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UNION COLLEGE LIBRARY 



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Abigail E Herks 

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STESPEAN 67 

Volume 40 

Union College 
Barbourville, Kentucky 

Marcia C. Singer Editor 

William S. Parker. .Asst. Editor 
Hugh C. Delk. . .Business Man. 



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Cover design by Steve Burchesky 

ABIGAIL E 



WEEKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 
UNION COLLEGE 
BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 



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T^BLE OF C03STTE3STTS 

Student Life 4 

In Memoriam 40 

Traditions 42 

Sports 54 

Organizations 68 

Leadership 106 

Classes 120 

Senior Directory 174 

Index 175 






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For her unswerving loyalty and devotion to the 
ideals of Union College, for her service to 
community and church, and for her interest in 
the welfare of all students, the 196? Stespean 
is dedicated to 

MISS RENA MILLIKEN 



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Many paths and many reasons bring us to 
Union . . . 














For some a new experience, for 
others a joyful reunion . . . 





For failing to obey, 
some must pay 
in a small way . . . 





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Quiet moments of solitude ... or losing 
himself in the noise of the campus . . . 
all are part of the many phases in the 
life of a Union student. 










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We are caught up in the pres- 
sures of the academic world. 
It demands much of us — only 
to give back more. 




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Each of us seeks our own diversion 
from the academic world — whether 
it be a nap in the dorm, games at a 
picnic, or working on a car. 




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Committed to various ideas and 
opinions ... we come together 
. . . exchanging views . . . some- 
times quietly . . . often vigorous- 
ly .. . but always learning from 
one another. 




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In the mists of the morning, a busy day 
begins at Union . . . 





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Smiles and friendly ways are long 
remembered as a characteristic of the 
campus . . . 





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Just as a puddle reflects a chapel 
tower each of us reflects an in- 
dividual personality. 






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Our memories are widely distrib- 
uted, but found . . . "Only at 
Union." 





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Here we spend our days and nights in a world 
of our own . . . 









ARIGAIL E. WEEKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 
A UNION COLLEGE 

BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 



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Members of the faculty help us select 
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Moments of study and research 
are spent here . . . 





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A place where ideas are set 
forth and accepted or rejected. 








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The long-awaited improvement 
of the dining hall becomes a 
reality . . . 







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A meeting place . . . 
A melting pot of 
scholars... A cup 
of coffee shared or 
perhaps an idea . . . 
The Center. 






And so the year passes with 
varying events and activities. 






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The year ends . . . and we leave with many 
memories. 







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Stespean 




Marcia Singer, Editor 





Coby Palmer, Art Editor 





Hugh Delk, Business Manager 



Bill Parker, Assistant Editor 



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CLASS EDITORS. First row: Eleanor Witherell, Freshman Editor; 
Hiromi Yamana, Vicki Bozarth, Senior Editors. Second row: Rich- 
ard Vande Voorde, Graduate Editor; Jeri Fields, Sophomore Edi- 
tor; David Lord, Junior Editor. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. Jerry Bott, Steve Burchesky, Terry 
Bott. 





ADVERTISING STAFF. First row: Barbara Hammons, Jo Ann Hatz, 
Gail Brown. Second row: Diane Peters, Cheryl Kinningham, Cherry 
Owens, Lynn Sutton. Third row: Steve Kalbach, Leamon Hinkle, 
Hugh Delk. 



EDITORS. Charlotte Lewis, Faculty Editor; Faith John- 
son, Lynda Dawson, Bruce Depew, Organizations; 
Absent: Mary Carol Giron, Traditions; Bill Hill, Sports. 



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DR. JOHN A. DOTSON 
1895-1966 



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1945-1967 



JOHN KIDD 
1946-1966 




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HARRY LOY 



This year the title of Mr. Union goes to Harry Loy, 
Columbia, Kentucky. Selected by the student 
body from the senior boys, Mr. Union is chosen as 
one who best represents the characteristics of 
friendliness and congeniality, who upholds the 
traditions of the college, who has a variety of in- 
terests, and who possesses purpose in life. Harry 
is a member of trie basketball team, the baseball 
team, and U Club. He is majoring in business. 



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Miss Union is Jane Law, Selbyville, Delaware, 
who was chosen by the student body from the 
senior girls. A candidate for the B.S. degree 
in elementary education, she has been a 
member of S.N.E.A., hockey team, girls' in- 
tramurals, Playlikers, and Alpha Psi Omega, 
acting in the production of "Private Lives." 
She has been a candidate for Homecoming 
Queen, Lakeside Queen, Alpha Phi Omega 
Sweetheart Queen, Stespean Queen, and this 
year was selected as the swim team's first 
queen. 



JANE LAW 



3S£iss Union 




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I^iss Stespean 



JANICE HEGGAN 



Miss Stespean 1967 is Janice Heggan, a 
sophomore from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 
representing Circle K Club. She was se- 
lected by Bess Myerson, Miss America 
1945, nationally known TV panelist, for 
facial beauty and personality as shown 
in her photograph. 



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Union College's representative to the 1966 
Mountain Laurel Pageant was Norma Jean 
Osborne, a junior from Barbourville, Ken- 
tucky. She was selected by a faculty com- 
mittee to compete against girls from oth- 
er Kentucky colleges at the Mountain 
Laurel Festival held in May each year at 
Pineville, Kentucky. Norma is an elemen- 
tary education major with a biology minor. 



NORMA JEAN OSBORNE 



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Representative 




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Homecoming 



Queen 



FAITH EILEEN JOHNSON 



The Homecoming Queen, Faith Eileen John- 
son, was chosen by the student body from 
representatives of the sophomore, junior, and 
senior classes. A sophomore from Trenton, 
New Jersey, she is a physical education major 
with a minor in home economics. Faith is a 
member of Beta Chi Alpha sorority and has 
been a candidate for Alpha Phi Omega Sweet- 
heart Queen and Lakeside Queen. A cheer- 
leader, she is also active in girls' intramurals 
and is a member of Pi Epsilon Alpha, as well 
as Organizations Editor of the Stespean. 



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The 1966-67 Sweetheart Queen, chosen 
by Alpha Phi Omega, is Marsha Kit Sep- 
lak, a freshman from Huntingdon Valley, 
Pennsylvania. A major in physical educa- 
tion, she participates in S.N.E.A. and is 
planning to teach. 



MARSHA KIT SEPLAK 



_A.lTp2ia, 3P3ai Omega 



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Givieen. 




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Snow GivLeen 



JANICE HEGGAN 



The Snow Queen, chosen annually by mem- 
bers of Circle K and presented at the Snow- 
ball Dance, is Janice Heggan, Cherry Hill, 
New Jersey. Janice is a sophomore, majoring 
in home economics and minoring in physical 
education. She is treasurer of the Home Emo- 
nomics Club and played on Union's girls' 
hockey team. 



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The Sweetheart Queen, selected by the As- 
sociation of Women Students for her contri- 
butions to campus and dormitory life, is Viola 
Bradley, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Affection- 
ately known as "Pink," she has lived both in 
Pfeiffer Hall and Tye House and has been 
active in many campus organizations. She is 
a member of Beta Chi Alpha sorority, vice 
president of Gamma Beta Phi national honor- 
ary society, vice president of American 
Chemical Society, vice president of Home 
Economics Club, and secretary of S.N.E.A. 
She is a home economics major with a 
chemistry minor. 



VIOLA BRADLEY 



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S-weetlieart 



Queen 




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j^r*. XJgly 



JERRY HALTER 



Now a tradition at Union College, Mr. Ugly 
is selected each year in a contest spon- 
sored by the senior class. Winner this 
year is Jerry Halter, a junior from Ocean 
City, New Jersey. Jerry is a physical ed- 
ucation major, a member of the swim 
team, baseball team, U Club, and Pi Ep- 
silon Alpha. He also is a member of trie 
Food Committee of Student Senate, Ste- 
venson Hall Dorm Council, and Circle K. 



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Flii Mia -A-lpliet Sweethearts 




JANET REIGELMAN 
Freshman 



CHRISTINE GEYER 
Junior 



KARLA STEINER 
Sophomore 



ELLA SUE COFFMAN 
Senior 



JUDITH ASHLEY 
Honorary Sweetheart 



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BASKETBALL RECORD 1966-67 


Union 


78 


Lincoln Memorial 


80 


Union 


82 


Oakland City 


85 


Union 


60 


Kentucky State 


68 


Union 


65 


Lincoln Memorial 


57 


Union 


82 


Hanover 


80 


Union 


70 


Xavier 


78 


Union 


80 


Transylvania 


88 


Union 


98 


Campbellsville 


85 


Union 


94 


Kentucky State 


64 


Union 


102 


Cumberland 


85 


Union 


73 


Villa Madonna 


82 


Union 


74 


Pikeville 


77 


Union 


88 


Berea 


60 


Union 


94 


Centre 


81 




Northwestern Classic 








Semifinal 




Union 


85 


Western Illinois 
Final 


83 


Union 


81 


Tennessee State 


96 


Union 


79 


Georgetown 


88 


Union 


105 


Centre 


73 


Union 


81 


Pikeville 


102 


Union 


71 


Villa Madonna 


84 


Union 


81 


Campbellsville 


78 


Union 


93 


Oakland City 


110 


Union 


76 


Transylvania 


87 


Union 


81 


Georgetown 


89 


Union 


70 


Cumberland 


84 


Union 


71 


Berea 


90 




K.I.A.C. Tournament 








Quarter finals 




Union 


72 


Berea 
Semifinals 


60 


Union 


78 


Pikeville 


83 




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BASKETBALL. First row: Woody Humphries, manager; Bob Pittser, 
Charles Rutledge, Coach Moore, Frank Vavroch, Doug Logan, Ron 



Lee, manager. Second row: Harry Loy, Larry Curd, Paul Carr. Ken 
Meibers, Keith Wortinger, Ed Gregory, Paul Andrews, Bill Hill. 



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FAITH JOHNSON 




ELAINE WALLACE 



Clieer leaders 




JANICE BLAKLEY 



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OLIVIA HOWELL 




BETSY SHELTON 




MARY CAROL GIRON 



BOWLING RECORD 1966-67 
Union Lost 2 Won 4 

Union-Pikeville Lost 

Union-Cumberland Lost 

Union-Kentucky Southern Won 

Union-Pikeville Won 

Union-Kentucky Southern Won 

Union-University of Kentucky Won 




Bowling 




BOWLING 



. First row: Pete Parker, Mike Parker, Larry Davis. Second row: Jim West, Coach White, Jerry O'Connell 



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SWIMMING RECORD 1965-66 




Union 


47 


Berea 


48 


Union 


37 


U. of the South 


58 


Union 


61 


U. of Chattanooga 


36 


Union 


34 


U. of Kentucky 


61 


Union 


56 


U. of Louisville 


37 


Union 


30 


Tennessee A & I 


65 


Union 


41 


Berea 


53 


Union 


35 


Morehead 


60 


Union 


29 


Morehead 


66 


Union 


36 


Eastern 


58 


Union 


36 


Vanderbilt 


58 



Swimming 




SWIMMING First row: Jerry Halter, Dennis Hamilton, Pete Miller, 
Gil Ciocci Second row: John Hill, Bob Sewalls, Dale Moran, 



Dan Hart, Russ Plpo, Coach Calitri Third row: Ed Alexander, 
Bob Linderman, Tom Boyle, Steve Burchesky, Bert Shepard 



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BASEBALL First row: John Pendleton, Bob Pittser, Doug Logan, 
Norman Taylor, Louis Lopez, Don Hicks, Tom Mohr Second row: 



Coach Moore, John Farner, Ed Hoepfner, Harry Loy, Clark 
Shadle, Russ Wyncoop, Tom White 



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BASEBALL RECORD 1965-66 




Union 2 LMU 


3 


Union 0,2 Berea 


5,5 


Union 3,7 Villa Madonna 


10,8 


Union 0,4 Georgetown 


12,5 


Union 6,11 Campbellsville 


9,1 


Union 3,5 Centre 


6,9 


Union 8,5 Cumberland 


9,7 


Union 5,18 Pikeville 


4,5 




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GOLF First row: John Farner, Ben Basone Second row: Robert 



Klug, Ron Coluccio, Coach Herman Bush, Jack Stewart 



G-olf 



GOLF RECORD 1966-67 

Union 3 1 /2 Centre 8V2 

Union 6 Cumberland 6 

Union 9 Transylvania 3 

Union I8V2 Kentucky Southern 2V2 

Union 7 Transylvania 9 

Union 12 Villa Madonna 

Union 17 Kentucky Southern 3 

Union 12 Transylvania 6 



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TENNIS RECORD 1965-66 



Tennis 



Union 


7 


Pikeville 





Union 


6 


Campbellsville 


1 


Union 


3 


Cumberland 


6 


Union 





Berea 


7 


Union 


2 


Transylvania 


7 


Union 


4 


Cumberland 


5 


Union 


3 


Berea 


6 


Union 


7 


Georgetown 





Union 


5 


Campbellsville 


2 




TENNIS Mike Parker, Bill McKinstry, Paul Erslan, Bill Yeatts, 



Jay Bartlett, Don Shaw, Jim Walker 



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CROSS COUNTRY First row: Coach Calitri, Dave Radway, 



Edward Brock, George Frazier, Ron Riskie Second row: Ben 
Kilgore, Jack Stewart, Pete Parker 



Cross 

Country 



CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 1966-67 
Union 21 Centre 34 

Union 31 Berea 26 

Union 24 Georgetown 32 

Union 30 U. of Louisville 25 

Union 50 Cumberland 15 



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TRACK RECORD 1965-66 
Union 69 Berea 67 

Union 771/2 Knoxville 58 1 /> 

Union 77 Centre 59 

Union 79 1 /2 Georgetown 56V2 

Quad Meet (Centre): Cumberland 88, 
Oakland City 51 V2 , Union 39, 
Georgetown 29, Berea 25, Centre 

19 1 /2 

Union 83% Carson Newman 52 1 /3 

Union 85 1 /2 Rio Grande 50 1 /2 

Union 37 Cumberland 108 

Union 51V3 Milligan 93% 
KIAC: Union 73V 2 , Berea 55 1 /2, 
Georgetown 45 




Track 




TRACK First row: Bill Barrott, Jeff Brown, Ernie Ayers, Barry 
Morlachetta, Ronald Brockett, Pete Parker, Barry Kehr, Dan Hart 
Second row: Ron Lee, Bob Leith, Bill Hoffman, Richie Shomper, 
Walt List, Bill Trent, Randy Long, Jack Seals, Al Cini, Harry 



Wolfersberger, Ed McDaniels, George Frazier, Don Connolly, 
Jon LePeyre, Neal Deaves, Terry Fleming, Don Bautz, Doug 
Logan, Jim Microutsicos, Coach Calitri 



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DIANE TRETHAWAY 



COBY PALMER 



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Omega. 

Alpha Psi Omega, the honorary dramatic fraternity, 
provides an honor society for those who attain a 
high standard of work in dramatics. Students are 
selected for membership after they have fulfilled the 
basic dramatic requirements of the fraternity and 
have shown a desire to be honored by membership. 

President Angela DePalma 

Vice-President Coburn Palmer 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Diane Trethaway 





EARL YOST 



OKIE PETERSON 






PAUL SOWDEN 





MARTHA HOCTOR 



RANDALL PRUNTY 



TED LOCKE 



DEBBY PORT 



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-A.ssocia.tion. 

of Women 

Stixolents 

The purpose of the Association of 
Women Students is to direct the 
affairs of student life and to promote 
spiritual growth and unity among the 
women residents. Among the projects 
undertaken were a display for Home- 
coming, the Big Sister Party, the 
Christmas Open House and Tea, 
Parents' Weekend Reception, and a 
party for the graduating seniors. 

President Myra Parsons 

Vice-President Kathy Brinly 

Secretary Elaine Wallace 

Treasurer Charlotte Lewis 




AWS COUNCIL First row: Charlotte Lewis, Meda Smith, Myra Parsons, Kathy Brinly 
Second row: Judy Holcombe, Viola Bradley, Mary De Vries, Connie Squires, Pat Shaw, 
Elaine Wallace, Miss Young. 




CORRIDOR REPRESENTATIVES First row: Patricia Brian, Ella Sue Coff- 
man, Maureen Sharrah, Maxine Stanley, Jeri Fields, Pat Shaw, Karla 
Freeman Second row: Phyllis Cope, Rhoby Horn, Janet Magsam, Char- 
lotte Lewis, Phyllis McAdams, Connie Squires, Sue Lewis, Miss Young. 





SOCIAL STANDARDS 
Carlene Stickley 



Phyllis Ratliff, Viola Bradley, 



JUDICIAL BOARD First row: Chris Tuholsky, Barbara Hesson, Kathy 
Brinly, Karen Ramsey, Janet Jacobus 



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Beta, Clai .A^ljolaa, 



Beta Chi Alpha is a social sorority which at- 
tempts to bring beauty, culture, and art to 
the campus community. As special projects, 
it maintains two rose beds, joins Circle K 
for a Christmas party for the county orphans, 
and has an annual Presentation Ball. 

President Pat Shaw 

Vice-President Joy Sartorio 

Secretary Faith Kunze 

Treasurer Carlene Stickley 



ANN ABBUHL 



DEBBIE BATEMAN 







VIOLA BRADLEY 



MARY CAROL GIRON 



BARBARA HAMMONS 



MARTHA HOCTOR 







MARY LOU 
HOLBERT 



FAITH JOHNSON 



FAITH KUNZE 



JEROLYN LIGHTNER 







JO DELLA NEACE 



MYRA PARSONS 



KAREN RAMSEY 



STEPHANIE RILEY 



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PAT SHAW 




LYNN SUTTON 





JOY SARTORIO 




BETSY SHELTON 




DIANE TRETHAWAY 




VIVIAN VAIR 



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SYLVIA YERGER 




SANDI SCHNITZ 




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MARCIA SINGER 




KAY TRUEMAN 





DIANE SHADLE 




CARLENE STICKLEY 




CHRIS TUHOLSKY 




MISS YOUNG 



MRS. GILBERT 



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Circle KI 



The Circle K Club emphasizes leadership in 
service, encourages participation in group 
activities, and promotes fellowship and 
scholarship. 

Club activities included a float in the Daniel 
Boone Parade, a display for Homecoming, 
the Snowball Dance, and a party for under- 
privileged children at Christmas. 

President David Apner 

Vice-President Barry Foster 

Secretary Don Anderson 

Treasurer Bruce Rollman 





CIRCLE K First row: David Apner, Dr. Gilbert, Barry Foster, 
Jack Colley, Bob Gutknecht, Tim Marsh Second row: Gary 
Mills, Howard Brewster, Bill Butz, Mike Bumgardner, Bruce Roll- 
man, Barry Wood, Bill Boyington, Tom Manuel, Ron Sell, Jeff 



Wagner Third row: Ralph Stepp, Jerry Brown, John Pilkey, 

Palmer Robeson, Bud Bradford, Don Anderson Fourth row: 

Lance St. Clair, Jim West, John Entelisano, Craig Taylor Fifth 
row: Bob Thurber, Jim Hollitield, Paul Sowden 



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lota Sigma Nu, honorary scholastic society at Union College, 
encourages high ideals, promotes diligence in study, and 
rewards excellence in scholarship. Awards are presented 
on Honors Day to the freshman and the sophomore with 
the highest scholastic average. Annually lota Sigma Nu 
publishes "The Garret", featuring art and literary work by 
Union students. 

