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Full text of "Grizzly"

The Grizzly Staff 
Editor Derek Dillard 

Layout Editor Don Argo 

Photo Editor Roger Joyce 

Staff Members Twila Wilson 

Elizabeth Cott 

Lee Dudick 

Darren White 

Maia Harms 

David Hinz 

John Kenemer 

Terri Fowler 

Kathy Kuntz 

Martin West 

Secretary Janelle Banz 

Adviser Jo Rogers 



Table of Contents 

Sports 17 

Activities 33 

Freshman 65 

Sophomores 87 

Special 99 

Second Semester 105 

Administration, Faculty, 

Staff 117 

Index 129 



'Great Moments' 




The Grizzly 

Vol. 54 1983 

Butler County Community College 

El Dorado, KS. 67042 




"Great Moments" occur in everyone's life, but 
they occur more often in the life of a student who 
opts to go to college. 

BCCC has the largest enrollment it has had in its 
56 year history and with it comes many new stu- 
dents and lifestyles. Almost three thousand stu- 
dents enrolled for the fall semester to share in 
classroom or in extra curricular activities. 

One of the early great moments was the play 
production "A Funny Thing Happened on the 
Way to the Forum" which played to standing 
room only. Some of the cast members frolic in the 
park to show their exhiliration. 



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Pepped Up 



The El Dorado Chamber of Commerce spon- 
sored a "We're Number One" pep rally for this 
year's football team. The rally was held August 
31 on the courthouse lawns, and a dance was 
held in the parking lot later that evening. The 
rally was well attended by college and commu- 
nity Grizzly supporters. 





We 'Can 
Do Magic' 



The 1982 Football Homecoming 
celebration got off to an early start as a 
bonfire and pep rally took place at the 
4-H grounds on Thursday night. Laina 
Corder, a sophomore from Oakdale, 
California, and Earl "Magic" Walker, a 
sophomore from Ft. Lauderdale, Flor- 
ida, were named homecoming queen 
and king. After the rally, a dance honor- 
ing the candidates was held in the 4-H 
building. The parade and game were on 
Saturday. 





Celebrate '82 



Saturday's homecoming activities 
kicked off with a parade through down- 
town El Dorado, and featured floats and 
the Pep Band. The Honeybear Dance 
Troupe performed at half-time of the 
football game. Homecoming festivities 
ended on a special note as the Grizzlies 
trounced Garden City, 33-20. 




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)MECOMING CROWD cheers the Grizzlies to victory during the 
:ie held at Circle High School. Left Page, upper left: Homecom- 
ing King Earl Walker and Queen Laina Corder ride in the parade 
thru downtown El Dorado. Remaining photos: Grizzly football 
players in action- at the dance and at the game. Right Page, top: 
One of the Butler mascots looks on as the Honeybears perform at 
halftime. Left: Coach Brian McNeely gives instructions to quarter- 
back Darren White during the game. Right: Gee Wright carries the 
ball for the Grizzlies. 



Out Of Class, 
'P & R' Time 




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PLEASURE AND RECREATION are enjoyed by, LEFT 
PAGE: upper I. Chuck Fahler; upper r., John Kenemer, 
Lee Ann Griffith; lower I., Newdy Satcher; r., music by 
Henry Jackson, Tony Reynolds. THIS PAGE: upper I., 
Derek Dillard, Brent Wolke; upper r., Garlis Allen, Janet 
Robinson, Angie Craddock; lower 1., Theresa Schneider, 
Kim Carpenter, Laina Corder, Andrea Turner, Lee Ann 
Griffith, Cara Oursler; lower r., Harold Stewart. 




Skating Is 
A Big Hit 



A skating party to get acquainted was 
sponsored early in the fall term by SAC. 
Students got in free with display of the col- 
lege ID. The party lasted for three hours, but 
some of the students did not. 




People Party In Student Union 



PARTY TIME in the Union finds: Top right, Kevin Colon taking a 
much needed rest. Bottom page, Greg French and Jerry Kruger 
watch dancers. Left center, as the party comes to an end Don 
Weatherby, Newdy Satcher, Dion Noblett, Tony Shelby, Tony 
(E.T.) Dye, Michael (Slow Moe) Williams, Kenneth Palmer, Rick 
Remsberg and Ronald (Scooter) Dean, get rowdy. 



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SOCIAL LIFE in the Student Union will find a num- 
ber of students seeking relief from the books and 
from dormitory life. Top left, Don McClain wears 
his original headgear at the gathering. Top right, 
Carla Hinz and Kelly Duvanel, eight-plex residents 
eye the dancers. Bottom right, Nate Brown and 
Kevin Sipple give their "brothers handshake." 




New Term — New Den 



With new murals on the walls, the Snack Bar became "The Den" this 
year, and students had a great moment when the sterile-looking white 
walls finally disappeared. Enjoying the new atmosphere are (top 1.) Bill 
Davison, Penny Mason, Tony Reynolds. Top r., Nadine Armstrong. 
Bottom 1., Louie McClure; bottom r., Ted Sullivan 




SPORTS 











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Great Grizzly Games 



Football 

Record Drops: 
4-4-1 



Grizzlies are not number one in '82. After finish- 
ing 12-0 in 1981, the Butler County grid team did a 
complete turn around in '82 by finishing 4-4-1. 

Disapointing? Not really. 

Look at it from a sophomore point of view. Dur- 
ing their two years of playing Grizzlies' football, the 
sophomores racked up a 16-14-1 record. Not bad at 
all. 

With the graduation of some key players and a 
lack of experienced sophomores, the Grizzlies were 
a freshman-dominated squad. Not to mention the 
unexpected resignation of Coach Fayne Henson just 
three weeks before the summer practices began. 

Brian McNeely was named successor to Henson 
and just one week before practice started, went out 
and gathered a staff and went to work, Actually, 
McNeely did a fair job under very difficult circum- 
stances. 

Coach McNeely said, "Our team played really 
well at times this year, but we really lacked a great 
deal of consistency. We have a good group of fresh- 
men returning for next year and I would expect us 
to be more consistent." 

In December it was announced by the college that 
McNeely had been fired. Within a few days, a spe- 
cial Board of Trustees meeting was called and the 
official announcement was that McNeely had been 
rehired as head coach. 




HEAD COACH BRIAN 
MCNEELY watches the 
Grizzly action as he 
receives information 
from coaches in the 
press box. The Grizzly 
team is led onto the 
field by co-captains 
Darren White and Jim 
Phillips at Circle High 
School in Towanda 
where several of the 
home games were 
played. 







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FOOTBALL ACTION-top photo, the Butler de- 
fense attacks the ball. Bottom left, John Kendricks 
picks up big yardage for the Grizzlies. Bottom right, 
Lee Dudick, teammates, and opposition look for 
that elusive loose football. 



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Football 
Moments 



FOOTBALL ACTION finds 
Joe Christmon, No. 34, up- 
per left blocking for tailback 
Jamie Holland on his way to 
more yardage, Jerry Quick, 
upper right, beats his man en 
route to sacking the quarter- 
back. Tony Shelby, lower 
right, takes a break after suf- 
fering a hand injury. 





ON THE WAY to a touch- 
down wide receiver Tony 
Shelby sweeps around right 
end behind the blockings of 
Jim Phillips. Defensive end 
Jason Mueller reaches out for 
a shoestring tackle. 






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Volleyball Women End Season 14-18 



The women's volleyball team won 
its opening game for the season 
against Bethel College, and from then 
on had some disappointing moments. 

The team ended the season 14-18 
but did not qualify for the regionals 
Five sophomores returned to the team 
including Arlene Reekie, Cynthia 
Thrasher. Tammy Martin, Heather 
George, and Lenda Sheriff. Coach De- 
bra Sawtelle said of the season: "We 
were all disappointed that we did not 
qualify for regionals. However, we did 
have a good season and played some 
super volleyball at times. My freshmen 
got a lot of playing experience and this 
should help us a great deal next year." 





MEMBERS OF THE BCCC WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL team include, 
front row (from left) Becky Barnett, Lenda Sheriff, Heather George, 
Janelle Banz. (second row) Carla Hinz, Cynthia Thrasher, Arlene Reekie, 



Mellisa Unger, Coach Debra Sawtelle. (back row) manager Debbe Bishop, 
Valorie Dukat, Valerie Seal, Janice Martin, Tammy Martin, Diane Alex- 
ander. 



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Spikers In Action 




WOMEN VOLLEYBALL TEAM members play a tough 
and sometimes heartbreaking season. Upper left, Tammy 
Martin blocks the ball as teammate Cynthia Thrasher gets 
ready. Lower left, Heather George sets the ball as her 
teammates approve from the sidelines. Lower right, Lenda 
Sheriff and Valorie watch as Janelle Banz spikes the ball. 




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Women Runners 
Nab Regional 

The women's cross country sea- 
son proved to be a very productive 
one. The members of the team 
were the undefeated Region Six 
champions. 

This is the first time a women's 
team has won a regional title in any 
sport at BCCC. 

The team placed fourteenth in 
the national track meet held at Uti- 
ca, N.Y. 

Three women made the All Re- 
gion Six team: Becky Alpers, Terry 
Hormell, Charlotte Purcell. 

Since five team members are 
freshmen, Coach John Francis stat- 
ed that he is looking forward to an 
excellent year next year. 

Other members of the team were 
Tammy Hodges, Rachel Seager, 
and Jody Wells. 





WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY members who are the regional champions 
include (from left) Terry Hormell, Tammy Hodges, Charlotte Purcell, Becky 



Alpers, Rachel Seager, Jody Wells. Bottom: Jody Wells leads the way for 
the BCCC Girls CC team. 



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Keesling Makes 
National Meet 

With a freshmen oriented team 
and with numerous injuries, the 
men's cross country team placed 
fourth in the regional meet. 

Jim Keesling, sophomore, was 
the only individual to qualify for the 
nationals by placing fifteenth at the 
Region Six meet. Keesling ran in 
the nationals at Utica, N.Y. and 
placed 171st. 

During the season, the Grizzlies 
won three meets, took second in 
two meets, and placed third in an- 
other with fourth place at the re- 
gional. 

The 1982 season was the last 
one for Coach Oliver Isom since he 
is retiring from coaching. Isom was 
a top collegiate cross country for 
many years. 




THE 1982-83 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM members are, from left Brad 
Burkes, Garth Wilwand, Bob Dahlgreen, Robert Johnson, Jeff Noll, Scott 
Garlich, Mark Anderson, Paul Kroeger, Jim Keesling. Back row Coach Ollie 



Isom, Donnie Wilson, Stan Wyott, Jon McCoy, Tom Ridder, Everett White, 
Kirby Rogers, Tyrone Forbes. Upper photo, Jim Keesling. 



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THE REGIONAL TROPHY for first place is proudly displayed 
by women's cross country runners including (from left) Jody 
Wells, Rachel Seager, Terri Hormel, Becky Alpers, Charlotte 



Purcell, and Tammy Hodges. Photo left, Jeff Noll paces himself. 
Right, Brad Burkes and Paul Kroeger close in on a Hutchison 



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TOP LEFT: On a 
time out Jack Sutter 
discusses the defense 
attack with the 
Grizzlies. Top right: 
Tony Dye waits 
patiently on a 
decision from the 
referee. Bottom: 
front row-Coach 
Sutter, Todd 
Patterson, John 
Ford, Earl Walker, 
Jim Redeker, Tony 
Dye, Henry Ford, 
Byron Green, 
Assistant Gene 
Arnold, Back row- 
Pat Cubbage, Joe 
Howard Mark 
Hively, Greg Allen, 
Mychael Williams, 
Gwayne Lambert, 
Jerry Kruger, Keith 
Morton, Butch Berry, 
Ron Ediger. 



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Basketball Men: 19-10 

Butler started the season with high hopes. The team had 
the height it takes to be a top contender. 

The Grizzlies had four returning starters: Henry Ford, 
Butch Berry, John Ford and Earl Walker. Berry and Walker 
were team captains this season. 

Butler participated in one of the toughest basketball con- 
ferences in the nation, the Jayhawk Juco. The Grizzlies won 
their first game against Northern Oklahoma. Many times 
during the season they played some outstanding ball. At 
press time they went against Pratt for a second time, coming 
out the winner, after being defeated in the first encounter. 
The Grizzlies were 19-10 overall and 5-6 league at press 
time. 



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OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left, Butch Berry tries 
to pass inside to Tony Dye. Top right, Byron 
Green shoots a jumper for two. Bottom left, 
Gwayne Lambert drives down court for a bas- 
ket. Bottom right, Tony Dye shows his vertical 
ability on a blocked shot. Top left, Henry Ford 
jams the ball with command. Top right, shooting 
two from the freethrow line is Mark Hively. 
Bottom left, the Grizzlies get ready for an in- 
bounds play. Bottom right, Earl Walker is look- 
ing for an open man. 




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Women Advance 

"The best season in four years" is how 
Coach Tonya Kerschner summed up the wom- 
en's basketball season. 

Fourth place in the western division of the 
Jayhawk Conference was won by the women 
cagers. This was the first time the women made 
it to the play-offs in four years. 

The season got off to a disappointing start 
for the women, but the team picked up momen- 
tum toward the end. The overall record was 10- 
21, and the women were 6-10 in the Confer- 
ence. 

Returning sophomores included Debbe Bish- 
op, Debbie Sparks, Lori Embree, Teresa Wes- 
terfield, Jo Stuber, Shari Klassen. 

KATHY METZ patiently waits for the ball in the freeth- 
row lane. Team members (below) include (front row) There- 
sa Chapman, Faye Clark, Debbe Bishop, Lori Embree, 
Debbie Sparks, Shari Klassen, Teresa Westerfield. (back) 
Tammy Hodges, Jami Shirley, Katherine Ewing, Valerie 
Dukat, Brenda McCollough, Charlotte Purcell, Jo Stuber. 
Tonya Kerschner (coach). 




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FAYE CLARK (top left) makes her move for the ball. Lori Embree (top right) heads for the free throw lane. Kathy Metz (bottom) looks for Teresa Westerfield. 




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GRIZZLIETTES (top left) Kathy Metz, Lori Embree, Sherri Klassen, and Jami easy two points. Kathy Metz (bottom left) makes her move to get out of the 
Shirley wait for the inbounds pass. Charlotte Purcell (top right) shoots for an trap. Debbie Sparks (bottom right) passes the ball off. 




Activities 




Great Grizzly Moments 



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Campus Looks - We've Got You Covered 



Watch closely because these next four pages are about to 
explode into an amazing variety of day looks, night looks, 
city and country looks for college students. 

Something fantastic happens when you wrap yourself up 
in the fashions for '83. R. A. Wells and Lasater's have helped 
BCCC keep up on all the fashionable trends. 

Keep it simple. Keep it right. Fashion is taking a more 
tailored direction this year. Sweaters, combined with the 
tailored look in pants are great classic looks, and are the 
perfect item for a college students wardrobe. You can inter- 
change a sweater with anything and have more than one 
outfit. Soft. Stylish. More textures to touch. And colors 
colors . . . colors. 

'83 fashion consists of garden colors, rare antique colors, a 
season filled with rich gleaming new brilliance. Rich apricots, 



pinks, yellows, black, pale reds, and all shades of green are in 
this year. But what's more amazing are the color combina- 
tions one can wear: turquoise with any other blue, brown or 
purple with yellow, green with violet, even deep blue with 
black. 

It's pattern on pattern. 

It's mix and match. 

It's stripes and plaids. 

It's all very decorative colors. 

The styles on the college campus are carefree. The dress 
of today's fashion is an attitude of "Anything Goes." With 
such stylish clothing, imagine the possiblities. A little money 
and a lot of imagination can make a college student's ward- 
robe incredible! 






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EDDIE GREY AND JENNIFER PYLE 
pose in the classic fall fashions. Eddie, in 
his corduroy jacket and Jennifer in her 
warm sweater show the casual look of 
campus life. 

SCOTT REBHOLZ displays the basics of 
every college man's winter wardrobe, a 
pair of jeans and a flannel shirt. 

LEEANN GRIFFITH AND ALEJANDRA 
ENCINAS model the outgoing fashions of 
sportswear. 




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Sweatsuit Look 



SWEATSUITS are the fashion on the college campus 
this year. Whether it is jogging and exercising, lounging 
in the dorm or student union, or just attending classes, 
sweatsuits seem to be the proper dress. Everywhere you 
go you see different styles and colors. Some are conser- 
vative and plain while others are brighter and more 
lively. 

Earl (Magic) Walker has chosen a more sporty suit in 
creme and gray, while Jennifer Pyle shows off the softer, 
more feminine look of a pink suit. Alejandra Encinas 
shows off the bright outgoing colors of this year's fash- 
ions-pinks and purples. Each is different in style and 
color, but all are suitable for any informal occasion on 
campus. 




Butler Hosts National Rodeo Group 



Exciting rodeo action filled the El Dor- 
ado Saddle Club Arena in October when 
the first National Intercollegiate Rodeo 
Association sanctioned rodeo was hosted 
by Butler County Community College. 
This is the third year that the College has 
been a member of the NIRA. All colleges 
that have a sanction are required to host 
the NIRA rodeo every other year, ac- 
cording to Daniel Ensz, agriculture in- 
structor. 

Two hundred and ninety-seven contes- 
tants from 20 colleges in Kansas and 
Oklahoma participated. Because of the 
large number of contestants, some rode 
"slack" after the first evening's perfor- 
mance and on the following morning be- 
cause there was not enough time for all of 
the contestants to compete in the perfor- 
mances. 

A highlight of the second evening was 
the calf dressing contest. The object of 
this contest was to get a shirt and pair of 
pants oh a calf restrained by a rope 
hatter. The first team to dress its calf and 
drag it to the middle of the arena was the 
winner. A team comprised of Jim Kitch, 
Andy Massoth, Marc Thomas won the 
trophy. 

JIM BROOKOVER, livestock judging team coach, 
watches the intense action, lower left photo. Other 
photos this page, out of town participants exhibit 
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Three Bands Attract New Numbers 



Due to an ever-increasing enroll- 
ment, BCCC's three bands — con- 
cert, pep, and jazz — all had in- 
creased numbers this year. 

Fulfilling the desire for communi- 
ty involvement, the bands were 
joined by several off-campus musi- 
cians in rehearsals and concerts. 

MEMBERS OF THE CONCERT BAND are, 
(from left bottom row) Dale Howell, Tracey 
Maddux, Angel Townson, Shelly Downey, 
Kurt McCune, Terri Maness, Linda Stein- 
hauer, David O'Donnell, Beth Herrman, 
Bruce Roll. Second row; Brad Storey, Holly 
Allen, Janice Brown, David Heinrich, Paula 
Harms, Dale Reschke. Third row, Brian Da- 
vidson, Laura Vorhies, Benny Higgs, Kevin 
Lawrence, John Shell, Brian Lindsey, Neal 
Bergkamp, Troy Hagerman, Mark Gold- 
smith, Monte McKee. Fourth row, Gary 
Jacks, Bryan Ellis, Paul Hake, Rick Herb, 
Stan Miller. Fifth row, Bette Kohman, Kris 
Blank, Snn Ridgway, Shelly Stutesman, 
Tammy Lock, Chris Ziba, Tim Davis. Bot- 
tom right, Mark Goldsmith and Terri Ma- 
ness. Bottom left, Matt Krause and Angel 
Townson fix her tie. 





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Jazz Band 

The Jazz Band was invited to par- 
ticipate in the Bethel Invitational Jazz 
Festival at Newton. Spring semester 
found the ensemble being invited to 
the International Music Festival in Or- 
lando, Florida. 

Several on-campus concerts and nu- 
merous high school tours also helped 
produce a successful year for the 
group. 

DOUG TALBOTT, instrumental director, dis- 
cusses a question with jazz band member Shelly 
Stutesman, upper left. THE JAZZ BAND mem- 
bers consist of, from left to right, front row: 
Tracey Maddux, Monte McKee, Angel Town- 
son, Shelly Stutesman, Pat Cubbage, David 
Heinrich, Bruce Roll. Second row; Shelly Dow- 
ney, Holly Allen, Mark Goldsmith, David 
O'Donnell, Kris Blank, Brian Lindsey, Rick 
Herb, Gary Jacks. Third Row, Doug Mitchell, 
Lisa Kelly, Stan Miller, Brian Ellis, Scott Snow, 
Dale Howell, Kevin Fox, Kurt McCune, Benny 
Higgs, Kevin Lawrence, Brian Davidson, and 
Brad Storey. John Shell plays trumpet in front 
of Student Union, bottom right. 




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GREAT MOMENTS for some spectators at sports events only happen when the 
Pep Band goes into action. Never quiet, never subtle, always wild, and always 
appreciated can describe the members of the Pep Band under the direction of 
Doug Talbott. Right, Benny Higgs hits it; Talbott prepares for a pep rally on 
campus. 




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Band 



Pride and enthusiasm are high priorities with the P< 
Band members since they were chosen for both their mi 
cal ability and their spirit. 

Providing music for all home football and basketb? 
games along with traveling to several away athletic contes 
were included in the duties of the band members. 

The familiar "charge" sound provided by the Pep Band 
was always received wildly and enthusiastically by the spec- 
tators. The ruffles, flourishes, and rim-shots were as much a 
part of the football games as the kick-off whistle. 



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Vocalists Include Choir, Headliners 



1982-83 was the second year for the Headliners 
Showchoir. This select group is chosen by audi- 
tions involving both singing and choreography. 
The Headliners gave four concerts on campus 
during the year and visited many area high 
schools. Their travels also included some out-of- 
state trips. The BCCC Pops Vocal Clinic, held in 
the spring, brought to the campus nationally 
known artists to work with the students on perfect- 
ing their vocal skills. 

The BCCC Choir is an ensemble open to all who 
enjoy singing. The Choir presents four e< 
during the year including a "Pops Concert 
spring. The theme of this year's concert was Mus 
from the Movies. 

New robes were delivered in December adding 
a more formal, finishing touch to the group. 

In keeping with the music department's desire 
to provide avenues for the students to express 
themselves musically, the Ladies Ensemble was 
formed in 1982. The ensemble has grown to in- 
clude 12 singers who work on all styles of music, 
some selected by members and some by the in- 
structor. 




HEADLINERS VOCAL GROUP members wear striking black and white costumes. 
The singers include (front row from left) Jeff Becker, Todd Schwartz, Jim Stuffle- 
beam, Joe Colangelo, Morey Baizer, David Heinrich, Kevin Lawrence, Jim Speer. 
Second row, Linda Pohly, vocal director, Linda Steinbauer, Tammy Luck, Sharon 
McVicar, Deanna Newman, Tallette Eastin, Angel Townson, Melissa Unger, Michele 
Nolan, and Kathy Griggs. 





The Choir 
Practices 



CHOIR PRACTICE finds the usually un- 
seen hands of the "official" school ac- 
companist, Marge Marsh, at the key- 
board. Choir members under the direc- 
tion of Linda Pohly prepare for the 
Christmas concert. They include (photo 
right) Gina Starkey, Kary Crandell, 
Tammy Luck, Taletta Easton, Linda 
Steinhauer, Debbie Anderson, Robin 
Long, Krystal Reimer, Shelly Downing, 
Lower right, William Olson, Jim Stuffle- 
beam, Jeff Deere, Todd Schwartz, David 
Heinrich. 




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Delta Psi Is 
The Only Frat 

The national chapter of Delta Psi Omega was 
started in March 20, 1929. Three years later in 
March of 1932 the local chapter was started 
and headed by L.W. Nixon. Delta Psi, the only 
fraternity on campus, is a national honor frater- 
nity for the purpose of providing an honor 
society for those doing a high standard of work 
in dramatics, and provides a wider fellowship 
for those interested in the college theatre. 

Larry Peters is the advisor, and the officers 
of this year are: president; Peter Henderson, 
vice president; Peter Albright; and secretary 
and treasurer, Harold Stewart. 

The other members are: Chris Alfaro, Matt 
Krause, David Heinrich, David Leaper, Roger 
Charles, Jerry Smith, Shelly Downey and Jean- 
nie Parscal. Honorary members added through 
the years are: Marge Marsh, Robert Chism, 
Doug Talbott, Linda Pohly, David Longfellow, 
and Bob Peterson. 

DAVID HEINRICH AND CHRIS ALFARO "mug" for the 
camera before a meeting. Lower, current members of Delta 
Psi, Matt Krause, Peter Henderson, Harold Stewart, David 
Heinrich, Chris Alfaro, and sponsor Larry Peters enjoy 
themselves. Members not pictured include David Leaper, 
Roger Charles, Jerry Smith, Peter Albright, Jeannie Pars- 
cal, and Shelly Downey. 




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'Sold Out' 



"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to 
The Forum," a musical comedy presented 
by BCCC Theatre was a great success. The 
cast played to a standing room only house 
all three nights. The play was directed and 
choreographed by Bob Peterson and the 
cast consisted of: Matt Krause as Pseudolus; 
Bruce Roll, Todd Schwartz and Jerry Smith 
as The Proteans, David Longfellow as 
Senex; Shirley Suttle as Domina; David 
Heinrich as Hero; Peter Henderson as Hys- 
terium; David Grisham as Lycus; Tera Wiler 
as Tintinabula; Diane Phillips as Panacea; 
Dee Ann and Lee Ann Griffith as The Ge- 
mmae; Michele Nolan as Vibrata; Chris Al- 
faro as Cafeteria; Maia Harms as Prima- 
dona; Debbie Sparks as Gymnasia; Krissie 
Johnson as Philia; Donald Gilliland as Erron- 
ius; James Redeker as Miles Gloriosus; Pres- 
ton Bailey, Neal Bergkamp, Robert Blanken, 
Randy Gibson, and Harold Stewart as The 
Soldiers; Vocal Director was Linda Pohly 
and Instrumental Coordinator was Doug Tal- 
bott. Rehearsal Accompanist was Marge 
Marsh and Graphic Design by Greg May. 

LEFT PAGE: Matt Krause describes Debbie Sparks 
curves as Don Gilliland and Tera Wiler watch. Upper, 
Krissie Johnson and David Heinrich in a romantic 
scene. Bottom L. r James Redeker. Heinrich. Johnson. 
Shirley Suttle, David Longfellow. Krause, and Gilliland 
in the opening number. Bottom, Lee Ann and Dee Ann 
Griffith show mystical moves as Wiler Ic 




Campus Life 

Life on campus means many things to many peo- 
ple. Top right: Carla Hinz shows that studying can 
be fun. Middle left: Chris Heidebrecht takes a 
break to play a relaxing game of tennis on one of 
the campus courts. Middle right: Steve Massey, 
Keith Morton, and Charlie Green are takin' it easy 
between classes. Bottom left: Bobby Church par- 
ticipates in a favorite activity for many college 
students. Bottom right; Jeff Becker takes advan- 
tage of a spring-like day to study outdoors. 



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School Elects 
BCCC Royalty 



The first basketball homecoming since 1979 was 
held Feb. 12 when the royalty were crowned during 
a homecoming dance in the Student Union following 
a game. 

Pat Cubbage and Debbie Sparks were elected 
king and queen at an all school election. Other 
candidates, Mike McCune, Byron "Doc" Green, 
Dee Ann Griffith, and Shelley Crawford served as 
attendants. 

