Singers, a women's trio, and a faculty 
quartette also provided entertainment. 
Other small groups added novelty and 
humor to the event. Children present even 
enjoyed a visit from Saint Nick. 




Santa Claus makes his annual inquiry. 





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Pam Travis lisps through her song. 



A Christmas tree is back drop for Doug Krause. 



30 Loafing 




The Collegiate Singers and Mr. Dixon entertain at Christmas concert. 





Faculty quartette adds variety to the program. 



Student quartette — Rod Schuler. Pam Travis, Paula Powell, Bill 
Ray; Janette Heater, accompanist — practices for Christmas pres- 
entation. 



Music 31 




Campus Leisure 




Library undercroft provides setting for conversation. 



Students take time for leisure and study. 



Fans gathered on a rainy night to enjoy and support their football team. 





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Library setting provides relaxation and study between classes. 




Leisure provides time for students to view campus. 




Teachers find time to visit duringcoffee break. 



Loafing 33 



Banquet Honors 
Journalism Students 




Barry Pans speaks on the "New Newspaper" in Wichita. 




Paula Reed receives two semester and editorial honors for the GRIZZLY. 



34 Living 




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Steve Cox, student council president, 
welcomes new students at freshman 
orientation. 




Student Council Officers: FIRST ROW: 
Steve Cox, president; Susie Murray, 
secretary; Rod Schuler, treasurer; 
Beth Martens, student promotions; 
Carol Day, student affairs; and Miss 
Strain, sponsor. Not pictured are Sean 
Cook, vice-president and Mr. Adams, 
sponsor. 

36 Living 



Student Counci 



The Student Council cooperates with the administration and 
expresses the student body's policies and activity program. 

Officers elected in the spring of 1972 were Steve Cox, president; 
Sean Cook, vice-president; Susie Murray, secretary; Rod Schuler, 
treasurer; Carol Day, student affairs; and Beth Martens, student 
promotions. 

The Student Council sponsored the Red Cross Blood Drive, foot- 
ball homecoming and dance, Christmas dance, fall and spring elec- 
tions, and the spring banquet and prom. 




The Spurlows enjoy singing to a crowd of Junior College students and other young 
people. 



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Student Council Representatives: Carol Keefer, Gail Tennyson, Nancy Nowhn, Susie 
Murray, Patty Sanders, Beth Martens, Dania Fritzler, Eileen Oberly. SECOND ROW: 
Carol Day, Beth Whitney, Debbie Bare, Lucie Jenkins. Mark Wolf, Richard Burton, 
Sean Cook, Mark Rathert. THIRD ROW: Susan Helferich, Mark Foree, Cynthia Sims, 
Dennis Woodworth, Phil Greco, Jim Pierce, Keith Cahalen, and Ron Carbon. 



Campus Crusade 
For Christ 

Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) is an in- 
terdenominational student Christian move- 
ment. Members share with others what Jesus 
Christ has done in their lives. 

Many members attended CCC conferences 
which taught them how to study the Bible, 
apply it to their lives, and share their faith with 
others. 

Some other activities included Bible stud- 
ies, hearing a rock band, Christmas carolling, 
and having recreational times. 




Students enjoy playing with some hay on a hay-rack ride. 




Students enjoy singing during Friday Activity Period. 



Living 37 



DEC A 



The Distributive Education 
Club enrolled a total of 32 
members the past year, largest 
number since its inception. 
Weekly club programs includ- 
ed numerous distinguished 
speakers from the business 
and industrial scene. 
Community involvement in- 
cluded seasonal charitable 
contributions, participation in 
the E! Dorado PRIDE project, 
and an exhaustive survey of 
over 1,000 individuals and/or 
businesses in Butler County. 
The purpose of the survey was 
to discover weaknesses and 
strengths within the local 
community. Additional events 
included competition in state 
and national DECA contests. 



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First Semester Members: FRONT ROW: Phylana Prather, Starlet Bannon. Pat Reg- 
nier, Denise Weins, Michael Ferren; SECOND ROW: Lloyd Ross, Eileen Oberley, Ran- 
dy Kilgore, Tammy Coder, Gary Nickel, Bill Needham, Mr. Ogg, sponsor; BACK ROW: 
Greg Forpahl, Brad Turner, Mike Fagg, Mike Smith, Keith Albrecht, Mark Eaton. 




Second Semester Members, FRONT ROW: Tom Inkanish, Jenise Hudson, Karen Wat- 
kins, Nancy Nolan, Pattie Burger; BACK ROW: Craig Clark. Wesley Devme. Jerry 
Wheeler, Gary Fritzler, Gary Seals, Craig Duryea. 



Tammy Coder and Starlet Bannon 
analyze an office report. 



38 Living 




1972-73 Nursing Class, SEATED: LeDana Gregory, Ella Kimble, Norma Ramsey, Tandy Noeller, Lorrita Orndorff, Jackie Berry- 
man, Katha Jacobs, Kathy Burgess; STANDING: Anna Genter, Madeline Copeland, LaDonna Page, Elaine Golden. 



Nursing Students 
Prepare for Service 



This past year's nursing class has been one of 
the largest classes enrolled in the program at 
Butler County Community Junior College. Mem- 
bers represent five towns and three counties. 

Besides the clinical experience received at 
cooperating hospitals in El Dorado, Newton, and 
Wichita, these students had additional individual 
clinical assignments. They spent time observing 
a clinical nurse, a public health nurse, a school 
and college nurse, and an industrial nurse, be- 
sides observing in other community health 
agencies. 



On April 16 the nursing department of the col- 
lege sponsored a Disaster Workshop for local 
students and any interested nurses in the area. 
This experience demonstrated what it is like to 
work under disaster conditions such as torna- 
does, floods, earthquakes, and other similar 
conditions. 



Living 39 



Diverse Interests 
Capture Attention 






Parking stickers took on a new look on campus. 



Mr. and Mrs. Longfellow enjoy the art work of Mr. Ch ism. 




Dorm residents take advantage of television for relaxation. 



40 Living 




President Walbourn escorts 1971 Homecoming Queen, Sharon Langley, at this year's rainy Homecoming festivities. 





Anatomy students share work and knowledge in 
experiments. 



The refreshment table at the Homecoming dance proves 
popular. 



Loafing41 



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Politics On Campus 

During this election year, politics on campus 
brought some ot the student body into full 
action. 

On November 7, 1972, both parties won their 
elections in one of two different ways: the Repub- 
licans in a record landslide elected President 
Nixon to his second term, and the Democrats 
gave Governor Docking his unprecedented 
fourth term. 







Young Republicans 



Nixon supporters appear in full strength for McGovern's ar- 
rival in Wichita, on November 6, 1972. 



Mr. Dixon, Mr. Lay, Helen Brown, Rhonda Reed, John Arnett, Dave Dearmore, Richard Burton, Mark Wolf, Sam Leben. 





Young Democrats, FRONT ROW: Rod O'Donnell, John Eby, Bill Rhyne, Pat Fenton, Allan Hoyle, Debra Sibley. Gail Tennyson, Mrs. 
Brandner, sponsor; BACK ROW: Grant Vance, Dennis Straughn, Jim Northrop, Kay Dullea. 




Young Democrats 




Young Democrats welcome Docking to the campus. 





Juco Voices 



After an absence of one year the Juco Voices were 
in action once again. The first semester saw them 
rehearsing regularly and performing in Eureka and 
Augusta, with radio and television appearances on 
KOYY in El Dorado and KPTS-TV Channel 8 in Wichita. 
Plans for the second semester included more El Dora- 
do and area performances and a Choral Reading 
Workshop at the First United Methodist Church in 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 





4-H FRONT ROW: Marcus Cody, Reporter; Jenise Hudson, treasurer; Pat Vogt, secretary; Patty Sanders, stuco representative; 
Debbi Haskell. SECOND ROW: Debbie Bare, president; Mitzi Mossman, Janet Burden, Kandi Willson, Liz Curtis. THIRD ROW: Mr 
Wischropp, advisor; Gary Willhite, Clay Mitchell, reporter; Jack Wade, Wes Devine, Bill Heitzenrater. Not pictured, Myron Willhite, 
vice-president. 











4-H 



During the fall semester the Campus 4-H 
group participated in several outside activities. 

At the State Fair the members worked in a 
booth to help raise money for their club. 

Leadership training for all newly elected club 
leaders was held at the Rice County 4-H Club. 

Another activity for the fall semester was to 
sing Christmas Carols at the Knutson Manor 
Nursing Home. 

The spring semester projects included judging 
at county 4-H Days, and the annual clean-up pro- 
ject at Rock Springs. 



Jack Wade and Kandi Willson at Leadership Training. 



Living 45 



Office 
Education 



The secretarial and cleri- 
cal programs are the foun- 
dation for the Office Educa- 
tion Club. Members of the 
club participate in state 
meetings. Joan Redington 
was elected to the state of- 
fice of Pari lamentation at 
one meeting. Students in 
this club also have part-time 
jobs with the school and var- 
ious businesses. 




Members Seated III I 10 RIGH1 ARI Jo. in Redington, president, Debbie Haskell, vice 
president; Nancy Nowlin, stuco representative, Ross Pierce, treasurer SECOND ROW 
I eann Hoyt, Karen Murphy, Donna Herring, Gail lennyson I HIRD ROW Rita Carter, Kathy 
Duncan, Debbie Hunt, Julie Fredenckson, Mr Ron Seager, sponsor 



Mr Hadley, 
and Forrest 



coach; 

Lowry. 



Jim Hughes, Greg May, Delores Lara, John Mr Christian, Rodger Riles, 




^im Debaters 



Placing in debate tourna- 
ments is well done by our 
debate squad. They travel in 
and out of the state compet- 
ingagainst many schools. 



46 Living 




Drafting 

Technology 

Club 

Field trips to industries 
and speakers are on the 
agenda tor the Drafting 
Technology Club. The club 
itself is for developing in- 
terest and promoting 
knowledge of drafting. 



Members: LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Max Troutman, treasurer; Bill Webster, reporter; Mark 
Rathert, president; Fred Solorio, vice-president; Sam Burns, secretary. SECOND ROW: Mike 
Kling, Mike Jenkins, Bill Braitsch, Mr. Boatnght, Mr. Webb. THIRD ROW: Jim Talbott, Dan 
Strobel, Mike Green, John Brewer. 



STANDING RIGHT TO LEFT ARE Myrtle Partridge, Linda Divine, Miriam J. Fiechtl. SECOND 
ROW: Sandra Liggett, Linda J. Cooper, Margaret Brown. 



Mothers 

Involved 

In 

Campus 

Events 



MICE is a group of moth- 
ers interested in the school 
activities. 




Living 47 



Veterans' Club 



Members of the Veterans' Club have served in 
some branch of the military service. This year 
they sponsored a recruiting program at Fitzsim- 
mons Veterans' Hospital, Denver, Colorado. They 
showed slides to show veterans that Butler Coun- 
ty Community Junior College is well equipped for 
handicapped students. The Veterans' also spon- 
sored a car rally and helped support sports 
activities. 





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Members of the Veterans' Club prepare to fire the cannon 
after a touchdown. 




Tom Webster discusses plans for the club. 



A student buys some cookies from a bake-sale sponsored by 
the Vets. 



48 Living 



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Cheering Section 



The cheerleaders and Honey Bears of 
Butler County Community Junior College 
represented and supported their com- 
munity with enthusiasm for the year of 
1972-1973. 





Cheering section and team urge players to victory. 



Cheerleaders: FIRST ROW: Carolyn Keefer, Marsha Humbolt, Cyndy 
Suther: SECOND ROW: Connie Murrow. Christy Gooch: THIRD ROW: 
Pamela Banister, Carol Day, Donna Squier. 



Cheerleaders receive enthusiastic support from student section. 






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Drill Team entertains during half-time of a basketball game. 



Honey Bears perform for Whitewater residents after march- 
ing in parade. 



Drill Team: Nancy Cocking, Nikki Essex, Debbie Freeman, Barbara Lowden, Mary Ann Loop, Leah Bnson, Tresia Morris, Mary 
Gruenbacher, Pat Regnier, Cindy Hill. 




Competing 51 




The 1972 Cross Country team won all of its 
nine meets, including the Region VI champion- 
ship, which they captured for the fourth consec- 
utive year. Those harriers who ran in the nation- 
als at Pensacola, Florida, in November placed 
fifth in the National Junior College Champion- 
ship meet. 



Pictured above are squad members — FRONT ROW: Bill 
Weaver, Brent Nearhood. Jim Gifford, Mark Newland, Julius 
Stewart. Jim Glaze. Co-captain, Rick Carpenter. SECOND 
ROW: Dave Copp, Jack Thorne, Perry Pittman, Lennie Harri- 
son, Co-captain, Mark Malone, Mike Shryock, Coach Olhe 
Isom. 




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Mark Malone waits in chute to be 
tagged at home meet. He placed 10th 
in Region VI; was third team man, 
placing 53rd in Nationals. 



Rick Carpenter places 2nd, Jim Glaze 
places 3rd in home meet. In Nationals. 
Rick placed 33rd, and Jim placed 58th. 



Julius Stewart places 70th in National 
Meet. He was one of the more reliable 
runners during the season. 



52 Competing 




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Ail-American Jim Gifford in action, winning first at Butler 
County's Invitational Meet. 



Jim Gifford, Butler's first harrier in National Meet, placed 
21st to win All-Amencan honors. 




Rick Carpenter, winning runner in Region VI, placed 33rd in 
National Meet at Pensacola, Florida. 



Butler's Harriers Prove 
Consistent Leaders 



In five consecutive seasons Butler County's 
cross country teams coached by Ollie Isom, 
have placed fifth, sixth, first, third, and fifth in 
the National Junior College Cross Country Meets. 
Since the sport was added to the college athletic 
program in 1967, the teams have participated in 
many junior college and four-year college com- 
petitive meets. In all, they have compiled an envi- 
able record of 40 first, 3 second, 3 third, 3 fourth, 
3 fifth, and 2 sixth place awards. At the same 
time they have had nine cross country runners 
qualify to be named All-Americans. 



Competing 53 




ROW 1 R Pock J Alter C Squires C Beye, M. Werner. G. Voegeh, G. Norflee, G. Jacobs, J. Krsnich, B. Whitley, B. Heyward T 
S°de ROW '2 Coach Schottel B Good, D.'johnson, D. Worrell, M. Reynolds, J. Warkentine, G. Fritzler, G. WillhiteR. Harper M 
1 rathman I Raney C Chisoim. L. Smith. Coach Kohls. ROW 3: A. Stimaman. C .Manning R. Ham HtonJ^ Bortnick G. Ha me r. 
Chamberlain P Greco, S. Williamson, S. Oeser, D. Duranleau, M. Green, S. Davis, T. Donavan, W. H.nes. BACK ROW. D. Fechter, h 
Bradney J. Beadle. T. Cikanek. R. Remley, D. Johnson, R. Grove, B. Gordon, M. Blodgett. R. Carlton, R. Hammon, S. Taylor. C 
Buss, B. Pringle. 




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Football 



The Grizzly Gridmen had a good 1972 football 
season. Despite a poor win-loss record the team 
drew large crowds and gave the fans and follow- 
ers many exciting moments. The team also 
brought spirit back to the fans, something that 
had been missed before. Over all, the team was 2- 
8-1. There were 23 freshmen and 17 sophomores 
on the team. 




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Competing 55 




Slade: 

All Conference 

Troy Slade, a freshman from Bur- 
lington, North Carolina, made the 
coaches' all conference team as an 
offensive flankerback. 

Receiving honorable mentions 
were offensive linemen Glenn Ja- 
cobs, Greg Norflee and George Voe- 
geli; defensive interior linemen, 
Stuart Oeser; linebacker, Mike Rey- 
nolds and defensive back Leroy 
Smith. Ed Bradney also received 
honorable mention as punter. 




Glenn Jacobs 



Troy Slade 





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Greg Norflee 



George Voegeli 



Stuart Oeser 



Mike Renolds 










Leory Smith 



Ed Bradney 



56 Competing 



1972 Football Scoreboard 





B.C. 


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Fairbury, Neb. 


14 


20 


Haskell 


21 


19 


Fort Scott 


7 


34 


Dodge City 


7 


14 | 


Coffeyville 


14 


15 


Cowley Co. 


8 


38 


Highland 


12 


12 


Independence 


33 


7 


Garden City 


21 


42 


Hutchinson 


8 


12 


Pratt 


6 


19 






Competing 57 




FRONT ROW: Coach C. Shipley, Coach G. Arnold; SECOND ROW: M. Blodgett, R. Thompson, L. Gerber, R. Michaelis, R. Conquest, 
M. Shyrock; BACK ROW: T. Slade, K. Welk, M. Cook, J. Luebcke, G. Johnson, D. McClanathan, W. Logan, S. Diskin. 




Grizlies "shoot fortwo" dunngthe Butler Classic 



58 Competing 




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Lyn Gerber 



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Ron Thompson 




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Richard Michaelis 




Ken Wei k 







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Varsity 





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Mike Cook 





Joe Luebcke 




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Curtis Shipley 
Coach 



Lyn Gerber goes for another two. 



