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1968 
Qiiittapahilla. 




Lebanon Valley College 
Annville. Pennsylvania 










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As a part of the centennial observance, another milestone was 
reached in the history and progress of~ the college when the Lebanon 
Valley College Chapel was dedicated on October 30, 1966. Although 
the college has continually throughout its century of service en- 
deavored to meet the spiritual needs of the college community, the 
dream of a college chapel has now become a reality. 

The chapel, a bi-level structure which is located in the center of 
campus, is a living testunony to the Christian commitment about 
which the entire college community revolves. The Contemporary 
Gothic edifice has a sanctuary following the European tradition; and 
lecture halls, conference rooms, and offices on the lower level. A 
spire topped with a cross which towers above the surrounding 
communitv is indicative of man's higher spiritual and academic 
aspirations. 







administration 

blueprint for the student 
students 

building of tomorrow 


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activities 

building materials 


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sports 

building of the student 


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The 1968 Quittapahilla is dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. 
D. Clark Carmean in gratitude of their unceasing service. 
Although much could be said of their many activities two 
are most outstanding. Mr. Carmean as Director of Ad- 
missions has inspired many students to Lebanon Valley 
College through the warm welcome and friendly hospi- 
tality he extends to everyone who visits our campus. Mrs. 
Carmean has been responsible for much of the prepara- 
tions of our centennial observance, especially for writing 
the centennial plav "Sauerkraut and Boston Beans." 

The 1968 Quittapahilla wishes Mr. and Mrs. Carmean 
continued success and happiness as they travel along 
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We bring a foundation to 
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President of the College 

Frederic K. Miller 




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Dean of the College 

Carl Y. Ehrhart 





Assistant to the President 

Earl R. Mezoff 



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Dean 

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Martha 

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Dean 

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George 
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Marquette 



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D. Clark Carmean. 
Director of Admissions 



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James O. Bemesderfer 
Chaplain of the College 







Donald E. Fields, 
Librarian 




Richard V. Showers 
Director of PubUc Relations 



W. Anne Helliar, Registrar 





Paul A. Wallace. Historian 




Robert C. Riley 
Controller 




Mrs. Margaret Millard 
Dietitian 



David M. Long 

Director of Alumni Relations and Industrial Placement 



Mrs. Lillie Struble, Manager of Book Store 



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Mrs. William Tredick. College Nurse 




Mrs. Edna Carmean 

Executive Secretary of the Centennial 



Mrs. Ann Monteith 
Assistant in Public Relations 



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Mrs. Mary Alexander, Hostess 



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Mrs. Annemarie Parker, Head Resident 




Mrs. Ethel Hanigan 
Head Resident 




Mrs. Elizabeth Garthly, Art 




Francis Wilson, Biology 




O. Pass Bollinger, Biology 




Mrs. Sylvia Malm, Biology 





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Paul W. Hess, Biology 



Paul L. Wolf Biology 





Howard A. Neidig, Chemistry 




John F. Haugh, Chemistry 




Richard C. Bell, Chemistry 



Karl L. Lockwood 
Chemistry 






G. Thomas Gates 

Economics and Business Administration 



Robert E. Griswold 
Chemistry 





C. F. Joseph Tom 

Economics and Business Administration 



% D. John Grace 

Economics and Business Administration 



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Milton L. Stokes 

Economics and Business Administration 




Mrs. June E. Herr, 

Education 





Cloyd H. Ebersole 
Education 




Gilbert D. McKIveen 
Education 





Homer W. Wieder, Education 



Arthur L. Ford. English 






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Mrs. Anna D. Faber. English 




George G. Stnilile. English 



Mrs. Agnes B. O'Donnel 
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John P. Ramsay. English 



Glenn H. Woods, English 




S. Elizabeth Piel, Foreign Languages 



Mrs. Francis T. Fields, Foreign Langiiges 




Charles T. 

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Foreign 

Languages 





Mrs. Malin Saylor, Foreign Languages 





Hilda M. Damus 
Foreign Languages 



Mrs. Geilan Hansen 
Foreign Languages 





Claude Souchet 
Foreign Languages 



Eleanor Titcomb 
Foreign Languages 




Mrs. Betty H. Garman 
Health and Physical Education 




George Darlington 

Health and Physical Education 





George P. Mayhoffer 

Health and Physical Education 

J. Robert McHenry 

Health and Physical Education 




William D. McHenrv 
Health and Physical Education 



Alex J. Fehr 
History and 
Political Science -A 





Gerald Petrofes 

Health and Physical Education 



Ralph S. Shay 

History and Political Science 



Elizabeth M. Geffen 
History and Political Science 




Richard A. Joyce 

History and Political Science 




Barnard H. Bissinger 
Mathematics 



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Fay B. Burras, Mathematics 



Paul F. Henning 

Mathematics 






Robert W. Smith. Music 



Mrs. Mary B. Lewin 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Ruth E. Bender 
Music 



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William H. Fairlamb, Music 



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George D. Curfman 

Music 






Pierce A. Getz 
Music 



Mrs. Bonnie F. Keller 
Music 





Michael Jamanis 
Music 




Kenneth L. Landis 
Music 





Reynaldo Rovers 
Music 

Thomas A. Lanese 
Music 



E. Joan Reeve 
Music 



Frank E. Stachow 
Music 






James M. Thurmond 
Music 




Benjamin A. Richards 
Philosophv 



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Jacob L. Rhodes 
Phvsics 




Samuel O. Grimm 
Physics 





J. Robert O'Donnell 

Phvsics 




James F. McCrory 
Physics 



Richard D. Magee 
Psychology 





Charlotte F. Knarr 
Psychology 



Harold C. Hollingsworth 
Psychology 




L. Elbert Wethington 
Religion 



Norman B. Bucher, Jr. 
Religion 



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Winifred L. Kaebnick 

Sociology 



Perry J. Troutman 
Religion 



Evalyn M. Strickler 
Sociology 



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President— John Wiest Jr. 

Vice President— Gary Brauner 

Secretary— Doris Kimmich 

Treasurer— Brad Rentzel 

FSC Representative— Judy Donmoyer 



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Mary Jane Serfass 



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Elaine Swonger, Linda Rohrer 




Ellen Rae Kauffman. Lucy LeFevre, Luise Wubbena. Barry Knier 





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Jerry Kopenhaver, Carol Clark. Ward Smith. Duane LeBaron 




Rayanne Behney, Ellen Kreiser, Sue Martin, John Shuey, Carol Grane 




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Dave Keperling 
Harold Burkholder 
Linda Keperling 






Rita Rice, Sue Treftz, Marv Pat Smith 




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Charlene Cassel 



Ken Conrad 
Louis D'Augostine 




Brooks Trefsgar, Damon Silvers, Glen Horst, Bill Spinelli 





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Charles Doyle, Paul Keefer 




Cherie Speer. Jim Mann, Barb Beltz 





Kiyofumi Sakaguchi 



Paula Ward, Ron Trayer. Rachel Gibble, Mamie Kamara 



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Lynn Dubbs 






Walt Smith, Bob Enck, Rey Rovers, Sam Willman 



Bob Roth 
Bob Goodling 
Rick Carlson 





Daniel Maurer 




Bill Cadmus, Frank Stearn, Jim Knarr 



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Judy Donmoyer, Carol Burian, Pat Todd. Pat Dellinger. LeAnn Leiby 




Phil Cormany. Rich Campbell, Sue Green, Scott Berry 







Paul Murphy, Brad Rentzel, George Fulk, Charles 

Curley 



Mike Kamuvu 





Dave Ingalls. James McKinney. Art Dunn 




Gretchen Long 
Larrv Bachtell 




Tom Embich, Bill Lament, Bob Matsko, John 
Dougherty 




Alan Donaldson 




Tomoko Shimada, Gary Brauner. Bonnie Mills 




Jack Schwalm. Ed Updegrove, Bill Miller 



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Craig Renshaw 
Jack Kaurt'man 
Harold Ciilcs 





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Ann Leidich, Kathy Cairns, JoAnn Dill 



Dan Chambers, Bob Hawk 




Don Kitchell 
Cliff Heizmann 
Howard Lake 



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Bob Martalus, John Havens 




Bobbie Gable, Martha Tjhin, Connie Perlaki, Donna Simmers 




John Galat, Dan Furst, John Linton 




Ron Newmaster, Helaine Hopkins 




Ken Egge, Paul Tietze, Joe Foster, John Denelsbeck 



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Joanne Cochran, Marilyn Gulley 





Sue Horton, Rick Buck, John Wiest 



Bobbie Macaw, Mimi Halladay, Janet Stein, Gale 
Thompson 




Joan Carissimi, Bonnie Young, Larry Painter. Bob Evans, Carol Ochoa 




Margaret Barto, Dori Kimmich, Sandy Renninger, Donna Curry 





Judy Shober 
Carol Toth 
Jane Doll 
Pat Shaw 



Elaine Brenner 




Paul Alexy 












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Julia Looker 




Sylvia Grimm 



Rip Poston 
Jim Waring 




Carol Stowe, Kathy Krikory, Marian Dunham 




Donna Diehl, Phyllis Pickard, Lois Quickel, Ellen Jackson 



the class of 



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President— Jim Newcomer 
Vice President— Barbara Ankrum 
Secretary— Janet Gessner 
Treasurer— Robert Kaufmann 
FSC Representative— Alan Hague 









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Susan H. Abemethy 
Elementary Education 



Alice E. Alwine 
Music Education 



Barbara A. Ankrum 
Elementary Education 



Leroy H. Arnold 
Chemistry 




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Cecelia M. Baecert 
Mathematics 

Christine Banes 
Sociology 




Dennis T. Bashore 
Political Science 

Bruce L. Bean 
Physics 



Suzanne L. Bennetch 
Biology 

David A. Benson 
English 




Bromley H. Billmeyer. Jr. 
Economics 



Laurel A. Bloeser 
Medical Technology 



John R. Boffenmeyer 
Biology 



William P. Bohlandcr 
Biology 




Gerald L. Boland 
Business Administration 

Donald P. Bellman 
Psychology 




James E. Boston. Jr 
Psychology 

Diane K. Bott 
Mathematics 




Thomas B. Bowman. Jr. 
English 

Darryl W. Brixius 
Chemistry 




Dennis A. Brown 
Music Education 



Harry M. Capper 
Physics 



G. Suzanne Chase 
Elementary Education 



Lois E. Christman 
Elementary Education 



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Bruce L. Bean— Outstanding Student 



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Alan B. Clay 
Political Science 



Marcia J. Cromwell 
Music Education 



Suzanne B. Cumming 
Biology 



Michael D. Curley 
Sociology 




Marv B. D'Anna 
Elementarv Education 

Mildred A. Dawson 
English 




Charles J. DeHart, III 
Economics 

Cecelia M. Deitrich 
Elementarv Education 



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Geret P. DePiper 
Psychology 

Julianne C. Devitz 
Psychology 




Warren D. Ditzler 


Carloyn B. Dreibelbis 


Jack E. Dumhauld 


Carol A. Edgecomb 


Biology 


Biology 


Biology 


Biology 




Healher R. Ehrlich 
Medical Technology 

Janet M. Else 
Biology 





Carol E. Eshelman 
Mathematics 

Rebecca L. Fackler 
Sociology 




L. John Fasnacht. Jr. 
Sociology 

Lynda J. Ferry 
English 




Paul B. Foutz 
Economics 



Thomas L. Foxall 
Bioloav 



LeRoy G. Prey 
Chemistry 



Alan K. Fry 
Pohlica] Science 




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Janet M. Else— Outstandmg Student 




