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"The best of times, the worst of 
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Mahlon Miller, President of the College, received his B.S. from the 
University of Pittsburgh; M. Div., S.T.M. from Drew University ; D.D. 
from Union College; and a L.L.D. from Morehead State University. 
Charles C. Saddler, Assistant to the President, and Development Of- 
ficer, received his B.A. from Oakland City College; M.A. from Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Colorado State, Indiana University, Northeastern 
University. Mrs. Sue Carr, Secretary to the President. 





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Doris Mays, Dean of Students, received her B.S. 
from Union College; M.A. from the University of 
Kentucky and did post M.A. work at University of 
Kentucky and Eastern University. She is the Spon- 
sor of the Student Senate. Robert E. Rose, Vice 
President of Academic Affairs, received his B.A., 
M.A, from the University of Northern Colorado; 
Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Patricia Perry, 
Dean of Graduate Students. Carolyn Bastress, 
Secretary, Office of Academic Affairs. Freda New, 
Secretary, Office of Student Affairs. Linda Fletch- 
er, Secretary, Office of Graduate Affairs. 




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Milton Towsend, Vice-President for College Relations and De- 
velopment, recieved liis A.B. from Union College; M. A. from 
University of Kentucky. Bruce Martin, Public Information Of- 
ficer. Juanita Sellards, Executive Secretary, Development Of- 
fice. Patty Abner, Secretary, Office of Development. Carole 
Presley, Registrar. Bobbie S. Hamilton, Clerk typist. Regis- 
trar's Office. Beverly Taylor, Clerk typist, Registrar's Office. 



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Boyd Todd, Business Manager and Treasurer, recieved his A.B. and M.A. from 
Union College. He servers as the Knox County Chamber of Commerce. 
Gladys Harrell, Assistant to the Business Manager and Treasurer. Clarence 
Chadwell, Bookkeeper and Assistant Treasurer. Wilhelmena Magee, Secre- 
tary, Business Office. Lucy Swafford, Secretary, Business Office. 





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Dr. Wendell Krinsen 




Dr. Chilukuri Santaram 





Wendell Kringen, Acting Chairman Natural Science Division, recieved his B.A. 
from Bemidji College; M.S., Ph.D. from University of Minnesota. He is now the 
sponsor of the Union College Science Society. Chilukuri Santaram, Associate 
Professor of Mathematics and Physics, received his B.S., M.S., Ph.D. from 
Andhra University, India, and did his post doctoral work at State University of 
New York. Floyd Scott, Assistant Professor of Biology, recieved his B.S., M.A., 
from Austin Peay State College and is a candidate for a Ph.D. from Auburn Uni- 
versity. Robert Simpson, Associate Professor of Mathematics, recieved his B.S. 
from Middle Tennessee State University ; M.A. from University of Georgia; Ph.D. 
from University of Tennessee. Lawrence Jankovics (picture not available), As- 
sociate Professor of Chemistry, recieved iiis diploma from Evotvos University, 
Budapest, Hungary ; Ph.D. from Columbia University. Clevis Carter, Assistant 
Professor of Physical Science, recieved his B.A. from Union College; M.A. from 
George Peabody College. Phyllis Thomas, Instructor of Math and Science. 



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Donald Calitri, Chairman, Division of Applied Sciences, Associate 
Professor of Health and Physical Education and Recreation, re- 
ceived his B.S., M.A. from Union College; Ed.D. from University 
of Alabama. He now sponsors the Circle K Club. Pete Moore 
Head, Department of Health and Physical Education, Athletic 
Director, Basketball coach, and Associate Professor of Health 
and Physical Education, received his A.B. from Union College; 
M.S. from University of Tennessee. Dean Brunson, Instructor of 
Physical Education and Athletic Coach, received his B.S. from 
Florida Technological University; M.A. from Western Kentucky 
University. Mildred Hacker, Assistant Professor, Health, Physi- 
cal Education, and Recreation, received her B.S. from Eastern 
Kentucky University; M.A. from Union College. Frances Pat- 
ridge, Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, re- 
ceived her B.S. from University of Arkansas; M.A. from George 
Peabody College. 




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Warren Robbins, Head, Department of Education, received his 
B.S. from Eastern Kentucky University; M.A. from George 
Peabody College; Ed.D. from University of Tennessee. Gayle 
Miles, Assistant Professor of Education, Associate Supervisor 
of Student Teaching, received her A.B. from Union College; 
M.A. from University of Kentucky. Sister Mary Gemma Har- 
low, Assistant Professor of Education, received her B.S., M.A., 
M.Ed, from Spalding College; Ed.S. from George Peabody 
College. Robert Matthews, Head, Department of Religion and 
Philosophy, Frances Landrum Memorial Professor of Religion, 
received his B.A. from Wlreaton College; S.T.B., Ph.D. from 
Boston University. Dvwght Stewart, Associate Professor of 
Philosophy, received his B.A. from Culver-Stockton College; 
B.D. from Drake University; A.M. from Harvard University; 
Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Elizabeth Burke, In- 
structor of Art, received her B.F.A. from Wright State Col- 
lege; M.F.A. from Indiana University. 