Dancing followed the ceremony. The Student Ac- 
tivities Council sponsored the event. The dance was 
one of the better attended social events of the year. 

SUSAN KELLEY places the homecoming crown on Debbie 
Sparks' head while Pat Cubbage admires his trophy and the 
attendants, Shelley Crawford, Byron Green, Dee Ann Griffith, 
and Mike McCune watch. Lower photo: Participation at the 
homecoming dance includes many who wait out the slow number 
while the king and queen and their royal court have their dance. 





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SMILES OF HAPPINESS are shown by bas- 
ketball royalty including attendants Mike 
McCune and Dee Ann Griffith; king and 
queen, Pat Cubbage and Debbie Sparks; atten- 
dants Byron Green and Shelley Crawford. 



Lower left, homecoming king and queen share 
the first slow dance of the evening. Lower 
right, Todd Hedgespeth, Lee Dudick, Sean 
Wallace and Louie McCluer get together at 
the homecoming dance. 



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Intramurals Big 
With Students 



One of the good things about life is having fun 
after class and homework are done. Approximate- 
ly 300 students did just that by participating in 
intramural bowling, flag football, horseshoes, ten- 
nis, and volleyball during the fall semester. 

Student participation by the end of the first 
semester increased by 84 per cent over last year. 
Intramurals are by far the most popular extra- 
curricular activity from the numbers participating 
standpoint. 

Jeanette Malone, long-time Butler physical edu- 
cation instructor and intramurals director refuses 
to take credit for the highly successful intramurals 
program. "In order for intramurals to be success- 
ful, you need to have the following three elements: 
captains with excellent leadership, players who 
show good sportsmanship, and well-qualified offi- 
cials," said Malone. 

Regular activities offered during the spring se- 
mester included basketball, badminton, checkers, 
golf, horseshoes, billiards, table tennis, tennis. (See 
the spring supplement for additional coverage of 
intramurals.) 









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won the horseshoe intramurals for the second year in a row. Lower, The 



Misfits bowled to a first place finish in the mixed league. Members of 
the winning team are John Guinotte, Paula Riner, and Tim Guinotte. 



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Intramurals 



TOP LEFT: Team talk- the members of Kingsley Krushers are 
caught trying to discuss the perfect play. Top right: Kinship 
hug- Sheryl Boxell and Jim Kitch give each other a friendly hug 
after losing a game. Bottom: Some members of Palmer's Pow- 
erhouse, the winning flag football team are, front: Brenda 
McCulloch, Tina Harbert, and Tracy Petersen. Back: Mick 
Robinson, Ken Palmer, and Tom Perkins. 









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SAC Organizes Student Campus Activities 



The Student Activities Council (SAC) is 
the organizing body for student activities 
on campus. SAC sponsors such events as 
dances, concerts and lectures. SAC meet- 
ings are open to all students. 

At the beginning of each year, SAC 
advisers, this year Debbie Sawtelle and 
Phil Anderson, call a meeting for students 
interested in planning activities. The stu- 
dents nominate possible officers and elect 
three of them at a later meeting. 

This year, Joe Linot was elected presi- 
dent; Leanne Hillwig, vice-president; and 
Jana Cox, secretary-treasurer. 

SAC sponsored a "Get Acquainted 
Dance," to start out the school year. The 
dance was considered a success due to 
the large turnout. SAC sponsored home- 
coming events including the election of 
king and queen and the campus float con- 
test in the homecoming parade. 




TOP PHOTO: SAC members discuss activity 
plans. Lower photo, front row, from left; Sue 
Kelley, secretary-treasurer Jane Cox, Vice-presi- 
dent Leanne Hillwig, and LeeAnn Griffith. Back 



row, from left; Melanie Crow, Mike McCune, Bet- 
ty Cohman, Dan McAlester, President Joe Linot, 
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DECA Develops 
Coed Careers 



"DECA is a youth organization and its 
purpose is to develop leaders. The stu- 
dents have their local chapter and partici- 
pate at all levels: regional, state, and na- 
tional," said Jim Edwards, the Distribu- 
tive Education Clubs of America (DECA) 
adviser. DECA involves marketing, mer- 
chandising, and management. Its mem- 
bers are enrolled in a class called Field 
Study Conference in which all students 
must find a part-time job. DECA's main 
objective is "to help students with their 
career objectives in retail and market- 
ing," said Michelle Smith, current DECA 
president for the College chapter. 

This was the twelfth year the College 
has had a DECA chapter. Bob Long- 
necker was the post-secondary state 
president. The office of vice-president for 
the College chapter was held by Sandy 
Stokes and later Joe Heenan. The other 
officers were: Jana Cox, secretary; Joy 
Loop, treasurer; Rob Kenemer, parlia- 
mentarian and John Kenemer, reporter. 



DECA MEMBERS give pledge of allegiance. 
Lower left: President Michelle Smith recounts 
past DECA trip. Right, front row from left, 
Smith, Joy Loop, Renee Alonzo, and Jana Cox. 



Second row from left, Chris Cooper, Ben 
Franta, John Uzo-Echefu, Chad Smith, Joe 
Heenan, Charlie Keehn, and Jack Alonso. 




Paper Changes 

The Lantern, BCCC's weekly newspaper, 
started from scratch in the fall semester when 
Mitch Fabry and Shelley Crawford took over 
as co-editors. Due to the lack of staff mem- 
bers The Lantern asked and got permission 
from the Board of Trustees to become a bi- 
monthly, completing the fall semester with 
eight issues. 

The paper became a conservative newspa- 
per during the fall semester. Top news stories 
involved an investigation on the disorganiza- 
tion of The Lantern and a need for a student 
health center. 

Other staff members included Bob Long- 
necker, business manager; Joyce Dutton, en- 
tertainment editor; Jim Keesling, sports edi- 
tor; Chris Heidebrecht, assistant sports editor. 
Staff reporters were Angie Embree, Kathy 
Kuntz, and Lesmes Boada. Photo staff mem- 
bers were Dixie Glanville and Kevin Fox. 

In the spring semester, The Lantern took a 
new road when it again became a weekly 
publication and acquired new management. 
Angie Embree was named editor-in-chief. Oth- 
er staff 




Kevin Fox 




Larry Bonura 



Lantern 

members included Brian Lindsey, advertis- 
ing manager; Joyce Dutton, entertainment 
editor. Staff reporters were Dixie Glanville, 
Sylvia Sealy, Jody Wells, Lesmes Boada, 
and Staci Garman. Photo/art staff members 
were Larry Erickson, Lesmes Boada, Kevin 
Fox, and Scott Kitzenberger. Lisa Hagan 
was the typesetter. 

Larry Bonura was the newspaper adviser 
and journalism instructor on a temporary 
basis for Bill Bidwell who was on a yearly 
sabbatical. 




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Rodeo Club Hosts Its First NIRA Rodeo 



Putting on the National Intercollegiate Ro- 
deo Association sponsored rodeo here was a 
major project this year for the Rodeo Club. 
There were many jobs to do. Organization is 
the key to a smooth function. Planning and 
arrangements began months before this rodeo. 
Jobs such as selling tickets, programs, parking 
cars, and pushing cattle were filled by club 
members and other agriculture students. A 
great deal of the success of the rodeo was due 
to the involvement of students and the enthusi- 
asm of the spectators. 

J.D. Penwell coaches the active group of 
rodeoers. Their faculty adviser is Daniel Ensz. 
He organizes entries and makes traveling acco- 
modations. 

To become a rodeo team member there are 



tryouts and recruiting just like any other colle- 
giate sport. The team represents Butler County 
Community College at approximately twelve 
rodeos. The team competes in the Central 
Plains region. Kansas and Oklahoma comprise 
the region designated by the NIRA. 

The Rodeo Club has been organized for 
three years and is growing. It offers a chance 
for all those who are interested in the rodeo 
sport and the "Western Way of Life" to come 
together and share their interest. 

There are two factions within the Rodeo 
Club. The rodeo team members participate in 
National Inter-collegiate Rodeo Association ro- 
deos. The other club members are enthusiasts 
of the country lifestyle and rodeo sport. 




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THE RODEO CLUB is in familiar territory, 
the El Dorado Saddle Club grounds. Top, 
Mark Jones, Darrel Gray, J.R. McCafferee. 
Front, from left: Troy Hedrick, Gayle Os- 
born, J.D. Penwell, coach; Daniel Ensz, 
coach. Rodeo Club members in a dramatic 
mid-air jump, are Scot Gryder, Don Doyle, 
Terri Walker. 






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Judging Is Sharing 




Shelly Hodges, 
freshman, was named 
the top judge at the 
World Quarter Horse 
Show at Oklahoma City 
in December competing 
on Butler's judging 
team 

Shelly said that she 
took up judging since 
she has been around 
horses all her life and 
enjoys them. 

At the World contest, 
she placed first in 
reasonns, first in overall 
judging, second in 
halter, and sixth in 
performance. 

Shelly explained, 
"Judging is something 
you can pass on and 
teach to others. That's 
why I like it; it's 
something I can share 
with others." 




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Performers Attract 

The Honeybears have been a great attraction at half 
time of most home football and basketball games. They 
have performed many routines throughout the year. 
They were able to do so well because of a lot of hard 
practices which took much dedication. The advisor who 
helped the girls and gave them support was Rebecca 
Kuntz. Sixteen girls participated in the squad this year. 



UPPER LEFT: Julie Rierson, Ashley Shreve, Renee Alonzo, 
Andrea Turner, and Tammy Schnider get set for another inter- 
esting routine. Upper right: Dee Ann Griffith, Renee Alonzo, 
and Kristi Schneidewind learn some more dazzling moves. 
LOWER PHOTO from left, team members include: Julie Rier- 
son, Ashley Shreve, Laina Corder, Andrea Turner, Tammy 
Schnider, Stacy Evens; twirler, Terri Maness. Front row, Kim 
Carpenter, Kristi Schneidewind, Theresa Schneider, Dee Ann 
Griffith, Paula Harms, Lee Ann Griffith, Cathy Cannady, and 
Rhonda Pykiet. Not pictured, Renee Alonzo. 




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Cheerleaders 
Turn It On 



A fundamental part of BCCC's ath- 
letics is the cheerleaders. They come 
to every game without a complaint. 
Not only do they have their hearts in 
cheering, but their lungs seem to con- 
tribute even more. They try to get the 
fans to do a little cheering also. The 
hard work they put in on flips, turns, 
and cheers is admirable and well worth 
it. 

The young women and men who 
make up this special group of support- 
ers are: Captain, Garlis Allen; co-cap- 
tains, Crystal Whitchurch and Sheryl 
Boxell; Carl Glenn, Steven Massey, Ja- 
net Robinson, Angela Craddock, Cara 
Oursler, and two who began after foot- 
ball season, Leanne Hillwig and Jenni- 
fer Pyle. 



LOWER PHOTO: The cheerleaders 
make a path for the basketball players to 
run through. Upper photo: For a half 
time cheer at a home basketball game 
the squad gets ready to make a pyramid, 
one of the most crowd-pleasing forma- 
tions. 




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FRESHMEN 







Great Grizzly Newcomers 



Freshman Enrollment Breaks Record 



The enrollment for fall 1982 was the highest in the col- 
lege's history. A total of 2,985 students enrolled at BCCC or 
one of its outreach programs making an increase of 24.6% 
from the 1981 fall enrollment. 

This increase made the College the fourth largest commu- 
nity college in Kansas. Of the 2,985 total, 1,175 students are 
part-time or full-time freshmen. A total of 747 freshmen 
attend classes on the campus itself and 391 of those are full- 
time. 

Reasons for the sharp increase in enrollment have been 
attributed to many different causes. The main reason was the 
state of the economy including the high rate of unemploy- 
ment. According to Everett Kohls, director of admissions and 
records, while jobs are sparse, high school graduates find 



college a valuable asset. Other reasons for the increase could 
be publicity of last year's achievements such as the national 
championship football team and the High-Q program. 

This year's freshmen were involved with making great 
moments in many areas. Topeka freshmen; Steve Massey 
and Carl Glenn became the first yell leaders since 1978. 
Morey and Milton Balzer, Potwin freshmen, took on different 
identities when they donned their bear mascot costumes. 
Freshmen were involved with the College productions of "A 
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," "The 
Lion in Winter," and "The First Boy." Freshmen were also 
involved with; band and vocal groups, the Honeybear Dance 
Troupe, the cheerleaders, the Lantern and the Grizzly. 



Brett Adair 

Rose Hili 
William Adkins 

Wichita 
Sherri Adlesperger 

El Dorado 
Doris Albertson 

El Dorado 
Richard Albright 

El Dorado 
Diane Alexander 

Galva 

Garlis Allen 

Wichita 
John Alley 

Rose Hill 
Mace Allmond 

Towanda 
Jackie Alonso 

Towanda 
Renee Alonzo 

El Dorado 
Rebecca Alpers 

Eureka 



Theondrea Ammons 

Wichita 
Kelly Amosson 

El Dorado 
Mark Anderson 

Portsmouth. VA. 
Michele Anderson 

B Dorado 
Angela Anthony 

El Dorado 
Don Argo 

El Dorado 



Tris Ash 

El Dorado 
Shannon Atwood 

Whitewater 
Joy Aukofer 

Wichita 
Deena Autry 

Wichita 
MD. Abul Azad 

Dacca, Bangladesh 
Laura Bailey 

El Dorado 



Douglas Baker 

Leavenworth 
John Baker 

Wichita 
Jonl Baker 

Wichita 
Susan Baker 

Andover 
Jean Marie Balch 

El Dorado 
Jodie Balch 

El Dorado 




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Becky Alpers 
Donna Ball 

Wichita 
Glen Ball 

Eureka 
James Ball 

Wichita 



Penny Bailew 
Augusta 

Mike Balzer 
El Dorado 

Milton Balzer 
Potwtn 



Morey Balzer 

Potwin 
Janelle Banz 

Wichita 
Dorothy 

Wichita 



Theopolis Barnes 

Wichita 
Becky Barnett 

Parker 
Frances Barrier 

El Dorado 



Kenneth Barry 

El Dorado 
Norma Bass 

El Dorado 
Patrick Bauer 

Sn3UTiGC Mission 
Jane Baugh 

El Dorado 
Donald Bauer 

El Dorado 
Jody Bean 

El Dorado 

Janelle Bedigrew 



Mary Beeny 

Andover 
Wilma Belt 

Towanda 
Rhonda Bender 

Jacqueline Bennett 

Wichita 
Mary Ann Bennington 

El Dorado 



Mitchell Benton 






Elizabeth Bernhard 



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Eureka 
Joyce Dutton 

Augusta 

Kelly Duv,— ' 

Benton 



Anthony Dye 
St. Louis, MO. 



Dovid Ferrell 
El Dorado 

Rhonda Finney 
Wichita 



Freshmen 



Anthony Forbes 

Greenville, N.C. 
Karen Foreman 

El Dorado 
Scott Forester 

Overland Park 
Billye Foster 

Burns 
Ron Foster 

Wichita 
Mike Fowler 

El Dorado 



Kevin Fox 

Wichita 
Sean Fox 

El Dorado 
Bennett Franta 

Wichita 
Chris Freed 

Andover 
Greg French 

Junction City 
Renne French 

Towanda 

Rebecca Frock 

Bel Aire 
John Frost 

El Dorado 
Stella Fuller 

Derby 
Susan Fyffe 

Towanda 
Robert Gade 

Benton 
Mary Gann 

El Dorado 



Sharen Gard 

El Dorado 
Morgan Gardner 

Wichita 
Staci Garman 

El Dorado 
Carolyn Garner 

Leon 
Larry Garrett 

Wichita 
Gary Gayer 

Rose Hill 

Julia Gibfried 

Derby 
Cindi Gifford 

Grenola 
Karol Ginder 

El Dorado 
Alonzo Givens 

Muskogee 
Dixie Glanville 

Cottonwood Falls 
Carl Glenn 

Topeka 



Mark Goldberg 

Wichita 
Mark Goldsmith 

Augusta 
Marcello Gomez 

Leon 
Mike Gomez 

Leon 
Donella Goucher 

Augusta 
Kevin Govan 

Oklahoma City 



Anna Graves 

El Dorado 
Eddie Gray 

Wichita 
Nickie Greer 

Newton 
Alice Grier 

Augusta 
Troy Griffin 

Maize 
Keith Griffith 

El Dorado 




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Claire Griggs 

El Dorado 
Scott Gryder 

Eureka 
Sharon Guilfoil 

Rose Hill 
Billy Gurkey 

Whitewater 
Kathleen Gatierrez 

Wichita 
Gussie Haines 

El Dorado 



Kathryn Hall 

El Dorado 
Laura Hall 

Augusta 
Pamela Hall 

Benton 
Pat Halter 

El Dorado 
Danny Hamilton 

Cassoday 
Karen Hammer 

Towanda 




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Judith Hanna 

El Dorado 
Kathryn Hannon 

Wichita 
Richard Hanshaw 

Augusta 
Ashraful Haq 

Bangladesh 
Kazi Haq 

Bangladesh 
Maia Harms 

El Dorado 



Michael Harper 

Eureka 
Tina Harbert 

Clearwater 
Carol Harper 

Andover 
Riley Harris 

El Dorado 
Troy Harvey 

Augusta 
Judy Hayes 

El Dorado 



Troy Hedrick 

Wichita 
Joseph Heenan 

Andover 
Janice Helser 

Augusta 
Pam Hendrickson 

Wichita 
Paula Hendry 

El Dorado 
Kristina Henman 

El Dorado 

Ellison Hensley 

Rose Hill 
Rick Herb 

Eureka 
Donald Herron 

Kansas City 
Bud Higgs 

Valley Center 
Dena Hills 

El Dorado 
David Hinnen 

Clay Center 



Carla Hinz 

Newton 
David Hinz 

Newton 
Mark Hively 

Topeka 
Sandra Hodgen 

El Dorado 
Michelle Hodges 

Cassoday 
Tammy Hodges 

Caney 



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Freshmen 



Joseph Hoefgen 

Augusta 
David Holcomb 

EI Dorado 
Sharron Holcomb 

Rosalia 
Jaime Holder 

Rose Hill 
Jamie Holland 

Wake Forest, N.C. 
Steven Holle 

Valley Center 



Karen Hooten 

El Dorado 
Mary Hoover 

Benton 
Robert Hoover 

Andover 
Terri Hormel 

Anthony 
Joe Howard 

Wichita 
Kenneth Howell 

Leon 



Kimberly Hoy 

Wichita 
Randy Hughes 

Hamilton 
David Hull 

Mulvane 
Teresa Hull 

Augusta 
Jennifer Hunn 

Augusta 
Robin Hunt 

El Dorado 

John Huntington 

Eureka 
Dan Ingalls 

El Dorado 
Melicia lsom 

El Dorado 
Henry Jackson 

Wichita 
Kenneth Jackson 

Rosalia 
Rodney Jackson 

Valley Center 



Anita Jacob 

El Dorado 
Maretta Jameson 

Wichita 
Mark Janda 

Ellsworth 
Terresa Jardot 

Hamilton 
Dennis Jeffrey 

El Dorado 
Bret Jensen 

Tonganoxie 

David Jesseph 

Leon 
Brad Johnson 

El Dorado 
Carolyn Johnson 

Leon 
Dale Johnson 

Augusta 
Donna Johnson 

El Dorado 
Donna Johnson 

Wichita 



Jay Johnson 

Andover 
Joel Johnson 

Andover 
Tammy Johnson 

El Dorado 
Ronald Johnston 

Mulvane 
Beverly Jones 

El Dorado 

Cheryl Jones 

Augusta 




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Freshmen 




Mark Jones 

Newton 
Stacee Jones 

El Dorado 
Kent Jost 

Hillsboro 
A.Q.M. Narul Kabir 

Bangladesh 
Mark Kahabka 

El Dorado 
Kristy Kallenberger 

El Dorado 

Tonda Raster 

El Dorado 
Charlie Keehn 

Towanda 
Jill Keely 

Wichita 
Lana Keller 

Andover 
John Kelly 

Potwin 
Lisa Kelly 

El Dorado 

John Kendricks 

Topeka 
John Kenemer 

Wichita 
Robert Kenemer 

Wichita 
Jerry Kenneliey 

Leon 
Michael Kerns 

Marion 
Ron Kilsheimer 

Cedar Point 



Denise King 

Wichita 
Steve Kingsley 

Conway Springs 
Scott Kiser 

Augusta 
James Kitch 

Conway Sorings 
Scott Kitzenberger 

El Dorado 
Jacqueline Klonowski 

Augusta 

Joyce Knapp 

Augusta 
Delton Knox 

Wichita 
Bette Kohman 

Augusta 
Paul Kroeger 

Lockport, 111. 
Sharon Kropel 

Towanda 
Christine Ladd 

Eureka 



Julia LaForge 

El Dorado 
Gwayne Lambert 

Chicago, 111. 
Linda Larsen 

Augusta 
Cherise Larve 

El Dorado 
Gina Lasley 

El Dorado 
Boyd Lauber 

Augusta 



Kevin Lawrence 

Eureka 
Cindy Lawson 

Augusta 
Ken Lawson 

Augusta 
Thi Cao 

El Dorado 
Keith Leddy 

Conway Springs 
James Ledgerwood 

Whitewater 



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Kenneth Leiker 
Sedgwick 

Brian LeMay 
Augusta 

Edythe Leslie 
Wichita 



Bradley Lewis 

Wichita 
Chuck Lewis 

Augusta 
Jane Lewis 

Eureka 



Lisa Lewis 

Wichita 
Tyress Lewis 

Wichita 
Kathryn Liggett 

El Dorado 

Kim Carpenter 



David Lindsey 

El Dorado 
Kelli Locke 

El Dorado 
Allison Loop 

Derby 
Kelly Lowmaster 

El Dorado 
Kevin Lowmaster 

El Dorado 
Darlene Lowther 

Leon 



Jeanne Luce 

Ei Dorado 
Tammy Luck 

El Dorado 
Patrick Mack 

Celina, Texas 
Ronald Macklin 

Wichita 
Rex Maggard 

Augusta 
Michael Malar) 

Augusta 

Terri Maness 

Augusta 
Mark Mann 

Augusta 
Diana Marlow 

Andover 
Steven Marten 

Great Bend 
Janice Martin 

Viola 
Jeffrey Martin 

Rose Hill 



Marcia Martin 

Wichita 
Owen Martin 

Ei Dorado 
Dan Mason 

El Dorado 
Steven Massey 

Topeka 
Andrew Massoth 

Greensburg 
Glenda Mastrangelo 

Augusta 




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Claude Matney 

Wichita 
Joyce Maus 

El Dorado 
Don May 

El Dorado 



Daniel McAllister 

Sedan 
David McBride 

Wichita 
Donald McCIain 

Wichita 



Carol McCormick 

Wichita 
James McCormick 

El Dorado 
Jon McCoy 

El Dorado 



Julie McCoy 

El Dorado 
Brenda McCulloch 

El Dorado 
Annette McCune 

Benton 
Kurt McCune 

Wichita 
Robert McDaniel 

Augusta 
Kristine McDonough 

El Dorado 

Sean McDonough 

Wichita 
Kim McDowell 
El Dorado 
Mike McGinnis 

Augusta 
Sheryl McGrath 

Burden 
Alicia McGuire 

Andover 
Jennifer McLaughlin 

El Dorado 



Jeff McClean 

Piedmont 
Louis McCIure 

El Dorado 
Sherry McMullen 

Eureka 
Jane McMurphy 

Rose Hill 
Annabel! Mead 

Andover 
Deborah Mead 

Andover 



Lorna Mead 

Leon 
Robert Meeks 

Augusta 
David Mellinger 

Valley Center 
Rhonda Metcalf 

Augusta 
Kathy Metz 

Wichita 
Kenneth Mewborn 

Junction City 



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Brett Meyers 

Newton 
Birtha Mibino 

El Dorado 
Betty Miller 

Douglass 
Stanford Miller 

Hesston 
Susan Miller 

El Dorado 
Jackie Dale Mitchell 

Potwin 

Iris Mock 

Eureka 
Kurt Mode 

Derby 
Mark Moomey 

Severy 
LaVina Moore 

Augusta 
Nancy Moore 

Wichita 
Shirley Moore 

E! Dorado 



Stephen Moore 

Augusta 
David Moravec 

Salina 
Hiroaki Morimoto 

Osaka, Japan 
Toni Ann Morland 

Whitewater 
Julia Mosier 

El Dorado 
Norman Mullins 

El Dorado 



Kevin Mulvaney 
El Dorado 
John Muncy 

El Dorado 
Leta Muncy 

El Dorado 
Debra Murphy 

Towanda 
Rosalind Mutty 

Wichita 
Janice Myers 

Derby 



Jeff Nachbor 

Conway Springs 
MD 2 Nasir 

Bangladesh 
David Navarro 

Wichita 



Ann Neault 

Wichita 
Alyson Neely 

El Dorado 
Dennis Nelson 

Pomona 



Beverly Nero 
El Dorado 

Tamela Nevins 
Towanda 

Deanna Newm 



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Dion Noblitt 

Wichita 
Jeffrey Noll 

Winchester 
Ambrose Odunze 

Amaigbo, Niger: 
Debra Ogletree 

Wichita 
William Olson 

Augusta 
Canice Onyegbule 

Nigeria 

Kyle Orndorff 

El Dorado 
Yolanda Orozco 

Benton 
Gayle Osborn 

Wichita 

Jay Osborne 

Nickerson 
Cara Ousler 

El Dorado 
Terry Paddock 

Rose Hill 



Kari Palmer 

Augusta 
Ken Palmer 

Wichita 
David Parker 

Kiowa 
Wanda Parker 

Wichita 
G.C.Patet 

El Dorado 
Katherine Patton 

El Dorado 



Brock Patterson 

Wichita 
Patty Patton 

El Dorado 
Dale Pauly 

Conway Springs 
Brenda Pearson 

Wichita 
Alicia Perez 

Augusta 
Mark Perisho 

El Dorado 



Tracy Peterson 

Clearwater 
Peggy Pickens 

Eureka 
Dave Pierce 

Estherville, Iowa 



Ron Pierce 

Augusta 
Ronalda Plummer 

E! Dorado 
Angela Pogue 

El Dorado 



Jeffery Polk 

Douglass 
Kristi Potter 

Whitewater 
Phrasan Powthong 

Wichita 



Don Weatherby And 
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Jamie Shirley 

Marion 
Ahsley Shreve 

Rose Hill 
Richard Siebert 

Marion 
Terrel Sigler 
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Eric Sims 

Muluane 
Thomas Sloan 

El Dorado 

Chad Smith 

Wichita 
Jerry. Smith 

Tucson. Ari20 
John Smith 

Clay Center 
Karen Smith 

Augusta 
Kathie Smith 

El Dorado 
Kemp Smith 

Augusta 



Rhonda Smith 

Wichita 
Randy Snider 

Eureka 
Ronald Snow 

Cassoday 
Lorissa Soloma 

El Dorado 
David Sooby 

Wichita 
Teresa Sooter 



Patricia Sorapu 



Julia Spiney 
El Dorado 
Karen Stafford 



Linda Steinhaue 

Rosalia 
Richard Stephar 

Rose Hill 
Ramona Steven; 

Rose Hill 
Ricky Stever 

Eureka 
Sandy Stokes 

Towanda 
Shelly Stone 

Wichita - 



Brad Story 

Mulvane 
Daryn Stroud 

El Dorado 
James Stufflebe 

Whitewater 
Shelly Stutesma 

Osage City 
Wishton Suarez 

Venezuela 
Teddy Sullivan 

Mulvane 



Donna Jo Swift 

Cassoday 
Tammy Swift 

Newton 
Victor Swift 

Dallas. Texas 
Chuck Tabor 

Augusta 
Rankin Taheer 

El Dorado 





Wendy Tannal 

Eureka 
Dan Taylor 

Douglass 
Greg Taylor 

Augusta 
Linda Terrone 

Wichita 
Tom Teuschei 

Wichita 
Earlene Thorn 

El Dorado 



Salina 
Dorothy The 

Towanda 
Ethel Thomp 

Towanda 



Augusta 
Stephen Tho 



Bertha Thome 

Wichita 
David Thurmai 

El Dorado 
Scotty Tiffany 

Wichita 
Arthur Tighe 

El Dorado 
Milton Tindle 

Fredonia 
Robert Tolley 

Benton 



Mark Torres 

Wichita 
Stephanie To 



Angelia Townso: 

Rose Hill 
Stephani Travnk 

El Dorado 



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Leona Tubbs 

El Dorado 
Velma Tubbs 

El Dorado 
Jamal Uddin 

Fein, Banglade 



Mellisa Unger 
Independence 

Ron Van Fleet 
El Dorado 

Larry Vaughn 
El Dorado 



Laura Vornes 

Augusta 
Kirby Waggoner 

El Dorado 
Shae Lynn Wakefield 

Douglass 



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El Dorado 
Robin WoK 

Burns 
Jamie Wolfe 

Wichita 
Brent Wolke 

Conway Springs 
Beverly Wood 

El Dorado 
Kevin Woods 

Emporia 



Kevin Worrell 

Leon 
Mark Wright 

Douglass 
Mary Wright 

Douglass 
Stan Wyatt 

Lost Springs 
Gina Yazzie 

Andover 
David Zaldivar 

Douglass 

Mahbug Zaman 

Bangladesh 
Mirega Zaman 

Wichita 
Chrissy Ziba 

Caldwell 
Candice Zollinger 

Andover 
Afsaro Zokaei 

Tehran, Iran 
Jala! Zokaeiyazdi 

Iran 




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SOPHOMORES 







Great Grizzly Graduates 



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Sophomore Enrollment Up 110 Per Cent 



Sophomore fall enrollment increased a total of 
110 percent from last year's figures with a total of 
1,008 students. Males made up 53 per cent of 
those attending. 

