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MURMURMONTIS 



West Virginia Wesleyan College 
Buckhannon, West Virginia 



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. I came in hope of finding a way to expand my reflection, to make it more than what it is 
There are some who ask why. who want to know, who dare to try ... 




. . . How can we be sure of any- 
thing, the tide changes. . .I'm 

not always sure of what you are 
and how you feel ... I am what 
I am . . . Undiscovered and alone 
until someone says 'Hello' ..." 




"... You have to make the 
good times yourself, take the 
little times and make them 
into big times and save the 
times that are alright for the 
ones that are not so good . . .' 




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''. . . The solitary things . . . People who lorget your name 
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"... Miniskirts and pop art ties are more than modern 
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". . . We've done so many foolish things, the day? have 
served us well . . ." 




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"... Our wants grow 
stronger every day . . . 
You must keep follow- 
ing your dream . . . 

Rod McKuen 






Administration and Faculty 16 

Traditions 30 

Academic and Cultural 48 

Leadership 64 

Organizations 84 

Greeks 110 

Sports 152 

Classes 196 



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ADMINISTRATION 

and 

FACULTY 



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Upper Left: Dr. Stanley H. Martin. President of the Col- 
lege; Center: Dr. Martin; Upper Right: Dr. Richard 
A. Cunningham, Assistant to the President. Vice Presi- 
dent for Student Affairs; Lower Left: Dr. Ashton Al- 
mand. Vice President for Financial Affairs, Treasurer: 
Lower Right: Dr. Nelson M. Hoffman, Jr., Vice Presi- 
dent for Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty. 





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Upper Left: Mr. Samuel M. Ross. Dean of Men. Dean of 
Students. Director of Financial Aid, Assistant Director of 
Athletics; Upper Right: Dr. Sidney T. Davis. Chaplain. 
Dean of the Chapel; Lower Left: Dr. Marian McBrair. Dean 
of Women; Center: Dr. Walter L. Brown. Assistant Dean 
of the College: Lower Left: Mr. Patton L. Nickell. Registrar. 




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Upper Lejl: Mr. James Stansburv. Director of 
Campus Center. Conference Coordinator. Person- 
nel Director; Upper Right: Mrs. Dana Carden, 
Administrative Assistant: Center: Mrs. James 
Click. Director of Placement: Mr. J. Brooks Jones. 
Director of Alumni Affairs: Mr. Creel Cornwell. 
Director of Public Information: Lower Left: Mr. 
Herbert L. Sharp. Director of Development: Cen- 
ter: Mr. Raymond W. Kiser, Director of Admis- 
sions; Lower Right: Mrs. John E. Williams. 
Manager of Bookstore. 



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ART 
and 
MUSIC 




Dr. C. Buell Agey 
Music 



Mr. George Keesler 



Mr. Bobby Loftia Mr. David A. Milburu Mr. Larry K. Parsooa Mr. Robert L). Peterson 

Music Music Music Music 



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Mr. Robert Shafer 
Music 



LANGUAGE 

and 

LITERATURE 




Mrs. Janet McCoy 
English 



Miss Paralte Norman 
English 



Mrs. Betty Norvell Mr. Fredrick Peterson 

Speech, Drama Latin 

American Studies 



Mr. Donald Phillips 
Speech, Dramatic Arts 



Mr. Charles Presar 
Speech, Dramatic Arts 





Mrs. Sandra Presar Mr. Rajmond Hobrbaugh Miss Mar e aret Wells 

Speech, Dramatic Arts Engluh English 



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SCIENCE 

and 

MATH 







Mr. Michael Berry 
Math 



Miss Mary Bulcher 
Math 



Dr. Ernest Capstack 
Chemistry 



Dr. Rirhanl Cole 



Dr. William Halla 
Math 



Mr. Paul Hickman 
Geology, Astronomy 




Dr. Homer Holloway 
Chemistry 



Mr. Paul C. Richter 
Chemistry 



Dr. George Rossbach 
Biology 



Mr. Ju Kuei Sun 
Physics 



Mr. Wulanil P. Taylor Mrs. John Wcimer 

Biology Biology 



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SOCIAL 
SCIENCE 



Mr. Frank Bayard 
Economics 



Mr. Jorge Enrique 

Betancur 
Exchange Lecturer 



Mr. Herbert Buhler 
Psychology 




Mr. Jay Grove 

Economics 



Rnbrrt Hendrick 
History 



Dr. Annette Hieileman 
Psychology 



Mr. Robert L. Hunt 
History 



Mr. Thurvald JorgeDSon Mr. Arnold Nelsi 

Economics P^.hology 




Mr. Gary Norum 
Psychology 



Mrs. Helen Peler»oo 
Psychology 



Dr. Kenneth Plummer 
History 



Dr. Robert Sessions 
Sociology 



Dr. Henry Shissler 
Sociology 



Mr. Thayer While 

Poll tu nl Science 



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PHILOSOPHY 

and 

RELIGION 




Dr. Peler Bercovilz 
Bible. Religion 



Dr. Alfred Black Dr. Howard Bright 

Philosophy Christian Education 




Dr. Jose Franquiz 
Philosophy 



Mr. Ralph Griescr Dr- Calherine Guosalua 

Christian Education Bilile. Religion 



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Mrs. Marv Allen 
Physical Education 



Dr. Frrence F. AndruCii 
Library Science 



Mrs. Selma Bra 
Nursing 



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APPLIED ARTS 

and 

SCIENCE 



Mr. Robert Craig Mr. Robert J. Cunningham Mrs. Alberta R. Davis 

Business Administration Business Administration \ursing 




Miss Dorothea Davis Miss Boots Dilley 

Education Education 



Mr. Franklin Ellis 
Physical Education 



Mr. Donald Glossner Dr. Arthur Justice 

Justness Administration Education 



Misa Mmnie Keller 
Nursing 




Mrs. Gladys Langfeldt 
Home Economics 



Dr. Lawrence Marinaccio 
Education 



Mrs. Allen MeCallester Mr. James Myers 

Home Economics Physical Educano, 



Mrs. Juanila Parker 
Business Administration 



ilr. David Re.-msnyder 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Polly Reynolds 
Library Science 



Mrs. C. B. Ros» 
Library Science 



Mr. Dean Ruhlow 
Business Administration 



Mr. Ralfh Shattuck 
Education 



Mr. James Smith 
Physical Education. Health 



Mrs. Maear.1 ft alls 
Home Economics 



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TRADITIONS 



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Freshman Week 
Activities 




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P. 30 

Upper Left: Buying books. 
I pper Right: Moving in. 
Bottom: Getting acquainted. 

P. 31 

Top: Registering for classes. 

Center: Campaigning for freshman offices. 

Bottom: Signing up for activities. 



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Homecoming Weekend 

Begins With Coronation 

of Queen Anne 




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I pper Left: Queen's procession. 
Center Left: John Wesley announc- 
ing bonfire. 

Center Right: Homecoming Court, 
from left to right. Fr. attendant. 
Bonny Bibb: Sr. attendants. Linda 
Coleman. Barb Helms, and Chervl 
Miller, last year's queen. Laura 
Hollman. Queen Anne Green. Sr. 
attendant. Barb Giles. Soph, at- 
tendant. Mary Esther Grubb. Jr. 
attendant. Karen Smith. 
Loner Right: Homecoming Com- 
mittee, left to right. Frank Slaugh- 
ter. Richard Pill. William Steele. 
Susan Callahan. Debbie Yule. 
Louisa Fernandez, and Kathv 
Hammond. 

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Center: Homecoming Queen Anne 

Green. 



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Theta Chi and Alpha Delta Pi 

Take First Place Trophies 

in Float Competition 




P. 34 

Theta Chi's winning float. 

P. 35 

Upper Left: Alpha Delta Pi's winning float. 

Upper Right: Alpha Zi Delta's winning banner. 

Lower Left: Phi Sigma Epsilon's second place float. 

Lower Right: Alpha Gamma Delta's second place float. 



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Left: MURMURMONTIS Editor Elsie Parton presents roses to Queen 

Linda. 

Right: The presentation of Queen Linda Hall. 

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Left: Second Place to Diane Daniell. Theta Chi. 

Center: 1969 MURMURMONTIS QUEEN to Linda Hall. AWS. 

Right: Third Place to Jane Reed. Alpha Gamma Delta. 

Lower Right: 1969 MURMURMONTIS Queen and Contestants. 



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Judges Name Linda Hall 

Murmurmontis Queen 

for 1969 







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Students Flock to Christmas 
Tree Lighting Ceremony 
Despite Dismal Weather 




Upper Left: Band members play traditional carols in attempt to brighten 
the spirit of students. Lower Left: Student sing carols by candlelight. 
Upper Right: President Martin speaks as listeners shiver in the cold. 
Middle Right: Warmly clad students assemble for the ceremony. Lower 
Right: The "Hanging of the Green" service is held in Wesley Chapel. 




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Alpha Gamma Delta is 
Doubly Honored on 
Spring Weekend 




The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta sororit) were doubly honored on the night of April twelfth, during Spring Sing. Their sister 
Barbara Helms was chosen to reign during the Spring Sing Weekend, and later. Alpha Gam was awarded the Second Place 
Trophy in the Spring Sing competition. Above: Senior members of the court stand in place and watch as other members of 
the court are presented. Left to Right: The 1968 May Queen. Carol Dimling. Linda Cochran. Linda Coleman, Diane Daniell. 
Barbara Helms. Carlene Lindberg. Diane Thomas. Standing in the background is Junior attendant Jane Reed. Upper Right: 
The Second Place Men's group. Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity, directed by Garj O'Neal. Loiver Right: The Second Place 
Women's group. Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, directed by Jane Reed. 



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Song Awards 

Go to 
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This year's Spring Sing saw all top awards going 
to independents. The First Place Women's Trophy 
went to the upperclass independent women, di- 
rected by Barbara Sherburne, winner of the Best 
Female Director award. The First Place Men's 
Trophy went to Sigma Theta Epsilon, national 
men's service and religious organization. They 
were directed by Dane Ewen, who received the 
Best Male Director award. 







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Upper Left: Faculty member* line up before com- 
mencement. Lower Left: President Martin I Center I. 
chats with Paul L. McCuskey (Left), who received 
an honorary degree, and speaker Frank A. Rose who 
also received an honorary degree. Upper Center: 
Doctor Welliver honors Dr. Hymes on behalf of the 
faculty. Lower Center: Parents and commencement 
visitors listen to the address by Dr. Rose. Upper 
Right: Anxious seniors are placed as crowds look 
on. Lower Right: Graduates assemble on Senior 
Walk for the processional. 



Large Crowd Gathers to 
Witness Commencement 




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May 18th, 1969. marked the end of a college career lor 361 Seniors, but it was the 
beginning of a new life in the world of adult responsibility. The Wesleyan seniors 
stood with mixed emotions as they left the Utopian world of the college campus for 
greater things in their respective fields of endeavor. The commencement ,-peaker. Dr. 
Frank A. Rose, President of the University of Alabama, spoke on the conflicting roles 
of the student in today's university. Myron Hymes. retiring President of the Board of 
Trustees, was honored by Preston Herring. President of the Senior Class, Dr. Kenneth 
Welliver, Professor of Bible and Religion, and Ashton. A. Almand, Vice President 
for Financial Affairs, on behalf of the students, faculty, and administration. Honorary 
degrees were conferred by President Martin on Dr. Paul L. MeCuskey. Doctor of Hu- 
mane Letters, and Dr. Frank A. Rose, Doctor of Science. 



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ACADEMIC 
and 

CULTURAL 



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Madwoman started the 1968-69 season for the 
Wesleyan College Theatre. Paris, France was 
the setting for Giradoux's comedy, presented 
in Atkinson Auditorium on November 21, 
1968. Under the direction of Charles I. Presar, 
the play depicted the contest between the 
wicked people who sought to destroy the world 
and the good people, represented by the 
Madwoman of Chaillot, who wanted to see 
harmony, love, and happiness restored to the 
world. Stage settings were designed by Robert 
D. Moeller. Sherry Hall designed costumes. 




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Madwoman of Chaillot 





CAST 

Madwoman of Chaillot Pat Wass 

Mme. Constance Cav C. Cutright 

Mile. Gabrielle Juanita Piercy 

Mme. Josephine Nancy Thorn 

Ragpicker Thomas G. Steyer 

The Sewer-Man John P. Donahue 

President Phillip Thomas 

Baron David L. Morrow 

Prospector Randy Blair 

Irma Shelia Bailey 

Pierre Lee Lambert 

The Broker Pat Kerr 

Dr. Jadin Dennis Hoffman 



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Wesleyan's "Century Theater" was organized in the spring 
of 1967 by Sherry Hall. Bill Steele, and Cherie Hone, under 
the sponsorship of CCPB. This February. Century Theater 
presented "Dylan." by Sidney Michaels. This group is unique 
in that it is operated solely by the students, and having 
complete freedom, serves as an outlet for experimental drama. 
The play "Dylan" tells the story of the poet Dylan Thomas, 
his visits to America, and his relationship to his wife Caitlin. 
It opens at his home in Wales, and ends with his tragic 
alcoholic death at the White Horse Tavern in New York City. 
Major roles in the play were Phil Thomas as Dylan. Roberta 
Davis as Caitlin, plus Lee Van Der Wende, Kim Schafer, 
Frank Slaughter, Lynn Myers, Janet French, and David Goff. 
The drama was directed by Sherry Hall. 



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Cave Dwellers 




An abandoned stage, on lower 
East Sida of New York City, 
sets the scene for William 
Saroyan's comedy, The Cave 
Dwellers. The W.V.W.C. The- 
atre "rounded-up" their last 
major production on April 19, 
1969. Cast for the show in- 
cluded Pat Kerr. Kim Schafer, 
Leslie Byrd, Les Cotte-Thorn- 
er, Tom Steyer, Chris Miller, 
Cebe Marple. Ed Blake, 
and Keith Wimmersburger. 
Charles I. Presar directed the 
show with Sherry Hall as As- 
sistant Director. Larry Reed 
directs lighting. 



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Theater at 
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Dancing 
Donkey 




Schools in the Buckhannon area were delighted with the Spring 
Tour of the W.V.W.C.'s production of The Dancing Donkey. 
Again, under the skillful hand of Charles I. Presar, the stage — 
designed by Rick Van Houten — became alive with music, dance, 
and delightful natural acting. Written by Eric Vos, this European 
children's show starred Kathy Vaughn, David Morrow, Leslie 
Byrd, Betty Bonnet, Cebe Marple, and Dennis Hoffman. Music 
Director for the comedy was Pat Wass — Scenic Artists were Lynn 
S. Myers and Nancy Thorn. 




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Campus Cultura 
Life 



Top Left: One of many art exhibits shown 
in the Campus Center, a display of jazz 
posters. Loner Left: Bishop Roy Nichols is 
consecrated in Wesley Chapel. Center: In 
a Tuesday Convocation service, Jay Rocke- 
feller makes an appeal to students to remain 
in West Virginia after graduation to help 
bring about changes. Top Right: Stephen 
Tinelli, professor of art holds two examples 
of a display of palette paintings exhibited 
in the Center during the month of Novem- 
ber. Middle Right: 'Dust and Ashes,' a folk 
duo. presented religious music in the folk- 
rock style in a March convocation service. 
Loiver Right: Participants in Wesleyan's 
G.E. College Bowl Team. From Left to 
Right, Dave Hepting, Dick Brisbin, Barb 
Heckert, and Jim Wilson. 




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ety of Entertainers 
Cultural Life 
Wesleyan 





There was a large assortment of musical productions to entertain the Wesleyan 
student body throughout the year. On the Far Left: Martha Schlamme, the 
Yiddish folk singer. Middle Left: The Alpha Omega Players. Lower Left: The 
Adelaide Woodwind Quartet. On This Page; Left: Peter Thorn, the folk 
singer; Right: The Brooklyn Bridge. 



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Housing 
Government 




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Upon registration, every woman on Wesleyan's campus becomes a member 
of Associated Women Students. This organization is self-governing, with Dean 
McBrair as advisor. AWS meets regularly with representatives from every 
dormitory and organization on campus that deals with rules and regulations 
regarding women students. Upper Lejt: AWS Executive Cabinet. Lower Left: 
The Organizational and Wing Representatives. Upper Right: The AWS 
Cabinet. The Men's Housing Board is composed of representatives from 
Doney and McCuskey Halls. With supervision under Dean Ross, the board 
acts as coordinator for functions within the men's dormitories. Lower Right: 
The Men's Housing Board. 



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Program Board 





Anything from coffee forums to Friday night dances are the 
fare for CCPB. Providing frequent and varied entertainment 
for the students is the main ohjective of CCPB and many hours 
are exerted to achieve this goal. 

Opposite. Top: CCPB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Left to Right: 

John Griffith. President: Kath\ Ward. Secretary: Mrs. Summers. 

Program Director: Bill Steele. Vice-president. \ot Pictured: Craig 

Lang. Treasurer. 

Abme: CULTURAL COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Jill Finch. Frank 

Slaughter. 

Left: PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Row 1: Julie Craft. Co-chairman. 

Kathie Reemsnvder. Co-chairman Barb Harris. Barh Boltz. Ron 2: 

Beth Ann Rojierson. Jeanie Craft. Ann Harter. Pam Bucher. Man 

Jean Dorsev. \ot Pictured: Mary Ann Palmer. Beth Spears. Suzi 

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The Brooklyn Bridge offered one of the main highlights of CCPB's efforts 
to bring entertainment to Wesleyan's campus. 



Opposite, Top: SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row 1: Chairmen Jim Okonak and Carole 

Swope. Ron 2: Margo Snyder. Linda Watkins. Marcie Wertz. Margie Dull. Linda 

Lou Telle. 

Opposite, Bottom: RECREATION COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Dave Jordan. Mike 

Marcy. 



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Community 
Council 



Community Council is a representative body of the entire 
campus community. An organization which promotes and 
exemplifies leadership. Community Council members are 
elected by both faculty and students. It acts as a liaison 
among the students, the faculty the administration and is 
attentive to the complaints and suggestions of students in 
regard to policy-making. 



Opposite, Top: COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Left to Right, Row 1: 
Gary DeAngelis. Preston Herring. Rie Wilson, Linda Coleman, 
Natalie Feola, Linda Simile. Tim Brannon. Barb Cowan, Loyette 
Miller. Row 2: Mike Robinson. Dennis Conner. Charlie Evans, Cherie 
Nick. Jeff Cain. 

Opposite. Bottom: COMMUNITY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMIT- 
TEE: Lejl to Right: Jeff Cain. Treasurer: Dennis Conner, Vice- 
president; Barb Cowan, Secretary; Charles Evans, President. Students 
Not Pictured: Kim Barefoot. Don Robbins. Kay Beardsley, John Grif- 
fith. Mike Bruner. Faculty Not Pictured: Mr. Ben Lantz and Mrs. 
James Baldwin. Administration IS'ol Pictured: Dr. Martin, Dr. Cun- 
ningham. Dr. Hoffman. Dean Ross, and Dean McBrair. 



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This Page: COMMUNITY AWARENESS COM- 
MITTEE: Lejl to Right: Dennis Conner, Sue Wood- 
ward, Don Green, Don Robbins. Not Pictured: 
Dessi Shuler, Kathy Alcox. Mike Weeks. 
Opposite, Top: AWARDS COMMITTEE: Left to 
Right: Carole Swope, Ruth Hast, Kim Barefoot, 
Melba Gainer. Mark Palmer. Not Pictured: Sue 
Wilson. 

Opposite, Bottom: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COM- 
MITTEE: Left to Right: Stella Millett, Preston 
Herring. Ann McCoy. Ed Munn. Dick Brisbin. Not 
Pictured: John Williams. 



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Opposite: SPECIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Debbj Yule. 
Rick Pill. Bill Steele. Linda Coleman. Co-chairman, Frank Slaughter. Betty 
Resler. Louisa Fernandez. Mrs. Baldwin. Not Pictured: And) Hileman. Co- 
chairman, Kathy Hammond. Sue Callahan. Dean Ross. 

Above: ELECTION COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Beth Belmore, Sherry 
Lloyd. Rie Wilson. Pin His Marsden. Debbie Nott. Not Picture/!: John 
Matthews. Mary Beth O'Neill, Joanne Baudi. 



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Above: TRAFFIC COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Bob Sherburne, Mr. Berry, Jill Chal- 
lender, Tim Brannon. Chairman, Ray Engleman. Not Pictured: Mr. Hicks, Paul Barry. 

Opposite, Top: PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Martha Taylor, Dan 
Kane, Dick Brisbin, Dave Hepting, Mrs. Baldwin. Elsie Parton. Natalie Feola. Chair- 
man, Nancy Hart, Pat Howarth. 

Right: Members of council at a typical meeting. 




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Left to Right: 

Top: ROBERT ALLMAN. 

Middle Row: SHEILA BAILEY, KIM BAREFOOT. 

Bottom: MICHAEL BRUNER. TERRY CLEMONS. 



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Who's Who 





Left to Rwht: 

Top: CHARLES EVANS. DAVID FEOLA. 
Middle: ANN GARDNER. JOHN GRIFFITH. 
Bottom: PRESTON HERRING. 



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Top: VERA HOYLMAN. 

Middle: JOHN McCUSKEY, PRUDENCE HOLOSKI. 

Bottom: SUSAN LAW, JACK OWEN. 



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. . In American 
Colleges and 
Universities 





Lejt to Right: 

Top: TRIANA BRUSO. 

Middle: BILL STEELE, DIANE THOMAS. 

Bottom: ROSE MARIE WILSON. 



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Publications 



Top Left: Nancy Baker Assistant Editor. Jeff Cain 
Photographer, Sheila Bailey Business Manager, Elsie 
Parton Editor. Middle Left: The Murmurmonlis 
Staff. Bottom Left: Mrs. Baldwin Advisor, Nancy 
Baker Assistant Editor, Elsie Earton Editor. 





Top Right: Seated: Dave Hepting Editor of The Pharos. 
Standing: Craig Lang Business Manager, Dick Brishin, 
Co-Editor. Far Right: Columnist Bob Beakley, Sports 
Manager Mike Marcy, Columnists Tom Tarn and Tom 
Bartley. Bottom Right: Features Manager Judy Rich- 
mond, Columnist Susie Sharpe. News Manager Judy 
Beck, John Ekey. 



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I pper Left: H aught Literary Society is com- 
posed of twelve senior women chosen on the 
basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. 
Haught sponsored the annual "Smartie Party" 
for freshman girls with outstanding scholastic 
averages. The president is Margaret Fehrman. 
and the advisor is Miss Paralee Norman. 
Loiter Left: TriReta emphasizes "sound 
scholarship dissemination of scientific knowl- 
edge, and the promotion of biological re- 
search. ' Membership is reserved for majors 
and minors who show outstanding ability 
in the field of biology. The president is Sam 
Carver and the advisor is Dr. Rossbach. 
Sigma Tan Delta \ational English Fraternity 
has sponsored two dinners this year, and has 
held two telelectures. Their president is 
Margaret Fehrman. and the advisors are Mrs. 
James Baldwin and Mr. Austin. Loner Right: 
Kappa Pi \ational Honorary Art Fraternity. 
selects its members on the basis of outstanding 
achievement and interest in art. Randy Bogart 
served as president, and Mr. George Keester 
is the advisor. 



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Lpper Left: Omicron Delia Kappa National 
leadership honor society for college men. 
President — Terry demons, Advisor — Dr. 
Davis. 

Loner Left: SNOW is open to all nursing 
students. Their purpose is to create an 
individual responsibility for the profession. 
President — Barb Webb. Advisor — Miss 
Keller. 

Upper Right: SXEA the Student National 
Education Association establishes its pur- 
pose for the benefit of the educational 
profession. President — Sandy Owen. 

Lourr Right: Betty Lamp Club is open to 
all girls who are majoring or minoring in 
Home Economics. The club members were 
very active this year, sponsoring an annual 
Alumni Breakfast during homecoming, also 
they attended the State Home Economics 
Convention in May. President — Martha 
MacWilliam. Advisor — Mrs. Walls. 



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Upper Left: Kappa Phi a national sorority for Methodist women: Throughout the \ear many activities geared to develop its members in 
becoming better Christian women are planned. Activities include the Rose Tea. Degree of the Light, and the Degree of the Rose. President 
— Karen Chapman. Advisor — Mrs. Coston. 

Lower Lejt: Sitzmark Ski Club Since snow was scarce this winter the trips planned b\ the ski club had to be cancelled. The club is open 
to all students with an interest in the sport. President — John Griffith. 

Upper Right: Sigma Thela Epsilon provides an opportunity for service as well as brotherhood. A national service fraternity for men of 
Methodist preference, many members will serve the Methodist Church in the future years. Each vear STE holds the annual Kappa Phi — 
Sigma Theta Epsilon dinner-dance. Sweetheart — Leslie Tierney, President — Dennis Bedell. 

Lower Right: Religious Life Council organizes and coordinates religious activities of the campus. These included, a Folk Mass and the 
Christmas Tree Lighting Service. President — Mike Bruner. Advisor — Dr. Gunsulus. 




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Upper Left: Pjiejjcr Society was organized for library science majors and minors who explore various phases of library work. 
Mr. Burns is the advisor. Lower Left: The International Relations Club attended a seminar this year at the United Nations in 
New York Citv. Their president is Ed Munn. Right: The Sociology Anthropology Club is a club designed to broaden the 
knowledge of social practices, theories, and methods of these students who major or minor in sociology or anthropology. This 
year's activities included guest speakers in social work, and trips to places such as the Huttonsville Prison and the Appala- 
chian Mental Health Center in Elkins. The president is Bob Fehl. and Dr. Sessions served as the advisor. 



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Upper Left: The Gymnastics Club was established in 1968 
by a group of interested students, under the direction of 
Dean Ross. The purpose of the club is to advance the interest 
in gymnastics and to demonstrate to interested groups funda- 
mental and advance skills in this sport. 

Middle Left: The Honor Board is the campus-wide judicial 
body, functioning under the direction of the Academic Af- 
fairs Committee of Community, which is responsible for the 
enforcement of the Honor Code. Chairman — Richard Brisbin. 

Lower Left: Psychology Club is open to all who are in- 
terested in the field. Guest speakers head the list of the many 
presentations of the organization. Advisor — Mr. Nelson. 

Upper Right: Alpha Psi Omega members are those students 
who excel in the field of speech and dramatic arts, and 
participate in the many theatrical productions. Advisor — 
Charles Presar. 

Lower Right: Soquinta chooses its members from the upper 
5 percent of the sophomore class. Members are tapped in the 
fall for this academic honor society. It is Soquinta's purpose 
"to exemplify and foster scholarly attitude" by its members. 
President — Debby Fisk Advisor — Mrs. Baldwin. 







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Upper Left: The Wesleyan tour choir consists of a select number of students from the chapel choir. The choir this year traveled 
in West Virginia, Maryland. Indiana, and Ohio. The tour choir proves to be a most significant event in the lives of all its par- 
ticipants. Director — Mr. Parsons. 

Lower Lejl: The girls choir ensemble. Director— Mr. Peterson 

Upper Right: Chapel Choir serves the campus community and performs outstanding choral literature, under the astute baton of 
Professor Larry Parsons. Major works performed by the choir were the Vivaldi, "Gloria" and the Mozart "Requiem." Once 
again the group has proven to be on the most outstanding in the area. President — Gary O'Neal. 

Lower Right: The Wesleyan Band plays an active part in producing school spirit during football season. One can hear the pep 
band playing at the basketball games during the winter months. The band spends many hours practicing to ensure an excellent 
at Christmas and Graduation. Director — Mr. Milburn. 



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Lower Right: Hyma Glee Club offers musical opportunities for men at Wesleyan. This year the club performed before the student body 

and also performed a concert for the patients of the Weston State Hospital. President — Bobby Kopp; Advisor — Mr. Loftis. 