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Deril Mays, Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences, Head, 
Department of Behavioral Sciences, Professor of Psychology, re- 
cieved his B.S. from Union College; M.A. from University of Ken- 
tucky ; Ed.D. from University of Tennessee. Robert Bryant (pic- 
ture not available). Associate Professor of Sociology, recieved his 
B.S. from Temple University; M.Dv. from Crozer Tiieological 
Seminary ;Th. D. from Boston University. He is the sponsor of Pi 
Gamma Mu, a National Social Science Honor Society. LiUian 
Rogers (Picture not available). Instructor of Sociology, recieved 
her B.A., M.A. from Western Kentucky University. She is now 
serving as the Junior Class Faculty Advisor. James Co.x, Head, De- 
partment of Social Work, Assistant Professor of Social Work, re- 
cieved his B.A. from Cumberland College ;M.S.S.W. from Ray- 
mond A. Kent School of Social Work; A.C.S.W. from University 
of Louisville. Pamela Miller, Assistant Professor of Social Work, 
recieved her B.A. from Marylhurst College ;M.S.W. from Catholic 
University of America. Oscar Graham, Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology, recieved iiis B.A. from Fisk University; M.S. from Pur- 
due University: Also did additional study toward PH.D. at Purdue 
University. Elizabeth Harris, Secretay, Department of Social 
Work. WiUiam S. Oxendine, Coordinator of the Appalaciiian 
Semester, recieved his A.B. from Union College; M.A. from Uni- 
versity of Kentucky. Kenneth Winter (picture not available) Co- 
ordinator of Appalachian Regional Studies, recieved his B.A. 
from Auburn University; M.A. from University of Kentucky. 
Larry Klein (picture not available), Visiting Assistant Professor of 
History, recieved his B.A. from Kansas Wesleyan University ; M.A. 
from University of Nebraska; has done additional work toward 
Ph.D. at University of Kentucky. Judi Jennings, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of History, recieved her B.A., M.A., Ph.D. from Univer- 
sity of Kentucky. Richard Lockett, Instructor of Pohtical 
Science, recieved his A.B. from Centre College; Additional Ph. 
D. work at University of Kentucky. James Barton (picture not 
available). Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies. 






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Mr. (Allan Green 







Patricia Dontchos, Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama, re- 
ceived lier B.S., M.A. from the University of Nebraslca. She is tlie 
sponsor of Play-lilcers, Alpha Psi Omega, and director of the the- 
atre program. Allan Green, Chairman Division of Humanities, As- 
sociate Professor of Music, received his B.M. from Western Michi- 
gan University ; M .M . from Indiana University ; and iris Doctoral 
Candidate nearing completion at Indiana University. He is the 
sponsor of the Bridge Club and participates in intramural basket- 
ball, band, and stage band. Leo Dontchos, Head, Department of 
Fine Arts, Assistant Professor of Music, received his B.S., M.M. 
from Ohio State University. David Jackson, Assistant Professor of 
Music, received his B.M. from North Texas State University ; M.A. 
from University of South Florida; D.M.A. from North Texas 
State University. Jack Clay, Instructor of Music, received his 
B.M. from Indiana University. 



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Mr. B. M. Stallcup 




Lester Woody, Assistant Professor of English, received Ws B.A. 
from the University of Virginia; M.A. from the University of 
Richmond; Ph.D. from the University of North CaroHna. He is 
the assistant advisor to Gamma Beta Phi and was the director 
of Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT. Gordon Marigold, Profes- 
sor of Foreign Languages, received his B.A. from the University 
of Toronto; M.A. from Ohio State University; Ph.D. from the 
University of Toronto. Frank Merchant, Graduate Professor of 
English, received his A.B., M.A. from Brown University; Ph.D. 
from the University of Denver. B. M. Stallcup, Associate Pro- 
fessor of English, received his B.S. from Kansas State Teacher's 
College; M.A. from New York University. Gail Garloch, Assistant 
Professor of English, received her A.B. from Maryville College; 
M.A., Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee. 



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J. C. Newport, Head, Department of Business, Assistant Professor 
of Business, received his A.B. from Union College ;M. A. from 
Eastern Kentucky University. Joe Thomas, Instructor of Busi- 
ness Administration, and Counselor of Experiential Education, 
received his B.S., M.B.A. from the University of Missouri. Mary 
Manis (picture not available). Instructor of Business, received her 
B.B.A., M.B.A. from Eastern Kentucky University. Joe Hacker, 
Director of Data Processing Center, Assistant Professor of Busi- 
ness, received his B.S. from Union College, M.A. from Eastern 
Kentucky State CoUege. Bruce Presnell, Assistant Director of 
Data Processing Center, received his B.S. from Union College. 
Paula Hammons, Graduate Assistant in Business. Louise Martin, 
Secretary, Data Processing Center (picture not available) 















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James McFerrin, Head Librarian, received his B.A. from Erskine 
College, B.S. in L.S.; M.S. from the University of Illinois. Virginia 
Saddler, Assistant Librarian, Associate Professor of Library Sc- 
ence, and Head of Library Science Curriculum, received her B.A. 
from Cornell College; B.S. in L.S., M.S. in L.S. from the Univer- 
sity of Ilhnois. Mary Lockett (picture not available). Reference 
Librarian. Wanda Rliodes, Library Technician. Loretta Roark, 
Clerk-typist in Library. Doris Jean Miller, Library Technician. 