Gene Arnold 
Ass't Coach 



Basketball 59 



Grizzly Varsity in Action 





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Luebcke. Michael is, and Johnson scramble to score. 



Welk goes up for two. 




Diskin shoots against great odds. 



Basketball 60 




Michaehs advances against tight defense. 




Michaehs and Luebcke go for rebound. 





BASKETBALL 






Season Rec 


ord 




BCCJC 






Opponents 


75 


Kansas City, Ks. 




74 


50 


Penn Valley 




61 


60 


Fort Scott 




58 




Butler County Classic 




106 


Hesston 




42 


83 


Northern 


Okla 


homa 67 


62 


Seward County 




72 


80 


Hesston 




68 


63 


Barton County 




65 


75 


Neosho County 




94 


54 


WSU Freshman 




66 


87 


Colby 




63 


98 


Coffeyville 




72 


99 


Dodge City 




75 


57 


Pratt 




60 


70 


Garden City 




78 


92 


Hutchinson 




93 


63 


Cowley County 




45 


80 


Cloud County 




75 


1 67 


Seward County 




51 


94 


Neosho County 




83 


! 75 


Barton County 




63 


72 


St. John 




67 


79 


Dodge City 




71 


75 


Pratt 




74 


70 


Garden City 




68 


83 


Cowley County 




52 


67 


Hutchinson 




68 



Competing 61 



Campus 
Scenes 

Seasonal and daily changes 
come to the campus as events 
and activities vary. Just a few 
moods are caught by the 
photographer. 



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Ram, snow, ice, and rain plague campus pedestrians during long wet winter. 




Truman-Johnson halt-mast rises for 
return of POW's. 




Western slope proves popular afternoon direction for freshmen. 




Night time shadows create highlighted view of library facilities. 



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Mark Rathert, Jim Fender, Steve Shepherd are strong golf contenders. 



1972-73 Golf Record 



FALL SCHEDULE 



Independence 

El Dorado 

Chanute 

Kansas City (Two teams) 



First Place 



Third Place 
Third, Sixth Places 



SPRING SEMESTER 



Arkansas City 

El Dorado 

Independence 

Independence 

Kansas City 

Hutchinson 

Hutchinson 

Conference, Great Bend 

Chanute 

Regional, Kansas City 




Kenny Bevans is fall medalist. 



Fall Golf Successful 



For the first time, the Grizzlies had a 
fall golf program. They competed suc- 
cessfully in four tournaments, placing 
first and third in two tournaments and 
third and sixth with two teams in an- 
other tournament. Kenny Bevans won 
medalist honors at Independence and 
tied for medalist at El Dorado. Jon 
Kindlesparger, not pictured here, was 
another golfer on the team. 



Competing 63 




Journalism students await start of game. 



KOYY squad plan pre-game strategy. 



Students plot maneuver to gain basket. 




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Benefit Game 
Honors 
Francis Hall 

The Fine Arts department 
established a memorial schol- 
arship fund, following the acci- 
dental death of Francis Hall, 
member of the custodial staff. 
Later, the journalism students 
and KOYY radio staff played a 
benefit basketball game, pro- 
ceeds of which they dedicated 
to the memorial fund. 
Contributions will still be ac- 
cepted. 





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E.F.ADAMS 
RICHARD CHASE 
G.W. HAMMEL 



JAMES D. HITTLE 
G.E. KASSEBAUM 
LEWIS SIMMONS 



Board of Trustees 

The policy makers of our school are 
the Board of Trustees. They have been 
busy this year with numerous innova- 
tions. A senior citizen opportunity col- 
lege bill was passed which will enable 
ETutler county men (65 or over) and 
women (62 or over) to attend classes 
at the college without paying tuition. 
The LANTERN was given permission to 
publish weekly and to use advertising. 
Mr. Felix Adams was granted a leave of 
absence to go to India for an eight 
weeks period. A summer theatre has 
been authorized for students in Lead- 
ville, Colorado. It is easy to see that the 
board is kept busy providing new op- 
portunities. Mr. Hittle was elected to 
the state board of education in the 
1972 election. 




President and Mrs. Walbourn with board members are prepar- 
ing to receive staff members during a reception of the 1972-73 
school year. 



66 Album 








... 






Edwin J. Walbourn 



Mr. Edwin J. Walbourn is always 
busy keeping his eye on everything 
concerned with the school. Being 
president of Butler County Com- 
munity Junior College, he makes 
sure that the school is operating 
with the highest standards. 



Administrative Staff 



With fewer students on campus the adminis- 
trators have had to make some changes this 
year. The budget is the main concern. Tuition 
fees rose from $4.00 to $5.00 by state regulation. 
Classes have been condensed and teachers 
moved around. After all changes were made, no 
courses were dropped from the curriculum. 

Some changes were also made within the 
staff. Mr. Leimer assumed the role as Coordina- 



tor of Custodial and Maintenance. Dean Cum- 
mins, Dean of Student Services, has the regis- 
trar, counseling, admissions, athletics, financial 
aids, student activities, student housing, and 
public relations under his hand. Dean Wilson, 
Dean of Instructional Services, keeps his eye on 
the teachers, the supplies, and the overall ne- 
cessities to keep college running with the proper 
material. Mr. McKinney, Registrar, Mrs. Mettler, 
Director of Nursing, and Mr. Harris, Business 
Manager, have their individual duties under Pres- 
ident Walbourn. 





WILLIAMC. CUMMINS 
Dean of Student Services 



RONALD D.WILSON 

Dean of Instructional Services 



LEONARD J. McKINNEY 
Registrar 




MARILYNNM. METTLER 

Director of Nursing Education 



CHARLES H. HARRIS 
Business Manager 



GLENN K. LEIMER 

Coordinator of Custodial & Mainte- 
nance Services 



68 Album 




Instructional 
Staff 



The sixty-five members of 
the instructional staff of Butler 
County Community Junior 
College serve as student advi- 
sors, club sponsors and help 
develop student-faculty rela- 
tionships as well as teaching a 
wide variety of courses. 



A panel of faculty and staff give views on drugs for nursing students. 




FELIX E. ADAMS, JR. 

English, Social Sciences 
JOHN R.ANDERSON 

Automotive Technology 
ROBERT D.ANDERSON 

Music 
BURLT.ARBOGAST 

Electronics-Electricity Technology 



GENE R.ARNOLD 

Industrial Arts, Physical Education 
WILLIAM G. BIDWELL 

Journalism 
GARY L. BOATRIGHT 

Drafting Technology 
PATRICIA A. BRANDNER 

Mathematics 



L. JAY BRINKMEYER 

Data Processing 
ROBERT H.CHISM 

Art, Division Chairman 
JOY K.CHOENS 

Programmed Learning 
R.HOWARD CLEMENTS 

Office Education 



J. THOMAS DIXON 

Music 
MARTHA N. DOTY 

English 
ROLAND H. ENSZ 

Social Science 
DARRELL. ERIKSON 

Business 



Album 69 



CHARLES C. FULLER 

Biological Science 
ARDEN N. GOOD 

Auto Body 
MARY JO GRANT 

English 
RICHARD L.GREGORY 

Mathematics, Physical Science 



MICHAEL E. HADLEY 

Speech, Debate 
LYNN B. HAVEL 

Art 
GERALD J. HERTEL 

Technical Science, Mathematics 
CLYDE J. HIEBERT 

Physical Science 



OLIVERW. ISOM 

Social Science, Division Chairman 
EVERETT E KOHLS 

Social Science 
GAYLE A. KRAUSE 

Mathematics. Division Chairman 
HERBERT J. KRELLER 

Social Science 




Instructional Staff 




BLENDA KUHLMANN 

English, Division Chairman 
JOHN K. LAY, JR. 

Social Science 
DAVID K. LONGFELLOW 

English 
SHIRLEY L. LONGFELLOW 

Office Education 



JEANETTEA. MALONE 
Physical Education 

DONALD L. MANGELS 
Automotive Technology 
Division Chairman 

JANICE S. MARCUM 
Economics 

DENNIS R. MARTENS 
Machine Technology 

JIMMIEG. MAYFIELD 

Welding 
ELMOL. NASH 

Mathematics 
HERMAN R.OGG 

Marketing Technology 
JAMES M.OHL 

Drafting Technology 

Communications 



70Album 




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Faculty members provide hamburgers for freshmen at Orientation. 




DARRYL R. PATTEN 

Speech, Theatre 
WILFRED L. PETTUS 

Physical Science 
BETTY P. PROHODSHY 

English 
MELVIN B. RALSTON 

English 



DALE E. REMSBERG 

Physical Education, Athletics, 

Division Chairman 
GORDON E. RHODES 

Mathematics 
RONALD SEAGER 

Office Education 
CURTIS N.SHIPLEY 

Physical Education, Athletics 



JUDITH STRAIN 

Psychology, Counselor 
GEORGE E.SWIFT 

Business, Division Chairman 
PHILLIP H.THEIS 

Biological Science 
DONL.TOBUREN 

English 

MERLE D.TOEWS 

Auto Mechanics 
LEONAD. WATKINS 

Social Science 
FRED E.WEBB 

Related Math, Human Relations 
ANITA K. WHITSON 

Nursing 
THEODORE W. WISCHROPP 

Foreign Language 




Album 71 



Campus Staff 




Victor E. Bland. Counseling and Placement 
Rosemary S. Kelly, Library Assistant 
Nita Monarty. Housemother, Dormitory 



Hugh E. Richardson, Librarian, Audio Visual 
Carl Riggs, Manager, Bookstore 
Marian R. Rowe, Librarian 



Ivan E. Schottel, Athletic Director, Football Coach 

Bill L. Trent. Guidance Director 

L. Marie Waltman, Library Assistant 




Mrs. Waltman plans for some new materials for the library. 



72Album 



Secretarial Staff 



Barbara J. Coonrod, Secretary to Dean of Instruction 

Virginia L. Fritzler, Receptionist 

Marcia A. Holladay, Assistant to Registrar 



Ethyl D. Lange, Secretary to President 

Arlene A. Lennen, Assistant to Business Manager 

Hazel B. Lynch, Secretary to Registrar 



Joyce M. Murray, Machines Operator 

Pat R. Place, Secretary to Dean of Students 

Dorothy L. Shaw, Assistant to Business Manager 



Anna B. Staats, Secretary to Nursing Department 
Mary Louise Stebbins, Secretary to CounselingCenter 
Joyce M. Thompson, Data Processing Programmer 





Freshmen become acquainted with campus and classmates. 



Album 73 



Maintenence 
Staff 



Maintaining the grounds and build- 
ings is a duty well done by our mainte- 
nance staff. Grass and flowers are tak- 
en care of year round. Classrooms and 
hallways are always clean when stu- 
dents start their day. The dormitory 
and its lounges are also cleaned daily 
by Mrs. Hall. 






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Susan Hall 
Bert Stowers 
Dennis Zuercher 
Francis Hall 



John Cleveland 
Roy Seymour 
Charles Romero 
Gerald Whipple 



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74 Album 




Mrs. Hess presides over her artistically dec- 
orated table for the administrative, faculty, 
and staff buffet. 






Leona Londeen 
Staff cook 



, 



Anna Johnson Grace Costin 
Pastrycook Snack bar cook 



Cafeteria Staff 



Keeping the students at Juco fed is the main 
task of the cafeteria staff. They prepare three 
full course meals a day to enable students in a 
hurry to get a good meal between classes. 
Twenty meals a week are served to dorm resi- 
dents. The snack bar provides sandwiches and 
desserts for the light eaters. 




Lelia Whipple 
Dishwasher 






Edna Rumsey Bernice Snodgrass Donna Whiteside Beverly Hess 

Staff cook Weekend cook Snack bar cook Manager 



Nadine Wilson 
Weekend cook 



Album 75 



Sophomores Al-Bu 



Sophomores totaling 226 — 140 men and 86 
women — made up a small but important part of 
the campus community. The class officers — Bill 
Good, president; Denise Hieberi vice president; 
and Shayne Heidlebaugh, secretary-treasurer — 
provided connections between the administra- 
tive staff, the student council, and the 
sophomores. 




Bill Good, Shayne Heidlebaugh, Denise Hiebert. 



Steven Alplanalp, Scott City 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Alexander, Wichita 

Business 
Michael Amend, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Anderson, El Dorado 

Forestry 
Wilma Anderson, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

David Andrus, El Dorado 

Automotive 
Neal Arnold, Wichita 

Journalism 
Billy Atkinson, Andover 

Liberal Arts 
Mark Bacon, Leon 

Engineering 
George Baden, Goddard 

Physical Education 

Randall Baker, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
David Ball, El Dorado 

Biology 
Faye Ball, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Lavonna Brown, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Danny Bryant, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 







76 Album 



Rosalie Baker, El Dorado 

Nursing 
John Barbur, Rose Hill 

Forestry 
Julia Barnes, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Sandra Barnt, El Dorado 

Theatre Arts 
Jane Bartlett, El Dorado 

Psychology 

Christine Bartling, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Jim Beadle, Augusta 

Physical Education 
Daniel Beckman, El Dorado 

Drafting 
Joseph Beeman, Hamilton 

Liberal Arts 
Jackie Berryman, Potwin 

Nursing 






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Charles Bever, Towanda 

Business Administration 
Charles Beye, Augusta 

Civil Engineering 
Jon Biggs, Potwin 

Agriculture 
Rodger Biles, El Dorado 

Speech 
John Blackmore, El Dorado 

Business 

Sandford Blyn, Wichita 

Engineering 
Randall Booth, El Dorado 

Auto Technology 
Marilew Bowersox, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 
Kenneth Bowman, Wichita 

Electronics 
Janet Boyer, Augusta 

Elementary Education 

Claude Bradney, Topeka 

Liberal Arts 
Bill Braitsch, Andover 

Liberal Arts 
Gary Brammer, Eureka 

Drafting 
Frank Britton, Wichita 

Business 
Helen Brown, El Dorado 

Political Science 

Margaret Brown, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Debra Bruce, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Kathy Burgess, Sterling 

Nursing 
James Burner, Latham 

Data Processing 



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Album 77 





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Bill Bush, Douglass 

Music 
Becky Callaway. El Dorado 

Theatre 
Ken Canfield, Wichita 

Dentistry 
Don Carmichael, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Christopher Chaffin, Wichita 

Journalism 

Daniel Cheney, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
David Choens, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Terry Church, Newton 

Physical Therapy 
Dean Claycamp, Benton 

Accounting 
Nancy Cocking, Wichita 

Elementary Education 

Mike Cook, El Dorado 

Theatre 
Sean Cook, Cheney 

Veterinary Medicine 
Linda Cooke, El Dorado 

Physical Therapy 
RoyleneCool, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Madeline Copeland, Eureka 

Nursing 

James Corteville, Wichita 

Natural Sciences 
Sharon Courter, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Steven Cowman, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Donna Cox, Douglass 

Data Processing 
Steven Cox, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 



Sophomores Bu-Fi 




78 Album 




William Crone, Wichita 

Science 
Jane Cross, El Dorado 

Business 
Linsey Cutsinger, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Mark Durnil, El Dorado 

Auto Mechanics 
Susan Davis, Augusta 

Nursing 

Carol Day, Towanda 

Elementary Education 
David Delzer, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Susan DeVore, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Merrill De Young, Fort Riley 

Fine Arts 
Jim Diebold, Wichita 

Pre-Law 

Jeanne Dietz, El Dorado 

Biology 
Stanley Diskin, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Kelvin Dodson, El Dorado 

Auto Technology 
Robert Doile, El Dorado 

Animal Science 
Janice Domann, El Dorado 

Pre-Nursing 

Larry Doornbos, El Dorado 

Business 
Gary Doty, El Dorado 

Sociology 
Lloyd Dunlap, South Haven 

Geology 
Jack Dunsford, Augusta 

Medical Technology 
Patricia Edwards, El Dorado 

Business 

Curtis Ella rd, Ellsworth 

Business Administration 
Craig Elliott, El Dorado 

Education 
Pamela Elliott, Leavenworth 

Sociology 
Dave Ellis, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Dennis Engels, Benton 

English 



Joyce Engle, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Evans, Wichita 

Nursing 
Mary Evenson, Towanda 

Elementary Education 
Richard Faber, Wichita 

Drafting 
Nolan Faidley, El Dorado 

Journalism 

Debbie Farris, El Dorado 

Business 
Rita Fehrenbach, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
James Fender, Russell 

Journalism, Radio, TV 
Jayne Fieandt, Rose Hill 

Elementary Education 
William Filener, Derby 

Mathematics 




Album 79 



Larry Fleming, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Julie Fredenksen, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
David Frisbie, El Dorado 

Wildlife Management 
Gary Fritzler, El Dorado 

Public Relations 
Deborah Frizzell, Wichita 

Nursing 

David Fuller, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Ronald Fuller, Eureka 

Accounting 
Deborah Galloway, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Oness Gardner, Andover 

Electronics 
Jerry Geese, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Anna Genter, Augusta 

Nursing 
Lynford Gerber, Harper 

Liberal Arts 
Joanne Girod, El Dorado 

Veterinary Medicine 
James Glaze, Augusta 

Engineering 
Kristin Goebel, Potwm 

History 

Chad Golden, El Dorado 

Social Science 
Mildred Golden, Wichita 

Nursing 
Patsy Gomez, Wichita 

Nursing 
Joseph Gonzalez, Topeka 

Liberal Arts 
Christina Gooch, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 




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Sophomores 

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Foosball attracts attention of many students in the student union . 