Two reasons for the increase in enrollment were 
ascribed to inflation and high unemployment in the 
area. 

Besides academics, students also enjoyed par- 
ticipation in extra curricular activities such as arts, 
athletics, band, journalism, music, student activity 
counsel, and theatre. 

President of SAC was sophomore Joe Linot; 
Leeanne Hillwig was secretary. 

The Delta Psi Omega sophomore officers were 
Pete Henderson, president; Peter Albright, vice- 



president; Harold Stewart, secretary-treasurer. 

The Delta Psi Epsilon Chi state president was 
Bob Longnecker. 

Sophomores in athletics who received awards 
or reocognition included Don Weatherby, first 
team all conference and MVP in offense; Curt 
Pruitt, first place fall Jayhawk Conference in golf. 

Sophomore members of the Kansas Association 
of Community College were Holly Allen, Paula 
Harms, David O'Donnell, Brian Lindsey, David 
Heinrich, Shelly Downey, and Dale Howell. 

Sophomore members of the Kansas Association 
of Community College band were Holly Allen, 
Paula Harms, David O'Donnell, Brian Lindsey, 
David Heinrich, Shelly Downey, and Dale Howell. 



Steve Adelson 

Augusta 
Robert Ades 

El Dorado 
Douglas Aeschliman 

Wichita 
Ralph Agudelo 

Venezuela 
Mitch Ahlefeld 

Wichita 
Peter Albright 

Augusta 

Christina Alfaro 

Augusta 
Holly Allen 

El Dorado 
Stephen Allison 

Augusta 
Joseph Amad 

Wichita 
Debbie Anderson 

El Dorado 
Jim Anderson 

El Dorado 



Kim Andrews 

El Dorado 
Muhammad Assad 

Wichita 
Martin Atherton 

El Dorado 
Kerri Atwood 

El Dorado 
Wayne Baker 

El Dorado 
James Balch 

El Dorado 

Jane Ballin 

Cambridge 
Allen Barber 

Topeka 
Joel Basinger 

Derby 
Roger Baughman 

El Dorado 
Julie Bayes 

Newton 
Larry Beashore 

Kansas City 



Dan Beaty 

Silver Lake 
Stephanie Beck 

El Dorado 
Jeff Becker 

El Dorado 
Felice Bender 

El Dorado 
Neal Bergkamp 

Sedgwick 
Butch Berry 

Wichita 




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Sophomores 




Derek Biby 

Burns 
Terry Bird 

Augusta 
Debbe Bishop 

Maize 
Sharon Blaylock 

El Dorado 
Dexter Bloodworth 

Erueka 
Joel Bond 

Augusta 



Kim Boone 

Toronto 
Chris Boyce 

Wichita 
Katherine Bradbury 

El Dorado 
Jill Braddy 

Douglass 
Cheryl Braden 

Augusta 
Vernon Branson 

Valley Center 

Ken Bratton 

Augusta 
Cliff Brazill 

Towanda 
Tony Brewester 

Sedan 
Karl Brinkmeyer 

El Dorado 
Brenda Browning 

Eureka 
Danny Bruch 

Lawrence 



Bob Brundege 

Towanda 
Linda Bryan 

El Dorado 
Janice Buchanan 

Wichita 
Vickie Bulling 

Wichita 
Patricia Burch 

Towanda 
Ed Burnett 

El Dorado 

Yong Man Byun 

El Dorado 
Tammy Cabrales 

El Dorado 
Marjorie Call 

El Dorado 
Lisa Campbell 

White City 
Cathy Cannady 

Augusta 
Jerome Carpenter 

El Dorado 



Mark Carroll 

Towanda 
Jane Carson 

El Dorado 
Steven Caskey 

Wichita 
Keith Cation 

Augusta 
Kevin Cation 

Augusta 
Harlan Caplin 

Eureka 



Michael Chilcott 

Atlanta 
Tanvir Chowohury 

Wichita 
Joe Christmon 

Kansas City 
Denise Claasen 

Whitewater 
Ruth Collins 

Atlanta 
Lori Cook 

El Dorado 



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Sharon Corbin 

El Dorado 
Lalna Corder 

Augusta 
Brian Coryell 

El Dorado 
Brent Cottrell 

Douglass 
Renae Cranston 

Wichita 
Julie Crawford 

Augusta 



Shelley Crawford 

El Dorado 
Melanie Crow 

Topeka 
Randy Crowley 

Mulvane 
Patrick Cubbage 

Burns 
Charles Curnutt 

El Dorado 
Brad Davenport 
El Dorado 



Tim Davis 

Burrton 
Joyce Davison 

Wichita 
Scott Day 

El Dorado 
Gracie Dean 

El Dorado 
Kim Dean 

El Dorado 
Ronald Dean 

Wichita 



Russell Denton 

Towanda 
Stan Diehl 

Rose Hill 
James Dlenst 

Benton 
Derek Dlllard 

Topeka 
Carlene Dillner 

Derby 
William Doornbos 

Wichita 



Michael L. Dowers 

Oxford 
Velda Draper 

Rose Hill 
Jack Dunsford 

Augusta 
Dennis Earll 

El Dorado 
Terry Edwards 

Coldwater 
John Egbo 

Wichita 



Alberta Ellis 

Wichita 
James Ely 
Topeka 
Allison Engler 

El Dorado 
Richard English 

Wichita 
Larry Erickson 

Augusta 
Moeta Escareno 

Eureka 



Tracy Eslinger 

Lawrence 
Lynne Esslinger 

Wichita 
Roy Everett 

Wichita 
Mitchell Fabry 

Topeka 
Andrea Fallon 

El Dorado 
Brock Faulkner 

El Dorado 




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Meade 
Barbara J. Finney 

Wichita 
Ray Finney 

Wichita 



Robert Fisher 

Rose Hill 
Henry Ford 

Scottsboro, Ala. 
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Douglass 









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El Dorado 
Terri Godding 

Augusta 
Jean Graham 

Whitewater 
Darrel Gray 

Augusta 
Kathy Gray 

El Dorado 
Byron Green 

Scottsboro, Ala. 

Charles Green 
Dee Ann Griffith 

Augusta 
Lee Ann Griffith 

Augusta 
Kathy Griggs 

El Dorado 
Mary Griggs 

El Dorado 
Anna Gudenkauf 

Augusta 



John Guinotte 

Chanute 
Timothy Guinotte 

Chanute 
Kemp Gutherie 

Eureka 
Troy Hagerman 

Wichita 
Jerri Haines 

El Dorado 
Ron Hallaux 

Towanda 



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Robert Longn* 

Mulvane 
Nancy Loucks 

Wichita 
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El Dorado 






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Susan Maack 

Andover 
Carol Macy 

El Dorado 
Traccy Maddux 

El Dorado 
Shirley Madison 

Wichita 
Bari Mahbabul 

Bangladesh 



Melody Malco 

El Dorado 
Dwight Marcu 

El Dorado 
Aqua Martin 

Wichita 
Kristi Martin 

El Dorado 




Sophomores 




Leon 
Judith Palmer 

Augusta 
Lori Ann Pain 

Augusta 
Angie Parker 

Potwin 



Julianna Penner 

Hillsboro 
David Pennington 

El Dorado 
Jerry Pennwel! 

El Dorado 
Tom Perkins 

Viola 
Randy Phares 

El Dorado 
James Phillips 

Overland Park 



Lois Pinkertc 
El Dora ' 



Jim Reeves 

El Dorado 
Darla Reimer 

Lebo 
Rick Remsberg 

Cassoday 
Vicki Rew 

Derby 
Tony Reynolds 

El Dorado 
Tammi Rhodej 

Argonia 



Rosemarie Ri- 

El Dorado 
Paul Ridder 

Augusta 
Mark Riffel 

i El Dorado 
Shirley Rineh, 

El Dorado 
Paula Riner 

Towanda 
Susan Roby 

Wichita 



David Rockhill 

El Dorado 
Rodger Charles 

Valley Cente: 
Cathy Rogers 

Wichita 
Edwina Rogers 

El Dorado 
Bruce Roll 

Leon 
Sam Ruggles 

El Dorado 



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Wichita 
Kenneth Williams 

El Dorado 
Marilyn Williams 

Wichita 
Susan Williams 

Eureka 

Randy WiUs 

Wichita 

Annie Wilson 

Leon 
Cheryl Wilson 

Eldorado 
John Wilson 

El Dorado 
Karla Wilson 

Augusta 
Mary Wilson 
El Dorado 
Gee Wright 

Kinloch, Missouri 



Alan Yock 

Wichita 
Zerynthia Zaire 

El Dorado 
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Eureka 




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Rene Alonzo 
El Dorado 

Larry Bailey 
El Dorado 



Nancy Barber 

Benton 
Bob Beckham 

El Dorado 



Floyd Bedigrew 

Toronto 
Steven Beeny 

Andover 



Rose Benner 

El Dorado 
Michelle Borman 

El Dorado 
Edward Brooks 

El Dorado 
Bo Buckner 

El Dorado 
Mike Burke 

Eureka 
Marjorie Burns 

El Dorado 

Bob Call 

El Dorado 
Doug Carlton 

El Dorado 
David Carroll 

Eureka 
Francis Chaplin 

Piedmont 
Frances Churchman 

El Dorado 
William Churchman 

El Dorado 



Special students are so called 
because the title includes a wide 
variety of students who are classi- 
fied as neither freshmen nor 
sophomores. 

They are high school students, 
working people, housewives, and 
people who have already earned 
degrees. 

Since BCCC offers classes in 
many areas. Some students who 
have earned degrees have come 
back for more education. None of 
these students are full-time. 
Don Weatherby 




100 




Angela Clark 
El Dorado 

Danny Coble 
Severy 

Myrtle Costello 
Wichita 



Carl Cox 

Eureka 
Todd Crisler 

Towanda 
Jean Darnell 

El Dorado 



Marvin Davis 
Towanda 

Brad Demler 
Eureka 

Jerry DeWitt 
El Dorado 



Shelly Downey 
Valley Center 

Renee Dunbar 
El Dorado 

Kelly Evenson 
Eureka 



John Fahler 
El Dorado 

David Fuller 
El Dorado 

Richard Glaves 
Leon 



Mark Green 
El Dorado 

Steven Green 
Towanda 

Debbie Greer 
El Dorado 



Chris Grisham 

El Dorado 
Roscoe Gulick 

Toronto 
Ken Guthrie 

Towanda 
Amy Handley 

Wichita 
Matthew Hadley 

Towanda 
Ricky Hanson 

Eureka 



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Jeff Hanson 

Wichita 
Ben Harrell 

Eureka 
Margie Hayes 

E! Dorado 
Martha Henn 

Leon 
Steven Hicks 

El Dorado 
Tracy Higgins 

Ei Dorado 



Hope Holem-Morris 

Wichita 
Bonnie Jo Hoskinson 

Augusta 
Charlotte Hoy 
Cassoday 
Jeffrey Johnson 

Derby 
Terry Jones 

El Dorado 
Paul Kieler 

El Dorado 



Jim Kiker 

Wichita 
Jackie Lagree 

El Dorado 
Patricia Lang 

El Dorado 
James Lawrence 

Eureka 
Michael Lawrence 

Toronto 
Donna Lewis 

El Dorado 



Norma Logsdan 
El Dorado 
Roger Lowe 
Eureka 



Beverly Love 
El Dorado 

Alan Malone 
Andover 



Tim McCune 

Douglass 
Harold McLean 

Piedmont 



Johnny Moore 

El Dorado 
Joseph Moreland 

El Dorado 



Julie Rierson 




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Glenda Morgan 

El Dorado 
Kasey Neighbors 

Eureka 



Vicki Nelson 
El Dorado 

Marilyn Newton 
El Dorado 



Ron Neugebauer 

Wichita 
Phil Nichols 

Eureka 



Eugene Pascal 

Benton 
Monty Peck 

Towanda 



Dale Schimpf 

Travis Prultt 

Eureka 
Troy Randall 

Cassoday 
Larry Rhea 

El Dorado 
Eric Ruge 

Eureka 
David Rush 

El Dorado 
Jerry Samuels 

Eureka 



Brant Sawdy 

Andover 
Vernard Schmale 

Wichita 
Jane Scott 

Whitewater 
Kevin Sears 

Eureka 
Glenda Shain 

El Dorado 
Steven Shepard 

Towanda 



Marguerite Snaza-Alexis 

Whitewater 
Don Snellen 

Derby 
Tim Soule 

Eureka 
Donald Soule 

Eureka 
Carol Stackley 

Burns 
Debra Stepharts 

Benton 



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Linda Stras 

Whitewater 
Mike Thornton 

Eureka 
Vines Travniehek 

El Dorado 
Ronni Vaughan 

'J Dorado 
David Wilson 

E! Dorado 
Frank Wise 

Et Dorado 



Arthur Woods 

Wichita 
Troy Yoder 

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Susan Ziernan 

Ei Dorado 
Richard Zimm 

El Dorado 
Susan Zimmerman 

El Dorado 
Brenda Zwahl 

Augusta 





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2nd Term Tallies Up 

Second semester enrollment at the college recorded an 
estimated 20 percent leap over the spring semester of last 
year commented Everette Kohls, registrar. The total number 
of students enrolled reached an astounding 32oo plus. 

Kohls said that unofficially the spring enrollment accounted 
for a nine per cent increase over the fall semester. Spring 
enrollment is the "big time" for Butler County in the past two 
years. 

Butler County Community College students were enrolled 
in 17,000 on campus hours and, 8,000 off campus hours 
according to Kohls. 

Persons pictured in the second semester section of the 
book either enrolled second semester or did not get their 
photos taken first semester. 



Tammie Acousta 

Wichita 
Debra Adams 

Rose Hill 
Kenneth Adams 

El Dorado 
Myrtle Adams 

Wichita 
Badsha Alam 

Bangladesh 
Al Alfonso 

Wichita 



Greg Allen 

Derby 
Kathy Allen 

Wichita 
Arno Altman 

Wichita 
Angela Alvarez 

Lost Springs 
Lyle Ames 

El Dorado 

Martin Amosson 

El Dorado 



Penny Anthony 

El Dorado 
Charles Appleman 

Augusta 
Leonardo Arias 

Venezuela 
Glenda Armour 

El Dorado 
Andrea Armstrong 

Valley Center 
Olivia Armstrong 
Haysville 

Tom Arnall 

El Dorado 
Louis Arvieux 

El Dorado 
Abul Azad 

Bangladesh 
Greg Baba 

Wichita 
Wesley Baba 

Wichita 
Shelley Banks 

El Dorado 



Kelly Barnhill 

El Dorado 
Carta Barrier 

El Dorado 
Barbara Beasley 

Wichita 
Amy Becker 

El Dorado 
Mary Beckham 

Rose Hill 
Maria Bermudez 

Venezuela 




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Freshmen 




Nestor Bermudez 

Venezuela 
Stephanie Bibb 

Augusta 
Norman Bilson 

El Dorado 
Lori Blake 

El Dorado 
John Blowers 

Augusta 
Cecelia Bollig 

Rose Hill 

Michael Booth 

Towanda 
Eleonora Bracho 

Venezuela 
Labomie Braide 

Nigeria 
Ruth Brand 

El Dorado 
Donna Brightup 

Towanda 
Gary Brown 

Wichita 



Tracy Broyles 

Augusta 
Beth Bryan 

El Dorado 
Judith Buchanan 

Towanda 
Maggie Bullock 

Rosalia 
Wilfreda Burnett 

El Dorado 
Alan Busse 

El Dorado 



Tracy Busse 

El Dorado 
Debra Cahall 

Wichita 
Patricia Caldarera 

Augusta 
Loren Campbell 

Eureka 
Gina Canidy 
El Dorado 
Martin Chadwick 
El Dorado 

Marsha Cheever 

Wichita 
Kirk Cleveland 

Towanda 
Terry Clofton 

Eureka 
Michael Coats 

Potwin 
Vickie Jo Collins 

El Dorado 
Raymond Cooper 

El Dorado 



Randel countryman 

El Dorado 
Frances Crank 

El Dorado 
Janice Cross 

El Dorado 
Kevin Cross 

El Dorado 
Kelly Cummings 

Derby 
Pat Cummings 

Eureka 



Douglas Cusick 

Marion 
Joan Dains 

Augusta 
David Damron 

Leon 
Bill Davison 

Wichita 
Dale Devlin 

Wichita 
Dana DeWitt 

Augusta 



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Freshmen 



Mary Doane 

Severy 
Stephen Dockers 

El Dorado 
Marilyn Dove 

El Dorado 
Raul Duno 

Venezuela 
Lisa Ehrmann 

Wichita 
Max Etape 

Cameron 



Houssam Etdeem 

El Dorado 
Terry Elliott 

El Dorado 
Kim Emmons 

Latham 
Eunice Faulconer 

El Dorado 
Richard Ferran 

El Dorado 
Janet Fiscus 

Benton 



Danny Fistler 

El dorado 
Sharon Forreter 

Augusta 
Michele Fowler 

El Dorado 
Bill Friend 

El Dorado 
James Fulkerson 

Andover 
Vicki Fuller 
Towanda 



Ruth Galloway 

Benton 
Paulette Garland 

El Dorado 
Shawn Garrlott 

Emporia 
Brian Gaudet 

Rose Hill 
Paul Geeding 

Wichita 
Shana Glnest 

Wichita 

Nan Gray 

El Dorado 
Leland Green 

El Dorado 
Todd Griggs 

Augusta 
Spencer Guoladdle' 

Wichita 
Lea Guy 

Leon 
Scott Hildreth 

Towanda 



Sherry Hall 

Towanda 
Barbara Henman 

El Dorado 
Lisa Hanson 

El Dorado 
Theresa Hollis 

Augusta 
Mary Herrman 

El Dorado 
Teresa Hancock 

Andover 



Nancye Hamblin 

Andover 
Bennie Herring 

Wichita' 
Richard Holm 

Peabody 
Douglas Harland 

Wichita 
Cindy Heyland 

Wichita 
Lonna Harding 

Augusta 




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Judith Herrman 

Augusta 
Todd Hedgespeth 

Princeton 
Mark Inkelaak 

Douglass 
Jerry Jackie 

Douglass 
Gregg Jones 

Douglass 
Kevin Jones 

El Dorado 



Carol Kadel 

Wichita 
Rory Kenneson 

El Dorado 
Steve King 

Augusta 
Susan Kiser 

Rose Hill 
Simon Kozario 

Bangladesh 



Gene Koth 

Conway Springs 
Charles Kramer 

Benton 
Gerald Kruger 

Topeka 
Debra Lamb 

Towanda 
Sue Learmont 
Clearwater 
Charles Lewis 

Augusta 
Mark Lewis 

El Dorado 



Alice Linson 
Augusta 

Phillip Long 
El Dorado 



Gene Longwell 

Wichita 
Kevin Loyd 

Wichita 



Eteabeh Lynch 

Wichita 
Michael Maier 

Augusta 



John Mainzer 

Wichita 
Cynthia Marsh 

El Dorado 



Janet Robinson 
Scott Forrester 



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Diana i»iou 

Augusta 

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Earl Teetzel 

El Dorado 
Debra Tctcr 

Burns 
Cheryl Thorn; 

El Dorado 
Tony Thomas 

El Dorado 
Milton Tindle 

Fredonia 
Kenny Traylo: 

Towanda 



Benedu Ude 

Oligeria 
Saadi Ullah 



Wichita 
Bryan Visor 
Augusta 
Anita Voth 

El Dorado 
Pat Voth 

El Dorado 
Tammy Walkei 

El Dorado 
Wanda Walker 

El Dorado 

Janet Ward 

El Dorado 
Teresa Ward 

El Dorado 
Cynthia Warrer 

El Dorado 
Teresa Wert 

Potwin 
Rusty Westfall 

Mulvane 

Cinda White 

Wichita 



Darl Wolf 
El Dorado 

Brad Young 
Augusta 

Catherine Young 
Augusta 

Elizabeth Young 
El Dorado 

Teresa Yousefi 
El Dorado 

Mark Zink 

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Mick Robinson, Ricardo Reed, Ronald Dean and Donald Herron relax in the student union between classes. 




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Pamela Armstrong 

Wichita 
James Ashlock 

El Dorado 

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Michelle Berman 

El Dorado 
Jennifer Bertels 

Wichita 



Elizabeth Boardman 

El Dorado 
Cyril Boboye 

Wichita 
Stephanie Brooks 

Haysville 
Kathy Burton 

El Dorado 



El Dorado 

Mark Car — 

El Dorado 

Rhoda Caffman 
El Dorado 



Wichita 
Walter Davenport 

El Dorado 
Sharon Decker 

El Dorado 
Steven Dettwiler 

Augusta 
Catherine Drumm 

Wichita . 

Lee Dudick 

Wilkes-Barre, PA 
Mary Duncan 

Topeka 
John Egbo 

Nigeria 
Marietta Factor . 

Mulvane 
Tim Fitzgerald 

El Dorado 
Tim Franta 



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Walter Anderson 

Derby 
John Baker 

Andover 
Michael Brinkmeyer 

El Dorado 
Jaime Brown 

Wichita 
Seth Brown 

Towanda 
Ted Carter 

H Dorado 

Doug Cation 

Augusta 
Mary Chambers 

El Dorado 
Rick Chase 

Augusta 
David Clay 

Andover 
Carol Cronk 

Rosalia 
Geralyn Daugherty 

El Dorado 



Dean Edward 

Augusta 
Bob Foulk 

Potwin 
Terri Fowler 

El Dorado 
Judy Fox 

El Dorado 
Donna Goulette 

Wichita 
Michael Green 

Towanda 

Brian Gudenkauf 

Wichita 
Benjamin Harreil 

Eureka 
Jim Higgins 

Douglass 
Sally Hombeck 

Wichita 
John Jaworsky 

El Dorado 
Jolyn Kennedy 

El Dorado 

Angela Kuttler 

El Dorado 
Larry Ludewick 

El Dorado 
Shahariar Mahmu< 

Bangladesh 
Darrin May 

El Dorado 
David May 

El Dorado 
Kevin McAllister 

Towanda 

Steve Place 

El Dorado 
George Ramsey 

Eureka 
Roger Self 

El Dorado 
Tammyra Swift 

El Dorado 
Mary Taylor 

Augusta 
Ernest Thompson 

Udall 



Scott Vosburg 
El Dorado 

Heidi Voth 
El Dorado 

Martha Winn 
Wichita 

Mike Wurtz 
El Dorado 




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Fees Are Raised 



The Board of Trustees, policy-makers for the 
school, voted an increase in students fees, dormi- 
tory fees, and meal ticket fees for the fall, 1983 
semester. 

Statewide attention was focused on Butler in 
November when it was announced that the first 
year football coach had been fired. The Board 
quickly met and announced its vote to keep the 
coach another year. 

The Trustees also voted to keep Carl Heinrich 
as president for another year without salary in- 
crease. 

Authorization by the Board for plan drawings 
for a new gymnasium addition was an item of 
interest to both students and taxpayers. 




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BOARD OF TRUSTEE MEMBERS gather in the Board Room of the Administration 
Building for a monthly meeting. They are (from left) Greg Mathias, Wayne Matlock, 
Eugene Fisher, Keith Martin (chairman), Thomas Wilkinson, James Hittle, and President 
Heinrich. 




Administrators 
Are Changed 

New administrators on the campus this 
year included Phil Arnold, dean of finace 
and operations, and Ted Albright, director 
of buildings and grounds. 

Other administrative changes were made 
with Curt Shipley moving to the directorship 
of the social science division from the athle- 
tic director's post. Phil Anderson moved into 
the AD's slot from being the assistant to the 
director of student services. 

Dr. Larry Devane, former dean, was 
named vice-president of the college, which 
places him in college command in the ab- 
sence of President Carl Heinrich. 



Phil Arnold, Dean 
Finance/Operations 



Dr. Larry Devane, Vice-President, De- 
velopment, Instructional Services 




Phil Anderson 
Athletics Director 

Patricia Bayles 
Nursing Director 

Joy Choens 
CRC Coordinator 

Howard Clements 

Business & Industrial Chairman 



Mary Grant 
CIS Coordinator 

Sandra Howard 
Endowment Director 

Ev Kohls 
Admissions Director 

Gayle Krause 

Math & Science Chairman 



Jean Pummer 

Public Information Director 

Curt Shipley 

Behavioral, Social Recreation 

Sciences Chairman 

Dr. Don Toburen 
Humanities Chairman 

Dr. Frank Veeman 
Continuing Education Director 




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Ted Albright 

Building & Grounds Director 



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Faculty Grows 

Approximately 77 full-time contract teachers 
taught on the Butler campus and at outreach 
points including McConnell Air Base this year. 
These instructors were supplemented by al- 
most twice that number of part-time instruc- 
tors. 