Thomas E. Gangwer 
Chemistry 

Lynn Garrett 
Elementary Education 




Janet L. Gessner 
Elementary Education 



Judy A. Gettle 
Sociology 



Pietro D. Giraffa, Jr. 
Economics 



Mercedes J. Govier 
English 




Carol E. Eshelman-Outstanding Student 



Stephen A. Groff 
Biology 

Alan P. Hague 
Economics 






Donald A. Haight 
Psychology 



Everett A. Haight 
Medical Technology 



Dale E. Hall 
Physics 



Maiy Jane Hall 
English 



John A. Halladay 
Biology 

Margaret L. Hamilton 
Nursing 




Kathleen M. Hannon 
Psychology 

Sonja L. Hawbaker 
Music Education 






Ralph L. Heagy 
Religion 

John H. Heffner 
Physics 




Terrv W. Hicks 
Economics and 
Business Administration 



Janet L. Hill 
Biology 



Jon E. Hofman 
Physics 



Mark G. Holtzman 
Economics 




Gregory P. Hoover 
Chemistry 

Charles K. Hornberger 
Music Education 




Carl E. Horning 
Physics 

Mary Alice Hostetter 
English 




Stephen M. Jacobs 
Chemistry 



Elaine W. Joy 
Elementarv Education 



Donna K. Jungmann 
Elementarv Education 



Larrv L. Kauffman 
Economics 




Alan P. Hatiuc Oulstandms; Sludonl 




George J. King-Outstanding Student 




Robert A. Kautmann 
Matlnematics 



David P. Keehn 
Music Education 



George J. King 
Economics 



Edwin C. Kisiel, Jr. 
Music 



Karen S. Klick 


Elementan,' Education 


Carol P, Kline 


Music Education 




Andrea F. Knopf 
Elementary Education 

Janice A. Koehler 
Enalish 





Helen B. Kowach 
Biology 



Keith G. Kreamer 
Economics 



Ellen Lathcrow 
Mathematics 



Robert A. Laughead 
Economics 



Earl E. Lauver 
Political Science 

Dennis M. Lehman 
Phvsics 







Kermit R. Leitner 
Political Science 

Larry L. Light 
Sociology 




Mary J. Lippert 
Music Education 

Dell E. Lokey 
Socio Igy 




Marianne Lombardi 
Medical Technology 



Ruth E. Long 
Music Education 



Glenn H. MacGregor 
Economics 



James G. Maga/ino 
Biology 




Judith L. Manwiller 
Medical Technology 

Kenneth H. Matz. Jr. 
Political Science 




Mimi Meyer— Outstanding Student 




Rosemar)- S. McCleaf 
Elementan' Education 



K. Christine McComsey 
Music Education 



Jeffrey S. McCullough 
Economics 



John R. McFadden 
Psychology 



J. Elaine McMinis 
Elementary Education 

Robert W. Mead 
Biology 





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Jay A. Mengel 
Biology 



Janet A. Merlo 
Biology 



Mimi Meyer 
Sociology 



Dean E. Miller 
Psychology 



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Gary W. Miller 
Music Education 

Gregorv J. Miller 
Economics 




Marjorie J. Miller 
Music Education 

Stuart W. Miller 
Chemistry 





Patricia C. Mooney 
English 



Henr^ H. Moore 
Sociology 



Richard T. Moritz 
Economics 



John M. Morton 
Psychology 



Lawrence R. Moss 
Economics 

Jeannette A. Murphy 
English 



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H. Jean Nelson 
Music Education 

Randall Nelson 
Economics 




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Grant T. Nicholls 
Economics 



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Lois J. Nestor 
Economics 

James R. Newcomer 
English 



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Lewis J. Nieburg 
History 



Paul F. Pickard 
History 

Linda L. Pierce 
Biology 



Carol A. Paist 
Music Education 




Vivian L. Paumer 
Medical Technology 






Jean Slade— Outstandina Student 



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Barbara L. Pmkerton 
Music Education 



Robert D. Powell 
Biology 



Raymond J. Reidenbach 
Psychology 



Patricia V. Reigle 
English 



Ronald L. Richcreek 
Music Education 

Patricia A. Rohrbaugh 
Music Education 



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Carl R. Sabold 
Economics 



Kalrinka A. Salmon 
English 



John C. Sawyer 
Economics 



Larry L. Schauer 
History 



Richard E. Williams— Outstanding Student 





Nancy L. Schellenberg 
Bioloav 




Anna R. Schwartz 
Music Education 



Cheryl A. Seacat 
Enalish 



Paul A. Seland. Jr. 
Music Education 



Arthur D. Semon 
Political Science 



Lynda S. Senter 
Music Education 

Susan M. Shanaman 
Psychology 



C. Scott Shametzka 
Music Education 

M. Thomas Shatto 
Enghsh 



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James M. Shearer 
History 

Rae A. Shermeyer 
Chemistry 




Patricia L. Shiner 
Psvchologv 



Richard N. Simington 
Enghsh 



Patrick J. Smipson 
Economics 



Susan K. Sitko 
Enghsh and French 



D. Jean SUide 
Music Education 

Jerry P. Slonaker 
Political Science 



Stanley A. Suavely 
Economics 

William A. Spancake 
History 






Linda L. Spory 
Bioloav 



Patncia Stecker 
Spanish 



Carol L. Swalm 
Elementan Education 



Susan K, Swartz 
Elementar.' Education 



Valene A. Yeagcr-Outstandini; Student 



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Terrence L. Swartz 
English 



Joan R. Taylor 
Biology 



J. Kenneth Thomas 
Economics 



Phillip E. Thompson 
Physics 



James R. Van Camp 
Chemistry 

Rebecca A. Wagner 
Medical Technology 



P. David Walker 
EngUsh 

Norman C. Watkins 
Chemistry 



Lois A. Weil 
English 

Harry W. Wensch 
Biology 





Barbara J. West 
Psychology 



Richard E. Wilhams 
History 



Constance J. Witter 
Elementary Education 



Wanda Wlasova 
Elementary Education 



Susan M. Woodbury 
English 

Valerie A. Yeager 
Psychology 




John R. Yerger 
Music Education 



Harry C. Zart 
Sociology 




Juniors Not Pictured 



Victor A. Angell 


Carl E. Miller 


Spanish 


Physics 


John H. Bernhart 


Ronald J. Smith 


Biology 


Biology 


Joan M. Buffington 


William K. Watson 


Music Education 


History 



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Val Yeager 



Jim Newcomer 



Mr. and Miss L.V.C. 







Dick Williams 



Janet Hill 



Mr. and Miss Athlete 



Mr. and Miss Quittie 



Carl Sabold 



Lois Nestor 



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Barbara Ankrum 



Suzanne Chase 



Quittie 



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Patricia Mooney 



Court 



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the class of 
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President— Joe Torre 
Vice President— Bruce Decker 
Secretary— Janice West 
Treasurer— William Ebert 






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S. Barbaccia, P. Arndt, R. Basta, D. Bartholomew, D. Brubaker, K. Althouse 



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From Row: L. Eicher. M. Eastman. G. Brothman. S. Deaven. P. Car- 
nathan. J. Cestone, C. Cameron, D. Cerulli, K. Condon Row Two: 



R. Calvert, W. Campbell, F. Detwiler. B. Decker, D. Burkholder, L. 
Carpenter. E. Doresis. P. Buchanan 



Front Row: W. Eisenhart, D. Fetters, J. Ha,slam, E. Hammacher, J. 
Evans. J. Bonnefond. R. Fox, M. Gehris, J. Forker. R. Graybill, G. 
Fultz. Q. Garbrick. D. Giovanis Row Two: K. Guyler. D. Frantz, N. 



Fogg, B. Hardm, M. Hollen, G. Ossmann, G. Frederick, R. Bower, 
J. English, C. Erfr 





Front Row: M. Horn. N. Kaufl'elt. P. Jones. S. Hughes. N. Hendrick- 
son. P. Hunsicker. L. Hetzer. S. Fauber, S, Jones. J. Heilman Row 



Two: P. Kehr. B. Jennings, M. Jones, R. Kaufmann, 
Hoffman, L. Jacobs, F. Hock. J. Kain 



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Front Row: G. Marshall. F. Kulbaka, S. Lancaster, L. Koch, J. 
Kreiser, S. Ludwig. M. Lentz Row Two: J. Maclary. R. Long. C. 
Marshall, L. Lovegren, J. Davis, E. Kolle 





Front Row: C. McCrary, D. Miller, J. McClelland. M. Mylly, S. 
Ptacelc, D. Rhawn, P. Pingel, B. Robertson, S. O'Brien, M. 
Light, N. Robinson, A. Prescott. A. Richard Row Two: G. Ott, 



R. Poorman, G. Moyer, F. Rice, D. Patrick, P. Rondeau. P. 
O'Hara. D. Ranc. J. Rife, T. Mills, L. Radlof. L. Rothermel 



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Front Row: K. Schmuck, D. Schimpf. A. Shenk, R. Shaffer, B. Schmid, I. Stitt, B. Schmitz, C. Stohler 
Row Two: W. Sharrow, A. Steffy. G. Strong, D. StaniUa, C. Schworer. F. Shearer. K. Sipe, G. Stauffer 



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From Row: J. Weber, D. Urick. L. Tompkins, D. Ulnch. R. 
Thompson. B. Turkington Row Two: W. Thompson, J. Wenrich, 
L. Tavlor. H. Todd. D^ TulH 



Front Row: H. Templin. J. Zech, K. Zelenak, J. Winslow Row 
Two: J. Wubbena. R. Yarger 








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President— Jon Rogers 

Vice President— John Beardsley 

Secretary— Kongkun Hemmaplardh 

Treasurer— Greg Scott 

FSC Representative— Bobbie Harro 



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From Row— 3. Abrams. J- Blasingame. M. Adc, A. Bassett. J. Barkow, J. Bitner Row Tmo~M. Ahrens, 
R. Bennett. B. Albert 



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From Row—r>. Carpenter. S. Casagrand. C. Brienzo, M. Church, J. Burns. D. Carter. E. Brice Row 
Two—K. Brandt. G, Brenner. L. Bowman. M, Burns, P. Caulker. I Brolis 



From Row-i. Conrad, K. Kirbv. J. Shuster, V. Fine. N. Swenson. T. Ciarula. J. Dottolo, J. Cooper, M. 
Davidson Row 7"no-B, Sherman, M. Drouncheck. N. Coddmglon, B. Coupe. S. Cupp. D, Clemens. D. 
Diehl. H. Dinger 





From Row-}. Foster, M. Hardenstine, S. George, L. Gunderson, C. Benninger, C. Green, R. Hofmann, 
B. Greiner Row Two-i. Fraytic, J. Nornhold, P. Gates, T. Flud, P. Gulli, B. Frey, J. Hockley, J. 
litis, M. Hunsicker 



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Front Row—E. Houck. J, Hummer, C. Hoeflich, C. Jones Row 
ruo— K. Hemmaplardh. R. Landis, J, III. B. Hunter 



From Row—E. Koch, K. Karhumaa, M. Little, D. Lapp. K. 
Keck Row Two—E. Linker, A. Laane, B. Kline, D. Karver 




From Row-}. C Penney, L. Morrison. R. Miller. B. McCann. P. 
Werrell. D. Merrill. R Pfeil. E. Pcter^. C. Irwin. R, Peterson. B. Bak- 



er. B. Harro Row Tho-D. Myers. T. Nittca. G. Myers, D. O'Hara, G. 
Piielps. B. Mover. J. Mevers. C. Linehaugh. M. Mallon 



Froiil Rin\-H. Riller. P. Rau. M. Sliemas, S, Scharmann, S. Shedenhelm. M. Sans Row Two—F. 
Reisl, J. Riedel, J, Rodgers, L, Riedman, H. Seamen 




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From RoH-P. Stock, S. Stambach, M. Wennerholm, K. Unangst, J, Vonhauser, V. Strickler. B. Warner, 
S. Willman Row Two-S. Zimmerman. B. Welsh, P. Werner, F. Sloner, E. Shiplev, G. Thomas, D. Witt, 
B. Walsh. 



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Homecoming 




Queen 



Rolanda 



Hofmann 



hormer Queen Jeanne Kaul'mann crowns successor. 




Homecoming Queen. Court, and Escorts 




Dale Carpenter, Richard Kaufmann. Rolanda Hofmann, Robert LaughcaJ. JaniLe Sliuster. Kerry 
Althouse, Jeanne (Caufmann. Robert Kaufmann 




Vivian Sirickler. Janice Shusier, Karen Kirby. Beverly Houser. Dale Carpenter, Rolanda Hofmann. 
Joyce Abrams. Sally Godshall 



Homecoming 



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From the Lebanon Daily News. November 5th: 



■•WHAT'S RIGHT . . WHAT'S WRONG 

The natives are restless these days at Lebanon Valley College. 

For an explanation all you have to do is look at the college's football schedule. 

Today, the Flying Dutchmen clash with their traditional rivals from Reading. 
Albright College. 

And all week long, things have been happening on and ofi' campus at Annvillc. 

The rumors have been Hying but no hard facts are available. It seems that even 
the girls have been backing their team with signs attached to appropriate garments 
saying "Bust Albright" and "Beat the Pants off Albright." 

Then some mean so-and-so set fire prematurely to the pile of combustible 
material that was to have been the pep rally bonfire. Matter of fact, they put the 
torch to it one night before the rally, and the fire department was called. 

There were loud explosions on campus which first were identified as gunshots. 
but later were described as firecrackers. 

It's all been in the best tradition of college life and it would be a good thing if 
the authorities would stop getting excited about it. 

It's a lot better than burning draft cards. 