80 Album 







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William Good, Benton 

Medicine 
Arnold Graef, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Karl Graff. El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Shelloa Graham, Douglass 

Elementary Education 
Stanley Greenbank, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Le Dana Gregory, Wichita 

Nursing 
Robert Grimmet, Council Grove 

Electronics 
Rita Gum, El Dorado 

Theatre 
Lyle Gumfory, Winfield 

Business 
Jerral Hafner, Abilene 

Electronics 

David Hall, Potwin 

Law 
Robert Hammon, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Carol Hammonds, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Ronald Harper, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Jeanne Harrington, Viola 

Elementary Education 

Lennie Harrison. Kirkwood, Missouri 

Liberal Arts 
Frank Harshman, Clements 

Vocational Automotive 
Rupert Hays, Augusta 

Engineering 
Mary Hearn, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Janette Heater, Belle Plaine 

Elementary Education 



Shayne Heidlebaugh, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 
Thomas Henton, South Haven 

Journalism 
Robin Hickenlooper, Wichita 

Welding 
Denise Hiebert, El Dorado 

Theatre Arts 
Jack Highbarger, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 

Owen Hill, El Dorado 

Data Processing 
Maurice Hime, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Sheldon Hochuli, Holton 

Business 
Sheldon Holt, Atlanta 

Auto Body 
Nancy Honer, El Dorado 

Mathematics 



Rodney Hopkins, Abilene 

Electronics 
Lawrence Horton, Haysville 

Business 
Bill Houchin, Augusta 

Data Processing 
Allan Hoyle, Wichita 

Electronics 









Album81 




Marsha Humbolt, Mulvane 

Liberal Arts 
Deborah Hunt, Wichita 

Secretarial 
Carolyn Jackson, Valley Center 

Liberal Arts 
Daniel Jacobs, Wichita 

Medical Technician 
Katha Jacobs, Wichita 

Nursing 

Eddine Jamal, Lebanon 

Liberal Arts 
Lucie Jenkins, Douglass 

History 
Michael J. Johnston, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Warren Johnston, Haysville 

Business Administration 
Jeanne Jones. El Dorado 

Accounting 



Kenneth Jones, El Dorado 

Accounting 
Richard Kaufman, Potwin 

Drafting 
Beverly Keagy, Derby 

English 
Carol Keefer, Lawrence 

Liberal Arts 
Kenneth Keehn, Wichita 

Business Administration 

Kevin Kemp, Oxford 

Veterinary Medicine 
William Kerr, Derby 

Business Administration 
Ella Kimble, Augusta 

Nursing 
Nancy Kirkpatrick, El Dorado 

Psychology 
Mark Konecny, Wichita 

Physical Education 

Kim Krasuski, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Larry Krepel, Wichita 

Science 
James Krsnich, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Terry Kunkel, Douglass 

Mathematics 
John Lane, Wichita 

Auto Technology 










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Kenneth Latta, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Linda Lara. Augusta 

Art 

Sam Leben, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Barbara Lemasters, Galva 

Business, Secretarial 
Greg Lewis, El Dorado 

Biology 

Oscar Lewis, Rose Hill 

Elementary Education 
Sharon Lewis, Wichita 

Secretarial 
Donald Lietzke, Augusta 

Industrial Science 
Larry Lingafelter, Wichita 

Business 
Kent Lorenz, Wichita 

Data Processing 



82 Album 





Sophomores 
Hu-Mi 



Forrest Lowry, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Sandra Lucas, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Joseph Luebcke, Herkimer 

Liberal Arts 
John Lynn, El Dorado 

Auto Body 
Richard Maddux, El Dorado 

English 

Janelle Magouirk, Cimarron 

Liberal Arts 
Beth Martens, El Dorado 

Dietetics 
Linda McAllister, Towanda 

Liberal Arts 
Jill McCollum, Fall River 

Nursing 
Robert McCombs, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

John McCrary, Andover 

Auto Body 
Marilyn McElroy, El Dorado 

Business 
John McVey, Newton 

Liberal Arts 
John Merryfield, Holton 

Journalism 
Charles Meyer, Big Bow 

Mathematics 

Richard Michaelis, Topeka 

Secondary Education 
Constance Miller, Eureka 

Elementary Education 
David Miller, Valley Center 

Automotive Technology 
Margaret Miller, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Robert Miller, Wichita 

Journalism 



Several students enjoy some tree time away trom classes and studies. 







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Sophomores 
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Mary Mitchell, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Marcella Morgan, Mulvane 

Liberal Arts 
Raymond Morgan, El Dorado 

Art 
Tresia Morris, Derby 

Liberal Arts 
Roger Morrow. El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Susan Murray. El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Jams Nash, El Dorado 

Business 
Howie Nelson, Towanda 

Pre-Medicine 
Phillip Nickel, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Roger Nickel. Wichita 

Psychology 

Tandy Noeller, Leon 

Nursing 
Diana Noffsmger, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Steve Nolting, Derby 

Biological Science 
Lornta Orndorff, El Dorado 

Nursing 
Michael Paige, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Anna Patterson, Towanda 

Secondary Education 
Bryan Pearce, El Dorado 

Business 
Steve Peniston, Wichita 

Business 
Newton Pewewardy. Wichita 

Drafting 
Bobby Phihpi. El Dorado 

Drafting 

Larry Philpott, Derby 

Business Administration 
Ross Pierce, Wichita 

Secretarial 
Robert Plumley, Andover 

Liberal Arts 
Rick Pock, Waverly 

Accounting 
Randy Potter, El Dorado 

Physical Education 







Paula Powell, Derby 

Liberal Arts 
David Powers, Wichita 

Data Processing 
Buford Pringle, Wichita 

Political Science, Journalism 
Dennis Rader, Wichita 

Electronics 
Norma Ramsey, El Dorado 

Nursing 

Kenneth W. Raney, Ellsworth 

Liberal Arts 
Mark Rathert, Marion 

Architecture 
Lonnie Ratzlaff, Augusta 

Secondary Education 
William Ray, Holton 

Mathematics 
Joan Redmgton, Towanda 

Business 



Rosemary Reeb, El Dorado 

Chemistry 
Paula Reed, Towanda 

Elementary Education 
Theodore Reeves, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Patricia Regnier, Marion 

Marketing 
Ronald Remley, Centralia, Mo. 

Industrial Arts 

David Renteria, Wichita 

Political Science 
Connie Reynolds, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Reynolds, Gladstone, Mc 

Photography 
Delbert Rice, El Dorado 

Social Science 
Mary Rice, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 

Lloyd Ross, El Dorado 

Business 
Glen Roths, Wichita 

Biology 
Starlene Rush, El Dorado 

Horticultural Therapy 
Raul Saavedra, Junction City 

Nursing 
Larry Sangals, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 

Linda Schroeder, Derby 

Liberal Arts 
Rodney Schuler, El Dorado 

Theatre 
Clarence Schwemmer, Andover 

Business Administration 
James Scribner, El Dorado 

Drama 
Marlene Scribner, El Dorado 

Sociology 

Carol Seivley, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Steven Shephard, El Dorado 

Business Administration 
Virgil Shields, Derby 

Auto Body 
Jack Shipman, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 




Album 85 



Donald Shoemaker, El Dorado 

Photojournalism 
Linda Siegnst, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Cynthia Sims, Augusta 

Elementary Education 
David Smith, Towanda 

Physical Education 
Greg Smith, El Dorado 

Pre-Law 

Leroy Smith, Salina 

Liberal Arts 
01 i n Smith, Potwin 

Automotive 
Fred Solorio, El Dorado 

Drafting 
Gary Spear, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Donna Squier, Latham 

Data Processing 

James Stewart. Severy 

Nursing 
Dennis Straughn, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
William Strauss, Lawrence 

Welding 
Melvin Stringer, El Dorado 

Accounting 
Randy Strothman, Wichita 

Physical Education 

Kathleen Sullivan, Douglass 

History 
David Sundgren, Rosalia 

Liberal Arts 
Janelle Swain, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Patricia Swanson, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Steve Tappehorn, Sabetha 

Physical Education 

Laura Teegarden, Augusta 

Anthropology 
Jack Thorne, Manhattan 

Music 
Gary Thornton, Wellington 

Liberal Arts 
Billie Tolbert, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Pamela Travis, Derby 

Psychology 





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lax, rap, and eat. 



86 Album 




Max Troutman, Riverdale 

Drafting 
Gary Unruh, Newton 

. Agriculture 
Peggy Ussery, El Dorado 

Secondary Education 
Pamela Vance, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 



Douglas Van Dolah, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Patricia Vogt, Valley Center 

Liberal Arts 
Craig Waltman, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Donald Ward, El Dorado 

Forestry 



Howard Ward, Eureka 

Liberal Arts 
Michael Wardlaw, Halstead 

Medical Technology 
Jack Warkentine, Wellington 

Drafting 
Linda Wayman, Mulvane 

Liberal Arts 
William Weaver, Salina 

Public Relations 





Kenneth Welk, Ellsworth 

Physical Education 
Beth Whitney, Douglass 

Psychology 
Katharine Whitt, El Dorado 

Pre Cytotechnology 
Robert Wick, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
DeniseWiens, Marion 

Marketing 

Paul Wilcox, Augusta 

Business 
Gary Willhite, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Myron Willhite, Leon 

Agriculture 
Timothy Wi 1 1 its. Peru 

Auto Body 
Bonnie Wilson. Towanda 

Liberal Arts 

Michael Wisdom, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
A I v i n Wolf, Moline 

Welding Technician 
Mark Wolf, El Dorado 

Political Science 
Garralyn Woods, Wichita 

Special Education 
Dennis Woodworth, Argonia 

Liberal Arts 

David Worrell, Leon 

Veterinary Medicine 
David Wright, Newton 

Auto Technology 
Laura Wyant, Towanda 

Business Education 
Dons Ziegler, El Dorado 

Elementary Education 
Randi Zlab, Leon 

Liberal Arts 



Albums 87 



Randall Albaugh, Wichita 

Business 
Thomas Angulo, Wichita 

Accounting 
Starlet Bannon, Douglass 

Marketing Technology 
Debbie Bare, Douglass 

Nursing 



Victoria Bates, Rose Hill 

Nursing 
John Brewer, Augusta 

Architecture 
David Canfield, Augusta 

Nursing 
Ricardo Cano, McAllen, Texas 

Secondary Education 



Randy Carlton, El Dorado 

Physical Education 
Larry Conrod, El Dorado 

Biology 
Sheldon Cordry, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Helen Ellsworth, El Dorado 

Business 




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Mark Foree, Lawrence 

Art 
Janice Foster, Wichita 

Music 
Roger Fuller, El Dorado 

Electronics 
Roger Govan, Wichita 

Automotive Technology 
Richard Graves, Leon 
Liberal Arts 
John Haywood, Wichita 

Social Work 
Susan Helfrich, Newton 

Liberal Arts 
William Helms, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Kathryn Hobbs, Wichita 

Liberal Arts 
Karolee Holladay, El Dorado 
Mathematics 
Jane Hufford, El Dorado 

Education 
Leonard Jones, Hill City 

Physical Education 
Ronald Kates, Wichita 

Art, Physical Education 
Karen Kinder, El Dorado 

Education 
Pamela Krueger, Wichita 
Business 
Robert Lamb, Whitewater 

Mortician 
Paul Leis, Augusta 
Agriculture 
Merrill Mauk, Wichita 

Commercial Art 
Mike McKay, Wichita 

Medical Technology 
Robert McClurg, El Dorado 
Engineering 



Clinton Milbourn, El Dorado 

Pre-Law 
Steven Palacioz, Wichita 

Journalism 
Dennis Peters, Wichita 

Nursing 
Carl Rhoads, Derby 

Auto Body Technology 



Donna Ross, Augusta 

Liberal Arts 
Steven Russell, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Ron Silz, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Business 
Paul Stiles, Wichita 

Data Processing 



Mark Strathman, Topeka 

History 
Floyd Strobel, Mulvane 

Engineering 
Nancy Taylor, Douglass 

English 
Darlene Tilson, Eureka 

Business 



Leslie Walker, El Dorado 

Liberal Arts 
Kenneth Yeoman, Wichita 

Medical Technology 
Sheryl York, Maize 

Physical Education 







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Warren Abbott, El Dorado 

Special 
Ted Fawbush, Eureka 

Special 
Kenneth Guthrie, Towanda 

Special 
Wanda Howard, Augusta 

Special 
Tim Sullivan, Wichita 

Special 



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The 1353 freshmen students 
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college life by becoming involved 
in many types of campus activi- 
ties. Richard Burton, president; 
Doug Krause, vice president; and 
Dania Fritzler, secretary-treasur- 
er represented the class in stu- 
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Doug Krause, Dania Fritzler, Rick Burton. 



Noritoshi Abe. Tokyo, Japan 
Marcie Adair, El Dorado 
Carmen Adelson, Augusta 
Robert Adkins, Wichita 
Frank Altaro, El Dorado 
Delia Allen, Wichita 



Lyndell Allen, Goddard 
Sandra Allen, Augusta 
Jonnie Alter, Valley Center 
Cynthia Anderson, Hope 
Jody Anderson, Augusta 
Joyce Anderson, Wichita 



Robert Andrews, El Dorado 
John Arnett, El Dorado 
Vickie Arnold, Towanda 
Gary Asher, Wichita 
Jack Attaway, El Dorado 
Laura Auer, Augusta 



Diana Austin, Towanda 
Vicky Avers, Rose Hill 
Victor Ayers, Towanda 
Timothy Ayres, Augusta 
Robert Bachman, Wichita 
Roger Baker, Wichita 



Curtis Baltzey, El Dorado 
Pamela Banister, Douglass 
William Barber, Holton 
Sheri Barr, El Dorado 
Steven Beal, Towanda 
Wayne Becker, Wichjta 

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Cecilia Bedigrew, Augusta 
Ardithe Beeler, Derby 
Dean Belford, Augusta 
Cliff Bennington, El Dorado 
Glenn Bennington, Augusta 
Mara Betten, Fall River 

Gary Bibb, El Dorado 
Jerry Binns, Newport News, 

Virginia 
Charlotte Blankinship, 

Sedan 
William Bliss, Rose Hill 
Michael Blodgett, Russell 
Robert Bohnert, El Dorado 

Victoria Bollman, Derby 
Gayla Bonnell, El Dorado 
James Borthnick, Kansas 

City 
Linda Boucher, Douglass 
Scott Bowlin, Whitewater 
William Boyce, Wamego 

Ronald Boyd, Wichita 
Terry Bradstreet, Eureka 
Brian Breech, El Dorado 
Ron Brickley, El Dorado 
Willie Mae Brim, Wichita 
Leah Brison, El Dorado 



Phillip Brothers, Potwin 
Janet Brotton, Douglass 
Michael Brouhard, Andover 
Mary Brown, El Dorado 
Robert Brown, Topeka 
William Brown, Neal 



Lester Brungardt, El Dorado 
Robert Bryan, El Dorado 
Janet Burden, Benton 
Patrica Burger, Salina 
Donald Burt, Wichita 
Richard Burton, El Dorado 



Charles Buss, Oxford 
Ronald Butler, Wichita 
Sam Buxton, El Dorado 
Keith Cahalen, El Dorado 
Charles Call, El Dorado 
Michael Call, Wichita 



Jo Camp, El Dorado 
Ronald Carbon, Atlanta 
Scott Carleton, El Dorado 
Jeff Carroll, Augusta 
David Carson, El Dorado 
Rita Carter, El Dorado 



William Case, Lyons 
Debra Castle, Derby 
Jack Chamberlain, El Dorado 
Karen Chapman, Wichita 
John Cherryholmes, Potwin 
Richard Childers, Wichita 




Album91 




Mock classes during orientation prove popular. 