Recognition is given each year to some person who best 
exemplifies the purposes of lota Sigma Nu. Dr. Erwin S. 
Bradley, chairman of the Division of Social Studies at 
Union College, was honored in the spring of 1966. 

President Lester Bartley 

Vice-President .... Robert K. Wilson 

Secretary-Treasurer Sue Lewis 

Ritualist Kathy Fox Daniels 

Historian .... Catherine F. Singer 




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IOTA SIGMA NU First row: Sue Lewis, Lester Bartley, Kathy 
Fox Daniels, Elizabeth Todd Shaw, Allie Martin Mays, Catherine 
Faulkner Singer, Ann Renfro Shelley, Ed Shields Second row: 
Susan Pope, Phillip Malone, Dora Sue Oxendine, Margie Worley, 
Deril Mays, Jerry Turner, Linda Shannon Turner, David Waltz, 



Norma Foley Turner, John R. Wheeler, Robert Galbo. Rena Mllll- 
ken, Sue Tuggle Carr, Vivian Bradley, Dr. Erwin S. Bradley, 
Judith Helton, John Benson, Sue Frazier, Paul Isaacs, Sara 
Gilpin 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First row: Faith Kunze, Kay True- 
man, Pink Bradley, Janice Heggan Second row: Nancy Tucker, 



Melinda Pickard, Miss Lay, Phyllis Cope, 
Abbuhl, Ruth Hardison, Karla Freeman 



Mildred Wilson, Ann 



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Home Economics Olioo 



The Home Economics Club serves to benefit 
the women students of Union College by 
promoting an interest in home and family 
living. This year it took first place in the 
Halloween Jamboree and in the Homecom- 
ing display. 

President .... Kay Trueman 
Vice-President . Pink Bradley 

Secretary Faith Kunze 

Treasurer Janice Heggan 




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Gamma, Beta JiPlii 



Gamma Beta Phi is a national honor society 
open to students who were Beta Club mem- 
bers in high school and to upper classmen 
who can meet membership requirements. Its 
motto is: Scholarship, Service, and Character. 
Chartered in April 1966, this society hopes 
to take a place of active leadership on Union 
College campus. 




President Janice Bryant 

Vice-President Viola Bradley 

Secretary Phyllis Ratliff 

Treasurer Carlene Stickley 




GAMMA BETA PHI First row: Mrs. Singer. Sue Gibo. Ann Black, 
Phyllis Ratliff. Janice Bryant. Carlene Stickley, Carlene Triplett, 
Hiromi Yamana, Karla Steiner Second row: Judy Holcombe, 
Kathleen Brinly, Marcia Singer, Kay Martin, Olivia Howell. Mary 
Jo Jaynes, Christine Tuholsky. Janet Tomlinson, Jody Neace 
Third row: Ruth Ann Johnston, Charlotte Lewis, Maxine Stanley, 



Daniel Anderson, Lester Bartley, Samuel Clonch, Reid Clapham, 
Michael Bumgardner, Kyle Perkins, Robert Macneil, Judy Ashley, 
Judy Morgan, Joyce White Fourth row: Walter Hull, Robert 
Weyand, Ronald Filler, Douglas Sipple, Thomas McFarland, David 
Graham, Charles Calloway, W. William Fawley, J. Thomas 
Sturgis 



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MARTIN HOUSE: Jack Worley, Jack Phillips, Mrs. Martin, Dr. Watts, Dave Simon, Ed Lamb 



^Istrtin House 




For several years a group of boys has 
lived at the home of Mrs. Sadie Martin 
on College Street across from Steven- 
son Hall. These boys have taken an 
active part in campus life, and Mrs. 
Martin has been like a housemother 
to them. Dr. Winifred Watts lives in an 
apartment in the Martin House. 



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Lakeside Iwletxior 

JDorrxiitory 

Co-u-xicil 





LAKESIDE DORM COUNCIL First row: Jim Hollifield, Vice- 
President; Craig Taylor, President; Steve Baldwin, Secretary 



Second row: Dave Apner, Bill Hartung, John Follit, Treasurer; 
Jon Merckens, Richard Kloss, Jon Whittaker, Don Fowler 



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FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS, LAKESIDE DORM First row: 
Chuck Parsons, Larry Murray, Tom Beyer, Jim Carey, Bill 
Parker, Don Fowler Second row: Ray Owens, Mike Meehan, 
John Molnar, Jon Merckens Third row: Ken Fischer, Andy 



Long, John Follit, Paul Young, Vince Gattuso, Charles Calloway, 
Bill Blemlek Fourth row: John Bauer, Bob Underwood, John Whit- 
taker, Jim Hollifield, Bill Pusey, Sandy Horowitz, Dick Burley 



Tlae Men of tlie Manor 



THIRD FLOOR, LAKESIDE DORM First row: Craig Taylor, Ray 
O'Connell, Ed Diehl, Barry Foster, Dave Apner, Richard Kloss, 
Jeff Brown Second row: Tom Mullen, Scott Jenkins, Ken 
Kleeb, Fred Noyes, Eric Krebs, Bill Barrott Third row: Pete 



Quimby, Butch Evans, Ken Turner, Millard Seay, Bob Stevens, 
Maurice Quelle, Joseph Alford Fourth row: John Sullivan, Mike 
Gensler, Bill Hartung, Curtis Payne, John Farner, Steve Baldwin, 
Steve Mahler, Don Dickinson, Sam Powell 




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METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT First row: Jerolyn Lightner, 
Mary DeVries, Joyce White, Kay Dawn Hoops, Judith Gardiner, 
Carlene Tripled, Marcia Singer, Barbara Ermin Second row: 



David Rockwell, George Bradford, Tom Manuel, Bruce Morrison, 
Phillip Malone, Hobart Coffman. John Thompson, Scott Jenkins, 
Wayne Hawley 



Ivflletliociist Student Movement 




The Methodist Student Movement is the Methodist- 
related organization which links community and 
campus. During Orientation Week the group assists 
the church in sponsoring a Hawaiian Luau for new 
students. 

President Bruce Morrison 

Vice-President Wayne Hawley 

Secretary Barbara Ermin 

Treasurer Scott Jenkins 



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The Orange and Black is the student newspaper. 

It seeks to keep the students informed about 

events on campus and to provide a sounding board 

for student opinion. 

Editor Stephanie Riley 

Assistant Editor Carl Pattison 

Assistant Editor Jody Neace 

Business Manager Hugh Delk 

Advertising Manager . . . Linda Harris 




Orange and Blade 




ORANGE AND BLACK Steve Burchesky, Jody Neace, Janice 



Blakley, Stephanie Riley, Kay Trueman. Bruce DePew, Martha 
Hoctor, Ron Naylor, Jerry Correll, Carl Pattison 



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The members of Oxford Club are Christian service 
workers who sponsor religious activities on the cam- 
pus. They are responsible for the Thanksgiving Day 
worship service and participate in the chapel services 
and discussion of Faith and Life Week. As part of 
their service to campus they publish a student direc- 
tory each year. 

President Dave Rockwell 

Vice-President Karl Kraft 

Secretary Joyce Anderson 

Treasurer John Gordon 



Oxford Club 




OXFORD CLUB First row: Scott Campbell, John Gordon. Joyce 
Anderson, Karl Kraft, Dave Rockwell, Dr. Matthews Second 
row: Thomas Bates, Janet Jacobus, John Janka, Linda Bechtol. 



Barry Wood, Kathy Chamberlain, Vicki Bozarth, Phil Malone, 
Mary de Vries, Hobart Coflman. Barbara Hesson, Phil Barnum 



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Pi Epsilon Alpha provides profession- 
al experience for those students who 
are physical education majors and 
minors. One of their activities was 
sponsoring the pep rally and bonfire 
before the opening of basketball 
season. They also participate in the 
intramural program. 

President John Farner 

Vice-President Jean Linden 

Secretary Janet Magsam 

Treasurer Carol Proctor 



PI EPSILON ALPHA First row: Sara Gilpin, Jean Linden, Sylvia Yerger, Phyllis McAdams, 
Faith Johnson, Carol Proctor, Janet Magsam, Maureen Sharrah, Jerry Halter Second row: 
Dan Hart, John Farner, Bob Douce, Bob Sewalls, Jim Baker, Bob Gutknecht, Larry Davis, 
Tom Mohr 



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EDWARD BLACK 



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MU PHI, the Union College chapter of Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Music Fraternity 
of America, was founded with the purpose 
of advancing the cause of music in America. 
Among its service projects MU PHI ushered 
at the musical programs of the Department 
of Music. It also provided the music for the 
annual Thanksgiving service. 
In the fall MU PHI sponsored a Sweetheart 
Presentation Ball and in the spring a special 
concert in cooperation with Sigma Alpha 
lota. The MU PHI Sweethearts for 1967 were: 
Ella Sue Coffman, senior; Christine Geyer, 
junior; Karla Steiner, sophomore; Janet 
Reigelman, freshman; and Judy Ashley, 
honorary. 

President Arthur Clark 

Vice-President Larry Hayes 

Secretary John Van Dersall 

Treasurer Wayne Hawley 




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WAYNE HAWLEY 




MAURICE QUELLE 







DALE OLMSTEAD 



DAVID ROCKWELL 






ROBERT TATRO 



THOMAS GOLDEN 






DONALD HUCKLE 



KENNETH TURNER 



JOHN VAN DERSALL 



Playlikers is one of the oldest clubs on 
campus. It is open to all persons inter- 
ested in play production and is dedicated 
to the promotion of dramatics. Members 
of Playlikers served as ushers and assist- 
ants at the performances of the Louisville 
Actors Theatre and have also spent many 
hours working back stage, making cos- 
tumes and scenery and applying makeup 
as well as performing on the stage. Play- 
likers is the first step to membership in 
Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic fra- 
ternity. 

President Coburn Palmer 

Vice President Earl Yost 

Secretary Diane Trethaway 

Treasurer Michael Blum 




JjPletylils: ers 




PLAYLIKERS First row: Debby Port, Jane Law, Okie Peterson, 
Martha Hoctor Second row: Sandy Horowitz, Diane Trethaway 
Third row: Heather Cousins, Carl Pattison, Barry Stump, Angle 



DePalma Fourth row: Mary Jo Jaynes, Connie Squires, Mr. 
Gref, Mary Carol Giron, Coby Palmer Filth row: Mike Bum- 
gardner, Doug Sipple, Bob Rowe 



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Sfu.c3.ent 
National 

Education 
Association 



The John Owen Gross Chapter of the 
S.N.E.A. was founded to provide a 
professional club for students enter- 
ing the teaching profession. It em- 
phasizes participation in all levels of 
activity in education and encourages 
development of leadership skills. 

President Thomas Allen 

Vice President . . . Susan Pennycuff 

Secretary Viola Bradley 

Treasurer Samuel Powell 




STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION First row: Diane Trethaway, Marcia 
Singer, Carlene Stickley, Meda Smith, Debbie Bateman, Nancy Tucker Second row: 
Pink Bradley, Mary Carol Giron, Connie Libby, Virginia Griggs, Cindy Davies, Kathy 
Brinly Third row: Susan Pennycuff, Jerolyn Lightner, Betty Sadler Williams, Carlene 
Triplett, Peggy Beard Fourth row: Thomas Allen, Olivia Howell, Bruce Gallinger, 
Phyllis Cope, Kit Seplak, Bette Webber 




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Student Center 
Board 



The Student Center is the hearthstone of the 
campus. The Student Center Board plans 
activities for all the students. This year it 
had a steak night, sponsored Mary Lue Ren- 
nie, decorated the Center for Christmas, 
sponsored the second birthday party for the 
Center, as well as having weekend dances. 
Six Board members attended the regional 
ACU Conference in South Carolina. 

President Scott Campbell 

Vice-President Earl Yost 

Secretary-Treasurer Marcia Singer 





STUDENT CENTER BOARD First row: Earl Yost, Marcia Singer, Kathie Valentik, 
Judy Bird, Scott Campbell Second row: Miss Patridge, Linda Murphy, Sandy Horowitz. 
Paul Sowden, Ron Naylor, Bill Finney, Mr. Black 



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STUDENT SENATE Seated: Tom Renkin, D. H. McNeil, Art Lam- 
bert, Steve Cooper Standing: Bob Ireland, Bob Fisher, Frank 
Preston, Ron Naylor, Barry Morlachetta, Ray Borusky, Anna 



Hieronymus, John Follit, Connie Squires, Carl Taylor, Janet 
Reigelman, Harold Gregory, Bill Hoffman, Jim Wilson, Dr. Allen 



St-u.cient Senate 




The Student Senate is the voice of 
the student body. The ideas and 
desires of the students are expres- 
sed through this organization to 
Faculty and Administration. Through 
the Judicial Council disciplinary pro- 
cedures are recommended and exe- 
cuted. Representatives from the Stu- 
dent Senate serve on all faculty 
committees. 

President Arthur Lambert 

Vice-President D. H. McNeil 

Secretary Tom Renkin 

Treasurer Steve Cooper 



STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS Tom Renkin, D. H. McNeil, Art Lambert, Steve Cooper 

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OOD COMMITTEE First row: Dave Apner, Chris Geyer, Barry 
oster Second row: Don Connolly, Bill Lacy, Fran Glass 



Food Committee 



StvLdent Representatives 




STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES Ron Naylor, Ray Borusky, Janet 
Jacobus, Marcia Singer, Stephanie Riley, Shirley Allen, Larry 
Allen 



J-u.dicia.1 Council 




JUDICIAL COUNCIL Jeri Fields, Don Connolly, Bill Armstrong, Dan Vickery, Bob Weyand 

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Stevenson Hall 
B Wing 




B WING DORM COUNCIL Jim Wilson, Undergraduate Monitor; Hock-Soon Goh, Representative; Reid Clapham, Treasurer; 
Howard R. Brewster, Jr., President; Jerry Correll, Secretary; Jerry Lynch, Representative; Dick Vande Voorde, Graduate Monitor. 







STEVENSON HALL B WING ASSOCIATION First row: Palmer 
Robeson. Andy Long, Jerry Correll, Irving Schoenacker. John 
Thompson, Burton Gould Second row: Bruce Mitchell, Pete 
Miller, Oren Chaney, Bill Beckmann, Lulti Hazim, Tom Hodgkins, 
Eddy Brown Third row: Hock-Soon Goh, Craig Williams, Dan 



Anderson, Barry Hanulak, Ed Brock, Jack Seals, Darrell Sayles, 
Bill Stone, Reid Clapham, Bruce Rollman, Charles Kipp, John 
Semkus. Bob Sutherlin, Mike Penick, Tom Card, Bob Macneil, 
Bob Luers, Jerry Lynch 



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.A. Wing 




STEVENSON HALL A WING ASSOCIATION First row: Steve 
Liming, Dan Vickery, Gary Mills, Jim Melillo, Bruce Gallinger, 
Sandy McNeil, David' Mclver Second row: Bill Hoffman, Tom 



Renkin, Len Kopera, Richard Gibbons, Tim Marsh, Doug Cornelius, 
Vaughan Griffin, Steve Cooper, Art Lambert, Jack Cosbey, Tony 
Carrall, Terry Fleming, Ron Naylor 



C Wing 




STEVENSON HALL C WING ASSOCIATION First row: Larry 
Brock, Gene Shawaryn, Bill Bellamy, John Blackwell, Harry Poff, 
David Box, Donald Anderson Second row: Bob Anderson, Bob 



Hohne, Tom Manuel, Bud Bradford, Al Klineburger, Drew Wil- 
helm, Henry Osman, David Morey, Bob Shearer, Harry Darr, Wayne 
Symington, Richard Brooks, Dan Mackie 



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U CLUB First row: Mike Parker, Ed Alexander, Don Connolly, 
Janice Blakley, Tom Boyle, Arlene Stoll, John Farner, Mary 
Carol Giron, Bob Cox, Betsy Shelton, Pete Parker, Ron Lee 
Second row: Doug Logan, Bob Pittser, Billy Hill, Clark Shadle, 



Bill Barrott, Charlie Rutledge, Bill Hoffman, Keith Wortinger, Tom 
Mohr, Ed Hoepfner, Ed McDaniels, Tom White, Jack Seals, 
Don Bautz, Larry Curd, Dan Hart, Jerry Halter, Coach Calitri 



XJ CUit> 




The lettermen of U Club promote athletics 
and encourage school spirit among the stu- 
dent body. The club had a booth at the Daniel 
Boone Festival and sold basketball programs. 
At the annual U Club assembly blazers were 
presented for the use of the traveling athletic 
teams. 

President Jerry Halter 

Vice-President John Farner 

Secretary Arlene Stoll 

Treasurer Don Connolly 




American 
dieixiical 

Society- 



Promotion of unity among future 
chemists, initiation of a desire to 
study chemistry, and orientation in the 
development of new fields of chemis- 
try is the tri-fold purpose of the 
American Chemical Society. 

President Dan Wellman 

Vice-President .... Charles Rednour 

Secretary Viola Bradley 

Treasurer Frank Hammons 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Dr. Haas, David Lord, David Lobb, Pink Bradley, Ted 
Locke, Dan Wellman, Steve Liming, Dr. Poulos 




.A-ljplia, 
Delta, 



The purpose of the Alpha Delta 
Chapter is to promote interest and 
scholarship in mathematics. The club 
sponsors a visiting lecturer each year. 