Mr. James McFerrin 







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Darrell Clark, Director of the Student Center. Janice Poff, Secre- 
tary to the Director of the Student Center. Larry Watts, Night 
Manager of the Student Center. Bobbie Burgess, Clerk in Book- 
store. Betty Messer, Clerk in Post Office. 







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Stephen Hicks, Director of Financial Aid, received his B.A. from 
Union College. Catherine Singer, Director of Alumni Affairs, re- 
ceived her B.A. from Union College. She has served as advisor for 
Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary of the Publications and Communi- 
cations Committee, Historian for Iota Sigma Nu, and belongs to 
the Union College Woman's Club. Betty Greer, Secretary, Office 
of Student Financial Aid. Sherri Valentine, Secretary, Office of 
Alumni Affairs. Mildred Maggard, Student Loan Officer. 



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Union College. He now serves as faculty advisor for the Freshman 
class. Chris Hubbs, Admissions Counselor. Larry Inkster, Admis- 
sions Counselor. Loretta Cowan, Secretary, Office of Admissions. 
JoAnn Helton, Secretary, Office of Admissions. 




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Richard Timm, Director of ARA Slaters 
Food Service. Darrell Miller, Assistant 
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Marshall Potter, Superintendent of Build- 
ings and Grounds. Eugene Branstutter, 
Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and 
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ning. Dale Myers, Director of Experiential Education and an Asso- 
ciate Professor of Chemistry, received his A.B. from Berea Col- 
lege, Ph. D. from Auburn University and did post-doctoral work 
at Duke University. Ronald Hoffman, Director of Learning Re- 
sources Development Program. Charles Dibble, Coordinator, 
Continuing Education. Brenda Doty, Secretary, Experiential 
Education and Office of Career Planning and Placement. Caro- 
lyn Long, Secretary, Learning Resources Development Program. 



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Kevin McCuUen, AIDP Coordinator. Edwin LeMasters, Career 
Counselor. Rita Brooks, Secretary, Career Planning and Placement 
and Office of Experiential Education. Ed Black, Director of Ca- 
reer Planning and Placement. Denise Cope, Career Counselor. 




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Reverend Raymond Gibson, Campus Minister. Nona Owens, 
Pfeiffer Hall Dormitory Director. Lucille Robbins, College Nurse. 
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Charles W. Anders 
Keavy, Ky. 



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Little Ferry, N.J. 




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Oxon Hill, Md. 




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Manchester, Ky. 




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Kutztown,Pa. 



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Pate rson, N.J. 



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Bellefonte.Pa. 




Catherine A. Chakour 
NaperviUe, 111. 



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Carol Lee Clark 
Rockville, Md. 




Sandra Kay Combs 
Happy, Ky. 










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Mitchell S. Crain 
Lexington, Ky. 




Norman Ross Fisher 
Tipton, Mich. 





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Elizabeth Garland 
Cannon, Ky. 



Stephen V. Howard 
Louisville, Ky. 



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Barbourville, Ky. 



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Rochester, N.Y. 


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Christine Martin 
Plainfield,N.J. 



Joyce Martin 
Eubank, Ky. 





Robert McFerrin 
Barbourville.Ky. 



Pamelia Miller 
Clayton, N. J. 




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Barbourville, Ky. 



Sharon Kay Mills 
PineviUe, Ky. 




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Leroy Moore 
Viper, Ky. 




James C.Newport 
PineviUe, Ky. 




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Pineville, Ky. 



Billy G. Presley 
Barbourville, Ky. 




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Gray, Ky. _ 



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Gray, Ky. 



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Jackson, Ohio 




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Newport, Ky. 




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Loyall, Ky. 







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N. ColUns, N.Y. 



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Cheshire, Conn. 



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Delta, Ky. 



Harry White 
Rio Grande, Ohio 





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Glen Mills, Penn. 



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Judy Woolum 
Artemus, Ky. 




Shahriar Zargham 
Tehran, Iran 



David Wayne Ziegler 
Paulsboro, N.J. 





Charles Saddler, President; Peggy Chandler, Vice-President; Jakki Staggs, Treasurer; Donna Dobo, Secretary. 




I "it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of 
incredulity . . . ." 



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Don Black 
Maysville, Ky. 




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Anthony Auzenne 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 




Ronald C. Benge 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 




Peggy L. Chandler 
Ledbetter, Ky. 



Glenn A. Cotterell 
Scotia, N.Y. 