Charles Chisolm, 

Wadmalow, S.C. 
Albert Ciccel. Wichita 
Terry Cikanek, Beloit 
CraigClark, Towanda 
Marsha Clark, El Dorado 
Ha Clements, El Dorado 



Sherry Clymer, El Dorado 
James Cobb, Holton 
Tamra Coder, Wichita 
Marcus Cody, Wichita 
Vicki Coffel, Wellington 
Jerry Cotield, Leon 



Virginia Colcote. Wichita 
Bernie Collins, El Dorado 
Mary Compton, Wichita 
Rod Conquest, Moundndge 
Linda Cooper, El Dorado 
Sal I le Cooper, Wichita 



Linn Copeland, El Dorado 
David Copp, Topeka 
Harold Corey, Ogden 
Bruce Courtney, El Dorado 
Randy Cowan, Augusta 
Diane Cox, El Dorado 

Stanley Cox, Rose Hill 
Barry Cross, El Dorado 
David Crouse, Andover 
Rande Cunningham, Wichita 
Helene Curtis, El Dorado 
Rebecca Cushman. El 
Dorado 

Leroy Dailey, Wichita 
Steven Davis, Alex, Va. 
Denise Dawson, Leon 
Mary Day, Augusta 
Douglass Dealy, El Dorado 



92 Album 





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Kathenne Dennis, El Dorado 
Bradley Denny, Towanda 
Janice Denny, El Dorado 
Ten Denton, El Dorado 
David Despard, Whitewater 
Brent Dessenberger. Wichita 

Wesley Devine. Leon 
John Dickinson, 
Leavenworth 
Janet Dillmon, El Dorado 
Steve Dimick, El Dorado 
Linda Divine, El Dorado 
William Dobbin, El Dorado 



I erry Donovan, Wichita 
Charles Drake, Wichita 
Kay Dullea. Andover 
Kathy Duncan, El Dorado 
David Duranleau, Wichita 
Matthew Eaton, El Dorado 



John Eby, Wichita 
Craig Edmonston, 

Protection 
Richard Elder, Douglass 
Deborah Elliott, El Dorado 
John Ely, Holton 
Duane Emig, Abilene 



Paula Engle, Wichita 
Lyle English, Eureka 
Craig Erhardt, Wichita 
Larry Erikson, Augusta 
Michael Essex, El Dorado 
Nikki Essex, El Dorado 



Bradley Eustice, El Dorado 
Ronald Evans, El Dorado 
Lois Evenson, Towanda 
Mike Fagg, El Dorado 
Carl Farnsworth, Wichita 
Janice Farr, Derby 





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Kenneth Fast, Newton 
Donna Fawbush, Eureka 
Daniel Fechter, Hamilton 
Patrick Fenton, Wichita 
Robert Ferguson, Augusta 



Michal Ferran. El Dorado 
Brian Fick, Manhattan 
Miriam Fiechtl, Augusta 
Raymond Fierbaugh, 

Augusta 
Gerald Fisher, Wichita 



Helen Forbes, Eureka 
Greg Forpahl. Augusta 
Richard Fowler, El Dorado 
Gregory Fox, El Dorado 



Album 93 



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Cheerleaders lead cheers to help create spirit. 




Debra Freeman, Rose Hill 
Jerry Freeman, Wichita 
Keith Frey, El Dorado 
Dania Fritzler, El Dorado 
William Fry, Wichita 
Janet Fullinwider, El Dorado 



Michael Gagnon, Hutchinson 
Mark Gale, Wichita 
Patrick Galloway. El Dorado 
Dennis Gardner, El Dorado 
Terry Gaskill, Augusta 
Charles Gaston. El Dorado 



Larry Gates, El Dorado 
Ronald Gerant, Wichita 
Mike Gerberding, Benton 
James Giftord, Wichita 
Donald G 1 1 1 1 land. El Dorado 
Larry Gimple, Douglass 



Mark Glenn, Russell 
Sandra Glenn, El Dorado 
Rose Goentezel, Marion 
Samuel E. Gomez, El Dorado 
Samuel L. Gomez, Topeka 
Glenn Good, El Dorado 



Lee Goodman, El Dorado 
William Gordon, Topeka 
Nancy Gower, El Dorado 
John Gragg, Leon 
Cile Grant, Wichita 
Philip Greco, Manhattan 

Michael Green, Lawrence 
Ralph Green, El Dorado 
Rick Grove, El Dorado 
Mary Gruenbacher, Colwich 
Jacqueline Gustafson, 

Douglass 
Pamela Gutman, Russell 



94 Album 



Vicki Haberman, Wichita 
Stephen Hageman, Wichita 
Randy Hall, Augusta 
Roger Hall, Towanda 
Carl Hamilton, Cimarron 
Melvin Hammer, Valley 
Center 

Rodney Hampton, Ulysses 
Paul Handke, Horton 
Leann Haney, Derby 
Denta Hanna, Towanda 
Jeanette Harder, 

Whiterwater 
Gavin Harner, Kingman 



Karla Harris, El Dorado 
Deborah Haskell, Wellington 
Randy Haskins, Wichita 
Richard Hattield, Herington 
Jerald Hattan, El Dorado 
Kevin Hays, El Dorado 




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William Heitzenrater, 

Beaumont 
Michael Hemberger, Conway 

Springs 
Anthony Henn, El Dorado 
Steven Henrie, Benton 
Donald Herbert, Benton 
Lisa Hershberger, Sedgwick 



Burgess Heyward, Johns 

Island S.C. 
Cindy Hill, Mulvane 
Mark Hinde, Cassoday 
Walter Hines, Tucumcari 

N.M. 
Patrick Hogan, Andover 



Michael Holmes, Augusta 
John Hoover, Wichita 
Linda Hostetler, Haysville 
Danny Howard, El Dorado 
Leann Hoyt, El Dorado 
Cathy Hubbard, Wichita 



Mattie Hubbard, Wichita 
Carolyn Huette, Wichita 
David Hutfman, Lyons 
James Hughes, El Dorado 
Mary Hughes, McPherson 
Joseph Humig, El Dorado 



Terry Hurley, Augusta 
Leo Huston, Abilene 
Linda Ingram, Wichita 
Thomas Inkanish, Eureka 
Shahram Jaafari, Persia 
Janice Jack, Towanda 



Anne Jackson, El Dorado 
James Jackson, El Dorado 
Randall Jackson, Valley 

Center 
Glenn Jacobs, Wichita 
Marc James, El Dorado 
Carol Jaquis, Mulvane 




Album 95 



Freshmen Ja-Mc 




Non-verbal communication proves difficult for students. 





Gregory Jaworsky, Hillsboro 
Michael Jenkins, El Dorado 
Danny Johnson, Newark, 

N.J. 
Donald Johnson, Newark, 

N.J. 
Gregory Johnson, Augusta 
Janet Johnson, Wichita 

Joseph Johnson, Wichita 
Karen Johnson, Augusta 
Lyndia Johnson, McPherson 
Mark Johnson, El Dorado 
Menca Johnson, Augusta 
Michael R. Johnston, El 
Dorado 

Gregory Joyce, El Dorado 
Roger Karnahan, El Dorado 
Wolfgang Kaschner, 

Kirkwood, Mo. 
Fredrick Keehn, Towanda 
Leslie Kelly, Potwin 
Mike Kelly, El Dorado 



Stephen Kelly, Effingham 
William Kelly, Augusta 
Janice Kempker, Wichita 
Nancy Ketts, Douglass 
Robert Kihle, Douglass 
Randy Kilgore, El Dorado 



Ralph Kimball, Marion 
David Kime, Wichita 
Jon Kindlesparger, Salina 
Deborah Kingsley, Leon 
Wendi Kirkhart, Wichita 
Cheri Kirwin, Augusta 



Michael Kling, El Dorado 
Martha Koester, Douglass 
William Kohls, Herington 
Douglas Krause, El Dorado 
Joice Kreglow, Derby 
Leonard Kurtz, Wichita 

96 Album 





Brett Laaser, Andover 
Judy Lambert, Elbing 
Pamela Langley, Potwin 
Lawrence Langvardt. Benton 
Dolores Lara, Augusta 
Terrill Lauer, Wichita 



Dale Lee, Benton 
Jeffrey Lee, Wichita 
Michael Lee, El Dorado 
Elaine Leigh, Eureka 
Marilyn Leis, Derby 
Sherryl Leis, Derby 



Darla Lenertz, Andover 
Alice Lennen, El Dorado 
Larry Leonard, El Dorado 
William Lentz, Augusta 
Merle Leslie, Andover 
Bruce Lingenfelter, Wichita 



Jamie Lininger, Wichita 
Polly Little, Douglass 
Wallace Logan, Wichita 
Audrey Long, Eureka 
Lyn Long, Eureka 
Patricia Long, Mulvane 



Mary Ann Loop, Wichita 
Daniel Lord, Augusta 
Barbara Lowden, Peabody 
Myrna Lowden, Peabody 
Joanne Lowe, Wichita 
Mary Lowry, Moline 

Ramona Lowry, El Dorado 
Marko Luntungan, Djakarta, 

Indonesia 
Sandra Luscombe, Wetmore 
Bertha Lyday, Wichita 
Jacolyn Lynn, El Dorado 
Marki Maddux, El Dorado 




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Randy Maddux, El Dorado 
Jonnie Madsen. Wichita 
Patrick Mahaffey, Augusta 
Chrisan Mahan. Towanda 
Mark Malone, Ulysses 
Kim Maninger, Wichita 



Chris Manning, Kansas City 
Donald Manning. Wichita 
Linda Marcy. Augusta 
Galen Markley. Augusta 
Cathy Marley. Benton 
Troy May, Eureka 



Gregory May, Fredonia 
Jane May, El Dorado 
Donna McAllister, El Dorado 
John McChnstian. El Dorado 
David McClanathan, Salina 
Julie McClay, Wichita 

Album 97 



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98 Album 



Mark McCluggage, Douglas 
Eric McClure, Maize 
J. C. McClure, Augusta 
Timothy McConnell, Derby 
Timothy McGehee. Eureka 
Sally McGehee, Eureka 

Linda McGilvrey, Wichita 
John McGinty, Abilene 
Ramona Mcintosh, Eureka 
Raymond Mcintosh, Eureka 
Michael McWilhams, 

Towanda 
Raymond Merritt, Wichita 

Linda Metcalf, El Dorado 
William Meysing, Lincolnville 
Janet Middleton, El Dorado 
Richard Middleton, Wichita 
David Milbourn, El Dorado 
Janet Miller, El Dorado 



Mary Miller. Towanda 
Jerry Millison, Augusta 
Lonnie Mills, Towanda 
Sam Mills, Eureka 
Debra Minnick, Augusta 
Cynda Moore, Augusta 



Randall Moreland, El Dorado 
Pamela Morgan, Mulvane 
Danny Morrow, El Dorado 
Donna Mossman, El Dorado 
Byron Motter, Whitewater 
Steve Muncy, El Dorado 

Karen Murphy, Cherry Hill, 

N.J. 
Connie Murrow, Rose Hill 
Robert Nash, Wichita 
Brent Nearhood, El Dorado 
Billy Needham, El Dorado 
James Nellans, El Dorado 



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Martha Nesmith, Towanda 
William Newbury, El Dorado 
Mark Newland, Wichita 
Gary Nickel, El Dorado 
Tern Nmke, Wichita 
Paula Nolting, Derby 

Gregory Norflee. Redbank, 

N.J. 
Edward Nornck, El Dorado 
Billy Norris, Wellington 
James Northrop. Towanda 
Robert Notz, Derby 
Nancy Nowlin, Topeka 



Larry Nuckolls, Wichita 
Terry Oaks. El Dorado 
Eileen Oberley, lola 
Maureen O'Donnell. Wichita 
Rodney O'Donnell, Wichita 
Stuart Oeser, Wichita 



MarkOhl, El Dorado 
Daniel Olinger, Wichita 
John Oliver, El Dorado 
Barbara Orr, Augusta 
Randall Osborne, Towanda 
Wayne Paddock, El Dorado 



Darrel Paige, Wichita 
Edward Parks, Whitewater 
Dianne Parnell, Benton 
James Parrish, Burns 
Diane Parsons, Oxtord 
Wade Parsons, Wichita 



Myrtle Partridge, Whitewater 
Thomas Patry, Wichita 
Billie Patterson, Potwin 
Gary Paul, Augusta 
David Payne, Wichita 
Tim Payne, Wellington 



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Jerrold Peace, El Dorado 
Brad Pendlay. El Dorado 
Dennis Pennebaker, Eureka 
Dana Pennington, Augusta 
Jim Perrine, Derby 
Susan Pharr, Leon 

Marsha Phelps, Wichita 
Roy Phillips. El Dorado 
James Pierce, Augusta 
Jerry Pile, Wellington 
Raymond Pinkerton. El 

Dorado 
Sandra Pipping, El Dorado 

Perry Pittman. El Dorado 
Mary Poeschel. El Dorado 
Gary Pope, Wichita 
Tim Pouncey, Douglass 
John Powers. El Dorado 
Robert Pracht. Wichita 

Album 99 



Phylana Prather, El Dorado 
Gary Prewitt, Cassoday 
Teresa Prichard, Benton 
John Pyles, Wichita 
Pantelis Rachmanides, 

Lawrence 
Jeff Rains, Wichita 

Jerry Rambo, Wichita 
Angeline Ratcliff, Wellington 
Michael Rawlings, Augusta 
Charles Ray, Augusta 
Rhonda Reed, Leon 
Donna Reese, Wichita 



Kathy Regnier, Marion 
Anita Rehlen, Valley Center 
John Reinhart, Towanda 
William Rhyne, El Dorado 
Cynthia Richard. Ellsworth 
Jamie Richardson, Benton 



Brenda Richmond, Marion 
Kay Riordon, Wichita 
Vickie Robinette, Guthrie, 

Ok. 
Dennis Robinson, Wichita 
Gregory Rockhill, Eureka 
Shirley Rogers, El Dorado 






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Lila Rohr, El Dorado 
Charles Romero, El Dorado 
Donald Ross, Andover 
Judy Ross, El Dorado 
Ray Ross, Augusta 
Roy Ross, Towanda 

Scott Ross, Cheney 
Everett Ryan, Valley Center 
Jeanne Ryan, Enterprise 
George Sammons, El Dorado 
Patricia Sanders, Valley 

Center 
Gregory Sarensen, Netewaka 

Karen Sarkett, Marion 
Wayne Saunders, Potwin 
Danny Sawyer, Oxford 
Roy Schaffer, Wichita 
Randy Schmidt, Norwich 
Stevan Schulze, Douglass 

Roxanne Schwemmer, 

Towanda 
John Scranton, Rose Hill 
Eric Seivley, Derby 
Ferrell Selvage, Augusta 
Gary Shaffer, Wichita 
Fredrick Sharshel, Wichita 

Charles Shepherd, El Dorado 
Michael Shields, Wichita 
Sam Showalter, Rose Hill 
Michael Shyrock, Augusta 
Debra Sibley, Wichita 
Robert Sissell, Wichita 

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Linda Sinsabaugh, Topeka 
Troy Slade, Burlington, N.C. 
Jane Sluss, El Dorado 
George Small, Augusta 
Alvin Smith, Wichita 
Charles Smith, Wichita 



Deborah Smith, Wichita 
Donald Smith, Eureka 
Martha Smith, Rose Hill 
Donna Snellen, Wichita 
Lisa Snodgrass, Benton 
James Snook, Cheney 



Timothy Sollars, Wichita 
Mark Somerville, El Dorado 
David Sooter, Derby 
Janell Sparks, Benton 
Mary Spinden, Burns 
Phyllis Spring, El Dorado 



Richard Spring, El Dorado 
Chris Squires, Wichita 
Lyle Stanley, Henngton 
Gary Starkel, El Dorado 
Thomas Steele, Wichita 
Orban Stephens, Rosalie 



Bradley Stiles, Wichita 
Arthur Stirnaman, Russell 
Audie Strotkamp, Burns 
Diane Stroud, Wichita 
Deborah Stueven, Augusta 
Jerome Sumral. Elbing 

Cyndy Suther, Augusta 
Harold Sutter, Wichita 
Rocky Swam, El Dorado 
Shirley Tartar, El Dorado 
NyleTayior, Wichita 
Steven Randall Taylor, 
Wichita 



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Young people enjoy talking and eating with friends. 







Album 101 




Steven William Taylor, El 

Dorado 
Gail Tennyson, El Dorado 
Michael D. Thomas, Marion 
Michael G. Thomas, Eureka 
Melinda Thompson, El 

Dorado 
Ronnie Thompson, Wichita 

Terry Tomlin, El Dorado 
Betty Triboulet, Moline 
Bradley Turner. Wichita 
Mark Uhland. Wichita 
James Unruh, El Dorado 
Steven Valentine, Eureka 



Grant Vance, Wichita 
Cheryl Van Cleve. Eureka 
Max Van Horn, El Dorado 
Billie Vaughan, Haysville 
George Voegelie. Colwich 
Victor Vogts. Rosalia 



Martha Voth, Newton 
Jack Wade, Douglass 
Kirk Wagner, El Dorado 
Edgar Wait, Benton 
Gregory Walno, Valley 

Center 
Alan Ward, Douglass 

Richard Ward, El Dorado 
Roger Ward, El Dorado 
Kathy Washington, Wichita 
Karen Watkins, Mulvane 
Sandra Wattenbarger, 

Towanda 
GayleWebb, El Dorado 

Thomas Webster, El Dorado 
William Webster. El Dorado 
Janet Weishaar, Douglass 
James Weller, El Dorado 
Stuart Weniger, Wichita 
Michael Werner, Kansas City 





Paula West, Abilene 
William Weston, Augusta 
Jerry Wheeler, Holton 
Janell White. Mulvane 
John White. Andover 
Jay Whiting, Topeka 

William Whitley, Burlington 

N.C. 
Joyce Widener, Augusta 
Florence Wiebe, Whitewater 
Bert Wiggins, Eureka 
Debbie Wiggins, Eureka 
Debra Wilber, El Dorado 



MikeWilber, El Dorado 
Mark Wilde. Wichita 
Gregory Wiley, El Dorado 
Cheryl Williams, El Dorado 
Donald Williams, El Dorado 
Richard Williams, Augusta 




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Students vote for class officers at fall election. 









