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UNION COLLEGE 

BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 




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the 1962 stespean 



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published by student publications of union college, 
barbourville, kentucky 



james r. manuel, editor 

robert s. peterson, business manager 




dedication 4 

historical sketch . 7 

administration 15 

students 35 

traditions 87 

organizations 97 

off campus 133 

athletics 139 

activities 151 

advertizers 163 

index 164 



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dr. w. g. marigold 



in a world constantly pressing 
to its idea of success, 

what can we say of the learned 
man? 

can we number the long hours 
spent in foreign libraries — 

can we say that he is at home in 
the age of durer, of goethe, 
of mann — 

that he cherishes the memory of 
lofty cathedrals and uni- 
versity towns — 

that his ear listens beyond 
the ordinary 

and taps the well spring of 
language with sensitivity 
and understanding — 

that he lives the arts and yet 
is not a stranger to the 
world around him — 

or that the chalk on his sleeve 
deceives us, 

and we remember him as our teach- 
er and friend. 



dpf. 



viewing 



student teochers learn about class attention from chart made 
from actual observation. 



education 

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dr. simms explains to lois crowe the interpretation of a 
psychological exam score. 



health Mnb physical 
education 




women students attend required physical education class. 



recreation and physical training may be obtained by the 
students at the pool. 



fine APts 





piano instruction is given by mr. kelly to a music major. 



set construction for major dramatic productions are super- 
vised by mr. gilbert. 




music student receives lesson on playing the organ by mr. hays 




Languages 




dr. marigold instructs workship students on the language 
laboratory program. 




mrs. marigold conducts an informal conversational trench 
class. 



enqLish 

fRench 

qeRman 




mrs. mcmahon explains corrections made to student's, term 
paper. 



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dr. hoeltje discusses the english requirements at union. 



sciences 





professor hansen assists students in identifying the various 
parts of the heart. 



tony Jones confers with dr. alien about the procedure in bal- 
ancing a redox equation. 





professor pettus offers additional help to student studying 
mathematics. 



various textile materials are examined in home economics 
class by miss lay and students. 



-BioLoqy 
-chemistRy 
mathematics 
-home economics 




dr. steinkraus and students in an informal conversation. 



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ReLiqion 

and 

philosophy 




dr. matthews points out historical biblical cities in Palestine. 




president miller addresses the freshman class. 



solitude. 



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social studies 





dr. bradley explains the use of microfilm os a research 
tool in modern history. 



business majors are taught latest procedures by miss milliken. 





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students learn sociology through role playing. 



miss millen prepares to lecture for government class. 

-Business 
-economics 
-histORy an6 
poLiticaL science 
-sociology 



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Reflecting 



on 





arbor day 1910 



student body and faculty — 1909-10 




girl's dormitory room in speed hall about 1910 





costellow drug store (now corner drug) 



baseball team about 1910 




professor lewis' math class — 1910 



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Stevenson hall — 1910 




downtown barbourville store — 1908 




expression class 




classroom early 1900's 




professor lewis' latin class — 1908 



the 



past 




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Looking m 



to 




physical education building 




science building 



the major building projects that are to be 
accomplished in the next few years are the new 
science building, physical education plant, and 
an addition to the library. 




the 



future 



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addition to library building 



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the good man is the builder, if he builds what 

is good. 
i will show you the things that are now being 

done, 
and some of the things that were long ago done, 

that you may take heart. 

t. s. eliot 



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the campus spirit this year reflects a 
strong feeling of high hope for the future, 
the creation of new faculty and adminis- 
trative positions, significant raises in 
salaries, the increasing number of new 
faculty homes being built, and the 
announcement of a multi-million dollar 
building program are all indications of 
a new era of progress for union college, 
improvements in curriculum, quality of 
instruction, and honors work are also in 
the air as complementary aims in the 
overall growth and development, religious 
purposes also seem headed towards 
deeper realization with the unique chapel 
services featuring student-speaker dis- 
cussions prior to the chapel address, and 
with the vesper services presenting some 
of america's best preachers, we are, of 
course, not satisfied with what has been 
done, we are always aware of serious 
inadequacies, these are both the burdens 
of our christian conscience and the 
challenge for the years ahead, still it is 
gratifying to know that through all levels 
of the college community there is a 
general mood of raising confidence in our 
ability to make union a place of increas- 
ing intellectual and spiritual depth. 



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dr. rnahlon a. miller 



the 



president 




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dr. John h. boyd, a.b.. 



i. a., ed.d. 



during dr. boyd's seven years as dean ot 
union college, the curriculum has been greatly 
improved, he has secured state accreditation 
of union's teacher training program and has 
been working on accreditation of union's mas- 
ter's in education program this year. 

while president of the kentucky education 
association, dr. boyd led in the establishment 
of the minimum foundation program, he has 
shown his ability in his work for the education- 
al program of the state and of union college. 



rev. donald welch, a.b , b.d 

reverend donald welch took over the newly 
created post of campus minister this year, 
having previously served as dean of men. 

the duties of the campus minister are two- 
fold, he is chairman of the religious life com- 
mittee and administers the religious life pro- 
gram on campus, and he is pastor and coun- 
selor of the students and faculty. 




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dr. mary owen 

a.b., m.a., ph.d. 
dean of women 



dr. paul g. blacketor 

b.s., m.s., m.a., ed.d. 
dean of students 



dorothy lucas 

b.r.e., m.a. 
registrar 



arrhur e. spurlock 

b.s., m.s. 
business manager and treasurer 



milron h. townsend 

a.b., m.a. 

director of public relations and alumni 

affairs 



marshall b. potter 

superintendent of buildings and 
grounds 




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education 




dr. charles w. simms 

b.s., m.a., ph.d. 

chairman of division of 

education; head of department of 

education; professor of education 



the education division is primarily con- 
cerned with the teacher education program, 
this division is interested in teachers' having 
a broad general education and in their being 
well-educated in their own subject matter 
field. 

practice teaching in union's curriculum is 
done by every future teacher of the teacher 
education program, the objectives of this 
program are: helping the student teacher to 
receive an insight into the social, natural, 
and ethical world in which he lives, guiding 
him into applying principles of good teach- 
ing and learning, and guiding him into dis- 
covering his own abilities and aptitudes in his 
skills and talents. 



karhleen moore 

a.b., m.a. 

associate professor of elementary 

education 





warren robbins 

b.s., m.a. 

associate professor of education 

and supervisor of student 

teaching 



dr. paul g. blackeror 

b.s., m.s., m.a., ed.d. 
professor of education 



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physical education 




frances patridge 

b.s., m.a. 

associate professor of physical 

education for women 



the physical education division offers a cur- 
riculum which teaches the student to develop 
himself socially, to realize his skills and abilities, 
to eliminate stress and worry through exercise 
and sports, to develop safety skills, and to pre- 
pare in general for creative use of leisure time 




Herman bush 

a.b., m.a. 

chairman of the division of 

health and physical education; 

head coach 



poul s. moore 

a.b., m.s. 
instructor of physical education 



betty rhompson 

b.s., m.s. 

instructor of physical education 

for women 



charles thompson 

b.s., m.s. 

swimming coach — instructor of 

physical education 




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pine ^Rts 



the fine arts division gives the stu- 
dent an acquaintance with the elements 
of cultural life around him in the areas 
of art, music, and drama, painting, 
sculpture, art theory and history are 
studied in detail in the art department, 
the music department gives students an 
appreciation of music and its aesthetic 
values, it prepares students for church 
work, private teaching, and service in 
the educational system, the drama and 
speech department gives the student the 
opportunity to participate in dramatic 
productions, and to appreciate the part 
played by drama in society. 




donald j. maxwell 

b.a., m.a. 
chairman of the division of fine 
arts; head of department of mu- 
sic; associate professor of music 




albert r. hinson 

b.f.a., m.f.a. 
assistant professor of art 



william paul hays 

b.m., m.m. 
associate professor of organ 



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John w. dougherty 

b.m.e., m.a. 
instructor of music 



doris ann hording 

b.m. in music, m.m., b.m. 
associate professor of piano 



allan e. green 

b.m. 
instructor of strings 



John d. kelly 

b.m., m.m. 
assistant professor of piano 




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sciences 




■nary pertus 

a.b., m.a. 
acting head of physical science 
department; associate professor 
of mathematics 



dr. norman w. davis 

b.s., m.s., ph.d. 
professor of biology 



manindra chandra guha 

b.s., m,s. 

associate professor of chemistry 




the division of sciences gives the student a 
knowledge of the physical and biological world 
and of the processes that govern this world, it 
trains students in the areas of mathematics, 
chemistry, home economics, biology, and phys- 
ics. 

the primary purpose of this division is to give 
majors in this area a well-rounded knowledge 
of science and to prepare them for admittance 
to graduate and pre-med schools. 



dr. frank a. gilbert 

b.s., m.a., ph.d. 

chairman of division of sciences 

head of the department of 

biology; professor of biology 



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social, studies 




the social studies division of union college 
consists of six departments: business, econom- 
ics, geography, history, political science, and 
sociology, combined, these separate depart- 
ments aid the student in adjusting his life to 
a changing world, afford a mental discipline 
which will assist him in meeting his problems 
in an intelligent and non-superficial manner, 
train him for the best citizenship, and im- 
part a liberal education. 



dr. erwin s. bradley 

b.s., in ed., m.a., ph.d. 
chairman of division of social 
studies; head of department of 
history and political science; pro- 
fessor of history and political 
science. 




dr. hugh w. ghormley 

a.b., m.a., b.d., m.s., ph.d. 
head of department of 
sociology; russell m. bennett 
memorial professor of sociology. 



rena milliken 

a.b. m.a., 
head of department of bus- 
iness; george langford memorial 
professor of business. 




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j. lame millen 

b.s., m.ed. 

assistant professor of socia 

studies. 



elsie forman 

a.b., m.a. 

associate professor of business 

and economics. 




mildred storey 

a.b. 
instructor of history. 



helene parry 

b.s., m.s.s.a 
part-time instructor of sociology. 



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Languages 



dr. frank e. merchant 

a.b., m.a., ph.d. 

head of department of english; 

professor of english. 



dr. huberr hoeltje 

b.a., m.a., ph.d. 
professor of english. 




the division helps the student to master 
his own and other languages, and ac- 
quaints him with foreign cultures, civ- 
ilizations and their literature, it also 
attempts to enrich the writing ability of 
the student in order that he might learn 
to express himself intelligently. 




dr. w. g. marigold 

b.a., m.a., ph.d. 

chairman of the division of 

languages; head of department 

of modern languages; professor 

of modern languages. 



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dr. Winifred warts 

b.a., m.a., ph.d. 
professor of english 



william e. memahon 

b.a., m.a. 

associate professor of english 




dororhy memahon 

b.a. 
instructor of english 

Christine gilbert 

a.b. 
instructor of english 



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philosophy Ana ReLiqion 




dr. robert d. marthews 

bo., s.t.b., phd. 
associate professor of religion. 



rev. donald welch 

a.b., b.d. 
instructor of religion. 



rev. j. hayden igleheart 

a.b., b.d., th.m., m.a. 
part-time instructor of religion. 




the department of religion and philosophy 
has a double task: first to present clearly and 
sympathetically the message and teachings 
of the great christian-jewish tradition by care- 
ful study of its scriptures, second, to stimulate 
students to think about life's deepest prob- 
lems by setting forth typical philosophical 
questions and possible solutions. 



dr. warren e. steinkraus 

a.b., s.t.b., ph.d. 
chairman of division of religion 
and philosophy; head of depart- 
ment of religion and philosophy; 
trances landrum memorial pro- 
fessor of religion and philosophy. 



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j. b. mcferrin 

a.b., b.s. in l.s., m.s. 
head librarian and associate 
professor of library science. 




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vivian wrighr bradley 

b.s. 
assistant in library. 



mamie o. carson 

b.s. 
secretary in the public rela- 
tions office. 




loretta cowan 

secretary in alumni and 
placement office. 



Virginia goodwin 

dormitory counselor, 
women's residence. 




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staff 








dale moore 

r.n. 
college nurse. 



ruth hissam 

bookstore operator. 



clarence chadwell 

bookkeeper ond assistant 
treasurer. 



Janice dougherty 

secretary in the office of the 
dean. 




sherrill potter 

assistant to the bookkeeper. 



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StA J- J- 




dorothy show 

secretary in the office of the 
business manager. 




borbara wilder 

secretary in the office of 
student personnel. 



Christine mastin 

secretary in the office of 
the dean. 




myrtle r. wilson 

secretary in the office of 
the dean. 



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Alumn 



waiter marcum 

president alumni association. 





Catherine f. singer 

alumni secretary. 



the alumni association of union college was 
formally organized in the spring of 1919 after 
two earlier attempts, the group has grown until 
there are now over 2800 members. 

in 1961, mr. waiter marcum, class of 1950 
and principal of lexington lafayette junior high 
school, was elected president of the association, 
also in 1961, the alumni office was opened on a 
full-time basis with mrs. Catherine f. singer, class 
of 1932, employed as secretary. 

the annual office takes care of homecoming 
day, alumni day, commencement meetings, set- 
ting up alumni chapters, and keeps the alumni 
informed about activities on campus and about 
the needs of the college. 