Upper Left: The Organ Guild (Wesleyan Student Guild of the American Guild of Organists) sponsored several speakers, George Markey 

and Mr. Clyde Holoway. Several organ recitals were planned during the year by the students. President — Gary O'Neal; Advisor — Mr. 

Shafer. 

Lower Left: The Women's Choir performed several concerts during the school year, including a Christmas concert and a program during 

Spring. The choir also journeyed to Fairmont to present their Christmas program to the Methodist Church in Fairmont. President — 

Emily Pickett: Advisor — Mr. Peterson. 



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Upper Left: Pi Kappa Nu. the Home Economics 
honorary, selects its members on the basis of 
academic excellence in their field. President — 
Janice Andrews; Advisor — Mrs. Walls. 
Lower Left: Delta Psi Kappa members are 
chosen from the majors and minors in physical 
education, who have accumulated excellence in 
the field. President — Barbara Glenn: Advisor — 
Mrs. Allen. 

Upper Right: Through meetings the majors and 
minors of the Physical Education Department 
come to understand the women's intramural 
progiam. All members help to officiate the in- 
tramural games. President — Patricia McCor- 
mick. 

Lower Right: The Honorary Business Society 
meet monthly to discuss problems within the 
business world. President — Bob Allman: Ad- 
visor — Mrs. Parker. 



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Upper Left: The Math Honorary an organization for those majors and minors showing outstanding performance in their field. This 
year the math honorary was host to the Mathematical Association regional convention in May. President — Bill Donkin. Advisor — 

Mr. Berry. 
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Lower Left: Student Service Projects a voluntary service organization on campus. Projects include Big-Brother — Big Sister pro- 
gram, tutoring centers. SAW — students who visit Weston mental hospital, a recreation center for the children at the city Housing 
Project, working with elders in the town. Chairman — Linda Warehime. 

Upper Right: Sigma Eta Sigma is an academic honorary open to students who have a 3.35 or better average after completing 80 
hours of work. The organization meets for dinner meeting twice a semester. President — Carole Norton. Advisor — Dr. Welliver. 

Lower Right: Benzene Ring the chemistry honorary have been extremely active this year, sponsoring faculty members as speakers, 
a science show at the Academy School. President — Dan Conrad. 




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Upper Left: The Philosophy Club meet for dis- 
cussion and debate of various propositions. In 
addition, members attend and read papers for the 
West Virginia Philosophical Association. Presi- 
dent — Carole Norton; Advisor — Dr. Mow. 
Lower Left: The 4-H Club has been very active 
this year. During the school year members of 4-H 
work with area 4-H clubs. President — Greenbrier 
Almond. 

Upper Righl: Activities of the MENC in the past 
year have included a trip to the Pittsburgh opera 
production of "La Boheme," a demonstration of 
music education series by Follett Co., trips to the 
national MENC convention in Washington D.C., 
and a lecture on music therapy. President — Bar- 
bara Heckert. 

Lower Right: Clauner Historical Society was 
founded for the purpose of promoting the study 
of history as an academic discipline. Named in 
honor of Dr. George Glauner, Professor Emeritus 
of history at Wesleyan. President — Mike Marcy: 
Advisor — Mr. Sharpe. 




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Upper Left: WVWC FM began its first broadcast dur- 
ing the year, extending its hours from 6:30 p.m. to 
9:00 p.m. then from 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. on 
Monday through Friday and from 3:00 p.m. to 11:30 
p.nr. on Saturdays. The staff has grown to 10 announc- 
ers and 10 engineers. The programs are educational. 
Advisor — Mrs. Harper. 

Lower Left: Elcirculo Espanol this year sponsored a 
Spanish dinner for the students majoring or minoring 
in Spanish. President— Patricia Flaherty; Advisor — 
Mr. Green. 

Lower Right: The Radio Club is a newly organized 
group, who is concerned with the technological aspects 
concerning radio. Advisor — Dr. Wolfe. 




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Pan Hellenic 







Pan Hellenic Council was founded to promote good relations among the sororities on campus. The 
representatives of all the sororities work together to coordinate an effective rush and pledging pro- 
gram. They also participate in the planning of Greek Week and the Pan Hellenic Scholarship ban- 
quet. The officers this year were President — Linda Simile. Vice President — Monica Wilson, Secre- 
tary — Carol Wisman, and Treasurer — Mary Ester Grubb. Pictured — Sealed: Monica Wilson, Linda 
Simile, Mary Ester Grubb. and Dean McBrair. Standing: Cheryl Miller, Ruth Mercogliano, Lois 
Inzetta, Connie Johnston. Dianne Thomas. Carol Lowery. and Sue Sweezey. 



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Interfraternitv Council is organized to coordinate the functions of the Greek fraternities on campus. IFC 
regulates the activities of rushing and pledging, intramural sports, and helps in the planning of the 
Greek Week activities. This year's officers included President Preston Herring. Vice President Mike 
Robinson. Secretaries Frank Wilson, and Thomas Tarn. Treasurer Bill Reese, and Committee Coordi- 
nator Bob Kopp. The 1969 Interfraternitv Council is shown above as follows: Seated: Mike Robin- 
son. Preston Herring. Bob Kopp. Tom Tarn. Standing: Jim Okonak. Gary Ritner. Jim McCutcheon. 
Bob Beaklv. Mark Palmer. Doug McClure. and Micky Kay. 




Greeks Sponsor Successful 
Rush and Pledging Program 




Above Lejt: Thela Chi Fall pledge class. 
Above Right: Rushees become acquainted 
with sorority girls at the Pan Hellenic Tea. 
Beloiv Right: Enthusiastic crowds watch 
as new pledges are introduced. 



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Top: New Alpha Gamma Delta pledges sing with their sisters. Center: The spring 
pledge class of Phi Sigma Epsilon. Bottom: Pledge Trainer Fred Timbrook introduces 
the Chi Phi fall pledge class. 




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Z.e/< Top: The winning Chi Phi entry 
girls of Alpha Gam prepare to pull 
overall trophy. Left Bottom: The Ph 



in a new event — the bed race. Left Center: The 
in the tug-of-war. Alpha Gam won the girls' 

i Sigma Epsilon entry in another new event — a 
raft race down the Buckhannon River. Top Center: Theta Chi, who won the over-all 
men's trophy, pulls in the tug-of-war. Bottom Center: Greek men race around the 
track. Top Right: Todd Wallace and Andy Hileman of Kappa Alpha plug along in 
the wheelbarrow race. Bottom Right: Crowds gather on the Poe Bridge to watch the 
beginning of the raft race. 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



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Marian Nicholas 
Karen White 
Marcv Bo\le 
Betty Resler 
Chris Englert 
Chris Baurhenn 
Gayle Barrett 
Elaine Erwin 
Bonnie Davis 
Birdie Kurtz 
Jan Davis 
Jan Hogg 
Sue Stewart 
Nedra Scott 
Barh Wallace 
Carol W isman 
Judie Hain 
Alice Cadick 
Karen Remington 
Bonnie Burgie 
Wendy Leathers 
Anne Green 
Karen Drop 
Suzanne Thomas 
Marianne Barella 
Carol Swope 
Marian Bosworth 
Carol Vigilante 
Diane Leach 



30. Judy Richmond 

31. Chris Easton 

32. Louisa Fernandez 

33. Linda Cullings 

34. Jeani Brvson 

35. Diane Thomas 

36. Marylin Distad 

37. Beth Belmore 

38. Connie Coye 

39. Kathv Alcox 

40. Manbeth OWeill 

41. Marcia Roesch 

42. Jill Finch 

43. Mary Ann Lauffer 
41. Jane McHugh 

45. Jeanne Christiansen 

46. Karen Barclay 

47. Bobbie Bultman 

48. Barb Magierski 

49. Joanne Baudi 

50. Phyllis Marsden 

51. Melinda Andrews 

52. Linda Parsons 

53. Linda Krakowski 

54. Carol Clausen 

55. Darlene Perazzone 

56. Carol Orsini 

57. Kathy Ripley 

58. Karen Ruppel 




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Above: Sister Darlene Perazzone sips a coke while 
watching the Greek Week games. Right: The fall pledges 
are presented. Top Right: Homecoming Queen Anne 
Green rides the Freshman float. Far Right: The ADPi's 
winning float. 



The sisters of Kappa Gamma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi began 
a great year by taking in fifteen new pledges in September. Home- 
coming was a big success as the ADPi's won the first place float 
and the over-all trophy. Anne Green, a senior sister was Homecoming 
Queen. Spring Sing was fun and the girls were well represented. 
Diane Thomas, past-president, was a senior attendant. Second se- 
mester rush presented ten "Little Indian" pledges for the ADPi's. 
The year ended as successfully as it began with the ADPi's- winning 
the field events trophy and the tug-of-war for Greek Week. During 
the year, the girls had a pizza party, an Easter party given by the 
pledges, and a Christmas service project. 




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Gloria Knappenberger 30. 

Vera Lou Holyman 31. 

Nancy Chomicz 32. 

Debb> Yule 33. 

Ginny Gillenwater 34. 

Cherie Nick 35. 

Pam Blevins 36. 

Ranch McCutcheon 37. 

Pam Hajari 38. 

Vonnie Murras 39. 

Diane Felzer 40. 

Nancy Williams 41. 

Beverly Hayes 42. 

Pat Howarth 43. 

Jeanie Langerfield 44. 

Nancy Taylor 45. 

Jane Reed 46. 

Carlene Lindberg 47. 

Mary Ammar 48. 

Carolyn Sillaman 49 

Kim Barefoot 50. 

Loyette Miller 51 

Babr Helms 52. 

Susie Law 53. 

Janet Sprinkle 54 

Linda flolbrook 55, 

Pat Reeves 56 

Linda Phillips 57, 
Susan Harvey 



Linda Simile 
Mary Jo Hodgeman 
Jennifer Dunlap 
Amy Featherer 
Jane Reed 
Evelyn Sherburne 
Janet Alexander 
Linda Coleman 
Karen Shelton 
Dessie Shuler 
Susan Krukiel 
Cheryl Miller 
Joanne Barton 
Janet French 
Pam Myers 
Sylvia Beeghly 
Shiela Bailey 
Judv Simmons 
Jill Challender 
Shellev Hinerman 
Connie Johnston 
Elaine Anderson 
Barb Miller 
Chris Wells 
Barb NitolLi 
Barb Giles 
Nancy Wilson 
Meredith Naudts 



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Above: The sisters of Alpha 
Gam proudly lead their new 
pledges. Far Left: Sisters 
Barhara Giles and Sandy 
Owen. Left: Cheryl Miller at 
the Homecoming parade. 
Top Right: The Alpha Gamma 
Delta Spring Pledge class 
rushes into the Scow to be 
recognized. Bottom Right: 
Gams congratulate Barbara 
Helms Spring Weekend Queen. 




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The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta enthusiastically 
started the year by taking a full pledge class of nine 
outstanding girls. Homecoming soon followed with the 
Alpha Gams tracking down the "Loose Goose" with 
their float "The Old Woman Who Lived in A Shoe." 
Their banner of "Rub-aDub-Dub Three Gams in A 
Tub" welcomed alumni and friends to the weekend's 
festivities and won a first place trophy for the chapter. 
Sisters Cheryl Miller, Barbara Helms, and Barbara 
Giles were senior attendants in the Homecoming court. 
At the Murmurmontis Contest the Alpha Gams proud- 
ly saw sister Jane Reed named as second runner-up 
to the Murmurmontis Queen for 1969. The chapter 
was also happy to see their 1968 spring pledge class 
win the pledge scholarship trophy at the fall Pan 
Hellenic Dinner. The sisters gained fourteen new 
pledges in the spring after their "Southern Planta- 
tion" rush party. Spring Sing was a happy occasion 
with sister Barbara Helms crowned as 1969 Spring 
Weekend Queen, and sisters Linda Coleman and 
Carlene Lindberg as senior attendants, and sisters 
Jane Reed as Junior Attendant, and Elaine Anderson 
as sophomore attendant. Under the enthusiastic lead- 
ership of Jane Reed, the sisters won honorable men- 
tion for their "Spring Medley." The sisters were 
excited in their "new adopted little sister," Miss Ny 
Yin Wan of Chih Ching Primary School, Hong Kong 
through the Christian Children's Fund. 



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1. 


Barb Harris 


20. 


Liz Lincicome 


2. 


Lois Inzetta 


21. 


Joy Burleigh 


3. 


Kath\ Reemsnyder 


22. 


Jan Jackman 


4. 


Candv Dollman 


23. 


Sue Robinson 


5. 


Danni Daniell 


24. 


Margie Dull 


6. 


Ruth Mercogliano 


25. 


Marcie Wertz 


7. 


Cheri Courtney 


26. 


Linda Lu Telle 


8. 


Claudia Earner 


27. 


Barb Tonkinson 


9. 


Ann Swope 


28. 


Donna Mercogliano 


10. 


Linda Cochran 


29. 


Chris Smith 


11. 


Brenda Fullen 


30. 


Martha Wiseman 


12. 


Carolyn Saxton 


31. 


Barbara Jobe 


13. 


Jayne Groyes 


32. 


Pam Carpenter 


11. 


Molly Case 


33. 


Bonnie Bibb 


15. 


Susan Snyder 


34. 


Pat Harte 


16. 


Ruth Hast 


35. 


Chris Mager 


17. 


Debbie Boyd 


36. 


Linda Hall 


18. 


Kathy Kelly 


37. 


Nancy Sommeryille 


19. 


Karen Smith 


38. 


Anne Risinger 



39. Mary Jean Dorsey 

40. Nancy Dayis 

41. Ann Eichelberger 

42. Linda Cantley 

43. Sandy Duyall 

44. Natalie Feola 

45. Jan Roberge 

46. Nancy Hart 

47. Irene Eister 

48. Linda Watkins 

49. Cindy Ladd 

50. Margo Snider 

51. Julie Craft 

52. Allyson Eggers 

53. Beth Spears 

54. Vieki Thorn 

55. Rose Wilson 

56. Chris Rapking 

57. Betty Morrison 



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Alpha XI 
Delta 



Top Left: Candy Dollman wraps a gift for 
an underprivileged Buckhannon child. Bot- 
tom Left: Proud Spring pledges rush into 
the social hall to be recognized. Top Right: 
The spring pledges. Bottom Right: The fall 
pledges. 




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Alpha Xi Delta started an exciting year with their annual fall retreat to plan the year's activities. An 
evening of getting re-acquainted with sisters was enjoyed by all. Homecoming Weekend started 
weeks in advance for the Alpha Xi's with the building of the float "Pages Loose from Mother 
Goose." This second place float was ridden by Karen Smith. Barb Tonkinson, and Mary Ester Grubb. 
Alpha Xi's were number one in intramurals and accepted three trophies at the Awards Assembly for 
total accumulated points, basketball, and volleyball. Linda Hall was chosen Murmurmontis Queen, 
and Danni Daniell was the first runner-up. Also representing the 'Tuzzies" were Karen Smith and 
Leslie Byrd. Christine Rapking was chosen Wesley Ann for this year and the Alpha Xi's are really 
proud of her. First semester the Xi's took nine new pledges, and second semester they proudly 
took a great fifteen member pledge class. During Spring Weekend. Alpha Xi was represented by 
Martha Wiseman, Freshman Attendant, and Senior Attendants Linda Cochran, and Diane Daniell. 








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1. Georgia Hayes 

2. Ginny Marshall 

3. Karen Fife 

4. Barb Tanner 

5. Karen McKenzie 

6. Barb Glenn 

7. Maggie Thorne 

8. Sue Sweezy 

9. Merrill Seaman 

10. Lynn Luzier 

11. Betsy Parker 

12. Robin Linseman 

13. Kaylene James 

14. Karen Ashankey 

15. Minica Wilson 

16. Gussie Runion 

17. Judy Howe 

18. Karen Marsteller 

19. Sue Honse 

20. Carol Lowery 

21. Phyllis Frank 

22. Stella Millet 

23. Carol Breitinger 

24. Bev Tragus 



25. Sara McCorkle 

26. Sharon Forest 

27. Sue Jackson 

28. Cathy Cotter 

29. Marlene Edmonds 

30. Linda Roche 

31. Joy Balsley 

32. Karen Lonis 

33. Linda McKeever 

34. Dotty Cherry 

35. Linda Hull 

36. Sue Smith 

37. Janet Hartwell 

38. Rena Ryder 

39. Melody Finegan 

40. Joan Hackett 

41. Carolyn Barker 

42. Carol Dueger 

43. Yvonne Kerns 

44. Linda Ward 

45. Carole Bayard 

46. Judy Cain 

47. Sue Smith 




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Zeta Tau Alpha was very proud of this year's schedule of activities which got off to a 
good start with a fall retreat. Homecoming Weekend found the girls putting the finish- 
ing touches on their float. "Little Boy Blue." "Little Jack Horner Welcomes the Alumni," 
the Zeta banner, won honorable mention. The White Violet honoring the fall pledge 
class was a colorful affair with Jack Frost painting the leaves a red and gold. Second 
semester activities included practicing a medley from Mary Poppins which Zeta Tau 
Alpha presented at Spring Sing with a special dance by Betsy Parker as an added at- 
traction. For participation in intramural activities, Zeta won the Sportsmanship Trophy. 
The Spring Formal with the theme "Roses and Lollipops" was a big success. Through- 
out the year many other social events were held. On Homecoming and Spring Week- 
ends, open houses were held for parents and other visitors. Zeta had a tea in the fall 
honoring the alumni and faculty. The traditional deserts were held for the fraternities. 
Zeta Tau Alpha worked hard on their service projects this year. By selling candy ap- 
ples, money was raised to help cerebral palsy children. Zetas prepared a meal for the 
pupils of the Daysville School. This has been a busy year for the sisters of Zeta Tau 
Alpha. 



Zeta 

Tau 

Alpha 




Top Left: Karen McKenzie, Sharon Forest, and Dotty Cherry seem to be having a good time. Middle 
Left: Proud Zetas show off their new spring pledge class. Bottom Left: Judv Howe shaves a ballon at a 
Greek Week event. Right: Zetas celebrate a victory at an intramurals game. 



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Chi Phi 




1. Terry Wagner 


21. John Porter 


2. Nat Ayre 


22. Brent Reed 


3. Bob Kopp 


23. Denny Davis 


1. Mark Booth 


24. Bob Adams 


5. Dick Riggs 


25. Jim Okonak 


6. Tom Grimes 


26. Don Matthews 


7. Dan Duncan 


27. Art Gobeille 


8. Peyton Cromwell 


28. Ed Schultz 


9. Randy Gilbert 


29. John Thompson 


10. Marc Harmon 


30. Dave Emmett 


11. John Parnell 


31. Mark Smith 


12. John Rexroad 


32. Jim Schultz 


13. Tom Tarn 


33. Steve Gammarino 


14. George Chewning 


34. Fran Millar 


15. Carlene Lindberg 


35. Brian Hixson 


16. Rick Denver 


36. Joe Hebb 


17. Dave Kohl 


37. Tom Green 


18. Phil Rendin 


38. Steve Shimp 


19. Jim Harsha 


39. George Glumac 


20. Mike Marcy 


40. Armand Salvati 



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Top Left: The Chi Phi entry 
in the Greek Week raft race. 
Middle Left: The Fall pledges. 
Bottom Left: Chi Phi's show 
their strength in the Tug-of- 
war. 

Right: A rowdy bunch of new 
pledges. 




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Chi Phi 




The brothers of Delta Xi chapter of Chi Phi, with a tradition at Wesleyan dating 
back to 1926, and a national history that began in 1824, have again enjoyed a 
most successful, year. The social calendar was highlighted by the Homecoming 
Dance, a repeat of last year's Hell's Angels Party, and the annual Sweetheart 
Weekend. The Brotherhood participated in all areas of the campus life. The 
Chi Phi men were well represented in intramurals and also did well in the Greek 
Week activities. Miss Carlene Lindberg was the 1968-1969 Sweetheart. 



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1. Bill Giordanengo 

2. Steve Foster 

3. Mike Bennett 

4. George Stamas 

5. Hoppy Morton 

6. Bob Piper 

7. Mike Healey 

8. Bob Niccolai 

9. Andy Gdovic 

10. Paul Jastremski 

11. Dan Keenan 

12. Jon Harrigan 

13. Paul Boyle 

14. Gregg Taylor 

15. Jim Moore 

16. Mike Robinson 

17. Ed Eskew 

18. Jim Remson 

19. Steve Thompson 

20. Bob Cummings 

21. Todd Wallace 

22. Doug Light 

23. Bill Alton 

24. Ron Steritt 

25. Bill Reese 

26. Jon Rickey 

27. Ted Pentz 

28. Dave Stephenson 

29. John Criss 



30. Dick Hyre 

31. A. J. Engle 

32. Dan Popp 

33. Chris Ingold 

34. Gregg Donley 

35. Steve Randall 

36. Dave Lalich 

37. Joe Martin 

38. Joe Lafferty 

39. Chris Sabo 

40. Buck Salsbury 

41. Bill Carpenter 

42. Sam Christian 

43. George Criss 

44. Rick Braun 

45. Reed Barbor 

46. Tim Crowley 

47. Darrell Dotson 

48. Ted Denman 

49. Roy Carter 

50. Kevin Koebley 

51. Doug McCallister 

52. Harr> Risher 

53. Butch Talbott 

54. Mark Mendelson 

55. Jim Kellogg 

56. Rich Esposito 

57. Rick Diak 

58. Dave Myers 




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Kappa 
Alpha 



Top Left: The first semester pledge class rushes into 
the Scow. Bottom Left: KA's on the way to class. 
Top Right: An excited spring pledge class presents 
itself in the social hall. Bottom Right: The KA's 
prepare to "sail" in their winning raft which took 
first place in the raft race. 





Always exhibiting the role of the "Southern Gentlemen," the brothers of 
Kappa Alpha Order enjoyed another successful year at Wesleyan. KA 
wlcomed a great Fall Pledge Class and found the brothers working hard 
on their homecoming float, "The Loosest Mother Goose." Fall festivities 
also included the selection of Miss Melinda Andrews, pinmate of brother 
Bill Reese, as the chapter Sweetheart of 1969. Intramural season proved 
to be very successful, with KA winning the "A" championships in football 
and basketball, and taking first place in the Greek Week Raft Regatta. 
Spring saw the initiation of another great pledge class, and the coming 
of "Old South Weekend." "Old South" proved once again to be the social 
highlight for KA and saw Miss Judy Paxton selected as the "Belle of the 
Ball." 



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1. Allen Kayser 


30. Bill Becker 


2. Tom Hasbrouck 


31. Gary O'Neal 


3. Gary Ritner 


32. Dave Axtell 


4. Bob Albert 


33. Terry Kerns 


5. Jim McCutcheon 


34. Ken Douglas 


6. Bill Van deCar 


35. Rich Althaus 


7. Steve Terry 


36. Danny Zulick 


8. Ralph Berry 


37. Donald Coleman 


9. George Locke 


38. George Campbell 


10. Hugh Mcjunkin 


39. Dave Dannenberger 


11. Howie Doak 


40. Bill Merante 


12. Jeff Pawlik 


41. Jeff Holmes 


13. John Stranges 


42. Jeff Bissell 


14. Jim Quade 


43. Bob Columbus 


15. Mike Bruner 


44. Phil Minderlein 


16. Bill Wilde 


45. Rich Wolverton 


17. Bob Rau 


46. Lee Duffield 


18. Tom Moore 


47. Charlie Coleman 


19. Diane Fetzer 


48. Ed Federico 


20. Dalyn Curry 


49. Frank Fowler 


21. Joe Mondile 


50. Gregg Travilla 


22. Dave Myers 


51. Ray Steelman 


23. Tom Ryan 


52. Dale Darnall 


24. Wayne De Rosset 


53. Brian Humphrey 


25. Tom Lewis 


54. Dan Conrad 


26. Ron Dixon 


55. Dick Kittell 


27. Dave Hepting 


56. Mark Palmer 


28. Bob Beakley 


57. Tom Macioch 


29. Jim Daniels 


58. Tom Harris 




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Week games. Top Left: Jeff Holmes. 
Middle Left: The spring pledge class 
at the Scow. Bottom Left: The fall 
pledges sing with their new brothers. 
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Phi Sigma 
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The brothers of Phi Kappa Chapter, Phi Sigma Epsilon, started the 68-69 academic year 
with a full social calendar, highlighted by the Fall Pledge Formal, the Spring Pledge 
Formal, and our annual Cardinal and Silver Ball which saw many Phi Sig alumni filling 
the halls of the chapter house. The fall semester began enthusiastically with the taking of 
fourteen pledges. Homecoming was a success for all with Phi Sig coming up with second 
place honors in the banner and float competitions. Upon return from a memorable 
Christmas break, Phi Sig added eleven more men to the ranks of this fast growing frater- 
nity. Phi Sig again took second place in the annual Spring Sing competition. Greek Week 
events saw Phi Sig giving out an appreciably improved performance although still holding 
down the anchor position. The close of the spring semester found Phi Sig men active in 
every phase of campus life, giving truth to a Phi Sig slogan — "To be is to be capable of 
action!" The Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Epsilon for 1968-1969 is Miss Diane Fetzer, a 
sister of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. 



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1. Steve Cruikshank 

2. Bob Waldron 

3. Ed Young 

4. Art Wheelock 

5. John Dodd 

6. Lester Jarboe and 
daughter Kimberly 

7. Ruth Hast 

8. Joe Morock 

9. Bob Allman 

10. Danni Daniell 

11. Larry Reseter 

12. Rob Bradshaw 

13. Jesse Dunstan 

14. Chuck Kirby 

15. Terry Richter 

16. Ed Carpenter 

17. John Giles 

18. Bob Graham 

19. Ray Profit 



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Theta 
Chi 



20. Jerry Smith 

21. Carl Tavalaro 

22. Cliff Cox 

23. Arnie Phipps 

24. Sky Pindar 

25. Cuy Charming 

26. Bob Eves 

27. Dave Feola 

28. Larry Rhodes 
20. Enver Ahmed 
30. Tim Waroblak 

Bob Sullivan 
Lee Pearce 
Dave McNeill 

34. Ralph Beers 

35. Wayne Rath 

36. Rico Parenti 

37. Dana Otis 

38. Tom Cochran 



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32 
33 



39. Crick Hudson 

40. Terry Jones 

41. Frank Wilson 

42. Al Selchan 

43. Bob Kurbel 

44. Bob Seidel 

45. Skip Lake 

46. Dave Jordan 

47. Bill Hamilton 

48. Keith Buchanon 

49. Gary Dodson 

50. Frank Slaughter 
Missing: 

Dave Irwin 
Jim Anderson 
Tom Black 
Bob Barillari 
Larry Lees 
George Pettibon 



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Theta 
Ch 




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The brothers of Delta Gamma Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity enjoyed another suc- 
cessful year in 1968-1969. The year started when the brothers took six fine pledges. 
The hard-working brothers were rewarded at Homecoming when their float "Your Mother 
Goose" took first place among the fraternity floats. The brothers fared well in the in- 
tramurals program, and also took the overall trophy at the Greek Week events. At 
Spring- Sing the Theta Chi's serenaded the Spring Queen with an original arrangement 
of "Why Do Fools Fall In Love?" by Keith Buchanon, who also directed the brothers. 
Theta Chi again had a variety of original theme parties including the annual "Sewer 
Party," a "Suppressed Desire Party" and a "Wake." Theta Chi took a tremendous spring 
pledge class of seventeen men. The Theta Chi's have had a great year while living up 
to their motto "Alma Mater first, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater." 




Far Left: Bob Eves relaxes while watching the Greek 
Week games. Top Left: The Fall Pledges Class shows 
enthusiasm. Middle Lejt: The Spring Pledge Class is 
presented at the Scow. Bottom Left: Bob Allman. 
Danni Daniell. and the Feolas watch a Bobcat basket- 
ball game. Right: Brother Dave Jordan and fiancee 
Georgia Jenkins chat between classes. 




