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Full text of "Summit Christian College Summit Record Magazine"

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Summit Christian College 



Vol. 4, Issue 1 



Fall 1989 



A DAY OF CELEBRATION. . . 

ACTIVITIES CENTER DEDICATED -- CAMPAIGN COMPLETED 



he words of "Great Is Thy 
Faithfulness" filled the auditorium as 
several hundred individuals came 
together to celebrate the dedication of 
Summit Christian College's new 
Activities Center and the completion 
of the College's "Bridge to the Future" 
capital campaign. 

The celebration began Thursday 
evening, September 21, with a gala 
open house held in the new audito- 
rium. The College community, 
neighbors, friends, community 
officials and local business leaders 
were invited to tour the 23,000- 
square-foot facility. Pizza Hut, 
Incorporated joined in the activities by 
providing pizza and soft drinks for all 
who attended. 

The celebration continued on 
Saturday morning, September 23, 
wlien the official dedication ceremony 
took place with United States Senator 



Dan Coats as guest speaker. Senator 
Coats commended the College on the 
construction of such a structure and 
applauded College officials on their 
successful completion of the $3.2 
milUon capital campaign. 

The Activities Center includes 
offices, classrooms and a well- 
equipped weight room. The gymna- 
sium can be converted to an audito- 
rium to seat 1,700 for commencement 
and other special events. 

"Bridge to the Future" campaign 
funds have been used to build the new 
auditorium and new WBCL facilities, 
aid in debt reduction and increase 
scholarship endowment. A $500,000 
matching grant awarded through the 
Lilly Endowment's Dream of Distinc- 
tion Competition greatly helped the 
College in funding the final stage of 
the campaign. 




(More dedication photos on page 4) 




U.S. Senator Dan Coats was guest 
speaker at the dedication ceremony 



INSIDE • • • 


• Annual Report 


pg.la 


• Homecoming! 


Pg.2 


• Acting Dean 


Pg.3 


Appointed 




• Joan Mayers 


Pg.4 


• Alumni News 


Pg.5 



Summit Christian College's new Activities Center 



WELCOME HOME 

Annual Homecoming/Parents' Day Bring Many to Campus 




o, 



Shellie Paladi cheers on the Falcons 
during the Homecoming soccer competition. 



n the weekend of September 
22 and 23 alumni and parents of 
present students descended on the 
campus of Summit Christian College 
for a very special time of reunion and 
praise to the Lord. 

Festivities began on Friday evening 
with over 50 people gathering for a 
buffet supper in the new Activities 
Center in honor of the returning 
Alumni women's volleyball players 
and their famiUes. The Alumni- 
Varsity match to follow was exciting 
with close to 300 people coming to 
watch. What a joy it was to have our 
own "home court," the first time since 
intercollegiate athletics began in 1953. 



Saturday was a full day with the 
dedication of the new building at 
10:00 a.m; a lunch on the Witmer 
lawn; class reunions for the Classes of 

1979, 1984, 1988; a soccer match with 
Michigan Christian (which we 
unfortunately lost 4-2); a delicious 
BBQ chicken supper on the lawn; and 
then a special praise concert in the 
new Activities Center with guest 
artists Robbie Hiner and Karla 
Worley. 

Plan now to attend next year's 
Homecoming scheduled for Saturday, 
September 29, 1990. A 10th year 
reunion is planned for the Class of 

1980, and a 5th year reunion for the 
Class of 1985. 



Wh, 



SUMMIT DAYS 

Nov. 9 - 11 



The Summit Record is published 
three times a year by Summit Christian 
CoUege. 1025 WestRudisill 
Boulevard, Fort Wayne, Indiana 
46807. Telephone: (219)456-2111. 
FOR ADMISSIONS. CONTACT: 
1-800-292-3922). (Outside Indiana, 
contact 1-800-233-3922). 



President: 

V.P. for Academic 

Affairs: 
V.P. for Business 

Affairs: 
V.P. for Development 

& Public Relations: 
Director of College 

Relations: 
Director of Alumni «fe 

Church Relations: 



Donald Gerig 
Richard Dugan 
Terry Emrick 
David Lalka 
Sherri Harter 
WiUiam Gerig 



hether you're a teenager, a 
parent, or a youth leader, don't miss 
Summit Days at Summit Christian 
College the weekend of November 9, 
10, and 11. Spend a weekend in Fun 
and Fellowship as kids from all over 
the country come to Summit Christian 
College to take a look at college life. 