Larry Williamson, Wichita 
Stan Williamson, Augusta 
Earl Willis, Wichita 
Jerry Wills, Augusta 
Kandis Willson, Douglass 



Dawn Wilson, El Dorado 
Jill Wilson, Towanda 
Monte Wilson, Towanda 
Samuel Wilson, Ellsworth 
Rodney Windsor, Andover 



Cheryl Wisdom, Augusta 
Robert Woodard, El Dorado 
Dent Worrell, Leon 
Judy Worrells, Wichita 



Barbara Wright, Wichita 
Robert Wyatt, Douglass 
Solen Yanca, Wichita 
Michael Young, Augusta 



Paula Young, Augusta 
Wayne Yust, Larned 
Dennis Zimmerman, 

Wellington 
Paul Zwolenski, Westwarrick, 

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Keith Albrecht, Herington 
Drucilla Andrews, El Dorado 
Terry Ashpole, Wichita 
Edward Austin, El Dorado 



John Beamer, Wellington 
Susan Benton, El Dorado 
Kenneth Bevan, Augusta 
Nancy Bmter, Wichita 





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Ouida Branch, Wichita 
Larry Boynton, El Dorado 
Patricia Bozone, Augusta 
Jerry Carter, Wichita 
Richard Charles, Wichita 
RonnieCheshier, Wichita 



ChristopherClasen, Douglas 
Fred Davis, Leon 
Dave Dearmore, Wichita 
Arthur Deleon, El Dorado 
David Dresser, Wichita 
Robert Droge, El Dorado 



Donald Duryea, Douglas 
Clarence Edwards, Leon 
Lois Evenson, Towanda 
Darlene Ferren, El Dorado 
Terry Fish, Wichita 
Ronald Fletcher, Wichita 



Helen Forbes, Eureka 
Greg Forphal, Augusta 
Darrold Franks, El Dorado 
Judith Gibson, Wichita 
Nancy Gower, El Dorado 
John Gragg, El Dorado 



Jim Graham, Wichita 
Ruth Guest, El Dorado 
Bill Haas, Wichita 
Rodney Hatcher, Derby 
Ronald Haynes, Wichita 
Wanda Houston, El Dorado 



Linton Hubbart, Augusta 
Randall Huddleston, Augusta 
Jenise Hudson, Wichita 
Shirley Hughey, El Dorado 
Holly Hutton, Wichita 
Lyle Jack, El Dorado 



Marsha Kirschbaum, 

El Dorado 
Robert Kittle, Douglas 
Terry Leach, El Dorado 
Sandra Liggett, El Dorado 
Marsha Lill, El Dorado 




Bruce Madison, El Dorado 
James Madison, Haysville 
Margaret Maddux, El Dorado 
Craig Mankin, Topeka 
Charlotte Mason, Peck 
Donald Mathews, 
Independence Mo. 

Bruce McAllister, El Dorado 
Mark McClure, Towanda 
Duane McCracken, 

El Dorado 
Steven McCracken, Augusta 
John McLaughlin, Potwin 
Shirley Meritt, Wichita 

Craig Miller, Cassoday 
Eugena Miller, Augusta 
Roger Miller, Wichita 
Clay Mitchell, Leon 
Hugo Moreiro, 

Montevideo, Uruguay 
Christopher Morton, Wichita 







Tom Murphy, Augusta 
Robin Neely, El Dorado 
Mark Nonken, El Dorado 
Gregory Norflee, 
Redbank, N.J. 



LaDonna Page, El Dorado 
Teresa Patton, El Dorado 
Carl Perry, Benton 
Rodney Poe, El Dorado 



James Post, Wichita 
Chris Rasmussen, 

Mount Hope 
Curley Reed, Wichita 
David Rockhill, Eureka 
Ghassan Sabbagh, Wichita 
Norman Sabbagh, Wichita 

James Schmeidler, Wichita 
John Scranton, Rose Hill 
Eric Seivley, Derby 
Gary Shaffer, Wichita 
Sam Showalter, Rose Hill 
Debra Sibley, Wichita 



Brenda Soyez, Marion 
Chris Squires, Wichita 
Kenneth Stanton, Augusta 
John Swain, El Dorado 
Richard Swallwell, Wichita 
Ben Titterington, El Dorado 



Taran Trice, Wichita 
Thearon Tyner, Wichita 
Carlene Valentine, Wichita 
Richard Waltman, El Dorado 
Karen Watts, Augusta 
Richard Wining, Wichita 




Acknowledgements 



A yearbook is a once-a-year publication which 
requires much thought, preparation and many 
hours of hard work. The 1973 GRIZZLY began 
simply as an idea on paper but now contains 
memories for each person associated with Butler 
County Community Junior College. It is our sin- 
cere wish that each student, faculty member, 
and staff member can distinctly identify himself 
with this edition of the 
grizzly. 

During my year as editor, new ideas have been 
sought for and tried in the hope that our book 
will be different from any other. Deadlines have 
been met with a few frustrations, but many re- 
warding hours have been spent with other staff 
members preparing your book of memories. 

Although I can't begin to mention everyone 
who has helped in the preparation of this book, 
my sincere thanks and appreciation go to Mr. 
Frank Wright, yearbook representative, for help- 
ing with the cover selection and other numerous 
details; Miss Blenda Kuhlmann, our adviser, for 
her patience and never failing assistance; the 
GRIZZLY staff — Mark Gale, photographer; Rita 
Fehrenbach, Jay Whiting, Tresia Morris, Cathy 
Marley, and Randi Zlab, who served as our typist. 
My thanks also go to Rick Carpenter, Mr. Darryl 
Patten, and members of the photography classes 
for supplying us with pictures and to Fulmer- 
Pippig Studio for their cooperation in developing 
and printing our pictures. A special thanks goes 
to Mr. Bill Bidwell for his advice and assistance 
when we needed him and to the campus organi- 
zations and their sponsors for their cooperation 
in scheduling pictures. But most important are 
you — the individuals who have suffered with us 
and endured having your pictures taken and at 
times retaken so that we could prepare this book 
for you. 

Paula Reed, Editor 
1973 GRIZZLY 




Randi Zlab types copy for the yearbook. 




The 1973 GRIZZLY production staff. 



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Greg Norflee received a trophy as the Grizzlies best football 
blocker, and Leroy Smith received one as the best tackier at 
the spring athletic banquet. 



SPRING GOLF RECORD 




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4th 


El Dorado 




7th 


Independence 




9th 


Kansas City 




6th 


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5th 


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4th 


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8th 


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2nd 


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Myron Willhite and Sandra Lucas won the championship in 
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Debbie Farris won the singles bowling tournament. 



Sheryl York, only BCCJC entrant in women's track events at 
the Butler County Invitational meet, placed second in discus 
with a distance of 96-11, second in softball throw at 159-8, 
and third in shot put at 29-2. 



108 Achieving 




Joe Luebcke was one of three 
unanimous choices to the all-star 
basketball team in the Western 
Division of the Jayhawk Junior College 
Conference. 



sports awards 




Lennie Harrison, outstanding junior 
college miler, qualified twice during 
the track season for All-Amencan 
honors. His winning the 1000 meter 
race in Columbia, Missouri and 
placing third in the National meet in 
Houston established an enviable 
record for himself and for BCCJC. 








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Lennie Harrison, graduating sophomore, breaks the tape on the 1.000 in 2:13.7 
at the National Junior College indoor meet in Columbia, Missouri. He went on to 
place third in the finals of the mile at the national junior college track meet in 
Houston, with a time of 4:14.4. Rick Carpenter, journalist photographer, filmed 
the above event for which he received a photographic honorable mention in the 
first Kansas Junior College Journalism Competition. 



Achieving 109 



tracksters sport 
national winner 




Dave Copp hands off to Jim Glaze on the relay team. 




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James Glaze 



1 10 Achieving 







Lennie Harrison, national winner. 



Burgess Heyward and Leonard Jones participate on the relay team. 




Jim Gifford 



Achieving 111 




Merrill Mauk received the annual Outstanding Art Student award for 1972-73 for his 
ability to work in various media, the promise he shows in the field of art and his 
attitude and contribution toward other people in the department. 





Alice in Wonderland cast received 
acclaim throughout the area for their 



fine arts 




Doug Krause presents one of his recent piano compositions after being chosen as a 
member of the talented Young Americans. He was selected after the group 
entertained at a local community concert. 



Sandra Barnt receives the Master 
Craftsman Trophy from President 
Walbourn in recognition of her 
contributions and attitude toward BCCJC 
theater productions. The award is 
presented annually to a sophomore student 
who is active in all phases of the theater. 



112 Achieving 





performance. 



distinctions 



Helen Brown, Greg Fox, Alice Lennen, Rod Schuler, Mr. Patten and Denise 
Hiebert display cups they received for participation in Juco Voices. Miss 
Hiebert received the Juco Voices Scholarship for having the highest grade 
point average in the group. 



Both students and faculty members participate in the production of "Three Men On A Horse" for the BCCJC 
stage. 




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campus 
honors 

Many students and fac- 
ulty members are hon- 
ored throughout the year in 
many different areas of 
concentration. Most of these 
are extra-curricular activities 
not normally required of the 
student. 




Debators Rodger Biles and John 
McChnstian walked away from the 
National Junior College Debate 
Tournament at Gattinburg, Tennessee 
with third-place honors. Biles also 
received an award commemorating 
his services as president of the 
national debate organization for the 
past year and McChnstian was elected 
vice president for the coming year. 
Mike Hadley, advisor, was appointed 
as national editor of all serial publica- 
tions of the association. 




These members of the DECA were winners at the National DECA competition held at 
Atlantic City," New Jersey May 4 thru 11: Craig Stephens, finalist. Sales 
Representative; Mark Eaton, second, Marketing Research; Starlet Bannon and Gary 
Fntzler, third, advertising campaign; Herman Ogg. sponsor and 
director/coordinator Marketing Technology program. 




Rita Carter, Darlene Tilson, Ramona Mcintosh, and Joan Redington took state and 
national honors in the office education competition. All placed first in state 
competition at Topeka and later entered nationals at Amarillo, Texas during the 
second week of May. 



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Blenda Kuhltmann 



Four faculty members have been named Outstanding Educators of America selected on the basis of their professional and civic 
achievements. Guidelines include an instructor's talents in the classroom, contributions to research, administrative abilities, 
civic service and professional recognition. 




Nolan Faidley, Bill Bidwell, Advisor; John Reinhart, Curt Baltzley, 
Jim Cobb received awards in Kansas' first junior college 
journalism competition. The LANTERN took a first in layout, 
make-up and general appearance and first in editorial writing by 
Jim Cobb. John Reinhart won first in feature writing and second 
for a sports feature story and Curt Baltzley, sports editor 
received a third place sports writing award. Not pictured is Rick 
Carpenter who captured second place in feature writing and an 
honorable mention for photography. 




Charles Fuller, Biology instructor, was named master teacher 
by the BCCJC education association. 



Achieving 115 



PRESIDENT'S HONOR ROLL 

A student who maintains a grade point average of 4.0 while carrying twelve or more college hours 
duung a semester is named to the President's Honor Roll. Ten students maintained the average for 
both semesters while thirty-nine received the honor for one semester. 

Two-Semester Honors 








Tim Ayres 
Nancy 
Kirkpatrick 



James Cobb 
Ramona Lowry 



Jane Cross 
Linda Metcalf 



One-Semester Honors 



Jayne Fieandt 
Susan Pharr 



*James Glaze 
Rosemary Reeb 



*Graduated with a 4.0 average 



Jack Attaway. 2 
FayeBall, 2 
Cecilia 

Bedigrew, 1 
Cliff 

Bennington, 

1 
Randy Booth, 2 



William Boyce, 

2 
Michael 

Brouhard 
Mary Brown, 1 
Mike Cook, 1 
Denise Dawson, 

1 



Ron Fuller, 1 
Denta Hanna, 2 
Jeannette 

Harder, 1 
Sheldon 

Hochuli, 1 
Michael 

Holmes, 1 





Nancy Honer, 2 
Michael J. 

Johnston, 2 
Michael R. 

Johnston, 1 
Kevin Kemp. 2 
Sam Leben, 2 



Merle Leslie, 1 
Robert 

McClurg, 2 
Robert 

McCombs, 2 
Roger Miller, 1 
Billy Needham, 

1 



Nancy Nowlin, 2 
Michael Paige. 

2 
Jerry Rambo, 1 
Glen Roths. 2 
Kathleen 

Sullivan, 2 
Nancy Taylor, 1 



Melinda 

Thompson, 2 
Max Troutman, 

2 
GayleWebb, 1 
Denise Wiens, 1 
Debra Wilber, 2 
Doris Ziegler, 1 



DEAN'S HONOR ROLL 

Students maintaining at least a 3.5 grade point average are named to the Dean's Honor Roll. Receiving the honor during either 
the fall or spring semesters were: Lyndell W. Allen, Michael Anderson, Jack A. Attaway, Vicky D. Avers, Faye M. Ball, Curtis 
Baltzley, Pamela Banister, John Barbur, Deborah A. Bare, Gary A. Bibb, Jon F. Biggs, Sanford J. Blyn, Randall W. Booth, William A. 
Boyce, John E. Brewer, Michael Brouhard, Roy R. Brown, Danny K. Bryant, Rita F. Carter, Karen K. Chapman. Ronnie Cheshier, 
Mike Cook, Linsey Cutsinger, Carol J. Day, Susan K. Dillmon, Stanley E. Diskin, Linda J. Divine, Janice G. Domann, Mark W, Eaton, 
Mike A. Fagg, Carl Farnsworth, Deborah Frizzel, Gary L. Fritzler, Kristin Goebel, Robert Grimmett, Ruth J. Guest, David A. Hall. 
Denta S. Hanna, William E. Helms, Michael Hemberger, Anthony W. Henn, Denise M. Hiebert, Owen S. Hill, Maurice E. Hime, 
Sheldon Hochuli, Karolee Holladay, Michael S. Holmes, Lawrence Horton, William Houchin, Cathy Hubbard, Jane A. Hufferd, 
James C. Hughes, Marsha A. Humbolt, Joseph A. Humig, Deborah A. Hunt, Leo P. Huston, Carolyn Jackson, Randall Jackson, 
Michael E. James, Carol J. Jacquis, Lucie A. Jenkins, Michael Jenkins, Gregory Johnson, Kenneth L. Jones. Kenneth R. Keehn. 
Stephen R. Kelly. 

Also named were: Kevin C. Kemp, Debra S. Kerr, Robert A. Kittle, Douglas W. Krause, James R. Krsnich, Brett G. Laaser. John R. 
Lane, Linda R. Lara, Sam R. Leben, Merle M. Leslie, Sandra Ligett, Mary Ann Loop, Daniel E. Lord, Sandra L. Lucas, Sandra Lus- 
combe, Mark S. Malone, Mark McCluggage, James C. McClure, Jill A. McCollum, Robert L. McCombs, Duane McCracken, Linda 
McGilvrey, Ramona Mcintosh, Raymond D. Merritt, Janet L. Miller, Tresia E. Morris, Danny E. Morrow, Susan E. Murray, Billy 
Needham, Jr., Gary G. Nickel, Steven P. Nolting, Michael A. Paige, Billie Patterson, Raymond Pinkerton, James R. Post, Randy D. 
Potter, Paula J. Powell, Gary W. Prewitt, John R. Pyles, Dennis A. Rader, Mark F. Rathert, John A. Remhart. Ronald E. Remley, 
William J. Rhyne, Cynthia Richard, Lila J. Rohr, Lloyd E. Ross, Glen R. Roths, Starlene K. Rush, James R. Sluss, Lisa Snodgrass, 
Janell A. Sparks, Terry L. Sproul, Mary Louise Stebbins, Kathleen Sullivan, Cynthia Suther, John A. Swain, Patricia Swanson, 
James R. Talbott, Gail A. Tennyson, Michael G. Thomas, Joyce M. Thompson, Melinda Thompson, Darlene K. Tilson, Peggy L. 
Ussery, Kenneth E. Wagner, Richard Waltman, Roger B. Ward, Sandra Wattenbarger, Karen B. Watts. William E. Weaver, Gayle S. 
Webb, William Webster, Paula J. West, Jerry A. Wheeler, Beth N. Whitney, Katharine Whitt, Florine B. Wiebe. Debra L. Wilber. Cheryl 
Williams, Bonnie J. Wilson, Cheryl L. Wisdom, Allen Wunderhch. 