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Rebecca Sue Culp 
Woodstock, Ohio 



Mark S. Fishburn 
Ft. Wadsworth, N.Y. 





Donna Jean Dobo 
North Tonawanda, N.Y. 




Patricia S. France 
Columbus, Ind. 



George E. Gambrel 
Manchester, Ky. 




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Richard Steven Gardner 
Ft. Thomas, Ky. 



Doris J. Gray 
Barbourville, Ky. 





Geraldine V. Wood 
Xenia, Ohio 




Stephanie E. Greenway 
Linden, Tenn. 



Karen R. Gregory 
Manchester, Ky. 




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Edward John Hammell 
Magnolia, N.J. 



Ruth K. Hensley 
Crummies, Ky. 





Susan V. Harbison 
Philadelphia, Penn. 




Deloria Susan Howard 
Wallins Creek, Ky. 



Diane Ibold 
Cincinnati, Ohio -Z 

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Pedro I. Jimenez 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Kimberly J. Jufer 
Milford, Ohio 





Steven Wayne Jones 
Maud, Oliio 




Barbara Ann Kane 
Jamesburg, N.J. 



Delores J. Kurtz 
Sunbury, Penn. 




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Bruce Allen Laine 
Versailles, Ky. 



Carolyn M. Madigan 
New Shrewsbury, NJ. 





Lorraine Lyle 
Olean, N.Y. 




Barbara S. Moore 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Michael W. Napier 
Gulston, Ky. 




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Sharon J. Nelson 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Adelaide E. Parsons 
Lexington, Ky. 





Teresa C. Newport 
Pine villa, Ky. 




Beverly G. Parsons 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Paul Gregory Peck 
Russell Springs, Ky. 




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William C. Peebles 
Covington, Ky. 



Charles C. Saddler 
Barbourville, Ky. 





Richard B. Reaves 
Endicott, N.Y. 




Jessie M. Shelby 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Michael M. Smith 
Versailles, Ky. 




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Glenda Kay Snodgrass 
Jonesville, Va. 



Arthur L. Spurlock 
Pineville, Ky. 





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Jacqueline Staggs 
Georgetown, Ohio 







Billy M. Stallcup 
Barbourville, Ky. 



James W. Thompson 
Middletown, N.Y. 



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Anthony M. Vertino 
Hasbrouck Heiglits, N.J. 



Donald A. Vinyard 
Carneys Points, N.J. 



Penny F. Trosper 
Gallon, Ohio 



Joseph D. Wilkerson 
Winchester, Oliio 



Jimmy Wayne Wilson 
Manchester, Ky. 



Debra Woolum 
Artemus, Ky. 






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SOPHOMORES 




CLASS 01 I ICERS: John Unban, President, Dunna Lonjiworlh, Vkc Pr.sidini l,jk. Ko I 
Shelley Howard, Secretary 



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Elizabeth Marilynn Adams 
Hyden, Ky. 



Cheryl A. Alvis 
Hamilton, Ohio 



Thomas M. Barfield 
Columbus, Ga. 



Tyrone Blalock 
Dayton, Ohio 



Beverly A. Cannon 
Corbin, Ky. 



Marguerite Carson 
London, Ky. 





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Mark Allen Carter 
Keokee, Va. 



Donna G. Conley 
Clintwood, Va. 



Sherroid D. Cornett 
Pineville, Ky. 



Sharon Lynn Davis 
Bledsoe, Ky. 



Mark J. Dugan 
Utica, Mich. 



Karen Earl 
Indianapolis, Ind. 






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Joseph Emmel 
Marcus Hook, Penn. 



Sally Fannon 
Pennington Gap, Va. 



John Flanagan 
Delran, N.J. 



Peter P. Fougner 
Garden City, N.Y. 




Gary Gooden 

Keith. Kv. 



Shelley Lynne Howard 
MUford Center, Ohio 



Glenn R. Jones 
Silver Springs, Md. 






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Ruth Kawadza 
Williamstown, N.J. 



Bobbi Lawson 
Alva, Ky. 



James W. Leslie 
Barbourville, Ky. 




John D. Logan 
Cannon, Ky. 



James L. Manis 
Hazard, Ky. 



Donna F. Mills 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Ruby MOler Mills 
Barbourville, Ky. 





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Ellis Rdiiiiic Moore 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Petra I. Mursch 
West Hartford, Conn. 



Jakie R. Ross 
Barbourville, Ky. 






Michael D. Sammons 
Hazard, Ky. 



Vicki A. Saylor 
Hoskintown, Ky. 



John P. Schwantes 
Woodstown, N.J. 




Mary E. Tinsley 
Flat Lick, Ky. 



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Anthony B. Todd 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Jeff Walker 
Bethel, Ohio 



John Urban 
Elizabeth, N.J. 



James Scott Williamson 
Corbin, Ky. 



Rhonda Jo Wilson 
London, Ky. 



Charlie Zigler 
Bridgeton, N.J. 