Learn about what's available to you 
in the way of financial aid, enjoy our 
new facilities, and even experience the 
college classroom. But that's only 
part of the weekend. There is also 
going to be an IMPERIALS CON- 
CERT on Friday, November 10th at 
7:30 p.m. 



Call 219-456-2111 ext. 274 for more information or to register for 
Summit Days at Summit Christian College. 




SUMMIT APPOINTS ACTING DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE 



arolyn L. Arthur has been 
appointed Acting Dean of Student Life 
at Summit Christian College. The 
appointment comes after the summer 
resignation of former dean, Sharon 
Mcjeur. 

Among her many responsibilities at 
the College, Carolyn will oversee the 
total operation of the Student Life 
Department, implement fall and 
summer orientation programs, and 
give direction to residence life and 
student activities. 

Carolyn comes to Summit Christian 
College from East Lansing, Michigan 
where she is a Ph.D. candidate at 
Michigan State University. Her 
doctoral study is in College and 
University Administration with the 
focus on Student Affairs. 




y<j \ I 

She has also earned the master's 
degree in Student Personnel Admini- 
stration in Higher Education from Ball 
State University, Muncie, Indiana, and 
a bachelor's degree in psychology 
from Seattle Pacific College, Seattle, 
Washington. 



Carolyn has held a number of 
positions with Michigan Slate Univer- 
sity including Graduate Assistant in 
the Office of the President, Adult 
Services Staff Associate and Graduate 
Resident Adviser. She previously 
served as Assistant Dean of Student 
Affairs and Director of Career 
Development at Blufflon College, 
Bluffton, Ohio, and as Union Building 
Manager and Resident Director at 
Huntington College, Huntington, 
Indiana. 

On September 22, 1989, by official 
action of the College's Board of 
Governors, the name of the Student 
Development Department was 
changed to Student Life. The name 
change was recommended following a 
audit of the department last spring. It 
was felt that "Student Life" more 
accurately reflects the department's 
function. 




New and Renewed Facilities 



During the last six months Summit 
Christian College has experienced a 
major upgrading of facilities. The 
above photo gives a glimpse of a 
refurbished resident hall lounge. 
Lounges in Schultz and Lexington 
dorms were given a much needed 
fresh new look. Other changes on 
campus have included new and 



resurfaced parking lots, air condition- 
ing installed in the library and 
redecorated dining facilites. The 
College community appreciates the 
generosity of friends who have made 
such changes possible. The upgrading 
of facilities have not only made some 
much needed improvements, but have 
also helped in boosting campus spirit! 



ENROLLMENT 

CLIMBS 4% ! 

k^ tatistics are in and College 
officials are pleased with the news that 
fall semester enrollment is up over 4% 
compared to last year! 

The turn around in enrollment 
began in 1986-87 and since then the 
College has experienced a small, but 
very encouraging, increase in student 
enrollment. As stated by Dr. David 
Lalka, Vice President for Develop- 
ment, "Effective management, 
computer managed mailings, publica- 
tions, advertising and significant 
personal contact made this growth 
possible." 

The College's Enrollment office is 
currently implementing a new 
computer tele-marketing software 
program. According to Enrollment 
Director, Jan Paul Storey, "The new 
system will track prospective students 
from the point of inquiry to enroll- 
ment This cost effective, time 
efficient method of follow-up and 
recruitment will greatly enhance the 
amount of personal attention given to 
qualified students." 



(More dedication celebration photos) 




(I to r) Athletic Director Deb Rupp, 
President Gerig, and Board Chairman 
Paul Steiner gratefully took part in the 
dedication. 




Dr. Ira Gerig enjoyed playing accompani- 
ment music on the recently purchased 
grand piano. 




Jill Swanson (I) and Kurt Schlater were 
among many who appreciated Pizza Hut's 
donation of pizza and soft drinks at the 
open house. 



Dr. Joan E. Mayers 

September 18, 1939 - June 21, 1989 



D 



r. Joan E. May- 
ers, our dear friend and 
co-worker for many 
years, went to be with 
the Lord on June 21, 
1989, following a long 
illness. 