Six new nursing instructors who are women 
swelled the number of women instructors who 
were outnumbered by men by a more than two 
to one ratio. 

Five division chairpersons direct the instruc- 
tional personnel, and they also teach on a re- 
dued load basis. 

Two full-time faculty members were on sab- 
batical leave. 

Several of the "part-time" instructors taught 
full loads and overloads. 















Vickie Cochrane 



Felix Adams 

Social Science Instructor/Golf Coach 

John Anderson 
Automotive Technology 

Ray Alcorn 
Custodian 

Burl Arbogast 
Electronics & Electricity 



Karla Arnall 

Secretary, Buildings & Grounds 

Gene Arnold 

P. E. /Industrial Arts Instructor & Basketball 

Coach 

Norma Corder 

Secretary, Continuing Education 

Sue Beattie 
Instructor, CIS 



David Bennett 
Groundskeeper 

Mike Blaine 
Social Science 

Victor Bland 
Counselor /Placement 

Larry Bonura 

Journalism & Photography 



L.J. Brinkmeyer 
Data Processing 
James Brookover 
Agriculture 

Barbara Carroll 
Nursing 

Robert Chism 
Art 




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Vicki Cochrane 
Paraprofessional 

Nancy Collins 

Secretary, Athletic Director 



Pat Couger 
Mathematics 

Laura Dargitz 

Secretary, Counseling Center 



Paul Dashner 
Head Custodian 

John De Socio 

Video Producer/Director 



Ethel Dunsmoor 

Secretary, Public Information 

Jim Edwards 
Marketing 

Patty Emmerich 
Social Science 

Daniel Ensz 
Agriculture 



Roland Ensz 
Social Science 

Darrel Erikson 
Business Administration 

Glenda Fisher 
Manager, Bookstore 

John Francis 

P. E. /Track Coach 



Larry Friesen 

Mathematics & Physical Science 

Charles Fuller 
Biological Science 

Susan Gilliland 
Secretary, Vice-President 

Ken Goering 
Auto Body 






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Faculty Staff 



Susan Gordon 
English 

Steve Goldsmith 
Custodian 



Ali Hamrah 
Manager, Cafeteria 

Ann Hamrah 
Instructor, CIS 



Glenda Harmon 

Secretary, Admissions & Records 

Leslie Harvey 
Coordinator, Audio Visual 



Clyde Hiebert 
Physical Science 

Cordelia Holem 
English 

Cindy Hoss 
Speech & English 

Oliver Isom 

Social Science Instructor & Cross Country 

Coach 



Janice Jones 
Nursing 

Rosemary Kelly 
Library Assistant 

Tonya Kerschner 

Biology, Basketball & Track Coach 

Carol Klein 

Coordinator, Secretarial Production Center 



Karla Knaussman 
Instructor, CIS 

Pat Lowrance 
Speech 

John Lay 
Social Science 

David Longfellow 
English & Literature 




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Laura Dargitz 




Shirley Longfellow 
Office Education 

Lori Madison 

Secretary, Admissions & Records 



Jeanette Malone 

P.E. & Director of Intramural Sports 

Amos Marsh 

Mathematics & Physical Science 



Marge Marsh 
Music 

Elmo Nash 
Mathematics 

James Ohl 
Drafting & Related 

David Panton 
Data Processing 



Larry Peters 
Speech & Theatre 

Bob Peterson 

English, Speech, Theatre 

Wilfred Pettus 
Physical Science 

Linda Pohly 
Music 



Louise Prigmore 
CIS 

Betty Prohodsky 
English & Literature 

Hugh Richardson 
Librarian 

Jo Rogers 

English, Literature & Yearbook 



Debra Sawtelle 

P.E., Volleyball & Softball Coach 

Ron Seager 

Office Education & Accounting 

Roy Seymour 
Custodian 

Mike Shirkey 
Data Processing 



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Vic Bland And Bill Trent 



Curt Sommers 
Carpentry 

Sonja Sommers 
Paraprofessional CIS 

Sue Sommers 
Coordinator, Child Care 

Judy Strain 

Social Science & Counselor 



Chris Swilley 

Coordinator, Financial Records 

Mary Townsend 
Nursing 

Phil Theis 
Biological Science 

Bill Trent 
Director, Guidance 



Echo Waldby 
Nursing 

Marie Waltman 
Library Assistant 

Pamela Whitaker 

Operator, Data Processing Center 

Kathryn Brooks 

Augusta Coordinator, CRC 



Sue Choens 
Paraprofessional, CRC 

Maxine Holmes 

Eureka Coordinator, CRC 

Genny Pletcher 
Secretary, Secretarial 






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ROY SEYMOUR, a popular campus employee 
for 17 years, is retiring this year. Even though 
he officially goes to work at 3 p.m., you cannot 
set your watch by him because he often arrives 
early. 




Roy, Long-Time Custodian To Retire 



Friend to everyone on the campus, Roy Seymour will 
leave his custodian post when he retires in July. For seven- 
teen years he has been more popular than a candy store 
owner with faculty and students alike. 

Roy stepped down from his post as head custodian this 
year but continued to maintain the Library building in its 
usual immaculate style. Roy does not want to retire but is 
forced to do so because he is past 70 years of age. 

Through the years, journalism students developed a spe- 
cial kinship with Roy and vice versa because he was always 
around and would drop in for a chat during the many late 
night hours when the students were working on deadlines for 
the paper or yearbook. 

Roy loathed litter but gracefully suffered the agony of 
defeat when it came to Bill Bidwell and Jo Rogers and their 
paper, magazine, and book strewn journalism quarters. He 



would come into their rooms laced with determination to 
have a showdown about the "junk" but would usually end up 
sharing a cigarette and a good laugh with them. 

Roy feels close to the campus because he helped move the 
college from the old location to its present campus. He 
remembers when the parking lots were mudholes and how 
the first floor of the Library was originally designed to be the 
Student Union. 

After the journalism people moved into the new 100 
building, Roy claimed things were dull in the Library and that 
he missed the journalists, a statement that could be interpret- 
ed to mean that he enjoyed mopping up spilled coffee and 
listening to high decibel music and primal screams. 

Roy enjoys the energy of youth and observes the lessons 
they teach. 



Greg Maus 

El Dorado 
James McCaffree 

El Dorado 
James McCauley 

El Dorado 
Jeff McCullough 

Junction City 
Michael McCune 

Douglas 
Diane McDonough 

El Dorado 



Mike McDonough 

El Dorado 
Michael McGovern 

Andover 
Cindy McGraw 

El Dorado 
Michael Mclnerney 

Fredonia 
Patricia McKinney 

Augusta 
Monte McKee 

Mulvane 

Nancy McNabb 

Wichita 
Sharon McVicar 

Sedgwick 
Kathy Mehaffey 

El Dorado 
John Mellies 

Atlanta 
Jeff Meyer 

El Dorado 
Delbert Milbourn 

Augusta 



James Miller 

Wichita 
Douglas Mitchell 

El Dorado 
Reva Moore 

Eureka 
Michael Morland 

Whitewater 
Cary Morris 

El Dorado 
Keith Morton 

Derby 

Tim Morton 

El Dorado 
Jason Mueller 

Topeka 
Jodee Murphy 

Wichita 
Stuart Nattier 

Newton 
Karen Naugle 

Latham 
Janelle Nelson 

El Dorado 



Sandra Nesler 

Augusta 
Doug Neufeld 

Andover 
Tong Nguyen 

El Dorado 
Michelle Nolan 

El Dorado 
Aziz Nur 

Dacca, Bangladesh 
Donald Nunnold 

Augusta 



Frederick Oberlechner 

Wichita 
John Oberlechner 

Wichita 
David O'Donnell 

Wichita 
Cheryl Orr 

Wichita 
Narressia Osborn 

Eureka 
Nancy Ott 

Wichita 




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Great 
Moments . . 

Great moments for the students 
during a college year are not neces- 
sarily momentous times. Some- 
times great moments are just the 
little things in life that give plea- 
sure. Having their great moments 
are: Henry Ford slam-dunking, 
Stacy Evans trying to roller skate 
with the help of Sean Wallace, and 
the football team having 'June in 
January" at a basketball game. In 
this the year of the great recession, 
Butler students found their plea- 
sures in the simple and inexpensive 
great moments. 





Acknowledgments 



Dillard 



This year was one of changes put into effect. First-time workers took over 
new jobs as did veteran employees. Last year's changing times made this year 
interesting and unique. 

We hope the year was successful for you and hope you will treasure the 
memory of it for years to come. 

Most of all, we hope this yearbook will serve as a tool to help you 
remember 1982-83: the sad moments, the happy moments, the fun mo- 
ments, and especially, the great moments. 




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Photographs 

(By Contributors 

Jim Keesling 
Lesmes Broada 
Larry Erickson 
Don Gilliland 



(By Contributors) 

Kelly Edwards 
Lee White 



The Grizzly Staff 



Editor Derek Dillard 

Layout Editor Don Argo 

Photo Editor Roger Joyce 

Staff Members Elizabeth Cott 

Lee Dudick 

Darren White 

Maia Harms 

David Hinz 

John Kenemer 

Terri Fowler 

Kathy Kuntz 

Martin West 

Twila Wilson 

Secretary Janelle Banz 

Adviser Jo Rogers 



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Index 



Acosta, Tammle, 106 
Adair, Brett 66 
Adams, Debra 106 
Adams, Kenneth 106 
Adams, Myrtle 106 
Adelson, Steve 88 
Ades, Robert 88 
Adkins, William 66 
Adlesperger, Sherri 66 
Aeschliman, Douglas 88 
Aqudelo, Ralph 88 
Ahlefeld, Mitch 88 
Alam, MD Badsha 106 
Albertson, Doris 66 
Albright, Peter 88 
Albright, Richard 66 
Alcorn, Ray 120 
Alexander, Diane 22, 66 
Alfaro, Christina 45, 88 
Alfonso, Al 106 
Allen, Garlis 9, 66 
Allen, Greg 106, 27 
Allen, Holly 88, 41, 40 
Allen, Kathy 106 
Alley, John 66 
Allison, Stephen 88 
Allmond, Mace 66 
Almire, Brad 113 
Alonso, Jackie 55, 66 
Alonzo, Renee 55, 66, 100 
Alpers, Rebecca 24, 66, 67, 26 
Alvarez, Angela 106 
Amadi, Joseph 88 
Ames, Lyle 106 
Ammons, Theondrea 66 
Amosson, Kelly 66 
Amosson, Martin 106 
Anderson, Debbie 44, 88 
Anderson, Jim 88 
Anderson, Michele 66 
Anderson, Phil 91 
Anderson, Mark 66 
Anderson, Walter 116 
Andrews, Kim 88 
Anthony, Angela 66 
Anthony, Penny 106 
Appleman, Charles 106 
Arbogast, Burl 120 
Argo, Don 66 
Aries, Leonardo 106 
Armour, Glenda 106 
Armstrong, Andrea 106 
Armstrong, Olivia 106 
Armstrong, Pamela 113 
Arnall, Karla 120 
Arnall, Tom 106 
Arnold, Gene 27 
Arvietrx, Louis 106 
Ash, Trls 66 
Ashlock, James 113 
Assad, Muhammad 88 
Atherton, Martin 88 
Atwood, Kerri 88 
Atwood, Shannon 66 
Aukofer, Joy 66 
Autry, Deena 66 
Azad, MD Abul 66, 106 

•B- 

Baba, Greg 106 

Baba, Wesley 106 

Bailey, Larry 100 

Bailey, Laura 66 

Baker, Douglas 66 

Baker, John 116 

Baker, John 66 

Baker, Joni 66 

Baker, Susan 66 

Baker, Theressie 113 

Bak->r, Wayne 88 

Balch, James 88 

Balch, Jean Marie 66 

Balch, Jodi 66 

Ball, Donna 67 

Ball, Glen 67 

Ball, James 67 

Ball, Tim 

Ballew, Penny 67 

Ballin, Lydia 88 

Balzer, Mike 67 

Balzer, Milton 64, 67 

Balzer, Morey 43, 64, 67 

Banks, Shelly 106 

Banz, Janelle 22, 23, 59, 67 

Barber, Allen 88 

Barber, Nancy 100 

Barker, Carolyn 

Barnes, Dorothy 67 

Barnes, Theopolis 67 

Barnett, Becky 22, 67 

Barnhill, Kelly 106 

Barrier, Carta 106 

Barrier, Frances 67 

Barry, Kenneth 67 

Basinger, Joel 88 

Bass, Norma 67 

Bauer, Donald 67 

Bauer, Patrick 67 

Baugh, Jane 67 

Baughman, Roger 88 

Bayes, Julie 88 



Bean, Jody 67 
Beashore, Larry 88 
Beasley, Barbara 106 
Beattie, Sue 120 
Beaty, Dan 88 
Beck, Stephanie 88 
Becker, Amy 106 
Becker, Jeff 43, 48, 88 
Beckham, Bob 100 
Beckham, Mary 106 
Bedigrew, Floyd 100 
Bedigrew, Janelle 67 
Beeny, Mary 67 
Beeny, Steven 100 
Bell, WUma 67 
Bender, Felice 88 
Bender, Rhonda 67 
Benner, Rose 100 
Bennett, David 120 
Bennet, Jacqueline 67, 53 
Bennington, Mary Ann 67 
Benton, Mitchell 67 
Berenson, Mark 67 
Bergen, Myron 67 
Bergkamp, Neal 88, 40 
Bermudez, Maria 106 
Bermudez, Nestor 107 
Bernhard, Elizabeth 67 
Berry, Butch 88, 27, 28 
Bertels, Jennifer 113 
Bess, James 67 
Bevan, Karen 67 
Beye, Elwyn 68 
Bibb, Stephanie 107 
Biby, Derek 89 
Biddlecome, Mike 68 
Biggerstaff, Roland 68 
Billings, Ken 68 
Bilson, Norman 107 
Bird, Terry 89 
Bird well, Chris 68 
Bichop, Debbe 22, 89 
Blaine, Charlene 68 
Blaine, Mike 120 
Blake, Kimberly 68 
Blake, Lori 107 
Bland, Victor 120 
Blank, Krtstine 68, 41, 40 
Blanken, Robeit 68 
Blaylock, Sharon 89 
Bloodworth, Dexter 89 
Blowers, John 107 
Blubaugh, Randall 68 
Boardman, Elizabeth 113 
Boboye, Cyril 113 
Boehme, Andy 68 
Boese, Mary 68 
Bohannon, Janet 68 
Boely, Faye 68 
Bollig, Cecilia 107 
Bond, Joel 89 
Bonura, Larry 56 
Bookout, Mary Ann 68 
Boone, Kim 89 
Booth, Michael 107 
Borg, Dale 68 
Borman, Michelle 100 
Bowman, Beverly 68 
Boxeil, Sheryl 68, 52 
Boyce, Chris 89 
Boyce, Jamie 68 
Bracho, Eleonora 107 
Brackhahn, Jim 68 
Bradbury, Katherine 89 
Braddy, Jill 89 
Braden, Cheryl 89 
Braide, Labomie 107 
Brand, Ruth 107 
Branson, Vernon 89 
Bratton, Ken 89 
Brazill, Cliff 89 
Brewster, Tony 
Brlghrup, Donna 107 
Brinkmeyer, Karl 89 
Brinkmeyer, L.J. 120 
Brinkmeyer, Michael 116 
Brinkmeyer, Tony 89 
Brookover, James 38, 
Brooks, Edward 100 
Brooks, Kathryn 
Brooks, Stephanie 113 
Broomes, Eula Ann 68 
Browz, Mark 68 
Brothers, Eddie 68 
Brown, Connie 68 
Brown, Gary 107 
Brown, Jamie 116 
Brown, Janice 68, 40 
Brown, Patty 68 
Brown, Seth 116 
Browning, Brenda 
Broyles, Tracy 107 
Bruch, Danny 89 
Brudege, Bob 89 
Bryan, Beth 107 
Bryan, Linda 89 
Bryant, Carrie 68 
Buchanan, Janice 89 
Buchanan, Judith 107 
Buckner, Bo 100 
Bulling, Vickie 89 
Bullock, Brenda 68 
Bullock, Maggie 107 
Bunner, Robert 68 



Burch, Patricia 89 
Burger, Judy 68 
Burke, Mike 100 
Burkes, Brad 25, 68 
Burnett, Ed 89 
Burnett, Ron 68 
Burnett, Wilfreda 107 
Burns, Marjorie 100 
Burtchet, Judith 68 
Burtin, Lynda 68 
Burton, Kathy 113 
Bush, James 68 
Buss, Michael 68 
Busse, Alan 107 
Busse, Tracy 107 
Butts, Teresa 68 
Byun, Chung Hee 68 
Byun, Yong Man 89 



Cabodie, Kimberly 69 
Cabrales, Tammy 89 
Cagle, Sheila 69 
Cahall, Debra 107 
Cain, Scott 69 
Caldarera, Patricia 107 
Call, Bob 100 
Call, Marjorie 89 
Callender, Renee 69 
Calvin, Randal! 69 
Campbell, Lisa 89 
Campbell, Loren 107 
Canidy, Gina 107 
Cannady, Cathy 89 
Cannady, Michael 113 
Cannady, Traci 69 
Carlson, Lynne 69 
Carlton, Doug 100 
Carmack, Gregory 69 
Carney, Duane 69 
Carpenter, Jerome 89 
Carpenter, Kimberly 9, 69, 76 
Carr, Barry 69 
Carr, Julia 69 
Carroll, David 100 
Carroll, Mark 89 
Carson, Jane 89 
Carson, Mark 
Carter, Dora 69 
Carter, Ted 116 
Carver, Bob 69 
Caskey, Steven 89 
Castillo, Becky 69 
Cation, Doug 116 
Cation, Keith 89 
Cation, Kevin 89 
Caudle, Marjorie 69 
Cervantes, Karen 69 
Chadwick, Angela 69 
Chadwiek, Martin 107 
Chamberlain, Richard 69 
Champbers, Mary 116 
Chaplin, Francis 100 
Chaplin, Harlan 89 
Chalres, Rodger 
Chase, Rick 116 
Chatman, Theresa 69 
Chea, Yeang 69 
Cheever, Marsha 107 
Chtlcott, Michael 89 
Chism, Robert 12C 
Choens, Joy 121 
Choens, Sue 121 
Chowohuru, Tanvlr 89 
Christensen, Jeffery 69 
Christmon, Joe 89 
Church, Bobby 48, 69 
Churchman, Frances 100 
Churchman, William 100 
Claasen, Denise 89 
Clark, Alice 69 
Clark, Angela 101 
Clark, Dennis 69 
Clark, Mike 69 
Clay, David 116 
Clayton, Barbara 69 
Clear, Dorothy 69 
Cleeton, Tony 69 
Clements. Howard 121 
Clements, Jim 69 
Cleveland, Kirk 107 
Clopton, Terry 107 
Clutts, Carl 69 
Coats, Michael 107 
Coats, Thomas 69 
Coble, Danny 101 
Coble, David 69 
Cochran, Kent 69 
Cochrane, Vickie 121 
Cody, Dale 69 
Coffman, Rhoda 
Colangelo, Joseph 43, 69 
Colbert, Jesse 69 
Cole. Daniel 
Cole, Derek 69 
Collins, Jim 69 
Collins, Karen 69 
Collins, Ruth 89 
Collins, Vickie 107 
Colon, Kevin 12, 6S 
Coloney, Linda 69 
Collwell, Kay 69 
Cook, Lori 89 



Cooper, Chris 55, 69 

Cooper, Raymond 69, 107 

Coots, Sharon 69 

Corbin, Lisa 70 

Corbln. Sharon 90 

Corder, Laina 7, 9, 90, 94 

Corder, Norma 120 

Coryell, Brian 90 

Costello, Myrtle 101 

Cotton, Bill 70 

Cottrell, Bonnie 70 

Cottrell, Brent 

Couger, Pat 121 

Countryman, Randel 107 

Cox, Carl 101 

Cox, Jana 54, 55, 70 

Cox, Marc 70 

Craddock, Angela 9, 70, 85 

Crandell, Kary 44, 70 

Crank, Frances 107 

Cranston, Renae 90 

Crawford, Julie 90 

Crawford, Shelley 90, 49, 50 

Crisler, Todd 101 

Cronk, Carol 116 

Cross, Janice 107 

Cross, Kevin 107 

Cross, Stacy 70 

Crow, Melanie 54, 70 

Crowley, Randy 90 

Cubbage, Patrick 41, 70, 49, 50, 27 

Cummings, Kelly 107 

Cummings, Pat 107 

Cundiff, Tammy 70 

Cupp, Linda 113 

Curnutt, Charles 90 

Curnutt, Dolores 70 

Cusick, Douglas 107 

Cuthbertson, Deborah 70 



Dahlgren, Robert 25, 70 

Dains, Joan 107 

Dalke, Kevin 70 

Damron, David 107 

Daniels, Mark 70 

Dargatz, Connie 70 

Dargitz, Laura 121 

Darland, Tisha 70 

Darnell, Jean 101 

Dashner, Paul 121 

Daugherty, Geralyn 116 

Davenport, Brad 90 

Davenport, Walter 113 

Davidson, Brian 41, 40, 

Davis, Brian 70 

Davis. Carl 70 

Davis, Dwayne 70 

Davis, Marvin 101 

Davis, Timotjy 40, 90 

Davison, Bill 14, 107 

Davison, Joyce 90 

Day, Scott 90 

Dean, Gracie 90 

Dean, Kim 90 

Dean, Ronald 12, 90 

Decker, Sharon 113 

Dernier, Brad 101 

Denchfield, Sigrid 70 

Dennett, Gary 70 

Dennis, Vicki 70 

Denton, Russ 90 

Depew, Dave 70 

De Socio, John 121 

Dettwiler, Steven 113 

Devane, Dr., Larry 119 

DeVaney, Jan 70 

Devlin, Dale 107 

Devor, Bruce 71 

DeWitt, Dana 107 

DeWitt, Jerry 101 

Diehl, Jeffrey 71 

Diehl, Stan 90 

Dienst, James 90 

Dietz, Mildred 71 

Dillard, Derek 9, 90, 101 

Dillner, Carlene 90 

Dimick, Linda 71 

Doane, Mary 108 

Dockers, Steve 71, 109 

Doeden, Constance 71 

Doombos, William 90 

Dotson, Jeannette 71 

Dove, Marilyn 109 

Dowers, Michael 90 

Downey, Shelly 41, 44, 101, 40 

Doyle, Dan 60, 71 

Draper, Velda 90 

Drumm, Catherine 113 

Dudick, Lee 19, 59, 49, 50, 113 

Dukat, Valorie 22, 23, 71 

Dunbar, Renee 101 

Duncan, Mary 113 

Dunn, Cammie 71 

Duno, Raul 108 

Dunsford, Jack 90 

Dunsmoore, Ethel 121 

Dutton, Joyce 71 

Duvanel. Kelly 13, 71 

Dvorak, Cynthia 71 

Dyck, Alyce 71 

Dye, Anthony 12, 71, 27, 28 



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Earll, Dennis 90 

Eastin, Talette 43, 44, 71 

Ediger, Ronald 27 

Edwards, Dean 116 

Edwards, Jim 

Edwards, Terry 90 

Egbert, Carolyn 71 

Egbo, John 90 

Egbo, John 113 

Ehrlich, Mark 71 

Ehrman, Lisa 108 

Eidman, Pamela 71 

Eldeen. Houssam 108 

Elliott, Angela 71 

Elliott, Jeff 71 

Elliott, Terry 71, 108 

Ellis, Alberta 90 

Ellis, Bryan 40, 41, 70 

By, James 90 

Embree, Angela 71, 56 

Ernbree, Lori 

Emerson, Richard 71 

Emmerich, Patty 121 

Emmons, Kim 108 

Encinas, Alejandra 36, 37, 71 

Engel, Marlene 71 

Engler, Alison 90 

English, Richard 90 

Ensz, Daniel 60 

Ensz, Roland 121 

Ente, Gerald 71 

Erickson, Larry 90 

Erlckson, Darrel 121 

Escareno, Moeta 90 

Eslinger, Tracy 90 

Espey, Christopher 

Esslinger, David 71 

Essllnger, Lynne 90 

Etape, Max 108 

Eubanks, Rebecca 71 

Evans, Barbara 71 

Evans, Michael 71 

Evans, Sandi 

Evans, Stacy 71 

Evenson, Kelly 101 

Everett, Roy 90 

Ewaft, Scott 71 

Ewing, Kathryn 71 

-F- 

Fabry, Mitchell 90 
Factor, Marietta 113 
Fahler, John 9, 101 
Failes, Wanda 71 
Fallon, Andrea 90 
Famimiko, Deans 71 
Faulconer, Eunice 108 
Faulkner, Brock 90 
Feder, Mitch 71 
Feldman, Greg 91 
Ferdous, Klalid 71 
Ferran, Richard 108 
Ferrell, David 71 
Finney, Barbara 91 
Finney, Ray 71 
Finney, Rhonda 
Fiscus, Janet 108 
Fisher, Glenda 
Fisher, Robert 91 
Flstler, Danny 108 
Fitzgerald, Tim 113 
Floyd, Mary 71 
Forbes, Anthony 25, 72 
Ford, Henry 91, 27, 29 
Ford, John 91, 27 
Ford, Peggy 91 
Foreman, Karen 72 
Forester, Scott 72, 106, 109 
Forrester, Sharon 108 
Fortune, Kevin 91 
Foster, Blllye 72 
Foster, Ron 72 
Foulk, 116 
Foulk, Tony 91 
Fox, Kevin 41, 72, 56 
Fox, Sean 72 
Fowler, Michele 108 
Fowler, Mike 72 
Fowler, Terri 116, 58 
Fox, Judy 116 
Francis, John 121 
Franta, Bennett 55, 72 
Franta, Tim 113 
Freed, Chris 72 
French, Greg 12, 72, 53 
French, Rene 72 
Friend, Bill 108 
Friesen, Larry 121 
Friesen, Lois 121 
Frock, Rebecca 72 
Frost, Melinda 91 
Frost, John 72 
Fulkerson, James 108 
Fuller, Charles 72 
Fuller, David 101 
Fuller, Stella 
Fuller, Vicki 108 
Fyffe, Susan 72 

■G- 

Gade, Robert 72 
Galloway, Ruth 108 



Gann, Mary 72 
Gard, Sharon 72 
Gardner, Morgan 72 
Garland, Paulette 108 
Garlich, Scott-25, 91 
Garman, Staci 72 
Garner, Carolyn 72 
Garrett, Larry 72 
Garrlott, Shawn 108 
Gatierrez, Kathleen 73 
Gaudet, Brian 108 
Gayer, Gary 72 
Geeding, Paul 108 
George, Heather 22, 23, 91 
Gfeller, Timothy 91 
Gibfried, Julia 72 
Gideon, Theresa 114 
Glfford. Cindi 72 
GUliland, Don 47 
GiMand, Susan 121 
Ginder, Karol 72 
Ginest, Shana 108 
Givens, Alonzo 72 
Glanville, Dixie 72 
Glaves, Richard 101 
Glenn, Carl 72, 53 