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The Frosh Battle the Class of '69 




124 







125 



. and thus the mighty 




126 



Sophomores triumph. 





127 




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From «(ni-B. Schmid, M. Holtzman. A. Hague. J. Wiest. G. King, D. 
Ingalls, F. Detweiler Row Two-D. Misal, M. Rogers, S. Brandsberg, K. 



Bunting, J. Kauffman, C. Sabold, A. Dunn, D. Sliuttlcsworih, G, 
Ossmann, D. LeBarun, G. MacGreaor, G. Erdman 




Kappa Lambda Sigma 



Officers 

Fritz Detweiler— ciTaplain 
Alan Hague-vice-president 
James Newcomer— rec. secretary 
George King— treasurer 
John Wiest— president 
Rick Buck- corr. secretary 
Carl Sabold-FSC. rep. 




Kappa Lambda Sigma, a social frater- 
nity, highlighted its fall semester by 
sponsoring the "Letterman" on campus 
in October. At the homecoming game 
the most valuable player award was pre- 
sented by Kalo to Larry Painter. Continu- 
ing a campus favorite, the Inter-Campus 
Competitive Program was sponsored by 
Kalo in December. The annual K-D 
spring weekend completed another big 
year for the brothers of Kappa Lambda 
Siama. 



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Kalo Presents 




The 
Lettermen 





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Front miv— J. Donmoyer, P. Buchanan. S. Hughes. C. Speer, B. Belt?.. A. 
Leidich, E. Joy, J. Carissimi, J. Cochran. J. Wuber. A. Pre.scott. L. Gar- 
rett Hinv Two K. Hannon. M. Light. K. Salmon, V. Yeager, J. Ges.sner, 
J. Else, .1. Dill, L. Chrislman. B. Ankruni. N. Hendrick,son. J. Slade Row 



Three— E. Brenner. P. Pingel, S. Horton. B. Turkmgton, J. West, C. 
Blatt, D. Bott, P. Jones. C. Ochoa, S. Cumming, L. Bloeser. D. Rhawn, 
J. Merlo. B. White, C. Perlacki, N. Robinson. T. Mooney, B. Young 



Delta Lambda Sigma 





Officers 

.Ann Leidich ~sr. rep. 

Becky Wagner-IFSC rep. 

Barb Beltz-FSC rep 

Val Yeager-jr. rep, 

Nancy Hendrickson-soph. rep. 

Janet Gessner— corr. .see. 

Janet Else— vice president 

JoAnn Dill-president 

Barbara Ankrum— treasurer 

Lois Christman— rec. sec. 



Delta Lambda Sigma, social sorori- 
ty, is Kalo's sister organization. Del- 
phian, as the sorority is called, spon- 
sored with Kalo the K-D Kickoff 
Dance, I.C.C.P., and K-D Weekend. As 
well asaserviceprojectfrom the Lebanon 
Crippled Children's School, Delphian 
sponsored a Christmas party for a group 
of orphaned children. Campus activi- 
ties included shoeshines, candy and 
donut sales and car washes. 



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Soon it's gonna rain! 



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C.^>5s£./is?:u' <- 5 



Front Row—K. Richcreek. T. Micka, D. Keperling, K. Leitner. G. Clau- 
sen P. Murphy. D. Lehman. Row Two-K. Enck. R. Matsko. G. Fulk. B. 
Rentzel, R, WiUiams. C. Heizmann. D. Brixius, .1. Menael. Row Three— 



W. Smith, H. Wertsch, D. Brubaker. R. Jennings, R. Rovers, T. Embich. 
G, Brauner. L. Painter, J. Sawyer, H. Zart. S. Willman, J. Dougherty, R. 
Moritz. W. Miller. 



Knights of the Valley 





Officers 

Robert Matsko-treasurer, Larry Painter-sergeant-at-arms, 
George Fulk-vice president. Brad Rentzel-president. John 
Dougherty^keeper of the keys. Dick Williams-secretary. 
Jack Sawyer— chaplain 



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The Knights of the Valley, the 
smallest of the social fraternities, is a 
leader in the intramural program. The 
most coveted athletic award on cam- 
pus, the Chuck Matson Award, is pre- 
sented annually by the Knights. An- 
other campus highlight, the Knight's 
Street Fair, is held each spring. For 
their spring dinner-dance, the Knights 
choose the Holiday Inn Town. 



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From RoH-'W. Spinelli. J. Maclary, S. Schoenly, R. West, M. Jones, P. 
Keefer Row Two-K. Sakaguchi, R. Kaufmann, D. Furst, D. Haight. R. 
Kaiil"marin, N. Linlcin Raw Three -D Wineniillcr. R. Traver, J, Galat. 



S. Jacobs, G. Lauver, L. Kauffman, J. McFadden, W. Eisenhart, R. 
Manning, R. Graham, K. Thomas, R. Martalus. T. Swartz, A. Fry, D. 
Chambers, R. Reidenbach. 



Phi Lambda Sigma 





Officers 

Dan Furst-vice president 

Ray Reidenbach— chaplain 

Don Haight— president 

Richard Kaufmann— rec. secretary 

Stephen Jacobs— FSC rep. 

John Maclary— corr. secretary 

Robert Kaufmann— treasurer 

Kerrv Althouse— vice-treasurer 

Bruce Decker— IFSC rep. 



Phi Lambda Sigma, originally the 
Philokosmian Literary Society, marked 
its centennial on the Lebanon Valley 
campus this year. Homecoming 1966 was 
big for Philo, including a dinner for par- 
ents and friends at the Green Terrace. A 
skit. "The Spirit of 76", enabled Philo to 
win the Inter-Campus Competitive Pro- 
gram. To complete the year, the Philo- 
Clio weekend dinner-dance was held at 
the Hershey Hotel. 



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Mr. Philo, Don Haight Miss Clio. Nancy Schellenberg 





Fnmt Row— v.. Condon, J. Hill, M. Tjhin, K. Zelenak, L. Leiby Row 
rnvj-K. Bryniarski, J. Looker, D. Lokey, A. Knopf, D. Kimmich, S. 
Ahcrnethy, N. Schellenberg. R. Rice, J. Stein, S. Bennetch, J. Doll, B. 
Macaw, C. Melman Row Three—?. Carnathan, L. Kamara, P. Hess, M. 



Smith, B. Levens, S. Jones, C. Paist, C. Banes, M. D'Anna, M. J, Hall, J. 
Zech, C. Albiight, J. Taylor, M. Lentz, B, West, C. Toth, L. Spory, D. 
Seacat 



Kappa Lambda Nu 








Officers 

From «on-Janet Stein-president, Barbara Macaw-IFSC, 
Nancy Schellenberg-corr. secretary, Jane Doll-treasurer Row 
r>vo-Susan Jones-exec, comm., Susan .Abernethy-FSC. 
Cinda Albright-exec, comm., Suzanne Bennetch-rec. secretary 



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Kappa Lambda Nu is a social 
sorority, sister organization to 
Philo. Clio housed members for 
the first time this year in a sorori- 
ty house. The sorority partici- 
pated actively in Homecoming 
spirit with decorations and a car 
caravan. Intramurals, open 
houses, and Philo-Clio Week- 
end were among Clio's major ac- 
tivities. Service projects included 
hoagie sales. Thanksgiving and 
Christmas baskets to needy fa- 
milies and trips to crippled chil- 
dren's homes. 




From Row-T. Salmon, B. Beltz, P. Ward, C. Speer, L. Senter, J. Don- 
moyer, H. Hopkins Row Two—L. Ferry. V. Yeager, S. Sitko. S. Aber- 
nelhv. B. Turkni'jton. B. Fackler, J. Cochran. B. Harro. Row Three— C. 



Sabold, G. King, A. Hague, L. Bachlell, B. Rentzel, S. Jacobs, R. Zyg- 
munt Row FoiirS. Berry. D. Williams, D. Bashore, J. Sawyer, J. Mann 



Faculty— Student Council 




Cheryl Speer— recording secretary 
Barbara Beltz— corresponding secretary 
Alan Hague— vice president 
Brad Rentzel— president 
George Kma— treasurer 



140 





"A welcome to the Frosh' 




Men's Senate 




I'roiu Row ]i. Wheeler, .1. Newcomer. J. Foster, R. Kaufmann. N, Linton. D, Brubakcr, G. King 
Row Two- A. Hague, B, Rentzel, J. Wiesl, D. Williams, G. Scott 



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Fnmt Riiw-N^ HciKlrickscin. B, Bell/. .1. [)ill. B. Macaw. J, LKc. B. Arikrum R,m Tmi N. Schellen- 
berg. P. Sleeker, T. Salmon. L. Rohrcr. C. Stowe. P. Jones. J. Slade. L, Bair. .1. Slein 



Resident Women's Student 
Government Association 



143 




Front Row~R. Newmaster, D. Bashore, J. McCullough, R. Carlson Row Two~J. Embich, R. Mc- 
Quate, G. Boland, L. Achcy. R. Roth 



Men's Congress 



Dead eye! 



144 




M.A. Hosteller. M. Brandt. R- Bcliney. S. Sitko, J. Gettle 



Women's Commuter Council 



Commuters sponsor Street Fair 




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Marching 
Band 





From Row—L. Bachtell, J. Schwalm, L. D'Augosline, R. Riclicreck. J. 
Yergcr. G. Miller. W. Miller, Row Twn—C. Curley. E. Kisiel. E. Ham- 
macher, P. Seiand, R. Poorman. B. Bender, M. Caniphcll, Row Tliree— 



C. Hornberger, K. Guyler, D. Keehn. J. Beiirens, R. Trayer, D. 
Kitchell, Row Four—D. Scliimpl', P. Rice, J. Wubbena, L. Schauer, R. 
Yarger, P. Cormany, D. Brown, B. Goodling. S. Sliarnetzka 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 




Officers— 

E. Hammacher— 
ass. alumni sec. 

W. Miller- 
parliamentarian 

K Risiel- 
historian 

J. Yerger— 
cor. secretary 

G. Miller- 
exec, alumni sec. 

L. Bachtell- 
president 

J. Schwalm — 
vice president 

R. Richcreek— 
rec. secretary 

L D"Augostine— 
treasurer 





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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national 
professional music fraternity for men, 
provided a pep band for basketball 
games, sponsored the jazz and All- 
American concerts on campus. The 
chapter produced "The Roar of the 
Greasepaint— The Smell of the Crowd" 
with SAI and sponsored the annual 
conservatory Formal. Service projects 
include the placement of mirrors in the 
conserve and evaluation of tapes for 
the Pennsylvania Music Educators 
Association, 



148 




We use Coppertone! 





From Row—C McCrary. N. Tafcl. J. Kreiser. B. Pinkerton, S. Chase. D. 
Cerutti. C. Eshelman Row Tun-C. Slowe. C. Kline. M. Lippert. M. 
Gehris, .1, Murphv. G- Lcmg. A- Schwartz Row Thice~P- Ward. C. Nau- 



gle. L. Senter, M. Cromwell, S. Fauher, M. Miller, R. Gibble, C. Cam- 
eron Row Four-S. Forker, P. Rohrbaugh. A. Alwine, P. Carnathan, J. 
BiEclow. S. Kortum, R. Lone. L. Rothermel, S. Green, P. Shaw 



Sigma Alpha Iota 



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Officers 

Pal Rohrbaugh— rec. sec, Carol Stowe— corr. sec, 
Gretchen Long— vice president, Carol Eshelman— 
president, Rachel Gibble— treasurer. Lynda Senter— 
editor, Alice Alwine— sergeant-at-arms. Anna 
Schwartz— chaplain. 



Delta Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, internation- 
al professional music fraternity for women, sponsors cam- 
pus concerts and guest performances. With Sinfonia they 
produced the musical "The Roar of the Greasepaint— The 
Smell of the Crowd." The chapter received the Iota Prov- 
ince College Chapter Achievement Award and The Na- 
tional College Chapter Achievement for 1965-1966. 



150 




SAI "Greasepaint Chorus"" 



151 



SAI and Sinfonia Present: 

The Roar of the Greasepaint, 
The Smell of the Crowd 

December 9-10, 1966 




TTT'-'rsjr^-T' 




152 




Concert Band 




154 






Symphony 
Orchestra 





Front Row: P. Ward, M. Cromwell, R. Long, L. Keehn, D. Schimpf, W. Miller, J. Yerger, C. Horn- 
Wubbena, C. Marshall, R. Gibble, C. Eshelman berger 
Row Two: C. Naugle. L. Senler, W, Sharrow, D. 