Joan served as pro- 
fessor at Summit Chris- 
tian College for 22 years 
before moving three 
years ago to Cincinnati, 
Ohio where she was in 
private practice as a psychologist. 

Remembered as a "teacher" by her 
many friends and family, Joan also 
loved to be taught. She earned her 
bachelor's degree from Toccoa Falls 
College in Georgia, her master's degree 
from St. Francis College in Fort Wayne, 
and her doctorate from Western Michi- 
gan University in Kalamazoo, Michi- 
gan. 




Joan was a na- 
tionally known 
speaker and co- 
founder of Day- 
Away, a one-day 
women's retreat 
sponsored by WBCL 
radio. She was a 
member of both the 
American and the 
Indiana Association 
for Counseling and 
Development. She 
served on Western 
Michigan University's master's ad- 
misions committee and the board of 
directors for Emmanus Walk of the 
Cincinnati, Ohio area. 

There are hundreds of us who have 
our special memories of Joan and how 
she had an impact on our daily walk. 
God used Joan to teach us the prin- 
ciples found in God's Word and how 
to Uve them out in our everyday lives. 



MEMORIAL GIFTS 

Many individuals find a deep personal satisfaction in making a contribution to 
Summit Christian College in memory of someone special. These meaningful gifts 
express to the family that you care and, at the same time, make it possible for the 
College to carry on its redemptive ministries. Upon receipt of your memorial gift, 
and when appropriate, a card is sent to the family of the honored person. The amount 
of the gift is never indicated. You will also receive an acknowledgement of your tax- 
deductible gift. 

Recent memorial gifts to Summit Christian College: 

In Memory Of Donor 



Carol Sommer 
Joan Mayers 

Joan Grabill 

Frank Snooks 

Irving B. Robbins 

Patti Sue Morrison Parrish 

Luella C. Burley 

Wm. Walter Mainhood 



Mr. and Mrs. David S. Vinton 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Hoffman 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Erdel 

Rev. Susan Breiner 

Miss Elizabeth Mainhood 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Korte 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pottschmidt 

Mr, and Mrs. Robert Burley 
Mr. and Mrs. Byron E. Lines 

Miss Elizabeth A. Mainhood 



ANNUAL 
REPORT 



July 1, 1988 - June 30, 1989 



SUMMIT 

Christian College 



Chairman of the Governing Board . . . 
Encouraged and Optimistic 

s, 



'erving as Chairman of the 
Governing Board at Summit Christian 
College during the last year has been 
an exciting experience! Many 
changes have taken place for the 
betterment of the College. 

A new name has been implemented 
... a name that better represents the 
mission of the College. Although we 
go by another title, we retain the same 
mission to serve and to provide a solid 
Biblical education. 

It has been a treat to watch the 
progress of the construction of the 
College's new Activities Center. The 
building is in use and definitely is an 
addition to the College campus. 

We again struggled with the budget 
during the 1988-89 fiscal year, but 
many positive aspects have taken 
place to make us very optimistic that 
the 1989-90 fiscal year will end in the 
black! 



I must commend the College's 
administration, faculty and staff on 
their dedication and faithfulness in 
serving and performing their jobs with 
a touch of class resulting in high 
quality. 

All the above mentioned items 
along with a growing student body 
encourages me. I look forward to the 
new fiscal year and know Summit 
Christian College will continue to 
offer quaUty educational programs and 
provide a very unique service to men 
and women preparing to serve our 
Lord. 




The Governing Board 

Dr. Harold Berk, Blissfield, MI 

Mr. Jerry Boyers, Executive Committee, 
Wauseon, OH 

Miss Pat Byall, Executive Committee, 
Fort Wayne, IN 

Mr. Ray Clendenan, Marlette, MI 

Mr. Brent L. Clifton, Executive 
Committee, Grabill, IN 

Mr. Francis A. Coy, Sun City West, AR 

Rev. Bob Fansler, Fort Wayne, IN 

Dr. Dale O. Ferrier, Executive Committee, 
Fort Wayne, IN 

Dr. Donald D. Gerig, Executive 
Committee, Fort Wayne, IN 

Rev. TUlman Habegger, Fort Wayne, IN 



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Paul A. Steiner 
Chairman of the Board 