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Theta Xi 



1. 


Mike Weeks 


2. 


George Schwenebraten 


3. 


Frank Catalano 


4. 


Kim Black 


5. 


Preston Herring 


6. Jeff Cain 


7. 


Tom Clayton 


8. 


Dave Hughes 


0. 


Bob Heim 


10. 


Bob Fehl 


11. 


Dale Holmes 


12. 


Will Lacey 


13. 


Gregg McClendon 


14. Jack Tout tillotte 


15 


Steve Caldwell 


16 


Bob McClure 


17 


Meredith Naudts 


18 


Bob Pflaum 


19 


Karen Smith 


20 


Dave Dzara 


21 


Don Green 


22 


Jack Milburn 


23 


Bob Hein 


24 


Mike Cottrill 


25 


Corky Conner 



26. Terry DePugh 

27. Danny Rebovitch 

28. Bill Kane 
20. Steve Olsen 

30. Don Hazel 

31. Don Wales 

32. Rod McDaniel 

33. Barry McGrath 

34. Charley Seaman 

35. John Williams 

36. Art Lapp 

37. Phil Schweir 

38. Ed Munn 

39. Sam McClure 

40. Larry Koch 

41. Rob Campbell 

42. Phil Tooze 

43. Jack Owen 

44. Leo Hein 

45. Skip Alexander 

46. Jeff Hamblen 

47. Lee Sherman 

48. Jack Bauer 

49. Gary Weller 

50. Bill Shissler 




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The Kappa Tau Chapter of Thela Xi has enjoyed another great 
year filled with success and progress. Stressing diversity in its 
membership, the brotherhood is well-represented in all fields of 
competition. This fall. Theta Xi continued its victory string at 
Homecoming with a respected first place in banner competition, 
and a third at float competition. In Spring Sing, the brothers of 
Theta Xi finished with honorable mention with their song "A 
Fellow Needs A Girl." Intramurals proved very successful as 
the brothers participated and won trophies in football, volleyball, 
and basketball. The brothers themselves are leaders in all phases 
of campus life and government. Picnics, barn dances, house 
parties, and a Pledge Dance each semester highlighted the social 
calendar along with the Spring Iris Ball Formal Weekend. Past 
Sweetheart, Miss Karen Smith turned over her reign to Miss 
Meredith IX'audts, new Theta Xi Sweetheart for the coming year. 




Top Left: The Theta Xi's present the 
Fall Peldge Class at the Scow. Far 
Left: Some of the brothers relax in the 
game room at the house. Center Left: 
Brother Kim Black chats at a rush 
party. Top Right: Art Lapp watches 
the Greek Week games. Middle Right: 
Past Sweetheart Karen Smith and Dave 
Dzara. her pinmate chat with rushees. 
Bottom Right: The Spring Pledge Class 
of Theta Xi. 




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Bobcat Gridmen Have A Grim Season 




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Upper Left: The 1968 Bobcat football squad. Upper Right: 
The Wesleyan defensive team. Lower Left: Bobcat kicks 
the ball right into West Liberty's hands. Lower Center: Tom 
Black is ready to fight for the ball. Lower Right: Co-captain 
Bob Allman watches intensely the moves of his teammates. 




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SCORES 

Opponent 

62 
30 
13 
42 
34 
56 
27 
13 

Despite Wesleyan's grim season, Senior Larry Rhodes was awarded 
a first team position on the All-Conference teams and was named 
"Offensive Back of the Year." He was leading rusher in the con- 
ference, second in kickoff returns, third in total offense, sixth in 
scoring, and sixth in punt returns. Others receiving positions were 
Dave Feola, Boh Allman and Tom Black, with honorable mention 
given to Dave McNeill and Gregg Donley. Rhodes was also one 
of seven WVIAC players to receive All-American laurels when he 
was given honorable mention by NAIA. 



Wesleyan 




6 


Fairmont 





West Liberty 


6 


West Virginia Tech 





Glenville 


6 


Salem 


13 


Waynesburg 


41 


Bluefield 


6 


Marietta 





Upper Left: Wesleyan kicks off at the forty yard line. 
Middle Left: Larry Rhodes is congratulated on a job well 
done. Lower Left: Trainer Chuck Starkey congratulates one 
of his boys. Upper Right: Coach Pugh gives a bit of advice. 
Lower Right: Tom Black avoids the opposition to gain some 
Yardage. 










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Cross Country 
Team Sees 
Fair Season 




Upper Left: Steve Amerman crosses the finish line. Lower 
Left: Banners show appreciation to the efforts of the 
team. Upper Right: The 1968 Wesleyan Cross Country 
team. Lower Right: Howie Blum pulls into the finish line. 




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Coach Dave Reemsnyder's cross country team had a fair 
season finishing with a record of eight wins and seven 
defeats. The team had only two men returning this year: 
senior Mark Palmer who finished four years of running 
for the school, and sophomore Daryl Goodman. Five 
freshmen rounded out the team. Wesleyan placed fifth 
in the all-conference hill and dale meet. The 1969 season 
looks hopeful with six men returning. 



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Wesleyan Wins One From 

Morris Harvey 

at Homecoming 







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Left: Lining up in preparation for a long race. 
Upper Right: They're off! Lower Right: Mark 
Palmer rushes to pass up Morris Harvey 
runners. 




161 




Upper Left: Freshman Mike Healy 
tosses the ball from the opponent. 
Lower Left: The 1968 Wesleyan soccer 
team. Upper Right: Leo Hein gets the 
ball past the opposing goalie. Lower 
Right: Rich "Stick" Esposito goes after 
the ball. 



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Soccer Team Finishes Third 
in the Conference 





Since its introduction to Wesleyan six years ago, Soccer has been one of its 
most successful sports, finishing this year with a record of six wins and five 
losses. Johnny Myers' team finished third in the conference behind Alderson 
Broaddus and Davis and Elkins. 



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SCORES 



Wesleyan 




Opponc 


1 


Frostburg 


2 





W.V.U. 


4 


2 


Marietta 





2 


Morris Harvey 


1 


4 


Fairmont 








Alderson Broaddus 


4 


2 


Morris Harvey 





4 


Fairmont 


1 





Davis and Elkins 


2 


1 


Alderson Broaddus 


2 


3 


Washington and Lee 







The All-Conference Team recognized brothers John 
and Rich Esposito and Pete Roberts. Leading scorer 
was John Esposito with six goals followed by his 
brother Rich and Lee Hein having three goals each. 
Other top players and scorers for Wesleyan were Jeff 
Cain. Mike Healy. and John Griffith. 




164 




Left: John Griffith uses his ability lo get the ball from the opponent. 
Upper Right: Bob Rau warms up before a game. 
Loner Right: Action on the soccer field. 




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166 



Basketball Team Sees a Slow 
Season in 1968-1969 



Extreme Left: Ted Pentz trie? for a basket. Left: Kenn\ 
Baylor wins a jump and directs the ball away from the 
opposition. Loner Left: The 1968-1969 Basketball team. 
Center: Pentz follows as Danny Kane dribbles down the 
court. Loner Right: The team takes time out after some 
rough playing. 




Even though the Bobcat basketball squad coached by 
Hank Ellis finished low in the conference, thev had a 
better season than they have had in a few years. They 
finished the season with a record of seven wins and 
eighteen losses, and a conference record of seven wins 
and twelve losses. This year's team was young but 
talented, having good speed to make up for their only 
fair size. 




167 



168 





For the first time since the winning 1965-1966 team 
played for Wesleyan, enthusiastic Bobcat fans showed 
their spirit by packing the gym to cheer the team on to 
win several games in the conference competition. Perhaps 
next year the returning boys will bring back to Wesleyan 
the success in basketball that they have enjoyed in the 
past. 





Extreme Left: Mark Mendelson tries 
for a basket. Far Left: Kenny Baylor 
attempts to make two. Left: Kane 
catches a rebound. Top Right: Kane 
sinks the ball for two points. Far 
Right: The Bob cats use a press to 
keep the ball from the opponents. 
Louer Right: Baylor wins another 
jump shot to get the ball for Wesleyan. 



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Johnny Myers' Swimming Team looked forward at the beginning of the season to a good year, with 
nine returning, and eight promising freshmen joining the team. At the end of the first semester, 
though, things looked gray, since several swimmers were cut because of grades. Coach Myers 
stepped up the practices to twice a day and asked that each swimmer perform like "a man and a 
half." The Tri-captains this year were Jim Harsha. Ron White, and Tom Green. 



170 




Top Left: Corky Chewning does the Butterfly. Lower Left: The swimmers 
are off, in the WVIAC meet. Top Right: Tim Waroblak keeps time for a 
fellow swimmer. Middle Right: Tim Clohessy dives for Wesleyan in the 
.WVIAC meet. Lower Right: The 1968-1969 Wesleyan Swim Team. 




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Coach Myers* plea to his boys was not in 
vain, for Wesleyan won the WVIAC State 
Swim Meet for the third consecutive year. 
Wesleyan took thirteen out of seventeen 
events, and the final scores in the meet 
were: Wesleyan 202. Shepherd 95, Fair- 
mont 52, West Virginia Tech 50, and West 
Liberty 27. The championship trophy went 
to Weslevans Jim Harsha for the third 
consecutive year. The "Most Valuable 
Swimmer" award was given to him for 
bringing Wesleyan five first place show- 
ings, and breaking three state records. 





172 





Top Left: Jim Harsha displays his "Swimmer of the Year'" 
award. Far Left: Harsha in action. Left: Ed Schultz performs 
for Wesleyan. Top Right: A swimmer dives off in a WVIAC 
relay event. Lower Right: Wesleyan students served as time 
keepers for the State Meet. 



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Cheerleaders 






Upper Left: THE 1968-1969 CHEERLEADING SQUAD: 
Left to Right: Marilyn Wilson. Loyette Miller. Captain Cand\ 
Dollman. Linda Holhrook. Barb Harris. Extreme Left: Candv 
and Loyette chat between halves. Loner Left: Linda Holbrook 
leads football fans in a chant. Upper Right: Barb Harris 
cheers at a basketball pame. Loner Right: Loyette Miller 
cheers with enthusiasm for the Bobcat Five. Right: Marilyn 
Wilson refreshes with a Coke at half time. 



175 



Upper Left: Gil Stein- 
berger hurls for the Bob- 
cats. Lower Left: Bobcat 
fielders prepare to put a 
Tech man out. Right: 
Bobcat team members Bill 
Reese and Joe Morock 
watch as their team mates 
play ball. 




Slow Season Seen for 
Baseball Team 




The Bobcat baseball team saw a slow season this year, finishing with a record of 
two wins and twelve losses in conference competition. The Bobcats split double- 
headers with West Virginia Tech and Davis and Elkins to win their two victories. 
Gil Steinberger and Gary Dodson were the two winning pitchers. Steinberger hurled 
eighteen strikeouts and Dodson had sixteen. Doug Light fanned thirteen batters. 
Left Fielder Jeff Dykstra was the team's leading hitter with a .293 average. He 
was followed closely by Mike Stanton who had a .286 average, and leftfielder Ted 
Dennian with a .259. 



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SCORES 



Wesleyan 




Opponent 


3 


Alderson Broaddus 


4 


3 


Alderson Broaddus 


4 


3 


West Virginia Tech 


2 





West Virginia Tech 


9 





Ohio University 


9 





West Liberty 


8 


4 


West Liberty 


6 


6 


Davis and Elkins 





1 


Davis and Elkins 


2 


2 


Glenville 


3 


1 


Glenville 


2 


2 


Fairmont 


4 





Fairmont 


2 


1 


Salem 


10 




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Upper Left: Second baseman Joe Morock 
catches a low one. Lower Left: Art Wheelock, 
Wesleyan Catcher, makes a hit. Right: Bob- 
cat hitter slides in safe at first. 



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Despite the poor season this year, the Wesleyan baseball team can look forward to a hetter 
year in 1970. A fine group of freshman ballplayers who saw a lot of action this year will 
be returning next year to play for coach Hank Ellis. 



179 



Tennis Team Finishes 
at the Bottom in 
Conference Play 




The Wesleyan Tennis Team finshed the season with a record of no victories and nine losses. The 
team's coach, David Reemsnyder, feels that with the loss of only one senior, Jack Tourtellotte, 
and with the addition of three fine tennis players who hope to make their grade-point average, the 
team will improve for next season. 



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Lejl: The 1%'J Wesley an Tennis Team. Upper 
Right: Dave Irwin serves to the opponent. Lower 
Right: Tired players take time out. 




181 



Dave Irwin, Captain of the team, was elected by the ten- 
nis coaches of the WVIAC to be the "WVIAC Tennis 
Player of the Year, 1969." By his outstanding play and 
conduct on the courts he brought honor to himself and 
to the college. Dave was the only consistent player on 
the Bobcat team, losing only one in the regular season, 
and one in the finals of the conference match. 





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SCORES 



Wesleyan 




Opponent 


1 


West Virginia University 


8 


1 


Fairmont 


8 


2 


Salem 


7 


3 


Davis and Elkins 


6 


1 


Morris Harvey 


8 


2 


Salem 


7 


1 


Fairmont 


8 


4 


Davis and Elkins 


5 


1 


Washington and Jefferson 


8 




Upper Left: James Quade serves to the op- 
ponent. Loner Left: Chuck Brzezinski pops 
one over the net. Upper Right: Jack Tourte- 
lotte hits one over. Lower Right: Ron 
Hollein prepares to serve. 




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Upper Left: Wesleyan trackman misses in the 
polevault. Lower Left: The 1969 Wesleyan 
Track Team. Right: Freshman Dana Otis runs 
the hurdles in competition with Marietta run- 



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Wesleyan Trackmen 

Set New Records 

in 1969 




Coach Bill Pugh's Track Team finished fifth in the conference this year with a total of thirty-five points. Wesley- 
an can expect to be strong in the distance events for the next few years, for the excellent performances of Stanley 
Blankenship and Steve Amerman have shown their prowess. Stanley set three new track records this year. He 
ran the 880 in 1:17.6, the mile in 4:30, and the three-mile i n 15:21, and was the anchor man on the mile relay 
team that did the distance in 3:27.2. Steve was a member of the same relay team. He holds the 1968 New 
Jersey high school state mile record. Senior Larry Rhodes bettered his own Wesleyan high mark in the 220 yard 
dash with 21.1. 



185 



Upper Left: Wesleyan trackman does the broad- 
jump. Lower Left: Larry Rhodes pulls ahead 
in the 220. Upper Right: Bobcat trackman 
misses in the high jump. Lower right: Dave 
Feola wins against an opponent from Marietta 
in one of the races. 









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187 



Upper Left: Roy Harmon, Captain of the team, tries for the 
green. Lower Left: The 1969 Golf Team. Right: John Bitzer 
makes a swing. 





188 



Golf Team Sees 
a Successful Season 





Wesleyan finished the season in golf with a winning record in 
overall and conference competition. The Bobcats copped nine 
and lost seven engagements overall and in conference competition 
won eight and lost three. The team was coached by Johnny 
Myers. 



189 



High man on the golf team this year was Captain Roy 
Harmon with a record of sixteen wins, eight losses and two 
ties for a .667 percentage. He was followed by Jerry 
Benton with twelve, eleven and three for .522, Jerry Lay 
with thirteen, twelve and one, and James Castagna with 
thirteen, thirteen, and zero for .500. John Bitzer engaged 
in fewer matches but came out with respectable averages. 
Bitzer had nine, two, and zero for .818 and Gary Ritner 
posted a record of nine, seven and zero for .563. Lay and 
Benton tied for fourth place in the conference medalist 
scoring with 151. 




190 





Upper Left: Coach Johnny Myers seems pleased with 
his team's performance. Lower Left: Jerry Lay has a 
little trouble in the rough. Upper Right: James Gastasna 
putts one in. Bottom: Gary Ritner checks his equipment 
before playing while Jerry Benton and Rov Harmon 
look on. 



191 



Intramurals Produce Activity 
for Many Students. 




192 




Upper Left: Doug Light tries for a basket in competition between 
Kappa Alpha and Chi Phi. Far Left: Theta Chi's Sky Pindar gets 
a rebound in a contest with Kappa Alpha. Lower Left: In- 
dependent teams see action on the boards. Upper Right: Enthu- 
siastic fans come to cheer for the Theta Chi team. Lower Right: 
Theta Chi and Phi Sig see plenty of action in an intramural foot- 
ball game. 




Intramurals saw a successful year under the guidance of coach Charles Smith. The men 
participated in intramural football, basketball, volleyball, and softball, while the women 
participated in basketball, volleyball, and softball. All-star men's teams from Wesleyan 
also traveled to other schools in the area to compete with their All-star intramural teams. 



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CLASSES 



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Garey DeAngelis, President; Rick Pill, Vice-President; Bob Piper, Treas- 
urer; Judy Paxton, Secretary; Don Robbins, Community Council Repre- 
sentative. 



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John Adams Robert Adams Tom Aitken Gary Alderman 




Florence Allman Ruth Almand Stephen Amerman Linda Amman Suzanne Anderson Scott Anwyll Gwendolyn Arslen Robert Ashworth 




Janet Austin Susan Azzato Chris Bake Barbara Baker Sarah Baker Gregory Ball Melissa Bannister Robert Barbor 




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Scott Barnard Joanne Barton Gregory Basinger Christina Robert Bear Rebecca Beckwith Sylvia Beeghly Ralph Beers 

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Jacquanette Beltz Lynda Bennett William Blair Stanley James Blauvelt George Bleecker Christina Lois Blount 

Blankenship Blomquis? 



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Howard Blum Christina Boiler Barbara Boltz Cathy Borst 




Diana Boso Edward Bottum Deborah Boyd Jay Boyd 




Phyllis Boyer Diane Brant 



William 
Broadwater 



Carol Brooks 




Zella Bucher Connie Burke Douglas Burns George Byard Christina Cable Donna Cain Joseph Canfield 




Edwin Carpenter Pamela Carpenter William Carr Katherine Carter Linda Gregory Chapman Denise Chelak 

Chadderdon 




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Andrew Choy Deborah Clay Patricia Clifford Charles Coale John Coleman John Colliton Robert Columbus 



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Frank Cox Catherine Craft Theodore Crites Robert Crooks Stephen Christopher Jane Cunningham Jewell Cuppett 

Cruikshank Cullen 



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Marshall Custer Ilene Cutright Barbara Dague Geraldine Daisey Judith Dalrymple David 

Danneberger 



Dale Darnall Lois Davis 







Gary DeAngelis Michael Delany Cheryl Detrick Jean Dilworth John Donohue Linda Doolittle June Dorrell Darrell Dotson 




Keith Douglass Allison Drake Denise Dreany James Drenning Arthur Duffield Margery Dull 



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Daniel Dunlap Gary Dyck 




John Edmiston Pamela Marlene Edmonds Joan Elfers Susan Elsbree Albert Engle 

Edmiston 



Edward Eskew Sheila Etowski 



FRESHMEN 



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Shirley Eubank Amy Featherer Edward Federico Emily Fenton Wayne Fischer Susan Fl\nn Roger Frye Qiarlotte Fuchs 







James Fun Jean Gallant Deborah Garrison Lilburn Garrison Andrew Gdovic Mary Gemmill Peter Germann John Giles 




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John Gill Kenneth Cistedt David Godwin 



Barbara 
Graumann 



Robert Gray Susan Gregory Jovce Grey Ja>ne Groves 





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John Haines James Hammond Gnnnie Hamner James Hancock Edgar Harrnan 



Marc Harman Janet Harmon Peter Harris Nancy Hart Ann Harter 




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Elaine Hause Beverly Hayes Patrieia Hearn Susan Heilman Charles Heln 



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William Helms Susan Herapel 



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Thomas Herr Pamela Herron Garry Hersmaii 



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Carol Hill Paul Hinkley Wendy Rita Hogsett Donna Holcombe 

Hockeborn 




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Teffrey Holmes David Hopson Donald Horst Carol Hostettler Edward Hotalen 





Diane Hubbard Barbara Hughes David Hughes Linda Hull Paul Humparey Ronald Hunter Deanne Huselton David Irwin 




Bonnie Johnson Sandy Johnson Carolyn Jones Mary Jones Pamela T ubin Richard Kaufman William Kearns Daniel Keenan 

Rrenda Kelly Richard Kelly Barbara Kenny Ellis Keplinger Betty Kesecker William Kilgnur Kitty i >g Charles Kirby 

FRESHMEN 




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Pamela Kirkland David Klein Kevin Koebley George Kortlandt Kevin Koury Linda Krakowski Susan Krukiel Joseph Lafferty 




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David Lalich Jean Langerfield Gordon Lawrence John Lay Deborah Lee Michael Lee David Lehmkuhl Donna Lewis 





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James Light Nancy Lindberg Deborah Lindell Joanne Lizzio Danny Lowman Richard Luebke Mary Lydon William Madden 




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Nancy Madge James Mahan Anne Maillioux Julian Mandody Richard Manley Lynn Mariner Douglas Marner Cebe Marple 




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Marcia Martin Pamela Martin Thomas Martino Suzanne Marvel Donald Matthews 




Deborah Maxwell Barbara May Grace MtClelland Stewart McClure Ann McCoy 




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William Collins McCurdy Randee David McMahon Melanie Melnyk 

McCracken McCutcheon 




Richard Mercer Christine Miller Donna Miller Michael Miller Stella Millett 




Linda Moran Lynne Morrill Richard 

Morrissey 



Janet Mullins Ross Murray Pamela Myers 



Dan Neely Marian Nicholas 







Jeanne Norton Suzanne O'Brien 



Charlotte 

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Sallie Packer Susan Papp Richard Parenti Carcn Patterson Richard Patterson 




Judith Paxton Jeffrey Payne Judy Peelor Kathy Penrose Janet Peterson Richard Pill Margaret Pinson Robert Piper 




Anne Porter Thomas Powell Donna Pratt Stephen Pratt Sharon Price Martha Pritchett John Ptaskiewicz Hilleary Quay 

FRESHMEN 



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Paula Rainey Gail Rankin Wayne Rath Kenneth Rayhuck Janice Reid Philip Rendin Randall Rexroad Terence Richter 




Pamela Rinick Robert Ripley Donald Robbins Becki Roberts Wesley Roberts Jane Robie Jennifer Christopher Sabo 

Rumbelow 





Barbara Saliba Steven Sawyer Carol Savers Deborah Schnabel Roger Schrumpf James Schultz Susan Schumann Linda Scott 




Susan Selvig 



Susan Sharpe John Shaw Lois Shearer Helyn Sheppo Evelyn Sherburne Rebecca Martha Simmons 




Carol Simpson Judith Simpson Scott Sinclair Cheryl Sink L\nda Slusser Donald Smith Kathryn Smith Kristine Smith 






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Patricia Smith Cynthia Snyder Kenneth Solomon 



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Renee Solomon Mary Spanabel Brenda Spencer Linda Spencer Nancy Spring James Starbuck 



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Margaret 
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Richard Stephens 




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James Stephenson Ronald Sterritt Linda Stewart Robert Stickler Mary Stout Stephen Straight Deborah Stubbs Linda Stuckeman 




Robert Sullivan Gary Summers Patrick Sutphin Barbara Swanson Deborah Swiger Grace Tanner Alfred Taylor Lindalu Telle 




Bill Tench Michael Tener Richard Thomas Gregg Travilla Lila Triplett Cynthia Suzanne Tygard Donna Usher 

Turkington 



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Judith Watson Robert Watson Kenneth Webb Dianne Weber 



FRESHMEN 



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Marcia Wertz Arthur Wheelock Gretchen Joseph White 

Whiter 



Rebecca White Richard White Marcia Whitman 




Robert Wilkerson Cindy Willis Toni Wiltbank Deborah Wise 



Alice Wolfe Linda Wyckoff Thomas Yackley 




David Young Richard Young John Znavor 



Paul Adams 
Deborah Allman 
Linda Arms 
Robert Avery 
Jim Barkland 
Michael Barno 
Mary Barrett 
Edward Bartolomeo 
Jennifer Battendieri 
Kenneth Baylor 
Marjorie Bearse 
Katherine Beeghly 
Dannie Beer 
Diane Bennett 
Calla Berardi 
Bonny Bibb 
John Bitzer 
George Boggess 
Robert Bowers 
Robert Bramble 
Timothy Brehme 
Gary Brown 
Constance Bryan 
Christine Buckley 
Lynne Budd 
Everett Bums 
Russell Bush 
Stephen Carpenter 
Ward Case 
James Castagna 
Samuel Christian 
Richard Clark 
Carol Clausen 
James Cowan 
Leeota Cox 
Burr Crickard 
John Criss 
Betty Culver 
Russell Darnall 
Dennis DeAngelo 



Deborah Delia 
Theodore Denman 
David Derenzo 
James Devine 
Elizabeth Dilley 
Diane DUs 
William Dorbie 
Brenda Duke 
Dennis Ebbets 
Carol Eisaman 
Rebecca Emery 
Jane Epperly 
Barbara Erickson 
David Findley 
Linda Fink 
Ronald Fischer 
David Fleu 
Susan Franz 
Steven Fretwell 
Robert Gaines 
Linda Garten 
Gayle Gerber 
Edward Gintert 
Valerie Green 
Merry Haley 
James Halterman 
Carol Harper 
Cheryl Hanson 
Michael Healy 
Thomas Hendrian 
Barbara Holmes 
Patricia Hosmer 
Stanley Howe 
Diane Irwin 
Elaine Irwin 
Michael Isaacs 
Wolfgang Jasper 
Margaret Jenkins 
Linda Johnson 
Patricia Jones 



Mark Joy 
Joseph Kacinec 
Kathryn Kelley 
Robert Kelly 
Linda Kiverchuk 
Frederick Klintworth 
Anna Kuchynka 
Linda Ledonne 
Karen Lones 
Karen MacLeman 
Louella Malcolm 
Norman Manley 
Debra Martin 
Richard Maxwell 
Richard McKnight 
Ralph McMillon 
Denise McMullen 
Donna Mercogliano 
Barbara Miller 
Marilou Muller 
John Neff 
Nancy Neff 
Susan Nelson 
Mark Nikaason 
Barbara Oertel 
Alfred Os bourne 
Dana Otis 
Joseph Owen 
Lee Pascoe 
Jamis Pattison 
Elsie Payne 
Pamela Perazzone 
Wayne Petrovich 
Roy Pettit 
Patricia Pillsbury 
Linda Poling 
Vicki Porter 
Richard Quinn 
Joseph Renaud 



Duncan Rowley 
Judith Ruskay 
Oren Russell 
John Sadler 
Linda Schmunk 
Susan Schultz 
Kathleen Shand 
Richard Sheridan 
Gordon Shilling 
John Sholl 
Nancy Simonton 
Robert Simpson 
Helen Smith 
Ben Spiridigliozzi 
Janet Stonering 
Leroy Strickland 
Jeffrey Sumner 
Sharon Sweeney 
Jennifer Switzer 
Elizabeth Thomas 
Frederick Thompson 
Steven Thompson 
Leslie Toney 
John Tonkin 
Donald Torres 
Robert Tufts 
Franklin Turner 
Susan Upole 
Peter Vanderheyden 
Peter Wallace 
Donna Wamsley 
Paul Weaver 
Paul Weber 
Ronald Whitlatch 
Pamela Williams 
Lisabeth Wilson 
Martha Wiseman 
William Wood 
Siri Wyman 



205 



SOPHOMORES 





Andy Hileman, President: Loyette Miller, Vice-President; Shelli Hiner- _. , . ... _ , ., „,,„. ., 

man, Secretary; Tom Clayton, Treasurer. Not Pictured Cheryl Nick, Com- RoLyn Alexander Richard Althaus Robert AUmann William Alton 

munity Council Representative. 