Godding, Terri 91 

Goering, Ken 121 

Goldberg, Mark 72 

Goldsmith, Mark 40, 41, 72 

Goldsmith, Steve 122 

Gomea, Marcello 72 

Gomez, Mike 72 

Gordon, Susie 122 

Goucher, Donella 72 

Goulette, Donna 116 

Govan, Kevin 72 

Graham, Jean 91 

Graham, Ronnie 114 

Graves, Anna 72 

Graviey, Lisa 114 

Gray, Darrel 91 

Gray, Eddie 36, 72 

Gray, Kathy 91 

Gray, Nan 108 

Green, Byron 91, 49, 50, 27, 28, 114 

Green, Charles 48, 91 

Green, Leland 108 

Green, Mark 101 

Green, Michael 116 

Green, Steven 101 

Greer, Debbie 101 

Greer, Nickie 72, 114 

Grier, Alice 72 

Griffin, Troy 72 

Griffith, Dee Ann 47, 91 

Griffith, Lee Ann 9, 36, 47, 54, 91, 49, 50 

Griffiths, Keith 72 

Griggs, Clare 73 

Griggs, Kathy 43, 91 

Griggs, Mary 91 

Griggs, Todd 108 

Grisham, Chris 101 

Gryder, Scott 39, 60, 73 

Gudenkauf , Anna 91 

Gudenkauf, Brian 116 

Guiifoil, Sharon 73 

Guinotte, John 91, 51 

Guinotte, Timothy 91, 51 

Gulick, Roscoe 101 

Guoladdle, Spencer 108 

Gurley, Billy 73 

Guthrie, Keith 91 

Guthrie, Ken 101 

Guy, Lea 108 



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Hadley, Matthew 101 
Hagerman, Troy 40, 91 
Haines, Gussle 
Haines, Jerri 91 
Hake, Paul 40, 114 
Hall, Kathryn 73 
Hall, Laura 73 
Hall, Pamela 
Hall, Sherry 73, 108 
Hallaux, Ron 91 
Halley, Robyn 92 
Halley, Roger 92 
Halter, Pat 73 
Hamblin, Nancye 108 
Hamilton, Cheri 92 
Hamilton, Dala 92 
Hamilton, Danny 73 
Hammer, Karen 73 
Hamrah, All 122 
Hamrah, Ann 122 
Hancock, Teresa 108 
Handtey, Amy 101 
Hanna, Judith 73 
Harmon, Kathryn 73 
Hanshaw, Richard 73 
Hanson, Jeff 102 
Hanson, Lisa 108 
Hanson, Ricky 101 
Hatj, Ashraful 73 
Haque, Kazi 73 
Harber, Michael 
Harbert, Tina 73, 62 
Hardin, Von 92 
Harding, Lonna 108 
Hargadine, Troy 92 
Harland. Douglas 108 
Harmon, Glenda 122 
Harms. Maia 73 



Harms, Paula 40 

Harper, Carol 73 

Harper. Michael 73 

Harrell, Ben 102, 116 

Harrelson, Linda 114 

Harris, Riley 73 

Harrison, Marion 92 

Hart, Bill 92 

Harvey, Leslie 

Harvey, Roy 92 

Harvey, Troy 73 

Havel, Lynn 

Hayes, Judy 73 

Hayes, Margie 102 

Hedgespeth, Todd 50 

Hedrick, Troy 60, 73 

Heenan, Joseph 55, 73, 86 

Heidebrcht, Chris 48, 92 

Heinrich. David 40, 43, 44, 45 

Heise, Ronn 114 

Helser, Janice 73 

Hemminger, Troy 92 

Henderson, Pete 45, 92 

Hendrickson, Pam 73 

Hendry, Paula 73 

Henman, Barbara 108 

Henrnan, Kristina 73 

Henn, Martha 102 

Hensley, Ellison 73 

Hensley, G.P. 92 

Herb, Rick 40, 41, 73 

Herring, Bennie 108 

Herrrnan, Beth 40 

Herrman, Forrest 92 

Herrrnan, Judith 109 

Herrman, Mary 108 

Herron, Donald 73 

Hess, Elizabeth 92 

Hess, Richard 92 

Heyland, Cindy 108 

Heyman, James 92 

Hicks, Deborah 92 

Hicks, Steven 102 

Higgins, Jim 116 

Higgins, Tracy 102 

Higgs, Benny 42, 41, 40, 92 

Higgs, Bud 73 

Highfield, Pam 92 

Hildreth, Scott 108 

Hill, Jerry 92 

Hills, Dena 73 

Hillwig, Leanne 54, 92 

Hilyard, Dan 92 

Hinnen, David 73 

Hinz, Carla 13, 48, 73 

Hinz, David 73 

Hiveiy, Mark 73, 27, 29 

Hodgden, Sandra 73 

Hodges, Michelle 

Hodges, Tammy 24, 26 

Hoefgen, Joseph 74 

Hoffman, Bill 92 

Hoffman, Joe 92 

Holcomb, David 73 

Hokomb, Sharron 74 

Holder, Jamie 74 

Holder, Jana 1 14 

Holem, Cordelia 

Holem-Morris, Hope 102 

Holland, Jamie 20, 74 

Holle, Steven 74 

Hollis, Theresa 108 

Holm, Richard 108 

Holmes, Maxine 

Hooten, Karee 74 

Hoover, Mary 74 

Hoover, Robert 74 

Hormel, Terri 24, 74, 26 

Hornbeck, Sally 116 

Hosinson, Connie Jo 102 

Hoss, Cindy 

Houser, Sandy 92 

Howard, Joe 74 

Howard, Sandra 

Howell, Dale 40, 41 

Howell, Kenneth 74 

Hoy, Charlotte 102 

Hoy, Kimberly 74 

Hoy, Pamela 92 

Hughes, Raldy 74 

Hull, David 74 

Hull, Teresa 74 

Hunn, Jennifer 74 

Hunt, Deborah 92 

Hunt, Martin 92 

Hunt, Robin 74 

Huntington, John 74 

Hurley, Beth 92 

Hutchison, Liz 92 



Ingalls, Dan 74 
Ingalls, Ronald 92 
lnkelaar, Mark 109 
lshmael, Chris 92 
Islam, Mohammad 
Isom, Melicia.74 
Isom, Oliver 



Jackie, Jerry 109 
Jacks, Gary 40, 41, 93 
Jackson, Helen 
Jackson, Henry 9, 74 



Jackson, Kenneth 74 
Jackson, Rodney 74 
Jacob, Anita 74 
Jameson, Maretta 74 
Janda, Mark 74 
Jardot, Terresa 74 
Jaworsky, John 116 
Jeffrey. Dennis 74 
Jensen, Bret 74 
Jesseph, David 74 
Johnson, Brad 74 
Johnson, Brenda 93 
Johnson, Carolyn 74 
Johnson, Clifton 93 
Johnson, Dale 74 
Johnson, Donna 74 
Johnson, Donna 74 
Johnson, Janet 93 
Johnson, Jay 74 
Johnson, Jeffrey 102 
Johnson, Joel 74 
Johnson, Krissie 47 
Johnson, Nancy 93 
Johnson, Robert 25, 93 
Johnson, Russell 98 
Johnson, Tammy 74 
Johnston, Ronald 74 
Johnston, Steve 114 
Jones, Beverly 74 
Jones, Cheryl 74 
Jones, Clifford 93 
Jones, Dorothy 114 
Jones, Eva 93 
Jones, Gregg 109 
Jones, Janice 122 
Jones, Karen 93 
Jones, Kevin 109 
Jones, Mark 60, 75 
Jones, Stacee 75 
Jones, Terry 102 
Jones, William 93 
Jost, Kent 75 
Joyce, Roger 93 

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Kabir, A.Q.M. Narul 75 
Kadel, Carol 109 
Kahabka, Mark 75 
Kallenberger, Kristy 75 
Karst, Charles 93 
Kashani, Majid 114 
Kaster, Tonda 75 
Keehn, Charlie 55, 75 
Keely, Jill 75 
Keesling, Jim 25, 51, 114 
Keller, Lana 75 
Kelley, Susan 54, 93, 49 
Kelly, John 75 
Kelly, Lisa 41, 75 
Kelly. Rosemary 122 
Kenagy, Elizabeth 93 
Kendricks, John 19, 75 
Kenerner, John 9, 75 
Kenemer, Robert 75 
Kennedy, John 
Kennelley, Jerry 75 
Kenneson, Rory 109 
Kerns, Michael 75 
Kerschner, Tonya 
Ketley, Eddy 93 
Kice, Mark 93 
Kieler, Paul 102 
Kiker, Jim 102 
Kilsheimer, Ron 75 
King, Dannette 93 
King, Denise 75 
King, Steve 109 
Kinglsey, Steve 75 
Kirschbaum, Marsh 93 
Kiser, Scott 75 
Kiser, Susan 109 
Kitch, James 39, 75 
Kitzenberger, Scott 75 
Klassen, Sherri 93 
Klein, Carol 122 
Klonowski, Jacqueline 75 
Knapp, Joyce 75 
Knaussman, Karla 122 
Knox, Delton 75 
Kohla, Ev 

Kohman, Bette 40, 54, 75 
Kowalskt. John 93 
Kramer, Charles 109 
Krause. Gayle 119 
Krause, Matt 40, 45, 47, 93 
Kroeger, Paul 25, 75, 26 
Kroepfl, Sharon 75 
Kruger, Gerald 12, 109, 27 
Krummrey, Mary 93 
Kuhn, Brenda 93 
Kuntz, Kathy 93 
Kuttler, Angela 116 

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Ladd, Christine 75 
LaForge, Julia 75 
Lagree, Jackie 102 
Lamb, Debra 109 
Lambert, Gwayne 75, 27, 28 
Lang, Lois 93 
Lang, Patricia 102 
Larsen, Linda 75 
Larson, Susan 93 
Larue, Cherise 75 



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Lasley, Gina 75 

Lauber, Boyd 75 

Lawrence, James 102 

Lawrence, Joan 93 

Lawrence, Kevin 40, 41, 43, 75 

Lawrence, Michael 102 

Lawson, Cindy 75 

Lawson, Ken 75 

Lay, John 122 

Learmont, Sue 

Leben, Linda 93 

Le Cao, Thi 

Leddy, Keith 75 

Ledford, BUI 93 

Ledgerwood, James 75 

Leeper, David 93 

Lehman, Debra 94 

Leiker, Kenneth 76 

LeMay, Brian 76 

Le, Quy 93 

Leslie, Edythe 76 

Lewis, Bradley 76 

Lewis, Cary 

Lewis, Charles 

Lewis, Chuck 76 

Lewis, David 94 

Lewis, Donald 114 

Lewis, Donna 102 

Lewis, Jane 76 

Lewis, Lisa 76 

Lewis, Mark 109 

Lewis, Nancy 94 

Lewis, Tyress 76 

Liggett, Kathryn 76 

Lilley, Ralph 94 

Lindsey, Brian 40, 41 

Lindsey, David 76 

Linot, Joseph 39, 54, 94 

Linot, Rita 94 

Linson, Alice 109 

Lock, Tammy 

Lockard, Melissa 94 

Locke, Kelli 76 

Locke, Kenneth 94 

Logan, Laura 94 

Logsdon, Norma 102 

Long, Phillip 109 

Long, Robin 44, 94 

Longfellow, David 47 

Longfellow, Shirley 122 

Longnecker, Robert 94 

Longwell, Gene 109 

Loop, Allison 55, 76 

Lopez, Bernadette 114 

Loucks, Nancy 94 

Love, Beverly 102 

Lowe, Roger 102 

Lowmaster, Kelly 76 

Lowmaster, Kevin 

Lowrance, Pat 122 

Lowther, Darlene 

Loyd, Kevin 109 

Lucas, Phillip 114 

Luce, Jeanne 

Luck, Tammy 43, 44 

Ludewick, Larry 116 

Lynch, Elizabeth 109 

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Ma, Dung 94 
Maack, Susan 94 
Maclntyre, Cathi 114 
Mack, Patrick 
Macklin, Ronald 
Macy, Carol 94 
Maddux, Tracey 40, 41, 94 
Madison, Lori 123 
Madison, Shirley 94 
Maggard, Rex 
Mahbubul, Bari 94 
Mahmud, Shahariar 116 
Maier, Michael 109 
Mainzer, John 109 
Malan, Michael 
Malcolm, Melody 94 
Malone, Alan 102 
M alone, Jeanette 123 
Maness, Terri 40 
Mann, Mark 
Marcum, Dwight 94 
Mariow, Diana 
Marsh, Amos 123 
Marsh, Cynthia 109 
Marsh, Marge 44 
Marten, Steven 
Martin, Aqua 94 
Martin, Harold 
Martin, Janice 22, 23 
Martin, Jeffrey 
Martin, Kristi 94 
Martin, Marcia 
Martin, Owen 76 
Martin, atricla 114 
Martin, Tammy 22, 94 
Mason, Dan 76 
Massey, George 
Massey, Steven 48, 76 
Massoth, Andrew 39, 76 
Masters, Linda 94 
Mastrangelo, Glenda 76 
Matheny, Diane 
Matney, Claude 77 
Mauck, Shelley 
Maus, Greg 95 
Maus, Joyce 77 



Maxev, Mike 
May, Darrin 116 
May, David 116 
May, Don 77 
McAlister, Daniel 54, 77 
McAllister, Kevin 116 
McBride, David 77 
McCaffree, James 60 
McCartney, Kerry 114 
McCarty, Lori 
McCauley, James 
McClain, Donald 13, 76 
McCluer, Louis 14, 77, 50 
McCormick, Carol 
McCormick, James 77 
McCoy, Darla 126 
McCoy, Jon 25, 77 
McCoy, Julie 77 
McCubbin. Keith 
McCulloch, Brenda 30, 77, 52 
McCullolgh, Jeff 126 
McCune, Anette 77 
McCune, Kurt 40, 41, 77 
McCune, Michael 54, 49, 50 
McCune, Scott 126 
McCune, Tim 102 
McDaniel, Robert 77 
McDonough, Diane 
McDonough, Krlstine 77 
McDonough, Mike 
McDonough, Sean 77 
McDowell, Kim 77 
McElhiney, Carolyn 
McGinnis, Mike 77 
McGovern, Michael 
McGrath, Sherylk 77 
McGraw, Cindy 123 
McGreevy, Janice 
McGuire, Alicia 77 
Mclnerney, Michael 
McKee, Monte 40, 41 
McKinney, Patricia 
McLaughlin, Jennifer 77 
Mclean, Harold 77, 102 
Mclean, Jeff 
McMullen, Sherry 77 
McMurphy, Jane 77 
McNabb, Nancy 
McNairy, Lorainc 
McNeely, Brian 7, 18 
McNutt, William 110 
McVicar, Sharon 43 
Mead, Annabel! 77 
Mead, Deborah 77 
Mead, Lorna 77 
Mears, Bryan 110 
Meeks, Robert 77 
Mehaffey, Kathy 126 
Mellies, Jonn 
Mellinger, David 77 
Merder, Crystal 110 
Metcaif, Rhonda 77 
Met2, Kathy 30, 31, 77 
Mewborn, Kenneth 77 
Meyer, Jeff 126 
Meyers, Brett 78 
Milano, Birtha 78 
Milbourn, Delbert 
Miller, Betty 78 
Miller, Brian 110 
Miller, Daniel 110 
Miller, Jacqueline 110 
Miller, James 126 
Miller, Robert 114 
Miller, Stanford, 40, 41, 78 
Miller, Susan 78 
Mlnard, Shunyueh 110 
Mitchell, Beverly 
Mitchell, Donna 110 
Mitchell, Douglas 41 
Mitchell, Harry 110 
Mitchell, Jackie 21, 78 
Mock, Iris 78 
Mode, Kurt 78 
Moeder, Michael 110 
Mohammad, Sirajul 110 
Moomey, Mark 78 
Moore, Johnny 102 
Moore, LaVina 78 
Moore, Nancy 78 
Moore, Reva 
Moore, Shirley 78 
Moore, Stephen 78 
Moore, Vikki 110 
Moravec, David 78 
Moreland, Joseph 102 
Morgan, Glenda 103 
Morimoto, Hiroaki 78 
Morland, Michael 
Morland, Toni 78 
Morris, Cary 126 
Morris, Constance 110 
Morton, Keith 48, 27 
Morton, Lorraine 114 
Morton, Tim 126 
Mosier, Daryl 110 
Mosier, Julia 78 
Mount, Gerri 114 
Mueller, Eloise 110 
Mueller, Jason 21 
Mullins, Norman 78 
Mulvaney, Kevin 78 
Mincy, John 78 
Muncy, Leta 78 
Munsifbarl, Comilla 110 
Murch, Kenneth 110 



Murphy, Debra 78 
Murphy, Jodee 126 
Murry, Rosalind 78 
Myers, Janice 78 

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Nachbor, Jeff 78 
Nasir, MD Z 78 
Nattier, Stuart 126 
Naugle, Karen 126 
Navarro, David 78 
Neal, Kathryn 110 
Neaulty, Ann 78 
Neely, Alyson 78 
Neighbors, Kasey 103 
Nelson, Dennis 78, 83 
Nelson, Janetle 
Nelson, Michael 110 
Nelson, Vicki 103 
Nero, Beverly 78 
Nesler, Sandra 126 
Neufeld, Douglas 126 
Neugebauer, Ron 103 
Nevins, Tamela 78 
Newman, Deanna 43, 78 
Newton, Marilyn 103 
Ng, Steve 110 
Nguyen, Tong 
Nichols, Nancy 110 
Nichols, Phil 103 
Njau, Alex 114 
Noblitt, Dion 12, 79 
Nolan, Michelle 43 
Noll, Jeffrey -5, 79, 26 
Norris, Jeff 110 
Nunnold, Donald 
Nur, Aziz 
Nutsch, Kevin 110 

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Oberlaechner, Frederick 
Oberlechner, John 
Odebiyi, Wasiu 110 
O'Donnell, David 40, 41 
Odunze, Ambrose 79 
Ogletree, Debra 79 
Ohl, James 
Olivia, Katherine 110 
Olmstead, Sharon 110 
Olson, Jill 114 
Olson, William 44, 79 
Onyegbule, Canice 79 
Orndorff, Kyle 79 
Orozco, Yolanda 79 
Orr, Cheryl 
Osborn, Gayle 60, 79 
Osborn, Narressia 
Osborne, Jay 79 
Osburn, Ray 114 
Osier, Brenda 110 
Ott, Nancy 
Oursler, Cara 9, 79 
Oursler, Lee 95 
Owen, Terri 110 



Paddock, Terry 79 

Palmer, Judith 95 

Palmer, Kari 79 

Palmer, Ken 12, 79, 52 

Palmer, Lori 95 

Panton, David 

Parker, Angie 95 

Parker, David 79 

Parker, Lori 110 

Parker, Wanda 79 

Parvin, Julie 110 

Pascal, Eugene 103 

Paschal, Clarence 

Passmore, Cindy 111 

Pate!, G.C. 79 

Patterson. Brock 79 

Patterson, Donna 95 

Patterson, Todd 27, 95 

Patton, Katherine 79 

Patton, Patty 79 

Patty, Brent 111 

Pauly, Dale 79 

Peak, Michael 111 

Pearson, Brenda 79 

Peck, Monty 103 

Penn, Floy 111 

Penner, Julianna 95 

Pennington, David 95 

Pennington, Troy 111 

Penwell, Jerry 95 

Perez, Alicia 79 

Perisho, Mark 79 

Perkins, Tom 52, 95 

Peter, Marie 111 

Petets, Larry 45 

Peterson, Tracy 52, 79 

Peterson, Bob 123 

Peterson, Melva 111 

Pettus, Wilfred 

Petty, Carrie 111 

Phares, Randy 95 

Phillips, James Jr. 18, 21, 95 

Pickens, Peggy 79 

Pierce, Dave 79 

Pierce, Ron 79 

Pinkerton, Lots 95 

Place, Steve 116 



Placek, Christine 95 

Pletcher, Genny 

Plumrner, David 95 

Plummer, Jean 123 

Plumrner, Kerrie 111 

Plummer, Robert 95 

Plumrner, Ronalda 79 

Pogue, Angela 79 

Pohly, Linda 43 

Polk, Jeffery 79 

Pollitt, Eric 95 

Pond, Ellen 95 

Porter, Esther 111 

Porter, Kristi 79 

Powell, Carolyn 95 

Powthong, Prasan 79 

Pratt, Valerie 114 

Pressnell. Alfred 80 

Price, Vance 80 

Prigmore, Louise 123 

Prior, Scott 80 

Pritchard, Don 80 

Prohodsky, Betty 

Provorse, Janet 111 

Pruett, LaDessa 80, 111 

Pruitt, Curt 95 

Pruitt, Maretta 114 

Pruitt, Travis 103 

Purcell, Charlotte 30, 24, 32, 26, 80 

Purcell, Felicia 95 

Purslow, Thad 80 

Pykiet, Rhonda 80 

Pyle, Jennifer 36, 37, 80 



Quick, Jerry 20. 80 



Rader, Pamela 80 

Rains, Catrina 114 

Rains, Jeanetta 114 

Ruiz, Angela 

Ramsey, George 116 

Ramsey, Marsha 114 

Ramshaw, Jerry 80 

Randall, Troy 103 

Ray, Linda 80 

Raya, Adnan 95 

Rebholz, Scott 36, 80 

Redeker, Jim 27, 47, 80 

Redfern, Jill 80, 92 

Reed, Janet 111 

Reed, Juanita 95 

Reekie, Arlene 22, 95 

Reeves, Jim 95 

Rehm, Brian 80 

Reichart, John 80 

Reirner, Darla 95 

Reiss, Marilyn 115 

Reiswig, Pearl 80 

Remer, Crystal 80 

Remsberg, Rick 12, 95 

Renstrom, Kay 80 

Resa, Patrick 80 

Resche, Dale 40, 80 

Rew, Vicki 95 

Reynolds, Rodney 115 

Reynolds, Tony 9, 14, 95 

Rhea, Larry 103 

Rhodes, Tammi 95 

Rhyne, Elizabeth 111 

Rice, Lawrence 80 

Richard Rosemarie 95 

Richardson, Hugh 124 

Richardson, Kimberly 111 

Ridder, Bart 80 

Ridder, Paul 95 

Ridder, Tom 25, 80 

Ridgway, Ann 40, 80 

Riedmiller, Barbara 80 

Rierson, Juli 80, 102 

Riffel, Mark 95 

Rigg, Paula 80 

Rinehart, Shirley 95 

Riner, Nancy 80 

Riner, Paula 51, 95 

Roark, Danny 80 

Roatch, Scott 80 

Robbins, Kelly 80 

Roberts, Mickie 80 

Robinson, Alvin 80 

Robinson, Janet 9, 80, 109 

Robinson, Jennifer 115 

Robinson-Summers, Michael 52, 80 

Roby, Susan 95 

Rockhill, David 95 

Rodman, Carol 80 

Rogers, Cathy 95 

Rogers, Edwina 95 

Rogers, Jo 59 

Rogers, Kirby 25, 80 

Rogers, Marilyn 80 

Rogers, R.W. 80 

Roll, Bruce 40, 41, 95 

Rose, Karen 111 

Rose, Tammy 81 

Rosebraugh, Chester 81 

Ross, Julia 81 

Ross, Thresette 81 

Roth, Gene 102 

Rothammer, Margaret 111 

Rowland, Teresa 111 

Ro2ario, Simon 

Rudy, Ernesteen 81 



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Ruge, Eric 103 
Ruggles, Carmen 81 
Ruggles, Sam 95 
Ruiz, Angela 111 
Runyan, Romney 111 
Rush, David 103 
Rush, Lisa 96 
Russell, David 81 
Ryan, Michael 96 
Ryan, William 111 



Sabala, Antonio 81 
Salisbury, Frank 96 
Saltkill, Karen 96 
Samuels, Jerry 103 
Sanborn, Chris 81 
Sanchez, Thomas 81 
Sanders, Bob 81 
Santana, Enrique 96, 115 
Sapien, Nora 81 
Sargent, Michael 81, 111 
Satcher, Newdy 9, 12, 81 
Sattler, Michael 111 
Saunders, Dave 81 
Sawdy, Brant 103, 111 
Sawtelle, Debbie 22, 54 
Sayre, Sherry 111 
Scanlon, John 96 
Schafer, Ray 115 
Schaffer, Thomas 81 
Schemm, Sonja 81 
Schiesser, Sondra 96 
Schild, Christopher 111 
Schimpf, Dale 111 
Schlesinger, Amber 81 
Schlesinger, Lisa 81 
Schmale, Vernard 103 
Schmidt, Carmen 96 
Schmidt, Leonard 81 
Schmidt, Paul 81 
Schneider, Theresa 9, 96 
Schneidewind, Kimberly 81 
Schneidewind, Kristi 81 
Schnider, Tammy 81 
Schoenhofer, Beth 96 
Schoneboom, Ted 81 
Schountz, William 96 
Schreiner, Mary 81 
Schroeder, Rick 81 
Schulta, Steven 96 
Schwartz, Todd 43, 44, 81 
Scott, Jane 103 
Scott, Joe 111 
Scott, Marvin 81 
Scott, Vincent 53, 81 
Seager, Rachel 24, 26, 96 
Seager, Ron 124 
Seal, Valerie 22, 81 
Sears, Kevin 81, 103 
Sears, Mike 
Sechler, Brad 81 
See, Paula 81 
Segraves, James 
Selby, Derick 
Self, Donna 81 
Self, Roger 116 
Self, Tim 81 
Shadoin, Rebecca 96 
Shaft, Susan 111 
Shain, Glenda 103 
Shaver, Charles 81 
Shaver, John 81 
Shelby, Tony 12, 20, 21, 96 
Shell, John Jr. 40, 41, 96 
Shepherd, Margaret 111 
Shepherd, Steven 103 
Sherfield, Kevin 81 
Sheriff, Lend* 22, 23, 96 
Sherman, Scott 81 
Shipley, Curt 124 
Shipley, Stephanie 96 
Shirkey, Mike 
Shirley, Charles 96 
Shirley, Jami 30, 82 
Shores, Steven 96 
Shreve, Ashley 82 
Shropshire, Holly 96 
Siebert, Richard 82 
Sigler, Terrel 82 
Sims, Eric 82 
Sipple, Kevin 13, 96, 115 
Slpult, Lorna 111 
Skinner, Gary 111 
Sloan, Thomas 82 
Smith, April 96 
Smith, Chad 55, 82 
Smith, Jerry 82 
Smith, John J. HI 82 
Smith, Karen 82 
Smith, Karen 115 
Smith, Kathie 82 
Smith, Kemp 32 
Smith, Kendra 111 
Smith, Michelle 55 
Smith, Nellie 86 
Smith, Rhonda 82 
Smith, Richard 111 
Smith, Richard 111 
Smith, Shane 96 
Smith, Theresa 111 
Snaza-Alexis, Marguerite 103 
Snellen, Don 103 
Snider, Randy 82 