of Summit Christian College 

Mr. N. Thomas Horton 11, Fort Wayne, IN 

Mr. Robert C. Julin, Farmington Hills, MI 

Mr. Foster Klopfenstein, Executive 
Committee, Grabill, IN 

Rev. John P. Moran, Executive 
Committee, Fort Wayne, IN 

Mr. Carl H. Muselman, Berne, IN 

Rev. Bruce Pearson, Hint, MI 

Mr. Gale Rickner, Jr., Executive 
Committee, Fort Wayne, IN 

Dr. Russell R. Rogers, Chicago, IL 

Mr. Paul A. Steiner, Executive Committee, 
Fort Wayne, IN 

Mr. John A. WUson, Archbold, OH 

Mr. Lawrence M. Whiteford, Manito, IL 



President's Advisory Council 

Mr. James Blum 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Michael Bodeker 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Thomas R. Gearhart 
Marion, Indiana 

Mr. DarreU Huntley 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. L. Craig Keoun 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. John King 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Randall Lehman 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Lee Melchi 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Michael Moseley 
New Haven, Indiana 



Alumni Advisory Board 

Rev. Richard Baxter 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Rev. Arlan Birkey 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Ms. Cathy DiUer 
Senior Class President 

Rev. Cyril Eicher 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Rev. Bill Gerig 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Ms. Joy Gerig 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. Dan Herr 
New Haven, Indiana 

Mr. Verlin Rice 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Ms. Evelyne Schmidt 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. C. WilUam Shady 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Rev. Steven Shaffer 
Archbold, Ohio 

Rev. Mark Vincent 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 



"PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE " 



Xt has been a tremendous en- 
couragement to see the many ways 
God has worked in the life of our 
institution over this past year. There 
have been times when, frankly, 
changes have been almost dizzying. I 
have watched events unfold that were 
sometimes planned and at other times 
simply took place in the sovereign 
goodness of our Lord. While our 
struggles are not over, especially 
financially, I am more confident than 
ever that this is a place God is 
choosing to bless and use in the work 
of His kingdom. 

The most visible change throughout 
this year, of course, has been our new 
name. What a delight to hear from so 
many of you, our supporters, express- 
ing your continued interest and 
excitement about Summit Christian 
College. We realized when we first 
started this project that not everyone 
would share enthusiasm about it. It 
has been heartwarming, however, to 
be pleasantly surprised at the high 
level of support and encouragement 
that has come our way during the 
process of the name change. We have 
also been gratified at the smooth way 
so many of the details surrounding 
that change have been cared for. Over 
and over again I have had the opportu- 
nity to re-state the mission of our 
College even as I have explained the 
name change decision. 

This has also been a year when 
significant changes have taken place 
on campus. Along with the comple- 
tion of the Activities Center there have 
been other improvements around 
campus to signal the beginning of 
something new. Parking lots have 
been expanded and re-surfaced; new 
lounge furniture has been gifted for 
our two main residence halls; new 
carpet and tile has been installed in the 
dining room; and air conditioning has 
been installed in the library. 

This has also been a year when 
financial support has been stronger 



than ever. As you will note elsewhere 
in this report, literally hundreds and 
hundreds of friends have made 
possible a record year of gift income. 
Virtually all of the necessary money 
for the construction of theActivities 
Center has been raised. We have 
received the challenge grant from the 
Merillat Foundation to not only meet 
our budget needs but hopefully begin 
to chip away at our accumulated debt. 
And we have had a number of specific 
gifts relating to facilities and equip- 
ment here at the College. It is tremen- 
dously encouraging to all of us here on 
campus when we realize the willing- 
ness of so many of you to invest 
significantly in the ministry of the 
kingdom through Summit Christian 
College. 




My burden continues to be the need 
both on and off campus to re-capture a 
vision of the excitement of ministry in 
God's kingdom. I have been praying 
that in our churches there will be a 
fresh surge of interest in Christian 
ministry among our young people and 
adults. On campus we face the 
challenge of seeing that every 
student recognizes how they fit into 
the important work God has put before 
us. Many of our students, of course, 
are preparing for vocational ministry. 



Others, however, will be used in a 
variety of ways, directly and indi- 
rectly, to be a part of kingdom work 
even though they may be in vocations 
which are not traditionally thought to 
be ministry. My goal is to see every 
one of our students leave with an 
understanding of the importance of 
using their lives for matters that count 
for an eternity. 