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lest we should see where we are 

lost in a haunted wood 

children afraid of the night 

who have never been happy or good. 

w. h. auden 



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sherwood colclough 

vice-president 



John e. shepherd 

president 



senior 

cUss 

officeps 




betty a. kelly 

secretary 



lames orestes yetmon 

treasurer 



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thomos allemang 

ashland, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: english 
vocation: college teaching 

activities: 
unioncollegechristianassociationc 
ouncil . . . orangeandblack . . . 
stespeanliterary editor . . . metho 
diststudentmovement . . . frertth 
club 

transferred: ashland center, uni 
versify of kentucky 
activities: circlek . . . dramaticsc 
lub 




patsy lou alien 

owensboro, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on . . . betachialpha . . . betasig 
ma . . . germanclubco-socialchair 
manandsecretary . . . pepclub . . 
. unioncollegechristianassociation 
. . . dolphinclub . . . methodistst 
udentmovementcofoodchairman : 
. . womensdormitorycouncil . . . 
soc ia Istanda rdscomm ittee 



edward bean 

north lewisburg, ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: business and 
area in health and 
physical education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
uclub . track 




robert black 

brooksville, florida 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: social studies 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on 

transferred: florida southern 
college 

activities: phisigmakappapresiden 
t . . . studentsenate . . . mensst 
udentgovemmentassociation . . . 
reserveofficertrainingcorpshonorg 
uarddrillmaster . . . pershingrifle 
ssecretary . . . baseball 



alice Catherine blackman 

Cleveland, ohio 
a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: english 
vocation: college teaching 

activities: 
froshclassvicepresident . . . frosh 
oxfordclubvicepresident . . . beta 
sigma . . . collegechoir . . .frosh 
orientationcommittee . . . german 
clubsecretary . . . orangeandblack 
socialeditor . . . womensdormitory 
councilpresident . . . assistantdire 
ctorofdanielboonepageant . . . se 
niorassistantinenglishdepartment . 
. . deanslist . . . homecomingque 
encandidate . . . alphapsiormega 



edward bocock 

Patrick springs, Virginia 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: areas in social 
studies 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on . . . councilofthesouthernmou 
ntains . . . internationalrelations 
clubvicepresident . . . juniorcolle 
gescholarship . . . intramurals . . . 
unioncollegechristianassociation 
transferred: ferrum junior col- 
lege . 
activities: methodiststudentmov 
ement . . . Softball . . . intramur 
als . . . deanslist 




lano browning 

Cincinnati, ohio 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on 



carolyn sue burns 

oneida, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
baptiststudentunioncouncil . . . b 
etasigma . . . studentnationaled 
ucationassociation . . . women's 
dormcouncil . . . deanslist . . . u 
nioncollegechristianassociation 



Chester g. burton 

cawood, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: biology and 
chemistry 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
intramurals . . . americanchemic 
alsociety . . . circlek . . . biology 
club 




herbert henry butler, jr. 

mullica hill, new |ersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: biology and 
chemistry 
vocation: biology 

activities: 
mensdormitorycouncilvicepresiden 
t . . . unioncollegechristianassoc 
iation . . . biology club . . . ame 
ricanchemicalsociety . . . circlek 



casper carlton 

penns grove, new jersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and area 
in business (accounting) 
vocation: business 

activities: 
baptiststudentunion . . . pepclub 
. . . uclub . . . baseballallkentuc 
kyintercollegeathleticcouncil . . . 
unioncollegechristianassoc iation . 
. . intramurals . . . classrepresen 
tativetostudentsenate . . . mensd 
ormitorycouncil . . . studentsena 
techairmanoffoodcommitteeandvi 
cepresident 



albert cawood 

harlan, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: area in english 
activities: 
varsityswimming . . . orangeand 
blackeditor . . . studentsenate . . 
. mensdormitorycouncil . . .miles 
ians . . . uclub . .. . 




angelo j. chiari 

bridgeton, new jersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: biology and 
chemistry 
vocation: medicine 

activities: 
chiefmonitorofmensdormitory . . . 
studentsenate . . . americanche 
micalsociety . . . biologyclub . . . 
newmanclubpresident 



robert dark 

rockford, ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
mensdormitorycouncilpresident . . 
. circlek . . . internationalrelatio 
nsclub . . . intramurals 



sherwood colclough 

danville, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 

political science 

vocation: coach and teaching 

activities: 
freshmanclasspresident . . . mens 
dormitorycouncil . . . circlektrea 
surerandpresident . . . dolphinclu 
bpresident . . . swimteamcaptain 
. . . unioncollegechristianassocia 
tion . . . sociallifecommittee . . . 
tennisteam . . . outstandingswim 
meroftheyears60and6 1 . . .orient 
ationcommittee . . . juniorclassvi 
cepresident . . . internationalrela 
tionsclub . . .studentnationaleduc 
ationassociation . . . seniorclassv 
icepresident . . . uclub . . . 




mary anne curry 

cynthiana, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: sacred music 
vocation: organist-choirmaster 

activities: 
choirvicepresidentandpresident . . 
. frenchclub . . . orchestra . . . u 
nioncollegechristianassociation . . 
. americanguildoforganistsvicepre 
sidentandpresident . . . judicial bo 
ard . . . betasigma . . . seniorassi 
stantinfineartsdepartment 



bonnie diehl 

mcewen, tennessee 

o.b. may, 1962 

majors: english and 
business 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on . . . unioncollegechristianasso 
ciationcouncil . . . nationalmeth 
odistscholarship . . . seniorassist 
antineducationdepartment . . . s 
tudentconductcommittee 
transferred: martin college 
activities: studentchristianassociat 
ion . . . methodiststudentmoveme 
nt . . . student counciltreasurer 
. . . phithetakappapresident 



roy dugger 

harlan, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: chemistry 

activities: 
baseball 




odrian dunaway 

sharpsburg, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: physical 
education and health 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
golfteam . . . studentnationaled 
ucationassociation . . . pepclub 
. . . veTeransclub . . . uclub . . . 
foodcommittee 



daniel freitas 

somerville, massachusetts 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: sociology 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
circlek . . . councilofthesouthem 
mountainstreasurer . . . studentc 
onductcommitteerepresentative 



joann godbey 

yosemite, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
oxfordclub . . . unioncollegechris 
tianassociation . . . homeeconom 
icsclub . . . studentnationaleduc 
ationationassociationtreasurer . . . 
playlikers 




david b. gover 

bronston, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1 962 

majors: business 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
basketball . . . tennis . . . circlek 
. . . ucub 



Joyce onn grant 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
baptiststudentunion . . . baptist 
studentunioncounciltrainingunion 
representative . . . studentsenate 
. . . christianyouthfulfellowshipa 
ctivities 



koy adene guthrie 

birmingham, alabama 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: english and 
drama 
vocation: teaching 



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bill n. hall 

heidrick, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: area in business 
education 
vocation: teaching 



pigammamupresident 
rstudentactivities . . 
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activities: 
. . audito 
veteranscl 



elayne hall 

corbin, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on . . . artclub . . . pep club . . . 
womenssocietychristianservice 



james Hampton 

artemus, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
track 




wanda nell hatfield 

bethel, ohio 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: english, history 
and political science 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on . . . germanclub . . . orangea 
ndblack . . . baptiststudentunion 
secretary . . . internationalrelat 
ionsclubsecretary . . . unioncolle 
gechristianassociation . . . betasi 
gma 



robert hayes 

harrison, ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 

political science and 

health and physical 

education 

vocation: teaching 

activities: 
intramurals . . . studentsenatetr 
easurer . . . internationalrelatio 
nsclub . . . studentnationaleduca 
tionassociation . . . circlek 



william hoskins 

hyden, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: area in social 
studies 
vocation: law 



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norma hubbard 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: english, history 
and political science 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
freshmanhonQrscholarship 



gory david jessee 

dayton,ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: law 



crosscountry 
dentsenate . 
intramurals . 



activities: 

. circlek . . . stu 

frenchclub . . . 

choir . . . sport 



sreporterforpublicrelations 




betty Johnson 

london, kentucky 
a.b august, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaled ucationassociati 
on . . . baptiststudentunionchorus 
transferred: sue bennett junior 
college 

activities: dramaclub . . . choir 
. . . scienceclub . . . 4hclub . . . 
artclub . . . studentnationaleduc 
ationassociation 




dororhy jane Johnson 

seven mile, ohio 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: mathematics and 
german 
vocation: research work- 
government 

activities: 
oxfordclubjailcommittee . . . alp 
hadeltavicepresident . . . german 
club . . . dolphins . . . unioncoll 
egechristionassociation . . . meth 
odiststudentmovement 



elizabeth a. Johnson 

somerset, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: area in business 
vocation: accounting 

activities: 
dolphinclub . . . pepclub . . . uni 
oncollegechristianassociation . . . 
methodiststudentmovementsecret 
ary 



waiter david Johnson 

freeland, Pennsylvania 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: sociology and 
economics 
vocation: teaching 



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bobby keith 

manchester, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: health and 
physical education 
vocation: coaching 

activities: 
intramurals . . . varsitybasketball 
. . . uclub 



betty a. kelly 

frankfort, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and area 
in social studies 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
uclubsecretary . . . pepclub . . . 
cheerleader . . . pigammamu . . . 
unioncollegechristianassociation . 
. . choir . . . studentnationeduca 
tionassociation . . . seniorclassse 
cretary . . . pht . . . dolphinclub 
. . . internationalrelationsclub . . . 
intramurals . . . sociallifecommit 
tee 



donald a. kraus 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: area in business 
vocation: accountant 

activities: 
orchestra . . . veteransclub 




daniel w. kreh 

barrington, new jersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: philosophy 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
oxfordclubpresidentandvicepresid 
ent . . . methodiststudentmovem 
enttreasurer . . . councilofthesou 
thernmountains . . . unioncollege 
christianassociation . . . milesia 
ns . . . orientationcommittee 



bruce allan langdon 

northampton, massachusetts 
a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: philosophy and 
english 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
oxfordclub . . . internotionalrela 
tionsclub . . . orchestra . . . ger 
manclub . . . milesianspresident 
. . . studentsenate 



reginald gene lilley 

union city, Pennsylvania 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: english 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
artclubvicepresident . . . unionco 
llegechristianassociation . . . oxf 
ordclub . . . stespean . . . playli 
kers . . . frenchclub . . . alphap 
siomegapresident 



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robert brent linblad 

atlantic city, new jersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: area in english 
vocation: college teaching 

activities: 
internationalrelationsclub . . . o 
xfordclub . . . unioncollegechris 
tianassociation . . . frenchclub 
. . . studentnotionoleducationass 
sociationhistorian . . . dramatic 
experimentals . . . playlikerspre 
sident . . . orangeandblack . . . 
alphapsiomega 



John h. Iloyd 

akron, ohio 
a.b. august, 1 962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
circlek . . . studentnationaleduca 
tionassociation . . . councilofthes 
outhernmountainskentuckystatepr 
esidentandnationalyouthdelegate 



earl dan laos 

okeana, ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: chemistry 
vocation: teacher or chemist 

activities: 
unioncoliegechristianassociation . 
. . deanslist . . .intramurals . . . 
americanchemicalsocietypresident 
. . . pigammamuvicepresident 




billy b. lovelace 

london, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: chemistry 
vocation: chemical education 

activities: 
americanchemicalsocietysecretary 
. . . alphadeltasecretaryandpresi 
dent . . . baptiststudentunion . . . 
socialchairman . . . freshmonorie 
ntationcommittee . . . seniorassis 
tantinchemistrydepartment . . . h 
onorscholarships . . . studentnati 
onaleducationassociation ... be 
tasigma . . . germanclub 



vernon maggard 

patridge, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: business and 
biology 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
veteransclub . . . radioclub 



james ronald manuel 

Wilmington, massachusetts 
a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: mathematics and 
german 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
americanchemicalsociety . . . ger 
manclubpresident . . . alphadelta 
vicepresidentandtreasurer ... or 
angeandblackmanagingeditor . . . 
stespeanassistantliteraryeditorand 
editor 



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james marcum 

louisville, tennessee 
January, 1962 
majors: health and 
physical education 
vocation: teaching and 
coaching 

activities: 
uclubsecretary . . . baseballteam 
. . . crosscountry . . . studentsen 
ate . . . unioncollegechristianass 
ociation 



homer masingil 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: area in business 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
veteransclub 





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donold maxey 

london, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: business 
vocation: business management 
activities: 
mensdormitorycounciltreasurer . . 
. stespeanassistantbusinessmanag 
er . . . internationalrelationsclub 
president 

transferred: sue bennett college 
activities: sophomoreclassvicepr 
esident . . . businessclubpresiden 
t . . . studentchristianassociation 
president 




flem messer 

bright shade, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: teaching 
transferred: berea college 
activities: historyandpoliticalsci 
enceclub . . . publicaffairsforum 
. . . cosmopolitanclub 



gertrude messer 

flat lick, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
iotasigmanu 



diana lee miller 

corbin, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: french and area 
in english 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
womensdormitorycouncilsecretary 
. . . orangeandblack . . . interna 
tionalrelationsclub . . . pepclub 
. . . betachialphavicepresident 
. . . studentnationaleducationass 
ociation . . . unioncollegechristia 
nassociation 



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margaret moore 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: english 
vocation: teaching 



canton livingston napier 

martin, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: history and area 
in social studies 
vocation: college teaching 

activities: 
studentsenaterepresentative . . . 
radioclubvicepresident . . . veter 
ansclubjunior executive officer . . 
. seniorassistantinsocialstudies . . . 
pigammamu 



John alien nealis 

Versailles, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
circleksecretary . . . pepclub . . . 
internationalrelations club . . . m 
ensdormitorycouncilsecretary . . . 
studentsenate 




james nelson 

maumes, ohio 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: area in english 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
choir . . . unioncollegechristiana 
ssociation 



John tipton orr 

freeland, Pennsylvania 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: german 

activities: 
studentsenate . . . choir . . . ger 
manclubpresident . . . mensdorm 
itorycouncil 



anna parker 

corbin, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 



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james w. parker 

framingham, massachusetts 
a.b. august, 1 962 

majors: sociology and 
religion and philosophy 
vocation: socialworker 

activities: 
internationalrelationsclub ... or 
angeandblackbusinessmanager . . 
. stespean . . . councilofthesouth 
ernmountains 



landon d. perdew 

alpha, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: area in social 
studies 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
veteransclub 



donald pickard 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: physical education 
and business 
vocation: coaching or office 
management 

activities: 
intramurals 




patricia louise powell 

corbin, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: business 
vocation: business 

activities: 
freshmanclasssecretary . . . soph 
omoreclasssecretary . . . womens 
dormitorycouncil 



roland waync pridgen 

vinton, Virginia 
a b. may, 1 962 

majors: history and area 
in social studies 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
unioncollegechristianassociation 
. . . intramurals . . . studentnati 
onaleducationassociationvicepresi 
dent . . , councilofthesouthernm 
ountains . . . circlek . . . stespean 
transferred: ferrum jr. college 
activities: dramaclub . . . base 
ball . . . intramurals . . . varsity 
club . . . snapshoteditorofannual 



ronald ramke 

brooklyn, new york 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: religion and 
english 

activities: 
internationalrelationsclub ... do 
Iphinclub . . . orientationcommit 
tee . . . religiouslifecommittee 
. . . methodiststudentmovementp 
resident . . . choir . . . oxfordclub 




evelyn reynolds 

garlin, kentucky 
a.b. January, 1962 

majors: area in business 
vocation: business education 

activities: 
student nationaleducationassociati 
on . . . unioncollegechristianasso 
ciation 



katheryn elizabeth roberts 

prestonsburg, kentucky 
o.b. may, 1962 

majors: english 
vocation: director of religious 
education activities: 

choir . . . orchestra . . . america 
nguildoforganists . . . unioncolle 
gechristianassociation . . . oxford 
club . . . germanclubsecretaryan 
dtreasurer . . . pepclub . . . stud 
entsenate . . . stespeanassistant 
literaryeditor . . . betasigmavicep 
resident . . . freshmanorientation 
committee . . . studentactivitiesc 
ommittee . . . juniorclassexecutiv 
ecommittee . . . honorscholarship 
. . . easternstarscholarship . . . 
homecomingqueen 



gene Howard robertson 

harlan, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: art 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
artclubpresident . . . stespeanart 
editor . . . councilofthesouthern 
mountains . . . bankofharlanscho 
larship . . . baptiststudentunion 




ronald richard robinson 

Staunton, Virginia 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: physical education 
and health 
vocation: physical therapy 

activities: 
varsitybaseball . . . uclub . . . pe 
pclub 

transferred: ferrum junior 
college 

activities: varsityfootball . . . v 
arsityclubtreasurer . . . studentg 
overnment . . . varsitytrack 



richard n. rushron, jr. 

media, Pennsylvania 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: philosophy 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
oxfordclub . . . unioncollegechris 
tianassociation . . . milesians . . . 
councilofthesouthernmountains . . 
. methodiststudentmovement 
transferred: wesley college 
activities: frenchclub . . . base 
ball . . . kappachi . . . radioclub 
. . . wesleystudentchristianassoci 
ationpresident 