Snow, Ronald 82 

Snow, Scott 41, 96 

Solomon Lorisa 82 

Sommerhauser, Karen 96 

Sommers, Curt 124 

Sommers, Sonja 124 

Sommers, Sue 124 

Sooby, David 82 

Sooby, Roger 115 

Sooby, Vlrgilene 

Scoter, Teresa 82 

Sorapuru, Patricia 82 

Soukup, Kenneth 

Soule, Donald 103 

Soule, Tim 103 

Sowers, Kenneth 82 

Sowers, Lisa 

Spain, Richard 111 

Sparks, Debbie 30, 32, 49, 50, 96, 47 

Speer, James 43, 96 

Spencer, Karle 111 

Sphar, Patsy 96 

Spivey, Julia 82 

Squires, Deanna 115 

Stackley, Carol 108 

Stafford, Karen 82 

Stafford, Rebecca 111 

Stalcup, Lisa 96 

Starkei, Steven 96 

Starkey, Gina 44, 96 

Stebbins, Karen 115 

Steele, Stephanie 82 

Steele, Valentha 111 

Steinhauer, Linda 43, 44, 82, 40 

Steven, NG 

Stephen, Richard 82 

Stephens, Debra 103 

Stephens, Michael 96 

Stephens, Rickie 96 

Stevenson, Ramona 82 

Stevenson, Ricky 96 

Stever, Ricky 82 

Stewart, Harold 9, 45, 115 

Still, Robert 111 

Stine, Kerry 96 

Stocks, Bryan 115 

Stokes, Sandy 82 

Stone. Shelly 82 

Storye, Brad 40, 41, 82 

Strain, Judy 124 

Strasser, Linda 104 

Strickland, Thomas 96 

Stroud, Daryn 82 

Stuber, Jolita 30, 96 

Stufflebeam, James 43, 44, 82, 111 

Stutesman, Shelly 40, 41, 82 

Suarez, Wishton 82 

Suddith, Mark 96 

Sullivan, Teddy 14, 82 

Summers, Patricia 96 

Suttle, Shirley 47 

Swift, Donna 82 

Swift, Tammy 82, 116 

Swift, Tammyra 

Swift, Victor 82 

Swilley, Chris 

Sykes, James 96 

Sykes, John 97 



Tabor, Chuck 82 

Taheer, Rankin 82 

Tahir, Lazkin 111 

Talsma, Matthew 82 

Tannahill, Wendy 83 

Taylor, Dan 83 

Taylor, Greg 83 

Taylor, Kym 97 

Taylor, Mary 116 

Teetzel, Earl 112 

Terronez, Linda 83 

Terry, Mary 97 

Teter, Debra 112 

Teter, Julie 97 

Teuscher, Tom 83 

Thevenet, Evelyn 97 

Thlessen, Kathryn 97 

Thorn, Mike 115 

Thorn, Shelly 115 

Thomas, Cheryl 112 

Thomas, Earlene 83 

Thomas, Marc 39, 83 

Thomas, Nancy 97 

Thomas, Raymond 53, 83 

Thomas, Tony 112 

Thompson, Dorothy 83 

Thompson, Ernest 116 

Thompson, Ethel 83 

Thompson, Greg 83 

Thompson, Stephen 83 

Thorne, Bertha 83 

Thornton, Mike 104 

Thrasher, Cynthia 22, 23, 97, 114 

Thurman, David 83, 115 

Tibbs, James 97 

Tiffany, Scotty 83 

Tighe, Arthur 83 

Tlndle, Milton 83, 112 

Toburen, Don 124 

Tolley, Robert 83 

Torres, Mark 83 

Towns, Stephanie 83 

Townsend, Mary 

Townson, Angella 40, 41, 43, 83 

Travnicek, Stephani 83 



Travnichek, Vince 104 
Traylor.. Kenny 112 
Trekell, Tod 115 
Trent, Bill 124 
Tripp, Hizabeth 83 
Trotter, Wesley 97 
True, Sherrie 83 
Truong, Be 97 
Tubbs, Leona 83 
Tubbs, Velma 
Turner, Andrea 9, 97 

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Uddin, Jama) 83 
Udemezye Benedij 112 
Ullah, Saadi 112 
Unger, Mellisa 22, 43, 83 
Unger, Sandra 112 
Utter, Margaret 97 
Utterback, Brent 112 
UzoEchefu, Onyema 97 

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Valentine, Frances 115 
Vanasse, Marsha 112 
Van Fleet, Ron 83 
Varner, Tammy 112 
Vaughn, Larry 83 
Vaughan, Ronni 104 
Vaught, Chuck 97 
Veeman, Dr. Frank 119 
Vinson, Earnestine 112 
Visor, Bryan 112 
Voisin, Debora 97 
Vorhies, Laura 40, 83 
Vosburg, Scott 116 
Voth, Anita 112 
Voth, Heidi 116 
Voth, Pat 112 

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Waggoner, Kirby 83 

Wagner, Susan 97 

Waira, Njau 115 

Wakefield, Shae Lynn 83 

Walden, Carol 84 

Waliullah, Mohammad 97 

Walker, Donna 97 

Walker, Earl 7, 37, 27, 29, 97 

Walker, John 115 

Walker, Julie 

Walker, Linda 84 

Walker, Mark 84 

Walker, Martin 115 

Walker, Tammy 112 

Walker, Teresa 84 

Walker, Terri 60, 97 

Walker, Wanda 112 

Wall, Gary 97 

Wallace, Betty 84 

Wallace, Martina 97 

Wallace, Sean 50, 84 

Walby, Echo 124 

Walsh, Margaret 84 

Walter, Julie 84 

Walter, Martin 

Walter. Tim 84 

Walter, Toni 97 

Waltman, Marie 124 

Walton, Brenda 97 

Ward, Janet 112 

Ward, Teresa 112 

Warden, Everett 97 

Warden, Joel 84 

Warden, Marc 84 

Warren, Cynthia 112 

Wassenberg, Paillette 97 

Watkins, Charles 97 

Watson, Melody 84 

Watson, Susan 84 

Watts, Becky 97 

Watts, Monte 115 

Wealand, Kerry 84 

Weatherby, Don 93, 100 

Weaver, Kathy 97 

Webb, James 84 

Webb, Virginia 97 

Wedekind, Randy 84 

Wedel, Todd 84 

Wehry, Lori 97 

Welch, Nola 84 

Wells, Jody 24, 84, 26 

Wernert, Glenda 115 

Wert, Teresa 112 

West, Cindy 97 

West, Martin 58, 97 

West, Melinda 84 

Westerfield, Theresa 30, 53, 97 

Westfahl, Sandra 84 

Westfall, Rusty 112 

Weyrauch, Christa 84 

Whaley, Greg 115 

Wheeler, Janis 84 

Whipple, Pamela 97 

Whitaker, Pamela 

Whitchurch, Crystal 84 

Whltcomb, David 84 

Whitcomb, Sue 84 

White, Cinda 1 12 

White, Darren 7, 18, 58, 59, 97 

White, Deann 85 

White, Doug 85, 92 

White, Lee 115 



White, Wayne 97 
Whitehead, Joanne 85 
Whltehill, Betsy 97 
Whiteside, Daniel 85 
Whiteside, Debra 85 
Whiteside, Gayla 97 
Whiteside, Muriel 112 
Whiteside, Rick 97 
Whitney, Jay 85 
Whitt, Dorothy 112 
Wilcox, Sylvia 
Wildin, Ted 85 
Wller, Tera 47 
Wiles, Kelly 85 
Wilkerson, Wallace 85 
Willhite, Kenneth 97 
Williams, Carey 98 
Williams, Carol 98 
Williams, Cathy 85 
Williams, Debbie 112 
Williams, Deborah 85 
Williams, Kenneth 98 
Williams, Lola 85 
Williams, Marilyn 98 
Williams, Mychael 12, 27, 85 
Williams, Sandra 85 
Williams, Susan 98 
Wills, Randy 98 
Wilson, Annie 98 
Wilson, Carla 85 
Wilson, Cash 115 
Wilson, Cheryl 98 
Wilson, David 104 
Wilson, Diane 85 
Wilson, Donnie 25, 85 
Wilson, Jimmy 85 
Wilson, John 98 
Wilson, Karla 98 
Wilson, Mary 98 
Wilson, Paula 85 
Wilson, Rebecca 85, 112 
Wilson, Shirley 85 
Wilson, Stacy 85 
Wilson, Stuart 112 
Wilson, Thad 
Wilson, Tonya 85 
Wilson, Twila 58, 85 
Wilwand, Garth 85 
Wimberly, Dana 85 
Winn, Martha 116 
Winzer, Denise 86 
Wise, Frank 104 
Witter, Debbie 112 
Wolf, Darl 112 
Wolf, Robin 86 
Wolfe, Jamie 86 
Wolke, Brent 9, 86 
Wood, Beverley 86 
Wood, Arthur 104 
Woods, Kevin 86 
Worrell, Kevin 86 
Wright, Gee 7, 98 
Wright, Mark 86 
Wright, Mary 86 
Wurtz, Mike 116 
Wyart, Stan 25, 86 



Yazzie, Gina 86 
Yeager, Martin 98 
Yock, Alan 98 
Yoder, Troy 104 
Young, Brad 112 
Young, Cathy 112 
Young, Elizabeth 112 
Yousefi, Teresa 112 



Zaire, Zerynthia 98 
Zaldivar, David 86 
Zaman, Mahbub 86 
Zaman, Mirega 86 
Ziba, Chrissy 40, 86 
Zieman, Susan 104 
Zlmmer, Beth 98 
Zimmerman, Richard 104 
Zimmerman, Susan 104 
Zink, Mark 112 
Zokaei, Afsaro 86 
Zokael, Yazdl 86 
Zollinger, Candice 86 
Zonoozi, Farhang 115 
Zuk, Janice 98 
Zwahl, Brenda 104 



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More 

Great Moments 



Spring 

Silly 

Season 

Starts 



BETS ARE SEALED with 
handshakes by David Hinnen 
and Mike Balzer as Bud Higgs 
observes. Lower left, Doug 
White misses a catch on the 
first day of spring training. 
Right, Julio Webb cleans the 
pie-smeared face of Ron 
"Scooter" Dean. Dean is 
shown on the cover winning 
the cafeteria pie-eating con- 
test. 



. .1... 






Lion Has History 



Members of the drama department presented the 
historical play, "The Lion in Winter," at the end of 
the first semester with Larry Peters directing. 

The plot concerns the story of the struggle for 
power in the royal family of Henry II. He plots and 
deals to leave his sons with a balance of power which 
keeps his kingdom in one piece. Henry IPs marriage 
with Eleanor of Aquitaine crumbles and in Eleanor's 
place is Alais, a young French princess. Alais is be- 
trothed to John, the youngest of Henry's sons. The 
wedding has not taken place since she is mistress to 
Henry. Phillip, the king of France, comes to England 
demanding the marriage take place. Thus the stage is 
set as three sons vie for power, Eleanor pushes for 
Richard, the eldest son, for king, Phillip deals for his 
sister to be wed, Alais fights to be with her Lover, 
Henry, and Henry battles them all. 

The cast members, all students on campus, and the 
roles they played included: 

Henry II, Scott Dean Kitzenberger 
Alais, a French princess, Elizabeth Cott 
John (youngest son), Peter Wayne Henderson 
Geoffrey (middle son), David Erwin Leeper 
Richard Lionheart (oldest son), Robert Blanken 
Eleanor of Aquitaine (Henry's wife), Pat Burch Phil- 
lip, King of France, Jack Smith 

Stephen M. Johnson was assistant director of the 
play. 

"The Lion in Winter" was presented on the Fine 
Arts stage for its three production nights. 



HENRY II AND ELEANOR of Aquitaine reminisce about the early years of their 
marriage. LOWER LEFT, the royal family welcomes Prince Phillip. RIGHT, Eleanor 
comforts her troubled son, John. 




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'Tom' Spans Ages 



"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer's" BCCC,s chil- 
dren's production spanned the ages and audiences 
very well, commented Larry Peters, theater director. 
"This show transcended to adult audiences better than 
most children shows." 

Peters, director of theater for five years, says that he 
is doing what he always wanted to do: "The most 
important thing to me is the educational opportunities 
it offers to our students in theater production and the 
growth and challenges they experience." 





Mark Twain Narrator - 

Smith 
The Reverend — Robert Blanken 
Sereny Harper — Elizabeth Cott 
Susan Harper — Mellisa Unger 
Joe Harper — Morey Balzer 
Ben Rogers — Spencer Guoladdle 
Amy Lawrence— Maia E. Harms 
Huckleberry Finn — Stephen 

Johnston 
Sid Sawyer and Lawyer Larson — 

Harold Stewart 
Muff Potter - Matt Krause 
Injun Joe — Marty West 
Doc Robinson and Judge Thatcher 

— Ron Johnston 
Becky Thatcher — Chrissy Ziba 
Tom Sawyer — Art Tighe 
Alfred Temple — David Heinrich 
Aunt Polly - Pat Burch 
Dobbns and Sheriff — Ted 

Sullivan 
Lawyer Riverson — Peter 

Henderson 



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Peterson Produces Own Show, 'First Boy' 



"A nice realization of a dream," commented Robert Peter- 
son, playwright and director of "First Boy," presented dur- 
ing the spring semester. Peterson found less pressure in 
producing his own show, for he didnot have to interpret 
another author's ideas and characters. 

The play was based on six years in the life of the son of a 
fictional president of the United States. 

All the action of the play took place in Alex's room in the 
White House because it was his story and unfolded in his 
world. 



Cast members included David Heinrich who protrayed 
Alex; Michelle Banks as Jayne Harris; Nelson Warren as 
Father Johanmeyer; David Leeper as Joe; Peter Albright as 
Don Manford; Bill Hoffman as Hans; Art Tighe as Fritz; Todd 
Schwartz as Hardin; Don Gilliland as Becannon; Lee Dowers 
as Johnson; Pearl Reiswig as Thomas; Gina Austin as Holly 
Hoy; Elizabeth Cott as Marcia Kaye; Shelly Crawford as 
Regina Marie; Michelle Nolan as the newscaster. 

Lisa Rush was the stage manager. 



TOP LEFT, the Secret Service escorts the drunken father. BOTTOM LEFT, Fritz 
and Hans discover Father on the bed. RIGHT, Holly Hoy takes Alex to her heart. 




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Jamie Holland 
. . Going For It 






Grizzlies Have Winning Season 
Running For Honor 



Paced by a freshman oriented team, the Grizzly runners 
had a powerful season. During the indoor season the track 
team did a good job. The season began on a positive note at 
the KU All Comers meet in Lawrence. One person qualified 
for Nationals, Vincent Scott in the long jump with a leap of 
23'3 1 / 2 . 

Coach John Francis said, "I am satisfied with everyone's 
performance. We have an exceptional team with many class 
kids on it." 

The Grizzlis later qualified several for the national Indoor 
at Champaign II. Mark Anderson was first in the 1000 yard 
run with a time of 2.13. Henry Ford won the high jump with 
a 7'2" jump. The two mile relay team of Tom Ridder, 
Tyrone Forbes, Donnie Wilson, and Anderson took first with 
a school record time of 7:42.78. Others placing at the meet 
included: Jamie Holland; long jump, fifth, 23'7 1 /2"; and 



Ford; fourth, 23' 3 /4"; Derek Cole; third, in the 60 yard 
hurdles with a time of 7.61. Forbes did not place at the meet, 
but set a school record in the 600 yard run with a time of 
1:12.19. 

By the time the outdoor season came rolling along the 
Grizzlies were red hot. The Grizzlies never placed, as a team, 
less than third place. 

There were four All-Americans this year; Cole, Holland, 
Forbes, Anderson. 

Those qualifying for nationals outdoor at San Angelo, Tx. 
were Anderson, 800m, mile relay; Cole, 110m hurdles, 
400m relay; Byron Davis, 400m relay, mile relay; Forbes, 
400m, mile relay; Ford, high and long jump; Holland, 100m, 
400m relay; Scott 400m relay; Wilson, mile relay. 

Leading the pack in the photo below is Ail-American 
Derek Cole showing his great style. 




MIKE MCINERNEY (top photo) is going all the way up in the pole vault 
competition. Below, Vincent Scott, at an indoor meet, is pushing the 
runners. Jeff Becker cuts loose with old heave-ho at an indoor meet. 



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: 




CHARLOTTE PURCELL, women's track team member, 
shows her persistent stride as she rounds the corner in the 
relay. An exhausted Terri Hormel finishes her leg in the 
women's relay. 





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Everyone's A Winner, 
Good And Getting Better 



This was a year for school records to be broken and set. 
That is exactly what the Lady Grizzlies team did. 

The women's team sent two to the National Indoor meet 
at Champaign II., Tammy Martin; 60 yard hurdles and Steph- 
anie Travinchek in the shot put.Travinchek became the first 
Lady Grizzly ever to win a national title, throwing a 42 1 A" in 
the shot put. 

The spring season was a time of tribulation; some of the 
meets were cancelled. Despite the hard times the women did 
a good job. The WSU relays was a great moment for break- 
ing school records. Charlette Purcell placed fourth in the 



800m run, but, set a school record of 2:32.5 and Tammy 
Hodges, Martin, Kay Ross, Purcell placed seventh in the 
400m relay, but set a record of 52.9. The Jayhawk Confer- 
ence meet was a time for setting school records; Becky 
Alpers ran an astonishing 11:09 in the 3000m run, placing 
first to be named a conference champion, and she set a 
record in the 1500m run, 5:05.36 taking second place, and a 
20:09 in the 5000m, school record. Kay Ross set records in 
the 200m dash and the 100m dash, 26.2, 12.5, respectively. 
Travinchek will represent BCCC at the Nationals Outdoor 
in San Angelo, Texas. 






COMPLETING HER TURN in the relay is distance runner Jody Wells while 
her teammates on the bench, Sean Fox and Robert Johnson, look on to 



make sure that she runs out her leg. The women had the most highly 
successful season in women's track history at BCCC. 



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NCENTRA- 
ammy Hodges warms up 
next race. 



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144 





Baseball Ends 16-10 
Despite Problems 



The Grizzly baseball team ended its season with a 16 
and 10 record after having to undergo some major 
changes mid-season when head coach Phil Anderson 
resigned under pressure. 

Anderson resigned, packed up, and left the same day 
leaving the team with Vernon Orndorff, parttime assis- 
tant coach. Anderson was also the college's athletic 
director. The administration appointed Rob Bolks as 
head coach and he continued the season with Orndorff 
staying on as assistant coach. 

The Grizzlies went into the conference tournament as 
number one seed but finished fourth in the actual play. 

Joel Basinger led the batting with an average of .404 
followed by Cory Lewis with .385. Three pitchers, 
Chuck Vaught, Rick Hess, and Jerry Krueger had per- 
centages of .750. 

Team members included; Mike Buss, Cory Lewis, 
Mike Stephens, Doug White, Jerry Krueger, Mitch Ben- 
ton, Rick Schroeder, Joel Basinger, Jeff Johnson, Kyle 
Orndorff, Tony Reynolds, Kent Jost, Scott Sherman, 
John Oberlechner, Ron Foster, Chuck Vaught, Rick 
Hess, Scott Cain, Jerry Krueger, John Seaton, Ed Ket- 
ley, Fred Oberlechner, Darren Stroud, Kyle Orndorff. 

The baseballers travelled to Arizona for spring prac- 
tice with then head coach Anderson. Reportedly some 
of Anderson's problems with the administration 
stemmed from this trip and complaints from team mem- 
bers about expense money, how it was gained and how it 
was spent. 

The Board of Trustees had only the prior spring 
elevated Anderson to the athletic director position. 



CHUCK VAUGHT pitches the way to another victory for the Grizzlies. 
Hanging tough in solidarity for the team are (front row) Kent Jost, (left 
to right) Kyle Orndorff, Doug White and Rick Schroeder who pose for 
teammate photographer Jerry Krueger. 



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Softball Finishes 12-7 



The women's Softball team finished the year with a record 
of 12 and 7 under the direction of Coach Debbie Sawtelle. 

"We started out really great this season with wins over St. 
John's and Hesston. I have been really pleased with our 
pitching and hitting," said Coach Sawtelle. 

Two of the more spectacular wins included those over 
Garden City with 22-9 and 18 and 1. 

The team was a young squad with only three sophomores. 
This fact should warrant a strong team for next year also the 
coach pointed out. 



WOMEN'S SOFTBALL squad members include (bottom row 
from left) Barbara Reidmiller, Melanie Crow, Alyson Neely, 
Becky Barnett. Top row, Jo Stuber, Wanda Parker, Kathy 
Metz, Brenda Walton, Jon Bohannon, Valerie Dukat, Kathleen 
Gutierrez, Coach Debbie Sawtelle. UPPER PHOTO, Jo Stuber 
and Alyson Neely wait for their game to start. 








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IjpOft/ Ollie Isom ready for 

^ — retirement as CC coach 

Anderson resigns r . f , . 

, f ° Grizzly harriers 

because ot 2nd in meet 

money SCandal Young team to compete 

Track team excels at national me/ " 




Ex-Georgia player signs 

Gerald Browner, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound Atlanta athlete who was one of the most 
highly recruited prep defensive players in the nation a year ago, has signed a letter of 
intent to play football at the College. 

Browner plans to start classes at the College this summer, a school spokesman said. 



Tennis team starts practice 

Team "a lot stronger" 

Spring season busy 
for all Grizzlies 

Lady Grizzlies make 
playoffs, lose to Barton 



Two place at Rodeo 

Two members of the College rodeo team placed at Southwestern Oklahoma State 
University, Wetherford, Okla., at the rodeo held there Thursday through Saturday. 

Troy Hedrick placed third in team with Brian Shirley, Dodge City Community 
College with a time of Beven seconds. The winning time in this event was 6.3 seconds, 
with 67 teams competing. 

Gayle Osbom won fifth place in the barrel racing competition with a time of 16,9 
seconds. The times were extremely close, with the winning time being 16.8 seconds. 

The team will be competing at Fort Hays State University Friday through Sunday 
and complete their spring season at Dodge City Community College May 6 through 8. 



Men lose final heartbreaker 




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Netters Improve 



The 1983 season of the men's and women's 
tennis teams cannot be looked upon as a "let- 
down." It was not that bad of a season consid- 
ering. Considering what? Considering that the 
weather was so bad that the players had to 
practice in the snow; or could not practice for 
nearly a week because of rain. And considering 
the lose of two "hopefuls" from the team. 

Head coach Curt Shipley said of the season, 
"It was the kind of season that you can't com- 
plain about. We lost some matches that we 
should have won. But, I feel good that each one 
of the players on the team improved their game 
throughout the season." 

The team's overall record was 3 wins and 4 
loses. And Roger Joyce, who played at the 
number one position throughout the year, was 
the only member of the team to compile a 
winning personal record (6 wins, 3 loses). 

The men's tennis team consisted of Roger 
Joyce, Monte Watts, Tony Brewster, Tim Wal- 
ters, Chris Heidebrecht, Chris Birdwell, and 
Robert Hoover. The women's team was made 
up of Stephanie Shipley, Lenda Sheriff, Anita 
Jacob, and Denise Winzer. Curt Shipley was 
the head coach and Lynn Havel was the assis- 
tant coach. 



ROGER JOYCE (topi hits a forehan . . 
Joyce played number one singles and doubles for 
the Grizzlies Bottom, Chris Birdwell prepares to 
make a return of serve Birdwell played number six 
singles and number three doubles during the season. 




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TIM WALTERS (top left) prepares for the hit. Top right, Chris 
Heidebrecht hits a forehand. Bottom right, head coach Curt 
Shipley offers his advice during a match. Bottom left, Roger 
Joyce puts the ball in play with a serve. 





Going All The Way 



At the end of the Grizzlies golf season, the team had 
produced a conference champion, Curt Pruitt. The team 
finished second overall in the Jayhawk juco conference. 

The team had a very good fall season. At the first meet at 
the Cloud County Invitational the Grizzlies finished an awe- 
some first place out of thirteen teams with Thad Purslow 
taking second place medalists honors. The first conference 
meet was held at Hutchinson where the Grizzles came out 
with a disappointing third place finish with Curt Pruitt bring- 
ing home the silver medal. 

After Christmas break the Grizzly golfers were looking 
forward to a good spring season. But, when the Grizzlies 
traveled to Fort Smith, Arkansas, they did not expect to 
place a disillusioned fourth place. When they returned to 
Kansas they had some real good meets never finishing less 
than second place. Curt Pruitt took home three first place 
medals during the spring season. 

Two Grizzlies Thad Purslow and Jamie Wolfe will be 
representing the Grizzlies at nationals in LeHigh, Florida. 

Felix Adams coached the linksmen. 



WATER REFLECTION: Dave Sooby gets ready to drive across 
the hazard of a pond. Golf team members include front row from 
left, Jamie Wolfe, Dave Sooby, Dennis Nelson, Curt Pruitt. Back 
row, Thad Purslow, Kurt Mode, Joel Johnson. 




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GOLF 




Tournament 


Place 


Cloud Inv. 


1st 


Hutchinson 


3rd 


Barton Inv. 


1st 


Garden City 


2nd 


Kansas City 


2nd 


Dodge City Inv. 


1st 


Fort Smith Ark. Inv. 


4th 


Butler Inv. 




Johnson County 


2nd 


Dodge City 


2nd 


Butler County 


2nd 


Region VI 


2nd 




F 



, 



HITTING OUT of a jam, Curt Pruitt 
eyes the green during a conference 
golf round. 






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fc^r. 





Springtime 
Intramurals 

The most popular game in town 
during the spring semester was any 
intramural game that was going on. 
UPPER LEFT, ace outfielder Brent 
Cottrell waits for the action to begin in 
a softball game. UPPER RIGHT, Dave 
Coble thinks he has a birdie if he could 
just find the ball which Jerry Quick is 
standing on. LOWER LEFT, Jay Os- 
borne tries for a double play as Dale 
Pauly is out at first. 



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RICK REMSBERG SHOOTS for the side pocket as Mike 
Balzer waits his turn in intramurals pool. 




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Intramurals End With Successful Season 



Softball and basketball tied for first in intramural student participation with 128 students involved in each. 424 students were 
involved in spring intramurals, twice as many as in the fall, totaling 652. 

The intramurals All-Star award is given to the twelve students who have earned the most points throughout the entire year. 
This year's All-Stars were Ken Palmer, Robert Hoover, Jeff Nachbor, Dion Noblitt, Rick Remsberg, John Guinotte, Keith 
Leddy, Mark Berenson, Jim Kitch, Dave Mellinger, David Scott Coble, and Eugene Pascal. Gold shirts were awarded to high 
scorers. 

Rough-n-Rowdy placed first in the softball tournament with an 8-1 series. Members included Keith Leddy, Teresa Rowland, 
Kathy Weaver, Janice Martin, Dale Pauly, Jeff Neighbor, Brent Wolke, Jim Kitch, Andy Massoth, Lavina Moore, Rick Siebert, 
Mike Kerns, Billy Cotton, Mark Berenson, and Wendy Tannahill. 