Thanks again to all of you who 
have made this year such a significant 
turning point in the life of our school. 
Please keep praying for spiritual 
vitality for our campus as well as 
academic excellence in our education. 
Be encouraged to continue giving so 
that the work of the College will not 
only be maintained but vigorously 
moved forward. And don't forget how 
important it is to encourage students to 
come to Summit Christian College 
where they can receive quality 
education in a spiritually dynamic 
atmosphere. 

Dr. Donald D. Gerig 
President 



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HEAD/HEART KNOWLEDGE 



"H( 



-ead-knowledge is useful, but 
unless it is sanctified by the Holy 
Spirit it can be the most dangerous 
thing in the world," said sparkling 
evangelist Vance Havner. (The Vance 
Havner Quote Book, Baker Book 
House, page 77) Summit Christian 
College is becoming the summit of 
Christian higher education by uniting 
the revelation and the Spirit of God 
with curricular and cocurricular 
experiences creating academic 
excellence. 

Undoubtedly every Christian 
college makes the same claim. How is 
this unique at Summit Christian 
CoUege? 

First, our College continues with 
the Bible college three-part curricu- 
lum. All students persist with a major 
of thirty credits in English, Bible and 
theology. Summit students will know 
the Bible when they are graduated! 
All smdents complete at least forty- 
two credits of general studies (liberal 
arts) under competent specialists. All 
students major in ministry and helping 
professions, including Christian 
Counseling, Christian Education, 
Management, Music, Pastoral Minis- 
tries, Teacher Education, and World 
Mission. 

Second, our faculty are all commit- 
ted Christians who present a Christian 
world view to their students. With 
this perspective, the "head-knowl- 
edge" of science, literature, education, 
language, or any other discipline is 
"sanctified" in the classroom. 

Third, our faculty and administra- 
tors are growing practitioners of their 
faith and academic disciplines. For 
example, Professors Biberstein, 
Steele, and Wesley Gerig serve local 
churches in addition to their campus 
responsibilities. Professors Steele, 
Scharfe, and Wesley Gerig have 
traveled internationally to teach and 
minister. Professor Weddle will be 



traveling to Africa in cooperation with 
a consortium of colleges to assist in 
the development of an international 
opportunity for practice teachers. Pro- 
fessor Joy Gerig spent her summer 
vacation at a spiritual retreat in 
Colorado. Dr. Jon Swanson was 
awarded a doctorate degree from The 
University of Texas at Austin. 

Fourth, Summit Christian College 
students continue to apply class theory 
to practical situations through the 
Christian Service department. All 
students must complete programs in 
six out of eight semesters. During the 
past year, among a flurry of activity, 
nearly eleven hundred Sunday school 
classes were taught, more than eight 
hundred children and youth clubs were 
lead, eighty-two persons were brought 
to Christ, and ninety-one decisions of 
commiunent were made. We worked 
with ninety-two churches and organi- 
zations and thirty-four denominations. 

Fifth, the college curriculum has 
been strengthened through the 
completion of an academic audit. We 
are grateful to the Lilly Foundation for 
funds to carry out this project. 




Sixth, we have been able to provide 
additional computers for student word 
processing and for computer assisted 
instruction. 

Seventh, with the completion of the 
activities center and the hiring of 
additional athletic staff, we anticipate 
a strong athletic program. On a week 
night in early August before an- 
nouncements had been made and 
students had returned to campus, 
thirty-five persons were using the 
machines in our weight training room! 

Finally, the academic schedule is 
being revised into a unique format for 
two purposes. First, we will be 
encouraging persons in vocational or 
lay ministry to update their knowledge 
and skills. Second, we will be 
revising courses and teaching styles to 
be more efficient and effective in 
serving our traditional students. 

Knowledge of God's Word and 
God's world, presented by a Spirit lead 
faculty, and applied by students 
hungry to serve the Master has 
become powerful, not dangerous. On 
that basis we are becoming the summit 
of Christian education for ministry. 