Man Ammar Elaine Anderson Ernest Andrew James Arter Brenda Ayers Nancy Baker James Baldwin Christena Balsley 




Catherine Baran Marianne Barella Paul Barry Lowell Bartelme Linda Bass Carole Bayard Judy Beck William Becker 




David Belcher Barbara Bellino Sara Bennett Gayle Bentzen Randall Beynon Alfred Black 



David Black Deborah 

Blanchard 





Patricia Boal Richard Boger Sally Boo Marion Bosworth Janet Bottone Julie Bottone 



James Boyd Elizal>eth Boyle 



206 





Robert Bradshaw Richard Braun Murray Breakiron Carol Breitinger 




Linda Bromley Ka>e Brown Rodney Brown Sallie Brunton 





Thomas 

Burkhammer 



Pamela Bucher Hulse Budd Roberta Bultman Bonnie Burgie 

Nancy Butler Susan Callihan Susan Cameron George Campbell John Campbell Robert Campbell 




Steven Campbell Lewis Cantley 



Alexander 
Carmichel 



William 
Carpenter 



James Carson Nancy Carter William Case 



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Louis Chaboudy Daniel Chadwick Janis Chidester Jeanne 

Christensen 



Scott Christie Thomas Clayton Shelley Clements 



207 




Ray Conrad Marcia Corbitt Lester 



Sarah Cowger Thomas Crabtree Julia Craft Cheryl Cramer Gloria Creighton 




James Creighton Peyton Cromwell Timothy Crowley Melissa Crumley Sandra Culp Frank Cumming Anna Curzi Joyce Cusick 




David Damcott James Daniels Bonnie Davis Dennis Davis Nancy Davis Sharon Davis Carla Dawson Doreen Deeley 





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Darlene Delich Elizabeth Dixon John Doak Candace Dollman Mary Dorsey Karen Drop Vicky Dumire Daniel Duncan 




Jesse Dunstan Sandra Duvall Jeffrey Dykstra Barbara Eddy Robert Eldridge William Engle Richard Enright John Esaias 



SOPHOMORES 



208 



Robert Eves Monika Sharon Farrell Gay Farrier Christine Fenton Julia Ferentz Kenneth Ferguson Suzanne Ferguson 

Faltermeier 




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Karen Fife Melody Finnegan Menilee Fisher Deborah Fisk Patricia Flaherty Thomas Foster Phyllis Frank Marjorie Freeman 




Robert Frey Linda Friend 



Stephen 
Gammarin 



Robert Gammons Robert Gatehouse Deborah Gates William 

Gearheart 





Leslie Gilham Arthur Gobeille David Goff Susan Gram David Greer Lorena Greter Patricia Grove Mary Grubb 




Jeffrey Hamblen Thomas Hamilton 



1971 



209 




Sarah Harvey Thomas Janice Hastings Kathleen Hawkins Georgia Hayes 

Hasbrouck 




Harold Hebb Jonathan Hedges Bonnie Heil Robert Heim Pamela Henry 





David Herman Linda Hernandez Andrew Hileman Nancy Hill Rosalie Hill 




Shelli Hinerman Mary Hodgman Susan Hoffman Kay Hoggatt Linda Holbrook Dale Holmes William Holmes Kenneth Hoover 




Margaret Hopkins Erik Hottenstein Priscilla Hovis Peggy Howard Merrill Howe Judith Huber 



Vicki Hudnall Christopher 

Hudson 




Thomas Hultine Deborah Hunt Conrad Ingold Susan Jackson Ruth Johnson Mary Johnston Charles Jones Edwin Jones 



SOPHOMORES 



210 




Joan Knabenshue 



Gloria 
Knappenberger 



Lawrence Koch Doyle Kramer Roberta Kurtz John Lacaria Kathleen Lam son Diane Leach 




Gary Ledebur Christina Lee 



Larr>" Lees Lynne Leslie Wary Lewis Aletta Linger Robin Sally Little 

Linsenmann 




Margaret Long Marilyn Long William Lovitt Michael Luginhill Joanne Lukmire Thomas Macioch Marcia Macklin Charles MacLeod 




Jack Matheny Sara McCorkle 



Deloris Barry McGrath Hugh Mcjunkin 

McCutcheon 



1971 





Susan McKenna Mary McKinnon Ruth Mercogliano Susan Metheny Rosemary Miliotis 




Andi Miller Judith Miller Loyette Miller Elizabeth Mills Joseph Mondile 




Barbara Moore Thomas Moore Barry Morrill Wayne Morris Shari Morrison John Mullett Betty Mumford Virginia Munch 




Cheryl Nick Barbara Nittoli Beverley Norton Deborah Nott Dorothy Noyes Richard Ogden Genevieve O'Hara James Okonak 




Nancy Oliver 



Mary Beth 
O'Neill 



Mary Palmer Wendy Parker Gail Paterson Gregory Perkins Louis Perna 





Juanita Piercy Lois Plank Beverly Plummer John Porter Kathryn Porter Judith Powers James Quade Stephen 

Randall 



SOPHOMORES 



212 



Elizabeth Rankin William Raupp Chere Redner James Reed Terry Reed Katherine Susan Reneau Larry Res^ter 

Reemsnyder 





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Jean Rirhcy Judilh Richmond Richard Riggs Barbara Ringleb Katherine Ripley Gary Ritner Janice Roberge Rulh Robinson 




Barbara Robson Linda Roche Beth Rogerson Robert Roth Caroline Rumsey Augusta Runion Karen Ruppel Thomas R>an 




Carolyn Saxton Ronald Say Philip Schwier Charles Seaman Alan Selchan 



Nancy Shane Mark Sharpless Barbara 

Sherburne 




Steven Shimp Frank Shomo Judith Shomo Patricia Sibold Judith Simmons Ellen Simpson Kathleen Slade Cynthia Smith 



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James Smith Nancy Somerville Carl Spangler Lloyd Spencer 

1971 




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Ralph Stevenson Susan Stewart Rhonda Stinnette Craig Swanson Timothy Swartz Barbara Tanner Gregg Taylor Carol Thomas 




Teresa Thomas Bina Thompson Edward John Thompson Nancy Thorn Albert Thorp William Thurman Terry Tolles 

Thompson 





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Philip Tooze Earle Tourtillotte Beverly Tragus Alan Tweedy Charles Tyree Carol Vigilanti Carl vom Eiggen Barbara Wallace 




Todd Wallace David Wamsley Linda Ward Claudia Warner Katherine Warr Christine Wege Pamela Weiss Christine Wells 



214 




William Wilde Robert Wilhelm 



SOPHOMORES 



Coralou Wilson George Wilson Marilyn Wilson Nancy Wilson Curtis Wimer Carole Witherite Carol Woodford 




Sue Woodward Beverly Young Edward Young Barbara Zalax Daniel Zulick 



Joseph Bishop 
Mark Booth 
Myrna Brown 
Oliver Brown 
Wiley Byers 
Peter Carty 
Michael Choban 
Charles Cullings 
David Emmett 
Daryi Goodman 
Keith Harrison 
Terrie Heisler 
Diane Hiner 
Paul Jastrzemski 
Robert Johns 
James Kellogg 
Diane Law- 
John Loth 
Robert Marloff 
Linda Martin 
Mark Mendelson 
Francis Millar 
Kim Moeller 
Douglas Monroe 



Robert Niccolai 
Ronald Picker 
Tom Posey 
Robert Pratt 
George Precopia 
Charles Pugh 
Joseph Resch 
Marsha Reynolds 
Judith Richmond 
Donald Salsbery 
Roy Sexton 
Ronald Stearns 
Gil Steinberger 
Norene Stevenson 
David Talbott 
Altha Talbott 
Carl Tavalaro 
Stephen Thompson 
Dorothy Trainer 
Roger Trusler 
Kathleen Vaughn 
Percilla Waugh 
Cindy Willis 



215 





Suzanne Abbey Kathryn Alcoy Greenbrier 

Almond 





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Melinda Andrews David Axtell Nathaniel Ayre Steven Backus 




Ron Hoellein, Vice-President, Virginia Gillen- 
water, Treasurer; Tim Brannon, President; 
Louisa Fernandez, Secretary. Missing are Kim 
Barefoot and Natalie Feola, Community Council 
Representatives. 



David Bagley Gail Ballinger Karen Barclay Kimberley 

Barefoot 



JUNIORS 




Robert Barillari Carolyn Barker Karen Barr 




Thomas Bartley Joanne Baudi Elizabeth Belmore Michael Bennett John Best James Bias Jeffrey Bissell 




Alice Bixler Kim Black Pamela Blevins William Bonesteel Elizabeth Bonnet Sharon Bradeen Robert Bradshaw 



216 






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Timothy Brannon Michael Bruner Charles Keith Buchanan 

Brzezinski 





Diana Bush Leslie Bvrd Alice Cadick Runald Cadmus 

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Linda Cantley Joan Can Samuel Carver Molly Case Carl Channing Dorothy Cherry George Chewning Winston Chow 




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Patricia Cline George Clohessy Mary Cofer 



Charles Coleman James Combs Dennis Conner Daniel Conrad Elaine Conrad 





Carolyn Cooper Catherine Cotter Michael Cottrill Amy Cowherd Clifford Cox Edith Cox Paul Crawford George Criss 




Richard Cromwell Wa>ne Crossman Richard Crowe Linda Cullings 



Margaret Robert Cummings Dalyn Currey 

Cummings 



Daniel Curry 



217 




Hallie Davidson Doris Day Nancy Decker Kathleen Dehaas Christine Delung Richard Denver Kathleen Derry Richard Diak 




Sharon Diehl Ronald Dixon Gary Dodson Gregg Donley Kenneth Douglas Suzan Downs Carol Dueger Jennifer Dunlap 




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Helen Eagles Christine Easton Marjory Eaton Cheryl Eccles 






Mary Eder Gary Edwards Allyson Eggers Ann Eichelberger 





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Irene Eister 


John Ekey 


Jean Eng 


Raymond 
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Kri^tine Englert Dane Ewen 



Richard Natalie Feola 

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Louisa Fernandez Diane Fetzer Sharon Forrest Stephen Foster Frank Fowler Janet Fox Gregory Freer Cinda Frenzel 



JUNIORS 



218 



June Fried Brenda Fullen Melba Gainer Linda Galton Man Gardner Susan Gerwig 



Virginia Alan Gillis 

Gillenwater 




William Gleeson George Glumac Rodney Godwin Donald Green Thomas Grimes Elizabeth Gerald Groves Dorothea 

Grosvenor Guinther 




Jon Gulnac Joan Hackett Candace Hadley Judith Hain Diane Hahorsen Sandra Hampton William Harpold Frances Harris 




Thomas Harris Thomas Hartley Janet Hartwell Ruth Hast Dale Hayden Mary Hearthway Lee Hein Brian Hixson 




Daniel Hoch Ronald Hoellein Susan Hoffman Janis Hogg Hugh Hoisington 



Patricia 

Hollopeter 



Sue Honse Richard Hoover Hollv Hopkins Mary Hovvarth 



1970 




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Connie Johnston Alfred Kanagaraj Daniel Kane Dennis Keefe Yvonne Kerns 




Thomas Kerr Kara Kiffin Robert Kiser Richard Kitte 



Frederick 
Klintworth 



Jean Knapp Nancy Knight Carol Koczyk 




David Kohl 



Karl Kortlandt David Kramer Delinda Kuhn Robert Kurbel William Lacey Linda Lack 




Patricia LaCorte Cynthia Ladd Joyce Laferly Hubert Lake Ellen Laney Arthur Lapp Robert Lardin Frederick Leasure 



220 



JUNIORS 




Douglas William Mann Michael Maicy Phyllis Marsden Joseph Martin Donald Robert McCluie Helen McCue 

MacAllisier McAllister 




Sarah McCune James Jane McHugh Linda McKeever Barbara Robert McLean Gregory Dennis McMillen 

McCutcheon McKinnon McLendi n 




Samuel Samuel James Meek Billie Mick John Milburn Elsie Mitchell Marilyn Monroe Sheri Moody 

McRoberts McWilliams 



Betty Morrison David Morrow Charles Moyer Susan Murray Vonnie Murray 




Cynthia Myers David Myers David Myers Merideth Navots Vickie Naylor 




1970 



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Suzanne Newman Harry Olmsted Margaret O'Roark Anthony Pais Terry Palmer 





Linda Parsons Jeffrey Pawlik Susanne Perkins Linda Phillips Mark Phillips 



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Rebecca Philson Emily Pickett Schuyler Pindar Daniel Popp William Pratt Diana Prince Robert Rau Daniel Rebovich 






Jane Reed Larry Reed Stanton Reed Barbara Rhodes Harry Risher Anne Risinger Lydia Rivenburg Carl Robinson 






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Thomas Robinson Marcia Roesch Jimmy Rogers Pamelee Rohde Margaret Ross Clara Savicki Edgar Saville Kimberly Schafer 




Edward Schultz Nedra Scott Merrill Seaman Robert Seidel Julie Shepardson Robert Sherburne Carol Shelter Gail Shipper 



JUNIORS 



222 




Bonita Smith Gerald Smith Karen Smith Mark Smith Susan Smith Matgo Snider 



Robert 
SommerviUe 



Susan Soper 




Beth Spears Marsha Spohn Janet Sprinkle George Stamas David Stanley Jeffrey Stemple Jennie Stevens Marsha Stirner 



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John Stranges Ann Straub Catherine Peter Sullivan Robert Sullivan Richard Sutton Gladys Swanson Carole Swope 

Stullenbarger 




Thomas Tarn Linda Taylor Martha Taylor Nancy Taylor Nancy Taylor Linda Tenney Phillip Thomas Barbara 

Thompson 



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Margaret Thorne Leslie Tierney Robert Titchenal Karen Tucker William Richard Arthur Vaughan Roy Wager 

Van DeCar VanHouten 




Terence Wagner Robert Waldron Donald Wales 



Linda Watkins John Waugaman Michael Weeks Judy Weidlich 



Gary Weller 



Lynn Weyandt King Weyant Charles Whiffen 




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Lois Wilcher Dorothy Wilfong Helen Williams John Williams Paul Williams Carolyn Wilson Frank Wilson James Wilson 




Monica Wilson Robert Wilson Susan Wilson 



Keith Jeannette Winfree William Maria Woessner 

Wimmersberger Witzemann 



Richard 
Wolverton 




Ann Wood Harriet Young Debora Yule 



Walter Babb 
Joseph Basilone 
James Bramble 
James Clifford 
James Columbus 
Terry Depugh 
John Doner 
Richard Esposito 
Robert Graham 
William Hamilton 
Lester Jarboe 
Thomas Knowlson 
Linda McCabe 
John Milanovich 
John Moore 



Lynn Myers 
Michael Ogdin 
James Perdue 
Richard Peterson 
Calvin Phillips 
Ray Profitt 
Dorothy Richardson 
Madeline Seeker 
Rosemary Smith 
Kathleen St. Clair 
Wayne Turner 
William Vernon 
Robert Weisert 
Glenn Young 
Walter Young 



224 




First Row: Jan Gundy, Treasurer; Nancy Chomicz, Vice-President; Preston Herring, 
President; Barbara Helms, Secretary. Second Row: Linda Coleman and Barbara 
Cowen, Community Council Representatives. 



SENIORS 




James Abel 



James Adams 




Enver Ahmed 



Robert Albert 



Janet Alexander 



Ralph Alexander 



225 



SENIORS 





Robert Allraan 



Jayjce Andrews 




David Andris Constance Archer 




Richard Armentrout Karen Ashanky 




Henry Austin 



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Leopold Austin 



Harold Backus 



Howard Backus 



Linda Backus 



226 





Barbara Bahrenburg Sheila Bailey 




1969 



Barbara Barillari Jane Barker 





Reg Barss 



John Bauer 



Robert Beakley 



Roger Beales Jacqueline Beall 




Kathleen Beardsley Samuel Beatty 



Dennis Bedell John Benjamin 



Ralph Berry 



227 



SENIORS 




Bradford Bond 



Richard Bowen 




Theodore Betz Richard Biggar 

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Ruth Bird 



Linda Bizaro 





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Thomas Black 



Edward Blake 




Randall Bogert Cinda-Lu Bonafield 




Paul Boyle 



Richard Brisbin Deborah Brown 



228 








Elaine Brown 


Ross Brown 


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John Brunson 



Triana Bruso 



Jean Bryson 



Catherine Buchanan David Buchanan 




Joyce Burleigh 



Helen Butler 



Jeffrey Cain 



Judith Cain 



Stephen Caldwell 




1969 



229 




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Frank Catalano 



Roy Carter 



Paul Carver 




Linda Casto 




SENIORS 



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Robert Clark 



William Clark 



230 



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Terry Clemons Beth Ann Clifford 




Margaret Coale 



Linda Cochrun 



Jane Coleman 



Linda Coleman 



George Collins 




Jane Conrad 



Jean Cooper 




Peter Cooper 



Sherry Courtney 





1969 



Saundra Covault Barbara Cowen 



23! 



SENIORS 





Constance Coye 



Mary Crawford 



Michael Cutright 



Diane Daniell 



Jane Daugherty 



232 




Marilyn Distad 



William Donkin Nancy Donner 



Gerald Dotson 



Janet Durrett 



David Dzara 




Thomas Elder 



Cheri Ellis 



Dianne Elias 




Richard Elwell 





Cheryl Erickson 



Charles Evans 




Larry Evans 



Robert Fahrner 



1969 



SENIORS 




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Sandra Fahrner 



Robert Fehl 



Janice Feaster 




Margaret Fehrman 




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Linda Fellon 



Jill Finch 




Thomas France 



Charles Frantz Lauri-Ann Frueh 



Kathleen Fuller 



Nancy Fuller 



234 





Joseph Gaither 



Stephen Galas 




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1969 



William Gallo 



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Ann Gardner 





Rita Gerbitz 



Richard Gibson Randolph Gilbert 



Barbara Giles William Giordanengo 





Barbara Glenn 



Craig Goff 



David Gray 



Robert Gray 



235 



SENIORS 




Willard Gray 



Anne Green 





Laura Green 



Nancy Green 



Linda Green 




Thomas Green 




John Griffith Pamela Griffith 




Janis Gundy 



Grekhen Ha 



Sherry Hall William Halterman John Hannan 



236 





Roy Harmon Jon Harrigan 




Rita Harrington Jean Harris 



James Harsha Frances Hartzell 



Alice Hawlev 




Donald Hazel 



James Hazlett 



Barbara Heckert 



Robert Hein 



Barbara Helms 




1969 



237 



Preston Herring 



Dennis Hoffman 



Joseph Holoski 



Prudence Holoski 



Lynda Hostettler 




SENIORS 




Richard Hyre 



Lois Inzetta 



238 





Kaylene James 



Elizabeth Keester 



David Jeffreys 



WSi 




Georgia Jenkins Kathryn Johnston 



David Jordan 



Mark Kasrel 



Milton Ka 




David Kehoe 





1969 



Terry Kerns 



David Kirby 



239 



SENIORS 





Carol Klick 



Craig Lang 



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Susan Law 



240 



Claudia Krider 



Beverly Kuhn William Lambert Charles Laney 

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Dorothy Lau 




Maryann Lauffer Mark Laughlin 

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Donna Laux 



Thomas Lawler 




Edgar Leachman Edward Leasure \S endy Leathers Thomas Lewis Carlene Lindberg 




Sherry Lloyd 



George Locke 




David Lovewell Karen MacKenzie 




William Mackey Martha MacWilliam 





1969 



Sharon Markovich Virginia Marshall 



24! 



SENIORS 





Sue Mason 



Ralph Mauller 




Samuel McClure Patricia McCormick 




Rodney McDaniel Kathleen McDowell 



242 





1969 



Cheryl Miller 



Lewis Mills 





Philip Minderlein 


Nancy Moeller 


Robert Moeller 


James Moore 


Susan Moran 






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Joseph Morock Wanda Morris David Morton Kathleen Mueller Keith Muhleman 



243 



SENIORS 




Edward Munn 



Gail Murray 





Carole Norton 



Gail O'Dell 












Stephen Olsen 


Godson Olumba 


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Gary O'Neal 



Arthur Osborn 



Jack Owen 



Sandra Owen 



Mark Palmer 



244 





Belsv Parker 



John Parnell 




Elsie Parton 



Lee Pearce 



Robert Pentz Darlene Perazzone Kobert Pflaum 




Arnold Phipps Glenna Phipp« Georgette Polcsak Patricia Porcheron Judith Putnam 




1969 



245 







Linda Raphalion Christine Rapking Lynn Rebillard David Reemsnyder Charlotte Reese 




William Reese 



James Reeves 



John Reger 



Cathy Reid 



Karen Remington 






SENIORS 




James Remsen Carolyn Reneau 



246 





Beth Resler 



John Rexroad 




Larry Rhodes 



Jon Rickey 



Martha Roberts 



Peter Roberts Sue Robinson 




Clinton Roy 



Wendy Ruthven 




Rena Ryder 


Errol Sadlon 


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1969 






Armand Salvati Patricia Savage 



247 



SENIORS 



Dennis Schaefer 



Barth Semenoro 





Marilyn Scherr 



Sandra Schruise George Schwenebraten 





Marparet Shepherd Stephen Shepler 



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Lee Sherman 



\\ illiam Shissler 



248 




Philip Shkuda 



Odessa Shuler Carolyn Sillaman 



Linda Simile Frank Slaughter 




Sandra Smith 


Thomas Smith 


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Daniel Smythe 



Diane Snow 





Susan Snyder 



Wade Sperry 




Sandra Stanier 



Michael Stanton 



1969 



249 



SENIORS 





Barbara Slarkey Charles Starkey 



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William Steele 



Harold Steelman 




Daniel Stein 



David Stevenson 




Thomas Steyer 



Judith Stoddard 



Diana Straley 



Jeffrey Sumner 



Judith Sutton 



250 





Susan Sweezy 



Ann Swope 



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William Tadlock Dorothy Tanner 




1969 





Stephen Terry 



Diane Thomas 



Mary Thompson 



Vicki Thorn 



Barbara Tonkinson 




John Tourtillotte Charlene Trainor Josephine Trumbo Cynthia Tucker 



Robert Tufts 



25! 



SENIORS 





Christine Umstot Lee Van Der Wende 




Joan Voorheis 



Phillip Walls 




Larry Wamsley Kathryn Ward 




Linda Warehime 



Irene Warman 




Robert Warman Patricia Wass 



Barbara Webb 



Erma Weber 



Joanne White 



252 





Ronald White 



Joan Wilbur 




Frank Williams Nancy Williams 



Rose Wilson 



Warren Winders 



Carol Wisman 




Sharon )X olf 



Xanc\ Wood Prudence Woodward 



John Burmeister 
Jean Campbell 
Mervyn Cass 
Elaine Clark 
Edward Clingerman 
James Cox 
John Esposito 
David Feola 
William Gilmore 
David Hepting 
David Kulp 
James Mallett 
Mabel Martin 



Larry McCartney 
Judith Moore 
George Pettibon 
Alice Pew 
Alfred Pistilli 
David Pitcher 
Donald Ransom 
Richard Robbins 
Linda Taylor 
Frederick Timbrook 
Linda W ilson 
Thomas Witzenberger 



253 



JAMES ABEL; B.S.; Math; 
Greensboro, Pa.; Sigma Theta Epsi- 
lon; Benzene Ring; Band. 
JAMES ADAMS; B.A.; Education; 
Buckhannon, W. Va. ; SEA. 
ENVER AHMED; B.S.; Business 
Administration; So. Brunswick, 
N. J.; Theta Chi, vice-president; 
Football; Baseball. 
ROBERT ALBERT; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Renfrew, Pa.; Phi 
Sigma Epsilon, treasurer; "Briga- 
doon." 

JANET ALEXANDER; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Willamstown, W. Va.; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Pi Kappa Nu; 
B.t!\ Lamp Club. 

RALPH ALEXANDER; B.S.; 
Business Administration; Warren, 
Ohio; Social Affiliate of Theta Xi, 
member of Pi Kappa Alpha. 
ROBERT ALLMAN, II; B.S.; 
Business Administration; Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. ; Theta Chi, president; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, vice-presi- 
dent; Sigma Eta Sigma; Honorary 
Business Society, president; Who's 
Who; IFC; Football, co-captain; 
Freshman Community Council rep- 
resentative. 

JANICE ANDREWS; B.S; Home 
Economics; McKeesport, Pa.; Pi 
Kappa Nu, president; Betty Lamp 
Club; Kappa Phi; SEA; "Briga- 
doon"; Zeta Tau Alpha. 
DAVID ANDRIS; B.S.; Econom- 
ics; Belpre, Ohio. 

CONSTANCE ARCHER; B.A.; 
Bible and Religion; Wharton, N.J.; 
Kappa Phi, first vice-president, art 
chairman; Psi Chi; Religious Life 
Council, worship co-chairman; SSP, 
"work with the elderly" project 
chairman, tutor. 

RICHARD ARMENTROUT; B,A.; 
Education; Gassaway, W. Va. ; 
Sigma Theta Epsilon; vice-presi. 
dent; Intramurals. 

KAREN ASHANKY; B.S.; Math; 
Warren, N. J.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Psychology Club. 

HENRY AUSTIN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; New Brunswick, 
N.J. 

LEOPOLD AUSTIN; B.A.; Span. 
ish; Buckhannon, W. Va.; Sports 
Car Club; The Young Republicans 
Club. 

HAROLD BACKUS; B.A.; Psy- 
chology; Charleston, W. Va.; Sigma 
Theta Epsilon; Psi Chi, vice-presi- 
dent; Psychology Club; student 
minister. 

HOWARD BACKUS; B.A.; Phi- 
losophy and Religion; Morgantown, 
W. Va.; Sigma Theta Epsilon; Psi 
Chi. 

LINDA BACKUS; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy; Dunbar, W. Va. ; Kappa Phi; 
Psi Chi. 

BARBARA BAHRENBURC; B.A.; 
Art; Spring Lake Heights, N. J.; 
Kappa Pi; SEA. 

SHEILA BAILEY; B.A.; English; 
San Antonio, Texas; Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Soquinta; Haught; Sigma 
Tau Delta; Sigma Eta Sigma; 
Women's Glee Club; CCPB. social 
committee; MURMURMONTIS, 
assistant editor, business manager; 
"The Madwoman of Chaillot." 
BARBARA BARILLARI; B.A.; 
Education; Pleasant Hillss Pa. 
Alpha Delta Pi; PHAROS; SEA. 
JANE BARKER; B.A.; English; 
Readville, Mass.; Sigma Tau Delta; 
SEA. 

REG BARSS; B.A.; Religion; 
Ravenna, Ohio; Sigma Theta Epsi- 
lon. 

JOHN BAUER; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Kittanning, Pa.; 
Theta Xi. 

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ROBERT BEAKLEY; B.A.; Phi- 
losophy ; Millville, N. J.; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon; president; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; IFC; Philosophy Club; 
Debate Team; Footlight Society; 
PHAROS, columnist; Intramurals; 
"Inspector General," "Ario Da 
Capa," "Play Without Words - 
Two." 

ROGER BEALES; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Sevema Park. Md. 
JACQUELINE BEALL; B.S.; Li- 
brary Science; Buckhannon, W. 
Va.; Pfeiffer Society; TAC; 
Community Council Library Com- 
mittee. 

KATHLEEN BEARDSLEY; B.A.; 
Elementary Education; Point Mar- 
ion, Pa.; AWS. president; Com- 
munity Council; Ski Club. 
SAMUEL BEATTY; B.A.; Eco- 
nomics; Latrohe, Pa.; Men's Glee 
Club. 

DENNIS BEDELL; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Lanham, Md. ; Sigma Theta 
Epsilon, president, recording secre- 
tary; Intramurals. 

JOHN BENJAMIN; B.A.; Eco- 
nomics; Woodbury, Ccnn.; Sports 
Car Club; Economics Club; Sitz- 
mark Ski Club. 