Guild Student Group 



Girls Band 



From Row: C. Stowe. S. Hawbaker. R. Long, S. Kortum. P. Cama- 
than, B. Warner, B. Tezak, L Stitt, P. Ward Row Two: L. Wubbena, 
B. McCann, J. Cestone, P. Umberger, S. George, C. McComsey, G. 
Long, M. Miller, L. LeFevre, J. Heilman, C. Paist, L. Senter, M. 



Cromwell. Row Three: J. Nelson. C, McCrary. J. Kreiser. A. Alwine. 
M. Kamara. D. Cerutti. J. McClellen. J. Bigelow. R. Gibble. B. Pin- 
kerton. 




Jazz Band 



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From Row: R. Postin, T. Shonk. J. Kain, F. Hoch, J. Foster, L. D'Augostine. M. Campbell. Row Two: 
R. Sherman. R. Heck. J. Schwalm. B. Renlzel. D. Kitchell. Row Three: M. Curley, S. Sharnetzka, D. 
Winemiller, W. Shenenberger. 



157 




Front R<m-K. Krikory, J. Zech. J. Nelson, M. Dunham. L. Kern. 
G. Marshall. C. Paist, P. Rohrbaugh. L. Senter, D. Cerutti. B. Pin- 
kerton, C. Eshelman. S. Hawbaker Row 7"H'ti— M. Serfass. R. Gibble. 
J. McClellan. A. Alwine. C. Cameron, M. Cromwell. S. Godshall, C. 
Green, L. Ferry, E. Kauffman, P. Ward, J. Forker, M. Gehris, P. 



Hunsicker. G. Long. M. Gulley Row Three— V. Cormany. J. 
Hoffman. E. Kisicl, D. Schimpf. J. McCullough, J. Bitner. C. Horn- 
berger. W. Miller. R. Poorman. D. Brown Row Four—L. D'Auaos- 
tine. T. Bross, D. Stottlemyer. J. Schwalm, W. Sharrow. D. Patrick. 
J. Kain, L. Lovegren, T. Shonk, J. Burns, G. Miller 



Concert Choir 



Chapel Choir 



Fniiii Row: M. .Miller, S, Shue, D. Merrill. P. Forkcl. H Tem- 
plin. M. .Ade Row Two: C McComsev. N. Hollinger. M Lippert. 



L. Wubbena, S. Casagrand. M. Kcllow. G. Roush Row Three: G. 
Frederick. K. Sipe. L. Rice, R. Sherman, G. Phelps. R. Greiner 





Chorus 





Wig 

and 

Buckle 



From Row—h. Bachtell. O. Miller. J. Sawver, R. Richcreek Row Two 
— G. Reist. J. Haslam, P. Williams. J. Kciehler, J. Donmoyer. B. Mc- 
Cann, J. Weber, C. Curley Row Three— P. Hunsicker, L. Arnold Row 
Foiir-B. Baker. L. Rohrer Row Five-R. Walsh. J. Riedel Row Six- 
J. English. T. Ciarula Roiv Seven— C. Hornberger, R. Frey 



Wig and Buckle presents: 

The Shrike 



November 4-5, 1966 



160 




Alpha 

Psi 
Omega 





From R<n\-K. Richcreek, J. Schwalm Rm- Two—L. Arnold. G. Mil- 
ler. W. Miller. L. Rohrer. L. Baehtell 



161 



Sauerkraut and Boston Beans 



m^l$m^'*-'^jF'r'jmm.»^3 s 




May 7, 1966 
Hershey Community 

Theater 






162 








163 




K. Sipe, V. Fine, H. Kowach, C. McComsey, E. Bishop. M. Horn, P. Pickard, C. Seacat, J. Mann, B. 
Baker, L. Eicher, J. Kaufiman, Mr. Showers 



La Vie Collegienne 

Editor— Paul Pickard 
Layout Editor— Cheryl Seacat 
News Editor— Mary Anne Horn 
Sports Editor— William Lamont 
Exchange Editor— James Mann 
Business Manager— Jack Kauffman 
Photographer— Ellen Bishop 



164 



Quittapahilla 

Editor— Diane Bott 
Associate Editor— Richard Williams 
Layout Editor— Katrinka Salmon 
Photography Editor— Valerie Yeager 
Copy Editor— Stu Schoenly 
Sports Editor— Mike Curley 
Business Manager— Janice Koehler 
Photographer— Ed Kisiel 



From Row-C. Edgecomb, E. Kisiel. S. Sitko. C. McComsey Row Tno-L. Nieburg. M. Curley, V. 
Yeager, R. Williams, D. Bott, S. Schoenly, K. Salmon, J. Koehler, C. DeHart, W. Ditzler 



^ JH 



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165 




From Row: R. Gable. D. Simmers. L. Frey Row Two: R. Shermever. L, Taylor. J. Reid. R. Shaffer. N. 
Fosiu. R. Zvsjmunt. Row Three: K. Guvler. H. Giles. D, Brixius, G. Frederick. N. Walkins 



Chemistry Club 



Beta Beta Beta 



I null How: S UennelLli. B Macaw. ,1. Ta\lor. C. Ediiecomb. R. 
BchncN. J. Dill. C, Alhnuht. .1 DmimoNcr. Row Two: P Pingel. L. 
Koch. L. Bloeser. H. Lhrlich, C. Dreibelbis. B Bellz. E. Kreiser Row 



Three: L. Pierce. S. Ludwig. M Lonih.irdi. R. Carlson, R Hnck. T. 
Fmbich. J. Galal. D. Furst, .1. Boston. 




Physics Club 




Front Row—h Heffner— president, P. Thompson— vice-president. H. Capper— secretary-treasurer Ro 
Two—K. Newmaster, E. Katznian, T. Bross 



Math Club 



From Row-K^ Newmaster. S. Schoenly. D. Brubaker Row 7"iv<;-D. Kimmich. E. Latherow. D. Bott, D. 
Stanilla, D. Burkholder. T. Bross 





Front RoH—\i. Conrad-president. J. Mann— vice president, C. Heizmann-sccretary-treasurer. A. 
SteRy, L. Moss Rinr Twa-K. Buck. K. Thomas. G. CTauser. P. Cormany, M. Cupp. P. Foutz 



Investment Club 



L. Rohrer. Q. Garbrick, B. Fackler, S. Hughe 



French Club 




Pi Gamma Mu 




Front Row—K. Buek. L. Kepcrling. H. Burkholder. G, King Row Two-M. 
Hollzman. D. Keperling. A. Hague 



From RohS. Martin. D. Tiilli. J. Shuey. J. Kautlmun Row /"iio-W. Spancake. J. Mann 




Political Science Club 




Frtinl Rdw-H. Hopkins -president. C. Renslia\\-\ ice-presi- VVesl. .1, Doll. V. Slnckler, L. Gunderson Rim Threc-M. A. 
dent. A Leidieh- secretary K. Hannon-treasiirer. \', Meager- Horn. L Keperlmg. R Tlionipson. L Reist. D. Keperling. D. 
FSC representative R-m Tnn 1, RadloT. .1 Donnioser. B, Shuttles\\orth 



Psych Club 



Psi Chi 



h'runi Rinv A. Leidieh. V. Meager. H. Hopkins. K, Hannon Roh Two-D. Bollman. D Keperlins;. J. 
Linton. J. Boston 




Who's Who 




From Ruw U. Long. L. Quickel. R. Gable. B. Macaw. J. Dill. L. Rohrer. D. Kimmich Row Two-J. 
Linton. R. Buek. B. Goodling. L. Baclitell. G. Brauner. J. Wicst. B. Rentzel. C. Curlev 



171 




Student 

Christian 

Association 
Cabinet 



From Rnw-L- Chnstman, S. Ptacek, M. Mcyci. L. Garrett Row Two-C. Speer, J. Weber, N. Watkins, 
G. Fulk. B, Ankrum, D. Haight Row Three~R. Williams. J. Wenrich. K. Sipe, A. Clipp. Dr. Bemesderfer 



From «(nr-B. Rentzel. M. Curlcy. C. Speer. L. Quickel. J. Bigeknv. P. Pickard. L. Keperling. G. Fulk. J. Sawyer. R. 
Wenrich Row Two—E. Bishop. N. Tal'el. S. Hawbaker. J. Fox. J. Morton, K. Sipe 
Weber, S. Sitko. K. Cairn,s Row Three— Dt. Bemesderfer, J. 



Delta Tau 
Chi 





SCA 

Hike 





"And our modern, plea>anl dining facilities 



173 





Ski Club 



Fniiif RoH-R. Martalus, M. Davidson, D, IngalK. F. Kulbaka, B, Robertson. L. Nestor, D. 
Ranc. M. Roi^ers Raw Two-G. Glen, B. Trefsgar, J, Maclary, E. Millner 



Bridge Club 




S. Sitko. L. Spory. F. Shearer, S. Foltz, C. Heizmann 




Green 
Blotter 



From Row-J. Bouman. L, Ferry. H tlopkins. S, Sitko, M. Mvll\ Row Two L, Rcisi. G Ossniann. E. 
KiMcl. R. Hatch. J. \'anCamp 



Fioi:i Row L, Fcrr\. C. Clark. H Hopkins. I C laruL; Row iwo D Barlholonieu. E KimcI. R Ncw- 
nuisUT. .1 \ anCainp 



13th 
Warthog 




ori i 




Front Rdw—L. Painter— president. L. Christman— vice-president, L. Kern 
—secretary. C. Blatt. L. Wubhena, S. Ptecek. J. Cochran Row TwoS. 
Sitko. G. Fullz. K. Zelenak. B. Robertson. J. Gessner. B. Ankrum. L. 
Garrett Row Three-E. Latherow. L. Leibv. E. McMinis. J. Gettle. C. 



Deitrich. E. Joy. S. Chase Row Fonr—E. Jackson. C. Toth. L. Quickel. 
L. Spory, I. Stitt, D. Rhawn, J. Stein. J. Ceslone. J. Kreiser. P. Carna- 
than. F. Kulbaka 



SPSEA 



176 



Childhood Education 



■■■■■li 




Front Row~C Swalm— president, E. McMinis— vice-president, L, Kern- 
secretary, B. Turkington, P. Carnathan, F. Kulbaka, C. Jones. B. Rob- 
ertson Row Two—C. Benninger, J. Conrad, P. Pickard, L. Quickel, J. 
Gessner, C. Toth, E. Jackson, E. Brenner Row Three-M. J. Lent?,, R. 



McCleaf, W, Wlasova, M, D'Anna, C. Deitrich. C. Witter. C. Hoeflicli. 
S. Stambach Row Four—L. Christman, P. Werrell, G. Fultz, K. Zelenak, 
L. Tompkins. D, Rhawn, E. Peters, S. Ptacek, C. Irwin, L. Garrett, B. 
Ankrum 



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From Row—h. D'Augostine, B. Macaw Row Two—C Melman, D. Gio- 
vanis, J. Else, J. Stein, B. Robertson, P. Buchanan, N. Hendrickson Row 
Three—S. Cumming, M. Eastman, M. Meyer. L. Bair, J. Gettle. N. Ro- 



binson, C. Albright Row Four-B. Jennings, M. Jones, G. Ossmann, R. 
Kaufmann, J. Maclary, D. Misal, B. McQuate, G. Strong, J. McFadden 



White Hats 



"To Thee, dear Alma Mater . 



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Smile— we dare you! 





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"We do solemnly swear 





Frosh Initiation 





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Seated: K. Guyler, G. Frederick. L. Nieburg, S. Groff, L. Frey, R. Bow- Reid, L. Jacobs, R. Fox, P. Williams, R. McQuate, L. Arnold, L. Taylor, 

er, P. Thompson, G. Strong, R. Zygmunt, J. English, B. Hardie J. Haslam, P. O'Hara 

Standing: K. Schmuck, D. Hoffner, R. Shaffer, N. Fogg, T. Clemens, J. 




Officers: Phillip Thompson— vice president, Ron 
Zygmunt— secretary, John Denelsbeck— presi- 
dent, LeRoy Frey— treasurer 



Alpha Phi Omega 




Alpha Phi Omega is a national service 
fraternity, assembUng college men in lea- 
dership, friendship and service. The fra- 
ternity serves the campus by offering 
ushering services at college functions, op- 
erating the college book exchange and 
blood bank, and sponsoring the ugly 
man contest. Their national service in- 
cludes the care of the American flags 
and the representation of the Peace 
Corps on campus. 