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FRESHMAN 



Mclanie Shaw, Student Senate Rep; Dottie Hale, Secretary ; Terry Stigall, President; Debbie Estes, Treasurer; 
(Absent)- Nancy Johnson, Vice-President; Randy Abner, Student Senate Rep. 




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ore us 





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William R. Abner 
WaUins, Ky. 



Lyle G. Adams 
Kettering, Ohio 




Robert Jay Adams 
Flemington, N.J. 



Daniel W. Armstrong 
Campton, Ky. 




Debra Ann Bargo 
Dayton, Ohio 



Stephanie M. Bates 
Beattyville, Ky. 



Vicki R. Begley 
Hyden, Ky. 






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Cindy Belseth 

Witinsville, Mass. 



Hilda Jane Blevins 
Pennington Gap, Va. 



Edward M. Bogacici 
Hawley, Penn. 




Arnold G. Bradway 
Bridgeton, N.J. 



Tracy Bridges 
Louisville, Ky. 



Karen Sue Brown 
Bimble, Ky. 



Timothy R. Burnham 
Tampa, Fl. 




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Pamela K. Buttery 
Barbourville, Ky. 



David D. Campbell 
Artemus, Ky. 



Marina L. Carson 
Ft. Mitchell, Ky. 



Pamela A. Casey 
Convent, N.J. 




Edwin Lyle Caudill 
Felicity, Ohio 



Edward T. Clark 
Louisville, Ky. 



Ruth E. Clark 

Ossian, Ind. 






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Darlene B. Compton 
Newport, Ky. 



Ruth A. Cook 
Mozelle, Ky. 



Greg A. Cornett 
Hamilton, Ohio 




Linda A. Craft 
Dry den, Va. 



Priscilla J. Cutter 
Newfield, N.Y. 



Maureen Susan Devery 
Ambler, Penn. 



Robin K. Doss 
Georgetown, Del. 








Barbara M. Duricko 
Jersey City, N.J. 



Carolyn S. England 
Stockton, N.J. 




Lauren A. Esposito 
Hazlet, N.J. 



Deborah L. Estes 
Harlan, Ky. 




Paul Fisher 
Louisville, Ky. 



Barbara A. Fleming 
Sergeantsville, N.J. 



Teresa G. Foley 
Barbourville, Ky. 





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Karen L. Fulks 
Jonesville, Va. 



Oscar Coins 
Louisville, Ky. 



Bobby Ray Cambrel 
Flat Lick, Ky. 




Marsha G. Gray 
Wyandotte, Mich. 



Doretta Hale 
Flat Lick.Ky. 



James W. Hammell 
Magnolia, N.J. 



Ronald Harrison 
Englishtown, N.J. 






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Donald 0. Harris 
Mt. Dora, Fl. 



Darrell W. Hayes 
Pennington Gap, Va. 



Richard L. Hill 
Cleves, Ohio 



Jeffrey Hendrickson 
Falls Church, Va. 




Danny R. Hinkle 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Patrick D. Hollett 
Pennsvilie, N.J. 



Dee Ann Holly 
Xenia, Ohio 









Robert E. Howard 
Smith, Ky. 



Delora A. Hubbs 
Corbin, Ky. 



Debrah D. Ison 
Loyall, Ky. 




Nancy J. Johnson 
Purcellville, Va. 



Janice M. Jones 
Jonesville. Va. 




Teresa A. Kriviski 
Alexandria, Va. 



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Manahawkin, N. J 




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Thomas D. Lawson 
Manahawkin, N.J. 





Laura P. Lay 
Brooksville, FL 



Beverly L. Lenzer 
Covington, Ky. 



Cathy A. Leonard 
Jonesville, Va. 




Ada M. Leslie 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Michael R. Lindsay 
Pennsville, N.J. 



Herman Little 
Jersey City, N.J. 






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Corbin, Ky. 



Paula D. Long 
Cawood, Ky. 



Jeanne Ann Luttrell 
Harlan, Ky. 




Franklin E. McCoy 
Dover, Del. 



Wayne M. Meyer 
Westfield. N.J. 



Doris Regina Miller 
Big Stone Gap. Va. 



Deborah L. Mills 
Pineville. Ky. 






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Robert A. Milone 
Margate, N.J. 



John M. Monaco 
Somerdale, N.J. 



Jamie Moore 
Jonesville, Va. 



Victor A. Morris 
Staten Island, N.Y. 




Milton M. Morton 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



Pamela J. Napier 
Jonesville, Va. 



Patricia Parker 
Louisville, Ky. 






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Nancy Patterson 
Cranks, Ky. 





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Carol J. Pfister 
Eaton, Ohio 



David A. Pickard 
Barbourville, Ky. 




Richard G. Preston 
Bingliamton, N.Y. 



Dennis M. Prosinski 
Camden, N.J. 



Danny W. Quillen 
Deane, Ky. 



Daniel R. Rees 
Falls Church, Va. 






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Sherry Lynn Reeves 
Corbin, Ky. 