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doris Sanderson 

maiden, massachusetts 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: french and 
german 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
onpresident . . . frenchclub . . . 
germanclubtreasurer . . . method 
iststudentmovement . . . womens 
dormitorycouncil . . . judiciarybo 
ard . . betachialpha . . . senior 
assistant inforeign language depart 
ment 




arnold d. satterly 

louisville, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1 962 

majors: history and 
political science 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
unioncollegechristianassociationcl 
assrepresentative . . . oxfordclub 
. . . germanclub . . . orangeand 
black 

transferred: university of 
louisville 

activities: wesleyfoundationclas 
srepresentative 



robert t. schuldr 

mount vernon, 
a.b. may, 192 

majors: english 



new york 



activities: 
oxfor 
orangean 



milesiansvicepresident 

dclubvicepresident . . 

dblack . . . germanclubvicepresi 

dent . . . unioncollegechristianas 

sociation . . . methodiststudentm 

ovement . . . stespeanassociatee 

ditor 

transferred: paul smith junior 

college 

activities: betaalphalambdasecr 

etary . . . circleksecretary . . . str 

egianassociateeditor . . . interdo 

rmcouncil 




norbert sell 

north arlington, new jersey 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: business and 
sociology 
vocation: business administra- 
tion 

activities: 
dolphinclub . . . pepclub . . . intr 
amuralfootballandsoftball . . . sw 
imming 




donold shelron 

junction city, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: elementary 
education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
studentnationaleducationassociati 
on 

th.b from piedmont bible col- 
lege 



John e. shepherd 

Springfield, Virginia 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: accounting and 
area in business 
vocation: business administra- 
tion 

activities: 
mathematicsclubpresident . . . ju 
niorclasspresident . . . seniorclas 
spresident . . . americanchemical 
society . . . freshmanorientation 
committee . . . intramurals 




rex alien sheppard 

bridgeton, new jersey 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: area in english 
vocation: college teaching 

activities: 
orangeandblack . . . sophomorecl 
assvicepresident . . . chwilsonaw 
ard 



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kenneth r. simpson 

harlan, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: music education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
choir . . . orchestra . . . america 
nguildof organ istsvicepresident 



richard slusher 

georgetown, ohio 
a.b. august, 1962 
majors: art 
vocation: artist (teaching) 

activities: 
alphapsiomegavicepresident . . . 
artclub . . . choir . . . orangeand 
black . . . playlikers . . . student 
nationaleducationassociation . . . 
tennisteam . . . intramurals 



robert smith 

lexington, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: philosophy and 
english 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
oxfordclub . . . frenchclub . . . 
milesians . . . unioncollegechrist 
ianassociation . . . studentpastor 
. . . seniorassistantinreligiondepa 
rtment 





adam stacy, II 

pineville, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: chemistry and 
biology 
vocation: doctor of medicine 



william j. stone, II 

pineville, kentucky 

a.b. may, 1962 

majors: accounting and his- 
tory and political science 
vocation: lawyer 



norma jo swanner 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: business and 
elementary education 
vocation: teaching 



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John edgor symes 

Cincinnati, ohio 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: philosophy and 
religion 
vocation: ministry 

activities: 
playlikers . . . oxfordclub 



Joanne taylor 

somerset, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: home economics 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
unioncollegechristianassociation 
. . . homeeconomicsclubsecretary 
treasurer . . . pepclub . . . studen 
tnationaleducationassociation . . . 
cheerleader 



cecil r. thomas 

wichita, kansas 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: social studies 
vocation: minister 

activities: 
unioncollegechristianassociation 
. . oxfordclub . . . veteransclub 





harrjet lane tower 

youngstown, new york 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: german and 
english 
vocation: teaching 

activities', 
sociallifecommittee . . . betachial 
pha . . . pepclub . . . betasigma 
. . . unioncollegechristian associa 
tion . . . womensdormitorycouncil 
correspond ingsecretaryandstudent 
senaterepresentative . . . german 
club . . . juniorclasssecretary . . . 
orangeandblackassociat eed i to r 
. . . freshmanorientationcommitt 
tee . . . missunion 



curtis wallin 

tateville, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: music education 
vocation: music teacher 

activities: 
choir 



roger alien watson 

levittown, Pennsylvania 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: philosophy and 
english 

activities: 
playlikers . . . unioncollegechrist 
ianassociation . . . oxfordclub . . . 
circlek . . . alphapsiomega . . . u 
club . . . milesiansvicepresident 
. . . internationalrelationsclub . . . 
swimmingstatedivingchampion . . . 
. . . track . . . choir . . . student 
senatetreasurerandpresident 



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richord a. west 

■hamilton, ohio 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: health and 
physical education 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
basketball . . . baseball . . . int 
ramurals . . . christianchurchstu 
dentrepresentative . . . uclub . . . 
pepclubpresident . . . unioncolle 
gechristianassociation . . . religi 
ouslifecommittee . . . studentnat 
ionaleducationassociation 



robert k. wilson 

barbourville, kentucky 
a.b. august, 1962 

majors: chemistry 
vocation: teaching 

activities: 
americanchemicalsociety . . . ch 
oirvicepresident . . . freshmanori 
entationcommittee . . . golf . . . 
intramurals . . . bachgroup . . . o 
rangeandblackbusinessmanager 



alvis wooton 

london, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: health and 
physical education 
vocation: coaching 

activities: 
basketball . . . track . . . uclub 




fames yang 

sao paulo, brazil 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: chemistry and 
biology 
vocation: social work 



james orestes yet-man 

bridgeton, new jersey 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: accounting and 
area in business 
vocation: business administra- 
tion 

activities: 
sophomoreclasstreasurer . . . jun 
iorclasstreasurer . . . seniorclass 
treasurer . . . mensdormitorycou 
ncilvicepresident . . . intramurals 



lucille york 

artemus, kentucky 
a.b. may, 1962 

majors: english, speech 
and drama 
vocation: secondary education 
activities: 
cheerleader . . . betachialpha . . . 
playlikes . . . homecomingqueen 
candidate . . . uclub 



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basil mills 

vice-president 




robert brown 

president 



floyd cook 

treasurer 




J urn or 

cUss 

opficeps 



53 



junioRs 




ronald adcock 
chorles akers 
elizabeth alien 



james alien 
lee armington 
ruth asher 



bobby ray austin 



david austin 



so i told him yes 



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junioRs 



gerald bollard 

nadine baumgardner 

f. elaine belzer 



korl bennett 
patricia blair 
ronald boone 



matthew brown 



peter brown 




will he sink it? 



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junioRs 




robert brown 
James carmines 
maxola carnes 



alvin dark 

cynthia clarkson 

danny dine 



floyd cook, III 



Samuel cowan 



"*Sam 

alwoys on Sunday 



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junioRs 



barbara davis 
James denhom 
william ell iott 



gail fairchild 
elbert foley 
louis foxwell 



barbara frahn 



vivian france 




frankly, i'm against unlimited cuts 



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juniors 




John gibson 
sue gilmore 
glen gover 



ronnie gressel 

charles hall 

jack hamilton 



William hamlin 



don hammond 



oh well, coffee comes out 



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junioRs 



pearl horris 

Janet hawn 

monroe hedrick 



kenneth hele 
Charles hicks 
Janice hicks 



paul hieronymus 



linda hoff 




that is not why i have a draw-string 



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juniops 




priscilla holt 
douglas hulitt 
Stephen jasper 



conrad Johnson 

carol Jones 

benny kelley 



barbara kidwell 



clarence lawson 



a robertson original 



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lunioRs 



lorence leach 
norman lloyd 
gary lovett 



retchen mcdermott lovett 
sharon mcdonald 
regina mabelintini 



loyd marcus 



iomes matthews 




gretchen and gary 



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juhiors 




wendell miller 

basil mills 
edward minter 



michael mitias 

John moffitt 

alfred monroe 



theodore mott 



lawrence murphy 



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juniors 



bonnie niemann 

howard nippert 

robert parker 



richard parks 
robert patron 
donald poyne 



robert peterson 



marilyn phyllides 




are there any boys in the stacks? 



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junioRS 




lowrence pike 

earl quilien 

j. Jerome redfern 



george reid 

paul rice 

bloir richards 



John rivel 



paul robinson 



to the woods! 



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juniops 



douglas rodeck 
el la sue russell 
linda Salisbury 



robert sapp 

j. reid sayre 

montrose smart 



waiter snook 



ronald soares 




blackboard jungle 



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junioRs 




John spath 
larry stamper 
James stinson 



george stone 

mary ann suffelette 

victor taylor 



jenny h. watkins 



Joan werley 



d-a-h-h-h-l-i-n-g 



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junioRs 



John wharton 

ruth white 

david whiteman 



c. glee whitfield 

fred wilder 

morris wilder 



michael ray williams 
robert wood 
pot worley 




marcetta york 
w. patrick young 



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lames young 

vice-president 



buford west 

president 





lois laurin 

secretary 



erick pifer 

treasurer 




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Carolyn 


akers 


edwin c 


llin 


Wallace 


angus 


barbara 


bailey 


patricia 


bailey 


frances 


baker 


Stephen 


baker 


nancy bender 


jerry be 


nfield 


dennis 


Digelow 


rebecca 


bird 


alice bl 


ack 


edward 


black 


richard 


blish 


rose bloyd 


kenneth 


boggs 



ralph booher 



mary boswell 



learning by osmosis 



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don bruce 



donold brunkhart 



John bush 
lauronce butler 
carmen cabrero 
donold calitri 



richard carr 
clarinda carter 
peggy chandler 
edward a. dark 



nancy clay 
robert clement 
kenneth cobb 
mary cochran 



esteva c. collier 
waiter combs 
charles conley 
glenn 'conway 




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kiki cook 
Jacqueline coomer 
david creighton 
janrose Crockett 



lois carol crowe 
aaron derossett 
John devoe 
paul dimarco 



thomas douce 
mable duff 
diana eby 
linda elam 



wilma evans 
Charles from 
James frutchey 
william fultz 



James gardner 



floyd george 



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raymond giron 



bobby goodin 



Charles grahom 
James gunn 
euna hammons 
James hammons 



lawrence hampton 
James harbeson 
david harbold 
harry hording 



robert hastings 
robert haulenbeek 
nell hays 
helen helron 



merry anne hetrick 
linda hill 
a. lucille hopkins 
patricia hopkins 




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laura houben 
marvin hubbard 
thomas hudson 
thomas hunter 



gwyneth James 
penny jarvis 
michael Johnson 
raymond Johnson 



rodney keenon 
martha kirkland 
joann knox 
gloria krebs 



mary alice lantz 
lois laurin 
paulette look 
James mccluskey 



anne mcconnel 



linda mcgaughy 



look doll — i study alone! 



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James mcfarland 



joe martin 



wayne 


matthews 


mil ton 


megee 


susan 


mink 


Jorge 


mir 


nancy 


moore 


William mulley 


daniel 


oesch 


caroly 


1 osborne 


Judy parrott 


daniel 


pence 


milton 


perry 


erick 


3ifer 


harry 


rice 


Jennie 


jo rice 


herbert richman 


mory 


oyce roberts 




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Joanne robinette 
mary louise rogers 
waiter romano 
buddy salyer 



judy scent 
carol schultz 
eulalia serrano 
leslie show 



alberta shelton 
James silbert 
paul sieswerda 
mary lou smith 



sally snowball 
rae sharon stetler 
martha ann Stevens 
edward stinson 



mary a. stepchuck 



shirley a. stepchuck 



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philip stone 



ottis strother 



danny strunk 
earl swanner 
thomas swenk 
dick szabo 



freida taylor 
patsy taylor 
donna thompson 
marjorie townsend 



Jonathan trader 
louis trefz 
ronald walker 
richard washabaugh 



koren watson 
elberta webb 
lyda welch 
ann wesley 




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buford west 
lawrence westbrook 
vernon wilder 
charles wilkins 



James wilkins 

nona gayle Williamson 

wesley wilson 

c. douglas woodbury 



jean wooton 
betsy wyatt 
mary louise wyatt 
harry yates 



James young 



henry zingg 



does this mean we're going steady? 



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darlene bean 

vice-president 



peter learhersich 

president 




R L f 




annabel sergent 

treasurer 




7S 



pReshmen 



jeannine alexander 
Jesse alexander 



william alien 
thomas amis 



melva arthur 
katherine auraden 
bruce ayers 
franklin babcock 
linda baird 



e. ruth baker 
bonnie barnett 
lowell barnett 
mojdeh bazorgan 
wayne beagle 



darlene bean 
Joseph beavon 
nancy beisecker 
John bentley 
thomas birdsall 



lorraine black 
susie boyer 
alan brashear 
mary e. brown 
harry brumbaugh 




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PReshmen 




theodore bryson 
randall burge 



david burleigh 
eleanor burton 



gerald bush 
timothy canfield 
Janet koy carlock 
alice faye carter 
robert carter 



Joseph cernyar 
arnita dark 
mary r. dark 
nancella cobb 
george combs 



james comer 
david Conner 
donald cordner 
e. lee curry 
patty ann dahm 



kenneth damstrom 
wilma Joyce davis 
harold h. delk 
dale dellmore 
arlene dempsey 



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pResh.men 



lynn dietrich 
priscillo diswood 



June doolin 
alice dudley 



patricia dyche 
ruth eaton 
drucilla elam 
wyn evoy 
harold fairchild 



richard fattaruso 
orvel fields 
thomas flynn 
carol foster 
dorothy foster 



William fox 
brenda france 
Joseph frank 
mary e. frazier 
toni lynn fuller 



eileen gallagher 
William geesey 
david glahn 
ruth gleason 
aubrey golden 




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fReshmen 




nina gravely 
gail g ray 



brenda greek 
michael griffin 



arvil hammons 
paula hampton 
sharon harriman 
sharon hawn 
Sandra hays 



robert heffern 
jean helton 
betty lou henley 
James hensley 
harry herren 



Carolyn sue hobbs 
patricia hobson 
william hopper 
gayle howard 
margaret inglis 



richard irelan 
freeda Jackson 
Janice Jackson 
maurice Jacobs 
Jeanne jarvis 



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pReshmen 



mary jane jarvis 
douglas Jensen 



Judith Johnson 
thomas Johnson 



alan kangur 
anna kelley 
jay king 
donald lane 
Stanley lawson 



carole leach 
peter leathersich 
doris ann leslie 
Charles ludwig 
Jennings mace 



boaz mafarachisi 
James massie 
gail matheson 
doris mays 
ethel melton 



John messeek 
anna messer 
charles mitchell 
florence mohr 
William moody 




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edward moose 
John mutambara 



wayne nealis 
loretta neitzel 



kenneth neland 
gregory nelson 
thomas newport 
eloise newsom 
robert parsons 



robert pate 
Joyce peacock 
bonnie philpot 
kenneth quast 
bobby rainey 



linda reeves 
robert reid 
william reiley 
darlene rhinehart 
bonnie sue rice 



Judith rogers 
ernest roop 
Christine rose 
keith sauselen 
david saxe 



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freshmen 



William sayre 
david schweitzer 



ingrid seeburg 
annabel lee sergent 



James shaw 
frances shell 
george shellenbarger 
alvin shelton 
leonard shetler 



Judith simmerman 
adna sizemore 
betty sue smith 
el I is smith, jr. 
Carolyn smith 



terry ann sorrell 
William stark 
brenda Stephens 
William strong 
linda strother 



david sturdevant 
jay sullivan 
Jackie taylor 
John w. tender 
albert thomas 




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pRes-hmen 




betty young 



Joyce thomas 
James thompson 



cecil thurston 
Cassandra tignor 



siew mee ting 
donald turner 
william turner 
carol ulrich 
James valentine 



John valentine 
lois scan vanhook 
Janet vickers 
castner waddell 
ronald wagner 



lorrene waller 
daniel watkins 
millard west 
helen woo 
william yeatts 



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how but in custom and in ceremony 
are innocence and beauty born? 
ceremony's a name for the rich horn, 
and custom for the spreading laurel tree. 

w. b. yeats 



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stespean queen 




miss eiu Sue RusseU 



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miss ella sue russell 



this year marked the 
inauguration of the stespean 
queen contest, the winner was 
chosen by t. b. (scotty) cowan, 
pastor of the church of christ, 
union in berea, kentucky. 
"scotty" is a popular and 
frequent speaker at union 
chapel programs. "scotty" 
chose ella sue russell for the 
light in her eyes and her mona 
lisa smile which reflect the best 
elements of sophistication and 
innocence, "susie" is an ele- 
mentary education major from 
jonesville, Virginia and has 
completed her junior year at 
union. 