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Charles Mowrer— assistant coach 
Ken Snyder— assistant coach 
William McHenry— head coach 
Jerry Petrofes— trainer 
George Darlington-assistant coach 



Football 



An opening game loss to Wilkes in the final second of 
play set the stage for the remainder of the season for 
Coach William McHenry's Flying Dutchmen. Although 
handicapped by injuries to key personnel, the team never 
lost its spirit as shown in its victories over Muhlenberg 
and PMC. Captain Larry Painter led the many fine indi- 
vidual efforts being selected to ECAC recognition along 
with fullback John Fasnacht and tackle Pete Giraffa. Se- 
niors Bob Hawk, Bob Martalus, John Haven, Dan Cham- 
bers and Painter were instrumental in Lebanon Valley's 
successes in football over the past four years. 




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From Row—C. Mowrer, G. Darlington. T. Gangwer. P. Giraffa, W. 
Spancake, R. Martalus, D. Chambers, L. Painter, J. Havens, R. Hawk, 
J. Fasnacht, R. Mead, D. Bollman, R. Kaneda, W. McHenry, K. Snyder 
Row Two-K. Bunting, S. Woodman, R. Basta, T. Falato, D. Ranc, C. 
Smith, J. Torre, H. Todd, B. Decker, D. TuUi, S. Brandsberg, G. Erd- 
man, J. Evans, F. Timlin, W. Ebert, G. Gunther Row Three-B. Burdick, 



G. Shaffer, J. Hovetter, J. Beardsley, T. Ciarula, J. Procopio, T. DeMar- 
co, R. Moyer, W. Coupe, G. Scott, T. Buganski, J. Cranston, R. Kom- 
meyer, T. Light, C. Wenger Row Four—R. Unger, I. Romig, K. Kane, T. 
Bobotas, T. Spieczny, E. Miltner, K. Willauer, J. Engle, D. Murphy, J. 
Howie, G. Kleppinger, H. Schreiber, W. Mac New, C. Campbell, T. 
Svirsko, R. Smith, J. Petrofes 










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B. Young. B. Turkineton. S. Lancaster. N. Schellenbers. S. Hughes. A. Prescott. S. Horton 



Cheerleaders 





D. Miller. R. McCleaf. B. Robertson. C. Speer 



188 




From Row-'B. Ankrum, M. Smith, J. Gessner, J. Looker. L. Christ- Shettel, T. Mooney, M. Lentz, C. Jonci, M. Sans, P. Little, S. Stark. B. 
man, B. Macaw, S. Cummmg. L. Garrett. M. Eastman. L. Bair. B. Harro. J. Shuster. S. Godshall. D. Giovanis, C. Black. M. LaBella. J. 
Robertson. J. Yeagley Row Two-Uk. Walters. J. Else, P. Thomas, R. Kaut'mann, D. Buchanan 



Women's Field Hockey 





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Front Row—T. Micka, J. Waring, P. Murphy. D. Williams, J. Davis, L. Bush Row Two— C. Sabold, F. 
Crowther, M. Burns, A. Laane, T. Nitka, B. Klugh, Mr. McHenry 



Cross Country 




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Compiling a 3-6 meet record during the 
regular season against stiff opposition, the 
team was sparked by Dick Williams' fine 
performances and many first places. Sopho- 
more Jim Davis figured as the man behmd 
Williams and showed marked improvement 
over his freshman year. Senior Paul Mur- 
phy also added considerable power to the 
team's running, while Lou Waring consis- 
tently provided the needed boost in morale. 
Williams also placed in the top five in the 
Middle Atlantic Conference Champi- 
onships. The team was under the helm of 
Coach Bob McHenry. 





Coaches— J. Robert McHenry, George Mayhoffer 



Varsity Basketball 




Front Row~T>. Burkholder, J. Davis, J. Newman, H. Todd, J. Stauffer, 
J. Halladay, F. Detwiler Row Two~G. Mayhoffer, R. Atkinson, P. Simp- 



son, E. Linker, B. Billmeyer, W. Moyer, B. Decker, F. Kuhn, S. Miller, 
R. McHenry 




An impressive victory over Albright in the Lynch Me- 
morial Gym was the highlight of the 1966-67 basketball 
season. Led by co-captains Pat Simpson and Bromley 
Billmeyer, the team exhibited a balanced scoring attack 
and fine rebounding. Billmeyer and Simpson led the 
team in both departments, while significant contributions 
were made by Jerry Stauffer, Harold Todd, Bob Atkinson 
and Bruce Decker. Coach Bob McHenry directed the var- 
sity through the exciting season. 




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guidance of Coach 
Mayhoffer. the 
junior varsity 
exhibited an 
excellent record. 
Freshmen John 
Dottolo, Bill Allen, 
Frank Kuhn and 
sophomore 
transfer Dennis 
Snovel paced the 
attack. 



From Row—i. Dottolo. J. Newman, G. Mayhofl'er Row 7"ii()--B. Bucher. .1. Martancik. W. .Allen. E. 
Linker, F. Kuhn. D. Snovel 



J.V. Basketball 



Girls Basketball 



Front Row- 
S. Jones 
J. Yeagley 
J. Hill 
B. Harro 



J. 
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Shuster 
Swonger 
Looker 
Godshall 
Bair 
Row Two— 
P. Hess 
D. Lokey 
C. Melman 
C. Black 
M. Lentz 
B. Macaw 
L. Koch 
R. Rice 
B Levens 
M. Smith 
L. Bosland 
B. Carmen 




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Front Row—C. Layne, A. Laane, R. Kaufmann, J. Mengel, S. Barbaccia, 
D. Ranc, R. Smith, R. Calvert. R. Unger Row Two-Mr. Petrofes, R. 



Laughead, R. Kaufmann, J. Hovetter, S. Willman, K. Althouse, J, 
Torre, H. Wertsch, R. Basta, J. Howie, Captain Cooper 



Wrestling 



Under Coach Jerry Petrofes the wrestling 
team had its finest season in its history with 
a dual meet record of 9 wins, 3 losses. Cap- 
tain Sam Willman compiled a perfect 12-0 
record in regular season competition and in 
four years set numerous LVC records. Fine 
performances by Archie Laughead, Kerry 
Althouse, Joe Hovetter and Rich Basta 
turned the tide in many matches for Valley. 
The team did well at the MASAC champi- 
onships held at Moravian College. 







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Front Rim— P. Murphy. W. Zimmerman, S. Axman, P. Padley, C. 
Mowrer, J. StaulTer, D. Padley, J. Evans Raw Two— J. Falalo, W. La- 
monl. W. Northcutt, W. Hohenshelt, L. Kautfman, G. Gunther, M. 



Jones Row Three— VJ. McHenry, R. Unger, P. Brennan, R. Bower, P. 
Kaplan, R. McHenry. I. Romig 



Lacrosse 



In its first year at Lebanon Valley, the la- 
crosse team, under the guidance of coaches 
Robert and William McHenry, compiled a 
very respectable 3-4 record against experi- 
enced teams. Dave Padley and Bill Hoh- 
enshelt provided able leadership in their ca- 
pacity as co-captains. Padley was the lead- 
ing offensive threat with 13 goals while on 
defense freshmen goahe Rich Bower did an 
excellent job, being credited with many 
saves. Joe Mowrer and Gary Gunther pro- 
vided able support. 




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Front Row-h. Light, R. Martalus, G. Horst, J. Stanton. L. Painter, M. 
Kamuyu, J. Foster, D. Williams Row Twu~'P. Detwiler, G. Stevick, L. 
Bush, J. Maclary, A. Shenk, P. Arndt. D. Brubaker. M. Zimmerer, S. 



Snavely Row Three—G. MayhotTer, B. Manning, T. Micka, K. Thomas, 
J. Davis, K. Buntmg, J. Kauffman, K. Baker, G. Darlington 



Track 



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The 1966 track team, co-captained by Larry Painter 
and Jay Stanton, compiled a 7-5 season record. High 
point men for the season included Dick Williams in the 
distances, Joe Foster in the sprints. Painter in the half-mile 
and javelin, and Stanton in the hurdles and discus. New 
school records were set by Glen Horst in the pole vault 
with a vault of 13'l-3/4", and Jay Stanton in the discus with 
a toss of 141' 3-1/2". Coaches Mayhoffer and Darlington 
provided very capable coaching. 



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Golf 




The golf team missed a few putts and 
wound up with a 1-11 record for the 
season. However, under the direction of 
Coach Petrofes many fine individual per- 
formances were carded by Captain Walt 
Smith, Tom Perlaki and Mac Hoener. 
Low score for the season was recorded 
by Walt Smith. Ted Long, Jon Hofman, 
Sam Willman and Bill Cadmus also put 
forth their best for the team. 



204 




William Hohensheh, William McHenr)', Peler Carlesimo, Charles Mowrer 




Outstanding Athlete Awards 

R. Williams— Cross Country and Track 

D. Himmelberger— Cross Country 

W. Hohenshelt-Football 

J. Grahusky— Football 

H. Wertsch-Wrestling 

S. WiUman-Wrestling 

W. Smith-Golf 

S. Axman-Lacrosse 

J. Stanton— Track 



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Sports 
Banquet 



William Hohensheh— John Zola Award 
Charles Mowrer-Chuck Maston Award 





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front Rinv-'L. Light. D. Ranc, H. Wertscli Row 7"ho— D. Williams. A. Hague, B. Cadmus Row Three- 
B. Martalus. K. Althouse. J. Davis, G. Nicholls, R. Kaufmann, R. Laugjiead, S. Willman 



Varsity "L" Club 



206 




Front Row-Q. Macaw. J. Hill. S. Bennctch. B, Belt/. J, Dill. J 
Stein Row Two—i. Looker, M. Smith. J. Donmover, C. Swalni. J. 
Taylor. L. Pierce, M. Mever Row Three-]. Ge.ssner, A. Knopf, 
C. Speer. R. Gahle. C. Perlaki. B. Fackler. E. Swonger. L. Rohr- 



er Row Four H, Kowach. S. Cumming. L. Sporv, J. Else, C. 
Baeckert, C. Edgecomb, E. Latherow, D. Kimmich, S. Aher- 
netliy, L. Bloeser 



Women's Athletic Association 



From Row—C. Jones, B. Robertson, F. Kulbaka, M. LaBella, N. 
Schellenberg. J. Carissimi, B. Young, P. Ward Row Two-J. 
Koehler. M. Eastman. S. Jones. B. Ankrum. P. Hess. B. Levens, 



C. Melman Row Three— A. Leidich, A. Prescott, D. Giovanis, E. 
Dorcsis, L, Bair, K. Gault. C. Banes. L. Koch, M. Lentz, L, 
Christman, L. Garrett 




Index 



Abernelhy. Susan H.. 72, 138, 140, 207 

Abram.s, Joyce L., 114, 121 

Achev, LesEnk B., 144 

Ade,'Marilynn E., 114, 158 

Ahrens, Malcolm B., 114 

Albert, Bruce A.. 114 

Albright, Cinda A., 138, 166, 178 

'Alexander, Mrs. Mary, 30 

Ale.xv. Paul, III, 68 

Allen, William H.. 195 

Althouse, Kerry W., 104, 121, 136, 196, 206 

Alwine, Alice E., 72, 150, 156, 158 

Ankrum. Barbara A., 71, 72, 100, 143, 172, 

176, 177, 207 
Anspach, Jeanne L., 104 
Arndl, Patrick J., 104, 200 
Arnold, Leroy H., 72, 160, 161, 182 
Atkinson, Robert D., 192 
Axman, Stephen J., 198, 205 
Bachtell. D. Larry. 61, 140, 148, 160, 161, 

171 
Baeckert, Cecelia M., 72, 207 
Bair, Leslie F., 104, 143, 178, 189, 195, 207 
Baker, E, Bonita, 118, 160, 164 
Baker, Kenneth M., 2IX) 
Banes, Christine, 72, 138, 207 
Barbaccia, Stephen L.. 104. 196 
Barkow, John W., 1 14 
Bartholomew, David E., 104, 175 
Barto, Margaret J., 68 
Bashore, Dennis T., 72, 140, 144 
Bassett, D. Ann, 114 
Basta, Richard E., 104, 186, 196 
Bean, Bruce L.. 72, 74 
Beardsley, John M., 113, 186 
Behnev, 'Rayanne D., 54, 145, 166 
Behrens, Joel P., 52, 148 
♦Bell, Richard C 32 