RALPH BERRY; B.A.; Bible; 
Fairmont. W. Va; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon; Track and Cross Country. 
THEODORE BETZ; B.S.; Psychol- 
ogy; Avon Lake, Ohio; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon. 

RICHARD BIGGAR; B.S.; Chem- 
istry ; Ridgefield, Conn. 
RUTH BIRD; B.A.; English; 
Cabot, Pa.; Kappa Phi, treasurer; 
AWS. 

LINDA BIZARO; B.A.; Education; 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 
THOMAS BLACK; B.S.; Physical 
Education; Parkersburg, W. Va., 
EDWARD BLAKE; B.A.; History; 
Williamstown, Mass.; Alpha Psi 
Omega; Footlight Society, treas- 
urer; "The Heiress," "The Inspec- 
tor-General," "The Elves and the 
Shoemaker," stage manager, "Out- 
ward Bound." "All the Way Home," 
"Moony's Kid Don't Cry," stage 
manager. 

RANDALL BOGERT; B.A.; Art; 
South Orange, N. J.; Kappa Pi, 
president; Intramurals. 
CINDA BONAFIELD; B.S.; Nurs- 
ing; New York, N. Y.; SNOW. 
BRADFORD BOND; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Wellesley, 
Mass.; Sports Car Club. 
RICHARD BOWEN; B.A.; Edu- 
cation; Hackettstown. N. J.; SEA; 
Hyma Glee Club; Glauner Histori- 
cal Society; SSP. 

PAUL BOYLE; B.S.; Economics; 
Penn Hills, Pa.; Kappa Alpha, 
treasurer; IFC, treasurer; Hyma 
Glee Club; Intramurals. 
RICHARD BRISBIN; B.A.; Gov- 
ernment; Glenfield, Pa.; Sigma 
Theta Epsilon, historian, parliamen- 
tarian; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sig- 
ma Eta Sigma, treasurer; Honor 
Board, chairman; PHAROS, assist- 
ant editor and columnist; G.E. 
College Bowl, team captain; Aca- 
demic Affairs Committee. 
DEBORAH BROWN; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Trumbull, Conn.; Pi 
Kappa Nu, vice-president; Betty 
Lamp Club; SEA. 

ELAINE BROWN; B.S.; Nursing; 
Monroeville, Pa.; Kappa Phi; 
SNOW; Religious Life Award; 
AWS, representative, treasurer. 
ROSS BROWN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; McKeesport, Pa.; 
Sigma Theta Epsilon; SSP. 
JOHN BRUNSON; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Silver Spring, Md.; 
SSP; AGO; MENC; Economics 



Club; Band; Orchestra; Choir ; 
Hyma Glee Club; Intramurals. 
TRIANA BRUSO; B.A.; Educa- 
tion; Charleston, W. Va. ; Com- 
munity Council, secretary; Who's 
Who; SEA. 

JEAN BRYSON; B.A.; Elementary 
Education; Great Neck, N.Y.; Al- 
pha Delta Pi; SEA; Ski Club; 
Intramurals. 

CATHERINE BUCHANAN; B.A.; 
History; Bridgeville, Pa.; SEA; 
Glauner Historical Society; MUR- 
MURMONTIS. 

DAVID BUCHANAN; B.A. Gov- 
ernment; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Hvma 
Glee Club. 

JOYCE BURLEIGH; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Charlottesville, Va. ; Alpha Xi 
Delta, journal correspondent; So- 
ciology-Anthropology Club; AWS, 
representative. 

JOHN BURMEISTER; B.S.; 
Math; Port Washington. N.Y. 
HELEN BUTLER; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Winchester, Va.; Pi 
Kappa Nu; Betty Lamp Club; 
SEA; AWS. 

JEFFREY CAIN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Summit, N. J.; 
Theta Xi; Community Council, treas- 
urer, executive committee; MUR- 
MURMONTIS, photographer; Soc- 
cer; Tennis; Sophomore Class vice- 
president; Sports Car Club; Sitz- 
mark Ski Club. 

JUDITH CAIN; B.S.; Nursing; 
Vienna, W. Va.; SNOW, treasurer; 
Choir; Tour Choir; Vocal Ensem- 
ble; Zeta Tau Alpha. 
STEPHEN CALDWELL; B.S.; 
Biology; Milburn, N. J.: Theta Xi; 
Economics Club; Soccer, Swim- 
ming. 

CHARLES CAMPBELL; B.A.; So- 
cial Studies; Oxford, Mass.; Relig- 
ious Life Council; "Will the Real 
Jesus Christ Please Stand Up." 
JEAN CAMPBELL; B.A.; Chris- 
tian Education; Oxford, Mass., Psi 
Chi. 

BRENDA CARPENTER; B.S.; 
Business Administration; Webster 
Springs, W. Va.; Kappa Phi; SEA. 
ROY CARTER; B.A.; Sociology; 
Charleston, W. Va.; Kappa Alpha; 
Religious Life Council; Baseball; 
Basketball. 

PAUL CARVER; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Woodbury, N. J.; 
Honorary Business Society; Mathe- 
matics Honorary. 

MERVYN CASS; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy; Junior, W. Va. 
LINDA CASTO; B.A.; Christian 
Education; Philippi, W. Va. 
FRANK CATALANO; B.S.; Physi- 
cal Education; Belmar, N. J.; Theta 
Xi; SEA; Hyma Glee Club; Gym- 
nastics Club; Swimming; Intramu- 
rals. 

JILL CHALLENDER; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Medford, N. J.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Pi Kappa Nu; 
Betty Lamp Club; Glauner Histor- 
ical Society, secretary-treasurer; 
Awards Committee; MURMUR- 
MONTIS; Holloway Hall vice-presi- 
dent. 

KAREN CHAPMAN; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Wilmington, Del.; So- 
quinta; Haught; Sigma Eta Sigma; 
Pi Kappa Nu; Kappa Phi, presi- 
dent; Betty Lamp Club; SEA; 
MSM; Women's Glee Club; SSP. 
HENRY CHENEY; B.A.; Educa- 
tion; Mahwa, N. J.; SSP; Young 
Democrats; WVWC-FM. 
NANCY CHOMICZ; B.S.; Biology; 
Scotch Plains, N. J.; Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Beta Beta Beta; Scuba 
Diving Club; MURMURMONTIS; 
Intramurals; Senior Class vice- 
president. 



ELAINE CLARK; B.A.; Educa- 
tion; Silver Spring, Md. 
WILLIAM CLARK; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Falls Church, Va.; 
Honorary Business Society; Mathe- 
matics Honorary. 

WILLIAM CLARK; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Centreville, Md. 
TERRY CLEMONS; B.A.; Phil- 
oscphy; South Charleston, W. Va.; 
Phi Sigma Epsilon; Omicron Delta 
Kappa, president; Philosophy Club; 
SSP; Religious Life Council; Who's 
Who; Intramurals; "Between Two 
Thieves"; Junior Community Coun- 
cil representative; Academic Affairs 
Committee. 

BETH ANN CLIFFORD: B.A.; 
Elementary Education; Natrona 
Heights, Pa.; Psi Chi; Psychology 
Club; SSP; AWS Cabinet; AWS 
Council; SEA; Sociology-Anthro- 
pology Club. 

EDWARD CLINGERMAN; B.A.; 
History; Buckhannon, W. Va. 
MARGARET COALE; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Silver Spring, Md.; 
Soquinta; Haught; Literary Society, 
secretary-treasurer; Beta Beta Beta; 
Sigma Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Nu; 
Betty Lamp Club; Benzene Ring; 
AWS, corresponding secretary; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. 

LINDA COCHRUN; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Naples, Fla.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
Sitzmark Ski Club., 
JANE COLEMAN; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Grove City, Pa.; Pi 
Kappa Nu; Betty Lamp Club, 
treasurer; Kappa Phi; SEA; PHA- 
ROS; MURMURMONTIS. 
LINDA COLEMAN; B.A.; Business 
Education; St. Albans, W. Va.; Al- 
pha Gamma Delta; SEA; Sitzmark 
Ski Club; SSP; PHAROS; Intra- 
murals; Greek Week Committee; 
Special Activities Committee; Jun- 
ior Homecoming Attendant; Senior 
Homecoming Attendant; Freshman 
Class vice-president ; Junior Class 
vice-president; Senior Class repre- 
sentative to Community Council. 
GEORGE COLLINS; B.A.; His- 
tory; Rainelle, W. Va.; SEA. 
JANE CONRAD; B.A.; Education; 
Fort Seybert, W. Va.; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; Sigma Tau Delta; Honor 
Board; SEA. 

JEAN COOPER; B.A.; Sociology; 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 
PETER COOPER; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Buckhannon, W. Va. 
SHERRY COURTNEY; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Monmouth 
Junction, N. J.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
SEA; Sitzmark Ski Club. 
SAUNDRA COVAULT; B.S., Busi- 
ness Administration; Buckhannon, 
W. Va.; Alpha Delta Pi. 
BARBARA COWEN; B.A.; Soci- 
ology; Bethel Park, Pa.; Com- 
munity Council, secretary; SSP, 
treasurer, chairman of Big Brother- 
Big Sister project; Religious Life 
Council ; Sociology-Anthropology 
Club. 

JAMES COX; B.A.; Sociology; 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
CONSTANCE COYE; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Skaneateles, 
N. Y.; Alpha Delta Pi, treasurer, 
reporter, historian; SEA; MUR- 
MURMONTIS; Intramurals. 
MARY CRAWFORD; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Meadville, Pa.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Psi Chi; SSP; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club. 
MICHAEL CUTRIGHT; B.S.; 
Physical Education; Buckhannon, 
W. Va. 

DIANE DANIEL; B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education; Mt. Lebanon, Pa.; 
Alpha Xi Delta, pledge trainer; 
SEA; Sitzmark Ski Club; Panhel- 



lenic Scholarship Committee; Theta 
Chi Sweetheart. 

JANE DAUGHERTY; B.A.; Music 
Education; Philippi, W. Va.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, song leader; 
MENC ; vice-president ; AGO ; 
Choir, student director; Chorale; 
Band ; Orchestra ; AWS, wing rep- 
resentative; Holloway Hall presi- 
dent: May Sing Best director, 
three years; "Brigadoon"; "The 
Fantasticks," music director. 
ROBERTA DAVIS; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy ; Beckley, W. Va ; Psychology 
Club; Philosophy Club; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; Choir; Tour 
Choir; "The Inspector General," 
"The Lady of Larkspur Lotion" ; 
"Tidings Brought to Mary" ; "Dy- 
lan." 

KAREN DEMSHAW; B.A.; Eng- 
lish; Webster, N. Y.; Kappa Phi; 
SEA. 

WAYNE de ROSSET; B.A.; Eng- 
lish, Greenhrook, N. J.; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon; PHAROS. 
BRIAN DETRICK; B.A.; History; 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; Sigma Eta 
Sigma; Intramurals. 
LEE DINSEL; B.A.; Bible; Cres- 
son. Pa.; Sigma Theta Epsilon. 
MARILYN DISTAD; B.A.; Educa- 
tion; Bethesda, Md.; Alpha Delta 
Pi, treasurer, recording secretary ; 
Benzene Ring ; CCPB, recreation 
co-chairman, secretary; Sitzmark 
Ski Club. 

JOHN DODD; B.S.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Sun Prairie, Wis.; 
Theta Chi; Track. 

WILLIAM DONKIN; B.S.; Math; 
Wilkensburg, Pa.; Math Honorary; 
Benzene Ring; Philosophv Club. 
NANCY DONNER; B.S.'; Nursing; 
Point Marion, Pa. ; Kappa Phi ; 
Women's Glee Club; SNOW, dis- 
trict president of student nurses. 
GERALD DOTSON; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Summersville, W. Va.; Sociol- 
ogy-Anthropology Club. 
JANET DURRETT; B.A.; English 
Belington, W. Va.; Kappa Phi; 
SSP. 

DAVID DZARA; B.A.; History; 
Star Junction, Pa.; Theta Xi; SEA; 
Glauner Historical Society ; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Intramu- 
rals. 

THOMAS ELDER; B.A.; History; 
Springdale, Pa.; SEA; Glauner 
Historical Society; Band. 
DIANNE ELIAS; B.A.; Education; 
Kenilworth, N. J.; PHAROS, fea- 
tures editor; Intramurals. 
CHERI ELLIS; B.A.; Education; 
Buckhannen, W. Va.; Alpha Xi 
Delta; SEA; TAC. 
RICHARD ELWELL; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Rexford, N. Y. 
CHERYL ERICKSON; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; CCPB Social Committee; 
SEA; Sitzmark Ski Club; Alpha Xi 
Delta. 

JOHN ESPOSITO; B.S.; Physical 
Education; Clark, N. J.; Chi Phi; 
Soccer; Track; Intramurals. 
CHARLES EVANS; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy ; Huntington, W. Va. ; Theta 
Xi secretary; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Psi Chi; Community Council, presi- 
dent; Choir; Tour Choir; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Economics Club; Fresh- 
man Class President. 
LARRY EVANS; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Buckhannon, W. 
Va. 

ROBERT FAHRNER; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration ; Helvetia, W. 
Va.; Honorary Business Society; 
SEA; Sitzmark Ski Club; Intramu- 
rals. 



SANDRA FAHRNER; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education ; Houston, Pa ; 
Kappa Phi; SEA; AGO. 
JANICE FEASTER; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Oakland, Md.; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; SEA. 
ROBERT FEHL; B.A.; Sociology; 
Pittsburgh. Pa. ; Theta Xi ; Sociol- 
ogy-Anthropology Club, president ; 
SEA. 

MARGARET FEHRMAN; B.A.; 
English ; Jackson, Ohio ; Soquinta ; 
Haught Literary Society, president; 
Sigma Tau Delta, president; Sigma 
Eta Sigma, secretary; SEA; AWS 
Cabinet. 

LINDA FELTON; B.A.; Soicology; 
Park Hall, Md.; Kappa Phi; 
Sociologv -Anthropology Club ; Psy- 
chology Club; SSP. 
DAVID FEOLA; B.S.; Physical 
Education ; Buckhannon. W. Va.; 
Theta Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Who's Who ; Track ; Basketball ; 
Football, co-captain; All Conference 
Track; All Conference Football. 
JILL FINCH; B.A.; Christian Edu- 
cation; Hamden, Conn.; Alpha 
Delta Pi, membership chairman; 
CCPB, cultural committee co-chair- 
man; Sitzmark Ski Club, secretary; 
Intramurals. 

THOMAS FRANCE; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Schenectady, 
N. Y.; Sports Car Club; Sitzmark 
Ski Club; Hyma Glee Club; Intra- 
murals. 

CHARLES FRANTZ; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Warren, Pa.; 
Hvma Glee Club; Economics Club. 
LAURI-ANN FRUEH; B.A.; Edu- 
cation ; East Canaan, Conn. ; SEA, 
publicity chairman. 
KATHLEEN FULLER; B.A.; Edu- 
cation; Springboro, Pa.; SEA. 
NANCY FULLER; B.A.; Educa- 
tion; Lockport, N. Y; SEA. 
JOSEPH GAITHER ; B.S. ; Busi- 
ess Administration; Sebring, Ohio. 
STEPHEN GALAS; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Bloomfield, Conn. 
WILLIAM GALLO; B.S.; Biology; 
W. Palm Beach. Fla. 
ANN GARDNER; B.M.E.; Music 
Education; Johnstown, Pa.; So- 
quinta; Haught Literary Society, 
first vice-president; Sigma Eta 
Sigma ; Who's Who ; AGO, secre- 
tary-treasurer; MENC: Choir, Chap- 
lain; Tour Choir; Band Orchestra; 
Kappa Phi. 

RITA GERBITZ; B.A.; Elementary 
Education; Mentor. Ohio; SEA. 
RICHARD GIBSON; B.S.; Biol- 
ogy; Charleston, W. Va. 
RANDOLPH GILBERT; B.S.; 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Swimming; Chi 
PhL 

BARBARA GILES; B.S.; Home 
Economics ; Baltimore, Md. ; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, guard, corresponding 
secretary' ; Pi Kappa Nu ; Haught 
Literary Society; Betty Lamp Club; 
SEA ; Elections Committee ; PHA- 
ROS; Sophomore Homecoming At- 
tendant; Junior May Attendant; 
Senior Homecoming Attendant. 
WILLUM GILMORE; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Vienna, W. 
Va. 

WILLIAM GIORDANENGO; B.S.; 
Physical Education; Carnegie, Pa.; 
Kappa Alpha; Soccer; Swimming. 
BARBARA GLENN; B.S.; Physi- 
cal Education; Wenenah, N. J.; 
Zeta Tauj Alpha, intramural direc- 
tor; Delta Psi Kappa, president; 
Physical Education Majors and 
Minors Club; Hockey; Intramurals; 
Greek Week co-chairman, 1969. 
MARY GOCHENOUR; B.A.; Ed- 
ucation; Buckhannon, W. Va.; Kap- 
pa Phi ; TAC, president ; Pfeif fer 
Society, vice-president; SEA. 



CRAIG GOFF; B.S.; Biology; 
Springfield, Mass.; Sigma Theta 
Epsilon, athletic director; SSP; 
Intramurals. 

DAVID GRAY: B.S.; Business 
Administration; Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Soccer; Baseball. 

ROBERT GRAY; B.A.; Sociology; 
Elizabeth. N. J.; Sigma Theta Epsi- 
lon; SSP; Ml RMl RMONTIS; So- 
ciology-Anthropology Club; Psy- 
chology Club. 

WILLARD GRAY; B.S.; Biology; 
Dagsboro, Del. 

ANNE GREEN; B.A.; Sociology; 
Bethesda. Md.; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Intramurals, Junior Class Secretary; 
Homecoming Queen 1968 ; Kappa 
Alpha Sweetheart. 

LAURA GREEN; B.S.; Nursing; 
Grand Island, N. Y.; SNOW. 
LINDA GREEN; B.S.; Nursing; 
Grand Island, N. Y.; SNOW. 
NANCY GREEN; B.A.; Elementary 
Education; Bernardsville, N. J.; 
SEA; Women's Glee Club. 
THOMAS GREEN; B A.; Econom- 
ics; Gladwyne, Pa.; Chi Phi; 
Economics Club; Sitzmark Ski 
Club; Swimming, co-captain; Base- 
ball. 

JOHN GRIFFITH; B.A.; Econom- 
ics; Summitt. N. J.; Chi Phi; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; CCPB, chair- 
man; Sitzmark Ski Club, president; 
Soccer, captain. 

PAMELA GRIFFITH; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education ; Takoma Park, 
Md.; SEA; SSP. 

JAMS GUNDY; B.A.; English; 
McKeesport, Pa.; SEA; MUR- 
Ml RMONTIS; Freshman Class 
treasurer ; Sophomore Class treas- 
urer ; Junior Class treasurer ; Sen- 
ior Class treasurer. 
GRETCHEN HALL; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; St. Marys, W. 
Va; Kappa Phi, alumnae secretary; 
AWS representative; Band; Wo- 
men's Glee Club; Intramurals. 
SHERRY HALL; B.A.; Art; Jack- 
son, Mich. ; Kappa Pi, secretary ; 
CCPB; Century Theater; "The 
Madwoman of Chaillot"; "Dylan," 
director. 

WILLIAM HALTERMAN; B.S.; 
Business Administration; Peters- 
burg, W. Va.; Sigma Theta Epsilon 
vice-president ; Honorary Business 
Society. 

JOHN HANNAN; B:S.; Business 
Administration; Bernardsville, N. J. 
ROY HARMAN; B.S.; Business 
Administration ; Petersburg, W. 
Va. ; Chi Phi, secretary, vice-presi- 
dent, president ; Honorary Business 
Society; Sitzmark Ski Club; Base- 
ball; Golf. 

JON HARRIGAN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Munhall, Pa.; Kap- 
pa Alpha; Hyma Glee Club; In- 
tramurals. 

RITA HARRINGTON; B.A.; So- 
ciology; Finksburg, Md.; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; SSP; Intra- 
murals. 

JEAN HARRIS; B.A.; Elementary 
Education; North Tonawanda, N. Y.; 
SEA; "Fantasticks." 
JAMES HARSHA; B.A.; English; 
Sistersville, W. Va.; Chi Phi; 
Swimming, co-captain; WVIAC 
Swimmer of the Year. 
FRANCES HARTZELL; B.A.; 
Elementary Education; Lansdale, 
Pa.; Kappa Phi; SEA. 
ALICE HAWLEY; B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education ; Trumball, Conn. ; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; SEA; SSP. 
DONALD HAZEL; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy ; Johnstown, Pa. ; Theta Xi, 
alumni secretary; Psychology Club; 



Co-editor of student handbook 
67-68; IntramuraK 
JAMES HAZLETT; B.A.; Philos- 
ophy and Religion; Colliers, W. 
Va.; Sigma Theta Epsilon; Intra- 
murals. 

BARBARA HECKERT; B.M.E.; 
Music Education; Cottageville, W. 
Va.; Kappa Phi; Soquinta; Benzene 
Ring, secretary; MENC, president; 
Choir; Women's Glee Club, secre- 
tary; SEA; MURMURMONTIS; 
College Bowl Team. 
ROBERT HEIN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Denville. N. J.; 
Theta Xi; CCPB Recreation Com- 
mittee; Soccer. 

BARBARA HELMS; B.A.: Ele- 
mentary Education : S-verna Park, 
Md.; Alpha Gamma Delta, record- 
ing secretary; SEA, first vice-presi- 
dent ; Sophomore Class secretary ; 
Senior Class secretary ; Freshman 
Homecoming Attendant; Sophomore 
May Attendant; Senior Homecom- 
ing Attendant. 

DAVID HEPTING; B.A.; Govern- 
ment; Butler, Pa.; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon. secretary, vice-president; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; International 
Relations Club, vice-president ; 
PHAROS, editor; College Bowl 
Team. 

PRESTON HERRING; B.A.; So- 
ciology; Princeton, W. Va.; Theta 
Xi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's 
Who ; IFC, president ; Academic 
Affairs Committee, chairman; Sen- 
ior Class president. 
DENNIS HOFFMAN; B.A.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Clairton, Pa.; PHAROS. 
JOSEPH HOLOSKI; B.A.; Music; 
Milburn, N. J.; Theta Xi; Choir; 
Tour Choir; Chorale. 
PRUDENCE HOLOSKI; B.A.; Ap- 
plied Music; Wheeling, W. Va.; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Soquinta; 
Haught Literary' Society ; Sigma 
Eta Sigma; MENC, vice-president; 
Panhellenic Council, vice-pesident ; 
Who's Who; Music Merit Award; 
Division Award; Metropolitan Opera 
Auditions Winner. 
LYNDA HOSTETTLER; B.A.; 
Art; Ridgelev, W. Va.: SEA; SSP; 
Band. 

TY HOUCK; B.S.; Business Ad- 
ministration ; Oxford, Md. ; Kappa 
Alpha. 

JUDITH HOWE; B.S.; Biology; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Benzene Ring; Religious Life Coun- 
cil. 

RUTH ANN HOWES; B.A.; So- 
ciology: Pittsbureh, Pa.; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club. 
VERA HOiLMAN; B.A.; Chem- 
istry ; Gassaway, W. Va. ; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, altruistic chairman, 
editor; Soquinta, treasurer; Haught 
Literary Society; Sigma Eta Sigma; 
Beta Beta Beta, vice-president ; 
Benzene Ring, treasurer, vice-presi- 
dent; Who's Who. 

DOROTHY HUMMEL; B.S. ; 
Physical Education; Russell, Pa.; 
SEA. 

RICHARD HYRE: B.S.; Business 
Administration; Buckhannon, W. 
Va.; Kappa Alpha; Intramurals. 
LOIS INZETTA; B.A.; Elementary- 
Education ; De ans, N. J. ; Alpha. 
Xi Delta, president, vice-president; 
SEA. 

KAYLENE JAMES: B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy; Baden, Pa.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Psi Chi, secretary. 

DAVID JEFFREYS; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Elizabeth, Pa. 
GEORGIA JENKINS; Bj\.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Elmira, N. i . 
KATHRYN JOHNSTON; B.A.; 
English; Trafford, Pa.; Kappa Phi, 
candlebeam editor; Sigma Tau 

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Delta, treasurer, historian; Interna- 
tional Relations Club, secretary; 
Women's Glee Club; AWS wing 
representative. 

DAVID JORDAN; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Clairton, Pa.; 
Theta Chi; CCPB recreation chair- 
man. 

MARK KASREL; B.S.; Optom- 
etry; Princeton, N. J.; Choir; 
Tour Choir. 

MILTON KAY; B.A.; Economics; 
Warren. Pa.; Chi Phi. 
ELIZABETH KEESTER; B.S.; Li- 
brary Science; Buckhannon, W. Va.; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Pfeiffer Society; 
SEA. 

DAVID KEHOE; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Clarksburg, W. Va. 
MERIDY KELLER; B.S.; Biology; 
Syracuse, N. Y.; Benzene Ring; 
SEA; Sitzmark Ski Club; Sports 
Car Club. 

PATRICIA KELLY; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Seward. Pa. 
TERRY KERNS; B.A.; Biology; 
Elkins, W. Va.: Phi Sigma Epsilon, 
corresponding secretary; Beta Beta 
Beta. 

DAVID KIRBY; B.A.; English; 
Bluefield, W. Va.; SSP; PHAROS, 
sports editor; "All The Way 
Home"; "A Thurber Carnival"; 
Intramurals; WVWC radio station. 
CAROL KLICK; B.A.; Education; 
Basking Ridge, N. J.; SEA. 
CLAUDIA KRIDER; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club. 
BEVERLY KUHN; B.A.; Christian 
Education; Natrona Heights, Pa.; 
Kappa Phi; SEA; AWS, vice-presi- 
dent; Intramurals; Jenkins Hall 
president. 

DAVID KULP; B.A.; Economics 
Lansdale, Pa.; Band; WVWC radio 
station. 

WILLIAM LAMBERT; B.A.; So- 
ciology, Philippi, W. Va.; Choir; 
Chorale; Religious Lile Council. 
CHARLES LANEY; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Buckhannon, W 
Va.; Band. 

CRAIG LANG; B.A.; Economics; 
Natrona Heights, Pa.; CCPB, 
treasurer; Community Council; 
PHAROS, business manager, adver- 
tising agent. 

DOROTHY LAU; B.S.; Nursing; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
SNOW. 

MARYANN LAUFFER; B.A.; Art; 
Irwin, Pa.; Alpha Delta Pi, Vice- 
president, pledge trainer; Kappa Pi, 
treasurer; Sitzmark Ski Club; Spe- 
cial Activities Committee; MUR- 
MURMONTIS; Intramurals. 
MARK LAUGHLIN; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Clarksburg, W. Va. ; Sociol- 
ogy-Anthropology Club; Sports Car 
Club. 

DONNA LAUX; B.A.; Sociology; 
Fairlawn, N. J.; Psi Chi; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon Sweetheart. 
SUSAN LAW; B.A.; English; 
Huntington, W. Va.; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, first vice-president; So- 
quinta: Haught Literary Society; 
Sigma Tau Delta, secreatary; Sigma 
Eta Sigma; PHAROS; Who's Who; 
Honor Board, secretary; Panhel- 
lenic Council, treasurer; Academic 
Affairs Committee, secretary. 
THOMAS LAWLER; B.A.; Eco- 
nomics; Waynesboro, Va. 
EDGAR LEACHMAN; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Buckhannon, 
W. Va.; Hyma Glee Club. 
EDWARD LEAS U RE; B.S.; 
Chemistry; Cumberland, Md.; Math 
Honorary ; Benzene Ring, president. 

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WENDY LEATHERS; B.A.; His 

ton, Massapequa Park, N. Y.; Al- 
pha Delta Pi. 

THOMAS LEWIS; B.S. Business 
Administration ; Boothbay Harbor, 
Me.; Phi Sigma Epsilon; Intramu- 
rals. 