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snow queen 




miss susan mink 



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candidates — susan mink and nancy moore 



the members of the 
circle k organization 
choose the snow queen 
and her court each year 
to reign over the Christ- 
mas dance, the iden- 
tity of the snow queen 
is not revealed until 
the crowning at the 
dance. 




candidates — alice carter and linda hill 



snow queen coupt 




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standing: alice carter, adrian dunaway, ruth asher, cosper carlton, alice blackmon, floyd cook, bob patton, kay roberts, nancy 
moore, ed bean, alvis wooton, darlene rhinehart, bucky colclough, priscilla holt, mike Williams, John shepherd, and linda hill. 



two contestants for homecoming 
queen are chosen each year from 
the four academic classes, after 
competing in various tests to dis- 
play attractiveness and poise, a 
queen is chosen. 





homecoming queen 



queen katheryn roberts 



t \nC> heR couRt 



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sweetheARt queen 





president miller crowns carolyn queen. 



queen carolyn sue burns and her escort jerry benfield. 



the sweetheart queen is chosen 
annually by the residents of pfeiffer 
hall on the basis of service per- 
formed for the dormitory and for 
the school. 

the queen is nominated from and 
elected by the senior girls and 
reigns at the valentine dance in 
february. her court is composed of 
the senior girls. 




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bucky on route to pfeiffer 



typing again. 




bucky colclough is a native of danville, kentucky. 
he has served as an officer in circle k, freshman 
class, dolphin club, and swim team and was on 
the freshman orientation committee for two years, 
last year he was named outstanding swimmer of 
the year. 




mn union 



sherwood colclough 



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skeeter goes to class 



studying time 



skeeter tower is from youngstown, n.y. during her 
years at union she has been consistently on the 
dean's list, she was secretary of the junior class 
and was on the staff of the orange and black for 
four years, in her sophomore and senior years she 
was a member of the women's dormitory council. 







harriet tower 




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mountain LaurgL 
pepResentative 




miss Betty jane duff 



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what life have you if you have not life together? 
there is no life that is not in community, 
and no community not lived in praise of god. 

t. s. eliot 



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alpha psi omega 





henry zingg, jo Crockett, bob linblad, carol Jones, danny dine, alice black, roger watson, regina mabelitini, dick slusher, 
mr. gilbert, not pictured: alice blackman, kenneth hele, louis foxwell. 




poise and charm make o good actress. 



the local zeta chi chapter of alpha psi 
omega, the national honorary dramatic 
society, was founded in 1937 for the pro- 
motion of interest in drama on the college 
level. 

the group took a trip to new york in 
the spring to see several well-known pro- 
ductions, it sponsored experimentals and 
helped in production work on all plays 
produced on campus, it was also host for 
visiting drama groups. 



president ... janrose Crockett 

vice-president dick slusher 

secretary-treasurer alice black 

sponsor mr. reid gilbert 



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ameRican chemical society 




the local woodford g. sink chapter 
of the american chemical society was 
founded for the purpose of promoting 
interest in the field of chemistry and 
presenting recent advances made in 
this field, this year the group estab- 
lished requirements for membership, 
made a display for homecoming, par- 
ticipated in the halloween carnival, 
and sponsored an informal dance. 



president earl loos 

vice-president ... marcetta york 

secretary-treasurer billy lovelace 

sponsor mr. pogorelskin 




hey! what do you know — distilled water! 




standing: mr. pogorelskin. first row: elosie newsom, priscilla diswood, nancy clay, earl loos, second row: bud butler, Chester 
burton, angie chiar, roy dugger, billy lovelace. third row: bert webb, jack tender, wally angus, marcetta york, ed minter. 



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MnemcMn quiL6 of organists 





seated: mary ann curry, standing: 
hampton. 



mr. hayes, richord blish, milton perry, Jerome redfern, glee whitfield, gwyn James, paul 



the american guild of organists 
founded its local chapter at union 
college on march 12, 1959 for the 
purpose of advancing the cause of 
worthy religious music; elevating the 
position of church musicians; foster- 
ing a greater appreciation of the re- 
sponsibilities, duties, and opportunities 
of this vocation; and raising the stand- 
ard of efficiency of organists and 
choirmasters, the meetings are con- 
cerned with the discussion of profes- 
sional topics and meeting the needs 
and questions of its members. 

activities for the year included a 
visit to the barbourville methodist 
church to study the new organ, pro- 
grams of an educational value on 
church music, and programs on the 
various aspects of the organ, the 
group also visited the factory of the 
ward organ company in berea, ken- 
tucky. 



president 
vice-president 
secretary-treasurer 
sponsor 



mary ann curry 

bill elliot 

linda elam 

r. william hayes 




glee practices bach, beethoven, and marchaur 



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ARt CLUB 





the art club is to further the inter- 
est of people wanting to learn more 
in this field, through participation, the 
members gain an insight into the 
aesthetic values of art. 

among the activities for the year 
were the sale of Christmas cards de- 
signed by members of the club, the 
beaux arts ball in the spring, a trip to 
new york during spring vacation, and 
a trip to berea college. 



constructive criticism 



president vivian c. france 

vice-president diane eby 

secretary mary rogers 

treasurer glen conway 

sponsor mr. hinson 




standing: diane eby, vivian france, Judy parrott, ann wesley, mabel duff, mr. hinson. 



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Beta chi alpha 



the beta chi alpha was founded in 1930 for 
the purpose of promoting beauty, culture, and 
art both at home and on the campus. 

the activities of the organization included 
helping the maintenance department on Satur- 
days by doing odd jobs such as painting, plant- 
ing and caring for rose bushes; helping circle k 
plan a program for underprivileged children 
at Christmas time; and holding- a tea for pros- 
pective members, the group started a tradi- 
tional luncheon for beta chi alpha alumnae 
on homecoming, they planned different money 
making projects such as a hay ride, selling 
christmas corsages, a record hop, chili sup- 
pers, and selling rose bushes. 

president priscilla holt 

vice-president nancy moore 

secretary ruth asher 

treasurer marcetta york 

sponsors mrs. William mcmahon, mrs. frank gilbert 



mrs. William 
mcmahon 





mrs. frank gilbert 



patsy lou alien 
ruth asher 
nancy bender 
lois carol crowe 



linda lee elam 
wilma evans 
miriam hayes 
merry hetrick 



linda lu hoff 
priscilla holt 
martha kirkland 
joann knox 



gloria jean krebs 
lois laurin 
paulette look 
diana miller 



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susgn mink 
nancy ann moore 
bonnie niemann 
Judy parrott 



Jennie jo rice 
linda Salisbury 
doris Sanderson 
leslie shaw 



sally snowball 
rae stetler 
karen watson 
lyda sue welch 




glee whitfield 
marcetta york 
lucille york 





bxa at work on campus improvement. 



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Christmas party for the kids. 



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Beta sigma 





first row: miss millen, mrs. frank merchant, billy lovelace, Jennie jo rice, dean mary owen, paulette look, harrier tower. 
second row: linda mcgaughy, marty Stevens, alberta sheldon, mary lou smith, merry hetrick, marty kirkland, gretchen mcdermott 
lovett, ruth asher, nancy moore, Carolyn akers, sally snowball, roe stetler, kay roberts, wilma evans, marcetta york. 



beta sigma is a scholastic 
honor society for sophomore girls 
with at least a "b" average, it 
is a service club, encouraging 
freshmen to strive for good schol- 
arship. 

plans were made for affilia- 
tion with the national organiza- 
tion, activities for the year were 
selling stationery to the entire 
campus; performing services for 
the campus such as acting as 
hostesses for homecoming, serv- 
ing at teas, passing out calen- 
dars in chapel, and cleaning the 
cross and candlesticks in the 
chapel. 



president rae sharon stetlet 

vice-president linda mcgaughy 

secretary ann Stevens 

treasurer wilma evans 

sponsors miss larue millen, mrs. frank 

merchant, dr. mary owen 




mrs. swanson discusses affiliation with owenes. 



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BioLoqy cLub 




the biology club, a newcomer to the 
campus, was founded October 4, 1961 
its purpose is to explore the various 
fields of the biological world, each club 
member can gain a greater knowledge 
of the field by participating in individ- 
ual projects. 

activities for the year included speak- 
ers at the meetings, movies, -field trips, 
exhibits, and money-making projects, 
plans were made for affiliation with 
the national chapter of biology clubs, 
bete beta beta. 



i do like pets 



president clarence edward leach 

vice-president ray giron 

secretary danny strunk 

treasurer vernon wilder 

sponsor mr. bruce hansen 




first row: Jennings mace, ed leach, bert webb, finley potter, mary brown, lorrene waller, Janice Jackson, merry hetrick, howard 
nippert. second row: wally angus, rodney keenon, michael griffin, bob haulenbeek, ray giron, jack rivel, danny strunk, phil 
stone, vernon wilder. 



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union college choiR 





the union college choir partici- 
pates in the chapel services and at 
official functions of the college, a 
Christmas and a spring concert were 
presented for the student body, in 
the spring the choir toured ken- 
tucky, ohio, indiana, and illinois, 
concentrating on the Chicago area. 



preparation for chapel service. 



president ... mary anne curry 

vice-presidents Jerome redfern and susan mink 
director mr. John w. dougherty 




mr. dougherry, directing, first row: alice blackman, sharon hawn, marcetta york, carolyn osborne, lee curry, susan mink, linda 
reeves, gwyn James, glee whitfield, maggie inglis, paula hampton, jan hicks, second row: nancy biesecker, Judy scent, mary 
anne curry, Jackie taylor, Joyce thomas, kathy auraden, donna thompson, ann Stevens, linda Salisbury, mary lou smith, third 
row: bill elliott, jim nelson, James sproul, gary jessee, pete leathersich, ken Simpson, normon kelley, Jerome redfern, charles 
mitchell. fourth row: jay king, bob wilson, curt wallin, dave burleigh, ron ramke, don hammonds, dick slusher, torn hunter, 
richard blish, skip george. 



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cipde k 





seated: jorge mir, coach bush, bucky colclough, bill lloyd, ed ollin. second row: John lloyd, torn douce, ralph booher, john 
nealis, chuck conley, wayne pridgen, dan freitas, Steven jasper, third row: dan dine, dan strunk, roger watson, bud salyer, 
doug hulitt, John spath, herb butler, bob dark, jack bush. 



the circle k club was founded in 
1956. it is an organization associated 
with kiwanis international and exists 
to promote service and further civic 
leadership. 

this year the club sponsored a 
Christmas dance, a k-pal project with 
the town kiwanis, and a car wash, it 
helped . center and Cumberland col- 
leges establish circle k clubs, and had 
parties for underprivileged children of 
barbourville. 




herb and spath explain club functions to new member 



president ray (bucky) colclough 

vice-president norman bill lloyd 

secretary ed alien 

treasurer jorge mir 

sponsor mr. herman bush 



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counciL 



of the 



southeRn mountains 




the union college chapter of the 
council of the southern moun- 
tains was founded in 1960. the 
purpose of the group is to fur- 
ther a knowledge of the oppor- 
tunities, needs, and traditions of 
the mountain area and people of 
the appalachian south; it enables 
the students to realize a respon- 
sibility to the mountain area re- 
gardless of where they may be. 
the council sponsored several 
dances throughout the year, it 
provided recreation and tutoring 
at the local orphanage, advised 
mountain area youth of available 
scholarships, and distributed 
clothes and vitamins to the 
needy, it was host to several 
state council meetings with no- 
ted speakers, among them dr. 
frank laubach. the council at- 
tended the annual meeting at 
gatlinburg, tennessee. 




bloir reviews club's program with members 




first row: bloir richards, pat blair, nona Williamson, dr. ghormley. second 
row: nina gravely, nancy bender, chris rose, third row: don turner, laura 
houben, nell hayes. fourth row: charles graham, sally snowball, cass wad- 
dell, fifth row: carol ulrich, pat bailey, chuck hicks, sixth row: bill alien, 
george shellenbarger, findley potter, seventh row: morris wilder, ed stinson, 
randy burge. eighth row: ed bocock, ken damstrom. ninth row: rick 
pifer, John rivel, John valentine. 



president 
vice-president 
secretary . . . 
treasurer 
sponsor 



. . . blair richards 
laura houben 

pat blair 

. . dan freitas 
dr. hugh ghormley 



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dolphins out of the water look just like anyone else 




6oLphin cLub 




the dolphin club was founded in 
1958 to further the knowledge of and 
skill in swimming, and to assist the 
union college swimming department. 

the club sponsored the homecom- 
ing water show and the spring show, 
members acted as timers, judges, and 
scorekeepers in the college meets. 



co-president torn swenk 

co-president elizabeth Johnson 

secretary lee curry 

treasurer david saxe 

sponsor ... mr. charles thompson 




kneeling: david saxe, libby Johnson, lee curry, torn swenk. row one: sandy tignor, steve baker, keith sauselen, Wallace 
angus, bill moody, jeannine alexander. row two: merry hetrick, brsnda Stephens, gail gray, mary brown, elaine belzer, linda 
baird, alice dudley. row three: bob wood, joe frank, larry butler, chuck conley, randy neland, wait romano, wynn evoy, ernest 

hommons. 



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fRench cLub 





first row: a\ dark, carol schultz, doris Sanderson, mary lou smith, dr. marigold, second row: larry pike, Carolyn osborne, patty 
hopkins, pete brown, pat dyche. third row: sally snowball, linda elam, mrs. marigold, bill reiley, charles graham, sharon 
harriman, chuck from. 



the french club was reorganized 
on campus in 1956 and exists for 
all who are interested in the french 
language and culture, it attempts 
to give its members a better under- 
standing of france through films, 
songs, games, and speakers. 

this year the club made a home- 
coming display consisting of a min- 
iature eiffel tower and an arch de 
triumphe. six of its members pre- 
sented a can-can for the halloween 
carnival, along with the german 
club, the french club sponsored the 
valentine dance; the two clubs had 
an outing together in the spring. 



president charles from 

vice-president lois laurin 

secretory patricia dyche 

treasurer sharon harriman 

sponsors . . dr. and mrs. gordon marigold 



**• 0'. K'« L, JL 




i wonder if they understand french? 