Beltz, Barbara A.. 57. 132, 140, 143, 166, 207 
•Bemesderl'er, James O., 24, 172 
Bender, Barrv L., 148 
♦Bender, Mrv Ruth E.. 41 
Bennetch. Suzanne L.. 72, 138, 166, 207 
Bennett, Robert W., 114 
Benninger, Carol L., 116, 177 
Benson, David A., 72 
Berry, K. Scott, 60, 140 
Biehler, Arthur F., 104 
Bmelow, F. Jill, 150, 156, 172 
Bitlmever, Bromlev H., Jr., 73, 192 
Bishop. Ellen J,, 104, 164, 172 
•Bi.ssinger, Dr. Barnard H., 40 
Bitner, John W,, Jr., 114, 158 
Black, Cynthia L., 189, 195 
Blasingame, Judith L.. 1 14 
Blatt, Carol A., 132. 176 
Bloeser. Laurel A., 73, 132. 166, 207 
Bobotas, Taki, 186 
Boffenmyer, John R., 73 
Bohlander, William P., 73 
Boland. Gerald L., 73. 144 
♦Bollinger, O, Pass, 31 
Bollman, Donald P., 73. 170, 186 
Bonnetond, James L., 105 
Bosland, Lois, 195 
Boston, James E., Jr., 73, 166, 170 
Bott, Diane K., 73, 132, 165, 167 
Bower, Richard W., 105, 182, 198 
Bowman. Karen L., 104 
Bowman, Larry A., 115 
Bowman, Thomas B., Jr., 73, 175 
Brandsberg. Steven R., 130, 186 
Brandt, Miriam E., 104, 145 
Brandt, Robert B., 115 
Brauner, Gary N., 50, 62, 134, 171 
Brennan. Peter E., 198 
Brenner, Elaine A.. 68, 132, 177 
Brenner, Eugene C, 115 
Brice, Elmer A., Jr., 1 15 
Brienzo, Carol L., 115 
Brixius, Darryl W., 73. 134. 166 
Brolis, Imantis L., 115 
Bross, Thomas R., 158. 167 
Brothman, Gail V., 105 
Brown, Dennis A., 74, 148, 158 
Brubaker, David A., 104. 134, 142, 167, 200 
Bryden, Doris E., 104 
Bryniarski, Kathleen A., 138 
Buchanan, Deborra E., 189 
Buchanan, Patncia A., 105, 110, 132, 178 
•Bucher. Norman S., 46 



Bucher, William C, 195 

Buck. Richard W.. Jr.. 67, 168, 169, 171 

Buganski, Thomas, 186 

Bunting, Kenneth R, 130, 186, 200 

Burdick, Barry W., 186 

Burian, Carol A., 59 

Burkholder, Harold L., 54, 105, 169 

Burkholder, J. Dean, 167, 192 

Burns. Jerry L., 115. 158 

Burns, Michael R.. 115, 190 

*Burras, Fay B„ 40 

Bush, R. Leslie, 190, 200 

Cadmus. William A., 59, 204, 206 

Cairns, Kathleen M., 64, 172 

Calvert, Ross H., IH, 105, 196 

Cameron, Carole C, 105, 150, 158 

Campbell, Charles E.. Jr., 186 

Campbell, Michael J., 148, 157 

Campbell, Richard E., 60 

Campbell, William E. 105 

Capper, Harry M., 74. 167 

Carissimi, Joan M., 67, 132, 207 

Carlson, Richard J., 58, 144. 166 

•Carmean, D. Clark. 24 

*Carmean, Mrs. Edna. 29 

Carnathan, Polly J,, 105, 138, 150, 156, 176. 

177 
Carpenter, Dale A., 115, 121 
Carpenter, Lauretta E., 105 
Carter, Donald C„ 115 
Casagrand, Susan J., 115, 158 
Cassel, Charlene A., 55 
Caulker, Patrick S., 115 
Cerutti, Diane F.. 105, 150. 156. 158 
Cestone. Joanne, 105, 156, 176 
Chambers, Daniel F.. 64, 136, 186 
Cha.se, G. Suzanne, 74, 100, 150, 176 
Christman, Lois E., 74, 132, 172, 176, 177, 

189, 207 
Church, Marsha A., 115 
Ciarula, Thomas A., 115, 160, 175, 186 
Clark, Carol J., 53, 175 
Clauser, George C. 52, 134, 168 
Clav, Alan B.. 75 
Clemens, Thomas M., 115, 182 
Clipp, Albert L., 172 
Cochran, Joanne M., 66, 132, 140, 176 
Coddington, Cornelius J., 115 
Condon, Karen L., 105. 138 
Conrad, Janice L., 115, 177 
Conrad, Kenneth W.. 55, 168 
♦Cooper, Charles T., 36, 196 
Cooper, James L.. 115 
Cormany. Philip M., 60, 148, 158, 168 
Coupe. William R., Jr.. 115, 186 
Cranston, Joseph J.. 186 
Cromwell. Marcia J., 75, 150, 156, 158 
Crowther, Fredric H., 190 
Cumming, Suzanne B., 75, 132, 178. 189, 207 
Cupp, M. Shephard, 115, 168 
♦Curfman, George D., 42 
Curlev, Charles J.. 60, 148, 160, 171 
Curley, Michael D.. 75, 157, 165, 172 
Curry, Donna L., 68 
D'Ahna, Mar\' B., 75, 138, 177 
D'Augostine, Louis J., 55, 148. 157, 158, 178 
♦Damus, Dr. Hilda M.. 37 
♦Darlington, George L., 38, 186 
Davidson, Mario J.. 115, 174 
Davis, James F,, 106, 190, 192, 200, 206 
Dawson, M. Ann. 75 
Deaven. Shirlev M.. 105 
Decker. Bruce 'R., 103, 105, 136. 186. 192 
DeHart. Charles J.. 75, 165 
Deitrich, Cecelia M., 75, 176, 177 
Dellinger, Patricia A., 59 
DeMarco. Anthony M., Jr.. 186 
Denelsbeck, John's., 66, 182 
DePiper, Geret P., 75 
Detwiler, Frederick E., 105, 130, 192, 200 
Devitz. Julianne C. 75 
Diehl, David A.. 115 
Diehl, Donna K., 69 
Dill, JoAnn, 64, 132, 143, 166, 171, 2(57 
Dinger, Henry D., 115 
Ditzler. Warren D., 76. 165 
Doll. Jane E.. 68. 138. 170 
Donaldson. Alan S., 62 
Donmoyer. Judith E.. 50. 59. 132. 140. 160. 

166. 170. 207 
Dorcsis. Elaine M.. 105. 207 



Dottolo. John. 115. 195 

Doughertv, John E., IIL 62, 134 

Dovfe, Charles L., 56 

Dreibelbis, Carolyn B.. 76, 166 

Drouncheck. Michael A., 115 

Dubbs, Lynn V.. 58 

Dumbauld. Jack E., 76 

Dunham, Marian L., 69, 158 

Dunn, Arthur R.. Jr.. 61, 130 

Eastman, Maryann, 105, 178, 189, 207 

♦Ebersole, Dr. Cloyd E., 34 

Eberl, William, 103, 186 

Edgecomb, Carol A.. 76, 165, 166, 207 

Eaae, Kenneth L., 66 

♦Ehrhart, Dr. Carl Y.. 20 

Ehrlich, Heather R., 76, 166 

Etcher, Linda L., 105, 164 

Eisenhart, William B., 105, 136 

Else, Janet M.. 76, 77, 101, 132, 143, 178. 

189, 207 
Embich, Thomas R., 62, 134, 144, 166 
Enck, Robert E., 58, 134. 166 
Engle. Paul G.. 186 
English. A. James. 105, 160, 182 
ErcJman, Gregory L., 130, 186 
Erir, Charles G.. 105 
Eshelman, Carol E.. 76. 78, 150, 156, 158 
Evans, James T.. 105, 186. 198 
Evans. Robert B.. 67 
♦Faber, Dr. Anna D.. 35 
Fackler. Rebecca L., 76, 140, 168, 207 
♦Fairlamb, William H., 41 
Falato, Thomas J.. 186. 198 
Fasnacht, L. John. 76, 186 
Fauber, Stephanie J., 106, 150 
♦Faust, Martha C. 22 
•Fehr, Alex J., 39 
Ferry, Lynda J., 76. 140. 158, 175 
Fetters, David A., 105 
♦Fields, Donald E.. 25 
♦Fields, Mrs. Francis T., 36 
Fine, Valerie A., 115, 164 
Flud, Thomas W.. 116 
Fogg, Norman W., Jr., 105, 166, 182 
Foltz, Sara E., 174 
♦Ford. Dr. Arthur L.. 35 
Forkel, Phyllis J., 158 
Forker, Judith E., 105, 150, 158 
Foster, Judith J., 116 
Foster, Joseph N., 66, 142, 157, 200 
Foutz, Paul B„ 77, 168 
Fox, Robert S., 105, 172, 182 
Foxall, Thomas L.. 77 
Frantz, James T.. Jr., 105 
Fraylic, James B.. 1 16 
Frederick, Gary D., 105, 166, 182 
Frev, LeRoy G.. 77. 166. 182 
Frey. Robert E.. Jr., 116. 160 
Fry; Alan K.. 77. 136 
Fulk. George N., 60. 134. 172 
Fultz. Gloria S.. 105. 176. 177 
Fur,st. W.. Daniel. 65. 136. 166 
Gable. Roberta J.. 65, 166, 171 
Galat, John M., 65, 136, 166 
Gangwer, Thomas E., 78. 186 
Garbnck, Quinetta D., 105, 168 
Garrett, Lynn, 78, 132, 172, 176, 177, 189, 

207 
♦Garman, Mrs. E. Elizabeth, 38, 195 
♦Garthly, Mrs. Elizabeth V., 30 
♦Gates, G., Thomas, 33 
Gates, Paul R., 1 16 
♦Geffen. Dr. Elizabeth M., 39 
Gehris. Marcia J.. 105, 150, 158 
George, Sandra L., 116, 156 
Gessner, Janet L.. 70. 78, 132, 176, 177, 189, 

207 
Gettle, Judy A., 78, 145, 176, 178 
♦Getz, Pierce A., 42 
Gibble, Rachel L., 57, 150, 156, 158 
Giles, Harold F., 63. 166 
Giovanis, Diane, 105, 178, 189,207 
Giraffa, Pietro D., Jr.. 78, 186 
Glen, George S., 174 
Godshall, Sally L., 121, 158, 189, 195 
Goodling. Robert W.. 58. 148, 171 
Govier, M. Joyce, 78 
Grabusky. John M., 205 
Grace, Carol J., 54 
Graham, Robert E., Jr., 136 
Graybill, Rhoda L., 105 



Green. Carole J.. 116. 158 

Green, Susan J.. 60, 150 

Gremer. Robert C. 116, 158 

*Grimm. Dr. Samuel O., 45 

Grimm, Svlvia A., 69 

♦Gnswold. Dr. Robert E.. 33 

GrolT. Stephen A.. 79, 182 

Gullev. Manlv-n A.. 66. 158 

Gulli.'Paul M"., 116 

Gunderson, Linda M., 116, 170 

Gunther, Garent R., 198 

Guvler, Karl E., 105, 148, 166. 182 

Haaue. Alan P.. 70. 79. 81. 130. 140. 142 

r69. 206 
Haight. Donald A., 79, 136, 137, 172 
Haiaht, Everett A.. 79 
Hair. Dale. 79 
Hall, Mar\' Jane, 79, 138 
Halladay,'john A.. 79. 192 
Halladay. Mars A.. 67 
Hamilton. Margaret L.. 79 
Hammacher. Everett .X.. 105. 148 
*Hanioan. Mrs. Ethel. 30 
Hannon. Kathleen M.. 79, 132, 170 
*Hansen, Mrs. Geilan. 37 
Hardenstine. Margie L., 116 
Hardie, Bruce D.,"l05, 182 
Harro, Roberta L., 113, 118, 140, 189, 195 
Haslam, James W., 105, 160. 182 
Hatch. Roger W.. Jr.. 175 
Havens. John W.. Jr.. 65. 186 
Hawbaker. Sonja L.. 79. 156. 158, 172 
Hawk, Robert B., 64, 186 
Heagv. Ralph L.. 80 
HecC; Ronald W.. 106. 157 
Hetfner. John H.. 80, 167 
Heilman, Jean L.. 106. 156 
Heizmann. Clifford L.. 64. 134. 168. 174 
*He!liar. \V. .Anne. 26 
Hemmaplardh. Konkun. 113. 117 
Hendrickson. Nancv L., 106, 132, 143. 178 
*Hennmg. Paul F..'40 
*Herr. Mrs. June E.. 34 
•Hess. Dr. Paul W.. 31 
Hess. Paula K.. 138. 195. 207 
Hetzer. Lmda C. 106 
Hicks. Terrv W.. 80 
Hill. Janet L.. 80. 97. 138. 195. 207 
Himmelberger. David V.. 205 
Hoch. Franklin S.. 106. 157 
Hocklev. John L.. 116 
Hoeflic'h, Carol A.. 117. 177 
Hoener. Clarence E. Jr.. 204 
Hoffman. James R.. 106, 158 
Hofman, Jon E., 80, 204 
Hot'mann, Rolanda M.. 116. 120. 121 
Hoffner. David A,. 182 
Hohenshelt. George W. II, 198, 205 
Hollen, Micheal R., 105 
Hollinger, Nancv J., 158 
•Hollingsworth.'Dr. Harold C, 46 
Holtzman, Mark G.. 80, 130, 169 
Hoover, Gregory P., 80 
Hopkins, Helaine R., 66, 140, 170, 175 
Horn, Mary Ann. 106, 164, 170 
Hornberger, Charles K.. 80. 148, 156 l';8 