President Don Connolly 

Vice-President Janice Bryant 

Secretary-Treasurer . . Lester Bartley 



ALPHA DELTA First row: Lester Bartley, Janet Randell, Miss Pettus, Janice Bryant, 
Elisha Dugger Second row: Mr. Evans, Don Connolly, David Graham, Hobart Coffman 



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Collegitim 




COLLEGIUM MUSICUM First row: Carol Hamilton, Karla Steiner, 
Louise Speck, Judith Ashley, Lynn Sutton, Joyce Kinard, Sue 
Blackman, Diana Matthews, Peggi Hogg Second row: Don 



Huckle, Bruce Morrison, John Van Dersall. Art Clark, Dale Olm- 
stead, Carmen Troil Not present: Dave and Gayle Lobb, Pamela 
Wallace 



Choir 




CHOIR First row: Mr. Jackson, director; Kathy Carr, Don Huckle, 
Diana Matthews, Joyce Kinard, Charles McDowell, Lee Farmer, 
Lynn Sutton, Sue Blackman, Karla Steiner Second row: Louise 
Speck, Bill Keeffe. Anna Marie Dixon, Scott Campbell, Okie 
Peterson, Lillian Steele, Larry Hayes, Mike Blum, Pat Brian 



Third row: Judy Pineur, Carmen Troil, Kay Dawn Hoops, Dale 
Olmstead, John G. Brown, Lou Bass, Lee Wick, Phyllis Syme, Carol 
Nourse Fourth row: Tom McFarland, Judy Ashley, Bruce Morri- 
son, Ellie Waite, Mike Penick, June Myers, Craig Williams, Art 
Clark, Pam Wallace, John Van Dersall 



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Concert Band 




CONCERT BAND First row: Gayle Bartlett Lobb, Judy Ashley, 
Donna Burnsides, Kathy Chamberlain, Esther Prince Second 
row: Bob Tatro, Lester Bartley, Phyllis Chaney, Meda Smith, 
Barbara Hesson, Jerry Bott, Ken Broomell, Joyce White, Terry 



Bott Third row: Tom McFarland, Dave Clouse, Wayne Rogers, 
Charles McDowell, Wayne Miskelly, Raymond Watters Fourth 
row: Robert Sewalls, Jim Pease, Ken Turner, Richard Jones, Mr, 
Green, Karin Craig, Bill Keeffe, Don Huckle, Dr. Linger 



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CHORUS First row: Phyllis McAdams, Pat Brian, Donna Burn- 
sides, Carol Hamilton, Lou Bass, Esther Prince, Lillian Steele, 
Sandi Schnitz, Linda Klumpp, Rhoby Horn Second row: Janice 
Prunier, Ellie Waite, Louise Speck, Karla Steiner, June Myers, 
Judy Hisle, Carol Hamilton, Joyce Kinard, Pat Shaw, Carol 
Nourse, Peggi Hogg Third row: Sherry Moore, Janet Tomlinson, 
Sheila Dozier, Lynn Sutton, Margaret Scott, Carol Proctor, Donna 
Welty, Sharon Brierly, Judy Pineur, Diana Matthews Fourth row: 
Sue Blackman, Judy Ashley, Kay Dawn Hoops, Ann Steele, 
Barbara Hesson, Jim Wolfe, Jack Carter, Karen Wimmer, Ruth 



Ann Johnston, Lyn Wirick Fifth row: Bruce Morrison, Wayne 
Hawley, Dave Rockwell, Richard Corbert, Dave George, Pete 
Miller, Bill Stone, Earl Yost Sixth row: Wally Hull, Al Kivler, 
Bob Cooper, Carmen Troil, Richard Gibbons, John Van Dersall, 
Joe Norris, Jerry O'Connell Seventh row: Danny Rennie, Bruce 
Depew, Tom Golden, Tom Sturgis, Bud Bradford, Tom McFarland, 
Scott Campbell, Karl Kraft Eighth row: Don Huckle, Jim Pease, 
Bill Keeffe, Charles McDowell, Art Clark, Dale Olmstead, Mike 
Penick, Lee Wick 



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Orchestra 




ORCHESTRA. First row: Barbara Ermin, Louise Speck, Dr. W. Gor- 
don Marigold, Alfred Kivler, Kay Dawn Hoops, Judith Ashley. Sec- 
ond row: Mrs. Constance Marigold, Larry Hayes, Dr. Nicholas 
Poulos, Terry Bott, Dr. Robert Matthews, Donald Huckle, Lynn 
Sutton, Joyce Kinard, Carol Hamilton. Third row: Gayle Lobb, Phyl- 



lis Chaney, Robert Tatro, Jerry Bott, Dale Olmstead, William Keeffe, 
Kenneth Broomell, Arthur Clark. Fourth row: Peggi Hogg, Ray Wat- 
ters, Roy Oerman, David Clouse. Thomas McFarland, Kenneth 
Turner. Director: Allan E. Green. 



Stage Band 




STAGE BAND. First row: Kenneth Broomell, Terry Bott. Dr. Bernard Donald Huckle. 

Linger, Jerry Bott. Second row: Donald Anderson, Thomas Weeks, Marshall. 

David Clouse, Thomas McFarland, Dale Olmstead, William Keeffe, 



Third row: Kenneth Turner, Mr. Allan Green, John 



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Sigma. -A-ljplia Iota, 



Sigma Alpha lota is an internationally incorporated 
professional sorority for women in the field of music. 
Based on scholarship, musicianship, personality, and 
character, membership in Sigma Alpha lota is open to 
college music students of undergraduate and graduate 
levels and to faculty members in schools where the 
sorority has chapters. The local chapter has joined with 
Phi Mu Alpha to present an evening of American music 
as part of the Arts and Faith Festival. 

President Gayle Bartlett Lobb 

Vice President Christine Geyer 

Secretary Pamela Wallace 

Treasurer Lynn Sutton 






SIGMA ALPHA IOTA. First row: Christine Geyer, Lynn Sutton, 
Pamela Wallace, Connie Squires, Carol Nourse, Janice Prunier, 
Gayle Bartlett Lobb, Miss Carole Wessler. Second row: Louise 



Speck, Frances Richards, Peggi Hogg, Joyce Kinard, Virginia 
Goodwin, Phyllis Chaney, Judith Ashley. 



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Owens 




CWENS. First row: Jeri Fields, Phyllis Ratliff, Betty Herbst, Judy 
Holcombe. Second row: Faith Kunze, Elaine Wallace, Charlotte 



Lewis, Ann Black, Mary Lou Holbert, Karla Steiner. 



Karate CItj-Td 




KARATE CLUB. First row: Wally Hull, Dale Olmstead, Peter Salmon. 
H. Wayne Adams, Ronald Mayne. Second row: James Wilson, 
Philip Barnum, Wilburn Jackson, Jon Blackwell, David Apner. Third 



row: Ralph Von Derau, Frank Hammons, Thomas Weeks, Curtis 
Payne. 



TwEilesians 




MILESIANS Carl Pattison, Wally Hull, Dave Mclver, Bill Arm- 
strong, Rev. Hansel, Mike Bumgardner, Jack Moinar, Anna 



Hieronymus, Martha Hoctor, Dr. Matthews, Mr. Freeman 



FHT 




P.H.T. First row: Susie Allen, Barbara Lirrderman, Beth Boy- 
ington, Sandy Emeigh, Sandra Milburn, Gail Ward Second row: 
Beth Main, Mrs. Wittlin, Diane Biel, Judy Boone, Drucilla Sipple, 



Joan Angel, Mae Carmean, Nancy Loy, Shirley Savage, Jeri 
Mahan 



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MAHLON A. MILLER, B.S., B.D., S.T.M., 
President of the College 



D.D. 



-A. dm in is tration 





J. HOWARD ALLEN 
A.B., M.A., P.E.D. 
Dean of Students 



JOHN H. BOYD 

A.B., M.A., ED.D. 

Dean of the Faculty; Acting 

Dean of the Graduate 

School 




ALBERTA COVERT 

B.S., M.A. 

Dean of Women 



CHARLES V. HANSEL 

B.A., M.A. 

Director of Religious Life 




ROBERT L. JONES 
B.S., M.A. 
Registrar; Director of 
Admissions 



MARSHALL B. POTTER 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and Grounjds 



ARTHUR E. SPURLOCK 

B.S. in EDUCATION, M.S. 

Business Manager and 

Treasurer 



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MILTON H. TOWSEND 

B.A., M.A. 
Director of College 

Relations; 
Director of Development 



Staff 



Officers 




EDWARD H. BLACK 

B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Director of the 

Student Center 



RUFUS BONNER 

Assistant Superintendent of 

Buildings and Grounds 




CLARENCE CHADWELL 

B.S. 

Bookkeeper and Assistant 

Treasurer 



ROBERT J. CLEMENT 

B.A. 

Admissions Counselor and 

Assistant to the Director of 

College Relations 



SARA E. GILPIN 

B.S. 

Residence Hall Counselor; 

Part-time Instructor of 

Physical Education 




MARY H. GHORMLEY 

A.B. 

Residence Hall Counselor 



JOE C. HACKER 

B.S., M.A. 

Director of Data Processing 

Center; Assistant Professor 

of Business 



RUTH HISSAM 
Bookstore Manager 



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FRANCES PATRIDGE 

B.S.E., M.A. 

Director of Student Center; 

Director of Student 

Activities; 

Associate Professor of 

Physical Education 




LUCILLE D. ROBBINS 

R.N. 

College Nurse 



CHARLES C. SADDLER 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant to the President 



DOROTHY SHAW 

Assistant to the Business 

Manager 



CATHERINE F. SINGER 

B.A. 

Alumni Secretary 



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ROLLIN J. WATSON 

B.S., M.A. 

Assistant to the Dean of 

Students; Director of 

Student Work 



BETTY J. YOUNG 
Residence Hall Counselor 




MILDRED P. ZEIGLER 

B.A., M.A. 

Residence Hall Counselor 



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College 
Staff 




LINDA ALFORD 

Secretary to the Director 

of Graduate Studies and 

Division of Education 



LOIS BARGO 

Clerk-typist in the Office 

of the Registrar 



JUDY BOONE 

Clerk-typist in the Office 

of the Registrar 




BOBBIE BURGESS 
Cashier in the Bookstore 



SUE T. CARR 

B.A., B.S.E. 

Secretary to the President 



LOIS CORDELL 
Secretary in the Library 



LORETTA COWAN 

Secretary in the Office 

of College Relations 




SANDRA K. EMEIGH 

Secretary in the Office 

of Student Affairs 



MYRA B. JACKSON 

B.S. 
Purchasing Assistant 



PHYLLIS J. JONES 

Secretary in the Alumni 

Office 




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ADA KING 

Secretary in the Office 

of Development 



LORETTA LI FORD 

Clerk-typist in the Office 

of Development 



MILDRED MAGGARD 

Secretary in the Office 

of Student Affairs 



FANNIE MARTIN 
Clerk-typist in the Library 




EVELYN MATTHEWS 
Clerk in the Postoffice 



SUE D. McDADE 

Secretary in the Office 

of the Registrar 



SHERRILL POTTER 

Assistant to the 

Bookkeeper 



NOLA WILLIAMS 

Secretary in the Business 

Office and Cashier 




MAINTENANCE. First row: James Miller, Harold Messer, Eugene Branstutter, Lou Hinson, Nanny Leger, Bill Nelson, 
Lester Hinkle. Second row: Edd Hubbard, Bill Carroll, Henry Warren, Roy Hembree, Mitchell Clark, Kenneth White, Rufus 
Bonner, M. B. Potter Third row: Felton Patton, Edwin Hubbard, Kenneth Hughes, Elmer Pope, Douglass Branstutter. Nor 
present: Ruth Neal, Emma Croley, Lenora Croley, Maud Tye, John Clark. 



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ERWIN S. BRADLEY 

B.S. in EDUCATION, 

M.A., PH.D. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Social Studies; Graduate 

Professor of History 



HERMAN BUSH 

A.B., M.A. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Health and Physical 

Education; 
Director of Athletics 



DONALD L. CALITRI 

B.S., M.A. 

Coach and Instructor of 

Physical Education 



CLEVIS D. CARTER 
B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of Physical 
Science 



Fac-u-lty 




NORMAN W. DAVIS 

B.S., M.S., PH.D. 
Professor of Biology 



CARL F. EVANS 

B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics and Physia 




DONALD FREEMAN 

B.S., A.M., B.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Philosophy 



FRANK A. GILBERT 

B.S., M.A., PH.D. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Sciences; Professor 

of Biology 



ALLAN E. GREEN 

B.M., M.M. 

Assistant Professor 

of Music 



EUGENE G. HAAS 

B.S., M.A., PH.D. 

Head of the Department 

of Chemistry; Professor 

of Chemistry 



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MILDRED B. HACKER 

B.S., M.A. 

Instructor of 

Physical Education 



PATIENCE HAGGARD 

B.A., B.S. in 

EDUCATION, M.A., PH.D. 

Graduate Professor 

of English 




ESTEFANA N. HERRERA 

B.S., NAT. S.D. 

Assistant Professor 

of Biology 




HUBERT H. HOELTJE 

B.A., M.A., PH.D. 

Graduate Professor 

of English 



DENNIS C. JACKSON 

B.A., M.M. 

Instructor of Music 



JAMES E. KOWALSKY 

B.M., M.M. 

Instructor of Music 




MARY ALICE LAY 

B.S., M.S. 

Instructor of 

Home Economics 




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BERNARD L LINGER 

B.Mus., M.Mus., PH.D. 

Acting Chairman of the 

Division of Fine Arts; 

Acting Director of the 

School of Music; 

Associate Professor 

of Music 



JUDY McCLUNG 

B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of English 



JAMES B. McFERRIN 

B.A., B.S. in L.S., M.S. 

Head Librarian; Associate 

Professor of 

Library Science 




CONSTANCE Y. 


W. GORDON MARIGOLD 


SADIE W. MARTIN 


MARIGOLD 


B.A., M.A., PH.D. 


B.S. in EDUCATION 


B.A. 


Chairman of the Division of 


M.A. 


Part-time Instructor 


Languages; Head of the 


Assistant Professor 


of French 


Department of Modern 

Languages; 

Graduate Professor of 

Modern Languages 


of Business 




ROBERT D. MATTHEWS 

B.A, S.T.B., PH.D. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Religion and Philosophy; 

Head of the Department 

of Religion and Philosophy; 

Professor of Religion 



FRANK E. MERCHANT 

A.B., M.A., PH.D. 

Head of the Department 

of English; Graduate 

Professor of English 



GAYLE MILES 

B.A., M.A. 

Associate Supervisor of 

Student Teaching; 

Assistant Professor 

of Education 



J. LARUE MILLEN 
B.S. in EDUCATION 

M.ED. 

Assistant Professor 

of Social Studies 




RENA MILLIKEN 

A.B., M.A. 

Head of the Department of 

Business; 

Associate Professor 

of Business 



KATHLEEN MOORE 

A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Elementary Education 



PAUL S. MOORE 

B.A., M.S. 

Coach and Assistant 

Professor of 
Physical Education 



J. C. NEWPORT 

B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of Business 




Kl SONG OH 

B.A., LL.B., M.A., PH.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Political Science 



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WILLIAM S. OXENDINE 

B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of Social Studies 





MARY PETTUS 

A.B., A.M. 

Head of the Department of 

Mathematics and Physics; 

Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 



NICHOLAS A. POULOS 

B.S., PH.D. 

Associate Professor 

of Chemistry 



L. D. PREWITT 

B.A., LL.B. 

Part-time Associate 

Professor of Business 



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HOUSTON M. PRICE 

B.A., M.M. 
Instructor of Music 



MARY E. PRIESTLEY 

B.S., M.A., PH.D. 

Associate Professor 

of English 



S. E. GERARD PRIESTLEY 
B.D., S.T.M., B.S., M.A., 

PH.D., M.S.SC. 

Graduate Professor of 

Political Science 




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ROBERT R. RIESZ 

A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor 

of Physics 



WARREN ROBBINS 

B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Education; Supervisor of 

Student Teaching 




VIRGINIA B. SADDLER 
B.A., B.S. in L.S., M.S. 
Assistant Librarian and 
Assistant Professor of 
Library Science 

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CHARLES W. SIMMS 

B.S., M.A., PH.D. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Education; Head of the 

Department of Education; 

Graduate Professor 

of Education 




FRANCIS X. SOMMER 
B.S., M.D., F.A.C.S., 

D.A.B.S. 

Part-time Professor 

of Health 



DOROTHY R. TALBERT 

A.B., B.S. in LS. 

Reference Librarian and 

Instructor of 

Library Science 



BETTY K. TOWNSEND 

A.B., M.A. 

Part-time Instructor 

of English 



WINIFRED WATTS 

B.A., M.A., PH.D. 

Graduate Professor 

of English 




CAROLE WESSLER 

B.M., M.M. 
Instructor of Piano 



JAMES H. WHITE 

B.A., M.A. 

Instructor of Bowling; 

Part-time Instructor 

of History 



ELLA O. WILKES 

A.B., B.S., M.S. 

Part-time Assistant 

Professor of 

Social Studies 




ROBERT K. WILSON 

B.A. 

Laboratory Assistant in 

Physical Science 



JOHN E. YATROS 
B.S., M.A., ED.D. 
Part-time Associate 
Professor of Psychology 



CURT J. WITTLIN 

PH.D. 

Assistant Professor 

of French 



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Seniors 




James Mahan, President; Phyllis Cope, Secretary; Christine Tuholsky, Vice-President; Don An- 
derson, Treasurer 



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MARGARET ANN ABBUHL, 

BS 

Harlan, Kentucky 

Elementary Education 

LARRY C. ALLEN, BS 

London, Kentucky 

History 



SHIRLEY WYAN ALLEN, BS 

London, Kentucky 

Business 




THOMAS L. ALLEN, BS 

Franklinville, New York 

Area in Business Education 



ROBERT A. ARCHETTO, BA 

Cranston, Rhode Island 

History 






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LESTER M. BARTLEY, BA 
Blaine, Maine 
Mathematics 

WILLIAM L. BECKMANN, JR., 

BS 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Area in Business 

JANICE BLAKLEY, BA 
Ages, Kentucky 
English, German 





SHARON HAWN BOGGS, BS 

Barbourville, Kentucky 
Physical Education, Business 



WILLIAM D. BOYINGTON, 

BS 

Oceanport, New Jersey 

Social Studies 



VICKI BOZARTH, BA 

Washington, D. C. 

Area in Science 




PETER N. CHASE, BS 
West Bridgewater, 

Massachusetts 
Area in Business 

HARRY CHRISTIE, BS 

Lakewood, New Jersey 

Area in Political Science 

and History 

ELLA SUE COFFMAN, BS 

Montvale, Virginia 

Elementary Education 




DONALD CONNOLLY, BS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Mathematics, Physics 



PHYLLIS ANN COPE, BS 
Rose Hill, Virginia 
Home Economics 

TILDEN DOUGLAS 

CORNELIUS, BS 

Church Hill, Maryland 

Political Science 

and History 




CLAUDIO 

CRISAFULLI, BS 

Raritan, New Jersey 

Area in Business 




LUCY DIAZ, BA 

New York, New York 

Sociology, French 



YVONNE DEVAUGHN, BS 

Bethel, Ohio 
Home Economics, History 



ELISHA DUGGER, BS 

Gray, Kentucky 

Mathematics 




DON L. DICKINSON, BS 

Takoma Park, Maryland 

Area in Business 



PAUL DUNN, BS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Biology, Sociology 




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KAROLINA EGORENKO, BS 

Selbyville, Delaware 

Elementary Education 



WILLIAM R. 