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Be careful with those pins! 



qepman cIub 



the german club was founded in 
1956 to develop a better under- 
standing of german art and cul- 
ture, it seeks to develop a better 
speaking knowledge of german. 

the group had a display for home- 
coming and a booth at the hallo- 
ween carnival, it acted as sponsor 
for the valentine day dance, it had 
a german supper at christmas and 
a joint picnic with the french club 
at the end of the year, plans were 
also made for starting a local chap- 
ter of delta phi alpha, the german 
honorary fraternity. 



president John orr 

vice-president harry rice 

secretary patsy alien 

treasurer ... doris Sanderson 

sponsor .... dr. gordon marigold 





first row: ki ki cook, doris Sanderson, patsy alien, nancy clay, kay roberts. second row: billy lovelace, harriet tower, third 
row: mrs. marigold, marcetta york, ron watson, george stone, harry rice, John orr. fourth row: dr. marigold, jim manuel, ted 
mott, blair richards. 



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home economics cLub 





first row: mary rogers, lynn dietrich, Joan werley, montrose smart, second row: miss lay, kay carlock, judy Johnson, euna fay 
bommons, cookie wyatt, joann taylor, Jackie coomer. 




the home economics club was founded 
in 1956 with the object of helping stu- 
dents get to know more about the field, 
pointing to both the esthetic and the 
functional sides of home and family care. 

the activities of the year were a booth 
at the halloween carnival, a christmas tea 
for the faculty, a christmas party, a sale 
of christmas candles, a bake sale in the 
spring, a sock hop, and a pizza sale. 



president mary rogers 

vice-president Jackie commer 

secretary mary wyatt 

treasurer montrose smart 

sponsor miss mary alice lay 



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iota sigma nu 




iota sigma nu was founded in 1936 for 
the purpose of encouraging high ideals, 
promoting diligence in study, and reward- 
ing excellence in scholarship. 

this year the organization had a special 
program in connection with honors day, 
a luncheon with an outstanding scholar 
as speaker, and gave a certificate of rec- 
ognition with a cash award to the out- 
standing freshman and sophomore of the 
1961-62 academic year. 



president allie m. mays (mrs. ralph mays) 

vice-president Stella b. binghom 

secretary-treasurer jean o. knuckles 

(mrs. sampson knuckles) 




standing: mrs. allie mays, mrs. genevieve messer, cliff lewis, gertrude mynear, ernest stair, seated: mrs. sampson knuckles, 
richard lotspeich, miss gayle miles, mrs. richard lotspeich, dr. bradley, mrs. bradley, irene hughes, mrs. keith wilson, mrs. 
shirley treadway, jr., miss rena milliken, mrs. mildred storey, Stella bingham, sampson knuckles, miss kathleen moore. 



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inteRnational Relations cLub 




the international relations club was 
founded for the purpose of studying inter- 
national relations and their political and 
economic influence on the world, it tries 
to get students to take the initiative to 
discuss and find out more about foreign 
affairs and to think objectively about 
them. 



president 

vice-president 

secretary-treasurer 

reporter-librarian 

sponsor 



don maxey 

ed bocock 

ralph booher 

skip george 

dr. bradley 




first hand information concerning african problems 




first row: John mutambara, ralph booher, ed bocock, dr. bradley, don maxey, skip george, bob hays, torn birdsall, boaz mar- 
farachizi, dick fattaruso, david whiteman, george shellenbarger, thomas j. flynn, ted mott. 



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mathematics cLub 





standing: mr. watson. first row: brenda france, bonnie philpot, betty smith, second row: bob peterson, chuck from, billy love- 
lace, miss pettus. third row: jane Johnson, butch west, don brunkhart, jim young, fourth row: mrs. merchant, ron watson, 
earl quillen, wait romano. fifth row: jim manuel. 



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the local alpha delta chapter was founded in 
January, 1960, and is composed of students de- 
siring to achieve a greater knowledge of the var- 
ious fields of mathematics. 

there were visiting lecturers as well as staff and 
student lectures on the various fields; movies were 
shown to illustrate particular problems, on the 
social side, the group had a booth at the halloween 
carnival, a Christmas social, and a picnic in the 
spring. 



president billy lovelace 

vice-president jane Johnson 

secretary James young 

treasurer .... James manuel 

sponsor miss mary pettus-mr. j. a. watson 



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men's dORrmtORy counciL 





first row: |ohn nealis, bob dark, bud butler, don maxey. second row: bob brown, jim young, scott nealis, dan oesch, angelo 
chiari. 




the resident men's student association was 
formed for the purpose of making policies 
concerning important issues for the men of 
Stevenson hall. 

activities for the year were the homecom- 
ing display, and open house at Christmas- 
time. 



informal dorm discussion 



president robert dark 

vice-president herbert butler 

secretary John nealis 

treasurer don maxey 

sponsor dr. paul blacketor 



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miLesians 




the milesians was founded in September, 
I960, for discussion of philosophical issues 
arising from classroom problems and partic- 
ular interests of the students, the club exists 
to expand the student's knowledge of areas 
and schools of philosophical thought. 

the programs of the group are presented 
by faculty members and students, an annual 
banquet is held and there are trips to philo- 
sophical meetings in the surrounding area. 




according to dr. steinkraus . 



president 

vice-president 

secretary-treasurer 

sponsor 



bruce langdon 

robert schuldt 

louis foxwell 

dr. warren e. steinkraus 




standing: wally snook, fred elford, charles hicks, bob smith, louis foxwell, bruce langdon, albert cowood, ron adcock, dr. 
steinkraus, bob schuldt. 



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foreign student Association 





first row: helen woo, mojdeh bazorgan, carmen cabrero, eulalia serrano. second row: wooju bhak, boaz maforachisi, de 
metrios hionis, siew mee ting, dr. ghormley. third row: michael mitias, John g. mutambara, James yang, Jorge mir. 




the foreign students association was 
founded in november of 1961 and 
holds its meetings twice a month, it 
exists for promoting and consolidat- 
ing education and understanding 
among nations, it attempts to give 
help in the english language to those 
who need it. 

an international meal representing 
all members' nationalities was pre- 
pared by the foreign girls for the club. 



foreign news 



president jorge mir, cuba 

vice-president jim yang, china 

secretary . carmen cabrero, cuba 
treasurer eulalia serrano, puerto rico 
sponsor dr. hugh ghormley 



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union college opchestRA 





first violins 

Janice dougherty 
marcus felde 
connie marigold 
wilma maxwell 
barbara steinkraus 
margie Stevens 
second violins 
paula hampton 
richard blish 
mary anne curry 
byron felde 
martha hinson 
gwyn James 
susan mink 
James sproul 
Joan werley 
viola 
nathan felde 



orchestra personnel 

William hays 
Jerome redfern 
violincello 
j. d. kelly 
gordon marigold 
kenneth simpson 
contrabass 
warren steinkraus 
harold shehem 
harry herren 

flute 
alice dudley 
debbie igleheart 
diana matthews 
sharon matthews 
oboe 

sue nunley 
clarinet 
alvin dark 



wilma davis 
milton perry 

bassoon 
nancy bender 
william reiley 
french horn 
louis foxwell 
george reid 
russell nelson 
trumpet 
bruce langdon 
donald payne 
percussion 
ronald adcock 
Joseph beavon 
gwyn James 
harpsichord 
william elliott 



the union college orchestra is open 
to all students and persons in the sur- 
rounding area, the group gave a concert 
on december 5, 1961 with selections by 
persichetti, handel, mozart, beethoven, 
and a composition composed by the con- 
ductor of the orchestra, mr. allan e. 
green, on april 17, 1962, the orchestra 
gave a concert with selections by haydn 
and beethoven. 




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omentation committee 




the freshman orientation committee of 
upperclassmen acquaints the incoming 
freshmen with activities of college life. 

this year's orientation program included 
a variety show, guidance sessions, dances, 
interfaith breakfast, splash party, tug-of- 
war, picnic at Cumberland falls, vespers, 
theater party, and a tea at baldwin place. 




upperclassmen display their talent for frosh 




first row: alice blackman, barbara kidwell, billy lovelace, carol schultz, gretchen mcdermott lovett, glee whitfield, patty 
hopkins, kay roberts. second row: linda hoff, harriet tower, linda elam, becky bird, susan mink, dean mary owen, mr. town- 
send, third row: don maxey, skip george, casper carlton, John shepherd, bob wilson, torn hunter, bud salyer, chuck conley, 
bucky colclough, bob dark, ron ramke. 



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OXfOPd CLUB 





first row: joe beavon, dr. matthews, bob schuldt, charles hicks, mr. mcmahon. second row: torn hunter, dick rushton, pete 
leathersich, jim stinson, jack rivel, david whiteman, Christine rose, third row: don turner, jim gunn, david glahn, jim valentine, 
donna gaverly, westly wilson. fourth row: dave burleigh, charles graham, ron ramke, ed dark, John symes, alberta sheldon. 
fifth row: morris wilder, dale dellmore. 




bob and torn discuss evening program 



the oxford club provides instruction in 
areas of service to students who are pre- 
paring to enter the ministry, the group 
held an overnight retreat at levi Jackson 
state park, it had a jail and hospital min- 
istry including visitation, counseling, pro- 
vision of reading material, and a thanks- 
giving dinner. 



president torn hunter 

vice-president robert schuldt 

secretary alberta sheldon 

treasurer charles graham 

sponsor dr. robert matthews 



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Ip h t'sB 




first row: pat riker, sherry nelson, beth purdew, miriam hoyes. second row: lanie loos, sharon Jesse, rachael parker, carol 
I i I ley, barbara thomas. 



the p.h.t., or putting husbands 
through, is an organization whose 
purpose is to provide social activities 
for the married students of union col- 
lege, this year the group had a bake 
sale, an acquaintance party, swim- 
ming parties and picnics, a tea at 
which diplomas were given, and a pot- 
luck supper during religious emphasis 
week. 



president 

vice-president 

secretary-treasurer 



sherry nelson 

miriam hayes 

beth perdew 



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pi qamma mu 




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seated: bill hall, earl loos, standing: miss rena milliken, miss larue millen, dr. hugh ghormley, paul hieronymus, 
napier, gary Jesse, betty kelly, mrs. mildred storey, mrs. helene parry, dean mary owen. 



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president b. n. hall 

vice-president earl don loos 

secretary-treasurer rena milliken 

sponsor rena milliken 



the local beta chapter of pi gamma mu was 
founded September 12, 1955. the purpose of 
the organization is to improve scholarship and 
to inspire social service to humanity, the mem- 
bership is composed of students who rank in the 
upper third of the junior and senior classes, 
have majors or minors in one of the fields of 
social science offered at union college, have 
completed at least twenty semester-hours of so- 
cial science with a grade of "b" or better, and 
have submitted a research paper on some phase 
of social science. 

the activities of the year included an oral ex- 
amination on the research papers december 4 
and the initiation of new members on december 
11. a second initiation was held the second se- 
mester for students who met the qualifications 
at that time. 



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pUyLikGRs 





the playlikers is an organization 
founded for the purpose of promot- 
ing an interest in drama on the 
campus through acting or through 
learning the techniques of back- 
stage work such as lighting, cos- 
tume and scenery making. 

this year the organization spon- 
sored a night of drama, drama ex- 
perimentals, and took a trip to new 
york to see several well-known pro- 
ductions. 



clockwise: dick slusher, jo Crockett, george shellenbarger, carol Jones, 
vie taylor, mary olice lantz, joe beavon, regina mabelitini, Janice jack- 
son, arlene dempsey, casandra tignor. 



left to right: henry zingg, mr. reid gilbert, bob linblad, alice 
black, danny dine, roger watson, lee alien. 



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left to right: joann godbey, doris leslie, ann Stevens, Judy 
ogers, milton perry, carol ulrich, priscilla diswood, ann 
mc connell. 



president robert linblad 

vice-president louis foxwell 

secretary-treasurer mrs. alice black 

sponsor mr. reid gilbert 



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ua6\o cLub 




the union college radio club was 
founded in September, 1959 to promote 
amateur radio service at union college. 

this year the club set up an amateur 
radio station under the club's call sign 
w4ndi; established, with the help of the 
student senate, a student broadcasting 
station; sponsored code and theory 
classes to help those interested in ac- 
quiring an amateur license; and visited 
other organizations of the same type. 



president ernest hammons 

vice-president robert sopp 

secretary ronald adcock 

treasurer Wallace angus 

sponsor mrs. merchant 




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standing: lee armington, ron adcock, wally angus, ernest hammons, bob wood, mike carr, bob sapp, ted mott. 



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snea 




the local John owen gross 
chapter of snea was founded for 
the purpose of deepening the in- 
terest of capable students in 
teaching as a career; it encour- 
ages participation in professional 
activities at local, state, and na- 
tional levels, it emphasizes per- 
sonal and professional growth 
and encourages development of 
leadership skills. 

among the activities of the 
year were a Christmas party for 
a small rural school, a service 
project for mountain schools, a 
display in observance of national 
education week, and the visita- 
tion of local high schools dur- 
ing national education week 



president don's Sanderson 

vice-president wayne pridgon 

secretary lois crowe 

treasurer joann godbey 

sponsor mr. warren robbins 





first row: joann godbey, sandy tignor, wayne pridgon, 
doris sonderson, Judy rogers. second row: dick slusher, 
lois crowe, arlene dempsey, donald shelton. third row: 
Joan werley, barbara frahn. fourth row: nell hays, Caro- 
lyn burns, barbara kidwell, sally snowball, fifth row: 
larry westbrook, diane eby, lana browning, marge town- 
send sixth row: nadine baumgardner, mabel duff, mary 
ann suffelette, bonnie diehl. seventh row: cindy dark- 
son, ann wesley, Judy parrott, linda hill, eighth row: 
linda mcgaughy, evelyn reynolds. ninth row: ruth asher, 
bonnie niemann, don brunkhart, patsy alien, tenth row: 
pat worley, jim frutchey, ed bocock, nancy moore, 
marilyn phyllides. 



future teachers of america! 