George D. Renfro 
Flat Lick, Ky. 



Jon E. Ricketts 
Orlando, Fl. 



Kathryn L. Robbins 
Barbourville, Ky. 




Cynthia D. Rogers 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Coleen Rose 

LaGrange,Mo. 



Steven M. Rose 

LaGrange, Mo. 






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Melanie L. Shaw 
Brookville, Ind. 



Roland R. Shelton 
Barbourville, Ky. 




Rude M. Sitola 

Chipinga Rhodesia, Africa 




Nell E. Slemp 
Jonesville, Va. 



Gary D. Slusher 
Pineville, Ky. 



Johnny D. Smith 
Arjay, Ky. 



Julia Nadine Smith 
Barbourville. Ky. 






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Mackelene Smith 
Stanford, Ky. 



Randall Smith 
Girdler, Ky. 




Jackie W. Sproles 
Pineville, Ky. 



Glenn M. Sprock 
Bellston Spa, N.Y. 




John E. Stallard 
Louisville, Ky. 



Peter B. Suchodolski 
Palmyra, N.J. 



James Surgener 
Cawood. Ky. 





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Mary Sweetapple 
Plantation, Fl. 



Diane G. Therrien 
East Douglas, Mass. 



Bradley E. Thompson 
Cincinnati, Ohio 




Thomas L. Thompson 
Cleves, Ohio 



Rudolf O. Thomsen 
Glasgow, Ky. 



Danny J. Thornberry 
Corbin, Ky. 



Marcus Throckmorton 
Barbourville.Ky. 






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Rhonda S. Tyler 
Ewing, Va. 



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Michael R. Vizoco 
Gibbsboro, N.J. 




Lawrence Wagner 
Vineland, N.J. 



Deborah J. Walker 
New Monmouth, N.J. 




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Dorian S. Walker 
Hillside, N.J. 



Emil Kevin Watkins 
Frackville, Penn. 



Jenny L. White 
Barbourville, Ky. 






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Susan K. Wendryhoski 
Utica, Mich. 



Susan Wriggens 
Point Pleasant, N.J. 



Cheryl Wilhelm 
Gray, Ky. 



Gary W. Williams 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Robert H. Williams 
Louisville, Ky. 



Linda L. Wilson 
Woodbine, Ky. 





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Pamela Jo Wilson 
Barbourville, Ky. 



Norma J. Wilt 
Muncy, Penn. 



Aaron M. Works 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



James E. Yeager 
Campton, Ky. 



Anna B. York 
Allston, Mass. 



Ahmad Zareie 
Tehran, Iran 






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Jay A. Bechtel 
Royersford, Pa. 



Nancy Hampton 
Barbourville, Ky 



Jo Ann Moore 
Easthampton, Ma. 



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Jamey K. Payne 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



Beve Smith 
Girdler, Ky. 



Dawn Wilkin 
Hillsboro, Ohio 



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LaGrange, Ky. 



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Sarali Ann Dingus 
West Liberty, Ky. 



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Lakeland, FL 




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Loyall, Ky. 



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Hamilton, Ohio 



Robert Williams 
Louisville. Ky. 








Joseph N. Wynn 
Dayton, Oliio 







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Basketball 




Back: Coach Dean Brunson, Tim Hawkins, Eugene McCaffery, Bill Peebles, Steve Jones, Salomom Kelly, Fred Jones, Paul Peck, Tom Johnson, Rick Webb, 
Coach Pete Moore. Front: Manager John Burnette, Johnny Logan, Don Harris, Mike Sammons, Don Black, Butch Grubb, Jon Ricketts, Trainer John Urban. 



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Swim Team 




Bert Smith, Diving Coach; Jerry Halter, Coach; 
Back; Pete McCoy, Tom Lawson, MarkDugan, 
Bruce Laine, Ray Spahn, Joe Emmel. Front: Carol 
Pfister, Terry Kriviski, Mary Sweetapple. 



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Don Vineyard, Editor, Jimmy Wilson, Sports 
Writer, Tom Barfield, Sports Editor, Vivian 
Smith, Business Manager, Peggy Chandler, 
Penny Trosper. 








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Front: Diane Ibold; Ed Hammell; Cyn- 
thia Butts, President; Mitch Grain: Dave 
Ziegler. Baclc: Peggy Chandler, Secre- 
tary; Trey Saddler; Diane Myers, Trea- 
surer; Jamey Payne; Mary Tinsley: Don 
Vinyard; Steve Howard; Jakki Staggs, 
Vice President; Otis Doan; Dean Doris 
Mays, Advisor. 





Student 



108 







The Student Senate is the governing body 
of the students. They serve as an omni- 
busman between tlie administration and 
the students. They sponsor the Distin- 
guished Professor Award and a fund for 
student entertainment by facuhy mem- 
bers. 



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Front: Lori Jaffe, President, Roberta Taylor, Bob Freidman. 
Back: Dr. Dwight Stewart, Faculty Advisor, Jo Ann Moore, 
Karen Saunders, Michaeline Tuznik. 