CARLENE LINDBERG ; B . A . ; 
Sociology; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, first vice-president; 
Sociology-Anthropology Club; Choir; 
Tour Choir; Chorale; Chi Phi 
Sweetheart. 

SHERRY LLOYD; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Bethel Park, Pa.; Betty 
Lamp Club; SEA; CCPB Election 
Committee; MURMURMONTIS. 
GEORGE LOCKE; B.S.; Biology; 
Irwin, Pa.; Phi Sigma Epsilon; 
Honor Board. 

DAVID LOVEWELL; B.S.; Biol- 
ogy; Newfane, N. Y.; Theta Xi; 
Beta Beta Beta; SEA; Intramurals. 
KAREN MacKENZIE; B.A.; 
French; Brookside, N. J.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha, recording secretary ; SEA ; 
SSP; Women's Glee Club; Band; 
Sitzmark Ski Club; Intramurals; 
Junior Year Abroad. 
WILLIAM MACKEY; B.S.; Physi- 
cal Education ; Buckhannon, W. 
Va.; Football; Baseball. 
MARTHA MacWILLIAM; B.S.; 
Home Economics ; Milton, Mass. ; 
Pi Kappa Nu; Betty Lamp Club, 
president ; Sociology-Anthropology 
Club; AWS representative. 
JAMES MALLETT; B.A.; Eco- 
nomics; Buckhannon. W. Va. 
SHARON MARKOVICH; B.S.; 
Home Economics; McKeesport, Pa.; 
Pi Kappa Nu; Betty Lamp Club; 
SEA. 

VIRGINIA MARSHALL; B.A.; 
Psychology; Pitman, N. J.; Zeta 
Tau Alpha ; Soquinta ; Psi Chi ; 
Sigma Eta Sigma ; Sitzmark Ski 
Club; Sociology-Anthropology Club; 
Women's Glee Club; SSP; MUR- 
MURMONTIS; Intramurals; Junior 
Year Abroad. 
MABEL MARTIN 

SUE MASON; B.S.; Nursing; E. 
Pepperell, Mass.; SNOW; Choir; 
Tour Choir ; SSP ; Psychology 
Club; Sociology-Anthropology Club. 
RALPH MAULLER; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Nokesville, Va. 
LARRY McCARTNEY; B . S . ; 
Buckhannon, W. Va., 
SAMUEL McCLURE; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Salisbury, Pa.; 
Theta Xi; Hyma Glee Club. 
PATRICIA McCORMICK ; B.S. ; 
Physical Education ; Glen Rock, 
N. J.; Physical Education Majors 
and Minors Club; Hockey, captain. 
RODNEY McDANIEL; B.A.; His- 
tory; Wellsburg, W. Va.; Theta Xi, 
president, pledge marshall; CCUN; 
Glauner Historical Society; SEA; 
Golf, captain; Intramurals. 
KATHLEEN McDOWELL; B.S.; 
Biology; Cranbury, N. J.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, second vice-president. 
CAROLYN McINTIRE; B.A.; Psy- 
chology ; Clarksburg, W. Va. ; Psi 
Chi, president. 

DAVID McNEILL ; B.S.; Chemis- 
try; Charleston, W. Va.; Theta Chi. 
LINDA MEHRINGER; B.A.; Edu- 
cation; Perry. Okla.; SEA. 
MARCIA MENZIES; B.A.; Psy- 
chology ; Silver Spring, Md. ; Psi 
Chi; Psychology Club. 
WILLIAM MERANTE; B.S.; Bi- 
ology ; Cold Spring, N.Y. ; Phi 
Sigma Epsilon. 

DOUGLAS MICHAEL; B.S.; Li- 
brary Science ; Westernport, Md. ; 
Pfeiffer Society. 

CLAY MILHOLLAND; B.A.; So- 
ciology; Pittsburgh, Pa. 
CHERYL MILLER; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education ; Charleston, W. 



Va.; Alpha Gamma Delta, president, 
rush chairman; Community Aware- 
ness Committee; SSP; SEA; Foot- 
light Society; AWS representative; 
Panhellenic Council ; Intramurals; 
"ITie Heiress" ; Freshman Home- 
coming Attendant; Munnurmontis 
Queen 1967; Greek Week Queen 
1968; Senior Homecoming Attend- 
ant. 

LEWIS MILLS; B.A.; Education; 
Wayne. W. Va., 

PHILIP MINDERLEIN; B.A.; His- 
tor) ; Kingsville, Md.; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon. 

NANCY MOELLER; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Carnegie, Pa.; 
Kappa Phi; SEA. 

ROBERT MOELLER; B.A.; 
Speech and Dramatic Arts; Wil- 
kinsburg. Pa.; Sigma Theta Epsi- 
lon; Alpha Psi Omega. 
JAMES MOORE; B.S.; Business 
Administration ; Middletown, 
Conn.; Kappa Alpha; Hyma Glee 
Club. 

JUDITH MOORE; B.A.; Business 
Education ; Elkins, W. Va. ; Zeta 
Tau Alpha; Beta Alpha Beta; 
Honorary Business Society; Panhel- 
lenic Council, Secretary; Phi Beta 
Lambda, secretary. 

SUSAN MORAN; B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education ; Beckley, W. Va. ; 
Kappa Phi: SEA; SSP; AWS 
Council. 

JOSEPH MOROCK; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Wilkinsburg, Pa.; 
Theta Chi. 

WANDA MORRIS; B.S.; Math; 
Irwin, Pa. ; Math Honorary, secre- 
tary-treasurer; SEA; Band; Wo- 
men's Glee Club. 

DAVID MORTON; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Wilkinsburg, Pa.; 
Kappa Alpha, athletic director; 
Hyma Glee Club; Basketball. 
KATHLEEN MUELLER; B.S.; Li- 
brary Science; Pleasantville, N. Y.; 
Pfeiffer Society; Sitzmark Ski 
Club. 

KEITH MUHLEMAN; B.A.; Phi- 
losophy and Religion; Wheeling, W. 
Va. ; Choir ; Tour Choir, vice-presi- 
dent; Chorale; WVWC-FM, pro- 
gram director, engineer, announcer. 
EDWARD MUNN; B.A.; Political 
Science; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Theta Xi, 
historian ; International Relations 
Club, president; Young Republicans 
Club ; Sitzmark Ski Club ; Aca- 
demic Affairs Committee ; CCPB 
Social Committee; Intramurals. 
GAIL MURRAY; B.A.; Sociology; 
Wexford, Pa.; Psi Chi; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; SEA; Psychol- 
ogy Club. 

JOSEPH NEIL; B.A.; History; 
LIniontown , Pa. 

DEBORAH NELSON; B.S.; Physi- 
cal Education; Kendall Park. N.J.; 
Delta Psi Kappa ; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors and Minors Club; 
Hockey. 

CAROLE NORTON; B.A.; Philos- 
ophy; Wilmington, Del.; Sigma Eta 
Sigma, president; Philosophy Club, 
president. 

LINDA O'DELL; B.S.; Home Ec- 
onomics; Charleston, W. Va.; Kap- 
pa Phi; Betty Lamp Club; Band; 
Women's Glee Club. 
HAROLD OLSEN; B.A.; Psychol- 
ogy; Rockville, Md.; Theta Xi. 
GODSON OLUMBA; B.A.; Eco- 
nomics ; Owerri, Biafra ; Benzene 
Ring; Interational Relations Club; 
Soccer. 

GARY O'NEAL; B.M.E.; Music 
Education; Cumberland, Md.; Phi 
Sigma Epsilon; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; AGO, president; MENC, 
treasurer; Choir, president; Tour 
Choir; Chorale. 



ARTHUR OSBORN; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Admin istratinn ; Parkersbure ; 
W. Va.; Track. 

JACK OWEN; B.A.; Psychology; 
Manasquan, N. J.; Theta Xi, presi- 
dent, vice-president, alumni secre- 
tary ; Psi Chi ; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Who's Who; Community 
Council, vice-president; Psychology 
Club; Intramurals. 
SANDRA OWEN; B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education; Bethel Park, Pa.; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; SEA, presi- 
dent; Greek Week Queen 1967; 
Theta Xi Sweetheart. 
MARK PALMER; B.A.; History; 
Gibsonia, Pa.; Phi Sigma Epsilon 
Omicron Delta Kappa; SSP; IFC; 
Cross Country, captain ; Track ; 
Intramurals. 

BETSY PARKER; B.S.; Physical 
Education; Braintree, Mass.; Zeta 
Tau Alpha, vice-president; Delta 
Psi Kappa, secretary-treasurer; 
Physical Education Majors and 
Minors Club; Hockey. 
JOHN PARNELL; B.S.; Business 
Administration ; Mount Vernon, 
Ohio; Chi Phi; Economics Club; 
Basketball. 

ELSIE PARTON; B.A.; Sociology; 
McKeesport, Pa. ; Kappa Pi ; So- 
ciology-Anthropology Club; MUR- 
MURMONTIS, editor; CCPB pub- 
licity, recreation committees; Merit 
Award; Publications Committee. 
LEE PEARCE; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Grove City, Pa.; 
Theta Chi; Football; Track. 
ROBERT PENTZ; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Aldan, Pa.; Kappa 
Alpha, president; IFC; Basketball, 
captain. 

DARLENE PERAZZONE; B.A.; 
Elementary Education; Wayne, 
N. J.; Alpha Delta Pi; SEA; Li- 
brary Committee ; Freshman Honor 
Court. 

GEORGE PETTIBON; B.A.; Ed- 
ucation; Monaca, Pa. 
ALICE PEW; B.A.; Education; 
Annapolis, Md. 

ROBERT PFLAUM; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration ; Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; Theta Xi. 

ARNOLD PHIPPS; B.A.; Sociology; 
Buckhannon, W. Va.; Theta Chi; 
Intramurals., 

GLENNA PHIPPS; B.A.; Christian 
Education ; Harrisville, Pa. ; Kappa 
Phi, second vice-president, chap- 
lain; MENC; SSP; Young Demo- 
crats; Religious Life Council; 
Christian Education Club Council ; 
Intramurals. 

ALFRED PISTILLI; B.A.; Art; 
Ridgway, Pa. 

DAVID PITCHER; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Parkersburg, W. 
Va. 

GEORGETTE POLCSAK; B.A.; 
Education; Valencia, Pa.; Kappa 
Phi; Women's Glee Club. 
PATRICIA PORCHFRON; B.A.; 
Sociology ; Manchester, Conn. ; So- 
ciology-Anthropology Club. 
JUDITH PUTNAM: B.S.; Home 
Economics ; Bethesda, Md. ; Kappa 
Phi, second vice-president; Betty 
Lamp Club, secretary. 
DONALD RANSOM; B.A.; Eng- 
lish; Clendenin, W. Va. 
LINDA RAPHALION; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Short Hills, N. J.; Al- 
pha Delta Pi; Women's Glee Club. 
CHRISTINE RAPKING; B.S.; 
Math; Charleston, W. Va.; Alpha 
Xi Delta; Soquinta; Haught Liter- 
ary Society ; Sigma Eta Sigma ; 
Math Honorary ; Honorary Business 
Society ; Choir; Tour Choir; Cho- 
rale; Who's Who; Intramurals. 
LYNN REBILLARD; B.A.; His- 
tory ; Salisbury, Conn. ; SEA ; 
Glauner Historical Society; Band; 



Choir; Sitzmark Ski Club: Intra- 
murals. 

DAVID REEMSXYDER: B.S.; 
Business Administration; Buckhan- 
non. W. Va. : Kappa Alpha. 
CHARLOTTE REESE; B.S.: Xurs- 
ing; Clarksburg. W. Va. : Beta Beta 
Beta; Psi Chi; Haught Literary 
Society; Who's Who; Kappa Phi; 
AWS, president; Women's Glee 
Club; SXOW; Sigma Theta Epsilon 
Sweetheart. 

WILLIAM REESE; B.S.; Business 
Administration; East Stroudsburg, 
Pa.; Kappa Alpha, sergeant-at- 
arms; H>ma Glee Club; IFC, 
treasurer; Baseball. 
JAMES REEVES; B.S.; Business 
Administration: Millville. X. J.; 
\oung Republicans Club. 
JOHX REGER: B.S.; Business 
Administration; Buckhannon, W. 
Va. ; Kappa Alpha; Honorary Busi- 
ness Society; Intramurals. 
CATHY REID; B.S.; Xursing; 
Irwin. Pa.; SXOW: Footlight So- 
ciety ; Intramurals; SSP. 
KAREN REMINGTOX; B.A.; Ele- 
mentary Education; Warwick, 
R. I.: Alpha Delta Pi. Chaplain: 
SSP; Religious Life Council; AWS 
wing representative. 
JAMES REMSEX; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy ; Akron. X. Y.: Kappa Alpha; 
Hvma Glee Club; Intramurals. 
CAROLYX REXEAU; B.S.; Li- 
brary Science: Grafton. W. Va.; 
Kappa Phi: Pfeiffer Society, presi- 
dent; 4-H Club; Band; Women's 
Glee Club. 

BETTY RESLER; B.S.; Biology; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Psi Chi; AWS, secretary', special 
activities; Cheerleader; Special Ac- 
tivities Committee; CCPB, publicity 
committee; Century Theater: "Dy- 
lan", stage manager. 
JOHX REXROAD; B.S.; Business 
Administration: Buckhannon, W. 
Va.: Chi Phi. 

LARRY RHODES; B.S.; Physical 
Education; Parkersburg, W. Va.; 
Theta Chi ; Football ; Track. 
JOX RICKEY; B.S.; Physical Edu- 
cation: Manasquan. X. J.: Kappa 
Alpha: Intramurals. 
RICHARD ROBBIXS: B.A.; Busi- 
ness Administration: Westfield, 
N. J.; Head Resident of College 
Avenua Complex. 

MARTHA ROBERTS: B.S.; Home 
Economics; Cairo, W. Va.; Pi 
Kappa Nu; Sigma Eta Sigma; 
Betty Lamp Club; 4-H Club; SEA; 
Women's Glee Club. 
PETER ROBERTS; B.S.; Business 
Administration ; Greenwich, Conn. 
SUE ROBIXSOX; B.S.; Physical 
Education: Xew Cumberland. Pa.; 
Alpha Xi Delta; Delta Psi Kappa; 
Physical Education Majors and 
Minors Club: Sitzmark Ski Club; 
SEA: Intramurals; Freshman Com- 
munity Council Representative. 
CLIXTOX ROY; B.A.; Economics; 
Bemardsville, X. J. 
WEXDY RUTHYEX: B.S.; Home 
Economics: San Diego, Calif.; 
SEA; Betty Lamp Club; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; Sitzmark Ski 
Club: AWS representative. 
REX A RYDER; B.A.; Sociology; 
Crosswicks. X. J.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Sociology -Anthropology Club. 
ERROL SADLOX; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Butler, Pa. 

ARMA.XD SALVATI; B.A.: Eco- 
nomics; Roselle Park. X. J.; Chi 
Phi. house manager, steward; Eco- 
nomics Club; Hyma Glee Club; 
Sitzmark Ski Club: Football; Base- 
ball; Swimming. 

PATRICIA SAVAGE; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Monessen, Pa.; Kappa 
Phi; Betty Lamp Club: SEA. 



DENNI- SI HAEFER: K \ Mu- 
sic; Bergenfield. \ J 
MARILYN Si.HKKN. B„> . \„ r -. 
ing: Lake Hopatcong. \ f- 
SXOW; Sitzmark Ski Qui.. 
SANDRA SCHRLTSE: B.S.: Busi- 
ness Administration: Panama X Y- 
SEA. 

GEORGE SCHWENEBRATEN; 
B.A.: Sociology: Johnstown. Pa.: 
Theta Xi: Sociology -Anthropology 
Club; Basketball. 

LINDA SCRAGG; B.A.: English; 
Elkins, W. Va.; Sigma Iola Chi: 
SE \: Sitzmark Ski Club 
BART SEMENORO: B.A.: Govern. 
ment; Roadie Park. X. J.: Ren/ene 
Ring: Newman Club: Economics 
Club. 

CEORCAX SHAFFER: B.A.; So. 
ciology; Mannington. W. Va.; So- 
ciology-Anthropology Club: SSP: 
Women'- Glee Club; 4-H Club; 
Intramurals. 

SUSAN SHAW: B.S.; Home Eco- 
nomics: Wexford. Pa. 
MARGARET SHEPHERD: U.S.; 
Xur-inn: Bristol. \ld. : >NUW. 
STEPHEN SHEPLER: B.S.: Busi- 
ness Administration; Elkin-. \\ . 
Va.; Sigma Theta Epsilon. 
LEE SHERMAN; B.S.: Busine-> 
Administration; Ocean City. N. J.: 
Theta Xi. treasurer.. 
WILLIAM SHISSLER; B.S.; Phy- 
sical Education; Buckhannon. W. 
\a.: Theta Xi: Gymnastics, Intra- 
murals. 

PHILIP SHKUDA: B.S.; Math; 
Manhas-et. N. Y.; Sports Car Club, 
treasurer: Amateur Radio Club. 
ODESSA SHI LER; B.A.: P-vrhol- 
ogy : Rockville, Md.; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, chaplain: Psi Chi: Beta Beta 
Beta; Sigma Eta Sigma; Haught 
Literary Society, second vice-presi- 
dent: Sociology. Anthropology Cluh; 
Community Awareness Committee. 
CAROLYX SILLAMAX; B.A.; 
Elementary Education ; Lalrobe, 
Pa.; Alpha Gamma Delta: SSP; 
SEA. 

LINDA SIMILE; B.A.; English; 
Clairton, Pa.; Alpha Gamma Delta; 
Panbellenic Council, president, 
vice-president; Community Council; 
SEA: Footlight Society; Spanish 
Club; Cheerleader; Traffic Com- 
mittee. 

FRAXK SLAUGHTER: B.A.; Eng- 
lish: Augu-t.. Ga.; Theta Chi, 
secretary; CCPB: Special Activities 
Committee; PHAROS; MUR- 
MURMONTIS; Intramurals: "Dy- 

SANDRA SMITH: B.S.; Home 
Economics; Glenside, Pa.; Betty 
Lamp Club. 

THOMAS SMITH: B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Warren, Pa. 

DANIEL SMYTHE; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Pittsburgh, Pa. 
DIANE SXOW; B.A.; Art; Cran- 
ford, X. J.; Kappa Pi. 
SUSAN SXYDER; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Bethel, Park, Pa.; 
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer; CCPB. 
WADE SPERRY: B.S.; Business 
Administration; Richmondville, X. Y. 
SANDRA STANTER; B.A.; Edu- 
cation; Pittsburg, Pa.; SEA. 
MICHAEL STANTOX B.S.; Biol, 
ogy; Finlcyville, Pa.; Baseball. 
BARBARA STARKEY; B.A.; Re- 
ligion; Waldwick, X. J.; Kappa 
Phi; Sigma Eta Sigma; Religious 
Life Council; Choir; Tour Choir. 
CHARLES STARKEY; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Fort Ashby. 
W. Va.; Track; Cross Country, Hon- 
orary Business Society 
WILLIAM STEELE;' B.A.; Eng- 
lish; McMurray. Pa.; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Who's Who; Special Activities 



Committee; CCPB, vice-chairman; 
"The Lady of Larkspur Lotion": 
"Fantasticks," director; "Dylan." 
RAYMOND STEELMAX: B.A.: 
History; Woodbury, X. J.: Phi Sig- 
ma Epsilon: Baseball. 
DANIEL STEIX: B.A.: Spanish: 
Munhall, Pa.: Spanish Club; Intra- 
murals. 

DAVID STEVENSON; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Swissvale, Pa.; 
Kappa Alpha. 

THOMAS STEYER: B.A.; Speech 
and Dramatic Arts; Milton, W. Va.; 
Alpha Psi Omega; Religious Life 
Council; "Between Two Thieves"; 
"Aria de Capo"; "Outward Bound"; 
"Elves and the Shoemaker"; "All 
the Way Home": "Thurber Carni- 
val"; "Madwoman of Chaillott"; 
"The Cave Dwellers"; WVWC-FM, 
engineer, announcer. 
JLDITH STODDARD; B.S.; Li- 
brarv Science: Worchester. Mass.; 
Pfeiffer Society; SEA; Physical 
Education Majors and Minors Club; 
Hockev. 

DIANA STRALEY; B.A.: Business 
Education; Higbtstown. X. J.: Eco- 
nomics Club; SEA. 
JEFFREY SL'MXER; B.A.; Music; 
Trafford, Pa. 

JUDITH SUTTOX; B.A.; Elemen- 
tan Education; Westfield. X. J.; 
SEA; SSP 

SUSAN SWEEZY; B.S.; Biology; 
Bethesda, Md.; Zeta Tau Alpha, 
president ; Beta Beta Beta. 
ANN SWOPE; B.S.: Business Ad- 
ministration; Gaithersburg, Md. ; 
Alpha Xi Delta; Honorary Business 
Society, secretary; Sitzmark Ski 
Club. 

WILLIAM TADLOCK; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Honorary 
Business Society. 

DOROTHY TAXXER; B.A.; Re- 
ligion: Brooklyn. X. Y. ; Psi Chi; 
Kappa Phi; Religious Life Council; 
Psychology Club; SSP; Religious 
Life Merit Award. 
LINDA TAYLOR: B.A.: History; 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
STEPHEN TERRY; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy: Silver Spring. Md.; Phi Sigma 
Epsilon, treasurer. 

DIANE THOMAS; B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education; Hicksville. X. Y.; 
Alpha Delta Pi, president; Who's 
Who; SEA; Community Council, 
Junior Representative; Library 
Committee, chairman; Cheerleader, 
captain; Intramurals. 
MARY THOMPSON; B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration; Clarksburg, 
W. Va.; SEA. 

VICKI THORX; B.A.; Education; 
Belington, W. Va.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
SEA; Chi Phi Sweetheart. 
FREDERICK TIMBROOK; B.A.; 
Math; Cumberland. Md. 
BARBARA TOXKIXSOX; B.S.; 
Nursing; X. Babylon. X. Y.; Alpha 
Xi Delta; SXOW; Theta Chi 
Sweetheart; Freshman Honor Court. 
JACK TOURTILLOTTE; B.A.; 
Education; Boothbay Harbor. Me.; 
Theta Xi: SEA: George Glauner 
Historical Society: Tennis: Intra- 
murals. 

CHARLEXE TRAIXOR; B.S.; 
Home Economics; Silver Spring, 
Md. 

JOSEPHIXE TRLMBO; B.A.; 
Education; Onego, W. Va.; SEA; 
SSP; 4-H Club. 

CYNTHIA TUCKER; B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Stamford, Conn.; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club; SSP; AWS 
wing representative. 
ROBERT TUFTS; B.S.; Business 
Administration; Brielle, X. J. 
CHRISTINE UMSTOT; B.A.; 
Christian Education; Oakland, Md.; 



Kappa Phi; SSP; Christian Educa- 
tion Club: Women's Glee Club. 
LEE VANDERWENDE; B.A.; Hi- 
lory; Midland Park. X. J.: Cen- 
tury Theater: Sitzniark ^ki Club, 
vice-president; Sport- Cat Club; 
PHAROS: Other Side; Baseball; 
"Dylan." 

JOAN VOORHEIS; B.A.; Elemen- 
tarv Education: Essex Fell-. N. J.; 
SEA. 

PHILLIP WALLS: B.A.; Educa- 
tion: Buckhannon. W . Va. 
I \RRt WAMSLEY; B.A.: Edu- 
cation: Buckhannon. W. Va.; SEA. 
KxTHRYN WARD: B.A.; Sociol- 
ogy; Aberdeen. Md. ; Alpha Xi 
Delta: CCPB. secretary; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club, secretary; SSP; 
VWS House Council; International 
Relations Club; Xew Hall Presi- 
dent. 

LINDA WAREHIME; B.A.; So- 
ciotogy; Sykesville, Md.: Si^ma Eta 
Sigma: Haught Literary Society; 
SSP, core committee; Sociology- 
Anthropology Club: Women's Glee 
Club. 

IRENE WARMAX; B.A.: Elemen- 
tary Education; Pittsburgh. Pa.; 
SSP; Hockev: Intramurals. 
ROBERT WARMAX: B.S.; Busi- 
ness Administration: Unionlown. 
Pa. 

PATRICIA WASS; B.A.; Speech 
and Dramatic Arts; Soquinta; Psi 
Chi: CCPB. cultural chairman; 
AWS. vice-president; Choir, vice- 
president; 4-H Club: "All the Wav 
Home"; '"A Thurber Carnival"; 
"Tlu- Madwoman of Chaillot"; Ag- 
nes Howard president. 
BARBARA WEBB: B.S.; Xursing; 
Friendship Md.; SXOW. president; 
Intramurals. 

JEAN WEBER: B.A.; Christian 
Education: Point Marion, Pa.; 
Kappa Phi, chaplain, i ircle leader; 
Sociology-Anthropology Club; SSP; 
\W S, chaplain, wing representa- 
tive; Intramurals. 

JOANNE WHITE: B.A.; Elemen- 
tary Education; Pittsfield. Mass.; 
SSP: SEA; Intramurals; Second 
Runner-Up. 1967 Murmurmontis 
Queen Contest. 

RONALD WHITE: B.S.: Biology; 
Wilmington. Del.: Choir; Men's 
Glee Club: Swimming, co-captain; 
"Brigadoon"; Scuba instructor. 
JOAX WILBUR; B.A.; English: 
Swede-born. N. J.: SEA: Intramu- 
rals. 

FR\NK WILLIAMS; B.S.: Eco- 
nomics; Buckhannon. W. Va.; Kap- 
pa Alpha, vice-president; Xew man 
Club, president., 

NANCY WILLIAMS: B.S.; Busi- 
it.-- Administration: Silver Spring, 
Md.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Choir. 
LINDA WILSON 

ROSE WILSON: B.A.; Sociology: 
Parkersburg, W. Va.: Aloha Xi 
Delta, historian, song leader; Choir; 
Tour Choir: Sociology-Anthropi 
Club: Traffic Committee: Who's 
Wlic: Panhellenic Council. 
WARREN WINDERS; B.A.: His- 
tory; Abington, Ma-s. 
CAROL WISMAN; B.S.; Home 
Economics; Glendale. W. Va.; Al- 
pha Delta Pi: Betty Lamp Club; 
SEA: Panhellenic Council. 
THOMAS WITZENBF.RGER: 
B.S.; Bioli gy; Hicksville, N. V. 
SHvRON WOLF: B.A.; Sociology; 
Jessup. Md. : Sociology -Anthropology 
Club: SSP; "The Heiress." 

NANCY WOOD; B.S : Business 
Administration: Valley Head. W. 
Va.; Kappa Phi; SEA. 
PRUDENCE WOODARD; B.A.; 
Christian Education; Burlington, 
Yt- : Kappa Phi. 