160 
Horning, Carl E., 80 
Horst. Glen I.. 56, 200 
Horton, Sue A., 67, 132, 188 
Hostetter, Marv A., 80. 145 
Houck. Eileen L., 117 
Houser. Beverly A.. 121 
Hovetter. Joseph E.. 186. 196 
Howie. John. 186. 196 
Hughes. Sandra D.. 106. 132. 168. 188 
Hummer, Julia M., 1 17 
Hunsicker, James R.. 116 
Hunsicker. Virginia L., 106. 158, 160 
Hunter, Robert G. Jr.. 117 
III. John J.. 117 
litis. Jeffer, P.. 116 
Ingalls, David P., 61, 130, 174 
Irwin. Carol A.. 118. 177 
Jackson. Ellen M.. 69. 176, 177 
Jacobs. Llovd D., 106. 182 
Jacobs. Stephen M., 81, 136, 140 
'Jamanis, Michael, 42 
Jennings, Robert G.. 106. 134. 178 
Jones. Connie L.. 117, 177, 189, 207 
Jones, Margaret L., 106, 132, 143 
Jones, Michael R.. 106. 136. 178 
Jones. Michael S., 198 
Jones, Susan K., 106, 138, 195, 207 
Joy, Elaine W., 81, 132, 176 
•Joyce, Richard A., 40 



Jungmann, Donna K.. 81 

•Ka'ebnick. Winifred L.. 47 

Kain. James E. Jr.. 106. 157. 158 

Kamara. Mamie M.. 57. 138. 156 

Kamuvu. Michael M.. 60. 200 

Kane.'Kevin D.. 186 

Kaneda. Robert R.. 186 

Kaplan. Paul S. 198 

Karhumaa. Karen M.. 117 

Karver. Dana C. 117 

Katzman. Eugene. 167 

Kauffelt. Nanl'v M.. 106 

Kauffman. Ellen R.. 53. 158 

Kauffman. Jack. 63. 70, 130, 164, 169. 200 

Kauffman. Larry L.. 81. 136. 198 

Kaut'mann. Jeanne K.. 120. 189 

Kaut'mann. Richard W., 106. 121. 136 U"" 
178, 196, 206 

Kaut'mann, Robert A., 70. 82. 121. 136, 196 

Keck, Kathleen A.. 117 

Keel'er. Paul L. Jr.. 56. 136 

Keehn, David P., 82, 148, 156 

Kehr. Philip E., 106 

•Keller, Mrs. Bonnie P.. 42 

Keperling, David L., 54. 134. 169, 170 

Keperling, Lmda D., 54, 169, 170, 172 

Kern, Luanne E.. 158. 176. 177 

Kimmich, Dons J., 50, 68. 138. 167. 171. 207 

King. George J.. 82. 140. 142. 169 

Kirbv. Karen J.. 115. 121 

Kisiel. Edwin C. Jr.. 82. 148, 165, 175 

Kitchell, Donald B., 64, 148, 157 

Kleppinger. Earl G.. 186 

Klick. itaren S.. 83 

Kline. Carol P., 83, 150 

Klme. William E.. 117 

Klugh. Benjamin F. Jr., 190 

•Kn'iirr. Charlotte F.. 46 

Knarr. James S.. 59 

Knier. Barrv L.. 53 

Knopf. .Andrea F.. 83, 138, 207 

Koch, Eileen J.. 117 

Koch. Lucille A.. 106. 166, 195. 207 

Koehler. Janice A., 83, 160, 165, 207 

Kolle, Edward A., 106 

Kopenhaver, Jerrold C. 53 

Kornmever. Robin A.. 186 

Kortum." Sue M.. 150. 156 

Kowach, Helen B., 83. 164, 207 

Kreamcr. Keith G.. 83 

Kreiser. Ellen P.. 54, 166 

Kreiser, Janice E., 106. 150, 156, 176 

Krikorv, Kathleen M., 69. 158 

Kuhn. Frank A. Jr.. 192. 195 

Kulbaka. Frances N.. 174. 176. 177. 207 

Laanc. Agu, 117. 190. 196 

LaBella. Mary L.. 189. 207 

Lake. Howard L.. 64 

Lamont. William J. Jr.. 62. 198 

Lancaster. Susan .A.. 106. 108 

•Landis. Kenneth L.. 43 

Landis. Ronald E.. 117 

•Lanese. Thomas A.. 43 

Lapp. Donna L.. 1 17 

Latherow. Ellen M., 83. 167. 176. 207 

Laughcad. Robert A.. 83, 121, 196. 206 

Lauver. E. Eugene. 83. 136 

Lavne. Carl R':. 196 

LeBaron. Duane H. Jr.. 53. 130 

LeFevre. Lucy A.. 53. 156 

Lehman. Dennis M.. 83. 134 

Leibv. LeAnn A.. 59, 138. 176 

Leidich, Ann M., 64, 132, 170, 207 

Leitner, Kermil R., 84, 134 

Lentz, Marv J., 106, 138, 177, 189, 195, 207 

Levens, Elizabeth J.. 138. 195, 207 

•Lewin, Mrs. Mary B., 41 

Light. Larry L.. 84, 186. 200. 206 

Light. Man,' A.. 107, 132 

Linebaugh,' Craig W.. 118 

Linker. Erich G.. 117, 192. 195 

Linton. John C. 65, 136, 142. 170, 171 

Lippert, Marv J.. 84, 150, 158 

Little, Margaret A.. 117. 189 

•Lockwooif, Dr. Carl L., 32 

Lokey. Dell E,. 84. 138, 195 

Lombard!. Marianne. 84, 166 

•Long, David M.. 28 

Long. Gretchen A. E., 61, 150, 156, 158, 171 

Long, Ronald L.. 106 

Long. Ruth E.. 84, 150. 156 

Long, Theodore K., 204 

Looker, Julia E., 69, I.W. 189. 195. 207 

Lovegren. Lars J,. 106. 158 

Ludwig. Sandra K.. 106, 166 

Macaw, Barbara J., 67, 138, 143, 166, 171. 



178. 189. 195. 207 
MacGregor. Glenn H.. 84, 130 
Maclarvrjohn D. Jr., 136, 174, 178, 200 
MacNew, William T.. 186 
Magazino. James G.. 84 
•Magee. Dr. Richard D.. 45 
Mallon. Michael B., IIS 
•Malm. Dr. Sylvia R.. 3 I 
Mann. James C, 57, 140, 164, 168, 169 
Manning, Robert K.. 136. 200 
Manwiller. Judith L.. 84 
•Marquette. George R.. 23 
Marshall. Carl L.."l06 
Marshall. Georgia L.. 106, 156, 158 
Martalus. Robert J., 65. 136. 174. 186 ""OO 

206 
Martancik. John E.. 195 
Martin, Sue A., 54, 169 
MaLsko, Robert P.. 62. 134 
Matz. Kenneth H. Jr.. 84 
Maurer, Daniel L.. 59 
•Mavhoffer. George P.. 38. 192. 195. 200 
McCann. Barbara "j.. 118. 156. 160 
•McCrorv. James F.. 45 
McClelland. Jean K.. 107. 156. 158 
McCleaf. Rosemarv S.. 85, 177, 188 
McComsey, K. Christine. 85. 156. 158. 164. 

165 
McCrarv. Chervl L.. 107. 150. 156 
McCullough. Jeffery S., 85. 144, 158 
McFadden. John R.. 85. L36. 178 
•McHenrv. J. Robert. 38. 190. 192. 198 
•McHenry. William D.. 39. 186, 198, 205 
McKinnev, James M.. 61 
•McKlveen. Dr. Gilert D.. 34 
McMinis. Jovce E., 85, 176, 177 
McQuate, Robert S.. 144. 178. 182 
Mead. Robert W., 85. 186 
Melman. Cvnthia S., 138, 178, 195, 207 
Mengel. Jav A.. 86. 134, 196 
Merlo, Janet A.. 86, 132 
Merrill, Dorothv B,. 118, 158 
Meyer, Mimi, 85. 86. 172. 178. 207 
Me'vers. Joseph M.. 118 
•Mezoff. Earl R.. 21 
\ Micka. Thomas A.. 134. 190, 200 
•Millard, Mrs. Margaret. 28 
Miller. Carl E.. 107" 
Miller, Dean E., 86 
Miller. Diana L.. 188 
•Miller. Dr. Frederick K.. 19 
Miller. Garv W.. 87, 148, 158, 160, 161 
Miller, Gregorv J.. 87 
Miller. James J.. 87 
Miller, Marjorie J.. 150. 156. 158 
Miller, Ronald W., 1 18 
Miller, Stuarl W.. 87. 192 
Miller. William H.. 63. 134 
Miller. William K.. 148. \%. 158. 161 
Mills. Bonnie C. 62 
Mills. Terrv. 107 
Miller. Ernest H., III. 174. 186 
Misal. Dennis A.. 130. 178 
•Monteith. Mrs. Ann. 29 
Moonev. Patricia C. 87. 101. 132. 189 
Moore,' Henrv H.. 87 
Moritz. Richard T.. 87. 134 
Morrison. Lawrence S.. I 18 
Morton. John M.. 87. 172 
Moss. Lawrence R.. 87. 168 
Mowrer. Charles W.. 186, 198, 205 
Mover, George R.. 107 
Mover. Richard H,, 186 
Mover, William W.. I 18 
Mover. William Z. 192 
Mu'rphv. David M.. 186 
Murph'v. Jeannette A.. 87. 150 
Murphv, Paul C. 60. 134. 190, 198 
Myers, David E.. 118 
Myers. Gregorv C. I 18 
MvHv. Marion' L.. 107. 175 
Nauale. Carol A.. 52. 150. 156 
♦Neidig. Dr. Howard A.. 32 
Nelson. H. Jean, 88, 156, 158 
Nelson. Randall 88 
Nestor. Lois J.. 88. 98, 174 
Newcomer. James R.. 70. 86. 88. 9h. 142 
Newman. John R.. 195 
New-master, Ronald D., 66, 144, 167, 175 
Nicholls, Grant T.. 88. 206 
Nieburg. Lewis J.. 88. 165. 182 
Nitka. Anthony T.. 118. 190 
Nornhold, John S.. 116 
Norlhcutt. William C 198 
O'Brien, Sharon A.. 107 
Ochoa, Carol, 67, 132 



*0'Donncll. Mrs. Annes B.. 35 

*0'Donnell. J. Robert, 45 

O'Hara. Daniel D,. 1 18 

O'Hara, Paul D.. 107. 182 

Ossmann. Gre°orv K., 105. 130. 175. 178 

Ott, Gregory A.. l07 

Painter, Larry J., 67, 134, 176, 186, 200 

Paist. Carol A., 88, 138, 156. 158 

*Parker, Mrs. Annamarie, 30 

Patrick, Dennis, E.. 107. 158 

Paumer. Vivian L., 88 

Pennev, John C. Jr.. 118 

Perlaki, Concetta M.. 65. 132, 207 

Perlaki. Thomas N.. 204 

Peters. Elaine Y., 118, 177 

Peterson. Ruth Ann, 118 

Pfeil, Ruth Ann, 118 

Phelps. Glen A.. 118. 158 

Pickard. Paul F.. 88. 164 

Pickard. Phvllis A.. 69, 172. 177 

*Picl. Dr. S' Elizabeth, 36 

Pierce, Linda L., 88. 166. 207 

Pinnel. Patricia A.. 107, 132, 166 

Pinkerton, Barbara L., 89, 150, 156, 158 

Poorman, Ronald E., 107. 148. 158 

Posten. Robert W.. 68, 157 

Powell, Robert D,. 89 

Prescolt. Anne L., 107, 132, 188, 207 

Procopio. John R.. 186 

Ptacek. Sherrie. 107. 172, 176. 177 

Quickel. Lois E.. 69. 171. 172, 176, 177 

Radlof. Linda R,. 107. 170 

*Ramsay. John P.. 36 

Ranc, David G.. 107. 174. 186, 196, 206 

Rau, Patricia A., 1 18 

*Reeve, E. Joan. 43 

Reid, Jack R,, 166, 182 

Rcidenbach, Raymond J., 89, 136 

Rci-le. Patricia V.. 89 

Rcist, Larry F.. IL 118, 160, 175 

Renninaer, Sandra J.. 68 

Rcnshaw. Craig H.. 63, 170 

Rentzel, Bradley E.. 50. 60, 134. 140, 142 

157, 171. 172' 
Rhawn. Deborah A.. 107, 132. 176. 177 
♦Rhodes. Dr. Jacob L.. 45 
Rice. Frank L., 107, 148 
Rice, Rita 1., 55, 138. 195 
Richard. Ann B., 107 
*Richards. Dr. Benjamin A.. 44 
Richcreek. Ronald "L.. 89, 134, 160. 161 
Ricdel. Joel S.. 118. 160 
Riedman, Lawrence F.. 118 
Rife, James M.. 107 
♦Riley. Robert C . 27 
Ritter. Holly A,, 118 
Robertson. "Barbara R. 107, 174. 176, 177. 