The Silver Bullets including captain Lenda Sheriff, Carla Hinz, Kelly Duvanel, Becky Barnett, Diane Alexander, Cynthia 
Thrasher, and Melisa Unger dribbled their way to first place in the women's basketball intramurals. Brent Cottrell's team (Brett 
Adair, Brian Rehm, Kurt McCune, John Alley, Rick Smith, Scott Kiser, and Jeff Martin) won first place in the men's division. 

Mixed league bowling winners were Tim Guinotte, John Guinotte, and Jeanette Malone. John scored high series; Joan Dains, 
women. Spencer Guoladdle had high ame for men; women, Jackie Fischel. Jackie and John Beal won mixed doubles. Jay 
Osborne and Scott Sherman shot to win the doubles pool championship. Mike Buss won the singles trophy. 

Ken Palmer was the singles table tennis champion. Momin Mahmud won the singles badminton. Joe Heenen was intramurals 
golf champion. 



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IBp* 



INTRAMURAL ALL-STARS 
sport their newly-won T-shirts 
and celebrate their victories. 
UPPER RIGHT, ping pong 
power Ken Palmer wins his 
singles game. LOWER LEFT, 
Dion Noblitt recovers on the 
floor from a rousing basket- 
ball game while Jackie Ben- 
nett keeps score. 



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156 




School 

Holds 

Space Expo 

The second annual excursion 
into history was held at BCCC in 
late April. The program included 
speakers with other events going 
on at the same time. 

Included in the program were ex- 
hibits from the Smithsonian Insti- 
tute; ten films on various facets of 
flight and current space explora- 
tion; original balloons, kites, and 
artwork by faculty and students 
from BCCC; civilian, military, and 
experimental aircraft. 

The 125th Observation Squad- 
ron had a reunion throughout the 
day at the Elks lodge in El Dorado. 

Other special events such as 
parachute jumps were cancelled 
because of adverse weather. 

LEFT PAGE: Upper 1., Suzie Gordon is 
recognized for coordinating the exposition. 
Upper r., Stephen Hawley, NASA astronaut 
and astrophysicist speaks at the Expo. Low- 
er, The smallest plane at the affair. THIS 
PAGE: Upper, A model of the space shuttle. 
Lower, Wesley's life watch helicopter stayed 
close in case of accidents. 




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Talent- 
Show 



BRENT COTTRELL, Rick 
Schroeder, John Oberlechner, 
Cary Lewis, Fred Oberlechner, 
and Doug White perform at the 
talent show presented by Delta 
Psi Omega. 

DOUG WHITE performs a magic 
act. 




158 




EMITTING AND EMOTING are Butler's varied stars in the cam- 
pus talent show. Upper left, Marty West is giving a dramatic 
reading. Upper right, Matt Krause and David Heinrich perform an 
unique "air band" routine. Lower photo, Robert Johnson takes the 
spotlight while singing a solo. 



159 



BCCC students received many trophies, 
awards, and certificates throughout the year. 

PAULA HARMS became the new Miss Butler 
County 1983 and earned the opportunity to com- 
pete at the Miss Kansas Pageant held in Pratt. 

JEFF NOLL earned a first place finish in the 
Employment Interview Contest- Crop Production 
Division while competing in the National Postse- 
condary Agricultural Student organization Confer- 
ence in Sioux City, South Dakota. 

SHELLY HODGES was named the top judge at 
the World Quarter Horse Show in Oklahoma City 
competing on Butler's judging team. 

JOE LINOT, SHELLY HODGES, SCOTT 
GRYDER, and KENT McCUNE, members of the 
college's judging team, took first place at the 
World Quarter Horse Show held in Oklahoma 
City. 

LESMES BOADA and MITCH FABRY took 
two first places in the Kansas Association of Jour- 
nalism Advisers (KAJA) contests April 22 in 
Hutchinson. 

BUTCH BERRY and EARL WALKER were 
named to the All-Jayhawk JuCo Conference team 
in basketball. 




STEPHANIE TRAVINCHEK became the first 
Lady Grizzly ever to win a national title with a 
school record throw in the shot put. 

The men's indoor track team captured sixth 
place at the National Indoor Meet held in Cham- 
paign, Illinois. Five members of the team won 
national titles. 

MARK ANDERSON was first in the 100 yard 
run. 

HENRY FORD won the high jump with a l n A" 
leap. 

TOM RIDDER, TYRONE FORBES, DONNIE 
WILSON, and MARK ANDERSON, members of 
the two-mile relay team, took first with a school 
record time of 7:42.78. 

CURT PRUITT won the conference golf title 
and was named to the All-Conference team. 




Graduates Look 
To Future 

On May 14, nearly 500 Butler County 
Community College students walked across 
the stage to receive their diplomas. Gradu- 
ates, faculty, family, and friends packed the 
fieldhouse for the commencement ceremo- 
nies. 

Frank Gaines, 16th District state senator 
from Augusta, gave the commencement ad- 
dress after being introduced by President 
Carl Heinrich. 

Keith Martin, chairman of the Board of 
Trustees, presented the class members with 
their degrees. 

Special music was performed by BCCC's 
brass ensemble, the college choir, and the 
ladies' ensemble. 



GRADUATES, family, and friends, upper right, pack the gymnasium for the 
commencement exercises. Lower left, Julie Crawford receives congratulations from 
Dr. Carl Heinrich. Lower right, Mr. Gayle Krause presents members of the Class of 
1983. 



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The Graduates, Class Of 1983 



ORDER OF THE PURPLE 
Peter M. Albright, A.A. 
Holly D. Allen, A.A. 
Deborah K. Anderson, A.A. 
Kerri L. Atwood, A.A. 
Lydia J. Ballin, A.A. 
Joel L. Basinger, A.A. 
Jeffrey S. Becker, A.A. 
Jill M. Braddy, A.A. 
Tammy L. Cabrales, A.A. 
Cathleen M. Cannady, A.A. 
Denise E. Claassen, A.A.S. 
Linda L. Cook, A.A. 
Lori A. Cook, A.A.S. 
Jeraldine R. Cooper, A.A. 
Brian D. Coryell, A.A.S. 
Brent Cottrell, A.A. 
Renae M. Cranston, A.A. 
Shelley J. Crawford, A.A. 
Randy D. Crowley, A.A.S. 
Jeannie G. Culver, A.A. 
Bradley S. Davenport, A.A. 
Joyce V. Davison, A.A. 
Kimberly L. Dean, A.A. 
Carlene M. Dillner, A.A. 
Velda M. Draper, A.A. 
Cynthia S. Dunlavy, A.A. 
Lori A. Embree, A.A. 
Emma K. Finey, A.A. 
Teresa A. Flickinger, A.A. 
Dennis E. Flynn, A.A. 
Timothy L. Gfeller, A.A. 
Katherine E. Griggs, A.A. 
David M. Halstead, A.A. 
Dala D. Hamilton, A.A. 
Paula L. Harms, A.A. 
David S. Heinrich, A.A. 
Cynthia J. Hicks, A.A. 
Deborah K. Hicks, A.A. 
Jack W. Hogan, Jr., A.A. 
Sandy J. Houser, A.A. 
Beth E. Hurley, A.A. 
Brenda J. Johnson, A.A. 
Nancy E. Johnson, A.A. 
Russell P. Johnson, A.A.S. 
Eva A. Jones, A.A. 
Roger N. Joyce, A.A. 
George E. Ketley II, A.A.S. 
Sherri L. Klassen, A.A. 
Kari L. Kleinschrodt, A.A. 
Harold H. Kling, A.A.S. 
Susan M. Larson, A.A. 
Taylor L. Levins, A.A. 



Nancy L. Lewis, A.A. 
Joseph F. Linot Jr., A.A. 
Rita M. Linot, A.A. 
Melissa K. Lockard, A.A. 
David J. Lytle, A.A. 
Dung T. Ma, A.A.S. 
Shirley A. Madison, A.A. 
Kristi Martin, A.A. 
Lawrence E. Mayfield, A.A.S. 
James R. McCaffree, A.A. 
Michael G. McCune, A.A.S. 
Diane M. McDonough, A.A. 
Cindy L. McGraw, A.A.S. 
Patty R. Melega, A.A. 
Douglas D. Mitchell, A.A. 
Joseph A. Mitchell, A.A.S. 
Sandra A. Morrison, A.A. 
Tong B. Nguyen, A.A. 
Lee A. Oursler, A.A. 
Cheryl A. Pelaccio, A.A. 
Kathy R. Polk, A.A. 
Darla J. Reimer, A.A. 
Kay E. Renstrom, A.A. 
Lisa A. Rush, A.A. 
Rachel G. Seager, A.A. 
Rebecca D. Shadoin, A.A. 
Stephanie J. Shipley, A.A. 
Holly J. Shropshire, A.A. 
Karen L. Sommerhauser, A.A. 
Debra R. Sparks, A.A. 
Steven L. Starkel, A.A. 
Kerry M. Stine, A.A.S. 
Patricia A. Summers, A.A. 
Julie A. Teter, A.A.S. 
Karen J. Tobin, A.A. 
Tod A. Trekell, A.A. 
Be Van Troung, A.A. 
Andrea Turner, A.A. 
Margaret L. Utter, A.A. 
Charles F. Vaught, A.A. 
Deborah J. Voisin, A.A.S. 
Brenda J. Walton, A.A. 
Martin A. West, A.A. 
Susan M. Williams, A.A. 
Janice L. Zuk, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES 
David C. Ade, A.A. 
Lana K. Agard, A.A. 
Martin D. Atherton, A.A. 
Michel E. Bamford, A.A. 
Helen F. Bender, A.A. 
Katharine J. Biggs, A.A. 



Deborah J. Bishop, A.A. 
Cyril O. Boboye, A.A. 
Julianna E. Bolotov, A.A. 
Joel L. Bond, A.A.S. 
Cris E. Boyce, A.A. 
Tony R. Brewster, A.A. 
Danny J. Bruch, A.A.S. 
Janice D. Buchanan, A.A. 
Marjorie F. Call, A.A. 
Lisa M. Campbell, A.A. 
Mark L. Carroll, A.A. 
Harlan D. Chaplin, A.A.S. 
Rodger L. Charles, A.A. 
Michael S. Chilcott, A.S. 
Derek C. Cole, A.A. 
Ruth A. Collins, A.A. 
Brent D. Cottrell, A.A. 
Julis E. Crawford, A.A. 
Melanie J. Crow, A.A. 
Patrick D. Cubbage, A.A. 
Walter D. Davenport, A.A.S. 
Ronald D. Dean, A.A. 
Brenda K. Dehlinger, A.A. 
Russell E. Denton, A.A.S. 
James H. Dienst, A.A. 
William P. Doornoos, A.A. 
Michael L. Dowers, A.A.S. 
Lee S. Dudick, A.A. 
Terry L. Edwards, A.A. 
Melody G. Embree, A.A. 
Mitchell L. Fabry, A.A. 
Robert L. Fisher, A.A.S. 
Tim J. Fitzgerald, A.A.S. 
Melinda S. Frost, A.A. 
E. Lee Gage, Jr., A.A. 
Steven E. Geffre, A.A. 
Heather L. George, A.A. 
Terri L. Gooding, A.A. 
Darrell D. Gray 
Kathy A. Gray, A.A. 
Dee Ann Griffith, A.A. 
Lee Ann Griffith, A.A. 
Anna M. Gudenkauf, A.A. 
John H. Guinotte, A.A.S. 
Timothy P. Guinotte, A.A.S. 
Jerri A. Haines, A.A. 
Roger E. Halley, A.A. 
Cherie R. Hamilton, A.A. 
Christoer Heidebrecht, A.A. 
Grant Helferich, A.A. 
Elizabeth Herrmann, A.A. 
Richard C. Hess, A.A. 
Ruth E. Hetherington, A.A. 



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James F. Heyman, A.A. 
Leanne E. Hillwig, A.A. 
Dan E. Hilyard, A.A.S. 
Joseph E. Hoffman, A.A. 
Janet E. Johnson, A.A. 
Robert E. Johnson, A.A. 
Karen S. Jones, A.A. 
William H. Jones, Jr., A.A.S. 
James B. Keesling, A.A. 
Susan J. Kelley, A.A. 
Marwan M. Kharoufeh, A.A.S. 
Danette D. King, A.A. 
Matthew W. Krause, A.A. 
Kathleen J. Kuntz, A.A. 
Quy T. Le, A.A. 
Debra S. Lehman, A.A.S. 
Cary L. Lewis, A.A. 
Ralph L. Lilley, Jr., A.A. 
Brian E. Lindsey, A.A.S. 
Robert L. Longnecker, A.A.S. 
Bernadette Lopez, A.A. 
Nancy J. Loucks, A.A. 
Susan K. Maack, A.A. 
Tracey S. Maddux, A.A. 
Tammy R. Martin, A.A. 
Marilyn J. McElroy, A.A. 
Monte R. McKee, A.A. 
Sharon J. McVicar, A.A. 
Lori F. Merwin, A.A. 
James M. Miller, A.A. 
Robert A. Minard, A.A.S. 
Beverly S. Mitchell, A.A. 
Reva M. Moore, A.A. 
Tim I. Morton, A.A. 
Karen L. Naugle, A.A. 
Sandra K. Nesler, A.A. 
Bradford L. Neighbors, A.A. 
Hal L. Neukirch, A.A. 
Carrie M. Nolan, A.A. 
Frederik H. Oberlechner, A.A. 
John C. Oberlechner, A.A. 
Nancy R. Ott, A.A. 
C. Eugene Paschal, A.A. 
Donna R. Patterson, A.A. 
Todd A. Patterson, A.A.S. 
David P. Pennington, A.A. 
Thomas E. Perkins, A.A. 
Randy L. Phares, A.A. 
David S. Plummer, A.A. 
Carolyn J. Powell, A.A.S. 
Vicki D. Rew, A.A. 
Rodney Reynolds, A.A.S. 
Tammi S. Rhodes, A.A. 
Paul H. Ridder, A.A. 
Paula J. Riner, A.A. 
Bruce A. Roll, A.A. 
David A. Rush, A.A.S. 
Michael P. Ryan, A.A.S. 
Robert E. Scanlon, A.A. 
Theresa M. Schneider, A.A. 
Lenda Sheriff, A.A. 
Nellie M. Smith, A.A. 



James M. Speer, A.A. 
Lisa C. Stalcup, A.A. 
Gina K. Starkey, A.A. 
Robert A. Stebbins II, A.A. 
Michael J. Stephens, A.A. 
Rickie D. Stephens, A.A.S. 
Ricky W. Stevenson, A.A.S. 
Thomas Strickland, A.A.S. 
Jolita Stuber, A.A. 
Kym K. Taylor, A.A. 
Cynthia A. Thrasher, A.A. 
Laurie A. Van Nice, A.A. 
Earl J. Walker, A.A. 
Tonita G. Walter, A.A. 
Becky J. Watts, A.A. 
Donald W. Weatherby, A.A. 
Kathy A. Weaver, A.A. 
Glenda D. Wernert, A.A. 
Gregory T. Whaley, A.A. 
Cheryl A. Wilson, A.A. 
Mary M. Wilson, A.A. 
Thad L. Wilson, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES-McCONNELL 

Nelia M. Andrews, A.A. 

Robert L. Baldwin, A.A.S. 

Robert M. Barrett, A.A.S. 

Edward C. Bertels, A.A.S. 

William H. Bock, A.A.S. 

Harold E. Brotemarkle, A.A. 

Michael Bursey, A.A. 

Jeanne K. Cleary, A.A. 

Stephen M. Cochrane, A.A. 

Robert D. Conger, A.A.S. 

Jackie D. Deatherage, A.A. 

Michael E. Durham, A.A. 

Merle E. Engle, A.A.S. 

David M. Falconer, A.A. 

Cheryl L. Fellows, A.A. 

Phyllis L. Flott, A.A. 

George L. Glover, A.A. 

David C. Grewe, A.A. 

Herman Haaziq, A.A.S. 

Dale L. Hall, A.A. 

Toni M. Halstead, A.A. 

Bobby J. Harlan, A.A. 

Ronald A. Hawkins, A.A. 

Mitchell W. Hendrix, A.A. 

Daniel A. Hickman, A.A. 

Carl G. Hodges, Jr., A.A.S. 

Isador Holland, A.A.S. 

Billy W. Howell, A.A. 

Ralph A. Hull, Jr., A.A. 

Scott S. Jacobsen, A.A. 

Peter W. Janssen, A.A. 

Stephen K. Johnson, A.A. 

James P. Jordan, A.A. 

Michael A. Keller, A.A. 

William B. Krueger, A.A. 

Curtis A. Kuntz, A.A.S. 

Gerald D. Lampe, A.A.S. 

Danny L. Lee, A.A. 



Donald S. Luse, A.A.S. 
Steven W. Meyers, A.A. 
Henry F. Monton, A.A. 
Allan R. Parsell, A.A. 
Kimberly R. Penn, A.A. 
Terry L. Reeves, A.A. 
Steve A. Rhyne, A.A.S. 
Philip A. Russell, A.A. 
Steven L. Shores, A.A.S. 
Catherine L. Short, A.A. 
Charles L. Spiegel, Jr., A.A. 
Mansel E. Spurlock, A.A. 
Victor A. Straub, A.A. 
Edward Templin, A.A.S. 
Marilyn Templin, A.A.S. 
William P. Wade, A.A. 
Lisa L. Walling, A.A. 
Willie Whitaker, A.A. 
Curtis A. Wilson, A.A. 
Lorena K. Woolsey, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES 
SCHWEITER TECHNICAL SCHOOL 
Roger D. Carrender, A.A.S. 
David M. Chadick, A.A.S. 
Paul D. Cobb, A.A.S. 
Martin W. Coons, A.A.S. 
John C. Fowler, A.A.S. 
Bill L. Huston, A.A.S. 
Paul L. Knight, A.A.S. 
Gerald Leithoff, A.A.S. 
Steven R. Nicholas, A.A.S. 
Wendell A. Peete, A.A.S. 
Charles L. Rogers, A.A.S. 
James H. Switzer, A.A.S. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
DIVISION CERTIFICATES 

David W. Carroll 

Carl F. Cox 

Steven L. Hicks 

William J. Krug 

James R. Lawrence 

Jeffery S. McLean 

Stephen S. Moore 

Kasey Neighbors 

Travis L. Pruitt 

Eric C. Ruge 

Dale R. Schimpf II 

Mike B. Sears 

Ricky L. Stever 

James M. Troutt 

Everett E. Warden 

Jimm L. Wilson 



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Great Moments 



Spring 

Silly 

Season 

Starts 



BETS ARE SEALED with 
handshakes by David Hinncn 
and Mike Balzer as Bud Higgs 
observes. Lower left, Doug 
White misses a catch on the 
first day of spring training. 
Right, Julio Webb cleans the 
pie-smeared face of Ron 
"Scooter" Dean. Dean is 
shown on the cover winning 
the cafeteria pie-eating con- 
test. 





Lion Has History 



Members of the drama department presented the 
historical play, "The Lion in Winter," at the end of 
the first semester with Larry Peters directing. 

The plot concerns the story of the struggle for 
power in the royal family of Henry II. He plots and 
deals to leave his sons with a balance of power which 
keeps his kingdom in one piece. Henry IPs marriage 
with Eleanor of Aquitaine crumbles and in Eleanor's 
place is Alais, a young French princess. Alais is be- 
trothed to John, the youngest of Henry's sons. The 
wedding has not taken place since she is mistress to 
Henry. Phillip, the king of France, comes to England 
demanding the marriage take place. Thus the stage is 
set as three sons vie for power, Eleanor pushes for 
Richard, the eldest son, for king, Phillip deals for his 
sister to be wed, Alais fights to be with her Lover, 
Henry, and Henry battles them all. 

The cast members, all students on campus, and the 
roles they played included: 

Henry II, Scott Dean Kitzenberger 
Alais, a French princess, Elizabeth Cott 
John (youngest son), Peter Wayne Henderson 
Geoffrey (middle son), David Erwin Leeper 
Richard Lionheart (oldest son), Robert Blanken 
Eleanor of Aquitaine (Henry's wife), Pat Burch Phil- 
lip, King of France, Jack Smith 

Stephen M. Johnson was assistant director of the 
play. 

"The Lion in Winter" was presented on the Fine 
Arts stage for its three production nights. 



HENRY II AND ELEANOR of Aquitaine reminisce about the early years of their 
marriage. LOWER LEFT, the royal family welcomes Prince Phillip. RIGHT, Eleanor 
comforts her troubled son, John. 







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Tom' Spans Ages 



"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer's" BCCC.s chil- 
dren's production spanned the ages and audiences 
very well, commented Larry Peters, theater director. 
"This show transcended to adult audiences better than 
most children shows." 

Peters, director of theater for five years, says that he 
is doing what he always wanted to do: "The most 
important thing to me is the educational opportunities 
it offers to our students in theater production and the 
growth and challenges they experience." 





Mark Twain Narrator - 

Smith 
The Reverend — Robert Blanken 
Sereny Harper — Elizabeth Cott 
Susan Harper — Mellisa Unger 
Joe Harper — Morey Balzer 
Ben Rogers — Spencer Guoladdle 
Amy Lawrence— Maia E. Harms 
Huckleberry Finn — Stephen 

Johnston 
Sid Sawyer and Lawyer Larson — 

Harold Stewart 
Muff Potter — Matt Krause 
Injun Joe — Marty West 
Doc Robinson and Judge Thatcher 

— Ron Johnston 
Becky Thatcher — Chrissy Ziba 
Tom Sawyer — Art Tighe 
Alfred Temple — David Heinrich 
Aunt Polly - Pat Burch 
Dobbns and Sheriff — Ted 

Sullivan 
Lawyer Riverson — Peter 

Henderson 



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Peterson Produces Own Show, 'First Boy' 



"A nice realization of a dream," commented Robert Peter- 
son, playwright and director of "First Boy," presented dur- 
ing the spring semester. Peterson found less pressure in 
producing his own show, for he didnot have to interpret 
another author's ideas and characters. 

The play was based on six years in the life of the son of a 
fictional president of the United States. 

All the action of the play took place in Alex's room in the 
White House because it was his story and unfolded in his 
world. 



Cast members included David Heinrich who protrayed 
Alex; Michelle Banks as Jayne Harris; Nelson Warren as 
Father Johanmeyer; David Leeper as Joe; Peter Albright as 
Don Manford; Bill Hoffman as Hans; Art Tighe as Fritz; Todd 
Schwartz as Hardin; Don Gilliland as Becannon; Lee Dowers 
as Johnson; Pearl Reiswig as Thomas; Gina Austin as Holly 
Hoy; Elizabeth Cott as Marcia Kaye; Shelly Crawford as 
Regina Marie; Michelle Nolan as the newscaster. 

Lisa Rush was the stage manager. 



TOP LEFT, the Secret Service escorts the drunken father. BOTTOM LEFT, Fritz 
and Hans discover Father on the bed. RIGHT, Holly Hoy takes Alex to her heart. 




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Jamie Holland 
. . . Going For It 








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Grizzlies Have Winning Season 
Running For Honor 



Paced by a freshman oriented team, the Grizzly runners 
had a powerful season. During the indoor season the track 
team did a good job. The season began on a positive note at 
the KU All Comers meet in Lawrence. One person qualified 
for Nationals, Vincent Scott in the long jump with a leap of 
23'3y 2 . 

Coach John Francis said, "I am satisfied with everyone's 
performance. We have an exceptional team with many class 
kids on It." 

The Grizzlis later qualified several for the national Indoor 
at Champaign II. Mark Anderson was first in the 1000 yard 
run with a time of 2.13. Henry Ford won the high jump with 
a 7'2" jump. The two mile relay team of Tom Ridder, 
Tyrone Forbes, Donnie Wilson, and Anderson took first with 
a school record time of 7:42.78. Others placing at the meet 
included: Jamie Holland; long jump, fifth, 23' 7 V6"; and 



Ford; fourth, 23' 3 /4"; Derek Cole; third, in the 60 yard 
hurdles with a time of 7.61. Forbes did not place at the meet, 
but set a school record in the 600 yard run with a time of 
1:12.19. 

By the time the outdoor season came rolling along the 
Grizzlies were red hot. The Grizzlies never placed, as a team, 
less than third place. 

There were four AH-Americans this year; Cole, Holland, 
Forbes, Anderson. 

Those qualifying for nationals outdoor at San Angelo, Tx. 
were Anderson, 800m, mile relay; Cole, 110m hurdles, 
400m relay; Byron Davis, 400m relay, mile relay; Forbes, 
400m, mile relay; Ford, high and long jump; Holland, 100m, 
400m relay; Scott 400m relay; Wilson, mile relay. 

Leading the pack in the photo below is Ail-American 
Derek Cole showing his great style. 




MIKE MCINERNEY (top photo) is going all the way up in the pole vault 
competition. Below, Vincent Scott, at an indoor meet, is pushing the 
runners. Jeff Becker cuts loose with old heave-ho at an indoor meet. 




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CHARLOTTE PURCELL, women's track team member, 
shows her persistent stride as she rounds the corner in the 
relay. An exhausted Terri Hormel finishes her leg in the 
women's relay. 



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Everyone's A Winner, 
Good And Getting Better 



This was a year for school records to be broken and set. 
That is exactly what the Lady Grizzlies team did. 

The women's team sent two to the National Indoor meet 
at Champaign II., Tammy Martin; 60 yard hurdles and Steph- 
anie Travinchek in the shot put.Travinchek became the first 
Lady Grizzly ever to win a national title, throwing a 42 W in 
the shot put. 

The spring season was a time of tribulation; some of the 
meets were cancelled. Despite the hard times the women did 
a good job. The WSU relays was a great moment for break- 
ing school records. Charlette Purcell placed fourth in the 



800m run, but, set a school record of 2:32.5 and Tammy 
Hodges, Martin, Kay Ross, Purcell placed seventh in the 
400m relay, but set a record of 52.9. The Jayhawk Confer- 
ence meet was a time for setting school records; Becky 
Alpers ran an astonishing 11:09 in the 3000m run, placing 
first to be named a conference champion, and she set a 
record in the 1500m run, 5:05.36 taking second place, and a 
20:09 in the 5000m, school record. Kay Ross set records in 
the 200m dash and the 100m dash, 26.2, 12.5, respectively. 
Travinchek will represent BCCC at the Nationals Outdoor 
in San Angelo, Texas. 





COMPLETING HER TURN in the relay is distance runner Jody Wells while 
her teammates on the bench, Sean Fox and Robert Johnson, look on to 



make sure that she runs out her leg. The women had the most highly 
successful season in women's track history at BCCC. 



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'ION. Tammy Hodges warms up 
for the next race. 



143 



CAREY LEWIS (upper photos) attempts to put the tag on a head 
first diving Hutchinson player. LOWER PHOTO, firstbaseman Mike 
Stephens sends another Hutchinson player back to the dugout. 