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Abbey, Suzanne 216 
Abel, James 225 
Adams, James 225 
Adams, John 196 
Adams, Paul 205 
Adams, Robert 133, 196, 171 
Ahmed, Enver 144, 154, 225 
Aitken, Thomas 196 
Albert, Robert 141, 225 
Alcox, Kathryn 117, 216 
Alderman, Gary 196 
Alexander, Janet 121, 225 
Alexander, Ralph 148, 225 
Alexander, Robyn 206 
Allman, Deborah 205 
Allman, Florence 196 
Allman, Robert 78, 144, 154, 226 
Almand. Ruth 196 
Almond, David 216 
Althaus, Richard 141, 206 
Altmann, Robert 206 
Alton, 'William 136, 206 
Amerman, Stephen 159, 196 
Ammann, Linda 196 
Ammar, Mary 121, 206 
Anderson, Elaine 121, 206 
Anderson, James 216 
Anderson, Suzanne 196 
Andrew, Ernest 206 
Andrews, Janice 226 
Andrews, Martha 117, 216 
Andris, Dave 226 
Anwyll, Scott 196 
Archer, Constance 226 



Armentrout. Richard 226 
Arms, Linda 205 
Arslen. Gwendolyn 196 
Arter, James 206 
Ashankey, Karen 128, 226 
Ashworth, Robert 196 
Austin, Henry 226 
Austin, Janet 196 
Austin, Leopold 226 
Avery, Robert 151 
Axtell, David 141, 216 
Ayers, Brenda 206 
Ayre, Nathaniel 133, 216 
Azzato, Susan 196 

— B— 

Babb, Walter 224 
Backus, Harold 226 
Backus. Howard 226 
Backus, Linda 226 
Backus, Steven 216 
Bagley, David 216 
Bahrenburg, Jill 226 
Bailey. Sheila 78, 84, 121, 226 
Bake, Christopher 196 
Baker, Barbara 196 
Baker, Nancy 84, 206 
Baker. Sarah 196 
Baldwin. James 206 
Ball, Gregory 196 
Ballinger, Gail 216 
Balsley, Christina 128, 206 
Bannister, Melissa 196 
Baran, Catherine 206 
Barbor. Reed 136, 154, 196 



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Buckhannon. W. Va. 

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Burkhannon. W. Va. 



KING'S KAPTURES 

Studio of 
Fine Photography 



472-6243 



DREXELL KING 
Photographer 



Barclay, Karen 117, 216 

Barefoot, Kimberly 72, 78, 121, 216 

Barella, Marianne 117, 206 

Barillari, Barbara 227 

Barillari. Robert 216 

Barkand, Jim 205 

Barker, Carolyn 128, 216 

Barker, Jane 227 

Barnard, Scott 196 

Barno, Michael 154 

Barr, Karen 216 

Barrett. Mary 117 

Barry, Paul 206 

Barss, Reg 227 

Bartelme, Lowell 206 

Bartley, Thomas 85, 216 

Bartolomeo, Edward 205 

Barton, Joanne 121, 196 

Baslone, Joseph 224 

Basinger, Gregory 196 

Bass, Linda 206 

Baudi, Joanne 117, 216 

Bauer, John 18, 227 

Baurhenn, Christina 117, 196 

Bayard, Carole 128, 206 

Beakley, Robert 85, 111 

Beales, Roger 227 

Beall, Jacqueline 227 

Bear, Robert 196 

Beardsley, Kay 227 

Bearse, Marjorie 205 

Beatty, Samuel 227 

Beck, Judy 85, 206 

Becker, William 141, 206 

Beckwith, Rebecca 196 

Bedell, Dennis 227 

Beeghly, Katherine 205 

Beeghly, Sylvia 121, 196 

Beer, Dannie 205 

Beers. Ralph 144, 196 

Belcher, David 206 

Bellino, Barbara 206 

Bellmore, Beth 75, 117, 216 

Beltz, Jacqueline 196 

Benjamin, John 227 

Bennett, Diane 205 

Bennett. Lynda 196 

Bennett, Michael 136, 216 

Bennett, Sara 206 

Benton, Jerry 188 

Bentzen, Gayle 206 

Berardi, Calla 205 

Berry. Ralph 141, 227 

Best, John 216 

Betz, Theodore 228 

Beynon, Randall 206 

Bias, James 216 

Bibb, Bonny 33, 125 

Biggar, Richard 228 

Bird, Ruth 228 

Bishop, Joseph 215. 

Bissell, Jeffery 141, 216 

Bitzer, John 188 

Bixler, Alice 216 

Bizaro, Linda 228 

Black, Alfred 206 

Black, David 206 

Black. Kim 148, 216 

Black. Thomas 154, 228 

Blair, William 196 

Blake, Edward 52 

Blanchard, Deborah 206 

Blankenship, Stanley 196 

Blauvelt, James 196 



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Blevins, Pamela 121, 216 
Blomquist, Chris 196 
Bluunt, Lois 196 
Blum. Howard 159, 197 
Boal, Patricia 206 
Boger, Richard 206 
Bogert, Randy 228 
Boggess, George 154 
Boiler. Chris 197 
Boltz, Barb 67, 197 
Bonafield, Cinda 228 
Bond, Bradford 228 
Bonesteel, Bill 216 
Bonnet, Betty 216 
Boo, Sally 206 
Booth, Mark 133, 154 
Borst, Cathy 197 
Boso, Diana 197 
Bosworth, Marian 117 
Bottone, Janet 206 
Bottone. Julie 206 
Bottum, Edward 197 
Bowen, Richard 228 
Bowers, Robert 205 
Boyd , Debby 125, 197 
Boyd, James 206 
Boyd, Jay 197 
Boyer. Phyllis 197 
Boyle, Marcy 117. 206 
Boyle. Paul 136, 228 
Bradeen, Sharon 216 
Bradshaw, Robert J. 144, 207 
Bradshaw. Robert P. 216 
Bramble, James 162 
Bramble, Robert 205 



ANDREW'S FOOT STORE 

"Shoes for every need and everyone'' 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN ANDREWS 

41 Main Street 

Buckhannon. W. Va. 



Brannon, Tim 70, -6, 217 

Brant, Diane 197 

Braun. Richard 136, 207 

Breakiron. Murray 206 

Brehme, Timothy 205 

Br.itinger, Carol 128, 207 

Brisbin, Richard 58, 73, 77, 85, 228 

Broadwater, Bill 197 

Bromley, Linda 207 

Brooks, Carol 197 

Brown, Deborah 228 

Brown, Elaine 229 

Brown, Gary 205 

Brown. Kaye 207 

Brown, Myma 215 

Brown, Oliver 166 

Brown, Rodney 207 

Brown, Ross 229 

Bruner, Mike 78, 217 

I!run-..n. J.ihn 229 

Brunton, Sallie 207 

Bruso, Triana 81, 229 

Bryan. Constance 205 

Bryson, Jeannie 117, 229 

Brzezinski. Charles 180, 217 

Buchanan, Cathy 229 

Buchanan, David 229 

Buchanan. Keith 144, 217 

Bucher, Pam 67, 207 

Bucher, Zella 197 

Buckley, Chris 205 

Budd. Hulse 207 

Bultman. Bobbie 117, 207 

Burgie. Bonnie 117, 207 



Burke, Connie 197 
Burkhammer, Tom 207 
Burleith, Joy 125, 229 
Burmeister, John 253 
Bums, Douglas 197 
Burns, Everett 205 
Bush, Diana 217 
Bush, Russell 205 
Butler, Helen 229 
Butler, Nancy 207 
Byard, George 197 
Byers, Wiley 151 



Cable, Christina 197 
Cadick, Alice 117, 217 
Cadmus, Ron 217 
Cain. Jeff 70, 87, 148. 162, 229 
Cain, Donna 197 
Cain, Judy 128, 229 
Caldwell, Steve 148, 162, 229 
Callihan, Susan 33, 207 
Cameron, Susan 207 
Campbell, Charles 230 
Campbell, George 141, 207 
Campbell, Jean 253 
Campbell, John 207 
Campbell, Robert 148, 207 
Campbell, Steve 207 
Canfield, Joseph 197 
Cantley, Lewis 207 
Cantley. Linda 125, 217 
Carmichael, Alexander 207 
Carpenter. Brenda 230 
Carpenter, Edwin 144, 197 
Carpenter, Pam 125, 197 
Carpenter, Steve 205 
Carpenter, BUI 136, 207 
Carr, Joan 217 
Carr, William 197 
Carson, James 207 
Carter, Cathy 197 
Carter. Nancy 207, 230 
Carter. Roy 136 
Carty, Peter 215 
Carver, Paul 230 
Carver, Sam 217 
Case, Molly 125, 217 
Case, Ward 159 
Case. Bill 207 
Cass. Mervyn 253 
Castagna, James 188 
Casto, Linda 230 



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B&R FORD SALES, INC. 

71 W. Main Street 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

172-1700 

"Sales and Service" 



ACME BOOKSTORE 

15 E. Main 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

172-1840 

"The finest in school and 
office supplies" 



Catalano, Frank 148, 230 
Chaboudy, Louis 207 
Chadderdon, Linda 197 
Chadwick, Dan 207 
Challender, Jill 76, 121, 229 
Channing, Carl 144, 217 
Chapman, Greg 197 
Chapman, Karen 230 
Chelak, Denise 197 
Cheney, Henry 230 
Cherry, Dotty 128, 217 
Chewning, George 133, 171, 217 
Chidester, Janis 207 
Cheban, Mike 215 
Chomicz, Nancy 121, 230 
Chow, Winston 217 
Choy, Andrew 197 
Christensen, Jeanne 117, 207 
Christian, Sam 136, 154 
Christie, Scott 207 
Clark, Elaine 253 
Clark, Richard 205 
Clark. Robert D. 230 
Clark, William 230 
Clausen, Carol 117 
Clay, Deborah 197 
Clayton, Thomas 148, 207 
Clemens, Shelly 207 
demons, Terry 78. 231 
Clifford, BethAnn 231 
Clifford, James 224 
Clohessy, George 171, 217 
Coale, Charles 197 
Coale, Margeret 231 
Cochran, Thomas 144, 154, 208 
Cochrun, Linda 46, 125, 231 



Cofer, Mary 217 

Coleman, Charles 197 

Coleman. Donald 141, 208 

Coleman, Jane 231 

Coleman, John 197 

Coleman, Linda 33, 40, 70, 75, 121, 231 

Collier, Sheila 208 

Collins, George 231 

Colliton, John 197 

Columbus, James 224 

Columbus, Robert 141, 197 

Colvin, Steven 208 

Combs, James 217 

Conner, Cheryl 198 

Conner, Dennis 70, 72, 148, 217 

Conrad, Daniel 141, 217 

Conrad, Elaine 217 

Conrad, Jane 231 

Conrad, Ray 208 

Conte, Penelope 198 

Cooke, Patricia 198 

Cooper, Carolyn 217 

Cooper, Jean 231 

Cooper, Peter 231 

Corbitt, Marcia 208 

Costenbader, Gary 198 

Cotter, Catherine 128, 217 

Cotto-Thorner, Lester 208 

Cottrill, Mike 148, 217 

Courtney, Sharon 125, 231 

Covault, Sandra 231 

Cowan, James 205 

Cowen, Barbara 70, 231 

Cowger, Sarah 208 

Cowhord, Amy 217 

Cox, Clifford 144, 154, 217 



Cox, Edith 217 
Cox, Frank 198 
Cox, Leota 205 
Coye, Constance 117, 232 
Crabtree, Thomas 208 
Craft, Catherine 67, 148 
Craft, Julia 67, 125, 208 
Cramer, Cheryl 208 
Crawford, Mary 232 
Crawford, Paul 217 
Creighton, Gloria 208 
Creighton, James 208 
Crickard, Burr 205 
Criss, George 126 
Criss, John 136 
Crites, Theodore 198 
Cromwell, Peyton 133, 208 
Cromwell, Richard 217 
Crooks, Robert 198 
Crossman, Wayne 217 
Crowe, Richard 217 
Crowley, Timothy 136, 208 
Cruikhank, Stephen 144, 180, 198 
Crumley, Melissa 208 
Cullen, Christopher 198 
Cullings, Linda 217 
Cullings, Charles 215 
Culp, Sandra 208 
Culver, Betty 205 
Cummings, Frank 208 
Cummings, Margaret 217 
Cummings, Robert 136, 162 
Cunningham, Jane 198 
Cuppett, Jewel 198 
Currey, Dalyn 141, 217 
Curry, Dan 217 
Curzi, Anna 208 
Cusick, Joyce 208 
Custer, Marshall 159, 198 
Cutright, Burl 218 
Cutright, Camille 218 
Cutright, Hayes 218 
Cutright, Uene 198 
Cutright, Michael 232 

— D— 

Dague, Barbara 198 

Daisey, Geraldine 198 

Dalrymple, Judy 198 

Damcott, David 171, 208 

Daniell, Diane 37, 40, 125, 144, 232 

Daniels, James 141, 208 

Danneberger, David 141, 198 



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Darnall, Dale 141, 198 

Darnall, Russell 205 

Daugherty, Jane 232 

Davenport. Elizabeth 218 

Davidson, Hallie 218 

Davis, Bonnie 117, 208 

Davis, Dennis 133. 208 

Davis, Lois 198 

Davis, Nancy 125, 208 

Davis. Roberta 232 

Davis, Sharon 117, 208 

Dawson, Carla 208 

DeAngelis. Gary 70, 198 

DeAngelo, Dennis 205 

Decker, Nancy 218 

Deeley, Doreen 208 

DeHaas, Kathleen 218 

Delaney, Deborah 205 

Delaney, Michael 198 

Delia, Deborah 205 

Delich, Darlene 208 

DeLung, Christine 218 

Demshaw, Karen 232 

Denman, Theodore 136 

Denver, Richard 133, 218 

DePugh, Terry 148 

DeRenzo, David 205 

DeRosset, David 141, 232 

Deny, Kathy 218 

Detrick, Brian 232 

Devine, James 205 

Diak, Richard 136. 218 
Diehl, Sharon 218 

Dilley. Elizabeth 205 

Dils, Diane 205 

Dilworth, Jean 198 

Dinsel, Lee 232 

Distad, Marilyn 117, 232 

Dixon, Elizabeth 208 

Doak, John 141. 208 

Dobbie, William 205 

Dodd, John 144, 232 

Dodson, Gary 144, 218, 166 

Dollman, Candace 125, 208 

Doner, John 224 

Donkin, William 233 

Donley, Gregg 136, 154, 218 

Donner, Nancy 233 

Donohue, John 198 

Doolittle. Linda 198 

Don-ell, June 198 

Dorsey, Mary Jean 67, 125, 208 

Dotson, Danell 136, 166, 198 



Douglas, Keith 198 
Douglas, Kenneth 141, 218 
Downs, Suzanne 218 
Drake, James 198 
Dreany, Denise 198 
Drenning, James 198 
Drop, Karen 117,208 
Dueger, Carol 128, 218 
Dulfield. Lee 141. 198 
Duke, Brenda 205 
Dull, Margery 69, 125, 198 
Dumire, Vicky 208 
Duncan, Daniel 133, 208 
Dunlap, Jennifer 121 
Dunstan, Jesse 144, 208 
Durrettt, Janet 233 
Duvall, Sandra 125, 208 
Dyck, Gary 198 
Dykstra, Jeffrey 208 
Dzara, David 148, 233 



Eagles, Helen 218 
Easton, Christine 117, 208 
Eaton, Margery 218 
Ebbets, Dennis 205 
Eccles, Cheryl 218 
Eddy, Barbara 208 
Eder, Mary 218 
Edmiston, John 198 
Edmiston. Pamela 198 
Edmonds, Marlene 128, 198 
Edwards, Gary 218 
Eggers, Allyson 125, 218 
Eichelberger, Ann 125, 218 



Eisaman, Carol 205 
Eister. Irene 125, 218 
Ekey, John 85, 218 
Elder, Thomas 233 
Eldridge, Robert 208 
Elfers, Joan 198 
Elias, Diane 233 
Ellis, Cheri 233 
Elsbree, Susan 198 
Elwell, Richard 233 
Emery. Becky 205 
Emmett, David 133 
Eng. Jean 218 
Engelman, Ray 76, 218 
Engle, Albert 136, 198 
Engle, William 208 
Englert. Kristine 117. 218 
Enright, Richard 208 
Epperly. Jane 205 
Erickson, Dorothy 233 
Esaias, John 205 
Eskew, Edward 136, 198, 189 
Esposito. John 162 
Esposito, Richard 162, 136 
Etowski, Sheila 198 
Eubank, Shirley 199 
Evans. Charles 70. 79, 233 
Evans. Larry 154, 233 
Evans, Nancy Fuller 234 
Eves, Robert 1 14, 15 I. 209 
Ewen, Dane 42, 218 

— F— 

Fahrner, Robert 233 
Fahrner, Sandra 234 



LEWIS JEWELERS 

Buckhannon. W. Va. 
"Your Exclusive Gift Center" 



• Sorority-Fraternity Jewelry 

• Party Gifts 

• Prompt Service 



THOMPSON'S 
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t E. Main 
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Faltermeier, Monika 234 

Farreli, Sharon 209 

Farrier, Gay 209 

Feaster, Janice 234 

Fealherer, Amy 121, 199 

Federico, Edward 141, 199 

Fehl, Robert 148, 234 

Fehl, Sandra Hampton 219 

Fehrman, Margaret 234 

Felton, Linda 234 

Fendrick, Richard 218 

Fenton, Christine 209 

Fenton, Emily 199 

Feola, David 79, 144, 154 

Feola, Natalie Hall 70, 77, 125, 218 

Ferentz, Julia 209 

Ferguson, Kenneth 209 

Ferguson, Suzanne 209 

Fernandez, Louisa 33, 75, 117, 218 

Fetzer, Diane 121, 141, 208 

Fife, Karen 128, 209 

Finch, Jill 67, 117, 234 

Findley, Dave 151 

Fink, Linda 205 

Finegan, Melody 128, 209 

Fischer, Ronald 162 

Fischer, Wayne 199 

Fisher, Merilee 209 

Fisk, Deborah 209 

Flaherty, Patricia 209 

Fleu, David 205 

Flynn, Susan 199 

Forrest, Sharon 128, 218 

Foster, Stephen 136, 218 



Foster, Thomas 209 
Fowler, Frank 141, 218 
Fox, Janet 218 
France, Thomas 233 
Frank, Phyllis 128, 209 
Frantz, Thomas 234 
Franz, Susan 205 
Freeman, Marjorie 209 
Freer, Gregory 218 
French, Janet 121, 209 
Frenzel, Cinda 218 
Fretwell, Steven 205 
Frey, Robert 209 
Fried, June 219 
Friend, Linda 209 
Freuh, Lauri 234 
Frye, Roger 159, 199 
Fuchs, Charlotte 199 
Fullen, Brenda 125, 219 
Fuller, Kathleen 234 
Fury, James 199 



Gainer, Melba 72, 219 
Gaines, Robert 205 
Gaither, Joseph 154, 234 
Galas, Stephen 234 
Gallant, Jean 199 
Gallo, William 235 
Galton, Linda 219 
Gammarino, Stephen 133, 209 
Gammons, Robert 209 
Gardner, Ann 79, 235 



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Gardner. Mary 235 

Garrison, Deborah 199 

Garrison, Lilburn 199 

Garten, Linda 205 

Gatehouse, Robert 209 

Gates, Deborah 209 

Gdovic, Andrew 136, 199 

Gearhart, William 209 

Gemmil, Mary 199 

Gerber, Gayle 205 

Gerbitz, Rita 235 

Germann, Peter 199 

Gerwig, Susan 219 

Gibson, Richard 235 

Gilbert, Randolph 133, 235, 171 

Giles, Barbara 33, 121, 235 

Giles, John 144, 199 

Gilham, Leslie 209 

Gill, John 199 

Gillenwater, Virginia 

Gillis, Allen 219 

Gintert, Edward 205 

Giordanengo, William 

Gistedt, Kenneth 199 

Gleeson, William 219 

Glenn, Barbara 128, 235 

Glumac, George 133, 219 

Gobeille, Arthur 133, 209 

Gochenour, Mary 235 

Godwin, Charles 219 

Godwin, David 199 

Goff, Craig 235 

Goff, David 209 

Goodman, Daryl 159 

Graham. Robert 144 

Grant, Sue 209 

Graumann, Barbara 199 

Gray, David 235 

Gray, Robert M. 235 

Gray, Robert W. 199 

Gray, Willard 236 

Green, Anne 33, 117, 236 

Green, Donald 72, 148, 219 

Green, Laura 236 

Green, Linda 236 

Green, Nancy 236 

Green, Thomas 133, 171, 236 

Green, Valerie 205 

Greer, David 209 

Gregory', Susan 199 

Greter, Lorena 209 

Grey, Vera 209 

Griffith, John 67, 79, 162, 236 



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Buckhannon. W. Va. 

472-3020 



Griffith, Pamela 236 
Grimes, Thomas 133. 219 
Grosvenor, Elizabeth 219 
Groves, Patricia 209 
Groves, Gerald 180, 219 
Groves, Jayne 125, 199 
Grubb, David 199 
Grubb, Mary Ester 33, 110, 209 
Guills, Nancy 209 
Guinther, Dorothea 219 
Gulnac, Jon 219 
Gundy, Janis 236 

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Haas, Ellen 199 

Hackett. Joan 128, 219 

Haddad, Geoffrey 199 

Hadley, Candace 219 

Hagen, Pamela 121, 209 

Hain, Judith 117, 219 

Haines, John 199 

Haley, MeiTy 205 

Hall, Gretchen 236 

Hall, Linda 36, 37, 125, 209 

Hall, Sherry 236 

Halsey, Nancy 239 

Halterman, James 205 

Halterman, William 236 

Halvorson, Diane 219 

Hamblen, Jeffrey 148, 209 

Hamilton, Thomas 209 
Hamilton, William 144 
Hammond, James 199 
Hammond, Kathryn 33, 209 
Hamner, Connie 199 
Hancock, James 162, 199 
Hannan, John 236 
Harman, Edgar 199 
Harman, Marc 133, 199 
Harman. Ro> 188, 237 
Harmon, Janet 199 
Harper, Carol 205 
Harpold, William 219 
Harrigan, Jon 136, 237 
Harrington, Rita 237 
Harris, Barbara 25, 67, 209 
Harris, Gwynn 209 
Harris, Jean 237 
Harris, Peter 199 
Harris, Thomas 141, 219 
Harrison, Keith 219 
Harsha, James 133, 171, 237 



Hart, Nancy 77, 125, 199 
Harter, Ann 67, 199 
Hartley, Thomas 219 
Hartwell, Janet 128, 219 
Hartwell, Francis 237 
Harvey, Sarah 121, 210 
Hasbrouck. Thomas 141, 210 
Hasson, Cheryl 205 
Hast, Ruth 72, 125, 144, 219 
Hastings, Janice 210 
Hause, Elaine 199 
Hawkins, Kathleen 210 
Hawley, Alice 237 



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121, 199 

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Hazel, Donald 148, 237 
Hazlett, James 237 
Healy. Michael 136, 162 
Hearn, Patricia 199 
Hearthway, Ann 219 
Hebb, Harold 133, 154, 210 
Heckert, Barbara 58, 237 
Hedges, Jonathan 210 
Heil, Bonnie 210 
Heilman, Susan 199 
Heim, Robert 148, 210 
Hein. Lee 148, 219 
Hein, Robert 148. 162, 237 
Heisler, Terrie 215 
Helm, Charles 199 
Helms, Barbara 33, 40, 121, 237 
Helms, William 151, 200 
Hempe.l, Susan 200 
Hendrian, Thomas 205 
Henry, Pamela 210 
Hepting, David 58, 77, 85, 141 
Herman. David 210 
Hernandez, Linda 210 
Herr. Thomas 200 

Herring, Preston 70, 73, 79, 111, 148, 238 
Herron. Pamela 200 
Hersman, Gary 200 
Hileman, Andrew 154. 210 
Hill. Carol 200 
Hill, Nancy 210 
Hill. Rosalie 210 
Hiner. Diane 215 
Hinerman, Shelli 121, 210 
Hinklcv, Paul 162. 200 
Hixsnn, Brian 133. 219 
Hoch, Daniel 219 
Hodgmen, Mary Jo 121, 210 



Hollein, Ronald 180, 219 

Hoffman, Dennis 238 

Hoffman, Susan A. 219 

Hoffman. Susan R. 210 

Hogg, Janis 117, 219 

Hoggatt, Kay 210 

Hogsett. Rita 200 

Hoisington. Hugh 219 

Holbrook, Linda 121, 210 

Holcombe, Donna 200 

Hollopeter, Patricia 219 

Holmes. Barbara 205 

Holmes, Dale 148, 210 

Holmes, Jeffrey 141, 200, 154 

Holmes, William 210 

Holoski, Joseph 238 

Holoski, Prudence 80. 238 

Honse. Sue 128, 219 

Hoover, Kenneth 210 

Hoover, Richard 219 

Hopkins, Holly 210 

Hopson. David 200 

Horst, Donald 200 

Hosmer, Patricia 205 

Hosteller, Carol 200 

Hostetter. Linda 238 

Hotalen, Edward 162, 200 

Hottenstein. Eric 210 

Houck. Tyler 238 

Hovis. Priscilla 210 

Howard, Peggy 210 

Howarth, Mary 77, 121, 219 

Howe, Judith 128, 238 

Howe, Merrill 210 

Howes. Ruthann 238 

Howes, Stanley 205 

Hoylman, Vera 80, 121, 238 

Hubbard, Diane 200 

Huber, Judith 210 

Hudnall, Vicki 210 

Hudson. Christopher 144, 154, 210 

Hughes. Barbara 200 

Hughes, David 148 

Hughes, David N. 200 

Hughes. Melvyn 220 

Hull, Linda 128, 200 

Hultine, Thomas 210 

Hummel. Dorothy 238 

Humphrey. Brian 141. 220 

Humphrey Paul 200 

Humphreys, Priscilla 220 

Hunt. Deborah 210 

Hunter. Ronald 200 



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Huselton, Linda 220 
Hutson, Ronald 220 
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Inzetta, Lois 110, 125, 238 
Irvin, David 180, 200 
Irwin, Elaine 117 
Issacs, Michael 205 

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Jackel, Bruce 220 
Jackman, Janice 125, 220 
Jackson, Susan 128, 210 
James, Kaylene 128, 239 
Jarboe, Lester 144, 154 
Jarvis, Janet 220 
Jasper, Wolfgang 205 
Jastrzemski, Paul 136 
Jeffreys, Dave 239 
Jenkins, Georgia 239 
Jenkins, Margaret 205 
Jobe, Barbara 125, 220 
Johns, Robert 215 
Johnson, Bonnie 200 
Johnson, Linda 205 
Johnson, Linda K. 220 
Johnson, Ruth 210 
Johnson, Sandra 200 
Johnston, Connie 11, 121, 220 
Johnston. Kathryn 239 
Johnston, Mary 210 
Jones, Carolyn 200 
Jones, Charles 162, 210 
Jones, Edwin 210 
Jones, Patricia 205 
Jones, Terrell 144, 211 
Jones, William 154, 211 
Jordan, David 68, 144, 239 
Joy, Mark 205 
Jubin, Pamela 200 



Kacinec, Joseph 205 
Kanagaraj, Alfred 220 
Kane, Daniel 77. 166 220 
Kane, William 148, 211 
Kasrel, Mark 239 
Kaufman, Richard 200 



Kaufman, Wendy 211 
Kay, Milton 11, 239 
Kayser, Robert 141, 211 
Kayser, Virginia Munch 211 
Kearns, William 200 
Keefe, Dennis 220 
Keen. Dennis 211 
Keenan, Daniel 136, 200 
Keester, Elizabeth 239 
Kehoe, David 239 
Kelley, Kathryn 125 
Kellogg, James 136 
Kelly, Brenda 200 
Kelly, Patricia 239 
Kelly, Richard 200 
Kelly, Robert 205 
Kenny, Barbara 200 
Keplinger, Ellis 200 
Kerns, Terry 141, 239 
Kerns, Yvonne 128, 220 
Kerr, Thomas 220 
Kesecker, Betty Jo 200 
Kiehl, Judith 211 
Kiffin, Kara 220 
Kilgour, William 200 
King, Catherine 200 
Kinsolving. Delia 211 
Kirby, Charles 144, 200 
Kirby, David 239 
Kirkland, Pamela 201 
Kiser, Robert 220 
Kittell, Richard 141, 220 
Kiverchuk, Linda 205 
Klein, David 201 
Klick, Carol 240 
Klintworth, Frederick 220 
Knabenshue, John 211 
Knapp, Alma 220 
Knappenberger, Gloria 121, 211 
Knight, Nancy 220 
Knowlson, Thomas 224 
Koch, Lawrence 148, 211 
Koczyk, Carol 220 
Koebley, Kevin 136, 201 
Kohl. David 133, 220 
Kopp, Robert 11, 133 
Kortlandt, Karl 220 
Koury, Kevin 201 
Krakowski, Linda 117, 201 
Kramer, David 220 
Kramer, Doyle 211 
Krider, Claudia 240 
Krukiel, Susan 121, 201 
Kuchvnka, Anna 205 