Achieving 117 




FRONT ROW: Michael Johnston, Rod Schuler, Randall Booth, Sam Leben, Bill Good, Michael James, Danny Bryant; STANDING: 
Carol Day, Kristin Goebel, James Glaze, Susan Murray, Merrill Mauk, Lucie Jenkins, Mark Foree, Debbie Bare, Mike Cook, Beth 
Whitney, Robert McCombs, Denise Hiebert, Salah Eddme-Jamal, Nancy Kirkpatnck, Jon Biggs, Rosemary Reeb, Jane Cross. Not 
pictured: Helen Brown, Roger Miller, Tandy Noeller. 



graduates receive 
recognition 



Twenty-seven graduates were named to the 
annual list of those included in Who's Who In 
American Junior College. Students may be 
nominated by any faculty member for a 
combination of qualities: Scholarship, 
citizenship, participation and leadership in 
academic and extra-curricular activities, and 
general promise of future usefulness to business 
and society. A faculty screening committee then 
makes the final selection. 

Outstanding history students, who are 
nominated by faculty members of the social 
science department, receive the annual Cron 
History Award presented by the Butler County 
Historical Society. 




Kristin Goebel and Jayne Fieandt tied for honors in history, 
receiving the annual Cron History Award. 



1 18 Achieving 



order of the purple 



Fifty-five graduates, the largest number in the history of 
the college, maintained a grade point average of 3.25 or 
above, making them eligible to be named to the Order of the 
Purple, college honor society. Grades were f'gured this year 
for the first time on four semesters of credit. In the history of 
the society 461 students have been granted membership 
honors. 



Not pictured: William Collins, Rita Hurlburt, James Talbott, 
Kenneth Wagner, Cathleen Wilson. 




Deborah Bare 
Jon Biggs 
Randall Booth 
Danny Braynt 
Mike Cook 
Jane Cross 
Carol Day 

Susan DeVore 
Stanley Diskin 
Patricia Edwards 
Jayne Fieandt 
Joanne Girod 
James Glaze 
Kristin Goebel 

William Good 
Robert Grimmett 
Denise Hiebert 
Nancy Honer 
Marsha Humbolt 
Michael James 
Lucie Jenkins 



Michael Johnston 
Kenneth Keehn 
Kevin Kemp 
Nancy Kirkpatrick 
Larry Krepel 
James Krsnich 
Linda Lara 

Sam Leben 
Robert McCombs 
Barbara Moreland 
Susan Murray 
Sue Nash 
Steven Nolting 
DarleneOglesbee 

Michael Paige 
Randy Potter 
Paula Powell 
Linda Pringle 
Rosemary Reeb 
Ronald Remley 
Glen Roths 

Bobby Southard 
Kathleen Sullivan 
Nancy Taylor 
Linda Turner 
Peggy Ussery 
Beth Whitney 
Laura Wyant 
Doris Ziegler 




Achieving 119 






commencement 

On May 18th, 240 sophomores were graduated 
from Butler County Community Junior College 
with associate of arts or applied science degrees. 
Mr. Frank Hedrick, president of Beech Aircraft 
Corporation, addressed the class after which 
President Walbourn presented the class to Mr. E. 
F. Adams, chairman of the board of trustees, for 
presentation of the diplomas. The traditional 
promenade of faculty and students across 
campus began the days activities. Also featured 
were the Collegiate Singers. 




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Mr. E. F. Adams, chairman of the 

board presents diplomas to the 
graduating sophomores. 

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Achieving 121 



degrees 



Class of 1973 
Associate of Applied Science Degree 



Randall Albaugh 
William Barton 
Andrew Baughns 
Daniel Beckman 
John Blackmore 
' ; # Randall Booth 
Larry Bowers 
Benjamin Braitsch 
Frank Britton 
Keith Bulloch 
Gary Bulleigh 



Steven Abplanalp 
Michael Alexander 
John Alley 
Michael Anderson 
Gregory Baker 
Randall Baker 

'■'# Deborah Bare 
Sandra Barnt 
JaneBartlett 
James Beadle 
Joseph Beeman 
Jackie Berryman 
Charles Bever 

:: #Jon Biggs 
Donald Blake 
Marilew Bowersox 
Wilson Boyd 
Janet Boyer 

#Helen Brown 
LaVonna Brown 
Margaret Brown 
Roy Brown 

!| # Danny Bryant 
Kathleen Burgess 
William Bush 
Steven Callaway 
Randy Carlton 
Dean Claycamp 
Nancy Cocking 
William Collins 

!: #Len Mike Cook 
Roylene Cool 
Madeline Copeland 
Steven Cox 

"isJane Cross 

Roger Cunningham 
Helene Curtis 

'■•# Carol Day 

Joseph DeLeon, Jr. 
*Susan DeVore 
James Diebold 
Jeanne Dietz 
*Stanley Diskin 
Robert Doile 
Gordon Dolton 
Larry Doornbos 
Gary Doty 
Lloyd Dunlap 
Mark Eaton 
*Patricia Edwards 
Craig Elliott 



James Burner 
Greg Carlberg 
Joseph D'Angelo 
James DeVore 
Kelvin Dodson 
Mark Durnil 
Oness Gardner 
-Robert Grimmett 
Charles Haltom 
Owen Hill 
Sheldon Holt II 



William Houchin 
Allan Hoyle 
,; #Michael James 
Richard Kaufman 
Debra Kerr 
Michael LeMasters 
Jerry Mehl 
Pamela Metzger 
Bobby Phillipi 
Dennis Rader 
Ronald Rauber 



Associate of Arts Degree 



Pamela Elliott 
;; Jayne Fieandt 
Scott Frisbie 
Gary Fritzler 
Edwin Garman 
Judith Garrett 
Jerry Geese 
Anna Genter 
Lyn Gerber 
*Joanne Girod 

% James Glaze 

' : # Kristin Goebel 
Mildred Golden 

i: #William Good 
Karl Graff 
Shelloa Graham 
Richard Graves 
Stanley Greenbank 
LeDana Gregory 
Rita Gum 
Lyle Gumfory 
David Hall 
Carol Hammonds 
Ronald Harper 
Jeanne Harrington 
Lennie Harrison III 
Susan Helfench 
Thomas Henton 
Dale Heskett 

:; #Denise Hiebert 
Sheldon Hochuli 
Karolee Holladay 
' :: Nancy Honer 
Mark Hufford 
*Marsha Humbolt 
-Rita Hurlburt 
Katha Jacobs 

#Salah Jamal-Eddine 

: ~ Lucie Jenkins 

:; #Michael Johnston 
Kenneth Jones 
Jeanne Jones 
Leonard Jones 
Beverly Keagy 
Carol Keefer 
*Kenneth Keehn 
"Kevin Kemp 
Dennis Kessel 

: #Nancy Kirkpatrick 

Mark Konecny 
*Larry Krepel 



*James Krsnich 
Brett Laaser 

*Linda Lara 

:: #Sam Leben 

Paul Leis 

Barbara Lemasters 
Oscar Lewis 
Sandra Lucas 
Joseph Luebcke 
Janelle Magouirk 

^? Merrill Mauk 
Linda McAllister 
Julee McClay 
:; # Robert McCombs 
John Merryfield 
Charles Meyer 
Richard Michaelis 
David Miller. Jr. 
Eugena Miller 

-Roger Miller 
Mary Mitchell 
Raymond Morgan 

"Barbara Moreland 
:; #Susan Murray 

*Sue Nash 
Howie Nelson 

^Tandy Noeller 

:|: Steven Nolting 

"Darlene Oglesbee 
Lorrita Orndorff 
LaDonna Page 

"Michael Paige 
Steve Peniston 
Larry Philpott 
Robert Plumley 
Rick Pock 

*Randy Potter 

*Paula Powell 
Buford Pringle, Jr. 

"Linda Pringle 
Norma Ramsey 
Mark Rathert 
Joan Redington 
:; # Rosemary Reeb 
Paula Reed 
Theodore Reeves 
Patricia Regnier 

:;: Ronald Remley 
David Renteria 
Delbert Rice 

"Glen Roths 



Daniel Runyon 
Rex Satterthwaite 
Paul Stiles 
John Sundell 
Howard Talbot 
*James Talbot 
DarleneTilson 
William White 
David Wright 
Mickey Zortman 



Raul Saavedra 

Linda Schroeder 
#Rodney Schuler 

Clarence Schwemmer 

James Scribner 

Michael Scully 

Carol Seivley 

Jack Shipman 

David Smith 
"Bobby Southard 

Mary Spinden 

Dennis Straughn 

Melvin Stringer 
"Kathleen Sullivan 

David Sundgren 

Janelle Swain 

Patricia Swanson 
"Nancy Taylor 

Gary Thornton 

Pamela Travis 

Max Troutman 
*Linda Turner 
"Peggy Ussery 

Douglas Van Dolah 

Patricia Vogt 
*Kenneth Wagner 

Craig Waltman 

Alan Ward 

Kathy Wasmger 

Kenneth Welk 
:: # Beth Whitney 

Paul Wilcox 

Gary Willhite 

Norman Willhite 
*Cathleen Wilson 

Garralyn Woods 
* Laura Wyant 

Sheryl York 
*Doris Ziegler 

*Member of Order of the 
Purple. 

#Elected to Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Junior Colleges. 

The El Dorado-Butler 
County Community Junior 
College has graduated 3,269 
students in its forty-six 
years. 



index 



— A— 

Abbott, Warren, 89 
Abe, Nontoshi, 25,90 
Abplanalp, Steven, 76 
Adair, Marcie, 90 
ADAMS, E.F., 66 
ADAMS, FELIX E., 40,69 
Adelson, Carmen, 90 
Adkins, Robert, 90 
Albaugh, Randall, 88 
Albrecht, Keith, 38, 104 
Alexander, Michael, 76 
Alfaro, Frank, 90 
Allen, Delia, 90 
Allen, Lyndell, 90 
Allen, Sandra, 90 
Alter, Jonnie, 54, 90 
Amend, Michael, 76 
Anderson, Cynthia, 25,90 
Anderson, Jody, 90 
ANDERSON, JOHN R., 69 
Anderson, Joyce, 90 
Anderson, Michael, 76 
ANDERSON, ROBERT D, 69 
Anderson, Wilma, 76 
Angulo, Thomas, 88 
Andrews, Drucilla, 104 
Andrews, Robert, 90 
Andrus, Charlie, 76 
ARBOGAST,BURL,69 
Arnett, John, 16,42,90 
ARNOLD, GENE R., 58, 59, 69 
Arnold, Neal, 10, 76 
Arnold, Vickie, 90 
Asher, Gary, 90 
Ashpole, Terry, 104 
Atkinson, Billy, 76 
Attaway, Jack, 90 
Auer, Laura, 90 
Austin, Diana, 90 
Austin, Edward, 104 
Avers, Vicky, 25, 90 
Ayers, Victor, 90 
Ayres, Timothy, 90 

— B— 

Bachman, Robert, 90 
Bacon, Mark, 76 
Baden, George, 76 
Baker, Randall, 76 
Baker, Roger, 90 
Baker, Rosalie, 77 
Ball, David, 76 
Ball, Faye, 76 
Baltzley, Curtis, 90 
Banister, Pamela, 50, 90 
Bannon, Starlet, 38,88 
Barber, William, 90 
Barbur, John, 77 
Bare, Deborah, 88 
Barnes, Julia, 77 
Barnt, Sandra, 15, 77 
Barr, Shen,90 
Bartlett, Jane, 77 
Bartling, Christine, 77 



Bates, Victoria, 88 
Beadle, James, 54, 77 
Beal, Steven, 90 
Beamer, John, 104 
Becker, Wayne, 90 
Beckman, Daniel, 77 
Bedigrew, Cecilia, 91 
Beeler, Ardithe, 25,91 
Beeman, Joseph, 77 
Belford, Dean, 91 
Bennington, Cliff, 91 
Bennington, Glenn, 91 
Benton, Susan, 104 
Berryman, Jackie, 39, 77 
Betten, Mara, 25,91 
Bevan, Kenneth, 63, 104 
Bever, Charlie, 77 
Beye, Charles. 54, 77 
Bibb, Gary, 91 

BIDWELL, WILLIAM, 10, 11,69 
Biggs, Jon, 77 
Biles, Rodger, 46, 77 
Binns, Jerry, 25, 91 
Bmter, Nancy, 104 
Bishop, Mike, 15 
Blackmore, John, 77 
BLAND, VICTOR. 72 
Blankinship, Charlotte, 25, 91 
Bliss, William, 91 
Blodgett, Michael, 25, 54, 58, 91 
Blyn.Sandford, 77 
BOATRIGHT, GARY L., 47, 69 
Bohnert, Robert, 91 
Bollman, Victoria, 91 
Bonnell,Gayla.91 
Booth, Randall. 77 
Bortnick, James, 54, 91 
Boucher, Linda, 25, 91 
Bowersox, Marilew, 77 
Bowlin, Scott, 91 
Bowman, Kenneth, 77 
Boyce, William, 91 
Boyd, Ronald, 91 
Boyer, Janet, 77 
Boynton, Larry, 104 
Bozone, Patricia, 104 
Bradney, Claude, 25, 54, 56, 77 
Bradstreet, Terry, 91 
Braitsch, Bill, 47, 77 
Brammer, Gary, 77 
Branch, Ouida, 104 
BRANDNER, PATRICIA, 43, 69 
Breech, Brian, 91 
Brewer, John, 47, 88 
Brickley, Ron, 91 
Brim, Willie, 91 
BRINKMEYER, L. JAY, 69 
Brison, Leah, 51.91 
Britton, Frank, 77 
Brothers, Phillip, 91 
Brotton, Janet, 91 
Brouhard, Michael, 91 
Brown. Helen, 42, 44. 77 
Brown, Lavonna, 76 



Brown, Margaret, 47. 77 
Brown, Mary, 91 
Brown, Robert, 25,91 
Brown, William, 25,91 
Bruce, Debra, 77 
Brungardt, Lester, 91 
Bryan, Robert, 91 
Bryant, Danny, 76 
Burden, Janet, 91 
Burger, Patricia 38, 91 
Burgess, Kathy, 39, 77 
Burner, James, 77 
Burt, Donald, 91 
Burton, Richard. 36, 42,91 
Bush, Bill, 78 
Buss, Charles. 25. 54,91 
Butler, Ronald. 91 
Buxton, Sam. 91 

— c — 

Cahalen. Keith, 36.91 
Call, Charles, 91 
Call. Michael, 91 
Callaway, Becky. 78 
Camp, Jo, 91 
Canfield, David, 88 
Canfield, Ken, 78 
Cano, Ricardo, 88 
Carbon, Ronald, 36,91 
Carleton, Dennis, 91 
Carleton, Randy, 88 
Carmichael, Don, 78 
Carpenter, Rick, 52, 53 
Carroll, Collette, 26 
Carroll, Jeff. 91 
Carson, David, 91 
Carter, Jerry, 104 
Carter, Rita, 46, 91 
Case, William, 91 
Castle, Debra, 25,91 
Chaffin, Christopher. 78 
Chamberlain. Jack, 11, 54.91 
Chapman, Karen, 25, 91 
Charles, Richard, 104 
CHASE, RICHARD. 66 
Cheney, Daniel, 78 
Cherryholmes. John, 91 
Cheshier, Ronnie, 104 
Childers, Richard. 91 
CHISM, ROBERT H..40, 69 
Chisolm. Charles, 54,92 
Choens, David, 78 
CHOENS, JOY K..69 
Church, Terry, 78 
Ciccel, Albert, 25.92 
Cikanek, Terry. 54.92 
Clark, Craig, 38.92 
Clark. Marsha. 92 
Clasen. Christopher. 104 
Claycamp. Dean. 78 
CLEMENTS, HOWARD. 69 
Clements. Ha. 92 
CLEVELAND. JOHN R.. 74 
Clymer, Sherry, 92 
Cobb, James. 92 



Index 127 



Cocking, Nancy, 51, 78 
Coder, Tamra, 38, 92 
Cody, Marcus, 92 
Coffel, Vicki, 25,92 
Cofield, Jerry, 92 
Colcote, Virginia, 92 
Collins, Bernie, 92 
Compton, Mary Ann, 92 
Conrod, Larry, 88 
Conquest, Rodney, 58, 92 
Cook, Mike, 58,59,78 
Cook, Sean, 14, 15, 36, 78 
Cooke, Linda, 78 
Cool, Roylene, 78 
COONROD, BARBARA J., 73 
Cooper, Linda, 47, 92 
Cooper, Sallie, 92 
Copeland, Linn, 92 
Copeland, Madeline, 39, 78 
Copp, David, 52,92 
Corey, Harold, 92 
Corteville, James, 78 
COSTIN, GRACE, 75 
Courter, Sharon, 78 
Courtney, Aaron, 92 
Cowan, Randy, 92 
Cowman, Steven, 78 
Cox, Dianne, 92 
Cox, Donna, 78 
Cox, Stanley, 92 
Cox, Steven, 36, 40, 78 
Crone, William, 79 
Cross, Carl, 92 
Cross, Jane, 79 
Crouse, David, 92 
CUMMINS, WILLIAM C, 68 
Cunningham, Rande, 92 
Curtis, Helene. 92 
Cushman, Rebecca, 92 
Cutslnger, Linsey, 79 