Richard P. Dugan, Ph.D. 
Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 



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DEVELOPMENT LEADS 
TO ADVANCEMENT 



he 1988-89 fiscal year has 
been one of growth, change and 
advancement at Summit Christian 
College. Not only has the College 
name changed, not only has our first 
capital campaign reached completion, 
and not only has a new Activities 
Center expanded our opportunities to 
serve students and friends, but also 
giving to the College has achieved 
new levels. We are thankful - to you 
our many partners and to our Lord 
who blesses our work on behalf of this 
educational ministry. 

FOUNDATIONS 

In fiscal 1988-89, the College bene- 
fitted from the Lilly Endowment 
"Dream of Distinction" grant. The 
distribution of that award facilitated 
the cash flow for the construction of 
the Activities Center, Other Lilly 
grants supported the audit of academic 
programs and the design and implem- 
entation of a computer managed tele- 
marketing system for our Admissions 
Office. 

ENDOWMENT 

Each College prospers as its 
endowments grow. The 1988-89 
fiscal year saw a major advance in 
endowment through the receipt of a 
$370,000 estate bequest. These funds 
became a keystone of the Eicher Chair 
in World Missions. Additional gifts 
and commitments have advanced this 
chair to within $15,000 of its full 
funding: $450,000. In addition, the 
College designated 30% of each 
undirected bequest to general fund 
endowment. In this way more than 
$30,000 has been added to that en- 
dowment. 

ANNUAL FUND 
The life blood of any College is 
annual fund gifts. These gifts, large 
and small, from many friends, 
churches and businesses enable the 
College to continue operation, provide 
services, offer scholarships, support 



programs, and pay salaries. Though 
these gifts range from $5 to $50,000, 
each gift, each partner is important. 

For another year, the annual fund 
advanced at Summit Christian College. 
Unrestricted gifts totaled $741,218. . . 
Combined with restricted gifts of 
$1,445,687, total giving to the College 
exceeded $2,186,900. . . a new 
record! 

In small colleges, it costs between 
$25 and $40 of budget dollars to raise 
$1 in gifts. At Summit this past year, 
our budget expenses of $305,225 
indicated a cost of $. 14 to raise $ 1 . 
We believe this demonstrates partner- 
ship, efficiency, and stewardship. 

Direct mail is a significant source 
of gifts. Our mailing list consists of 
over 8,000 names. In fiscal 1988-89, 
$156,049 was raised through timely 
mail contacts with donors. Our data 
suggests that for each $1 the College 
invested in direct mail, it received in 
excess of $14 in gifts. This record 
speaks strongly of the partnership with 
donors. 

A CHALLENGE 

Late in fiscal 1988-89, the Merillat 
Family Foundation made a $250,000 
challenge grant to annual fund. For 
each $2 raised by the College, the 
grant would add an additional dollar. 
In May and June, gifts to the College 
exceeded $132,000 and the first 
$50,000 was released. Our goal is to 
complete this challenge with some 
$400,000 in annual fund gifts by 
December 31, 1989. 

ENROLLMENT 

Summit Christian College exists to 
educate students for careers of 
ministry and service. The turn around 
in enrollment which began in 1986-87 
strengthened further in 1988-89. Fall 
term head count was 371 vs. 356 a 
4.2% increase. Spring term head 



count was 356 vs 326 (1988). Effec- 
tive management, computer managed 
mailings, publications, advertising, 
and significant personal contact made 
this growth possible. 




Dr. Donald Gerig (I) and Dr. David Lalka 



CAPITAL CAMPAIGN 

Walking through the completed 
Activities Center fulfills a dream. It is 
an asset to serve our campus, commu- 
nity, and constituency. The WBCL 
facility, new landscaped parking areas, 
and improved campus image, show 
that Summit Christian College is 
strong to meet the challenge of 
education. Yet, as one campaign 
concludes, the ground work for a 
Centennial Campaign is underway. 
Partnership achieved success, and it 
bodes success for our next venture. 

In conclusion, the partnership of 
foundations, businesses, churches, 
alumni, and friends make possible the 
fiscal success of Summit Christian 
College. 1988-89 has been a year of 
advance, a year of excitement Our 
partnership with each constituent is 
valued. 

David G. Lalka, Ph.D. 
Vice President for Development 



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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW 



hough the operating fund 
results for the fiscal year ended June 
30, 1989 were not as good as we had 
hoped for, they did improve over 
previous years. Tuition income was 
very close to budget, but several 
expenditure areas were higher than 
projected. 