Kuhn, Beverly 240 

Kuhn, Delinda 220 

Kurbel, Robert 144, 220 

Kurtz, Roberta 117, 211 



Lacaria, John 211 
Lacey, William 148, 220 
LaCorte, Patricia 125, 220 
Ladd, Cynthia 125, 220 
Lafferty, Joseph 136, 201, 166 
Lafferty, Joyce 220 
Lake, Hubert 144, 220 
Lalich, David 136, 201 
Lambert. William 240 
Lamson, Kathleen 211 
Laney, Charles 240 
Laney, Ellen 220 
Lang, Craig 85, 240 
Langerfeld. Jean 121, 201 
Lapp, Arthur 148, 220 
Lardin, Robert 220 
Lau, Dorothy 240 
Lauffer, Maryann 117, 240 
Laughlin, Mark 240 
Laux, Donna 240 
Law, Susan 80, 121 
Law, Diane 215 
Lawler, Thomas 240 
Lawrence, Gordon 201 
Lay. John 188, 201 
Leach, Diane 117, 211 
Leachman, Edgar 241 
Leasure, Edward 241 
Leasure, Frederick 220 
Leathers, Violet 117, 241 
Ledonne, Linda 205 
Lee, Christina 211 
Lee. Deborah 201 
Lee, Michael 201 
Lees, Larry 154, 211 
Lehmukuhl, David 201 
Leslie, Lynne 211 
Lewis, Donna 201 
Lewis, Mary 211 
Lewis, Thomas 141, 241 
Light, James 136, 201 
Lim, Sim 171 

Lincicome, Elizabeth 125, 221 
Lindberg. Carlene 40, 121 
Lindb(?rg, Nancy 201 
Lindell. Deborah 201 
Linger, Aletta 211 



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Linsenmann, Robin 128 
Little, Sally 211 
Lizzio, Joanne 201 
Lloydd, Sherry- 75, 241 
Locke. George 141, 241 
Lockhart, Susan 221 
Logue, Janet 121 
Lones. Karen 128 
Long. Margaret 211 
Long, Marilyn 211 
Longhurst, Walter 221 
Loth, John 215 
Lovewell, David 241 
Lovitt. William 211 
Lowe, Carolyn 221 
Lowery, Carole 110, 128, 221 
Lowman, Daniel 201 
Luebke, Richard 201 
Luginbill, Michael 211 
Lukmire, Joanne 211 
Luzier, Lynn 128, 221 
Lydon, Mary 201 
Lynt, -Margaret 221 

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Macallister, Douglas 136, 221 

Macioch, Thomas 141, 211 

Mackenzie, Karen 128, 241 

Mackey, William 241 

Macklin. Marcia 211 

Macleman. Karen 205 

Macleod, Charles 211 

MacWilliam, Martha 241 

Madden. William 154, 201 

Madge, Nancy 201 

Mager, Christy 125, 211 

Magierski, Barbara 117, 211 

Mahan, James 201 

Mailloux, Anne 201 

Malcolm. Louella 205 

Maley, William 211 

Mandody. Julian 201 

Mann, William 221 

Manni, Marsha 211 

Marcy. George 68, 85, 133, 162, 221 

Mariner. Lynn 201 

Markovich, Sharon 241 

Marloff. Robert 215 

Mamer, Douglas 201 

Marple, Cebe 201 

Marsden. Phyllis 75, 117, 221 

Marshall. Virginia 128. 241 

Marsteller, Karen 128 

Martin. Debra 205 



Martin, Joseph 136. 221 
Martin. Linda 215 
-Martin, Marcia 201 
Martin, Pamela 201 
Martino, Thomas 201 
Marvel, Suzanne 201 
Mason, Sue 241 
Matheny, Jack 211 
Mathews, Dcnald 133. 201 
Mauller, Ralph 242 
Maxivell, Deborah 201 
Maxwell, Richard 205 
McAllister. Donald 221 
McCabe, Linda 224 
McClelland, Grace 201 
McClure, Robert 111, 148, 221 
McClure, Samuel 148, 242 
McClure, Stewart 201 
McCorkle, Sara 128, 211 
McCormick, Patricia 242 
McCoy, Ann 73, 201 
McCracken, William 202 
McCue, Helen 221 
McCune, Sarah 221 
Mi Curdy, Collins 202 
McCuskey, John 80 
McCutcheon, Deloris 211 
McCutchei n. James 111, 141, 221 
McCutcheon. Randee 121, 202 
McDaniel, Rodney 148, 242 
McDowell, Kathleen 242 
M, Crath, Edward 148, 211 
McHugh, Jane 117, 221 
Mclntire, Carolyn 242 
McJunkin, Hugh 141, 211 
McKeever, Linda 128, 221 
McKenna, Susan 212 



Mi Kinnon, Barbara 221 
McKinnon, Man 212 
McKnight, Richard 221 
Mi Lean, Robert 221 
McLendon. Gregory 148, 221 
Mi Mahon, David 202 
McMUlen, Dennis 221 
Mc.Millon. Ralph 195 
McMullen, Drnisc 205 
McNeill, David 144. 242 
McRoberts. Samuel 221 
McWilliams, Samuel 221 
Meek, James 221 
Mehringer, Linda 242 
Melnyk. Malanie 202 
M, ndelson, Mark 136. 166 
Menzies, Marcia 242 
Merante. William 141, 242 
Mereer, Richard 202 
Mercogliano, Donna 125 
Mercogliano, Ruth 110, 125, 212 
Methenv, Susan 212 



hael. Douglas 242 
ck. Billie 221 
lanovich. John 224 
Iburn, John 148. 221 
lholland. Clay 242 
liotis, Rosemary 212 
liar, Francis 133 
Her. Barbara 121 
Her, Cheryl 33.110.121,243 
Her. Christine 202 
Her. Donna 202 
Her. Judith 212 
II. r. L.xette 70. 121, 212 
Her. Michael 202 



UPSHUR MOTORS. INC. 

32 N. Locust 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

472-1767 

"Sales and Service" 



Willard H. Campbell 
President 



A. R. Longstreth 
Sec.-Treas. 




G. C. MURPHY CO. 

1 1 E. Main 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

472-3942 

"Everything you need in 
one big store!" 



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HOME 
HARDWARE 



25 E. Main 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

472-5600 



"Ready to meet your 
every home need. 



CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 

32 E. Main 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

472-4600 

"Modern facilities for all your 
banking needs" 



Millett. Stella 73. 128, 202 
Mills, Elizabeth 212 
Mills, Lewis 243 
Minderlein, Phillip 141, 243 
Mitchell, Elise 221, 243 
Moeller, Kim 215 
Moeller, Nancy 243 
Moeller, Robert 243 
Mondile, Joseph 141, 212 
Monroe, Douglas 215 
Monroe, Marilyn 221 
Moody, Sheri 221 
Moore, Barbara 212 
Moore, James 136, 243 
Moore, John 224 
Moore, Thomas 141, 212, 162 
Moran, Linda 202 
Moran. Susan 243 
Morock. Joseph 144, 243 
Morrill, Barry 212 
Morrill. Lynne 202 
Morris, Wayne 243 
Morrison, Betty 125, 221 
Morrison, Shari 212 
Morrissey, Richard 202 
Morrow, David 221 
Morton, David 136. 243 
Moyer, Albert 221 
Mueller, Kathleen 243 
Muhleman, Keith 243 
Muller, Marilou 205 
Mullett, John 212 
Mullins, Janet 202 
Mumford, Betty 212 
Munn. Edward 73. 148. 211 



Murray, Gail 244 
Murray, Ross 202 
Norton, Jeanne 2202 
Murray. Vonnie 121, 221 
Myers. Cynthia 221 
Myers, David Carl 141, 221 
Myers. David Charles 136, 221 
Myers, Lynn 224 
Myers, Pamela 121. 202 

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Naudts, Meredith 121, 148, 221 
Naylor, Vicki 221 
Neely, Daniel 202 
Neff, John 205 
Neff, Nancy 205 
Neil, Joseph 244 
Nelson, Deborah 244 
Nelson. Susan 205 
Newman, Suzanne 222 
Niccolai, Robert 136 
Nicholas, Marian 117, 117, 202 
Nick, Cheryl 70, 121. 212 
Niklason. Mark 205 
Nittoli, Barbara 121. 212 
Norton, Beverly 212 
Norton. Carole 244 
Norton, Jeanne 202 
Nott, Deborah 75. 212 
Noyes. Dorothy 212 



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ni-n. rmzanne 



202 



O'Dell, Linda 244 

Oertal, Barbara 205 

Ogden, Richard 212 

Ogdin. Michael 224 

O'Hara, Genevieve 212 

Okonak, James 69, 111, 212, 133 

Oliver, Nancy 212 

Olmsted, Harry 222 

Olsen, Harold 148, 244 

Olumba, Godson 244 

O'Neal, Gary 41, 141, 244 

O'Neill 117, 212 

Orndorff. Charlotte 202 

O'Roark, Margaret 222 

Orsini. Carolyn 117. 212 

Osborn, Arthur 244 

Otis, Dana 144 

Owen, Jack 80, 148, 244 

Owen, Sandra Bauer 244 

Owen, Joseph 154 

— P— 

Packer, Sallie 202 

Pais, Anthony 222 

Palmer, Mark 72. Ill, 141, 159, 244 

Palmer, Mary 212 

Palmer, Terry 222 

Papp, Susan 202 

Parenti, Richard 144. 202 

Parker, Betsy 128, 245 

Parker, Wendy 212 

Parnell, John 133, 245 

Parsons, Linda 117, 222 

Parton, Elsie 36, 77, 84, 245 

Pascoe, Lee 154 

Pater-., n. Cail 212 

Paterson, Caren 202 

Patterson, Richard 202 

Pattison, James 205 

Pawlik, Jeffrey 141, 222 

Paxton, Judy 202 

Payne, Elsie 205 

Payne, Jeffrey 202 

Pearce. Lee 144. 154. 245 

Peeler. Judy 202 

Penrose, Kathy 202 

Pentz, Robert 136, 166, 245 

Perazzone. Darlenc 117, 245 

Perazzone, Pamela 205 

Perdue, James 224 

Perkins, Gregory 212 

Perkins, Suzanne 222 

Perna. Louis 212 

Peterson. Janet 202 



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Peterson, Richard 151 
Petrovich, Wayne 205 
Peltit, Roy 166 
Pflaum, Robert 148, 245 
Phillips, Calvin 154 
Phillips, Linda 121, 222 
Phillips, Mark 222 
Philson, Rebecca 222 
Phipps, Arnold 144, 245 
Phipps, Glenna 245 
Picker, Ronald 215 
Pickett, Emily 222 
Piercy, Juanita 212 
Pill, Richard 33, 75, 202 
Pillsbury, Patricia 205 
Pindar, Schuyler 144, 222 
Pinson, Margaret 202 
Piper, Robert 136, 202 
Pitcher, David 162 
Plank, Lois 212 
Plummer, Beverly 212 
Polcsak, Georgette 245 
Poling, Linda 205 
Popp, Daniel 146, 222 
Porcheron, Patricia 245 
Porter, Anne 202 
Porter, John 133 
Porter, Kathryn 212 
Porter, Vicki 205 
Posey, Tommy 215 
Powell, Thomas 202 
Powers, Judith 212 
Pratt, Donna 202 
Pratt, Robert 215 
Pratt, Stephen 202 
Pratt, William 222 
Precopia, George 215 
Price, Sharon 202 
Prince, Diana 222 
Pritchett, Martha 202 
Profit!, Ray 144 
Ptaszkiewicz, John 154, 202 
Pugh, Charles 215 
Putnam, Judith 245 

-Q- 

Quade, James 141, 180, 212 
Quay, Hilleary 202 
Quinn, Richard 205 

— R— 

Rainey, Paula 203 



Randall. Stephen 136, 212 

Ranken. Gail 203 

Rankin. Elizabeth 213 

Raphalion. Linda 26 

Rapking, Christine 125, 216 

Rath, Wayne 111. 203 

Rau, Robert 141, 162, 222 

Raupp, William 213 

Raybuck, Kenneth 203 

Rebillard, L\nn 216 

Rebovich, Daniel 148,222 

Redner, Chere 213 

Reed. James 213 

Reed, Jane 37,40,41,121,222 

Reed, Larry 222 

Reed, Stanton 133, 222 

Reed, Terry 213 

Reemsnyder, David 216 

Reemsnyder, Kathryn 67, 125, 213 

Reese, Charlotte 246 

Reese, William 136, 246 

Reeves, James 246 

Reeves, Patricia Clinc 121, 217 

Reger. Frances Harris 219 

Reger, John 246 

Reid. Cathy 246 

Remington. Karen 117, 246 

Remsen, James 136, 246 

Renaud, Joseph 205 

Rendin, Phillip 133, 203 

Reneau, Carolyn 246 

Reneau. Susan 213 

Resch, Joseph 215 

Reseter. Larry 144. 154. 213 

Resler, Betty 75. 117, 247 

Rexroad, John 133. 247 



Rexroad. Randall 203 
Reynolds. Marsha 215 
Rhodes, Barbara 222 
Rhodes. Larry 144, 154. 247 
Richardson, Dorothy 221 
Richey, Martha 213 
Richmond, Judith L. 215 
Richmond. Judith M. 85. 117, 213 
Richtee, Terence 144, 203 
Rickey, Jon 136, 247 
Riggs. Richard 133, 213 
Ringlel), Barbara 213 
Rinick, Pamela 203 
Ripley, Katherine 117, 213 
Risher, Harry 222 
Resinger, Anne 125. 222 
Ritner, Gary 111, 141, 213 
Rivenburg, Lydia 222 
Robbins, Donald 72, 203 
Roberge, Janice 125, 213 
Roberts, Beth 203 
Roberts, Martha 247 
Roberts, Peter 162. 247 
Roberts, Wesley 203 
Robie, Janie 20.3 
Robinson. Carl 70, 111, 136. 222 
Robinson, Martha 125, 247 
Robinson Thomas 222 
Robinson. Ruth 213 
Robson, Barbara 213 
Roche, Linda 128, 213 
Roesch. Mania 117 
Rogers, Jimmy 222 
Rogerson, Beth 67, 213 
Rohde, Pamalee 222 
Ross, Margaret 222 
Roth, Robert 213 
Rowley, Duncan 205 
Roy, Clinton 247 



Compliments of 

Dr. R. D. George, Optometrist 

Dr. Bernard Knotts, Optometrist 

William T. O'Brien, Attorney-at-Law 

Kelcel M. Ross. Attorney-at-Law 



FILOMENA'S 

"Buckhannon's Finest Italian Food' 

130 S. Florida 

472-3663 




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SHAFFEFLS APPLIANCE, INC. 


CENTENNIAL MOTEL 




22 N. Locust 


• Color Television 


Buckhannon, W. Va. 


• Appliances 


472-4100 


* Repair Service 


43 Modern Units 


23 E. Main 


Electric Heat • Free TV • Air Conditioning 


Buckhannon. W. Va. 


S. QUAY KOON— Owner 


472-1910 




Admiral Zenith 



Rumbelow, Jennifer 203 
Rumsey, Caroline 213 
Runion, Augusta 28, 213 
Ruppel, Karen 117. 213 
Ruskay, Judith 205 
Russell, Oren 154 
Ruthven, Wendy 247 
Ryan, Thomas 141, 213 
Ryder, Rena 128, 247 

— S— 

Sabo, Christopher 136, 230 
Sadler, John 166 
Sadlon. Errol 247 
Saliha. Barbara 203 
Salsbery. Donald 136 
Salvati, Armand 133, 247 
Savage, Patricia 247 
Savicki, Clara 222 
Saville, Edgar 222 
Sawyer, Steven 203 
Saxton, Carolyn 125, 213 
Say, Ronald 213 
Sayers, Carol 203 
Schaefer, Dennis 248 
Schafer, Kimberly 222 
Scherr, Marilyn 248 
Schnmnk. Linda 205 
Schnabel. Deborah 203 
Schruise, Sandra 248 
Schfumpf, Roger 171, 203 
Schultz, Edward 133, 222, 171 
Schultz, James 133. 203, 171 
Schumann, Susan 203 
Schwenebraten, Ge<irge 148. 248 
Schweir, Phillip 148, 213 
Scott, Linda 203 
Scott, Nedra 117, 222 
Scragg. Linda 248 
Seaman, Charles 148, 213 
Seaman. Merrill 128, 222 
Seeker, Madeline 224 
Seidel, Robert 144, 222 
Selchan, Alan 144, 154, 215 
Selvig, Susan 203 
Semenaro, Barth 248 
Sexton, Roy 215 
Shaffer, Leah 248 
Shand, Kathleen 205 
Shane. Nancy 213 
Sharpe, Susan 85, 203 
Sharpless. Mark 213 
Shaw, John 162. 203 
Shaw, Susan 248 
Shearer, Lois 203 



Shelton, Karen 121 

Shepardson, Julie 222 

Shepherd, Margaret 248 

Shepler, Stephen 248 

Sheppo, Helyn 203 

Sherburne. Barbara 42, 76, 213 

Sherburne, Evelyn 121, 203 

Sherburne. Robert 222 

Sheridan, Richard 205 

Sherman, Lee 148, 248 

Sherwood, Rebecca 203 

Shelter, Carolann 222 

Shilling. Gordon 154 

Shimp, Steven 133, 213 

Shippey, Gail 222 

Shissler, William 148, 248 

Shkuda, Phillip 249 

Sholl, John 205 

Shomo, Frank 213 

Shomo, Judith 213 

Shuler, Odessa 121, 249 

Sibold, Patricia 213 

Sillaman, Carolyn 121, 249 

Simile, Linda 70, 110, 121, 249 

Simmons, Judith 121, 213 

Simmons, Martha 203 

Simonton, Nancy 205 

Simpson, Carol 203 

Simpson. Ellen 213 

Simpson, Judith 203 

Simpson. Robert 205 

Sinclair, Scott 203 

Sink, Cheryl 203 

Slade. Kathleen 213 

Slaughter, Steven 33, 67, 75, 144, 249 

Slusser. Linda 203 

Smith, Bonita 223 

Smith, Cynthia 213 

Smith, Donald 223 

Smith, Helen 205 

Smith, James 213 

Smith, Karen 33. 125, 148, 223 

Smith. Kathryn 203 

Smith, Kristine 125, 203 

Smith, Mark 133, 223 

Smith, Mary 203 

Smith. Patricia 203 

Smith, Rosemary 224 

Smith, Sandra 249 

Smith, Susan 128, 223 

Smith, Thomas 249 

Smythe. Daniel 249 

Snider. Margo 69, 125, 223 

Snow, Diane 249 

Snyder, Cynthia 203 



Solomon, Kenneth 203 

Solomon, Renee 204 

Somerville, Nancy 125, 213 

Sommerville, Robert 223 

Soper, Susan 223 

Spanabel, Mary 204 

Spangler, Carl 213 

Spears, Beth 125, 223 

Spencer, Brenda 204 

Spencer, Jennings 213 

Spencer, Linda 204 

Sperry, Wade 249 

Spiridigliozzi, Ben 205 

Spohn, Marsha 223 

Spring, Nancy 204 

Sprinkle, Janet 121, 223 

Stamas, George 136, 162, 223 

Stanier, Sandra 249 

Stanley, David 223 

Stanton, Michael 249 

Starbuck, James 204 

Starkey, Barbara 250 

Starkey, Charles 250, 154 

St. Clair, Kathleen 224 

Steadman, Margaret 204 

Stearns, Ronald 215 

Steele, William 33, 67, 75, 81, 250 

Steelman, Harold 141, 250 

Stein, Daniel 250 

Steinberger, Gil 176 

Stemple, Jeffrey 223 

Stephens, Richard 204 

Stephenson, James 204 

Sterritt, Ronald 136, 204 

Stevens, Jennie 223 

Stevenson, David 136, 250 

Stevenson, Ralph 214 

Stewart, Linda 204 

Stewart, Susan 117, 214 

Steyer, Thomas 250 

Stickler, Robert 204 

Stinnette, Rhonda 214 

Stirner, Marsha 223 

Stoddard, Judith 250 

Stoneking, Janet 205 

Stout, Mary 204 

Straight, Stephen 154, 204 

Straley, Diana 250 

Stranges, John 141, 223 

Straub, Ann 223 

Strickland, Leroy 205 

Stubbs, Deborah 20 

Stuckeman, Linda 204 

Stullenberger, Cathy 223 

Sullivan, Peter 204 



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Sullivan, Robert B. 204 
Sullivan, Robert W. 144, 223 
Summers, Gary 204 
Sumner, Jeffrey 250 
Sutphin, Patrick 204 
Sutton, Judith 250 
Sutton, Richard 223 
Swanson, Barbara 204 
Swanson, Gladys 223 
Swartz, Timothy 214 
Sweeney, Sharon 205 
Sweezy. Susan 110. 128, 250 
Swiger, Deborah 204 
Switzer, Jennifer 205 
Swope, Carole 69, 72, 117, 223 
Swope, Rebecca 250 



Tadlock, William 251 

Talbott, Altha 136, 154 

Tanner, Barbara 128, 214 

Tanner, Dorothy 251 

Tanner, Grace 204 

Tarn. Thomas 85, 111, 133, 223 

Tavalaro, Carl 144 

Taylor, Alfred 204 

Taylor, Gregg 136, 214 

Taylor, Linda 223 

Taylor, Martha 77, 223 

Taylor, Nancy A. 121, 223 

Taylor, Nancy E. 223 

Telle, Lindalu 69, 125 204 

Tench, William 204 

Tener, Michael 204 

Tenney, Linda 223 

Terry, Stephen 141, 251 

Thomas. Carol 117, 214 

Thomas, Diane 40, 81, 110, 117, 251 

Thomas, Elizabeth 205 

Thomas, Phillip 223 

Thomas, Richard 204 

Thomas, Teresa 214 

Thompson, Barbara 223 

Thompson, Bina 214 

Thompson, Frederick 205 

Thompson, John 133, 214 

Thompson. Mary 251 

Thompson, Stephen 136 

Thompson, Steven 205 

Thorn, Nancy 214 

Thorn, Vicki 125, 251 

Thome, Margaret 128, 223 

Thorpe, Albert 214 

Thurman, William 171, 214 

Tierney, Leslie 223 

Timbrook, Frederick 113, 154 

Titchenal, Robert 223 

Tolles, Terry 214 

Toney, Leslie 205 

Tonkin, John 205 

Tcnkinson, Barbara 125, 251 

Tooze, Phillip 148, 214 

Torres, Donald 205 

Tourtelotte, Earle 16. 214 

Tourtelotte, John 148. 251 

Tragus, Beverly 128, 214 

Trainer, Dorothy 215 

Trainer, Charlene 251 

Travilla, Gregg 141, 204 

Triplet!, Lila 204 

Trumbo, Josephine 251 

Trusler, Roger 215 

Tucker, Cynthia 251 

Tucker, Karen 223 



Tufts, Robert 251 
Turkington, Cynthia 204 
Turner, Franklin 205 
Turner, Wayne 224 
Tweedy, Alan 214 
Tygard, Suzanne 204 
Tyree, Charles 214 



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Umstot, Christine 
Upole, Susan 205 
Usher, Donna 204 



252 



VanDeCar, William 141, 223 
Vanderbeek, Margaret 204 
Vanderheyden, Peter 205 
Van DerWende, Lee 252 
VanHouten, Richard 223 
Vaughn, Arthur 223 
Vaughn, Kathleen 215 
Vigilanti, Carol 117, 214 
VomEigen, Carl 214 

— w— 

Waecker, Mark 204 

Wager, Roy 223 

Wagner, Terry 223, 133 

Waldron, Robert 144, 223 

Wales, Donald 148, 233 

Walker, Thomas 204 

Wallace, Barbara 117, 214 

Wallace, Peter 252 

Wamsley, David 214 

Wamsley, Donna 205 

Wamsley, Larry 252 

Ward, Kathryn 67, 252 

Warehime, Linda 252 

Warman, Robert 252 

Warner, Claudia 125, 214 

Waroblak, Timothy 144, 162, 171, 223 

Warr, Katherine 214 

Wass, Patricia 252 

Watkins, Linda 69, 125, 224 

Watlington, Frances 204 

Watson, Judith 204 

Watson. Robert 204 

Waugaman, John 224 

Waugh, Priscilla 215 

Weaver, Paul 205 

Webb, Barbara 252 

Webb. Kenneth 159, 204 

Weber, Dianne 204 

Weber, Erma 252 

Weber, Paul 205 

Weeks, Michael 148, 224 

Wege, Christine 214 

Weidlich, Judy 224 

Weisert, Robert 224 

Weiss, Pamela 214 

Weller, Gary 148, 171, 224 

Wells, Christina 121, 214 

Wertz. Mj rc ia 69. 125, 205 

Wertz, Sandra 214 

Weyandt, Lynn 224 

Weyant, King 224 

Wheelock, Arthur 144, 205, 154 

Whiffen, Charles 224 

Whitaker, Gretchen 205 

White, Joanne 252 

White. John 214 

White, Joseph 205 



White, Karen 117, 214 

White, Rebecca 205 

White, Richard 205 

White, Ronald 171, 252 

Whitlatch, Ronald 205 

Whitman. Marcia 205 

Wickland, John 214 

Wilbur, Joan 252 

Wilcher, Lois 252 

Wilde, William 141, 214 

Wilfong, Dorothy 224 

Wilhelm, Robert 214 

Wilkerson, Robert 205 

Williams, Frank 253 

Williams, Frederick 214 

Williams, Helen 224 

Williams, John 148 
Williams, Nancy 121, 253 

Williams, Pamela 205 

Williams, Paul 224 
Williams, Wina 214 
Willis, Cindy 205 
Wilson. Carolyn 224 

Wilson, Coralou 215 
Wilson. Frank 144. 224 
Wilson, George 215 
Wilson, James 58, 224 
Wilson, Linda Lack 220 
Wilson, Lisabeth 205 
Wilson, Marilyn 215 
Wilson, Monica 110, 128, 224 
Wilson, Nancy 121, 215 
Wilson, Robert 224 
Wilson, Rose 70. 75, 81, 125, 252 
Wilson, Susan 224 
Wiltbank. Tony 205 
Wimer, Curtis 215 
Wimmersbuerger, Keith 224 
Winders, Warren 253 
Winfree, Jeanette 224 
Wise, Deborah 205 
Wiseman, Martha 125 
Wisman, Carol 117, 253 
Witherite, Carole 215 
Witzemann, William 224 
Woessner, Maria 224 
Wolf, Sharon 252 
Wolf. Alice 205 
Wolverton. Richard 141, 224 
Wood. Ann 224 
Wood, William 154 
Woodard, Prudence 252 
Woodford, Carol 215 
Woodward, Sue 215 
Wyckoff, Linda 205 
Wyman, Siri 205 

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Yackley. Thomas 205 
Young. Beverly 215 
Young, David 205 
Young, Edward 144, 215 
Young, Glenn 224 
Young. Harriet 224 
Young, Richard 205 
Young, Walter 224 
Yule, Debora 33. 75, 121, 224 



Zalar, Barbara 215 
Znavor. John 205 
Zulick, Daniel 215. 141 



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All growth depends 
upon activity. There is 
no development 
physically or 
intellectually without 
effort, and effort means 
work. Work is not a 
curse; it is the 
prerogative of 
intelligence, the only 
means to manhood, and 
the measure of 
civilization. 
Calvin Coolidge 




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