EMEIGH, JR., BS 

Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania 

Area in Social Studies 



JOHN O. FARNER, BS 
Buffalo, New York 
Area in Business 




BARRY WILLIAM 

FOSTER, BA 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

Area in Business 



ROBERT M. GALBO, BA 

Darien, Connecticut 
Biology 



PETER 0. GANTE, 
Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 
Political Science 



BA 



PEGGY GRIFFIN, BA 

Umtali, Rhodesia 

English 




HAROLD GREGORY, BS 
Barbourville, Kentucky 
Elementary Education 



FRANCIS GLASS, BS 
Rome, New York 
Business, History 



H. VAUGHAN 

GRIFFIN, JR., BA 

Rutland, Vermont 

English 



LINDA HARRIS, BS 

Springfield, Ohio 

Elementary Education 




WILLIAM HARTUNG, BS 

Clarendon Hills, Illinois 

Business 

HARRY H. HILLIER, BA 

Barberton, Ohio 

Biology 

SANFORD J. HOROWITZ, 

BA 

Great Neck, New York 

History 




MARY NELL HOWARD, BS 

Asher, Kentucky 

Elementary Education 

JOHN JANKA, BA 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

English 



JEFFREY KRONK, BS 
Huntsburg, Ohio 

History and 
Political Science 





ROBERT D. KUNATH, BS 

Corning, New York 
History, Political Science 





JANE G. LAW, BS 

Selbyville, Delaware 

Elementary Education 



EDWARD LAMB ,BS 

Valley Stream, New York 

Biology 



SELMA SUE LEWIS, BS 

Evarts, Kentucky 

Elementary Education 




JEROLYN IRENE 

LIGHTNER, BS 

Ironton, Ohio 

Elementary Education 




DAVID B. LOBB, BA 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Chemistry 



THEODORE F. 

LOCKE III, BS 

Collingswood, New Jersey 

Area in Business 

DAVID N. LOGUE, BS 

Junction City, Kentucky 

Health and Physical 

Education 




DAVID C. LORD, BA 

Norwalk, Connecticut 

Area in Science 



JOHN D. LOVE, BA 

Burnside, Kentucky 

History 



HARRY TRUMAN LOY, BS 

Columbia, Kentucky 

Business 



GERALD EUGENE 

LYNCH, BS 

Nicholson, Pennsylvania 

Area in Business 





JAMES E. MAHAN, BA 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Business, Biology 



THOR B. MAGNUSEN, BA 

Sherborn, Massachusetts 

Biology 



JOHN MARSHALL, BS 

Batavia, New York 

Social Studies 




PHILLIP DALE 

MALONE, BA 

Ironton, Ohio 

Religion, English 



DELLA JONES MARTIN, BS 

Corbin, Kentucky 

Elementary Education 




MITZI REAMS 

MCDONALD, BS 

Barbourville, Kentucky 

Social Studies 



DOUGLAS H. MCNEIL, BS 
Rockville Centre, New York 
History and Political Science 



JON MERCKENS, BS 

Marblehead, Ohio 

French 




DAVID THOMAS MILLS, BS 

Smyrna, Delaware 

Business, Education 

R. BRUCE MORRISON, BA 

Uniontown, Ohio 

Religion 

HOWARD D. MURPHY, BS 

Kenilworth, New Jersey 

Social Studies 




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MYRA L. PARSONS, BS 
Harlan, Kentucky 

Health and 
Physical Education 

WILLIAM EDWARD 

PATTON, BS 

East Bernstadt, Kentucky 

Social Studies, Business 

SUSAN JANE 

PENNYCUFF, BS 

Stearns, Kentucky 

Area in Business Education 




DONALD JOHN PHILLIPS, 

BS 

Owego, New York 

Area in Business 

FRANK J. PRESTON, BS 
Keeseville, New York 

History and 
Political Science 



MAURICE E. QUELLE, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
German, French 



BA 




DAVID M. SIMON, BS 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Area in Business 

PAUL H. SOWDEN, BS 

Marion, Massachusetts 

Elementary Education, 

Sociology 

WILLIAM STAFFORD, BA 

Smyrna, Delaware 

English 




DANIEL A. STINSON, BS 

Brooklyn, New York 

Area in Social Studies 

L. ARLENE 
MATTHEWS STOLL, BS 
Lakewood, New Jersey 

Health and 
Physical Education 



WILLIAM STRONG, BS 
Hazard, Kentucky 

Health and 
Physical Education 





JIRYIS S. SWEIS, BS 
Amman, Jordan 

History and 
Political Science 



DIANE JEAN TRETHAWAY, 

BS 

East Natick, Massachusetts 

Elementary Education 




CARL E. TAYLOR II, BA 

Oil City, Pennsylvania 

Business 



CHASTIAN TAURMAN, BS 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

History and 
Political Science 



JOCELYN D. TAYLOR, BS 
Everett, Pennsylvania 

Health and 
Physical Education 



NANCY P. TUCKER, BS 

Hampton Bays, New York 

Elementary Education 





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CHRISTINE MICHELE 

TUHOLSKY, BA 

Paducah, Kentucky 

German, French 



VIVIAN J. VAIR, BA 

Ridgewood, New York 

English 

DAVID WALTZ, BA 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 

History, French 




DANIEL WELLMAN, BA 

London, Kentucky 
Chemistry, Mathematics 



JAMES R. WEST, BS 

Hamburg, New York 

Area in Business 



THOMAS J. WHITE, BA 

New York, New York 

Biology 



BETTY SADLER 
WILLIAMS, BS 

Jonesville, Virginia 
English 

HIROMI YAMANA, BA 

Moorestown, New Jersey 

Biology 

J. EARL YOST, BS 

Wenonah, New Jersey 

Biology 






Juniors 




Ed Christiansen, President; Kathy Brinly, Treasurer; Vincent Gattuso, Vice-President 



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JOHN A. ACTON 
Haddonfield, New Jersey 



EDWARD ALEXANDER 
Cynthiana, Kentucky 



WILLIAM ARMSTRONG 
Falls Church, Virginia 



GENNARO J. ASSORGI 
Valley Stream, New York 



BEVERLY BABBAGE 
Harlan, Kentucky 




JAMES BAKER 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



PAUL BALES PHILIP BARNUM WILLIAM BARROTT 

Ft. Plain, New York Housatonic, Massachusetts Aurora, Indiana 




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DEBORAH BATEMAN 
Palm Beach, Florida 




PEGGY BEARD 
Gray, Kentucky 



JAMES H. BELLAMY 
Elyria, Ohio 



JOHN BENZ 

Natrona Heights, 

Pennsylvania 



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CASS BIEL JUDY BIRD 

Point Pleasant, New Jersey Paintsville, Kentucky 




ROBERT BLACK WILLIAM BLEMLEK RONALD BOONE 

Swedesboro. New Jersey Lyndhurst, New Jersey Corbin, Kentucky 



RAYMOND BORUSKY 
Fairless Hills, 
Pennsylvania 



LINDA BOSSMAN 
Dayton, Ohio 




KATHLEEN BRINLY 
Middletown, Kentucky 



EDDY BROWN 
Cobleskill, New York 



GAIL L. BROWN 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

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GERALD BROWN 
Montrose, Pennsylvania 



JEFFREY BROWN 
Roebling, New Jersey 



JANICE BRYANT 
Madisonville, Kentucky 



E. RICHARD BURLEY 
Amherst, New York 



GLENDA BUTTS 
Knob Lick, Kentucky 



EDWARD CARR WILLIAM CASWELL 

Wilmington, Delaware Tannersville, New York 




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PHYLLIS CHANEY EDWARD CHRISTIANSEN SANDRA CHRISTIE REID CLAPHAM DONALD COMFORT 

Winchester, Kentucky Carmel, New York Wilmington, Massachusetts Wilmington, Delaware Morrisville, Pennsylvania 




STEPHEN COOPER HARRY DARR JAMES DAVISON ANGELA DEPALMA MARY DEVRIES 

Nassau, New York Wilmington, Delaware Port Chester, New York Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania Baltimore, Maryland 




HUGH DELK 
Pineville, Kentucky 



LANA FAYE DELK 
Pineville, Kentucky 



EDWARD DIEHL 
Manchester, Connecticut 



RICHARD DILLMAN 
Wilmington, Delaware 



ROBERT DOUCE 
Tavares, Florida 





CAROL DUNCAN 
Irvington, New Jersey 



DIANNE ELLIOTT 
Middleburg, Kentucky 



BARBARA ERMIN 
Altoona, Pennsylvania 

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WILLIAM FINNEY 
Richmond, Virginia 



KENNETH FISCHER 
Buckingham, Pennsylvania 



EDDY FREEMAN 
London, Kentucky 



ROBERT GAIL 
Wilmington, Delaware 



BRUCE N. GALLINGER 
Voluntown, Connecticut 



VINCENT GATTUSO 
Paulsboro, New Jersey 



CHRISTINE GEYER 
Havertown, Pennsylvania 




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MARY CAROL GIRON 

South Seaville, 

New Jersey 



MARY CATHERINE 

GLOVER 

Medford, Massachusetts 



PAULA GOLDSBERRY 
Lexington, Kentucky 



JOHN GORDON 
Akron, Ohio 



BURTON GOULD 
Middletown, Pennsylvania 




WARREN GUILMARTIN ROBERT GUTKNECHT GERALD HALTER CAROL ANN HAMILTON JOHN FRANK HAMMONS 

Lexington, Massachusetts Lexington, Massachusetts Ocean City, New Jersey Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Barbourville, Kentucky 





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WAYNE G. HAWLEY 
Endicott, New York 



DONALD HENSEL 
Moorestown, New Jersey 



MARTHA HOCTOR 
Doylestown, Ohio 



EDWARD HOEPFNER 
Collingswood, New Jersey 



PEGGI HOGG 
Lexington, Indiana 




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JAMES HOLLIFIELD 
Louisville, Kentucky 



DONALD HUCKLE 
Springfield, New York 



WILBURN JACKSON 
Flat Lick, Kentucky 

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SCOTT JENKINS 
Fairborn, Ohio 



STEVEN KALBACH 
Villanova, Pennsylvania 



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KENNETH KLEEB 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



RICHARD KLOSS 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 



ROBERT KLUG 
Springfield, Pennsylvania 



LEONARD KOPERA 
York, Pennsylvania 



RONALD LEE 
Avon, Connecticut 





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PHYLLIS LEWIS 
Smilax, Kentucky 



CONNIE LIBBY 
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 



STEPHEN M. LIMING 
Williamsburg, Ohio 



EARL LINABURG 
Baltimore, Maryland 



JEAN LINDEN 

East Brunswick, 

New Jersey 




ROBERT LINDERMAN 
Scranton, Pennsylvania 



GAYLE BARTLETT LOBB 
Grafton, Ohio 



DOUGLAS LOGAN 
Cannon, Kentucky 



BARBARA LOSENO 
Waterford, Connecticut 



JOSEPH MACWAN 
Hadiad, Gujrat State 





MARTIN A. MAIN 
Beverly, Massachusetts 



HENRY MARQUARDT 
Woodlynne, New Jersey 



DORSEY MAXWELL 
London, Kentucky 



PATRICIA MCCANN JOHN MCCOMAS 

Manchester, Connecticut Spencer, Massachusetts 




EDWARD MCDANIELS 
Woodbury, New Jersey 



DAVID MCIVER 
Jersey City, New Jersey 



JAMES MELILLO 
Saugus, Massachusetts 

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MICHAEL MIRANDO 
Brooklyn, New York 



R. WAYNE MISKELLY 
Millville, New Jersey 




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SAMUEL MITCHELL 
Glassboro, New Jersey 



THOMAS MOHR JOHN I. MOLNAR 

West Berlin, New Jersey Cliff side Park, New Jersey 



BARRY MORLACHETTA 
Gibbstown, New Jersey 



THOMAS MULLEN 

North Attleboro. 

Massachusetts 




LINDA MARKS MURPHY 
Lombard, Illinois 



LARRY MURRAY 
Selbyville, Delaware 



JO DELLA NEACE 
Versailles, Kentucky 



RAYMOND O. CONNELL 
Camden, New York 



JOHN C. OHLERICH 
Garden City, New Jersey 





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NORMA JEAN OSBORNE 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



RONNIE OWENS 
Gray, Kentucky 



WILLIAM S. PARKER 
Watertown, New York 



CHARLES PARSONS 
Frankford, Delaware 



DOUGLAS PATTERSON 
Crozet, Virginia 




RUSSELL G. PIPO 
Rutherford, New Jersey 



DEBORAH PORT 
Cheshire, Connecticut 



CLIFFORD K. POWELL 
Barbourville, Kentucky 

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ANNA KAY QUICK 
Louisville, Kentucky 



KAREN RAMSEY 
Hamilton, Ohio 



JANET RANDELL CHARLES W. REDNOUR IAN REID 

Brewster, New York Girard, Illinois Tannersville, New York 



DAVID A. ROCKWELL 

Little Meadows, 

Pennsylvania 



BRUCE ROLLMAN 
Springfield, Virginia 




DOUGLAS RUTH 
Harlan, Kentucky 



STEPHEN SACHS 
New Rochelle, New York 



JOY SARTORIO 
Astoria, New York 



IRVING SCHOENACKER 
Waterloo, New York 



RONALD S. SELL 
Somerville, New Jersey 




ROBERT SEWALLS 

Scotch Plains, 

New Jersey 



CLARK SHADLE 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



PATRICIA SHAW 
Delaware, Ohio 



ROBERT SHEARER 
Adams, New York 



ELIZABETH SHELTON 
Westboro, Massachusetts 



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HERBERT SHEPARD SHARON SHERWOOD RICHARD SHOMPER 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania Newark Valley, New York Elizabethtown, 

Pennsylvania 



MARCIA C. SINGER 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



JOHN SMALLEY 
Wethersfield, 
Connecticut 




LOUISE SPECK 


CONNIE SQUIRES 


BARBARA STAPLER 


BRUCE STEEN 


CARLENE STICKLEY 


Dalton, Ohio 


Woodstock, Ohio 


New Providence, 
Pennsylvania 


Dagsboro, Delaware 


Pennington Gap, Virginia 



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JOHN T. SULLIVAN 
Block River, New York 



ROBERT SUTHERLIN 
Colonia, New Jersey 



ROBERT TATRO 
Milton, Massachusetts 



CRAIG J. TAYLOR 

North Tonawanda, 

New York 



ROBERT TESTA 
Providence, Rhode Island 




CARLENE TRIPLETT 
Ironton, Ohio 



KAY TRUEMAN 
Glen Burnie, Maryland 



MARY HELEN TYE 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



JOHN VAN DERSALL 
Dalton, Ohio 



DANIEL VICKERY 
Monticello, Kentucky 




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JEFFREY WAGNER 
Woodbury, New Jersey 



ELINOR WAITE 
Ridgefield, Connecticut 



ROBERT WEYAND 
Elma, New York 



DAVID WHITCOMB 
South Hadley, 
Massachusetts 



ALLAN WICK 
Vernon, Connecticut 





JAMES WILSON 
Roslyn, New York 



KENNETH 
WOLFERSBERGER 
Arlington, Virginia 



CHARLES BARRY WOOD 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 




JACK WORLEY 
Lebanon, Ohio 



SYLVIA YERGER 
Lititz, Pennsylvania 



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DAVID ACKLEY JOYCE ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON JUDITH ASHLEY BARBARA BAIRD JAY BANKS 

Harlan, Kentucky New London, Ohio Pine Beach, Scotia, New York Artemus, Kentucky Dagsboro, Delaware 

New Jersey 




RUNYON BARKELEW JOYCE BARTOLO JOHN BAUER LODY BAXTER LINDA BECHTOL RICHARD BEISECKER 

South River, Barbourville, Kentucky Baltimore, Maryland Fleming, Kentucky Wayne, Pennsylvania Akron, Ohio 

New Jersey 





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WILLIAM C. 

BELLAMY 

Elyria, Ohio 



RODERICK BENNETT HARRY BIXLER 
Waterbury, Donaldson, 



Connecticut 



Pennsylvania 



ANN BLACK 

Fayetteville, 

North Carolina 



SUSAN BLACKMAN 
Dover, Ohio 



GARY BOCK 

Falls Church 

Virginia 





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JERRY BOTT 

Kinnelon, 
New Jersey 



TERRY BOTT 

Kinnelon, 
New Jersey 



ROBERT W. 

BOYD 

Maiden, Mass. 



THOMAS BOYLE GEORGE BRADFORD 
Warwick, R. I. Penns Grove, N, J. 



JUDITH 
BRANSTUTTER 
Blue Rock, Ohio 




PATRICIA BRIAN SHARON BRIERLEY KENNETH R. ANNE MARIE BETTE BUCHANAN 

Melbourne, Kentucky Belfast, Maine BROOMELL BRYANT Benham, Kentucky 

Claymont, Delaware Owego, New York 






MICHAEL 

BUMGARDNER 

Alexandria, Virginia 




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BONNIE BUSH WILLIAM BUTZ CHARLES CALLOWAY WILLIAM M. JAMES CAREY JOHN SCOTT 

Lockport, New York Garden City, N. Y. Pineville, Kentucky CAMPBELL Selbyville, Delaware CARTER 

Beverly, Mass. Bricktown, N. J. 









SAMUEL CLONCH DEBORAH COLE JACK COLLEY RICHARD COLLINS RONALD COLUCCIO ROBERT COOPER 

Kitts Hill, Ohio Barbourville, Ky. Louisa, Kentucky Garden City, N. Y, Rome, New York Sayre, Pennsylvania 




GERALD CORRELL PATRICIA KAY LAWRENCE CURD CLIFFORD B. GEORGE R. DAVIS LINDA DECHAMPS 

Wilmington, Delaware CROCKETT Glasgow, Kentucky DANDO Alexandria, Virginia Pitman, New Jersey 

Ewing, Virginia Woodbury, N. J. 




ERIC DEGROFF WILLIAM H. ROBERT NEAL 

Washington, D. C. DEVEER DEAVES 

Palm Beach, Florida Cinnaminson, N. J. 



LOLA DELK BRUCE DEPEW 

Pineville, Kentucky Fairfax, Virginia 



DEANNA DEZARN 
Hamilton, Ohio 




DAVID EDER 
Orchard Park, N. Y. 



AMOS EVANS 

Ocean View, 

Delaware 



KARLEEN FARMER 
Louisville, Ky. 



WALTER WILLIAM 

FAWLEY 
Lynchburg, Ohio 



RICHARD FAY 
Westboro, Mass. 



JERI ALIS FIELDS 
Newport, Kentucky 







RONALD FILLER GREGORY FINKS DAVID TERRY 

Burlington, N. J. Culpeper, Virginia FLEMING 

Arlington, Virginia 



BRADLEY FOGEL JOHN FOLLIT CONSTANCE 

Hamilton, Ohio Armonk, New York FOSTER 

Shrewsbury, Mass. 



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DONALD CARL KARLA FREEMAN KATHLEEN HOCK-SOON GOH LINDA GRAY BARBARA HAMMONS 

FOWLER Cherry Hill, N. J. GLASGOW Denang, Malaysia Pineville, Kentucky Dewitt, Kentucky 

Philadelphia, Pa. Apple Creek, Ohio 




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SUE JONES SHAROLD D, DAVID H. RUTH HARDISON DANIEL HART JO ANN HATZ 

HAMMONS HAMMONS HARBOLD Kettering, Ohio East Cleveland, Ohio Claymont, Delaware 

Barbourville, Ky. Heidrick, Kentucky Penns Grove, N. J. 