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student senate 





seated: sally snowball, bob hays, wilma evans, alvin dark, Joyce thomas, alice carter, casper carlton, dan oesch, marcetta 
york, jim mcfarland, bruce langdon, ed dark, larry murphy, roger watson. 



the student senate serves as a coordinator 
of student interests and student affairs, it 
is the governmental arm of a student de- 
mocracy. 

the organization promoted interest in na- 
tional and international affairs on campus, 
worked for an enlightened student body and 
town community, suggested a proposal for 
bettering the cut system, and investigated 
the possibility of increases in workship pay. 
it started a student operated campus radio 
station and promoted the idea of lights for 
the tennis courts. 



president roger alien watson 

vice-president casper v. carlton 

secretary .... sarah snowball 

treasurer robert I. hayes 

sponsor dr. paul blacketor 




our next plan of action is 



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stespe^n 




the editor and his staff have 
strived to depict union's prog- 
ress, both instructional and phy- 
sical, as they also attempted to 
embody the spirit of the college 
community in the reflection of 
the past, the traditional, and the 
spontaneous in campus life. 







i wonder if they would object to eight more pages? 




thechoiceofstyleinthisbook 
wasmadetoconfusethestudent 
andtocovergrommaticalerror 



really don't think so 




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we proofread and prufred 








and then we had a party 




don maxey 
bob peterson 
rae stetler 
jan hicks 
wayne pridgen 
sally snowball 
bob schuldt 
don payne 
carol Jones 
torn allemang 
jim manuel 




your carbon was reversed! 



jack tender 
louis foxwell 
amy jones 
wait Johnson 



staff 

ann Stevens 
regina mabelitini 
lee alien 
sally snowball 
typists 
jan hicks 
carol jones 
barhara frahn 

photographer don payne 

art editor gene robertson 

assistant sports editor rae stetler 

sports editor wayne pridgen 

assistant literary editor carol schultz 
literary editor thomas allemang 

business advisor joe hacker 

advertising manager james porker 

assistant business manager don maxey 
business manager bob peterson 

advisor ... dorothy mcmahon 

assistant editor pat worley 

associate editor ... bob schuldt 

editor james manuel 



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U ClUB 





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first row: bucky colclough, charles akers, linda hoff, mary onn suffelette, betty kelly, susie russell, gloria krebs, casper carlton 
monroe hedrick. second row: floyd cook, al monroe, John moffitt, James harbeson, doug hulitt, skip ballard, jim young, ton 
swenk. 



the u club is open to all students who have 
lettered at union college by their demon- 
stration of exceptional athletic ability in at 
least one sport, the u club members act as 
hosts to visiting athletic teams and provide 
guides during homecoming, and senior mem- 
bers are escorts to the homecoming queen 
and her court. 



president robert patton 

secretary betty ann kelly 

sponsor mr. pete moore 



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ucca 





the topic of the panel discussion will be . . 



the union college christian association 
was founded in 1942. the organization 
fosters christian fellowship and under- 
standing and stimulates interest and ac- 
tion in local, national, and world problems 
through worship and discussion. 

one special project of the organization 
this year was the compiling and printing 
of a booklet of lenten meditations. 



president barbara kidwell 

vice-president torn douce 

secretary linda elam 

treasurer charles hicks 

sponsor reverend donald j. welch 




first row: cindy clarkson, nadine baumgardner, barbara kidwell, jim shaw, mary ann suffelette, ted bryson, don turner, donna 
graverly. second row: linda elam, dave saxe, lois vanhook, sonny gover, Joyce peacock, arnita dark, alice carter, becky bird, 
Jackie taylor, pat hobson, dick rushton, ed dark, Christine rose, cass waddell. third row: Joan kiernan, alberta sheldon, betty 
young, dave burleigh, lennie shetler, joe beavon, John mutambara, jim gunn, ron ramke. 



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women's doRmitopy council 





first row: marcetta york, sally snowball, Joyce thomas, patty hopkins, alice blackman. second row: Carolyn burns, susan mink, 
marge townsend, mojdeh, bonnie barnett, nancy bender, paulette look, third row: harriet tower, Virginia goodwin, gail fair- 
child, nancy moore, priscilla holt, Joyce roberts, dean owen, Joyce peacock, fourth row: brenda france, becky bird, bonnie 
niemann, vivian france, patsy alien, Jackie taylor, florence mohr, lois crowe. 




what are they planning now? 



the association of women students was 
founded in 1957. the organization directs 
the affairs of the student life entrusted 
to it, encourages individual and group 
responsibility, enriches social life, pro- 
motes a spirit of unity among the women 
resident students, and develops loyalty 
to the college and to its ideals. 

among the highlights of the year's ac- 
tivities were the all school talent show, 
parent's weekend, open house near valen- 
tine's day, the Christmas tea, and the 
council retreat. 



president .... 
vice-president 
recording secretary 
corresponding secretary 
treasurer 



alice blackman 

gretchen lovett 

Joyce thomas 

harriet tower 

patricia hopkins 



sponsor 



dr. mary c. owen, dean of women 



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released by love from isolating wrong, 
let us for love unite our various song, 
each with his gift according to his kind 
bringing this child his body and his mind. 

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off-campus 
Religious 
ORQanizations 



all the major denominations 
in barbourville have young 
adult fellowship groups 
open to older students, st. 
gregory's roman catholic 
church sponsors the newman 
club; first methodist church, 
the methodist student movement; 
the christian church, the 
disciples' student fellowship; 
the baptist church, baptist 
student union, these clubs 
are not connected to or controlled 
by the college, although the 
majority of members are union 
students. 



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Baptist student union 





piano — betty Johnson, standing: mr. and mrs. John dovid carter, ken damstrom, pat blair, leslie shaw, mary elizabeth fra- 
zier, Carolyn akers, ronald watson, lois laurin, Carolyn burns, Judy rogers, ethel melton, george shellenbarger, tom newport, 
sandy tignor, eddie moose, blair richards. 




the baptist student union exists to pre- 
pare baptist collegians for christian leader- 
ship, to minister to the needs of baptist 
students, and to act as a link between the 
campus and the local baptist church. 

activities of the group included the b.s.u. 
convention, a thanksgiving service, a sweet- 
heart banquet, an easter service, Christmas 
caroling, and baptist youth week. 



Sunday night at b.s.u. 



president carolyn burns 

vice-president jerry benfield 

secretary Judy scent 

sponsor mr. warren robbins 



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disciple's student fellowship 





first row: John nealis, carol Jones, torn swenk, ruth asher, danny oesch, libby Johnson, lynn dietrich, doris leslie. second row: 
Joanne knox, ruth eaton, pat hobson, katheryn roberts, John devoe, carol ulrich, Jackie taylor, alice dudley. third row: bill 
fox, bob bernhardt, dick west, dave harbold, Judy rogers, John orr, bonnie niemann, dennis bigelow, bob dark, bud salyer, 
rev. Stevenson, doug rodeck. 




religious jazz 



the local disciples student fellowship was 
founded in 1958 to promote a sense of leader- 
ship, fellowship, and christian brotherhood 
among students. 

the group plans to have one major service 
project a year, its meetings consist of informal 
get-togethers for recreation, discussion of 
relevant problems, and worship. 



president dan oesch 

vice-president torn swenk 

secretary-treasurer John nealis 

sponsors reverend and mrs. howard Stephenson 



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methodist student movement 





first row: donna graverly, ann wesley, berna-lu greek, elaine belzer, linda mcgaughy, Judy parrott, carol schultz, mary lou 
smith, helen woo. second row: Jackie taylor, pat hobson, torn Johnson, |im frutchey, bill reiley, joe beavon, dick fattaruso, John 
mutambara, ting sieu mee. 



the msm stimulates interest in theological 
and world problems among students, it pro- 
vides an area for fellowship and a deepening 
of christian faith within the individual. 

during the year, msm helped to support 
henderson settlement, visited the methodist 
publishing house in nashville, tennessee, and 
conducted weekly meetings consisting of 
panels, speakers, and open discussions. 



president ronald ramke 

vice-president linda mcgaughy 

secretary Judy parrott 

treasurer george reid 

sponsor reverend donald j. welch 




panel discussion about africa 



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newman cLub 





seated: angie chiari, lowell barnett, shirley stepchuck, regina mabelitini, vincent vendetti, father mulhern, george sparks, anita 
stepchuck. 





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the newman club promotes the unity of the 
catholic students of union and fosters good 
will on the campus, this year the group planned 
various films and lectures for their meetings. 



president angelo chiari 

vice-president, treasurer . george sparks 

secretary anita stepchuck 

sponsor father mulhern 



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time let me play and be 
golden in the mercy of his means, 
dylan thomas 



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coach pete moore indoctrinates 
new new bulldogs with the 
secretary of various plays. 



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pete moore 

head basketball coach 



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the 1961-62 union college basketball team had a 
record of 16-10 overall and 7-5 in the k.i.a.c. the 
bulldogs were tied for third place with bellarmine 
in the k.i.a.c. the team was led by sam cowan, ron 
brack, alvis wooten and bobby keith. the bulldogs 
were hampered by height, but managed to give every 
team a good game, the bulldogs will lose three of 
its starters due to graduation, as well as one of the 
substitutes, in the k.i.a.c. tournament, the bulldogs 
were beaten by transylvania in the first round 73-68. 
this season also marked the last in the cage for head 
coach herman bush, who was elected co-coach of the 
year in the k.i.a.c, and remains here as athletic 
director and chairman of health and physical edu- 
cation department, assistant coach pete moore will 
move up to head coach next season. 

the nucleus of next year's team will be built 
around sophomores ron brack and bill fultz, as well 
as freshmen donnie lane, bob rainey, bob hensley, 
and jerry bush, if the bulldogs can pick up some 
height next season, they should be ready for another 
good season in the k.i.a.c. 



bobby shoots in traffic behind a good screen 




standing: dove gover, ron brack, bill fultz, bob rainey, James hundley, alvis wooten, ted Stewart, sam cowan, bobby keith, 
James hensley, donnie lone, kneeling: don calitri, coach herman bush, coach pete moore. 



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swimming team 




first row: keith sauselen, wait romano, hap cawood, torn swenk, bill moody, bucky colclough, coach thompson. sec- 
ond row: don cordner, dave saxe, Steve baker, randy nelson, stan lawson, cas waddell, chuck conley, reid pate. 



the 1960-61 union college swimming 
team had a very successful season, coached 
by John goetz and lead by hap cawood, the 
pool record-breaker in the breaststroke; 
bucky colclough, state backstroke champi- 
on; roger watson, state diving champion; 
and ron boone, jorge mir, hugh hendricks, 
jim denham, george sparks, and chuck con- 
ley, the bull-dogs gave a strong challenge 
and came in second to the louisville swim- 
ming team. 

the 1961-62 union college bulldogs start- 
ed the season in great style with a victory 
over vanderbilt. the team had several new 
members, upperclassmen as well as fresh- 
men, the only returning lettermen were 
bucky colclough, chuck conley, and hap 
cawood. the new coach, charles thompson, 
worked the team hard through the 1962 
season. 




letterman chuck and novice stan 



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roger watson 

1961 state diving champion 




ray colclough 

1961 state backstroke champion 



1961 swimming pecoRfts 



state records set by un 

diving roger watson 

breaststroke hap cawood 

200 yard 
backstroke ray colclough 

200 yard 

school records broken by 

medley relay 
400 yard 



individual medley 

200 yard 
diving 
butterfly 

200 yard 
free-style 

440 yard 
free-style 

100 yard 
backstroke 

200 yard 
breaststroke 

200 yard 
free-style 

400 yard 



ion dolphins 
206 points 

2:34.3 

2:28 

union dolphins 

ray colclough 
hop cawood 
bill lloyd 
ron boone 
ray colclough 

roger watson 
bill lloyd 

hugh hendricks 

Jorge mir 

ray colclough 

hap cawood 

Jorge mir 
bill lloyd 
hap cawood 
ron boone 




hap cawood 

1961 breaststroke record-holder 



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first row: coach pete moore, mike Williams, robert patton, eddie bean, pat murphy, ray wright, Julian holland, James hampton, 
art logue. second row: wayne mower, douglas hulitt, charles akers, ronald brack, frank galbraith, bruce roberts, roger watson. 



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the union college thinlines brought the 
conference crown back to union last year, they 
were undefeated in conference play and lost 
only to the non-conference foes, eastern, ken- 
tucky state, and morehead. in the conference 
tournament union was victorious over bellar- 
mine, berea, georgetown,and pikeville. 

the thinlines were led by seniors bruce roberts 
(outstanding in high and low hurdles) and pat 
murphy (pole vault, shot, discus, and high 
jump), other outstanding members were bob 
patton and eddie bean in the dashes, mike 
williams, doug h u I lit and skip george in the 
880, alvis wooten in the 440, Julian holland in 
the mile and two-mile runs, and the 440 yard 
relay team which included bob patton, eddie 
bean, bruce roberts, and alvis wooten. wayne 
mower set a school record in the javelin with 
a hurl of 160 feet. 



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the 1961 union college bulldogs finished 
the season with a 10-8 overall record and a 
4-6 in the kentucky inter-collegiate athletic 
conference, the bulldogs were led by ted 
marcum, monroe hedrick, dennis bigelow, 
and conley marcum at the plate; and by roy 
dugger and ray Johnson on the mound, the 
bulldogs were hard to beat in the outside 
competition, but ran into a little trouble in 
the conference, the bulldogs lost only conley 
marcum, so the 1962 season for the bull- 
dogs looks better with experience and the 
addition of new freshmen. 




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first row: reed tyler, glen conway, John moffitt, jim harbeson, roy dugger, ron dunk, ronald robinson, monroe hedrick, ted 
marcum. second row: coach don shaw, jim mcfarland, dennis bigelow, paul vaughn, conley marcum, bob shaw, roymond 
Johnson, don riker, autrey debusk, richard west, casper carlton, gerald ballard. 



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tennis 



the union college tennis team, 
coached by John goetz, had a very 
enjoyable, if not sucessful year, torn 
adams was the only returning mem- 
ber of the team, although the final 
record showed 2 wins and 10 losses, 
valuable experience was gained by 
members of the team, members of the 
team were: torn adams, floyd cook, 
dave gover, mike Johnson, robert som- 
mer, and charles conley. with a year's 
competition under their belts, the re- 
turning "racket squad" is a sure bet 
to show improvement over past records. 



first row: dove gover, torn adams, floyd cook, second row: coach John 
goetz, John stone, mike Johnson, bob sommer, chuck conley. 



adrian dunaway, |ohn bruner, bob wilson, dave porter, James guth. 



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the union college "putters" had 
an enjoyable, although not sucess- 
ful year, coached by herman bush 
and led by John bruner, the only 
graduating senior, the putters gave 
a good account of themselves, back- 
ing up bruner were adrian duna- 
way, jim denham, bob wilson, dave 
porter, and James guth. with the ex- 
perience gained and better develop- 
ment of the putters, we are looking 
forward to a better year this spring. 




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intRAmuRaLs 



football 







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volleyball 



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intpamuR^Ls 





track 





girls 
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how dull it is to pause, to make an end, 
to rust unburnished, not to shine in use! 
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freshman orientation 1 W¥% 




standing in line is a union tradition 




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this is where they take your money 




where's stinking creek? 






freshmen lose 



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justice (?) 




no! freshmen cannot take calculus! 




already? 




this is supposed to be fun 




where's the confederate flag? 



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danieL Boone festival 




Joyce stansell and Stanley godfrey, stars of beyond the gap 
discuss the production with reid gilbert 



governor combs receiving members of 
the cast and crew of beyond the gap 




little cast members of the pageant 
in the pre-performance parade 




early kentucky preacher performing a mass marriage 




the rev. Stephenson spinning a yarn 




a home is built from rough-hewn logs 



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homecoming 




dsf's kick-off 




katheryn roberts 
linda hill 





oldsters 




pfeiffer display 
memory lane 



darlene rhinehart 



ruth asher 







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youngsters 



BALL 



Stevenson display 
raising a racquet 



homecoming 




alice carter 





priscilla holt 




snea's bulldog 




alice blackman 



nancy moore 




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ORama 




jo Crockett os gertrude 
hank zingg as Claudius 



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bill maxwell as osric 
hank zingg, jo Crockett 
jax Carroll as laertes 




mike snodgrass as gravedigger 
stan hall, bob sommers as horatio 



mike snodgrass as player king 
juanita Williams as player queen 
pat hurley and pat hopkins as pages 
stan hall as hamlet 




jo Crockett, lou foxwell as polonius, hang zingg, alice verner as 
page, jax Carroll 



heLLo out thepe 




lee alien and dick slusher in a dramatic moment 
from saroyan's hello out there 



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milton perry as jean 
mary alice lantz as kristin 
jo Crockett as miss Julie 



dick slusher as yank 
larry westbrook as paddy 
phil stone as worker 



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jim denham as iww official 
dick slusher as yank 




inter-regum 



open houses 




union advocates certain forms of gambling. 



i wanna stay! 





all the comforts of home. 



want to skip the dance? 