— D — 

Dailey, Leroy, 92 

Davis, Fred, 104 

Davis, Steven, 54,92 

Davis, Susan, 79 

Dawson, Denise, 92 

Day, Carol, 26, 27,36, 50, 79 

Day, Mary, 92 

Dealy, Douglass, 92 

Dearmore, Dave, 42, 104 

Deleon, Arthur, 104 

Delzer, David, 79 

Denney, Bradley, 93 

Denney, Janice, 93 

Dennis, Katherme, 93 

Denton, Tern, 93 

Despard, David, 93 

Dessenberger, Brent, 93 

Devine, Wesley, 38,93 

DeVore, Susan, 79 

DeYoung, Merrill, 79 

Dickinson, John, 25, 93 

Diebold, Jim, 26, 79 

Dietz, Jeanne, 79 

Dillmon, Janet, 93 

Dimick, Steve, 93 

Diskin, Stanley. 25, 58. 59, 60, 79 

Divine, Linda, 47, 93 

DIXON, J. THOMAS, 16, 31, 42, 69 



Dobbin, William, 93 
Dodson, Kelvin, 79 
Doile, Robert, 79 
Domann, Janice, 79 
Donovan, Terry, 54, 93 
Doornbos, Larrry, 79 
Doty, Gary, 79 
DOTY, MARTHA, 69 
Drake, Charles, 93 
Dresser, David, 104 
Droege, Robert, 104 
Dullea, Kay, 43, 93 
Duncan, Kathy, 46,93 
Dunlap, Lloyd, 25, 79 
Dunstord, Jack, 79 
Duranleau, David, 54, 93 
Durnil, Mark, 79 
Duryea, Donald Craig, 38, 104 

— E — 
Eaton, Mark, 38 
Eaton, Matthew, 93 
Ebrahami, Hossein, 25 
Eby, John, 43, 93 
Edmonston, Craig, 93 
Edwards, Clarence, 104 
Edwards, Patricia, 79 
Elder, Richard, 93 
Ellard. Curtis, 79 
Elliott, Craig, 79 
Elliott, Deborah, 93 
Elliott, Pamela, 79 
Elhs, Dave, 79 
Ellsworth, Helen, 88 
Ely, John, 93 

Emig, Duane, 93 
Engels, Dennis, 79 
Engle, Joyce, 79 
Engle, Paula, 25,93 
English, Lyle,93 
ENSZ, ROLAND H, 69 
Erhardt, Craig, 93 
Enckson, Larry, 93 
ERIKSON, DARREL.69 
Essex, Michael, 93 
Essex, Nikki. 51,93 
Eustice, Bradley, 93 
Evans, Michael, 79 
Evans, Ronald, 93 
Evenson, Lois, 104 
Evenson, Mary, 79 

— F — 

Faber, Richard, 79 
Fagg, Mike, 38,93 
Faidley, Nolan. 10, 11, 79 
Farnsworth, Carl, 93 
Farr, Janice, 93 
Farris, Debbie, 79 
Fast, Kenneth, 93 
Fawbush, Donna, 93 
Fawbush,Ted,89 
Fechter, Daniel, 54,93 
Fehrenbach, Rita, 13, 79 
Fender, James, 63, 79 
Fenton, Patrick, 43, 93 
Ferguson, Robert, 93 
Ferren, Darlene, 104 
Ferren, Michal, 38,93 
Fick, Brian, 93 
Fieandt, Jayne, 97 



Fiechtl, Miriam, 47, 93 
Filener, William, 79 
Firebaugh, Raymond, 93 
Fish, Terry, 104 
Fisher, Gerald, 93 
Fleming, Larry. 80 
Fletcher, Ronald, 104 
Forbes, Helen, 104 
Foree, Mark, 36, 88 
Forphal.Greg, 38, 104 
Foster, Janice, 15, 16, 88 
Fowler, Richard, 93 
Fox, Gregory, 44, 93 
Franks, Darrold, 104 
Fredenksen, Julie, 46, 80 
Freeman, Debra, 25, 51, 94 
Freeman, Jerry, 94 
Frey. Keith, 94 
Frisbie, David, 80 
Fritzler, Dania, 36,90,94 
Fntzler, Gary, 38, 54,80 
FRITZLER, VIRGINIA, 73 
Frizzell, Deborah, 80 
Fry, William, 25, 94 
FULLER, CHARLESC, 70 
Fuller, David, 80 
Fuller, Roger, 88 
Fuller, Ronald, 80 
Fullinwider, Janet, 94 

— G — 

Gagnon, Michael, 94 

Gale, Mark, 13,94 

Galloway, Deborah, 80 

Galloway, Patrick, 94 

Gardner, Dennis, 94 

Gardner, Oness, 80 

Gaskill, Terry, 94 

Gaston, Charles, 94 

Gates, Larry, 94 

Geese, Jerry, 80 

Genter, Anna, 39,80 

Gerant, Ronald, 94 

Gerber, Lynford, 25, 58, 59, 80 

Gerberding, Mike, 94 

Gibson, Judith, 104 

Gifford, James, 52, 55,94 

Gilliland, Donald, 14, 15,94 

Gimple, Larry, 94 

Girod, Joanne, 80 

Glaze, James, 52,80 

Glenn, Mark, 94 

Glenn, Sandra, 94 

Goeble, Kristin, 80 

Goentzel, Rose, 25,94 

Golden, Chad, 80 

Golden, Mildred Elaine, 39, 80 

Gomez, Patsy, 80 

Gomez, Samuel E., 94 

Gomez, Samuel L., 94 

Gonzalez, Joseph, 80 

Gooch, Christina, 50,80 

GOOD. ARDEN N., 70 

Good, Glenn. 94 

Good, William, 54, 76,81 

Goodman, Lee, 94 

Gordon, William, 54,94 

Govan, Roger, 25,88 

Gower, Nancy. 104 

Graef, Arnold, 81 



128 Index 



Graff, Karl, 81 
Gragg, John, 104 
Graham, Jim, 104 
Graham, Shelloa, 81 
GRANT, MARY JO, 70 
Grant, Mary, 94 
Graves, Richard, 88 
Greco, Philip, 36, 54,94 
Green, Michael, 47, 54, 94 
Green, Ralph, 94 
Greenbank, Stanley, 81 
Gregory, LeDana, 39,81 
Gregory, Richard, 70 
Griggs, Diana 
Grimmett, Robert, 81 
Grove, Rick, 54,94 
Gruenbacher, Mary, 51, 94 
Guest, Ruth, 104 
Gum, Rita, 15,81 
Gumfory, Lyle, 25,81 
Gustafson, Jacqueline, 94 
Guthrie, Kenneth, 89 

— H — 

Haas, Bill. 104 
Haberman, Vicki, 95 
HADLEY, MICHAEL, 46, 70 
Hafner, Jerral, 81 
Hageman, Stephen, 95 
Hall, David, 81 
HALL, FRANCIS, 64, 74 
Hall, Randy, 95 
Hall, Roger, 95 
HALL, SUSAN, 74 
Hamilton, Carl, 25,95 
HAMMEL,G.W.,66 
Hammer, Melvin, 95 
Hammon, Robert, 54, 81 
Hammonds, Carol, 81 
Hampton, Rodney, 95 
Handke, Paul, 95 
Haney, Leann, 25, 95 
Hanna, Denta Susan, 1 1, 95 
Harder, Jeanette, 95 
Harner, Gavin, 54, 95 
Harper, Ronald, 54,81 
Harrington, Jeanne, 81 
HARRIS, CHARLES H, 68 
Harris, Karla, 95 
Harrison, Lennie, 52, 81 
Harshman, Frank, 81 
Haskell, Deborah, 46, 95 
Haskins, Randy, 95 
Hatcher, Rodney, 104 
Hatfield, Richard, 95 
Hattan, Jerald,95 
HAVEL, LYNN B., 70 
Haynes, Ronald, 104 
Hays, Kevin, 95 
Hays, Rupert, 81 
Haywood, John, 88 
Hearn, Mary, 81 
Heater, Janette, 31,81 
Heidlebaugh, Shayne, 76, 81 
Heitzenrater, William, 95 
Helfrich, Susan, 25,36,88 
Helms, William, 88 
Hemberger, Michael, 25, 95 
Henn, Anthony, 95 
Henrie, Steven, 95 



Henton, Thomas, 10,81 
Herbert, Donald, 95 
Herring, Donna, 46 
Hershberger, Lisa, 25, 95 
HERTEL, GERALD, 70 
HESS, BEVERLY A, 75 
Heyward, Burgess, 54, 95 
Hickenlooper, Robin, 81 
HIEBERT.CLYDEJ.,70 
Hiebert, Denise, 44, 76,81 
Highbarger, Jack, 81 
Hill, Cindy, 25, 51, 95 
Hill, Owen, 81 
Hime, Maurice, 81 
Hinde, Mark, 95 
Hines, Walter, 54,95 
HITTLE, JAMES D., 66 
Hobbs, Kathryn,88 
Hochuli, Sheldon, 81 
Hogan, Patrick, 95 
Holladay, Karolee, 88 
HOLLADAY, MARCIA A., 73 
Holmes, Michael, 95 
Holt, Sheldon, 81 
Honer, Nancy, 81 
Hoover, John, 95 
Hopkins, Rodney, 81 
Horton, Lawrence, 81 
Hostetler, Linda, 95 
Houchm, Bill, 81 
Houston, Wanda, 104 
Howard, Danny, 95 
Hoyle, Allan, 43, 81 
Hoyt, Hila,46, 95 
Hubbard, Cathy, 25,95 
Hubbard, Mattie, 95 
Hubbart, Linton, 104 
Huddleston, Randall, 104 
Hudson, Jenise, 38, 104 
Huette, Carolyn, 95 
Huffman, David, 95 
Hufford, Jane, 88 
Hughes, James, 46, 95 
Hughes, Mary, 25,95 
Hughey, Shirley, 104 
Humbolt. Marsha, 25, 50, 82 
Himig, Joseph, 95 
Hunt, Deborah, 46, 82 
Hurley, Terry, 95 
Huston, Leo, 95 
Hutton, Holly, 104 

Ingram, Linda, 95 
Inkanish, Thomas, 38, 95 
ISOM, OLIVER, 52. 70 

— J — 

Jaafari, Shahram, 95 
Jack, Janice, 95 
Jack, Lyle, 104 
Jackson, Anne, 95 
Jackson, Carolyn, 82 
Jackson, James, 95 
Jackson, Jean, 26 
Jackson, Randall, 95 
Jacobs, Daniel, 82 
Jacobs, Glenn, 54, 56,95 
Jacobs, Katha.39,82 
Jamal— Eddine, Salah, 82 
James, Marc, 95 



Jaquis, Carol, 95 
Jaworsky, Gregory, 96 
Jenkins, Lucie, 15, 36, 82 
Jenkins, Michael, 47, 96 
JOHNSON, ANNA, 75 
Johnson, Danny, 54, 96 
Johnson, Donald, 54, 96 
Johnson, Gregory, 58, 60, 96 
Johnson, Janet, 96 
Johnson, Joseph, 96 
Johnson, Karen, 96 
Johnson, Lyndia, 25, 96 
Johnson, Mark, 96 
Johnson, Merica, 96 
Johnston, Michael J.. 82 
Johnston, Michael R., 96 
Johnston, Warren, 82 
Jones, David, 16 
Jones, Jeanne, 82 
Jones, Kenneth, 82 
Jones, Leonard, 88 
Joyce, Gregory, 96 

— K — 

Karnahan, Roger, 96 
Kaschner, Wolfgang, 96 
KASSEBAUM.G. E.,66 
Kates, Ronald, 88 
Kaufman, Richard, 82 
Keagy, Beverly, 25, 82 
Keefer, Carol, 36, 50, 82 
Keehn, Fredrick, 96 
Keehn, Kenneth, 82 
Kelly, Leslie, 96 
Kelly, Mike, 96 
KELLY, ROSEMARY, 72 
Kelly, Stephen, 96 
Kelly, William, 96 
Kemp, Kevin, 82 
Kempker, Janice, 25, 96 
Kerr, William, 82 
Ketts, Nancy, 16,96 
Kihle, Robert, 96 
Kilgore, Randy, 38,96 
Kimball, Ralph, 96 
Kimble, Ella, 39, 82 
Kime, David, 96 
Kinder, Karen, 88 
Kindlesparger, Jon, 96 
Kingsley, Deborah, 96 
Kirkhart, Wendi.96 
Kirkpatrick, Nancy, 82 
Kirschbaum, Marsha, 104 
Kirwin, Chen, 96 
Kittle, Robert, 104 
Kling, Michael, 47, 96 
Koester, Mardee. 34, 96 
KOHLS. EVERETT, 54. 70 
Kohls, William, 96 
Konecny, Mark, 82 
Krasuski, Kim, 82 
Krause, Douglas, 30. 96 
KRAUSE.GAYLE. A.. 70 
Kreglow, Joice, 96 
KRELLER. HERBERT, J., 70 
Krepel. Larry, 82 
Krueger, Pamela, 88 
Krsnich, James, 82 
KUHLMANN. BLENDA, 13. 70 
Kunkel, Terry. 82 



Index 129 



Kurtz, Leonard, 96 

— L — 

Laaser, Brett, 97 

Lamb, Robert, 88 

Lambert, Judy, 97 

Lane, John, 82 

LANGE, ETHYL. 73 

Langley, Pamela, 25, 97 

Langvardt, Lawrence, 97 

Lara, Dolores, 46, 97 

Lara, Linda, 82 

Latta, Kenneth, 82 

Lauer, Ter rill, 97 

LAY, JOHN K..42, 70 

Leach, Terry, 104 

Leben, Sam, 42, 82 

Lee. Dale, 97 

Lee, Jeffrey, 97 

Lee, Michael, 97 

Leigh, Elaine, 97 

LEIMER, GLENN K, 66 

Leis, Marilyn, 97 

Leis, Paul, 88 

Leis, Sherryl, 97 

Lemasters, Barbara, 82 

Lenertz, Darla, 97 

Lennen, Alice. 44, 97 

LENNEN, ARLENE. 73 

Leonard, Larry, 97 

Lentz, William, 97 

Leslie, Merle. 97 

Lewis, Greg, 82 

Lewis, Oscar, 82 

Lewis, Sharon, 82 

Lietzke, Donald, 82 

Liggett, Sandra, 104 

Lill, Marsha, 104 

Lmgafelter, Larry, 82 

Lingenfelter, Bruce, 97 

Lininger, Jamie, 97 

Little, Polly, 25,97 

Logan, Wallace, 58,97 

LONDEEN.LEONA, 75 

Long. Lyn, 25,97 

Long, Patricia, 97 

LONGFELLOW, DAVID K., 40, 70 

LONGFELLOW, SHIRLEY, 40, 70 

Loop, Mary Ann. 25. 51. 97 

Lord, Daniel, 97 

Lord, Daniel, 97 

Lorenz, Kent, 82 

Lowden, Barbara, 51, 97 

Lowden, Myrna, 97 

Lowe, Joanne, 25, 97 

Lowry, Forrest, 46, 83 

Lowry, Mary, 97 

Lowry, Ramona, 44, 97 

Lucas, Sandray, 83 

Luebcke, Joseph, 58, 59, 60, 61, 83 

Luntungan, Marko, 25, 97 

Luscombe, Sandra, 97 

Lyday, Bertha, 97 

LYNCH, HAZEL, 73 

Lynn, Jacolyn, 97 

Lynn, John, 83 

— M — 

Maddux. Margaret, 105 
Maddux, Marki. 97 



Maddux, Randy, 97 

Maddux, Richard, 83 

Madison, Bruce. 105 

Madison, James, 105 

Madsen, Jonnie, 97 

Magouirk, Janelle, 83 

Mahaffey, Patrick, 97 

Mahan, Chnsan, 97 

MALONE, JEANETTE, 70 

Malone, Mark, 52, 97 

MANGELS. DONALD. L., 70 

Maninger. Kim, 97 

Mankin, Craig, 105 

Manning, Chris, 54, 97 

Manning, Donald, 

MARCUM, JANICE, 70 

Marcy, Linda, 97 

Markley, Galen, 97 

Marley, Cathy, 12,97 

Martens. Beth, 36,83 

MARTENS, DENNIS. 70 

Mason. Charlotte. 105 

Mathews, Donald, 105 

Mauk, Merrill, 25,88 

May, Gregory, 25, 46. 97 

May. Jane. 97 

May. Troy. 97 

MAYFIELD, JIM, 70 

McAllister, Bruce, 105 

McAllister, Donna, 97 

McAllister, Linda, 83 

McAlpin. Kim. 25 

McChnstian, John, 46. 97 

McClanathan, David, 58, 97 

McClay, Julee, 97 

McClure. Mark, 105 

McClurg, Robert. 88 

McCluggage, Mark, 25,98 

McClure, Eric, 98 

McClure, J.C.,98 

McCollum. Jill. 83 

McCombs. Robert, 25, 83 

McConnell, Timothy. 98 

McCracken, Duane, 105 

McCracken, Steven, 105 

McCrary. J. D., 83 

McElroy, Marilyn. 83 

McGehee, Sally, 98 

McGehee, Timothy, 98 

McGilvrey, Linda, 25,98 

McGinty, John, 98 

McLaughlin, John, 105 

Mcintosh, Ramona, 25, 98 

Mcintosh, Raymond, 98 

McKay, Michael, 88 

MCKINNEY, LEONARD J, 68 

McVey, John, 83 

McWilliams, Michael, 98 

Meritt. Shirley. 105 

Merritt, Raymond, 98 

Merryfield, David, 25 

Merryfield, John, 25,83 

Metcalf, Linda, 98 

METTLER, MARILYNN M., 68 

Meyer, Charles, 83 

Meysing, William, 25, 98 

Michaehs, Riahard, 58, 59, 60, 61, 83 

Middleton, Janet, 98 

Middleton, Richard, 98 



Milbourn, Clinton, 89 
Milbourn, David, 98 
Miller, Constance, 83 
Miller, Craig, 105 
Miller, David, 83 
Miller, Eugena, 105 
Miller, Janet, 98 
Miller, Margaret, 83 
Miller, Marlene, 98 
Miller, Robert, 83 
Miller, Roger, 105 
Millison, Jerry, 98 
Mills, Lonnie, 16,98 
Mills, Sam, 98 
Minnick, Debra, 98 
Mitchell, Clay, 105 
Mitchell. Mary, 84 
Moore, Cynda, 98 
Moreira, Hugo, 105 
Moreland, Randall, 98 
Morgan, Marcella, 84 
Morgan, Pamela, 98 
Morgan, Raymond, 84 
MORIARTY, NITA, 72 
Morris, Tresia, 12, 51, 84 
Morrow, Danny, 98 
Morrow, Roger, 84 
Morton, Christopher, 105 
Mossman, Mitzi, 98 
Motter, Byron, 98 
Muncy, Steve, 98 
Murphy, Karen, 46, 98 
Murphy, Tom, 105 
MURRAY, JOYCE, 73 
Murray, Susan, 36, 84 
Murrow, Connie, 50, 98 