178, 188, 189, 207 
Robinson, Nancy L.. 107. 132. 178 
Rogers, David R.. 52 
Rogers, Jonathan J., 1 13. 1 18 
Rogers. Martin W.. Jr., 130. 174 
Rohrbaugh. Patricia A., 89. 150. 158 
Rohrer. tinda. 52. 143, 160, I6l. 171. 207 
Rondeau. Patrick E., 107 
Roth. Robert A., 58, 144 
Rothermel, Linda S.. 107. I. so 
*Rovers, Reynaldo, 43 
Rovers, Reynaldo T.. 58, 134 
Sabold, Carl R.. 90, 98, 130, 140, 190 
Sakaguchi, Kiyofumi, 57. 136 
.Salmon, Katrinka A., 90, 132, 140. 143. 165 
.Sans. Mitzi. J.. 118. 189 
Sawyer. John C. 90. 134. 140. 160. 172 
*Saylor. Mrs. Malin. 37 
Scharmann. Susan J.. I 18 
Schauer. Larry L . 90. 148 
Schellenberg. Nancy L.. 91, 137, 138, 143, 

188, 207 
Schimpf, Dale C. 108. 148. 156, 158 
Schmid. Barrie E.. 108, 130 
Schmit/, Barbara, 108 
Schmuck, Keith J,, 108. 182 
Schocnlv. Stuart G,, 91. 136. 165. 167 
Schreiber, Henrv D., 186 
Schwalm, Jack S., 63, 148, 157, 158. I6i 
Schwartz, Anna R., 91, 150 
Schworer, Charles M.. 108 
Scott. Gregory E.. 113. 142. 186 
Seacat. Cheryl A.. 91. 138. 164 



Seamon, Holes S.. Jr.. 118 

Seland. Paul A.. Jr.. 91. 148 

Semon. Arthur D.. 91 

Senler. Lynda S.. 91. 140. 150. 156, 158 

Serfass, Mary Jane, 52, 158 

Shaffer. Eugene. K.. 186 

Shaffer. Ronald B.. 108, 166. 182 

Shanaman. Susan M.. 91 

Sharnetzka. C. Scott, 91, 148, 157 

Sharrow, William D., 108, 156, 158 

Shatto, M, Thomas, 91 

Shaw, Patricia E.. 68, 150 

*Shav, Dr. Ralph S., 39 

Shea'rer, James M., 92. 108. 174 

Shedenhelm. Susan J.. 118 

Shemas. Margeret K.. 118 

Shencnherger. William E.. 157 

Shenk. Alan E.. 108. 200 

Sherman. Robert C. 115. 157. 158 

Shermever. Rae A.. 92. 166 

Shettel.'Rae L.. 189 

Shimada. Tomoko S., 62 

Shiner. Patricia L.. 92 

Shipley. Eric H.. 119 

Shober, Judith N., 68 

Shonk, Thomas H., 52, 157, 158 

♦Showers. Richard V.. 26. 164 

Shue. Susan J.. 158 

Shuev. John E.. 54. 169 

Shuster. Janice J.. 115. 121. 189. 195 

Shuttlesworth. Duane E.. 130, 170 

Silvers. Damon L.. IIL 56 

Simington, Richard N.. 92 

Simmers, Donna F.. 65. 166 

Simpson, Patrick J., 92, 192 

Sipe. Kenneth L,. 108. 164. 172 

Slade. D. Jean. 89. 92. 132. 143 

Slonaker, Jerry P., 92 

Smith, Charles M., 186 

Smith, Mary P.. 55. 138, 189, 195, 207 

Smith. Ronald J.. 186. 196 

♦Smith. Robert W., 41 

Smith. Walter L,. IIL 58. 134. 204, 205 

Smith, Ward O.. IIL 53 

Suavely. Stanley A., 92, 200 

Snovci Dennis' R.. 195 

♦Snyder. Kenneth, 186 

♦Souchet, Claude, 37 

Spancake, William A.. 92, 169, 186 

Speer, Cheryl J.. 57, 132, 140, 172, 188, 207 

Spieczny, Theodore J., 186 

Spinelli, William H., 56, 136 

Sporv, Linda L.. 93. 138, 174, 176. 207 

♦Stachow. Frank E,. 43 

Stambach. Susan K., 119, 177 

Stanilla, David L.. 108. 167 

Stanton. Jay S.. 200. 205 

Stark. Susan J. L.. 189 

Stauffer. George A.. 108. 198 

Stearn. Francis M.. IV. 59 

Stecker. Patricia. 93. 143 

Steffy. Allen W.. Jr.. 108. 168 

Stehler. Constance M.. 108 

Stein. Janet C. 67. 138. 176. 178. 207 

Stevick. Glenn E.. 200 

Stitt. Ida L.. 108. 156. 176 

Stock. Paula C. 119 

♦Stokes, Dr. Milton L., 34 

Stoner, Fred E., 119 

Stoltlemeyer, David L., 158 

Stowe, Carol A., 69, 143, 150, 156 

♦Strickler, Evalvnn. 47 

Stnckler. Vivian E.. I 19. 121 

Strong. Glenn M., 108, 178, 182 

♦Strufile, Dr. George G., 35 

♦Struble. Mrs. Lillie. 28 

Svirsko. Thomas M.. 186 

Swalm, Carol L., 93, 177, 207 

Swartz, Susan K., 93. 136 

Swartz, Terrence L,, 94 

Swenson, Nancy A.. 115 

Swonger, Elaine L,, 195, 207 

Talek'Nina E., 150. 172 

Taylor. Joan R., 94. 138, 166. 207 

Taylor. Larry R., 109, 166, 182 

Templin, Helen E.. 109. 158 

Te/ak. Barbara A., 156 

Thomas, Gregory M.. 119 

Thomas, J, K'ennelh, 94, \i6. 168, 200 

Thomas, Phyllis A.. 189 



Thompson, PhiUip E.. 94, 167, 182 

Thompson, Rae L., 109, 170 

Thompson, William M., 67, 109 

♦Thurmond, Dr. James M., 44 

Tietze. Paul G., 66 

Timlin. Frank M.. 186 

♦Titcomb, Dr. Eleanor, 37 

Tjhin, Martha K.. 65, 138 

Todd, Harold J.. 109, 186 

♦Tom, Dr. C. F. Joseph, 33 

Tompkins, Leta L., 109, 177 

Torre, Joseph A., 103. 186. 196 

Toth. Carol L.. 68. 138. 176. 177 

Trayer. Ronald T.. 57. 136. 148 

♦Tredick. Mrs. William. 29 

Trefsgar. Brooks K.. 56. 174 

Treftz. Nancy S. B., 55 

♦Troutman. Dr. Perry J.. 47 

Tulh. Dennis J., 109. 169. 186 

Turkington. Barbara J.. 109. 132. 140. 177. 

188 
Ulrich. Debra A.. 109 
LJmberger. Margaret W.. 156 
Unang.sl. Kathleen L.. 1 19 
Unger. Robert L.. 186. 196. 198 
Updegrove. Edward J.. Jr.. 63 
Urick. Diane E.. 109 
VanCamp. James R.. 94. 175 
Vonhauser. Joan E.. 1 19 
Wagner. Rebecca A.. 94 
Wafker. P. David. 94 
♦Wallace. Dr. Paul A., 27 
Walsh. Robert J.. 1 19. 160 
Ward. Paula K.. 57. 140. 150. 156. 158. 207 
Waring. James M.. 68. 190 
Warner. Beverly A.. 119. 156 
Watkms. Norman C. 94. 166. 172 
Weber. Joan L., 109, 132, 160. 172 
Weil. Lois A.. 94 
Welsh, Bruce T., 119 
Wenger, Carlin L.. 186 
Wennerholm. Merry L.. 119 
Wenrich. James T.. 109, 172 
Werner. Paul L.. 119 
Werrell. Patricia S.. 118. 177 
Wertsch. Harrv W.. 94. 134. 196. 205 
West. Barbara'J.. 95. 138. 170 
West. Janice R.. 103. 132 
West. Richard A,. 136 
♦Wethington. Dr. L. Elbert, 46 
Wheeler. William K.. 142 
White. Barbara C. 132 
♦Wicder. Homer W.. 35 
Wiest. John A.. Jr., 50, 67, 130, 142 
Willauer. Kent C. 186 
Williams, Paul D., 160, 182 
Williams, Richard E., 90, 95, 97, 134, 140, 

142, 165. 172. 190. 200, 205, 206 
Willman, Samuel A.. 58. 196. 204. 205. 206 
Willman. Susan M.. 119. 134 
♦Wilson. Dr. Francis H., 30 
Winemiller, Douglas R., 1.%, 157 
Winslow, JoAnn, 109 
Witt, Dean R., 119 
Witter, Constance J.. 95. 177 
Wla.sova. Wanda. 95. 177 
♦Wolf. Paul L.. 31 
Woodbury. Susan M.. 95 
Woodman. Steven R.. 186 
♦Woods. Glenn H.. 36 
Wubbena. Jan H.. 109, 148 
Wubbena, L, M. Luise. 53. 156. 158, 176 
Yarger, Ronald G., 109, 148 
Yeager. Valerie A., 93, 95, 96, 132, 140, 165, 

170 
Yeagley, JoAnn, 189 
Yerger: John R., 95, 148. 156 
You'ng. Bonita J.. 67. 132. 188. 207 
Zart. Harry C. 95. 134 
Zech. Janet I.. 109. 138. 158 
Zelenak. Kathleen M.. 109. 138. 176. 177 
Zinimerer. Karl M.. 200 
♦Zimmerman. Mrs. Leah M.. 44 
Zimmerman. Thomas S.. I 19 
Zimmerman. William S.. 198 
Zvamunt. Ronald J.. 140. 166. 182 



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17 E. Main Street 
Annville, Pennsylvania 



Paul Kettering Sporting Goods 



104 W. Main Street 
Annville, Pennsylvania 



Davis Pharmacy 

9-11 W. Main Street 
Annville, Pennsylvania 



W. T. Grant Co. 

"Known For Values" 

Lebanon Valley Shopping Center 

Palmyra, Pennsylvania 



Goodman's Flowers 

131 N. Railroad Street 
838-9191 Palmyra 



Jack F. Carpenter 

Gulf Service 

233 W. Penn Avenue 

Cleona, Pa. 



H. L. Meyer Inc. 

Dist. Citco 
Cleona, Pa. 



Dutch Diner 

Restaurant and Motel 
Palmyra, Pa. 



Ferry's 

Valley Trust Building 
Palmyra, Pennsylvania 



Pomeroy's 

Lebanon 
Pa. 



Hollinger Glass Co. 

25 S. 10th Street 
Lebanon, Pa. 



Royer's Flower Shop 

810 S. 12th Street 
Lebanon, Pa. 







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jdgements 




The 1968 Quittapahilla would like to express its appreciation to 
the following, who gave us their cooperation and assistance in 
compiling this book: 

Lebanon Valley College of 1968: The Administration. Faculty 
and Students 

Public Relations: The Re\'. Bruce Souders. Richard Showers. 
Mrs. Ann K. Monteith 

American Yearbook Company: Neal Lavscr. representative 

William's Studio— William Buser. William Lau. photographers 



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And so we lay a foundation and begin to build; 
But, what must we resolve in order to progress? 
A war in Vietnam 

Will our striving achieve our goals? 
The dignity of Man 

Will our understanding aUow justice and equahty? 
Our UUimate concern 

Will our beheving secure our thoughts? 
The way may be uncertain, and the demands many; 
But may our foundation prove to be firm.