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Front: Dee Kurtz, Treasurer, Cathy Chakour, Vice-President, Lori Lyle, Pamelia Miller Hall, President, Bonnie Peak, Maria Specht, Patty France, Secretary. 
Back; Cynthia Butts, Barb Kane, Linda Sharp, Kim Jufer, Judy Woolum. 




Beta 
Chi 
Alpha 



The sisters of Beta Chi Alpha are joined together by the spirit of Friend- 
ship. The Sorority promotes the ideals of beauty, cuUure, and art. As 
a social-service group, the soroity encourages working together, friendli- 
ness and respect among sisters on campus. 

BXA is very active in campus activities; the Daniel Boone Festival, and 
tlie Roman Holidays and they support Union in every way. Sisterhood 
is climaxed every year with the Annual Spring Presentation Ball which 
is held for the formal initation ceremony of pledges. 



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Seated: Ruth Hensley, President; Cheryl Alvis, 
Treasurer; Sharon Davis, Vice-President; Susan 
Howard, Secretary. Standing: Carolyn Madi- 
gan, Junior Advisor; Adelaide Parsons, Junior 
Advisor; Petra Mursch; Roberta Taylor; Mary 
Lockett, Faculty Advisor; Joanne Thomas, 
Senior Advisor. 



Plu Cwens is the twenty-first chapter of 
National Cwens begun out of tlie need for 
a women's honorary sorority on Union 
College campus. Established on campus 
in 1959 by Dr. Mary C. Owen. The so- 
ciety's function was service to campus 
and community. Early services included 
aiding the local hospital and selling sta- 
tionary and pizza in the dorms. Through- 
tout the years the function has been to 
serve campus and community as well as 
to promote the individual's own attri- 
butes of leadership, scholarship, person- 
ahty. 




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bAnrtAHLTA PH 




liAniiA bLTA PHI 




Top Photo: First Row: Beverly Parsons, 
Pamelia Miller Hall, Maria Specht, President; 
Peggy Chandler, vice president; James 
Thompson, secretary; Sharon Graves, Trea- 
surer; Susan Howard, Sharon Davis. Second 
Row: Catherine Singer, advisor; Donna 
Conley, Thomas Barfield, Deborah Kruse- 
mark, Michael Napier, Vivian Smith, Diane 
Ibold, Charles Saddler. Donna Dobo, Steve 
Gardner, Dee Kurtz, Billie Kelly, Clara, 
Harrel, Debra Jones. 

Bottom Photo: First Row: Stella Wagner, 
Marilyn Adams, Lana Young. Karen Saun- 
ders, MichaeUne Tuznik, Katluyn Robbins, 
Dawn Wilkin, Delia Wagner. Second Row: 
Peter Fougner, Anthony Vertino, Mark Du- 
gan, Michael Warren, Gordon Long, Robert 
Howard, Barbara Hoskins, Marguerite Car- 
son, Evelyn Matthews. 



Gamma Beta Phi 



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Home Economics Club 



Top Photo: Sally Fannon, Miss Mary Alice Lay, 
Bottom Photo; Pamelia Miller Hall, Gerry Baill, Joyce Mar- 
tin. 




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Sorority 



Front: Terry Kriviski, Carol Schulze, Carol Pfister, Dawn 
Wilkin, Mary Sweetapple. Back: Jamie Payne, President, 
Elizabeth Burke, Faculty Advisor, Debbie Krusemark, 
Natalie Anderson, Diane Ibold. 



G.S.S. is a Service Soroity that serves both campus 
and community. They participate in Roman Hoh- 
day and the Daniel Boone Festival every year. 




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First Row: Catherine F. Singer, Historian; Rena Milliken, Dale Moore, president; DeRhonda Greer Hubbs, secretary-treasurer; Dorothy Elm, vice-president; 
Bruce Presnell. Second Row: Jimmy Middleton, Darrel Miller, Clevis Carter, Dr. O.J. Wilson. Third Row: Maria Specht, Joe Anderson, Beve Smith, Janie 
Presnell, Doris Stewart. Fourth Row: Michael Napier, Myra Wright, Janet Fish, Robert Friedman. Fifth Row: Charles Anders, Lynn Slominsky, Wayne 
Triplett. Back Row: Mark Turner, Peggy Chandler, James Broughton, Bradley Sell. 



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Lana Young, Pam Casey, Billie Kelly, Peggy Chandler, Karen Saunders, MichaelineTuznik, Lori Jaffe, Bob Friedman 



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Front: Petra Mursch, Pam Napier, Susan Howard, Jake Ross, Glcnda Snodgrass, Jim Hammell. Back: Ed Hammell, Joe 
Wilkerson, Danny Quillen, Dave Zeigler, Sally Fannon, Jane Blevins. 



Circle K 
Pledges 



Sitting: Diane Long, Coleen Rose. Stand- 
ing; Debbie Estes, Shahriar Zargham, Re- 
gina Miller. 