— N — 

NASH, ELMO L., 70 
Nash, Sue, 84 
Nash, Robert, 98 
Nearhood, Brent, 52,98 
Needham, Billy, 38,98 
Neely, Robin, 105 
Nellans, James, 98 
Nelson, Howie, 84 
Nesmith, Martha, 99 
Newbury, William, 99 
Newland, Mark, 52,99 
Nickel, Gary, 38,99 
Nickel, Phillip, 84 
Nickel, Roger, 84 
Ninke, Tern, 99 
Noffsinger. Diana, 84 
Noeller, Tandy 39,84 
Nolan, Nancy, 38 
Nolting, Paula, 99 
Nolting, Steve, 84 
Nonken, Mark, 105 
Norflee, Gregory, 54, 56, 105 
Norrick, Edward, 99 
Norris, Billy, 99 
Northrop, James, 43, 99 
Notz, Robert, 99 
Nowlm, Nancy, 25, 36, 46, 99 
Nuckolls, Larry, 25,99 

— o — 

Oaks, Terry, 99 

Oberley, Eileen, 36, 38, 73, 99 

O'Donnell, Kae. 99 



130 Index 



O'Donnell, Rodney, 43, 99 
Oeser, Stuart, 54, 56,99 
OGG, HERMAN, 38, 70 
OHL, JAMES, 70 
Ohl, Mark, 99 
Ohnger, Daniel, 99 
Oliver, John, 99 
Orndorff, Lorrita, 39,84 
Orr, Barbara, 99 
Osborne, Randall, 99 

— P — 

Paddock, Morris, 99 
Page, LaDonna, 39, 105 
Paige, Darrell, 99 
Paige, Michael, 84 
Palacioz, Steven, 89 
Pallentine, Jon, 25 
Parks, Edward, 99 
Parnell, Dianne, 99 
Parrish, James, 99 
Parsons, Diana, 25,99 
Parsons, Wade, 99 
Partridge, Myrtle, 47,99 
Patry, Thomas, 99 
PATTEN, DARRYLF.,44, 71 
Patterson, Anna, 84 
Patterson, Billie,99 
Patton, Teresa. 105 
Paul, Gary, 99 
Payne, David, 25, 99 
Payne, Tim, 25,99 
Peace, Jerrold, 99 
Pearce, James, 84 
Pendlay, Brad, 99 
Peniston, Steve, 84 
Pennebaker, Dennis, 99 
Pennington, Dana, 99 
Perrine, Jim, 99 
Perry, Carl, 105 
Peters, Dennis, 89 
PETTUS, WILFRED, 71 
Pewewardy, Newton, 84 
Pharr, Susan, 99 
Phelps, Marsha, 99 
Philipi, Bobby, 84 
Phillips, Roy, 99 
Philpott, Larry, 84 
Pierce, James, 36, 99 
Pierce, Ross, 46, 84 
Pile, Jerry, 99 
Pinkerton, Raymond, 99 
Pippig, Sandra, 99 
Pittman, Perry, 52,99 
PLACE, PAT., 73 
Plumley, Robert, 84 
Pock, Rick, 54,84 
Poe, Rodney, 105 
Poeschel, Mary, 99 
Pope, Gary, 99 
Post, James, 105 
Potter, Randy, 84 
Pouncey.Tim, 11, 25,99 
Powell, Paula, 10, 31,85 
Powers, David, 85 
Powers, John, 99 
Pracht, Robert, 99 
Prather, Phylana,'38, 100 
Prewitt.Gary, 100 
Prichard, Teresa, 100 



Pringle, Buford, 54,85 
PROHODSKY, BETTY, 71 
Pyles, John, 100 

— R — 

Rachmanides, Paul, 25, 100 
Rader, Dennis, 85 
Rains, Jetf, 100 
RALSTON, MELVIN, 71 
Rambo, Jerry, 25, 100 
Ramsey, Norma 39, 85 
Raney, K.W., 54.85 
Rasmussen, Chris, 105 
Ratcliff, Angeline, 25, 100 
Rathert, Mark, 36, 46, 63, 85 
Ratzlaff, Lonnie, 85 
Rawlings, Michael, 100 
Ray, Charles, 100 
Ray, William, 14, 31,85 
Redington, Joan, 46, 85 
Reeb, Rosemary, 85 
Reed.Curley, 105 
Reed, Paula, 13, 34,85 
Reed, Rhonda, 42, 100 
Reese, Donna, 100 
Reeves, Theodore, 85 
Regnier, Kathy, 25, 100 
Regnier, Patricia, 25, 38, 51, 85 
Rehlen, Anita, 25, 100 
Reinhart, John, 10, 11, 100 
Remley, Ronald, 25, 54,85 
REMSBERG, DALE E., 71 
Rentena, David, 85 
Reynolds Connie, 85 
Reynolds, Michael, 54, 56, 85 
Rhoads,Carl,89 
RHODES, GORDON E.,71 
Rhyne, William, 14,43, 100 
Rice, Delbert,85 
Rice, Mary, 85 
Richard, Cynthia, 25, 100 
RICHARDSON, HUGH, 72 
Richardson, Jamie, 100 
Richmond, Brenda, 100 
RIGGS.CARLC.,72 
Riordan, Kay, 100 
Robmette, Vickie, 100 
Robinson, Dennis, 100 
Rockhill, David, 105 
Rockhill, Gregory, 100 
Rogers, Shirley, 100 
Rohr, Lila, 100 
Romero. Charles, 74. 100 
Ross, Dan, 105 
Ross, Donald, 100 
Ross, Donna, 89 
Ross, Judy, 100 
Ross, Lloyd, 38,85 
Ross, Ray, 100 
Ross, Roy, 100 
Ross, Scott, 25, 100 
Roths, Glen, 85 
ROWE, MARIAN, 72 
RUMSEY, EDNA, 75 
Rush, Starlene, 85 
Russell, Steven, 89 
Ryan, Everett, 100 
Ryan, Jeanne, 100 

— s — 

Saavedra, Raul, 85 



85 
100 



Sabbagh, Ghassan. 105 

Sabbagh, Norman, 105 

Sammons, George, 100 

Sanders, Patricia, 16. 36, 100 

Sangals, Larry, 85 

Sarensen, Gregory, 100 

Sarkett, Karen, 100 

Saunders, Wayne, 100 

Sawyer, Danny. 100 

Schaffer, Roy, 100 

Schmeidler, James. 105 

Schmidt, Randy, 25, 100 

SCHOTTEL, IVAN E. 54. 72 

Schroeder, Linda, 25. 85 

Schuler, Rodney, 14, 31, 36. 44, 85 

Schulze, Stevan, 100 

Schwemmer, Clarence, 

Schwemmer, Roxanne, 

Scranton, John, 105 

Scribner. James, 14, 15,85 

Scribner, Marlene, 85 

SEAGER, RONALD, 46, 71 

Seals, Gary, 38 

Seivley, Carol, 85 

Seivley, Eric, 105 

Selvage, Ferell 

SEYMOUR. ROY. 74 

Shaffer, Gary, 105 

Sharshel, Frederick, 

SHAW, DOROTHY, 73 

Shepherd, Charles, 63, 100 

Shepherd, Steven, 85 

Shields, Michael, 100 

Shields, Virgil, 85 

SHIPLEY, CURTIS N . 58, 59. 71 

Shipman, Jack, 85 

Shoemaker, Donald, 86 

Showalter, Sam, 25, 105 

Shryock, Michael, 52. 58 

Sibley. Debra,43, 105 

Siegnst, Linda, 86 

Silz, Ron. 89 

SIMMONS, LEWIS E., 66 

Sims, Cynthia, 36, 86 

Sinsabaugh, Linda, 25, 101 

Sissell, Robert. 

Slade, Troy, 54, 56, 58, 101 

Sluss, Jane, 101 

Small, George, 101 



Smith, 


Alvin, 101 


Smith, 


Charles Michael 38, 101 


Smith, 


David, 86 


Smith, 


Deborah, 25. 101 


Smith, 


Donald, 101 


Smith, 


Greg, 86 


Smith. 


Leroy, 54, 56,86 


Smith, 


Martha. 101 


Smith, 


Olm,86 


Snellen, Donna, 101 


SNODGRASS, BERNICE, 75 


Snodg 


-ass, Lisa, 16. 101 


Snook 


James, 25, 101 


Soloric 


), Fred. 47, 86 


Sollars 


.Timothy, 101 


Somerville, Mark. 101 


Sooter 


, David, 101 


Sooter 


John, 25 


Soyez, 


Brenda, 105 


Sparks 


, Janell. 101 



Index 131 



Spear, Gary, 86 
Spinden, Mary, 101 
Spring, Phyllis, 101 
Spring, Richard, 101 
Squier, Donna, 25, 50. 86 
Squires, Chris, 54, 105 
STAATS, ANNA, 73 
Stanley, Lyle, 101 
Stanton, Kenneth, 105 
Starkel.Gary, 101 
STEBBINS, MARY LOU, 73 
Steele, Thomas, 101 
Stephens, Orban, 101 
Stewart, James, 86 
Stewart, Julius, 52 
Stiles, Bradley, 101 
Stiles, Paul, 89 
Stirnaman, Arthur. 54, 101 
STOWERS, BERT, 74 
STRAIN, JUDITHH A., 36. 71 
Strathman, Mark, 54 
Straughn, Dennis, 43, 86 
Strauss, William, 86 
Strick, Marion, 25 
Stringer, Melvin, 86 
Strobel, Dan, 47 
Strobel, Floyd, 89 
Strothman, Randy, 25,86 
Strotkamp, Audie, 101 
Stroud, Rosemane, 101 
Stueven, Deborah, 101 
Sullivan, Kathleen, 86 
Sullivan. Tim, 89 
Sumral, Jerome, 101 
Sundgren, David, 86 
Suther.Cyndy, 50, 101 
Sutter, Harold, 101 
Swain, Janelle, 86 
Swam, John, 105 
Swain, Rocky, 101 
Swalwell, Richard, 105 
Swanson, Patricia, 86 
SWIFT, GEORGE, 71 

_T — 
Tappehorn, Steve, 86 
Tarter, Shirley. 101 
Taylor, Nancy, 89 
Taylor, Nyle, 101 
Taylor, Steven R., 101 
Taylor, Steven W., 54, 102 
Teegarden, Laura, 86 
Tennyson, Gail, 36, 43, 46, 102 
THEIS, PHILLIP, 71 
Thomas, Michael D., 25, 102 
Thomas, Michael G., 102 
THOMPSON, JOYCE, 73 
Thompson, Melinda, 102 
Thompson, Ronnie, 58, 59, 102 
Thome, Jack, 52, 86 
Thornton, Gary, 86 
Tilson, Darlene, 89 
Tittenngton, Ben, 105 
Toburen, Don, 71 
Toews, Merle, 71 
Tolbert, Bilhe, 86 
Tomlin, Terry, 102 
Travis, Pamela, 30, 31,86 
TRENT, BILL, 72 
Tnboulet, Betty, 102 



Trice, Taran, 105 
Troutman, Max, 47, 87 
Turner, Bradley. 38, 102 
Tyner, Thearon. 105 

— u — 

Uhland, Mark, 25. 102 
Unruh, Gary. 87 
Unruh, James. 102 
Ussery, Peggy, 87 

— V — 

Valentine, Carlene, 25, 105 
Valentine, Steven, 102 
Vance. Grant, 43, 102 
Vance, Pamela, 87 
Van Cleave, Cheryl, 102 
Van Dolah, Douglas, 87 
Van Horn, Max, 102 
Vaughan, Bilhe, 102 
Voegeli, George, 54, 56, 102 
Vogt, Patricia, 87 
Vogts. Victor, 102 
Voth, Martha, 25, 102 

— w — 

Wade, Jack, 102 

Wagner, Kirk, 102 

Wait, Edgar, 102 

WALBOURN, EDWIN J., 40, 66, 67 

Walno, Gregory, 102 

Waltman, Craig, 87 

WALTMAN, L. MARIE, 72 

Waltman, Richard, 105 

Walker, Leslie, 89 

Ward, Allen, 102 

Ward, Donald, 87 

Ward, Howard, 87 

Ward, Richard, 102 

Ward. Roger, 102 

Wardlaw. Michael, 87 

Warkentine, Jack, 87 

Warkentme, Jack, 54, 87 

Washington, Kathy, 102 

Watkms, Karen, 25, 38. 71. 102 

WATKINS, LEONA E.. 71 

Wattenbarger, Sandra, 25, 102 

Watts, Karen, 105 

Wayman, Linda. 87 

Weaver, William, 14, 52,87 

WEBB, FRED, 47, 71 

Webb, Gayle, 102 

Webster, Thomas, 15, 48, 102 

Webster, William, 46. 102 

Weisharr, Janet, 102 

Welk, Kenneth, 58, 59, 60, 87 

Weller, Joe, 102 

Weniger, Stuart, 102 

Werner, Michael, 25, 54. 102 

West, Paula, 102 

Weston, William, 102 

Wheeler, Jerry, 38, 102 

WHIPPLE, GERALD, 74 

WHIPPLE, LELIA, 75 

White. Janell, 102 

White, John, 102 

WHITESIDE, DONNA, 75 

Whiting, Jay, 12, 102 

Whitley, William, 54, 102 

Whitney, Beth, 36,87 

WHITSON, ANITA, 71 



Whitt, Katharine, 87 
Wick, Robert, 87 
Widener, Joyce, 102 
Wiebe, Florene, 102 
Wiens, Denise, 25, 38,87 
Wiggins, Bert, 102 
Wiggins, Debbie, 102 
Wilber, Debra, 102 
Wilber, Mike, 102 
Wilcox, Paul, 87 
Wilde, Mark, 102 
Wiley, Gregory, 102 
Willhite. Gary, 54, 87 
Willhite. Myron, 87 
Williams, Cheryl, 16, 102 
Williams, Donald, 102 
Williams, Richard, 102 
Williamson, Larry, 103 
Williamson, Stan, 54, 103 
Willis, Earl, 103 
Willits, Timothy, 87 
Wilson, Anita, 103 
Wilson, Bonnie, 87 
Wilson, Dawn, 103 
Wilson, Monte, 103 
Wilson, Nadine, 75 
WILSON, RONALD D.. 68 
Wilson, Samuel, 103 
Wills Jerry, 103 
Willson, Kandis, 14, 103 
Windsor, Rodney, 103 
Wining, Richard, 105 
WISCHROPP, THEODORE. 71 
Wisdom, Cheryl, 103 
Wisdom, Michael, 87 
Wolf, Alvin,87 
Wolf, Mark, 36,42,87 
Woodard, Robert, 103 
Woods, Garalyn, 87 
Woodworth, Dennis, 36, 87 
Worrell, David, 54,87 
Worrell, Dent, 103 
Worrells. Judy. 103 
Wright, Barbara, 25, 103 
Wright, David, 87 
Wyant, Laura, 87 
Wyatt, Robert, 103 

— Y — 

Yanca, Solen, 103 
Yeoman, Kenneth, 89 
York, Sheryl, 25,89 
Young, Michael, 103 
Young, Paula, 103 
Yust, Wayne, 103 

— z — 

Ziegler, Doris, 87 
Zimmerman, Dennis, 103 
Zlab, Randi.87 
ZUERCHER, DENNIS, 74 
Zwolenski, Pau, 103 




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