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1 Baseball Ends 16-10 
Despite Problems 



The Grizzly baseball team ended its season with a 16 
and 10 record after having to undergo some major 
changes mid-season when head coach Phil Anderson 
resigned under pressure. 

Anderson resigned, packed up, and left the same day 
leaving the team with Vernon Orndorff, parttime assis- 
tant coach. Anderson was also the college's athletic 
director. The administration appointed Rob Bolks as 
head coach and he continued the season with Orndorff 
staying on as assistant coach. 

The Grizzlies went into the conference tournament as 
number one seed but finished fourth in the actual play. 

Joel Basinger led the batting with an average of .404 
followed by Cory Lewis with .385. Three pitchers, 
Chuck Vaught, Rick Hess, and Jerry Krueger had per- 
centages of .750. 

Team members included: Mike Buss, Cory Lewis, 
Mike Stephens, Doug White, Jerry Krueger, Mitch Ben- 
ton, Rick Schroeder, Joel Basinger, Jeff Johnson, Kyle 
Orndorff, Tony Reynolds, Kent Jost, Scott Sherman, 
John Oberlechner, Ron Foster, Chuck Vaught, Rick 
Hess, Scott Cain, Jerry Krueger, John Seaton, Ed Ket- 
ley, Fred Oberlechner, Darren Stroud, Kyle Orndorff. 

The baseballers travelled to Arizona for spring prac- 
tice with then head coach Anderson. Reportedly some 
of Anderson's problems with the administration 
stemmed from this trip and complaints from team mem- 
bers about expense money, how it was gained and how it 
was spent. 

The Board of Trustees had only the prior spring 
elevated Anderson to the athletic director position. 



CHUCK VAUGHT pitches the way to another victory for the Grizzlies. 
Hanging tough in solidarity for the team are (front row) Kent Jost, (left 
to right) Kyle Orndorff, Doug White and Rick Schroeder who pose for 
teammate photographer Jerry Krueger. 



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Softball Finishes 12-7 fa** 



The women's softball team finished the year with a record 
of 12 and 7 under the direction of Coach Debbie Sawtelle. 

"We started out really great this season with wins over St. 
John's and Hesston. I have been really pleased with our 
pitching and hitting," said Coach Sawtelle. 

Two of the more spectacular wins included those over 
Garden City with 22-9 and 18 and 1. 

The team was a young squad with only three sophomores. 
This fact should warrant a strong team for next year also the 
coach pointed out. 



WOMEN'S SOFTBALL squad members include (bottom row 
from left) Barbara Reidmiller, Melanie Crow, Alyson Neely, 
Becky Barnett. Top row, Jo Stuber, Wanda Parker, Kathy 
Metz, Brenda Walton, Jon Bohannon, Valerie Dukat, Kathleen 
Gutierrez, Coach Debbie Sawtelle. UPPER PHOTO, Jo Stuber 
and Alyson Neely wait for their game to start. 





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(fportij OUie Isom ready for 
v retirement as CC coach 

Anderson resigns Grizzly harriers 

because ot 2nd in meet 

money SCandal Young team to compete 

Track team excels at national mc 

Ex-Georgia player signs 

Gerald Browner, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound Atlanta athlete who was one of the most 
highly recruited prep defensive players in the nation a year ago, has signed a letter of 
intent to play football at the College. 

Browner plans to start classes at the College this summer, a school spokesman said. 

Tennis team starts practice 

Team "a lot stronger" 

Spring season busy 
for all Grizzlies 

Lady Grizzlies make 
playoffs, lose to Barton 

Two place at Rodeo 

Two members of the College rodeo team placed at Southwestern Oklahoma State 
University, Wetherford, Okla., at the rodeo held there Thursday through Saturday. 

Troy Hedrick placed third in team with Brian Shirley, Dodge City Community 
College with a time of seven seconds. The winning time in this event was 6.3 seconds, 
with 67 teams competing. 

Gayle Osborn won fifth place in the barrel racing competition with a time of 16.9 
seconds. The times were extremely close, with the winning time being 16.8 seconds. 

The team will be competing at Fort Hays State University Friday through Sunday 
and complete their spring season at Dodge City Community College May 6 through 8. 

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Netters Improve 



The 1983 season of the men's and women's 
tennis teams cannot be looked upon as a "let- 
down." It was not that bad of a season consid- 
ering. Considering what? Considering that the 
weather was so bad that the players had to 
practice in the snow; or could not practice for 
nearly a week because of rain. And considering 
the lose of two "hopefuls" from the team. 

Head coach Curt Shipley said of the season, 
"It was the kind of season that you can't com- 
plain about. We lost some matches that we 
should have won. But, I feel good that each one 
of the players on the team improved their game 
throughout the season." 

The team's overall record was 3 wins and 4 
loses. And Roger Joyce, who played at the 
number one position throughout the year, was 
the only member of the team to compile a 
winning personal record (6 wins, 3 loses). 

The men's tennis team consisted of Roger 
Joyce, Monte Watts, Tony Brewster, Tim Wal- 
ters, Chris Heidebrecht, Chris Birdwell, and 
Robert Hoover. The women's team was made 
up of Stephanie Shipley, Lenda Sheriff, Anita 
Jacob, and Denise Winzer. Curt Shipley was 
the head coach and Lynn Havel was the assis- 
tant coach. 




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TIM WALTERS (top left) prepares for the hit. Top right, Chris 
Heidebrecht hits a forehand. Bottom right, head coach Curt 
Shipley offers his advice during a match. Bottom left, Roger 
Joyce puts the ball in play with a serve. 







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Going All The Way 



At the end of the Grizzlies golf season, the team had 
produced a conference champion, Curt Pruitt. The team 
finished second overall in the Jayhawk juco conference. 

The team had a very good fall season. At the first meet at 
the Cloud County Invitational the Grizzlies finished an awe- 
some first place out of thirteen teams with Thad Purslow 
taking second place medalists honors. The first conference 
meet was held at Hutchinson where the Grizzles came out 
with a disappointing third place finish with Curt Pruitt bring- 
ing home the silver medal. 

After Christmas break the Grizzly golfers were looking 
forward to a good spring season. But, when the Grizzlies 
traveled to Fort Smith, Arkansas, they did not expect to 
place a disillusioned fourth place. When they returned to 
Kansas they had some real good meets never finishing less 
than second place. Curt Pruitt took home three first place 
medals during the spring season. 

Two Grizzlies Thad Purslow and Jamie Wolfe will be 
representing the Grizzlies at nationals in LeHigh, Florida. 

Felix Adams coached the linksmen. 



WATER REFLECTION: Dave Sooby gets ready to drive across 
the hazard of a pond. Golf team members include front row from 
left, Jamie Wolfe, Dave Sooby, Dennis Nelson, Curt Pruitt. Back 
row, Thad Purslow, Kurt Mode, Joel Johnson. 




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GOLF 




Tournament 


Place 


Cloud Inv. 


1st 


Hutchinson 


3rd 


Barton Inv, 


1st 


Garden City 


2nd 


Kansas City 


2nd 


Dodge City Inv. 


1st 


Fort Smith Ark. Inv. 


4th 


Butler Inv. 




Johnson County 


2nd 


Dodge City 


2nd 


Butler County 


2nd 


Region VI 


2nd 



HITTING OUT of a jam, Curt Pruitt 
eyes the green during a conference 
golf round. 











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Springtime 
Intramurals 

The most popular game in town 
during the spring semester was any 
intramural game that was going on. 
UPPER LEFT, ace outfielder Brent 
Cottrell waits for the action to begin in 
a softball game. UPPER RIGHT, Dave 
Coble thinks he has a birdie if he could 
just find the ball which Jerry Quick is 
standing on. LOWER LEFT, Jay Os- 
borne tries for a double play as Dale 
Pauly is out at first. 



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RICK REMSBERG SHOOTS for the side pocket as Mike 
Balzer waits his turn in intramurals pool. 





Intramurals End With Successful Season 



Softball and basketball tied for first in intramural student participation with 128 students involved in each. 424 students were 
involved in spring intramurals, twice as many as in the fall, totaling 652. 

The intramurals All-Star award is given to the twelve students who have earned the most points throughout the entire year. 
This year's All-Stars were Ken Palmer, Robert Hoover, Jeff Nachbor, Dion Noblitt, Rick Remsberg, John Guinotte, Keith 
Leddy, Mark Berenson, Jim Kitch, Dave Mellinger, David Scott Coble, and Eugene Pascal. Gold shirts were awarded to high 
scorers. 

Rough-n-Rowdy placed first in the softball tournament with an 8-1 series. Members included Keith Leddy, Teresa Rowland, 
Kathy Weaver, Janice Martin, Dale Pauly, Jeff Neighbor, Brent Wolke, Jim Kitch, Andy Massoth, Lavina Moore, Rick Siebert, 
Mike Kerns, Billy Cotton, Mark Berenson, and Wendy Tannahill. 

The Silver Bullets including captain Lenda Sheriff, Carla Hinz, Kelly Duvanel, Becky Barnett, Diane Alexander, Cynthia 
Thrasher, and Melisa Unger dribbled their way to first place in the women's basketball intramurals. Brent Cottrell's team (Brett 
Adair, Brian Rehm, Kurt McCune, John Alley, Rick Smith, Scott Kiser, and Jeff Martin) won first place in the men's division. 

Mixed league bowling winners were Tim Guinotte, John Guinotte, and Jeanette Malone. John scored high series; Joan Dains, 
women. Spencer Guoladdle had high ame for men; women, Jackie Fischel. Jackie and John Beal won mixed doubles. Jay 
Osborne and Scott Sherman shot to win the doubles pool championship. Mike Buss won the singles trophy. 

Ken Palmer was the singles table tennis champion. Momin Mahmud won the singles badminton. Joe Heenen was intramurals 
golf champion. 



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INTRAMURAL ALL-STARS 
sport their newly-won T-shirts 
and celebrate their victories. 
UPPER RIGHT, ping pong 
power Ken Palmer wins his 
singles game. LOWER LEFT, 
Dion Noblitt recovers on the 
floor from a rousing basket- 
ball game while Jackie Ben- 
nett keeps score. 



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School 

Holds 

Space Expo 

The second annual excursion 
into history was held at BCCC in 
late April. The program included 
speakers with other events going 
on at the same time. 

Included in the program were ex- 
hibits from the Smithsonian Insti- 
tute; ten films on various facets of 
flight and current space explora- 
tion; original balloons, kites, and 
artwork by faculty and students 
from BCCC; civilian, military, and 
experimental aircraft. 

The 125th Observation Squad- 
ron had a reunion throughout the 
day at the Elks lodge in El Dorado. 

Other special events such as 
parachute jumps were cancelled 
because of adverse weather. 

LEFT PAGE: Upper 1., Suzie Gordon is 
recognized for coordinating the exposition. 
Upper r., Stephen Hawley, NASA astronaut 
and astrophysicist speaks at the Expo. Low- 
er, The smallest plane at the affair. THIS 
PAGE: Upper, A model of the space shuttle. 
Lower, Wesley's life watch helicopter stayed 
close in case of accidents. 




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Talent- 
Show 



BRENT COTTRELL, Rick 
Schroeder, John Oberlechner, 
Cary Lewis, Fred Oberlechner, 
and Doug White perform at the 
talent show presented by Delta 
Psi Omega. 

DOUG WHITE performs a magic 
act. 




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EMITTING AND EMOTING are Butler's varied stars in the cam- 
pus talent show. Upper left, Marty West is giving a dramatic 
reading. Upper right, Matt Krause and David Heinrich perform an 
unique "air band" routine. Lower photo, Robert Johnson takes the 
spotlight while singing a solo. 



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BCCC students received many trophies, 
awards, and certificates throughout the year. 

PAULA HARMS became the new Miss Butler 
County 1983 and earned the opportunity to com- 
pete at the Miss Kansas Pageant held in Pratt. 

JEFF NOLL earned a first place finish in the 
Employment Interview Contest- Crop Production 
Division while competing in the National Postse- 
condary Agricultural Student organization Confer- 
ence in Sioux City, South Dakota. 

SHELLY HODGES was named the top judge at 
the World Quarter Horse Show in Oklahoma City 
competing on Butler's judging team. 

JOE LINOT, SHELLY HODGES, SCOTT 
GRYDER, and KENT McCUNE, members of the 
college's judging team, took first place at the 
World Quarter Horse Show held in Oklahoma 
City. 

LESMES BOADA and MITCH FABRY took 
two first places in the Kansas Association of Jour- 
nalism Advisers (KAJA) contests April 22 in 
Hutchinson. 

BUTCH BERRY and EARL WALKER were 
named to the All-Jayhawk JuCo Conference team 
in basketball. 




STEPHANIE TRAVINCHEK became the 
Lady Grizzly ever to win a national title with a 
school record throw in the shot put. 

The men's indoor track team captured sixth 
place at the National Indoor Meet held in Cham- 
paign, Illinois. Five members of the team won 
national titles. 

MARK ANDERSON was first in the 100 yard 
run. 

HENRY FORD won the high jump with a 7 n A" 
leap. 

TOM RIDDER, TYRONE FORBES, DONNIE 
WILSON, and MARK ANDERSON, members of 
the two-mile relay team, took first with a school 
record time of 7:42.78. 

CURT PRUITT won the conference golf title 
and was named to the All-Conference team. 













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Graduates Look 
To Future 

On May 14, nearly 500 Butler County 
Community College students walked across 
the stage to receive their diplomas. Gradu- 
ates, faculty, family, and friends packed the 
fieldhouse for the commencement ceremo- 
nies. 

Frank Gaines, 16th District state senator 
from Augusta, gave the commencement ad- 
dress after being introduced by President 
Carl Heinrich. 

Keith Martin, chairman of the Board of 
Trustees, presented the class members with 
their degrees. 

Special music was performed by BCCC's 
brass ensemble, the college choir, and the 
ladies' ensemble. 



GRADUATES, family, and friends, upper right, pack the gymnasium for the 
commencement exercises. Lower left, Julie Crawford receives congratulations from 
Dr. Carl Heinrich. Lower right, Mr. Gayle Krause presents members of the Class of 
1983. 




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The Graduates, Class Of 1983 



ORDER OF THE PURPLE 
Peter M. Albright, A.A. 
Holly D. Allen, A.A. 
Deborah K. Anderson, A.A. 
Kerri L. Atwood, A.A. 
Lydia J. Ballin, A.A. 
Joel L. Basinger, A.A. 
Jeffrey S. Becker, A.A. 
Jill M. Braddy, A.A. 
Tammy L. Cabrales, A.A. 
Cathleen M. Cannady, A.A. 
Denise E. Claassen, A.A.S. 
Linda L. Cook, A.A. 
Lori A. Cook, A.A.S. 
Jeraldine R. Cooper, A.A. 
Brian D. Coryell, A.A.S. 
Brent Cottrell, A.A. 
Renae M. Cranston, A.A. 
Shelley J. Crawford, A.A. 
Randy D. Crowley, A.A.S. 
Jeannie G. Culver, A.A. 
Bradley S. Davenport, A.A. 
Joyce V. Davison, A.A. 
Kimberly L. Dean, A.A. 
Carlene M. Dillner, A.A. 
Velda M. Draper, A.A. 
Cynthia S. Dunlavy, A.A. 
Lori A. Embree, A.A. 
Emma K. Finey, A.A. 
Teresa A. Flickinger, A.A. 
Dennis E. Flynn, A.A. 
Timothy L. Gfeller, A.A. 
Katherine E. Griggs, A.A. 
David M. Halstead, A.A. 
Dala D. Hamilton, A.A. 
Paula L. Harms, A.A. 
David S. Heinrich, A.A. 
Cynthia J. Hicks, A.A. 
Deborah K. Hicks, A.A. 
Jack W. Hogan, Jr., A.A. 
Sandy J. Houser, A.A. 
Beth E. Hurley, A.A. 
Brenda J. Johnson, A.A. 
Nancy E. Johnson, A.A. 
Russell P. Johnson, A.A.S. 
Eva A. Jones, A.A. 
Roger N. Joyce, A.A. 
George E. Ketley II, A.A.S. 
Sherri L. Klassen, A.A. 
Kari L. Kleinschrodt, A.A. 
Harold H. Kling, A.A.S. 
Susan M. Larson, A.A. 
Taylor L. Levins, A.A. 



Nancy L. Lewis, A.A. 
Joseph F. Linot Jr., A.A. 
Rita M. Linot, A.A. 
Melissa K. Lockard, A.A. 
David J. Lytle, A.A. 
Dung T. Ma, A.A.S. 
Shirley A. Madison, A.A. 
Kristi Martin, A.A. 
Lawrence E. Mayfield, A.A.S. 
James R. McCaffree, A.A. 
Michael G. McCune, A.A.S. 
Diane M. McDonough, A.A. 
Cindy L. McGraw, A.A.S. 
Patty R. Melega, A.A. 
Douglas D. Mitchell, A.A. 
Joseph A. Mitchell, A.A.S. 
Sandra A. Morrison, A.A. 
Tong B. Nguyen, A.A. 
Lee A. Oursler, A.A. 
Cheryl A. Pelaccio, A.A. 
Kathy R. Polk, A.A. 
Darla J. Reimer, A.A. 
Kay E. Renstrom, A.A. 
Lisa A. Rush, A.A. 
Rachel G. Seager, A.A. 
Rebecca D. Shadoin, A.A. 
Stephanie J. Shipley, A.A. 
Holly J. Shropshire, A.A. 
Karen L. Sommerhauser, A.A. 
Debra R. Sparks, A.A. 
Steven L. Starkel, A.A. 
Kerry M. Stine, A.A.S. 
Patricia A. Summers, A.A. 
Julie A. Teter, A.A.S. 
Karen J. Tobin, A.A. 
Tod A. Trekell, A.A. 
Be Van Troung, A.A. 
Andrea Turner, A.A. 
Margaret L. Utter, A.A. 
Charles F. Vaught, A.A. 
Deborah J. Voisin, A.A.S. 
Brenda J. Walton, A.A. 
Martin A. West, A.A. 
Susan M. Williams, A.A. 
Janice L. Zuk, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES 
David C. Ade, A.A. 
Lana K. Agard, A.A. 
Martin D. Atherton, A.A. 
Michel E. Bamford, A.A. 
Helen F. Bender, A.A, 
Katharine J. Biggs, A.A. 



Deborah J. Bishop, A.A. 
Cyril O. Boboye, A.A. 
Julianna E. Bolotov, A.A. 
Joel L. Bond, A.A.S. 
Cris E. Boyce, A.A. 
Tony R. Brewster, A.A. 
Danny J. Bruch, A.A.S. 
Janice D. Buchanan, A.A. 
Marjorie F. Call, A.A. 
Lisa M. Campbell, A.A. 
Mark L. Carroll, A.A. 
Harlan D. Chaplin, A.A.S. 
Rodger L. Charles, A.A. 
Michael S. Chilcort, A.S. 
Derek C. Cole, A.A. 
Ruth A. Collins, A.A. 
Brent D. Cottrell, A.A. 
Julis E. Crawford, A.A. 
Melanie J. Crow, A.A. 
Patrick D. Cubbage, A.A. 
Walter D. Davenport, A.A.S. 
Ronald D. Dean, A.A. 
Brenda K. Dehlinger, A.A. 
Russell E. Denton, A.A.S. 
James H. Dienst, A.A. 
William P. Doornoos, A.A. 
Michael L. Dowers, A.A.S. 
Lee S. Dudick, A.A. 
Terry L. Edwards, A.A. 
Melody G. Embree, A.A. 
Mitchell L. Fabry, A.A. 
Robert L. Fisher, A.A.S. 
Tim J. Fitzgerald, A.A.S. 
Melinda S. Frost, A.A. 
E. Lee Gage, Jr., A.A. 
Steven E. Geffre, A.A. 
Heather L. George, A.A. 
Terri L. Gooding, A.A. 
Darrell D. Gray 
Kathy A. Gray, A.A. 
Dee Ann Griffith, A.A. 
Lee Ann Griffith, A.A. 
Anna M. Gudenkauf, A.A. 
John H. Guinotte, A:A.S. 
Timothy P. Guinotte, A.A.S. 
Jerri A. Haines, A.A. 
Roger E. Halley, A.A. 
Cherie R. Hamilton, A.A. 
Christoer Heidebrecht, A.A. 
Grant Helferich, A.A. 
Elizabeth Herrmann, A.A. 
Richard C. Hess, A.A. 
Ruth E. Hetherington, A.A. 



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James F. Heyman, A.A. 
Leanne E. Hillwig, A.A. 
Dan E. Hilyard, A.A.S. 
Joseph E. Hoffman, A.A. 
Janet E. Johnson, A.A. 
Robert E. Johnson, A.A. 
Karen S. Jones, A.A. 
William H. Jones, Jr., A.A.S. 
James B. Keesling, A.A. 
Susan J. Kelley, A.A. 
Marwan M. Kharoufeh, A.A.S. 
Danette D. King, A.A. 
Matthew W. Krause, A.A. 
Kathleen J. Kuntz, A.A. 
Quy T. Le, A.A. 
Debra S. Lehman, A.A.S. 
Cary L. Lewis, A.A. 
Ralph L. Lilley, Jr., A.A. 
Brian E. Lindsey, A.A.S. 
Robert L. Longnecker, A.A.S. 
Bernadette Lopez, A.A. 
Nancy J. Loucks, A.A. 
Susan K. Maack, A.A. 
Tracey S. Maddux, A.A. 
Tammy R. Martin, A.A. 

Marilyn J. McElroy, A.A. 

Monte R. McKee, A.A. 

Sharon J. McVicar, A.A. 

Lori F. Merwin, A.A. 

James M. Miller, A.A. 

Robert A. Minard, A.A.S. 

Beverly S. Mitchell, A.A. 

Reva M. Moore, A.A. 

Tim I. Morton, A.A. 

Karen L. Naugle, A.A. 

Sandra K. Nesler, A.A. 

Bradford L. Neighbors, A.A. 

Hal L. Neukirch, A.A. 

Carrie M. Nolan, A.A. 

Frederik H. Oberlechner, A.A. 

John C. Oberlechner, A.A. 

Nancy R. Ott, A.A. 

C. Eugene Paschal, A.A. 

Donna R. Patterson, A.A. 

Todd A. Patterson, A.A.S. 

David P. Pennington, A.A. 

Thomas E. Perkins, A.A. 

Randy L. Phares, A.A. 

David S. Plummer, A.A. 

Carolyn J. Powell, A.A.S. 
Vicki D. Rew, A.A. 
Rodney Reynolds, A.A.S. 
Tammi S. Rhodes, A.A. 
Paul H. Ridder, A.A. 
Paula J. Riner, A.A. 
Bruce A. Roll, A.A. 
David A. Rush, A.A.S. 
Michael P. Ryan, A.A.S. 
Robert E. Scanlon, A.A. 
Theresa M. Schneider, A.A. 
Lenda Sheriff, A.A. 
Nellie M. Smith, A.A. 



James M. Speer, A.A. 
Lisa C. Stalcup, A.A. 
Gina K. Starkey, A.A. 
Robert A. Stebbins II, A.A. 
Michael J. Stephens, A.A. 
Rickie D. Stephens, A.A.S. 
Ricky W. Stevenson, A.A.S. 
Thomas Strickland, A.A.S. 
Jolita Stuber, A.A. 
Kym K. Taylor, A.A. 
Cynthia A. Thrasher, A.A. 
Laurie A. Van Nice, A.A. 
Earl J. Walker, A.A. 
Tonita G. Walter, A.A. 
Becky J. Watts, A.A. 
Donald W. Weatherby, A.A. 
Kathy A. Weaver, A.A. 
Glenda D. Wernert, A.A. 
Gregory T. Whaley, A.A. 
Cheryl A. Wilson, A.A. 
Mary M. Wilson, A.A. 
Thad L. Wilson, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES-McCONNELL 

Nelia M. Andrews, A.A. 

Robert L. Baldwin, A.A.S. 

Robert M. Barrett, A.A.S. 

Edward C. Bertels, A.A.S. 

William H. Bock, A.A.S. 

Harold E. Brotemarkle, A.A. 

Michael Bursey, A.A. 

Jeanne K. Cleary, A.A. 

Stephen M. Cochrane, A.A. 

Robert D. Conger, A.A.S. 

Jackie D. Deatherage, A.A. 

Michael E. Durham, A.A. 

Merle E. Engle, A.A.S. 

David M. Falconer, A.A. 

Cheryl L. Fellows, A.A. 

Phyllis L. Flott, A.A. 

George L. Glover, A.A. 

David C. Grewe, A.A. 

Herman Haaziq, A.A.S. 

Dale L. Hall, A.A. 

Toni M. Halstead, A.A. 

Bobby J. Harlan, A.A. 

Ronald A. Hawkins, A.A. 

Mitchell W. Hendrix, A.A. 

Daniel A. Hickman, A.A. 

Carl G. Hodges, Jr., A.A.S. 

Isador Holland, A.A.S. 

Billy W. Howell, A.A. 

Ralph A. Hull, Jr., A.A. 

Scott S. Jacobsen, A.A. 

Peter W. Janssen, A.A. 

Stephen K. Johnson, A.A. 

James P. Jordan, A.A. 

Michael A. Keller, A.A. 

William B. Krueger, A.A. 

Curtis A. Kuntz, A.A.S. 

Gerald D. Lampe, A.A.S. 

Danny L. Lee, A.A. 



Donald S. Luse, A.A.S. 
Steven W. Meyers, A.A. 
Henry F. Monton, A.A. 
Allan R. Parsell, A.A. 
Kimberly R. Penn, A.A. 
Terry L. Reeves, A.A. 
Steve A. Rhyne, A.A.S. 
Philip A. Russell, A.A. 
Steven L. Shores, A.A.S. 
Catherine L. Short, A.A. 
Charles L. Spiegel, Jr., A.A. 
Mansel E. Spurlock, A.A. 
Victor A. Straub, A.A. 
Edward Templin, A.A.S. 
Marilyn Templin, A.A.S. 
William P. Wade, A.A. 
Lisa L. Walling, A.A. 
Willie Whitaker, A.A. 
Curtis A. Wilson, A.A. 
Lorena K. Woolsey, A.A. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREES 
SCHWEITER TECHNICAL SCHOOL 
Roger D. Carrender, A.A.S. 
David M. Chadick, A.A.S. 
Paul D. Cobb, A.A.S. 
Martin W. Coons, A.A.S. 
John C. Fowler, A.A.S. 
Bill L. Huston, A.A.S. 
Paul L. Knight, A.A.S. 
Gerald Leithoff, A.A.S. 
Steven R. Nicholas, A.A.S. 
Wendell A. Peete, A.A.S. 
Charles L. Rogers, A.A.S. 
James H. Switzer, A.A.S. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
DIVISION CERTIFICATES 

David W. Carroll 

Carl F. Cox 

Steven L. Hicks 

William J. Krug 

James R. Lawrence 

Jeffery S. McLean 

Stephen S. Moore 

Kasey Neighbors 

Travis L. Pruitt 

Eric C. Ruge 

Dale R. Schimpf II 

Mike B. Sears 

Ricky L. Stever 

James M. Troutt 

Everett E. Warden 

Jimm L. Wilson