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Standing; Rhonda Tyler, Nancy FuUard, Penny Trosper, Sally Fannon, Kim Price, 
Pam Napier. Sitting: Joe Wilkerson, Jim Hammell, Dave Zeigler, Mark Dugan, Joe 
Pronchik. 




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Manor 



Dormitory Council 



Sec.-Beve Smith 
V. P. -Pete Fougner 
Pres.-Ray Spahn 
Rep.-Pete McCoy 
Advisor-Ron Benge 




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Jo Ann Thomas 



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Sharon Graves 



Robert McFerrin 



Maria Specht 



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Peggy Chandler 
Linda Sharp 
Cathy Chakour 




Union College 



Myrlyn Lawson 



Beve Smith 



Jayme Payne 









Rick Cartwright 




Mr. 
Union 



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Cynthia Butts 






Miss 
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Theta Pi Delta 

Maria Specht 
Diane Myers 
Carol Schulze 
Jamey Payne 
Cynthia Butts 
Dawn Wilkin 



Homecoming Candidates 

Freshmen — Melanie Shaw 

Jamie Moore 
Sophomores — Shelley Howard 

Cheryl Alvis 
Juniors — Adelaide Parsons 

Penny Trosper 
Seniors — Jamey Payne 

Myrlyn Hale Lawson 



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Standard Brands Of 
Furniture 

Phone 546-3144 


BRYANT & SON 
True Value Hardware 

201 Knox Street 
Barbourville, Ky. 40906 


Selling Quality 

Furniture For Over 

35 Years 

90 Days On the Spot 
Same as Cash Bank Financing 

N. Main St. Barbourville, Ky 





COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 

SINCE 1905 



1st NATIONAL BANK 

of 
CORBIN 



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"Visit" 



Clara's 
Shoppe 

Barbourville, Ky. 



Barbourville, Ky. 
Phone 546-3092 



American 

Fidelity Bank 

And 

Trust Company 

Phone 546-3138 



Barbourville 

Kentucky 

40906 



Compliments of 

UNION NATIONAL BANK 

Barbourville, Ky. 





SUSIE'S DRESS SHOP 
Court Square 

Chidren's, Ladle's and 
Teen and Jr. Clothes 



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SUN BONNET GIFT SHOP 

Court Square 
Barbourville, Ky. 

Gifts For All Occasions 



BUCHANAN-WYRIGK 
JEWELRY CO. 

105 S. Main Corbin, Ky. 

Jewelry and Gifts 

"When You Care Enough 
To Give The Very Best" 



J. C. PENNY 

We Know What You're Looking For 

115 South Main 

Corbin, Kentucky 

40701 



MULLINS MEN STORE 
Specialists in Men's Appearal 

Quality Clothing and Shoes 



Arrow Shirts 
Curlee Suits 



Jarmon Shoes 
ACME Boots 



Phone (606)-528-6449 
Trademart Center— Corbin, Ky. 





Special Ov-dei- HetordLs 



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Four Seasons Sport 
Shop 



Trademart 
Shopping Center 



Finest in 

Athletic 

Equipment 



BELK SIMPSON 

Of 
Trademart Center 

"Your Happy Shopping Store" 

Corbin, Ky. 










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Corbin, Ky 40701 




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Custom Repair 



DISTADS 

204 N. Main St. 
Corbin, Ky. 

Phone 528-5323 

Member of National 
Bridal Service 




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Corbin 
Deposit Bank 

and 
Trust Company 

Corbin, Ky 40701 
Member F.D.I.C. 




Kentucky 

Group 

Bank 




Downtown 

110 N. Main St. 

Corbin, Ky 40701 

Phone: (606) 528-5707 



Free Alterations 

Free Gift Wrapping 

Lay Away! 





Ciswette 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 



Of Corbin, Inc. 

Corbin, Ky 40701 



1000 W. 18th St., S.W. 
P.O. Box "Drawer D" 



Telephone 
(606) 528-1630 



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to be free — to chart their own destiny of 
building a country out of this thin fabric called 
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easily, as this fledgling was viewed as a ser- 
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struggling country. Help came from other 
European countries to add to the flame of 
breaking the grip of England. Farmers, fish- 
ermen, cobblers and men from every walk of 
life took up their arms to defend this new- 
felt right to be free. As the smoke began to 
clear, ideas on organizing this diversity of 
colonies into a coalition of united states 
began to take shape. The form of a Constitu- 
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world of this new country, with its vast do- 
main and resources, thousands of immigrants 
poured in to start a new life. With the added 
growth of population, new frontiers were 
needed. This stretching brought new con- 
flicts with foreign powers who previously 
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grow, internal disagreement erupted into a 
battle of economic and philosophical differ- 
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would heal only after generations had passed. 
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freedom for the individual man. The country 
had survived as a unit and now its energies 
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with it — many challenges — many successes — 
some failures . . . and through it all a spirit 
for all nations to envy — a burning passion that 
all men may one day be free . . . 

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