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interesting text, n'est-ce pas? 




not too tight 




campus Life 



just when i wanted to go to 





will casper win? 




i crown you queen of the shack! 




what's this button for? 



Saturday western 



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campus Life 




term paper duet 



but honest they're my brother's 





give me back my coke 



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stick your patent name on a signboard 
brother — all over — going west — young man 
tintex-japlac-certain-teed overalls ads 
and landsakes! under the new playbill ripped 
in the guaranteed corner see bert Williams what? 

hart crane 



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faculty and staff index 



blacketor, paul g. 19, 20 

bovd, j. h. 18 

bradley, erwin s. 26, 114, 113 

bradley, vivian 31, 113 

bush, herman 21, 107, 143 

carson, mamie d. 31 

chadwell, clarence 32 

cowan, loretta 31 

davis, norman w. 24 

dougherty, John w. 23 

dougherty, janice lee 32, 106, 119 

forman, elsie 27 

ghormley, hugh w. 26, 108, 123 

gilbert, Christine 29, 102 

gilbert, frank a. 24 

qilbert, e. reid 23, 124, 98 

qoodwin, Virginia 31, 132 

qreen, allan e. 23 

guha, manindra Chandra 24 

hacker, joe c 27 

hansen, bruce w. 25, 105 

hording, doris ann 23 

hays, William paul 22, 119, 100 

hinson, albert r. 22, 101 



hissam, ruth 32 

hoeltje, hubert 28 

igleheart, j. hayden 30 

kelly, John d. 23, 1 19 

lay, mary alice 25, 112 

lucas, dorothy 19 

mcferrin, lames b. 31 

mcmahon, william e. 121, 29 

mcmahon, dorothy 102, 29 

mangold, w. g. 28, 110, 111. 1 19 

marigold, Constance 110, 111, 119, 229 

mastin, Christine 33 

matthews, robert d. 30, 121 

maxwell, donald j. 22 

merchant, frank e. 28 

merchant, chnstine b. 25, 104, 115 

millen, j. larue 27, 104, 123 

miller, mahlon 17 

milliken, rena 26, 1 13, 123 

moore, kathleen 20, 113 

moore, paul s. 21, 143, 146 

moore, dale 32 

owen, mary c. 19, 104, 120, 123, 132 



parry, helene 27, 123 
patridge, frances 21 
pettus, mary 24, 115 
poqorelskin, milton a. 
potter, marshall b. 19 
potter, sherrill 32 
robbins, warren 20 
shaw, dorothy 33 
simms, charles w. 20 
singer, Catherine f. 34 
SDurlock, arthur e. 19 
steinkraus, warren e. 30 
storey, mildred 27, 1 13, 
thompson, charles 144, 21 
thompson, betty 21 
townsend, milton 19, 1 20 
watson, james a. 25, 115 
watts, Winifred 29 
welch, donald j, 18, 30 
wilder, barbara 33 
wilson, myrtle 33 



25, 99 



119. 
123 



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student index 



adcock, ronald 54, 117, 119, 125 

akers, Carolyn 1 04, 1 35 

akers, charles e. 54, 69, 146 

alexander, jeannnie 79, 109 

alexander, jesse t. 79 

allemang, thomas 37 

al'en, enzabeth 54, 124, 158 

alien, james s. 54 

alien, patsy lou 37, 102, 110, 132 

alien, william j. 79, 108 

allin, edwin 69, 107 

amis, thomas 79 

anqus, Wallace 69, 99, 105 109, 125 

armington, lee 54, 125 

arthur, melva joan 79 

asher, ruth 54, 92, 102, 1Q4, 136, 154 

auraden, katherine 79, 1 06 

austin, bobby ray 54 

austin, david 54 

overs, bruce w. 79 

babcock, franklin 79 

bailey, barbara 69 

bailey, patncia 69, 108 

baird, linda 79, 109 

baker, etta ruth 79 

baker, frances w. 69 

baker, Stephen 1. 69, 109, 144 

bollard, gerald 55, 147 

barnett, lowell 79 

baumgardner, nadine 55, 126, 131 

bazorgan, mojdeh 79, 132 

beagle, wayne 79 

bean, darlene 78, 79 

bean, edword 37, 146 

beavon, |r. Joseph 79, 119, 121, 124, 131, 

137 
beisecker, nancy 79, 106 



belzer, elaine 55, 132 

bender, nancy r. 69, 102, 108, 119, 132 

benfield, jerry m. 69 

bennett, karl lee 55 

bentley, John alon 79 

bernhardt, robert 1 36 

bigelow, dennis 69, 136, 147 

bird, rebecca lee 69, 120, 131, 132 

birdsoll, thomas c. 77, 1 14 

black, alice mae 69, 124, 158 

black, edward h. 69 

black, lorraine a. 79, 98 

black, robert 37 

blackmon, alice c. 37, 92, 106, 120, 132, 

155 
blair, patricia 55, 108, 135 
blrsh, richard a. 69, 100 
bloyd, rose ann 69 
bocock, edward d. 37, 108, 114, 126 
boggs, kenneth m, 69 
booher, ralph 69, 102, 114 
boone, ronald a. 55, 145 
boswell, mary e. 69 
boyer, mary sue 79 
brack, ronald 143, 1 46 
brashear, a Ian w. 79 
brown, mary e. 78, 79, 105. 109 
brown, matt hew m. 55 
brown, robert h. 53, 56, 1 16 
browning, lana sue 38, 126 
bruce, don w. 70 
brumbaugh, harry 79 
brunkhart, donald 70, 115 
bryson, theodore 80, 131 
burqe, randall d. 108 
burleigh, david 80, 106, 121, 131 
burns, carolyn sue 38, 126, 132, 135 



burton, Chester g. 38 

burton, eleanor s. 80 

bush, gerald s. 80 

bush, john a. jr. 70, 107 

butler, herbert h. 38, 107, 116, 99 

butler, laurance c. 70, 109 

cabrero, carmen 70 

calitri, donald I. 70 

canfield, paul t. 80 

carlock, janet kay 80, 112 

carlton, casper v. 38, 92, 147, 127 

carmines, james w. 56 

carnes, maxola 56 

carr, richard d. 70, 125 

carter, alice faye 80, 91, 92, 131, 154, 

127 
carter, clarinda j. 70 
carter, robert a. 80 
cawood, albert 38, 1 1 7, 1 44 145 
cerynar, Joseph I. 80 
chandler, peggy I. 70 
chiari, angelo j. 39, 116, 138 
dark, alvin w. 56, 1 10, 138 
dark, arnita 80, 131 
dark, edward a. 70, 121, 127, 131 
dark, mary ruth 80 

dark, robert I. 39, 107, 116. 120, 136 
clarkson, cynthia 56, 126, 131 
clay, nancy glynn 70, 99, 1 1 1 
clement, robert 70 
dine, danny lee 56, 98, 107. 124 
cobb, kenneth 70 
cobb, nancella 80 
cochran, mary m. 70 
colclough, sherwood 36, 39. 92, 94, 107, 

120, 144, 145 



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union national bank 





knox street — barbourville, kentucky 



union national bank 



knox street — barbourville, kentucky 



serving the students of 
union college for over 
30 years. 

safe 

sound 

secure 

saving accounts 

checking accounts 

traveler checks 

complete banking service 

member federal 

deposit corporation 
member federal 

reserve system 



frosh find new home for their money 



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student index 



collier, esteva 80 

combs, george rn. 80, 

combs, waiter j. 70 

comer, jomes dermis 80 

conley, charles n. 70, J 07, J 09, 120, 144, 

148 
Conner, david m. 80 
con way, glenn e. 70, 147 
cook, carolyn sue 71, 111 
cook, floyd h. 53, 56, 92, 147 
coomer, Jacqueline 71, 112 
cordner, donald t. 80, 144 
cowan, samuel 56, 146 
creighton, david I. 71 
crockett, trilby j. 71, 98, 124, 158 
crowe, lois carol 71, 102, 126, 132 
curry, elizabeth I. 80, 106, 1 09 
curry, mary ann 39, 100, 106, 109 
dahm, patty ann 80 
damstrom, kenneth 80, 108, 135 
davis, barbara j. 57 
da vis, wilma Joyce 80 
delk, harold jr. 80 
dellmore, dale lee 80, 121 
dempsey, arlene j. 80, 124, 126 
denham, james I. 57 
dcrossett, aaron r. 7 1 
devoe, John 71, 136 
diehl, bonnie sue 39, 126 
dietnch, lynn j. 81, 1 12, 136 
dimarco, paul p. 71 
diswood, priscilla 81, 99, 124 
doolin, June 81 
douce, thomas I. 71, 107 
dudley, alice jane 81, 109, 119, 136 
duff, mable lee 71, 101, 126 
dugger, roy robert 39, 99, 147 
dunaway, adrian 40, 92, 148 
dyche, patricia onne 110 
eaton, ruth i. 81, 136 
eby, diana may 71, 101, 126 
elam, drucilla m. 81 , 1 10 
elam, linda lee 71, 102, 120, 131 
elford, frederick 1 19 
elliott, William I. 57, 106, 1 19 
evans, wilma g. 71, 102, 104. 127 
evoy, wyn w. 81, 1 09 
fairchild, gail 57, 132 
fairchild, harold 81 
fattaruso, nchard 81, 114, 137 
fields, orvel e. 81 
flynn, thomas j. 81, 114 
foley, elbert j. 57 
foster, carol a. 81 
foster, dorothy I. 81 
fox, William f. 81, 136 
foxwell, louis w. 57, 117, 119 124, 158 
frahn, barbara a. 57, 126 
france, brenda 81, 1 15, 132 
f ranee, vivian c. 57, 101, 132 
frank, Joseph d. 81, 135 
frazier, mary e. 81 , 135 
freitas, dan 40, 107 
from, charles I. 71, 1 10, 115 
frutchey, james a. 71, 126, 137 
fuller, tonilynn 81 
fultz, William t. 71, 143 
gallagher, eileen 81 
gardner, james r. 71 
gleesey, William 81 
george, floyd e. 71, 106, 114, 120 
gibson, John david 58 
gilmore, sue 58 
giron, raymond 72, 105 
glahn, david a. 81, 121 
gleason, ruth I. 81 
godbey, joann 40, 124, 126 
golden, aubrey 81 
goodin, bobby r. 72 
gover, david 40, 143, 148 
gover, glen jr. 58, 131 
graham, charles 72, 108, 110, 121 
grant, Joyce j. 40 

gravely, nina I. 82, 108, 121, 131, 137 
gray, gail worth 82, 109 
greek, berna-lu 82, 137 
gressel, ronald k. 58 
griffin, michael 82, 105 
gunn, james h. 72, 121, 131 
guthrie, kay a. 42 
hall, bill n. 41, 123 
hall, charles jr. 58 
hall, elayne r. 41 
hamilton, John jr. 58 
hamlin, William 58 
hammond, donald p. 58, 106 
hammons, arvil 82 
hammons, euna fay 72, 1 12 
hammons, james e. 72, 109, 125 
hampton, james h. 41, 146 
hampton, lawrence 72 
hampton, paula b. 82, 100, 106, 119 