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JANICE W. HEGGAN BARBARA ELIZABETH HERBST ANNA HIERONYMUS BILL HILL LEAMON HINKLE 

Cherry Hill, N. J. HENDERSON Louisville, Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky Danville, Kentucky Barbourville, Kentucky 

Matawan, New Jersey 




WILLIAM HOFFMAN ROBERT HOHNE MARY LOU JUDITH HOLCOMBE RHOBY HORN SALLY HANSEN 

Independence, Ky. West Boylston, Mass. HOLBERT Trenton, New Jersey Granby, Connecticut HOSKEN 

Binghamton, N. Y. Cleveland Heights, O. 



OLIVIA HOWELL 


DONNA HUDSON 


WILLIAM R. 


WALTER HULL 


ELWOOD 


MARGARET JACKSON 


Allentown, Pa. 


Dayton, Ohio 


HUDSON 
Georgetown, Del. 


Callicoon, New York 


HUMPHRIES 
West Berlin, N. J. 


Hulen, Kentucky 




JANET JACOBUS 
Beachwood, N. J. 



MARY JO JAYNES FAITH E. JOHNSON JULIANNA JOHNSON RUTH ANN GAIL JORDAN 

Falls Church, Va. Trenton, New Jersey Lakewood, N. J. JOHNSTON Cincinnati, Ohio 

Rockholds, Kentucky 




JOHN R. KIDD CHERYL NANCY LEE KLASS LINDA KLUMPP WILLIAM KNAPP KARL KRAFT 

East Orange, N. J. KINNINGHAM Easton, Pennsylvania Glenside, Pa. Ontario, New York Groveville, N. J. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 




FAITH KUNZE CHARLOTTE LEWIS BARBARA BACHMAN WALTER LIST ANDREW LONG ROBERT LUERS 

W. Carrollton, Ohio Smilax, Kentucky LINDERMAN Conshohocken, Pa. West Belmar, N. J. Baltimore, Maryland 

Woodbury, N. J. 




FREDRIC E. MACK ROBERT MACNEIL 
New Britain, Conn. Coventry, Conn. 



JANET MAGSAM STEPHEN MAHLER THOMAS MANUEL TIM MARSH 

Clarksboro, N. J. Manlius, New York Wilmington, Mass. Milton, Pennsylvania 

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STEVE MARSHALL LYVONNE KAY PHYLLIS J. 

Westboro, Mass. MARTIN MCADAMS 

Democrat, Kentucky Dayton, Ohio 



THOMAS J. BRUCE MILBURN VIVIAN MILLER 

MCFARLAND Covington. Kentucky Barbourville, Ky. 

Claymont, Delaware 




GARY TODD MILLS GUY MILLWARD 

Southwick, Mass. South River, N. J. 



MARGARET JUDITH MORGAN JANET MOSELEY JUNE MYERS 

MITCHELL Ft. Mitchell, Ky. Niantic, Connecticut Binghamton, N. Y. 

Barbourville, Ky. 





MICHAEL JANIE ANN NELSON CARL NOTO FREDERICK NOYES RICHARD L. ROY OERMAN 

NEISWENDER New York, N. Y. Dunmore, Pa. Manlius, New York NUCKOLS York, Pennsylvania 

Carlisle, Pennsylvania Virginia Beach, Va. 








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DALE OLMSTEAD RAYMOND W. COBURN PALMER NANCY PARKER CHARLES L. DONALD PAXTON 

Oswego, New York OWENS Fulton, New York Riverton, New Jersey PARSONS Springfield, Pa. 

Arlington, Virginia Frankford, Delaware 



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BRENDA PEFFER KYLE PERKINS OKIE LEE PETERSON ROBERT PITTSER KENNETH POLIZZO CAROL PROCTOR 

Grayson, Kentucky Rockholds, Kentucky Middlesboro, Kentucky Lynchburg, Ohio Northport, New York Havertown, Pa. 

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JANICE M. PETER QUIMBY PHYLLIS RATLIFF THOMAS RENKIN BRUCE RICARDS FRANCES RICHARDS 

PRUNIER Henderson, N. Y. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Toms River, N. J. Bridgeton, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky 

Oxford, Mass. New Jersey 









FRANK RICHER PALMER ROBESON JOHN RODRIGUEZ WAYNE ROGERS CHARLES RUTLEDGE SHERRY SAYCE 

Ewan, New Jersey McLean, Virginia Alexandria, Virginia Denville, New Jersey Harlan, Kentucky Wakefield, Mass. 




DARRELL SAYLES 
Asheville, N. C. 



WILLIAM SCHAD SANDRA SCHNITZ BONNIE L. SEALE JOHN SEMKUS DIANE SHADLE 

Atlanta, Georgia Vienna, Virginia Barbourville, Kentucky Sag Harbor, N. Y. Barbourville, Kentucky 




MAUREEN SHARRAH DOUGLAS E. SIPPLE ROBERT SMITH MAXINE STANLEY KARLA STEINER WILLIAM RALPH 

Havertown, Pa. Georgetown, Del. East Aurora, N. Y. Williamsburg, Ky. New Philadelphia, O. STEPP 

Four Mile, Kentucky 




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ROBERT STEVENS JOHN STEWART WILLIAM STONE SUSAN STREIT JAMES THOMAS LYNN SUTTON 

Clifton, New Jersey Toms River, N. J. Burlington, Vermont Rossford, Ohio STURGIS Barbourville, Ky. 

Snow Hill, Maryland 
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ROBERT A. JANET TRUDEAU KENNETH TURNER ROBERT A. KATHLEEN VALENTIK 

THURBER Cannon, Kentucky Appalachin, N. Y. UNDERWOOD Media, Pennsylvania 

Downington, Pa. Harlan, Kentucky 




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GERVIN JOHN VAUGHT PAMELA WALLACE THOMAS L. WEEKS JON WHITTAKER 

VANDERPOOL Mystic, Connecticut Ashland, Kentucky Hamilton, Ohio Mansfield, Mass. 

Rockholds, Kentucky 






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NANCY JANE 


MILDRED WILSON 


JAMES WOLF 


KEITH WORTINGER 


PAUL LONG 


WILLIS 


Barbourville, Ky. 


Medina, Ohio 


French Lick, Indiana 


Gibbstown, N. J 


Corbin, Kentucky 













148 



Freshmen 




Carmen Troil, Treasurer; Meda Smith, Secretary; Bob Fisher, President; Bob Ireland, 
Vice-President 



149 



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JOHN 


JOSEPH 


LOIS 


SCOTT 


PAUL 


LOU BASS 


JOHN 


ABRAMS 


ALFORD 


ANDERSON 


ANDERSON 


ANDREWS 


Burlington 


BATEMAN 


Great Neck 


Crown Point 


New London 


Groton 


East Bernstadt 


Vermont 


Franklinville 


New York 


Indiana 


Ohio 


Connecticut 


Kentucky 




New York 




THOMAS 

BATES 

Kimbolton 

Ohio 



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ROY 
BECK 
Sewell 

New Jersey 



BARBARA 

BELL 

Yardville 

New Jersey 



ANGELO 
BENEDETTO 

Woodbury 
New Jersey 



KENNETH 
BERNHARDT 

Pitman 
New Jersey 



THOMAS 

BILLINGS 

Smyrna 

Delaware 



MARGARET 

BIRD 
Paintsville 
Kentucky 




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JON 


ROBERT 


MICHAEL 


ALAN 


DAVID 


DIANE 


CHARLES 


BLACKWELL 


BLISS 


BLUM 


BORQUIST 


BOX 


BOYD 


BRANSFORD 


Amsterdam 


Tonawanda 


Falls Church 


Orange 


Corning 


Barbourville 


Warwick 


New York 


New York 


Virginia 


New Jersey 


New York 


Kentucky 


Rhode Island 




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THEODORE MARCUS E. RICHARD ROBERT CHARLENE WM. DAVID STEPHEN 

BROSEY BROCK BROOKS BROOMELL BROWN BROWN BURCHESKY 

Lititz Pineville Camden Claymont Manchester Pennsville Utica 

Pennsylvania Kentucky New Jersey Delaware Kentucky New Jersey New York 




DONNA 


BETH HAUSER 


MARY SUE 


THOMAS 


CAROLYN LEE 


JOHN W. 


KATHRYN 


BURNSIDES 


CALLIHAN 


CAMPBELL 


CARD 


CAREY 


CAREY 


CARR 


Celina 


Barbourville 


Gray 


Windham Center 


Fruitland 


Frankford 


Levittown 


Ohio 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 


Connecticut 


Maryland 


Delaware 


Pennsylvania 



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PAUL 

CARR 

Ashland 

Kentucky 



ANTHONY 

CARRALL 

Camden 

New Jersey 



KATHY 

CHAMBERLAIN 

Trenton 

New Jersey 



OREN 

CHANEY 

Winchester 

Kentucky 



GILBERT 

CIOCCI 

Canandaigua 

New York 



ROBERT 

CLEARY 

Levittown 

Pennsylvania 



DAVID 
CLOUSE 
Claymont 
Delaware 




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LYN 

CLUTTER 

Arlington 

Virginia 



HOBART 

COFFMAN 

Philippi 

West Virginia 



CURTIS 

COLE 

Hammond 

Kentucky 



NICHOLAS 

CONTOMPASIS 

Claymont 

Delaware 



RICHARD 

CORBERT 

Springfield 

Massachusetts 



JOHN 

COSBEY 

Milton 

Massachusetts 



KARIN 

CRAIG 

Northampton 

Massachusetts 










RONALD 


CYNTHIA 


LINDSEY 


LYNDA 


WALTER 


WILLIAM 


CREASY 


DAVIES 


DAVIS 


DAWSON 


DEXTER 


DINICOLA 


Girdler 


Barberton 


Lexington 


Trenton 


Narrowsburg 


Gibbstown 


Kentucky 


Ohio 


Kentucky 


New Jersey 


New York 


New Jersey 



GARY L. 

DISNEY 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 




ANNA MARIE 

DIXON 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 



JAMES 

DOSTER 

Lititz 

Pennsylvania 



SHEILA 

DOZIER 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 



MARIO 
DUBBERKE 

Gillette 
New Jersey 



JUSTIN 

DUNCAN 

Greenfield 

Massachusetts 



RHONDA 
ELDRIDGE 

Evarts 
Kentucky 



GARY 

ELLERBROCK 

Clifton 

New Jersey 




GENEVIEVE 


JOHN 


BRENDA 


JAMES 


THOMAS 


TIMOTHY 


ROBERT 


ELLIOTT 


ENTELISANO 


EVANS 


EWING 


FAXON 


FEELEY 


FISHER 


Corbin 


Lee Center 


Ocean View 


Jonesville 


Concord 


Rosedale 


Chenango Forks 


Kentucky 


New York 


Delaware 


Virginia 


Massachusetts 


New York 


New York 



151 




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THOMAS 
FLEDDERMAN 

Cincinnati 
Ohio 



CHRISTOPHER 

FORD 

Snyder 

New York 



L MADELINE 
FRAME 
Ivyland 

Pennsylvania 



GEORGE 
GAMBRELL 
Manchester 

Kentucky 



JUDITH 

GARDINER 

Wilmington 

Massachusetts 



G. ED 

GAUNT 
Mullica Hill 
New Jersey 



NANCY 

GENSEL 

Dallas 

Pennsylvania 




MICHAEL 

GENSLER 

Williamsville 

New York 



DONALD 

GENTIL 

Cincinnati 

Ohio 



RICHARD 

GIBBONS 

Ocean Grove 

New Jersey 



ROBERT 

GILLASPIE 

Madisonville 

Kentucky 



MARK 

GOIST 

Lima 

Ohio 



KENNETH 

GOMANY 

Cream Ridge 

New Jersey 



MARC 
GOODHART 

Lansdale 
Pennsylvania 





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ALBERT 

GRAHAM 

Penns Grove 

New Jersey 



DAVID 

GRAHAM 

Woodstock 

Ohio 



CAROLYN R. 

GRAY 

Berea 

Kentucky 



VERNECE 
GREGORY 

Gilpin 
Kentucky 



VIRGINIA 
GRIGGS 
Lancaster 
Kentucky 



DAVID 

GRUBER 

Palmerton 

Pennsylvania 



CHARLES 

GUSTAFSON 

Jamestown 

New York 




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CAROL A. 


DAVID D. 


J. S. 


BARRY 


PHYLLIS 


WILLIAM R. 


JOHN 


HAMILTON 


HAMILTON 


HAMMONS 


HANULAK 


HARRIS 


HARRIS 


HARTMAN 


Fairless Hills 


E. Cleveland 


Dewitt 


Hackensack 


Bellwood 


Wakefield 


Muncy 


Pennsylvania 


Ohio 


Kentucky 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Massachusetts 


Pennsylvania 








LUTFI 


JACK 


CHARLES 


BARBARA 


TEENA 


JOHN 


JACQUELINE 


HAZIM 


HELLER 


HENSEL 


HESSON 


HIGGINS 


HILL 


HINKLE 


Beirut 


Moores Hill 


Moorestown 


Ellicott City 


Gray 


Hamden 


Barbourville 


Lebanon 


Indiana 


New Jersey 


Maryland 


Kentucky 


Connecticut 


Kentucky 



152 








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JUDITH 


THOMAS G. 


JAMES 


KAY DAWN 


LLOYD GLEN 


ROBERT T. 


WILLIAM P, 


HISLE 


HODGKINS 


HOMSTEAD 


HOOPS 


HUDSON 


IRELAND 


JACKEL 


Shelbyville 


Willimantic 


Pittsfield 


Shreve 


Georgetown 


Bedford Heights 


Merrick 


Kentucky 


Connecticut 


Maine 


Ohio 


Delaware 


Ohio 


New York 



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RICHARD W. 


CHARLOTTE 


GILBERT L. 


WILLIAM E. 


WILLIAM G. 


WERNER 


BENJAMIN A. 


JESMAJIAN 


JOHNSON 


JUSTICE, JR. 


KEEFFE 


KERN 


KIEF 


KILGORE 


Valley Stream 


Pikeville 


Clarksboro 


Manchester 


Gibbstown 


Chicago 


Woburn 


New York 


Kentucky 


New Jersey 


New Hampshire 


New Jersey 


Illinois 


Massachusetts 




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CHARLES W. 


PAUL F. 


RICHARD 


ALAN W. 


ERIC H. 


ELIZABETH 


KIPP 


KIRBY 


KISTNER 


KLINEBURGER 


KREBS 


KRZASTEK 


Dunmore 


Providence 


Centerport 


Springfield 


Passaic 


Toms River 


Pennsylvania 


Rhode Island 


New York 


Pennsylvania 


New Jersey 


New Jersey 



CHARLES W. 

KUNKLE 
Fair Haven 
New Jersey 




WILLIAM A. 


DAVID H. 


GARY R. 


WALTER R. 


JO BETH 


ALBERTO A. 


DOROTHY T. 


LACY 


LEMMON 


LEVAN 


LOCKE 


LONG 


LOPEZ 


LUCAS 


McLean 


Lewes 


Malvern 


Collingswood 


Lititz 


Bayamon 


Fleming 


Virginia 


Delaware 


Pennsylvania 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Puerto Rico 


Kentucky 












PETER JAN 


JOHN D. 


DANIEL J. 


ROBERT L. 


JOHN D. 


GERALDINE 


SHIRLEY ANN 


LUTZ 


LYON 


MACKIE 


MAHAN 


MARKIN 


MARTIN 


MARTIN 


Newark 


Bowmansville 


Runnemede 


Wilmington 


Alexandria 


Barbourville 


Democrat 


Delaware 


New York 


New Jersey 


Delaware 


Virginia 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 



153 




32 3 




JOANNE 


DIANA L. 


MARY HELEN 


CHARLES 


MICHAEL J. 


KENNETH J. 


JOHN H. 


MATHESON 


MATTHEWS 


MAYFIELD 


MCDOWELL 


MEEHAN 


MEIBERS 


MEROLA 


Spencer 


Barbourville 


Manchester 


North Merrick 


Rehoboth 


Miltord 


Lake Carmel 


Massachusetts 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 


New York 


Delaware 


Ohio 


New York 







VADA MAE 
MERIDA 
Hammond 
Kentucky 



FRANKLYN 

MILLER 

Levittown 

Pennsylvania 



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MAX 
MILLER. JR. 
Williamsport 
Pennsylvania 



EDITH 

MILLETT 

Riverside 

Connecticut 



HENRY DOYLE 

MILLS 

Artemus 

Kentucky 



BRUCE N. 

MITCHELL 

Caldwell 

New Jersey 



JAMES DALE 

MORAN 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 



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DAVID K. 
MOREY 
Sherrill 

New York 



BILLIE J. 

MORRIS 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 



JERRY W. 

MORRIS 

Barbourville 

Kentucky 



ALLEN R. 
NEELEY 
Narrows 
Virginia 



JOE 
NORRIS 
Walborn 
Kentucky 



JERRY C. 

O'CONNELL 

Rome 

New York 



HENRY B. 
OSMAN. JR. 

Woodbury 
New Jersey 




CHERRY N. 

OWENS 
Barbourville 

Kentucky 



LINDA 
PECK 

Binghamton 
New York 



JAMES E. 

PEDRICK 
Woodstown 
New Jersey 



MICHAEL P. 

PENICK 

Covington 

Kentucky 



COLEEN 

PERKINS 

Piscataway 

New Jersey 



KATHY 
PETERS 

Corbin 
Kentucky 



DIANE 
PETERS 
Corbin 

Kentucky 





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TRULEEN 


JUDITH K. 


HARRY C. 


DON C. 


SUSAN 


ANNE W. 


JAMES E. 


PHIPPS 


PINEUR 


POFF 


POPE 


PORT 


POWELL 


POWELL 


Barbourville 


Covington 


York 


Cawood 


Cheshire 


Ashland 


Barbourville 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 


Pennsylvania 


Kentucky 


Connecticut 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 



154 



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ESTHER BELLE 


DAVID J. 


BARBARA 


JANET S. 


JOHN DANIEL 


HARRY R. 


DENNIS R. 


PRINCE 


RADWAY 


REEVES 


REIGELMAN 


RENNIE 


RISKIE 


RITCHEY 


Owego 


North Olmstead 


Vincentown 


Coopersburg 


Elizabethtown 


Woodbury 


Des Plaines 


New York 


Ohio 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Kentucky 


New Jersey 


Illinois 




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FRANK W. 


GARY K. 


ROBERT 0. 


LINDA 1. 


DOUGLAS J. 


WILLIAM H. 


DORIS 


RIVELL 


ROSENBERG 


ROWE, JR. 


SACKETT 


SALTZMAN 


SAVAGE 


SCHARDING 


Sewell 


Chester 


Maple Glen 


Greensburg 


Chicago 


Georgetown 


Englewood 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Pennsylvania 


Pennsylvania 


Illinois 


Delaware 


New Jersey 




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HOWARD 


MARGARET J. 


JOHN W. 


THOMAS M. 


MARSHA KIT 


REGINA G. 


EUGENE T. 


SCOTT 


SCOTT 


SEALE 


SEARLES 


SEPLAK 


SERGENT 


SHAWARYN 


Niagara Falls 


Danbury 


Concord 


Palos Heights 


Huntingdon Valley 


Jackhorn 


Paulsboro 


New York 


Connecticut 


Massachusetts 


Illinois 


Pennsylvania 


Kentucky 


New" Jersey 




RAYMOND L. 


MARY LEE 


PRESTON 


CHARLES E. 


RICHARD M. 


MEDA M. 


RAY KING 


SHERMAN 


SHOCKLEY 


SHOCKLEY, JR. 


SILVERS 


SMART 


SMITH 


SMITH 


Ancora 


Millsboro 


Rehoboth Beach 


Keyport 


Swedesboro 


Lynchburg 


Radford 


New Jersey 


Delaware 


Delaware 


New Jersey 


New Jersey 


Ohio 


Virginia 





DENNIS P. 


CAROL 


EUGENE 


ANN E. 


DALE W. 


LILLIAN P. 


MARIAN K. 


SOCKWELL 


STALLCUP 


STANEK 


STEELE 


STEELE 


STEELE 


STEWART 


Paulsboro 


Barbourville 


Atlantic Highlands 


Columbus 


Ocean View 


Gray 


Springfield 


New Jersey 


Kentucky 


New Jersey 


Ohio 


Delaware 


Kentucky 


Pennsylvania 



155 





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CHRISTOPHER O. 


DONALD E. 


BARRY 


ROBERT D. 


PHYLLIS 


WAYNE E. 


CHARLES 


STOECKLIN 


STOHNER 


STUMP 


SURFACE 


SYME 


SYMINGTON 


TANNER 


Silver Spring 


Barrington 


Kutztown 


Bright Shade 


Barbourville 


Laconia 


Cynthiana 


Maryland 


New Jersey 


Pennsylvania 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 


New Hampshire 


Kentucky 





LEONARD J. 

THACHER 

Philadelphia 

Pennsylvania 



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JOHN H. 

THOMPSON 

Burlington 

Vermont 



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JOHN W. THOMAS B. JANET L CARMEN A. DONNA DILLON 

THOMPSON TOLLEFSON TOMLINSON TROIL TUCCIO 

Vincentown Louisville Diamond Norristown Jamestown 

New Jersey Kentucky Ohio Pennsylvania New York 




JAMES 

TUCCIO 

Jamestown 

New York 



JOHN 

ULLRICH 

Scotch Plains 

New Jersey 



FRANK J. 

VAVROCH 

Worthington 

Ohio 



BETTY LOU 

WADDELL 

Fleming 

Kentucky 



EMMA SUE 


PATTY 


LARRY E. 


WADDELL 


WARD 


WARREN 


Fleming 


Jamestown 


Barbourville 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 


Kentucky 







RAYMOND W. 

WATTERS 

Richmond 

Indiana 



ELIZABETH 
WEBBER 
Frankford 
Delaware 



DONNA R. 

WELTY 

Hamilton 

Ohio 



MICHAEL D. 
WHALEN 
Bethesda 
Maryland 



JOYCE A. 

WHITE 

Woodstock 

Ohio 



ROBERT LEE 

WICK 

Hawthorne 

New York 



JOHN C. 

WIESE 

Fanwood 

New Jersey 




ROBERT B. 


DREW D. 


LINDA J. 


ELEANOR B. 


BRUCE W. 


JOHN C. 


CATHERINE 1 


WILDRICK 


WILHELM 


WIRICK 


WITHERELL 


WOLFROM 


WRIGHT 


YEAGER 


Ramsey 


McLean 


Orlando 


Rehoboth 


Woodbury 


Bridgeport 


Barbourville 


New Jersey 


Virginia 


Florida 


Massachusetts 


New Jersey 


New Jersey 


Kentucky 



156 



GrI*£LCi-U.£Lte 

Stvicients 




DONALD BAUTZ 
West Falls, New York 



ROBERT COX 
Auburn, Kentucky 




RICHARD DUFFANY 
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 



NANCY LOY 
Edmonton, Kentucky 




JOHN S. MCNEIL 
Rockville Centre, N. Y. 




WAYNE MATTHEWS SAMUEL T. POWELL III 

Lakewood, New Jersey Garrett Park, Maryland 



RICHARD VANDE 

VOORDE 
Lyons, New York 



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FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

Since 1905 

Member of F.D.I.C. 

Two locations to serve you 

100 S. Main St. 528-2500 

S. Corbin Branch, S. Main St. 

528-1392 Corbin, Ky. 



OWENS MUFFLER AND 
BODY SHOP 

Mufflers Installed Free 

Motor and Transmission Overhauled 

Front End Alignment 

And Wheel Balancing 

Four blocks on Falls Highway in 

Corbin, Kentucky 528-2330 



Compliments of 

MULLINS 
LAUNDRYMAT 




Barbourville, Kentucky 
Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, Owner 



COTTON'S ONE HOUR 
CLEANERS 






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Barbourville, Kentucky 



Shop with 


Confidence 


at 




DAWAHARE'S 






Hart Schaffner and Marx 




Palm Beach 


Florsheim Shoes 






Hyde 


Park 


McGregor and H.I.S 






Stetson 


and 


Interwoven Socks 






Champ 


Hats 


McGregor and Arrow 


Dress 


, Shirts, 




Sportswear, 


and 


Sweaters 




Corbin, 


Kentucky 







RAPP 


LUMBER 


COMPANY 




200 Knox 


Street 




Barbourville, 


Kentucky 




G. E. Appl 


iances 



158 



LAKESIDE LANES 




Barbourville, Kentucky 



Students Welcome 

I. G. A. FOODLINER 

Barbourville, Kentucky 
Phone: 546-3420 



PEPSI-COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 

"For those who 
think young — join 
the Pepsi generation" 
18th Street Corbin, Kentucky 



HOPPER FUNERAL 
HOME, INC. 

24 hr. Ambulance Service 




302 N. Broadway 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



159 



AMERICAN FIDELITY 
BANK 




Knox Street 

Barbourville, Kentucky 

Phone: 546-3138 



Welcome Students! 

GOLDE'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE 

Barbourville Kentucky 



BISSELL'S OFFICE 
EQUIPMENT CO. 

Office Machines — Sales — Service 

Royal Typewriters and 

Victor Adding Machines 

200 S. Main St. 528-2205 Corbin, Ky. 



KIDD BROS. GROCERY 




Court Square 




Barbourville, Kentucky 





HERNDON DRUG CO., INC. 

Phone: 546-3111 

The REXALL Store 

A. T. Corey, Mgr. 

BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 



ADVOCATE PUBLISHING 
COMPANY, INC. 

Publishers of 

THE BARBOURVILLE MOUNTAIN 

ADVOCATE 

THE UNION COLLEGE 

ORANGE AND BLACK 

Sales Agency 

Olivetti — Underwood Corp. 

The world's leading desk-top 

business machines 

Phone: 546-3175 Barbourville, Kentucky 



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ADDING A DIMENSION TO STUDENT DINING 



You did it, Class of '67! 
Congratulations ! 
We're proud to have served you 
and we all wish you 
Bonne chance! Bonne sante ! 
et Bon voyage! 




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Lombard and 25th Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146 • a division of Automatic Retailers of America. Inc. 



161 



ENGLE'S STUDIO 

COURT SQUARE 
BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 



MILLER -YANCEY 
FINE FURNITURE 

North Main Street 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



KNOX CASH JOBBERS 
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS - RACK JOBBERS 

Confection — Cigars 

Restaurant Supplies — Sundry Items 

Health & Beauty Aids 

School Supplies 

On Highway 25E at Knox Street 

Barbourville, Kentucky 

Phone: 546-3400 



162 



HAMPTON AND NAU 

Nunn Bush Shoes 

Botany 500 Suits 

Arrow Shirts 

Barbourville, Kentucky 



BELK SIMPSON COMPANY 

Incorporated 

ONE OF THE 400 BELK STORES 

Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats 

Ready-to-Wear, Toys, and Housewares 

CORBIN, KENTUCKY 



WILLIAMS STORE 

Court Square 
Barbourville, Kentucky 



VISIT 

CLARA'S SHOPPE 

Merle Norman Cosmetics 

also 

English Leather and By George 

for Men 

Villager Country Set 

Barbourville, Kentucky 





PENNEYS 






115 S. Main Street 






Corbin, Kentucky 




One of 


1700 Family Department 


Stores 


Serving 


all America with Quality 
at Reasonable Prices 


Clothing 



VARSITY SHOP 

Students — Men's Wear 
Corbin, Kentucky 



CORBIN DEPOSIT BANK 

AND 

TRUST COMPANY 

Corbin, Kentucky 

Two Downtown Locations 

Serving 

Whitley, Laurel, and Knox Counties 

without interruption 

for over a Quarter of a Century 

1935 — 1967 



163 




Large enough to fill your needs 
— Total resources over nine 
million dollars 



Howard H. Miller 
President 




Ben H. Draughn, Jr. 
Exec. Vice President 



UNION NAT 

- so 






John W. Croley 
Vice President 




Jerry Carey 

Assistant Cashier 



Matt Callihan 
Director 



Mrs. Mattie Cole 
Director 



Elbert Evans 
Director 



Union National is proud to be Barbourville's and Knox County's largest bank, with total assets of over nine million 
dollars. Your trust in our financial ability made it possible — Our officers, directors, and employees thank you. 






Christine Adams 
Note Teller 



Janet Hyde 
Teller 



Louise Owens 
Teller 






Sharon Boggs 
Bookkeeper 



Mildred Engle 
Bookkeeper 



Betty Centers 
Bookkeeper 



(Barbourville and Knox \ 

County's Only National Bank/ 




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Mary Ruth Mills 
Teller 




Betty Smith 
Drive-in Teller 





Judy Hammons 
Bookkeeper 



Charles R. Cole 
Custodian 



UNION NAT 



>NAL BANK 

D - SECURE - 




James E. Thompson Jr. 
Cashier 




Small enough to give you per- 
sonal attention — Managed by 
your hometown friends and 
neighbors 




Margaret M. Riley 
Assistant Cashier 





Jimmy Bays 
Assistant Cashier 



Union National Bank 
Pays a Big 

m% 

Interest on 

6 Mo. Certificates 

of Deposit 



Corbin H. Melton 
Director 



R. B. Williams 
Director 



Toy Wilson 
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Senior Directory 



MARGARET ANN ABBUHL — BXA. SNEA, Home Economics Club. 
LARRY ALLEN — Cecil Wilson Award, Senior Assistant in Division 
o( Social Studies, Academic Policy Committee. 
SHIRLEY ALLEN — Academic Policy Committee. 
THOMAS L. ALLEN — Alpha Delta. Pres. SNEA. 
DONALD A. ANDERSON — UCCA, Circle K. Senior Class Treas- 
urer, Stage Band, Orchestra, Choir, Track. 
EDWARD ANGEL — SNEA, "Stespean" 

DAVID APNER — Circle K, Pres. and V. Pres.; Food Committee. 
Lakeside Dorm Council, Karate Club, Pep Club. 
ROBERT ARCHETTO — No activities listed. 
BRENDA SUE ARNETT — No activities listed. 
LESTER M. BARTLEY — Pres. Alpha Delta, German Club, Gamma 
Beta Phi. Pres. lota Sigma Nu, Band. Senior Assistant in Division 
of Science. 

WILLIAM L. BECKMANN — Intramurals, Stevenson Hall Dorm Coun- 
cil. 

JANICE BLAKLEY — American Chemical Society Secretary, Cheer- 
leader, U Club. Gamma Beta Phi, Lakeside Dorm Queen. 
SHARON HAWN BOGGS — BXA, Intramurals, Choir. 
WILLIAM D. BOYINGTON — Circle K. 

VICKI BOZARTH — Oxford Club. UCCA, "Stespean," Presidents 
Council. Biology Club, AWS Council. Bridge Club. MSM. 
VIOLA RUTH BRADLEY — V. Pres. Home Economics Club, Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, SNEA, V. Pres. Gamma Beta Phi, BXA. 
Social Standards Committee, AWS, AWS Sweetheart Queen. 
WINNIE BRAZIER — Secretary Freshman Class, Sophomore Coun- 
selor, AWS Judiciary Board, APO Sweetheart, Home Economics 
Club, SNEA. Elsie Geiss Home Economics Award. 
JOHN G. BROWN III — Student Activities Representative for Fresh- 
man Class, Choir. MSM, American Guild of Organists, V. Pres. 
Sophomore Class, Collegium Musicum, Treasurer Stevenson Hall 
Council, Phi Mu Alpha. Orchestra, Minister of Music Scholarship. 
Freshman Orientation Committee, German Club, Band, UCCA. 
HADWIN BURDICK — Appalachian Volunteers, Milesians, Oxford 
Club. 

DAVID CALL — Varsity Letterman. Golf. 
WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL — Intramural Bowling. 
PETER N. CHASE — No activities listed. 

HARRY CHRISTIE — Milesians, Lakeside Dorm Council, UCCA. 
APO, "Orange and Black," Freshman Orientation Committee, Appa- 
lachian Volunteers, "Forum". 

ELLA SUE COFFMAN — Choir, Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart, AWS 
Council. 

DONALD CONNOLLY — Alpha Delta, Track, Judicial Council, Food 
Committee, UCCA, Milesians, U Club. 

PHYLLIS COPE — Biology Club, American Chemical Society, Home 
Ecnomics Club, AWS Council, SNEA, Secretary of Senior Class, 
Food Committee. Judicial Council, Sub-Committee on Cultural Life. 
T. DOUGLAS CORNELIUS — APO, Canterbury Club. 
CLAUDIO CRISAFULLI — Track, Intramurals. 
YVONNE DEVAUGHN — Home Economics Club, SNEA, Phi Mu 
Alpha Sweetheart. 

ANA LUCY DIAZ — Foreign Students, Council of Southern Moun- 
tains, French Club, Student Senate, AWS. 
DON LEWIS DICKINSON — No activities listed. 
ELISHA H. DUGGER — Alpha Delta, Burke Mathematics Award. 
PAUL L. DUNN — Orchestra, Bridge Club, Biology Club. 
KAROLINA EGORENKO — BXA, Intramurals. 
GEORGE EHLERT — APO, Karate Club. 
WILLIAM R. EMEIGH — APO Pres., Intramurals. 
JOHN O. FARNER — Pi Epsilon Alpha, APO, Student Senate, Base- 
ball, Golf, U Club, Lakeside Dormitory Council, Student Center 
Advisory Board. V. Pres. of Junior Class. 

BARRY FOSTER — Bridge Club, Dolphin Club, Circle K, German 
Club. 

ROBERT M. GALBO — Bridge Club, Biology Achievement Award, 
lota Sigmu Nu. 

PETER O. GANTE — No activities listed. 
IGNACIO GARCIA — Pres. Foreign Students Association. 
JEMIMA GEE — No activities listed. 

FRANCIS GLASS — Intramurals, Newman Club, Food Committee. 
HERMAN VAUGHAN GRIFFIN — APO. Swim Team. 
PEGGY GRIFFIN — Art Club. Oxford Club. UCCA, AWS Council. 
LINDA L. HARRIS — "Orange and Black." 

WILLIAM W. HARTUNG — Baseball. Bridge Club, Lakeside Dorm 
Council Treasurer. 

HARRY H. HILLIER — APO, Biology Club, Freshman Orientation 
Committee, Dormitory Student Advisor. 

WAYNE E. HOFFMAN — Council of Southern Mountains, Bowling, 
Appalachian Volunteers, APO. 

SANFORD HOROWITZ — Student Senate, Student Center Board, 
Playlikers. 

MARY NELL HOWARD — SNEA, Home Economics Club. Council 
of Southern Mountains. 

JOHN JANKA — Pres. UCCA, Religious Life Committtee. Student 
Conduct Committee. Co-editor "The Forum". 
JEFFREY KRONK — Circle K. 

ROBERT D. KUNATH — APO, Freshman Orientation Committee. 
EDWARD LAMB — Circle K. Lakeside Dorm Council Treasurer, 
Intramurals. 

JANE G. LAW — Homecoming Queen Candidate. Snow Queen 
Candidate, Circle K. Queen Candidate, Playlikers, Miss Union. 
WILBUR ALLEN LEE — No activities listed. 

SELMA SUE LEWIS — Secretary-Treasurer lota Sigma Nu, Cwens, 
Student Senate Representative, AWS Representative, Student Coun- 
selor. 

JEROLYN I. LIGHTNER — BXA. SNEA, UCCA, MSM Pres., Phi Mu 
Alpha Sweetheart. 

HOWARD HUNTLEY LLOYD — Swim Team. 

DAVID B. LOBB — Choir, American Chemical Society. Speleological 
Club, German Club, "Orange and Black," Presidents Council, APO, 
Collegium Musicum. 



THEODORE LOCKE — Swim Team. Track. APO. Alpha Psi Omega. 

American Chemical Society. 

DAVID N. LOGUE — Stevenson Hall Dorm Council. 

DAVID LORD — American Chemical Society. "Stespean." 

JOHN DAVID LOVE — Oxford Club. 

HARRY LOY — Basketball, Baseball, U Club, Mr. Union. All KIAC 

Basketball Team. 

GERALD E. LYNCH — APO, Newman Club. Stevenson Hall Dorm 

Council. 

THOR MAGNUSEN — No activities listed. 

JAMES E. MAHAN — Pres. Junior Class, Pres. Senior Class. Pres. 
APO. Presidents Council, Alumni Scholarship. 
PHILLIP D. MALONE — Baseball, Oxford Club. V. Pres. and Pres. 
UCCA. lota Sigma Nu, Gamma Beta Phi, Senior Assistant Division 
of Religion and Philosophy. National Methodist Scholarship. 
JOHN C. MARSHALL — Band. 
DELLA JONES MARTIN — No activities listed. 
MITZI REAMS McDONALD — SNEA. 

DOUGLAS H. McNEIL — Lakeside Dormitory Council, Pres. Student 
Senate, "Forum." 

JON MERCKENS — French Club, Student Activities Representa- 
tive, Lakeside Dorm Council, Asst. Editor U Book. 
DAVID THOMAS MILLS — APO. 

BRUCE MORRISON — German Club, Alpha Psi Omega, Pres. Ox- 
ford Club, UCCA, Pres. MSM, Pres. Choir, Collegium Musicum. 
Religious Life Committee, Presidents Council. 
HOWARD D. MURPHY — Circle K. 

RONALD NAYLOR — V. Pres. Student Senate. Student Center 
Board, Stevenson Hall Dorm Council, "Orange and Black." 
CAROL NOURSE — Choir, BXA, Bridge Club. Sigma Alpha lota. 
Homecoming Queen Candidate. 
ROBERT F. OSWALD — No activities listed. 

MICHAEL G. PARKER — Honorary Circle K Member, Bowling Team. 
Track, Tennis, Athlete of the Year in Tennis, Rifle Club, Dolphin 
Club, Biology Club. 