harbeson, james p. 72, 136 

harbold, david h. 72, 136 

hording, harry t. 72 

harnman, sharon 82, 110 

harris, juanita p. 59 

hastings, robert 72 

hatfield, wanda n. 41 

haulenbeek, robert 72, 105 

hawn, janet s. 59 

hawn, sharon r. 82, 106 

hays, robert lee 41, 114, 127 

hays, sandra 82 

hays, Virginia n. 72, 108, 126 

hedrick, monroe a. 59, 147 

heffern, robert v. 82 

hele, kenneth 59 

helton, helen j. 72 

helton, shelvia j. 82 

hen ley, betty lou 82 

hensley, james e. 82, 143 

herren, harry k. 82 

hetnek, merry a. 72, 102, 104. 105, 109 

hicks, charles m. 59, 108, 117, 121 

hicks, Janice c. 59, 106, 128 

hieronymus, paul 59, 123 

hill, linda lee 72, 91, 92, 126. 154 

hobbs, carolyn sue 82 

hobson, patricia e. 82, 131, 136, 137 

hoff, linda lu 59, 102, 120, 141 

holt, priscilla s. 60, 92, 102 ; 132, 155 

hopkins, a. lucille 72 

hopkins, patricia a. 72, 110, 120, 132, 158 

hopper, William h. 82 

hoskins, William 41 

houben, laura I. 73, 1 08 

ho ward, gayle d. 82 

hubbard, marvin e. 73 

hubbard, norma j. 42 

hudson, thomas w. 73 

hulitt, douglas r. 60, 107, 146 

hundley, james e. 143 

hunter, richard jr. 73, 106, 120, 121 

inglis, margaret e. 82, 106 

ire Ian, richard m. 82 

jackson, freeda a. 82 

jackson, Janice f. 82, 105, 124 

Jacobs, maurice s. 82 

james, gwyneth e. 73, 100, 106, 119 

jarvis, |eanne a. 82 

jarvis, mary jane 83 

jarvis. penny lee 73 

jasper, Stephen t. 60, 107 

Jensen, douglas p. 83 

lessee, gary d. 42, 106, 123 

Johnson, betty j. 42, 135 

Johnson, conrad r. 60 

Johnson, dorothy 42, 1 15 

johnson, elizabeth 42, 109, 136 

johnson, judith 83, 1 12 

johnson, michael 73, 148 

johnson, raymond 73, 147 

johnson, thomas w. 83, 137 

Johnson, waiter 42 

jones, carol a. 60, 98, 124, 128, 136 

kangur, alan 83 

keenon, rodney 73, 1 05 

keith, bobby r. 43, 143 

kelley, anna m. 83 

kelley, norman a. 106 

kelly, benny p. 60 

kelly, betty a. 36, 43, 123 

kidwell, barbara 60, 120, 126, 131 

kiernan, joan m. 131 

king, jay h. 83, 106 

kirkland, martha 73, 102, 104 

knox, kathryn joann 73, 102, 104 

kraus, donald a. 43 

krebs, gloria jean 73, 102, 141 

kreh, daniel w. 43 

lane, donald g. 83, 143 

langdon, bruce 43, 117, 119, 127 

lantz, mary alice 73, 124 

launn, lois e. 68, 73, 102, 135 

lawson, clarence 60 

lawson, Stanley g. 83, 144 

leach, carole I. 83 

leach, clarence jr. 61, 104 

leathersich, peter 78, 124, 136 

leslie, doris 83, 124, 136 

lilley, reginald 43 

linblad, robert b. 44, 98, 124 

lloyd, john h. 44, 107 

lloyd, norman w. 61, 107, 145 

look, paulette 73, 102, 104, 132 

loos, earl don 44, 99, 123 

lovelace, billy b. 44, 99, 104, 111, 115, 120 

lovett, gary j. 61 

ludwig, charles 83 

mccluskey, james 73 

mcconnell, dorothy 73, 124 

medermott, gretchen 61, 104, 120 

mcdonald, sharon 61 



mcfarland, james 74, 127, 147 

megaughy, linda 73, 104, 126. 137 

mabelitini, regina 53, 61, 98. 124, 138 

mace, Jennings 83, 105 

mafarachisi, boaz 83, 1 14 

maggard, vernon 44 

manuel, james r. 44, 111, 115. 128 

marcum, teddy 45, 1 47 

marcus, lloyd 61 

martin, joe d. 74 

masingil, homer 45 

massie, james d. 83 

matheson, gail 83 

mathews, james 61 

matthews, wayne 74 

maxey, donald 45, 114, 116, 120, 128 

mays, dons d. 83 

megee, milton 74 

melton, ethel s. 83, 135 

messeck, John d. 83 

messer, anna I. 83 

messer, flem r. 45 

messer, gertrude 45 

miller, diana I. 45, 102 

miller, wendell 62 

mills, basil 53, 62 

mink, susan c. 74, 91, 120, 103, 119, 106, 
132 

minter, edward 62, 99 

mir, Jorge 74, 107, 145 

mitchell, charles 83, 106 

mitias, michael 62 

moffitt, John w. 62, 147 

mohr, florence 83, 132 

monro, alfred 62 

moody, william n. 83, 109, 144 

moore, margaret 46 

moore, nancy ann 74, 91, 92, 103, 104, 126 
132, 155 

moose, edward 84, 135 

mott, theodore e. 62, 111, 1.25, 114 

mulley, willian 74 

murphy, lawerence 62, 1 27 

mutambara, john 84, 131, 114. 137 

napier, canton 46, 123 

nealis, john a. 46, 107, 116, 136 

nealis, wayne s. 84, 116 

neitzel, loretta 84 

neland, kenneth 84, 109 

nelson, gregory 84, 1 44 

nelson, james c. 46, 106 

newport, thomas 84, 135 

newsom, marie e. 84, 99 

niemann, bonnie 63, 103, 132,. 136 

nippert, howard r. 63, 105 

oesch, daniel 74, 1 16, 127, 136 

orr, john t. 46, 111, 136 

osborne, carolyn 74, 106, 1 10 

parker, anna lee 46 

parker, james w. 47 

parker, robert 63 

parks, richard 63 

parrott, judy c. 74, 101, 103 126, 137 

parsons, robert 84 

pate, robert 84, 1 44 

patton, robert 63, 119, 128 

payne, donald ray 63, 119, 128 

peacock, Joyce 84, 131, 132 

pence, daniel 74 

perdew, landon 47 

perry, milton 74, 119, 100, J 24 

Peterson, robert s. 63, 115, 128 

philpot, bonnie I. 84, 115 

phyllides, marilyn 63, 126 

pickard, donald 47 

pifer, erick, 68, 74, 108 

pike, lawrence 64, 110 

potter, finley c. 105, 108 

powell, patricia 47 

pridgen, roland w. 47, 107, 126, 128 

quast, kenneth 84 

quillen, earl w. 64, 1 15 

rainey, bobby 84, 143 

ramke, ronald 47, 106, 120, 121, 131 

redfern, j. Jerome 64, 100, 106, 119 

reeves, linda I. 84, 106 

reid, george 64, 1 1 9 

reid, robert k. 84 

reiley, william g. 84, 110, 119, 137 

reynolds, evelyn 48, 126 

rhinehart, darlene 84, 92, 154 

rice, bonnie sue 84 

rice, harry s. 74, 1 1 1 

rice, jennie jo 74, 108, 111, 135 

rice, paul 64 

richman, Joseph 74 

riker, donald 147 

rivel, john I. jr. 64, 105, 108, 121 

roberts, katheryn 48, 92, 104, 111, 120, 

136, 154 
roberts, mary j. 74, 1 32 



166 



pope 
lumber 

company 

national 
gypsum 
products 

r. f. Johnston 
paints 

546-4136 



barbourville 
kentucky 



people's 
gas 
company 



natural 



gas 



service 



phone: 
546-4185 



barbourville 



kentucky 



serving the kentucky area 




167 



student m6ex 



robertson gene h. 
robinette, Joanne 75 
robinson, paul e. 64 
robinson, ronald r. 48, 147 
rodeck, douglas w. 65, 136 
rogers, Judith a. 84, 124, 126, 136, 154 
rogers, mary 75, 1 12 
romano, waiter t. 75, 109, 115, 144 
roop, ernest g. 84 
rose, Christine 84, 108, 121, 131 
rushton, richard 1 18, 121, 131 
russell, ella s. 65, 141 
Salisbury, linda 65, 103, 106 
salyer, buddy 75, 107, 120, 1.36 
Sanderson, doris 48, 103, 110. Ill, 126 
sapp, robert w. 65, 125 
satterly, arnold 49 
sauselen, keith 84, 109, 144 
saxe, david n. 84, 109, 131 
sayre, j. ried 65 
sayre, William 85 
scent, judy 75, 106 
schuldt, robert 49, 1 17, 121 
schultz, carol 75, 110, 120, 
schweitzer, david 85 
seeburg, ingrid 85 
sell, norbert 
sergent, annabel 78, 
serrano, eulalia 75 
show, leslie 75, 103, 
shaw, james 85, 13 
sheldon, alberta 75 
shell, mary f. 85 

shellenbarger, george 85, 108 124, 114, 135 
shelton, alvin 85 
shelton, donald 49, 126 
shepherd, John 36, 49, 92, 1?0 
sheppard, rex 49. 
shetler, leonard 85, 131 
sibert, james 75 
sieswerda, paul 75 
simmermon, Judith 85 
simpson, kenneth 50, 106, 1]9 
sizemore, adna 85 

slusher, richard 50, 98, 106, 124, 126, 158 
smart, montrose 65, 112 
smith, betty 85, 115 
smith, ellis jr. 85 
smith, glenda c. 85 

smith, mary lou 75, 104, 110. 137, 106 
smith, robert m. 50, 117 
snook, waiter 65, 1 1 7 

snowball, sally 75, 103, 104, 108, 110, 126 
127, 128, 132 



144 



128 
137 



85 

135 
1 
104, 121 131 



107 
126, 



131, 141 



soares, ronald 65 

sorrell, terry 85 

sparks, george 138 

spath, John paul 66, 107 

sproul, james 1 19, 106 

stacy, adam 111, 50 

stamper, larry 66 

stark, william jr. 85 

stepchuck, mary a. 75, 138 

Stephens, brenda 85, 109 

stetler, rae 75, 103, 104, 128 

Stevens, martha 75, 104, 119. 124, 

stinson, edward 75, 108 

stinson, james a. 66, 121 

stone, george 66, 1 1 1 

stone, philip 76, 105 

stone, William j. 50 

strong, william 85 

strother, linda 85 

strother, ottis b. 76 

strunk, danny 76, 105, 

sturdevant, david 85 

suffelette, mary a. 66, 

sullivan, jay 85 

swanner, earl 76 

swanner, norma 50 

swenk, thomas 76, 1 36, 

symes, John e. 51 , 121 

szabo, richard 76 

taylor, freida 76 

taylor, jacquelynn 85, 

106 
taylor, Joanne 51 , 112 
taylor, patsy 76 
taylor, victor 66, 124 
tender, John w. 85, 99 
thomas, albert w. 85 
thomas, cecil jr. 51 
thomas, Joyce ann 86, 132, 
thompson, donna I. 76, 106 
thompson, james 86 
thurston, cecil 86 
tignor, cassandra 86, 1 09, 
ting, siew mee 86, 1 37 
tower, harriet 51, 95, 104, 111, 120, 132 
townsend, margorie 76, 126, 132 
trader, Jonathan 76 
louis 76 

donald 86, 108, 121, 131 
william e. 86 
carol I. 86, 108, 124, 136 

james 86, 126 

John c. 108 



109 144 



131, 132, 136, 137, 



127, 106 



126, 135 



trefz 

turner 

turner 

ulrich, 

valentine 

valentine 



venditti, vincent 138 

vickers, janet m. 86 

waddell, castner 86, 108, 131 144 

waqner, ronald 86 

walker, ronald 76 

waller, lorrene 86, 1 05 

wallin, curtis 51, 106 

washabaugh, richard 76 

watkins, daniel I. 86 

watkins, jenny h. 66 

watson, karen s. 76, 103 

watson, roger a. 51, 102, 98, 124, 127, 145, 

146 
watson, ronald 111, 115, 1 35 
webb, gilley elberta 76, 99, 105 
welch, lyda sue 76, 103 
werley, Joan e. 66, 112, 119 126 
wesley, elizabeth 76, 101, 126, 137 
west, millard larry 86 
west, richard 52, 136, 147 
westbrook, lawrence 77, 1 26 
wharton, John 67 
white, ruth 67 

whiteman, david 67, 121, 114 
Whitfield, carol glee 67, 100, 103, 106, 120 
wilder, fred 67 
wilder, morris 67, 108, 121 
wilder, vernon o. 77, 1 05 
wilkins, charles 77 
Williams, michael 67, 92, 145 
Williamson, nona 77, 1 08 
wilson, robert k. 52, 106, 1 2Q 
wilson, wesley c. 77, 121 
woo, helen 86, 1 37 
wood, robert k. 52, 106, 120 
woodbury, c. douglas 77 
wooton, alvis 52, 143 
wooton, iean h. 77, 92 
worley, patrick 62, 1 26 
wyatt, elizabeth 77 
wyatt, mary louise 77, 112, 141 
yang, james 52 
yates, harry 77 
yeatts, william 86 
vetman, james 36, 52 
york, m. lucille 52, 103 
york, marcetta 67, 103, 104 111, 99, 132, 

127, 106 
young, betty j. 86, 1 31 
young, james w. 68, 77, 115, 116 
young, william 67 
zingg, henry p. 77, 98, 124, 155 



148 



148 



vanhook, lois j. 86, 1 31 



foley's 

rri-angle 

laundry 




just a few 
steps from 
union college 

barbourville, kentucky 



louis' drive-in 

midnight snacks for midnight studies 

louisburgers, soft drinks, sundaes, complete dinners and short orders 

phone 546-3302 pineville rd. 



168 



cotton 
cleaners 

1-day service 
pfeiffer: 

becky bird 
linda elam 

Stevenson: 

harry rice 
george reid 




DAIRY PRODUCTS THAT CARRY THIS LABEL... 
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DAIRY PRODUCTS 





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phone 1257 



middlesboro 



kentucky 













american 






fidelity 






bank 




member 






federal 






deposit 






insurance 






corporation 


phone 546-3138 barbourville 






kentucky 



barbourville insurance 
agency 

roy I. faulkner, grace m. faulkner 
and charles w. buchanan, agents 

your independent agent serves you 
with complete insurance protection 

auto — fire — ■ wind — bonds 

phone 546-3303 

mitchell theatre barbourville 



hernon 
drug company 

the 
rexall store 

barbourville, kentucky 



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Booster page 



wes, dave, norm, jay, dave 

ted mott 

disciples of whitman 

willie and candy 

max d. yount 

compliments of dr. & mrs. congleton 

powell's barber shop 

hampton & nau 

woolum's barber shop 

maynard 

torn flynn XII 

al monro 

earl swanner & nancy turpin 

torn & porky 

pete & bonnie 

"the flying dutchman" 

"butch, bob, jim & 'konga' " 

uncle miltie 

the roving rebels 

alkie , lush , sat 
larry & sue 
ron adcock 
vie, dave 
alvin and gail 
maurice s. Jacobs 
finley potter 
west and speedy 
lee m. armington 
dick slusher 
"bo and sis" 
rebels — harry & don 
doug ray hulitt 
torn, jim, jack, sherry 



blair and jean 

jim and linda 

jorge mir 

gregory r. nelson 

California or bust 

jesse t. alexander 

wayne, ed and jim 

don maxey 

barbara I. lorch & thomas c. birdsall 

trader and gardner, 115 

richman & szabo engineering 

"hawk" "thumper" 

bucky and susan 

dona Id r. payne 

Stanley and veronica 

cookie & lois 

robert wood & ernest hammons 

bob & paulette 

karl bennett 

vincent j. venditti and nancy a. dearth 

bob and joan 

casper and nancy 

george and doris 

tex and sheryl 

double j's pat & wally 

sandra hays 

jim, jerry and bull 

wayne brashear 

bob and dotty 

torn and jim 

hap et al 

wait, alice and "babe" 



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rocaAaatcLA 




Fancy 
Canned Foods 

Distributed by 

HALE BROTHERS 

Fresh Fruits 
Vegetables 

Morristown, Tennessee 



herff-jones company 

designers and manufacturers 
school and college jewelry 
graduation announcements 
medals — cups — trophies 

jewelers to union college 

indianapolis, indiana 



barbourville 






firestone supply 


court square 






phone 546-4144 



r. h. williams 

most 
popular store 

on 
court square 
barbourville 



the pause that 






refreshes . 


(m\ 


wm 


middlesboro 


coca-cola 


bottling 


works 


(incorpoi 


•ated) 







engle # s 






studio 






the finest in 




photographic equipment 






and 






supplies 






— developing 






— printing 






— enlarging 


court 


square 


phone 


barbo 


jrville 


546-3142 


kentucky 





171 



advocate publishing company 

publishers of: 

the barbourville mountain advocate 
union college's orange and black 

underwood typewriter 

sunstrand adding machines 
all makes of portables 

complete repairs on office machines 



cecil h. wilson, '38 



phone: 546-3175 



barbourville, kentucky 



dairy products from meadow gold 



distributed in barbourville area 



Meadow 
Gold 



featuring the first completely wax free milk carton — 



plastic inside & out guaranteed fully leak-proof 



phone 546-3175 and 3779 



barbourville, kentucky 



172 




d & w cafeteria 

homecooked food 
homemade pies 
cafeteria hours 



1 1 am - 2 pm 



5 pm - 8 pr 



miller-yancey 
furniture company 

the store of standard brand furniture 

kroehler-lang-valentine seaver 

young-willett-simmons 

douglas-mersman-drexel 

globe-tell-city-karpen 

sold in barbourville by miller-yancey 

barbourville kentucky 



la 


resita corset 




company 


P h 


one: 546-4173 


walker 


barbourville 


park roa 


d kentucky 



now it's pepsi 

for those who think young 




cora s 
department store 

Jonathan logon dresses 

majestic sportswear 

vanity fair lingerie 

phone 546-3148 barbourville 



gordons food company 

louisville, ky. 





kern's bakery 


for 


the best in 
goods try 


baked 


kern' 


s bakery 


london, kentucky 


phone: 


864-2725 





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refresh 












with 












milk! 












when you're done 


in from summer chores, take time 


out 


for milk. 


drink it ice cold. 


that 


's when your thi 


rst feels the full cool 


'less 


of "nature's 


best refresher." 


ice 


cold milk, with 


its solid nourishment 


of 


natural pro- 


teins 


and 


vitamins, leads 


the field in refresh 


ment. 


drink 3 glasses 








you never 


of milk every 


day 


chappeSI's 


dairy, inc. 




outgrow 

your need 

for milk! 


middlesboro branch 


p. o. box 29 




phone 41 






middlesboro, kentucky 







knox st. 



knox cash jobbers 

wholesale distributors — rack jobbers 

confections — cigars 

restaurant supplies — sundry items 

health & beauty aids 

school supplies 

hwy 25e b'ville 



546-3400 



174 



western - 


auto 


miller & 


ball 


general service store 


toys, tools 


, tires 


barbourville, 


kentucky 



treadway bros. 

820 north main street 
building materials 
phone 546-3357 



barbourville 



kentucky 



rapp lumber 

and 

ready mix 

building materials for 
every need 

phone 546-3606 



barbourville 



kentucky 



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and dry cleaners 
fur and box storage 

linen service 
phone 546-3151 



175 



autOQRAphs 



c# product oj 




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COMPANY 

333 INDIANA AVtNUE 
*|NSION-SAlEM, N.C. 



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