PETER PARKER — Cross Country, Athlete of the Year in Cross 
Country, Track, Bowling, Originator of Mr. Ugly Contest. 
CLINTON J. PARKINSON — Intramurals. 

MYRA L. PARSONS — BXA, AWS Pres., Judiciary Board. Home 
Economics Club, Pi Epsilon Alpha, Cwens, Intramurals, "Stespean," 
Extramurals, Presidents Council, Senior Assistant in Division of 
Health and Physician Education. 
WILLIAM PATTON — No activities listed. 

SUSAN J. PENNYCUFF — Home Economics Club Pres., SNEA, 
AWS Council, UCCA, lota Sigma Nu, IBM Typing Award. 
DONALD J. PHILLIPS — Circle K. 

FRANK PRESTON — Gamma Beta Phi, Circle K. Student Senate. 
Alumni Scholarship. 

MAURICE QUELLE — Pres. German Club, French Club. Student 
Activities Representative, "Orange and Black," Fencing Club, Phi 
Mu Alpha, Senior Assistant Division of Modern Languages. 
ROLAND RAUGHT — No activities listed. 

STEPHANIE RILEY — BXA, SNEA, AWS, "Orange and Black" 
Editor, Publications Award, Student Representative to Library Com- 
mittee. 

GLORIA JEAN RISNER — Drama and Art. 

PETER H. SALMON — Alpha Delta, Stevenson Hall Dorm Council, 
Karate Club, Biology Club. 
JOHN D. SEALS — APO, U Club, Track. 

JANE POWELL SELL — BXA, Cheerleader, U Club, Pi Epsilon Al- 
pha. Council of Southern Mountains, UCCA, Snow Queen Candidate. 
DAVID M. SIMON — Circle K. 

PAUL A. SOWDEN — Circle K, Pres. Canterbury Club. Alpha Psi 
Omega, Oxford Club, Sigma Beta Theta Pres., Asst. Postmaster, 
UCCA, Alpha Delta, Student Center Board. Playlikers. 
WILLIAM A. STAFFORD — Intramural Football. 
DANIEL A. STINSON — Oxford Club, UCCA, Stevenson Hall Dorm 
Council, Foreign Students Association. 

L. ARLENE MATTHEWS STOLL — Pi Epsilon Alpha. Cheerleader. 
U Club Secretary, Snow Queen, AWS Council, Secretary Junior 
Class. 

WILLIAM R. STRONG — U Club, Baseball. 

JIRYIS SWEIS — UCCA, Oxford Club. Pres. Foreign Students 
Association. 

CHASTIAN TAURMAN — Track. APO, Presidents Council. 
CARL E. TAYLOR — Alpha Delta. 
JOCELYN TAYLOR — PHT. 

DIANE J. TRETHAWAY — BXA, Playlikers, Alpha Psi Omega, SNEA. 
NANCY P. TUCKER — Pres. SNEA. Home Economics Club. 
CHRISTINE TUHOLSKY — V. Pres. Senior Class. Pres, BXA, Cwens, 
AWS Council, Student Center Advisory Board. "Stespean," French 
Club, German Club, SNEA, Canterbury Club. Presidents Council. 
Gamma Beta Phi. 

VIVIAN VAIR — National Methodist Scholarship. Oxford Club, 
UCCA, "Stespean," Biology Club. AWS. Council of Southern Moun- 
tains, Appalachian Volunteers, Foreign Students Association, Gamma 
Beta Phi. 

DAVID C WALTZ — MSM, lota Sigma Nu. Pi Gamma Mu. H. H 
Owens History Award. UCCA. 

DANIEL WELLMAN — Alpha Delta. American Chemical Society, 
Pres. 

JAMES R. WEST — Circle K, Bowling Team, Bridge Club, Studenl 
Center Advisory Board. 

THOMAS JOSEPH WHITE — Baseball, U Club. 
BETTY SADLER WILLIAMS — Gamma Beta Phi, SNEA. 
HIROMI YAMANA — Freshman Scholastic Award. Biology Club, 
French Club, "Stespean," Home Economics Club, Cwens, Foreign 
Students Association, Gamma Beta Phi. 

JOHN EARL YOST — Circle K, Alpha Psi Omega, Student Center 
Board, Playlikers. Chorus. 



Index 



Abbuhl, Margaret Ann — 74, 79, 123 

Abrams, John — 150 

Ackley, David — 142 

Acton, John — 72, 134 

Adams, Herbert — 104 

Alexander, Edward — 60, 98, 134 

Altord, Joseph — 83, 150 

Allen, Dr. J. Howard — 94 

Allen, Larry — 95, 123 

Allen, Shirley — 95, 123 

Allen, Susan — 105 

Allen, Thomas — 91. 123 

Anderson, Daniel — 80, 96 

Anderson, Donald — 76, 97, 102, 
122, 123 

Anderson, Joyce — 142 

Anderson, Lois — 150 

Anderson, Robert — 97, 142 

Andrews, Paul — 56, 150 

Angel, Edward — 123 

Angel, Joan — 105 

Apner, David— 76, 82, 83, 104, 123 
• Archetto, Robert — 123 

Armstrong, William — 95, 105, 134 

Arnett, Brenda — 123 

Ashley, Judith — 53, 80, 100, 101, 
102, 103, 142 

Assorgi, Qennaro — 134 

Ayers, Ernie — 65 

Babbage, Beverly — 134 

Baird, Barbara — 142 

Baker, James — 134 

Baldwin, Stephen — 82, 83 

Bales, Paul — 134 

Banks, Jehu — 142 

Barkelew, Runyon — 142 

Barnum, Philip — 104, 134 

Barrott, William — 65, 83, 98, 134 

Bartlett, Jay — 63 

Bartley, Lester — 80, 99, 123 

Bartolo, Naomi Joyce — 142 

Basone, Ben — 62 

Bass, Lou — 100, 101, 150 

Bateman, Deborah — 74, 91, 134 

Bateman. John — 150 

Bates, Thomas — 150 

Bauer, John — 83, 142 

Bautz, Donald — 65, 98, 159 

Baxter, Lody — 142 

Beard, Peggy — 91, 134 

Bechtol, Linda — 142 

Beck, Roy — 150 

Beckmann, William — 96, 123 

Beisecker, Glenn R. — 142 

Bell, Barbara — 150 

Bellamy, James — 134 

Bellamy, William — 97, 142 

Benedetto, Angelo — 150 

Bennett, Roderick — 72, 142 

Benz, John — 134 

Bernhardt, Kenneth — 150 

Beyer, Thomas — 83 

Biel, Cass — 72, 134 

Biel, Diane — 105 

Billings, Thomas — 150 

Bird, Judy — 92, 134, 150 

Bixler, Harry — 142 

Black, Ann — 80, 104, 142 

Black, Edward — 88, 92 

Black, Robert — 134 

Blackman, Susan — 100, 101, 142 

Blackwell, Jon — 97, 104, 150 

Blakley, Janice — 58, 85, 98, 123 

Blemlek, William — 83, 134 

Bliss, Robert — 150 

Blum, Michael — 100, 150 

Bock, Gary — 72, 142 

Boggs, Sharon Hawn — 124 

Boone, Judy — 105 

Boone, Ronald — 134 

Borquist, Alan — 150 

Borusky, Raymond — 94, 95, 134 

Bossmann, Linda — 134 

Bott, Jerry — 39, 101, 102, 142 

Bott, Terry — 39, 101, 102, 142 

Box, David — 97, 150 

Boyd, Diane — 150 

Boyd, Robert — 142 

Boyington, Beth — 105 

Boyington, William — 76, 124 

Boyle, Thomas — 60, 98, 142 

Bozarth, Vickl — 39, 124 

Bradford, George — 76, 97, 101, 14i 

Bradley, Viola — 51, 71, 74, 79, 

91, 99, 124 
Branstord, Charles — 84, 150 
Branstutter, Judith — 142 
Brazier, Winnie — 124 
Brewster, Howard R. — 76, 96 
Brian, Patricia — 71, 100, 101, 142 
Brierley, Sharon — 101, 142 
Brinly, Kathleen — 71, 80, 91, 133, 134 
Brock, Larry — 97 
Brock, Marcus — 64, 96, 150 
Brockett, Ronald — 65 
Brooks, Richard — 97, 150 
Broomell, Kenneth — 88, 101, 102, 142 
Broomell. Robert — 150 
Brosey, Theodore — 150 
Brown, Charlene, — 150 
Brown, Eddy— 134 
Brown, Gail — 39, 134 
Brown, Gerald — 76, 134 
Brown, Jeffrey — 65, 72, 83, 134 
Brown, John G. — 88, 100, 124 



Brown, Wllllem — 150 

Bryant, Anne — 142 

Bryant, Janice — 80, 99, 135 

Buchanan, Bette — 142 

Bumgardner, Michael — 76, 80, 90, 

105, 142 
Burchesky, Stephen— 39, "1, 85, 150 
Burdick, Hadwin — 124 
Burley. Edward — 83, 135 
Burnsldes, Donna — 101, 150 
Bush, Bonnie — 143 
Butts, Glenda — 135 
Butz, William — 76, 143 
Call, David — 124 
Calllhan, Beth— 150 
Calloway, Charles E. — 80, 83, 143 
Campbell, Mary Sue — 150 
Campbell, William Alfred — 124 
Campbell, William M. (Scott) 92, 

100, 101, 143 
Card, Thomas W. —96, 150 
Carey, Carolyn Lee — 150 
Carey, James E. Jr. —83, 143 
Carey, John W. — 150 
Carmean, Mae — 105 
Carr, Edward Franklin — 135 
Carr, Kathryn Ann — 100, 150 
Carr, Paul — 56, 151 
Carrall, Anthony — 97, 151 
Carter, John Scott — 101, 143 
Caswell, William M. — 135 
Chamberlain, Kathy — 101, 151 
Chaney, Oren — 96, 151 
Chaney, Phyllis— 101, 102, 103, 135 
Chase, Peter N. — 124 
Christiansen, Edward — 72, 133, 135 
Christie, Harry — 72, 124 
Christie, Sandra — 135 
Cini, Al — 65 

Ciocci, Gilbert H. — 60, 151 
Clapham, Reid — 80, 96, 135 
Clark, Arthur A. —88, 100, 101, 102. 
Cleary, Robert F. — 151 
Clonch, Samuel E. — 80, 143 
Clouse, David A. — 101, 102, 151 
Clutter, Roxine — 151 
Coffman, Ella Sue — 53, 71, 124 
Coffman, Hobart D. — 84, 99, 151 
Cole, Curtis — 151 
Cole. Deborah — 143 
Colley, Jack S. — 76, 143 
Collins, Richard C. — 143 
Coluccio, Ronald J. — 62, 143 
Comfort, Donald W. — 135 
Connolly, Donald M. — 65, 95, 98, 

99, 125 
Contompasis, Nicholas — 151 
Cooper, Robert L. — 101, 143 
Cooper, Stephen E. — 72, 94, 97, 135 
Cope, Phyllis A. — 71, 79, 91, 122, 125 
Corbert, Richard A. — 101, 151 
Cornelius, Tilden Douglas — 97, 125 
Correll, Gerald T. — 85, 96, 143 
Cosbey, John J. — 97, 151 
Cousins, Irene — 90 
Cox, Robert L. —98, 157 
Craig, Karin G. — 101, 151 
Creasy, Ronald L. — 151 
Crisafulli, Claudio — 125 
Crockett, Patricia — 143 
Curd, Lawrence A. — 56, 73, 98, 143 
Dando, Clifford B. — 143 
Darr, Harry I. — 97, 135 
Davies, Cynthia Kay — 91, 151 
Davis, George Lindsey — 151 
Davis, George Randolph — 143 
Davis, Larry R. — 59, 87 
Davison, James — 135 
Dawson, Lynda C. — 39, 151 
DeChamps, Linda — 143 
DeGroff, Eric — 143 
DePalma, Angela — 70, 90, 135 
DeVaughn, Yvonne — 125 
DeVeer, William H. — 143 
DeVries, Mary — 71, 84, 86, 135 
Deaves, R. Neal — 65. 141, 143 
Delk, Hugh C. — 38. 39, 135 
Delk, Lana F. — 135 
Delk, Lola, — 143 

Depew, Bruce — 39, 85, 88, 101, 143 
Dexter, Walter Lee — 151 
Dezarn, Deanna — 143 
DiNicola, William Anthony — 151 
Diaz, Ana Lucy — 125 
Dickinson, Don L. — 83, 125 
Diehl, Edward — 72, 83, 135 
Dillman, Richard — 72, 135 
Disney, Gary — 151 
Dixon, Anna Marie — 100, 151 
Doster, James Harold — 151 
Dotson, Dr. John A. — 40 
Douce, Robert Lee — 87, 135 
Dozier, Sheila — 101, 151 
Dubberke, Mario Kurt — 151 
Duffany, Richard — 157 
Dugger, Elisha — 99, 125 
Duncan, Carol — 135 
Duncan, Justin B. — 151 
Dunn, Paul L. — 125 
Eder, David C. — 143 
Egorenko, Karolina — 125 
Eldridge, Rhonda — 151 
Ellerbrock, Gary — 151 
Elliott, DiAnne — 135 
Elliott, Genevieve — 151 



Emeigh, Sandra — 105 
Emeigh, William R. — 72. 125 
Entelisano, John — 76, 151 
Ermin, Barbara — 84, 102, 135 
Evans, Amos (Butch) — 83, 143 
Evans, Brenda — 151 
Ewing, James S. — 151 
Farmer, Karleen — 100. 143 
Farner, John Oliver — 61, 62, 72, 

83, 87, 98, 125 
Fawley, Walter William — 80, 143 
Faxon, Thomas S. — 151 
Fay, Richard L. — 143 
Feeley, Timothy C. — 151 
Fields, Jeri —39, 71, 95, 104, 143 
Filler, Ronald — 80, 144 
Finks, Gregory Mark— 144 
Finney, William — 92, 135 
Fischer, G. Kenneth — 72, 83, 135 
Fisher. Robert A. — 94, 149, 151 
Fledderman, Thomas A. — 152 
Fleming, David Terry — 65, 97, 144 
Fogel, Bradley C. — 144 
Follit, John W. — 82, 83. 94, 144 
Ford, Christopher L. — 152 
Foster, Barry — 76, 83, 95, 126 
Foster, Constance — 144 
Fowler, Donald C. — 82, 83, 144 
Frame, Lillian M. — 152 
Frazier, George B. — 64, 65 
Freeman, Donald — 105 
Freeman, Eddy G. — 136 
Freeman, Karla J. — 71, 79, 144 
Gail, Robert C. — 136 
Galbo, Robert M. — 126 
Gallinger, Bruce N. — 91, 97, 136 
Gambrell, George — 152 
Gante, Peter O. — 126 
Gardiner, Judith— 84, 152 
Gattuso, Vincent— 72, 83, 133, 136 
Gaunt, George Ed — 152 
Gee, Jemima P. — 126 
Gensel, Nancy L. — 152 
Gensler, Michael P. — 83. 152 
Gentil, Donald — 152 
George, David S. — 101 
Geyer, Christine — 53, 95, 103, 136 
Gibbons, Richard F. — 97. 101, 152 

Gibo, Sue — 80 

Gilbert, Dr. Frank — 76 

Gilbert, Mrs. Frank — 75 

Gillaspie, Robert — 152 

Giron, Mary Carol — 58, 74, 90, 91, 
98, 136 

Glasgow, Kathy — 144 

Glass, Francis — 95, 126 

Glover, Cathie — 136 

Goh, Hock Soon — 96. 1 44 

Goist, Mark — 152 

Golden, Thomas H. — 89, 101 

Goldsberry, Paula J. — 136 

Gomany, Kenneth J. — 152 

Goodhart, Marc Wilson — 152 

Goodwin, Mary Virginia — 103 

Gordon, John Charles — 86, 136 

Gould, Burton E. — 96. 136 

Graham, Albert D. — 152 

Graham, David A. —80, 99, 152 

Gray, Carolyn Raye — 152 

Gray, Linda Gail — 144 

Green, Allan E. — 88, 101, 102 

Gref, Stephen — 90 

Gregory, Edward A. — -56 

Gregory, Harold — 94, 126 

Gregory, Vernece — 152 

Griffin, Herman Vaughan — 72, 97, 126 

Griffin, Peggy— 126 

Griggs, Virginia — 91, 152 

Gruber, David H. — 152 

Guilmartin, Warren — 136 

Gustafson, Charles — 152 

Gutknecht, Robert — 76, 136 

Halter, Gerald — 52, 60, 98, 136 

Hamilton, Carol Ann — 101, 102, 136 

Hamilton, Carol Ann — 100, 101, 152 

Hamilton, David Dennis — 60, 152 

Hammons, Barbara — 39, 74, 144 

Hammons, J. S. — 152 

Hammons, John Frank — 104, 136 

Hammons, Sue Jones — 144 

Hammonds, Sharold — 144 

Hansel, Charles — 105 

Hanulak, Barry — 96, 152 

Harbold, David — 144 

Hardison, Ruth Carol — 79, 144 

Harris, Linda — 126 

Harris, Phyllis — 152 

Harris, William — 152 

Hart, Daniel — 60, 65, 98, 144 

Hartman, John Dunlap — 152 

Hartung, William — 82, 83, 126 

Hatz, Jo Ann — 39, 144 

Hawley, Wayne— 84, 89, 101, 136 

Hayes, Larry — 88, 100, 102 

Hazim, Lufti — 96, 152 

Heggan, Janice — 46, 50, 79, 144 

Heller, Jack — 152 

Henderson, Barbara — 144 

Hensel, Charles R. — 152 

Hensel, Donald C. — 72, 136 

Herbst, Elizabeth — 104, 144 

Hesson, Barbara — 71, 101, 152 

Hicks, Donald — 61 

Hleronymus. Anna — 94, 105, 144 

Hlgglns, Teena — 152 



Hill, Billy A. —56, 98. 144 
HIM, John M. —60, 152 
Hillier, Harry — 72, 126 
Hinkle, Jacqueline — 152 
Hinkle, Leamon — 39. 144 
Hisle, Judith — 101, 153 
Hoctor, Martha — 70, 74, 85, 90. 

105, 136 
Hodgkins, Thomas — 96, 153 
Hoepfner, Edward — 61, 98, 136 
Hoffman, George William — 65, 72, 

94, 97, 98, 144 
Hogg, Peggi — 100. 101, 102, 103, 136 
Hohne, Robert G. — 97, 144 
Holbert, Mary Lou — 74, 104, 144 
Holcombe, Judith — 71, 80, 104, 144 
Hollifield, James — 76, 82, 83, 136 
Homstead, James — 153 
Hoops, Kay Dawn — 84, 100, 101, 

102, 153 
Horn, Rhoby — 71, 101, 144 
Horowitz, Sanford — 83, 90, 92. 126 
Hosken, Sally Hansen — 144 
Howard. Mary Nell — 127 
Howell, Olivia — 58, 80, 91, 145 
Huckle, Donald — 89, 100, 101, 

102, 136 
Hudson, Donna — 145 
Hudson, Lloyd Glenn — 153 
Hudson, William R. — 145 
Hull, Walter James — 80, 101, 104, 

105, 145 
Humphries, Ellwood — 56, 72, 141, 

145 
Ireland, Robert — 94, 149. 153 
Jackel, Wm. Paul — 153 
Jackson. Dennis — 88. 100 
Jackson, Margaret — 145 
Jackson. Wilburn — 104, 136 
Jacobus, Janet — 71, 95, 145 
Janka, John — 127 
Jaynes, Mary Jo — 80, 90, 145 
Jenkins, G. Scott — 72, 83, 84, 136 
Jesmajian, Richard — 153 
Johnson, Charlotte — 153 
Johnson. Faith— 39, 48, 58, 74, 145 
Johnson, Julianna — 145 
Johnston, Ruth Ann — 80, 101, 145 
Jones, Richard — 101 
Jordan, Gail — 145 
Justice, Gilbert — 153 
Kalbach, Steven — 39, 72, 136 
Keeffe. William — 100, 101, 102, 153 
Kehr, Barry — 65 
Kern, William G. — 153 
Kidd, John R., Jr. — 41, 145 
Kief, Werner — 153 
Kilgore, Benjamin — 64, 153 
Kinard, Joyce — 100, 101, 102. 103 
Kinningham, Cheryl — 39, 145 
Kipp, Charles William— 96, 153 
Kirby, Paul — 153 
Kistner, Richard — 153 
Kivler, Alfred — 101, 102 
Klass, Nancy — 145 
Kleeb, Kenneth — 83, 137 
Klineburger, Alan Wm. — 97, 153 
Kloss, Richard — 72, 82, 83, 137 
Klumpp, Linda — 101, 145 
Klug, Robert — 62, 137 
Knapp, William John — 145 
Kopera, Leonard B. — 97, 137 
Kraft, Karl — 101, 145 
Krebs, Eric — 83, 153 
Kronk, Jeffrey — 41, 127 
Krzastek, Elizabeth — 153 
Kunath, Robert D. — 72, 127 
Kunkle, Charles W. — 153 
Kunze, Faith — 74, 79, 104, 145 
Lacy, William — 95, 153 
Lamb, Edward — 81, 127 
Lambert, Arthur — 77, 94 
Law, Jane G. — 45, 90, 127 
Lee, Ronald — 56, 65, 98, 137 
Lee. Wilbur A. — 127 
Leith, Bob — 65 
Lemmon, David H. — 153 
LePeyre, Jon — 65 
Levan, Gary — 153 
Lewis, Charlotte — 39, 71, 80, 

104, 145 

Lewis, Phyllis — 137 
Lewis, Selma Sue — 71, 127 
Libby, Connie — 91, 137 
Lightner, Jerolyn — 74. 84, 91, 127 
Liming, Stephen — 72, 97, 99, 137 
Linaburg, Earl — 72, 137 
Linden, Jean — 60, 137 
Linderman, Barbara Bachman — 

105. 145 
Linderman, Robert — 137 
Linger, Dr. Bernard — 101. 102 
List, Walter — 65, 141, 145 
Lobb, David B. — 72, 99, 127 
Lobb, Gayle Bartlett — 101, 102, 

103, 137 
Locke, Theodore F. — 70. 72, 99, 127 
Locke, Walter R. — 153 
Logan, C. Douglas — 56. 61, 65. 

98, 137 
Logue. David — 127 
Long, Andrew Charles — 65, 83, 

96, 145 
Long, Jo Beth — 153 
Lopez, Alberto — 153 



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Lopez, Louis — 61 

Lord. David C. — 39. 99. 128 

Loseno. Barbara — 137 

Love. John David — 128 

Loy. Harry T. — 44. 56. 61, 128 

Loy. Nancy — 105. 157 

Lucas, Dorothy T. — 153 

Luers. Robert — 96. 145 

Lutz, Peter — 153 

Lynch, Gerald — 72, 96. 128 

Lyon. John Dennis — 153 

Mack, Frederick — 72, 145 

Mackie. Daniel J. — 97. 153 

MacNeil. Robert — 80. 96. 145 

MacWan, Vijendrakum (Joe) — 137 

Magsam, Janet — 71, 145 

Magnusen. Thor B. — 128 

Mahan, James E. — 122, 1kc 

Mahan, Jeri Kincade — 105 

Mahan, Robert — 153 

Mahler, Stephen L. — 83, 145 

Main, Archie Martin — 137 

Main, Beth — 105 

Malone. Phillip D. — 84, 128 

Manuel, Thomas F. — 76, 84. 97. 145 

Marigold, Dr. W. Gordon— 88, 102 

Marigold, Mrs. W. Gordon — 102 

Markin, John David — 153 

Marquardt. Henry C. — 137 

Marsh, N. Thomas III —76, 97, 145 

Marshall, John C. — 102, 128 

Marshall. Steve — 146 

Martin, Dean — 153 

Martin, Delia Jones — 128 

Martin, Lyvonne Kay — 80, 146 

Martin, Mrs. Sadie — 81 

Martin. Shirley — 153 

Matheson, Joanne — 154 

Matthews, Diana — 100, 101, 154 

Matthews. Dr. Robert — 102, 105 

Matthews. Wayne — 157 

Maxwell, Dorsey Lynn — 137 

Maylield. Mary Helen — 154 

Mayne. Ronald — 104 

McAdams. Phyllis — 71. 101, 146 

McCann. Patricia — 137 

McComas, John James — 137 

McDaniel, Edward C. — 65, 98, 137 

McDonald. Mitzl Reams — 128 

McDowell. Charles — 100, 101, 154 

McFerland, Thomas J. — 80. 100. 

101. 102. 146 
Mclver. David B. — 97, 105, 137 
McKinstry, William— 63 
McNeil, Douglas H. — 94, 128 
McNeil. John Stuart — 97. 157 
Meehan. Michael John — 83. 154 
Meibers. Kenneth — 56. 154 

Mellllo. James P. — 72, 97. 137 

Merola. John Hunter — 154 

Merckens, Jon F. — 82. 83, 128 

Merida, Veda M. — 154 

Mllburn, Bruce — 146 

Mllburn. Sandy — 105 

Miller, Franklyn (Pete) — 60, 96, 
101, 154 

Miller. Dr. Mahlon A. — 108 

Miller. Max C. — 154 

Miller, Vivian — 146 

Mlllett, Edith — 154 

Milliken. Rena — 3 

Mills. David Thomas — 72. 129 

Mills, Gary T. — 76. 97, 146 

Mills, Henry D. — 154 

Millward, Guy — 72, 146 

Mirando, Michael — 137 

Miskelly, Robert Wayne — 101, 137 

Mitchell, Bruce — 72. 96. 154 

Mitchell, Margaret — 146 

Mitchell. Samuel Thomas — 72. 138 

Mohr. Thomas W. —61, 98. 138 

Molnar. John — 83. 105, 138 

Moore, Paul S. (Pete) — 61 

Moore, Sherry Ann — 101 

Moran, James Dale — 60, 154 

Morey, David K. — 97, 154 

Morgan. Judith — 80. 146 

Morlachetta. Barry — 65, 72. 94, 138 

Morris, Billle Jean — 154 

Morris, Jerry Wayne — 154 

Morrison, Bruce — 100, 101, 129 

Moseley. Janet — 146 

Mullen, Thomas — 83, 138 

Murphy, Howard — 129 

Murphy, Linda Marks — 138 

Murray. Larry — 83, 92, 138 



Myers, June — 100. 101. 146 
Naylor. Ronald— 85. 92. 94, 95. 

97. 129 
Neace, Jo Delia — 74, 80, 85, 138 
Neeley. Allen R. — 154 
Neiswender. Michael E. — 146 
Nelson, Janie — 146 
Norris, Joe Gary — 101, 154 
Nolo. Carl — 72, 146 
Nourse, Carol — 100, 101. 103, 129 
Noyes, Frederick — 83, 146 
Nuckols. Richard — 146 
O'Connell. Jerry — 59, 101, 154 
O'Connell. Raymond — 138 
Oerman. Roy — 102, 146 
Ohlerich, John — 138 
Olmstead. Dale — 89, 100. 101. 102, 

104, 146 
Osborne, Norma Jean — 47, 138 
Osman, Henry — 97, 154 
Oswald, Robert — 129 
Owens. Cherry — 39. 154 
Owens. Raymond — 72. 83. 146 
Owens. Ronnie — 138 
Palmer. Cobum — 38, 70, 90. 146 
Parker. Michael— 59, 63, 98, 129 
Parker, Nancy — 146 
Parker. Peter — 59, 64, 65. 98, 129 
Parker, William — 38. 83, 138 
Parkinson. Clinton Joe — 129 
Parsons. Charles L. — 72, 83, 146 
Parsons, Charles W. — 138 
Parsons, Myra L. — 71, 74, 129 
Patridge, Frances — 92 
Patterson, Douglas — 136 
Pattison, Carl — 85, 90, 105 
Patton, William E. — 129 
Paxton, Donald — 146 
Payne. Curtis — 72. 83, 104, 138 
Payne, William Walter — 138 
Pease, James G. — 101, 138 
Peck, Linda — 154 
Pedrick, James E. — 154 
Peffer, Brenda Jo — 146 
Pendleton, John — 61 
Penick, Michael— 96, 100, 101, 154 
Pennycuff, Susan J. — 91, 129 
Perkins, Allan Kyle— 80, 146 
Perkins, Coleen — 154 
Peters, Dianne — 39, 154 
Peters, Kathy— 154 
Petersen, Okie Lee — 70, 90, 100, 146 
Phillips. Donald J. —81, 130 
Phipps, Truleen — 154 
Pickard, Mellnda — 79, 138 
Pllkey. John — 76, 138 
Pineur, Judith— 100, 101, 154 
Pipo, Russell — 60, 138 
Pittser, Robert — 56. 61, 98, 146 
Poff, Harry Clarence — 97, 154 
Polizzo, Kenneth — 146 
Pope, Don C. — 154 
Port, Deborah — 70, 90, 138 
Port, Susan — 154 
Poulos, Dr. Nicholas — 88, 102 
Powell. Anne — 154 
Powell, Clifford Keith — 138 
Powell, James E. — 154 
Powell, Samuel T. — 83, 157 
Preston. Frank J. — 94, 130 
Prince, Esther — 101. 155 
Proctor. Carol — 101, 146 
Prunier. Janice — 101. 103. 147 
Prunty, Randall — 70 
Pusey, Willard — 83 
Quelle, Maurice — 83, 89. 130 
Quick, Anna Catherine — 138 
Quimby. Peter — 83, 147 
Radway, David John — 64, 155 
Ramsey, Karen — 71. 74. 138 
Randell, Janet — 99. 139 
RatliH. Phyllis — 71. 80, 104. 147 
Raught. Roland — 140 
Rednour, Charles — 139 
Reeves, Barbara — 155 
Reid. Ian — 139 
Reigelman, Janet — 53, 94, 155 
Renkin, W. Thomas — 72, 94, 97, 147 
Rennle, John D. — 101, 155 
Ricards. Bruce — 147 
Richards, Frances — 103, 147 
Richer, Frank H. — 147 
Riley, Stephanie — 74, 85, 95, 130 
Riskle, Harry — 64, 155 
Risner, Gloria — 130 
Ritchey, Dennis — 155 
Rivell, Frank W. — 155 



Robeson, Palmer — 76. 96, 147 

Rockwell. David — 84. 86, 89. 101, 139 

Rodriguez. John — 147 

Rogers. Wayne H. — 101, 147 

Rollman, Bruce — 76. 96. 139 

Rosenburg, Gary — 155 

Rowe. Robert — 90, 155 

Ruth, Douglas — 139 

Rutledge, Charles — 56, 98, 147 

Sachs. Stephen — 139 

Sackett, Linda — 155 

Salmon, Peter — 104, 130 

Saltzman, Douglas — 155 

Sartorio, Joy — 75,139 

Savage, Shirley — 105 

Savage. Wm. Henry — 155 

Sayce, Sherry — 147 

Sayles. Darrell — 96, 147 

Schad. William — 147 

Scharding, Doris — 155 

Schnitz, Sandra — 75, 101, 147 

Schoenacker, Irving — 96, 139 

Scott, Howard — 155 

Scott, Margaret — 101, 155 

Seale, Bonnie — 147 

Seale, John W. — 155 

Seals, John D. — 65, 72, 96, 98, 130 

Searles, Thomas — 15 

Seay, Millard — 83 

Sell. Jane Powell — 130 

Sell. Ronald — 76, 139 

Semkus, John — 96, 147 

Seplak, Marsha Kit — 49, 91, 155 

Sergent, Regina — 155 

Sewalls, Robert — 60. 101, 139 

Shadle, Clark — 61, 72, 98, 139 

Shadle. Diane — 75, 147 

Sharrah. Maureen — 71, 147 

Shaw, Don — 63 

Shaw, Patricia — 71. 75. 101, 139 

Shawaryn, Eugene — 97, 155 

Shearer, Robert — 97, 139 

Shelton, Elizabeth — 58, 75, 98, 139 

Shepard, Herbert — 60, 139 

Sherman, Raymond — 155 

Sherwood, Sharon — 139 

Shockley, Mary — 155 

Shockley. Preston — 155 

Shomper, Richard — 65, 139 

Silvers, Charles — 155 

Simon, David — 130 

Singer, Mrs. Catherine — 80 

Singer, Marcia — 38. 75, 80, 84, 

91, 92, 95, 139 
Slpple, Douglas — 80. 90, 147 
Sipple, Drucilla — 105 
Smalley, John — 139 
Smart, Richard — 155 
Smith, Meda — 71, 91, 101, 149, 155 
Smith, Ray — 155 
Smith, Robert— 147 
Sockwell, Dennis — 155 
Sowden, Paul — 70, 76, 92. 130 
Speck, Louise — 100, 101, 102, 

103, 139 

Squires, Connie — 71, 90, 94, 103, 139 

St. Clair, Lance — 76 

Stafford. William — 130 

Stallcup, Carol — 155 

Stanek, Eugene — 155 

Stanley, Maxine — 71, 80, 147 

Stapler, Barbara — 139 

Steele, Ann — 101, 155 

Steele, Dale — 155 

Steele, Lillian — 100, 101, 155 

Steen, Bruce — 139 

Stelner, Karla — 53, 80, 100, 101, 

104, 147 

Stepp, Ralph — 76, 147 
Stevens, Robert — 147 
Stewart, John — 62, 64, 147 
Stewart, Marian — 155 
Stickley, Carlene — 71, 75, 80, 91, 139 
Stinson, Daniel — 131 
Stoecklln. Christopher — 156 
Stohner, Donald — 156 
Stoll, L. Arlene Matthews — 98, 131 
Stone, William — 96, 101, 147 
Streit, Susan — 147 
Strong, William — 131 
Stump, Barry — 90, 156 
Sturgls, James Thomas — 80, 101, 147 
Surface, Robert — 156 
Sullivan, John T. — 83. 140 
Sutherlin. Robert — 96. 140 
Sutton, Lynn — 39, 75, 100, 101, 
102, 103. 147 



Swels. Jiryls — 131 

Syme, Phyllis— 100, 156 

Symington. Wayne — 97. 156 

Tanner, Charles — 156 

Tatro, Robert — 89. 101. 102. 140 

Taurman, Chastian — 131 

Taylor. Carl —94, 131 

Taylor, Craig — 82, 83, 140 

Taylor, Jocelyn — 131 

Taylor, Norman — 61 

Testa, Robert — 140 

Thacher, Leonard — 156 

Thompson, John Henry — 84. 156 

Thompson. John W. — 76, 156 

Thurber, Robert — 76, 148 

Tollefson, Thomas — 156 

Tomlinson, Janet — 80. 101, 156 

Trethaway, Diane — 70, 75, 90. 91, 131 

Trent, Bill— 65 

Triplett. Carlene— 80. 84. 91. 140 

Troil, Carmen — 100, 101. 149, 156 

Trudeau, Janet — 148 

Trueman, Kay — 75, 79, 85, 140 

Tuccio. Donna Dillon — 156 

Tuccio, James — 156 

Tucker. Nancy — 79, 91, 131 

Tuholsky. Christine — 71, 75. 80, 

122, 131 
Turner, Kenneth — 83, 89, 101, 

102, 148 
Tye. Mary Helen — 140 
Ullrich, John — 156 
Underwood, Robert — 72, 83. 148 
Vair, Vivian — 75, 131 
Valentik, Kathleen — 92, 148 
Van Dersall, John— 89, 100, 101, 140 
Vande Voorde, Richard — 39, 96. 157 
Vanderpool, Gervin — 148 
Vaught, John — 72. 148 
Vavroch, Frank — 56. 156 
Vickery. Dan — 72, 95. 97, 140 
Von Derau, Ralph — 104 
Waddell, Betty— 156 
Waddell, Emma— 156 
Wagner, Jeffrey — 76, 140 
Waite, Elinor— 100. 101, 140 
Walker, Jim — 63 
Wallace, Elaine — 58, 71, 104, 141 
Wallace, Pamela— 100. 103, 148 
Waltz, David — 131 
Ward. Gail — 105 
Ward. Patty — 156 
Warren. Larry — 156 
Walters, Raymond — 101, 102, 156 
Walts. Dr. Winifred —81 
Webber, Elizabeth — 91, 156 
Weeks, Thomas — 102, 104, 148 
Wellman, Daniel — 99, 132 
Welty, Donna — 101, 156 
Wessler. Carole — 103 
West, James — 59, 76. 132 
Weyand. Robert — 80. 95, 140 
Whalen, Michael — 156 
Whltcomb, David — 140 
White, James — 59 
White, Joyce— 80, 84, 101, 156 
White. Thomas J. — 61. 98, 132 
Whltlaker, Jon— 82, 83. 148 
Wick, Allan P. —72, 140 
Wick, Robert Lee — 100, 101, 156 
Wiese. John Christopher — 156 
Wildrick, Robert— 156 
Wilhelm, Drew — 97, 156 
Williams, Betty Sadler — 91. 131 
Williams, Craig— 96, 100 
Willis, Nancy — 148 
Wilson, James L. — 94, 96, 104. 140 
Wilson, Mildred — 79, 148 
Wimmer, Karln — 101 
Wirlck, Linda— 101, 156 
Witherell. Eleanor — 39, 156 
Wlttlln. Mrs. Curt — 105 
Wolf. James R. — 101. 148 
Wolfersberger, Harry — 65, 140 
Wolfrom, Bruce — 156 
Wood, Charles Barry — 76, 140 
Worley. Jack — 81, 140 
Wortlnger, Keith — 56, 98, 148 
Wright, John C. — 156 
Wyncoop, Russ — 61 
Yamana. Hlroml — 39, 80, 132 
Yeager, Catherine — 156 
Yeatts, Bill — 63 
Yerger. Sylvia — 75, 140 
Yost. John Earl — 70. 92, 101, 132 
Young, Betty J. — 71, 75 
Young, Paul F. — 83. 148 



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