With the support from a large 
matching gift to the operating fund 
and continued tight control over 
spending, we have a very reaUstic 
prospect of finishing the current fiscal 
year with a small surplus. This would 
be the first year concluded with an 
operating fund surplus in over five 
years. This anticipated surplus will 
allow us to make at least a small dent 
in our debt load. 

The College has a much improved 
net worth due to receipt of the gifts 
toward construction costs of our new 
Activities Center. In spite of operat- 
ing fund deficits, the combined fund 
balances show a $918,000 improve- 
ment as compared to the balances at 
July 1,1988. 

This has been a very busy year for 
the Business Affairs Office due to a 



number of major projects that were 
underway during the year. First and 
foremost was the oversight of con- 
struction of the new Activities Center 
~ the first new major facility built to 
serve campus needs in eighteen years. 
The Activities Center is an outstand- 
ing campus addition and will provide 
for athletic, spiritual, educational and 
recreational needs of students and 
other constituencies. Open house and 
dedication of this facility took place 
on Sept. 21st and 23rd. All but a few 
minor finishing touches were com- 
pleted by June 30th. 

At the January meeting of the Gov- 
erning Board, approval was given to 
sell several pieces of residential real 
estate and to use the funds realized 
from the sales to finance a number of 
necessary projects. To date, half of 
these properties have been sold and 
numerous maintenance and redecorat- 
ing projects started ~ most of which 
have been put off much longer than 
they should have been. The largest 
single project completed was a resur- 
facing of nearly all the parking lots 
and drives on campus. Another was 
the redecorating of Schultz and 
Lexington lounges and the dining hall 
in Founders. 



Thanks to the gifts of several con- 
tributors, (including a large, in-kind 
gift of labor from a local contractor) 
central air conditioning has been 
installed in the library. Air condition- 
ing of this facility has been needed 
and planned for since the building was 
built in 1960 and wiU much improve 
the study environment and preserva- 
tion of the book collection. 

Much remains to be done to restore 
our College and campus to the debt 
free, first-class condition the Govern- 
ing Board, administration, faculty, 
staff, students and other constituencies 
desire. But we believe some major 
"first-steps" were taken toward that 
end this past year. The completion of 
the Activities Center and initiation of 
other redecorating and renovation 
work have significantly improved the 
appearance of the campus and boosted 
morale considerably. And we all 
believe the Lord still has a most 
important job for us to do here - 
whether under the old Fort Wayne 
Bible College banner or under our 
new Summit Christian College banner. 

Terry L. Emrick 
Vice President for Business Affairs 



COMMUNITY SPIRIT 



' ife together at Summit Chris- 
tian College has been given emphasis 
throughout the school year. Resident 
assistants spent time discussing what 
community is all about and how 
community is maintained. Students 
living in the residence halls agreed upon 
goals for their hall and wing in order to 
estabUsh community. Off campus 
students, married students and resident 
students met periodically in separate 
groups for chapel to share their unique 
but common group identity. 

The Semester Abroad Team started 
spring semester chapels by sharing 
many exploits, lessons learned and 
witnessing opportunities while in 
Brazil. 

The Contemporary Issues Series 

covered three topics this year. The 

series on the New Age movement 
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challenged and enlightened faculty, 
staff and students. The faces of AIDS, 
the facts of AIDS and the Christian 
response to AIDS was the second infor- 
mative series presented to the College 
community. Concluding the series was 
the subject of divorce and remarriage. 

Campus displays and flyers describ- 
ing contributions black men and women 
have made was informative and 
appreciated during Black History 
Week. Our spiritual emphasis speaker 
during this week was a dynamic black 
pastor. Rev. Raleigh Washington.He is 
pastor of a Chicago church which is 
part of Circle Urban Ministries. 

Throughout the school year over 190 
self-assessment instruments were 
interpreted for students. Personal inter- 
pretations have helped students 



understand how they manage stress, 
evaluate their initiative and energy 
level, gain interpersonal awareness, 
identify personal motivation and 
clarify personality insights. 

Friendliness was freely demon- 
strated in our College community. 
One element that holds this commu- 
nity together is the desire on different 
levels to experience the acceptance, 
love, support, encouragement, honesty 
and involvement that a Christian 
community affords. Even though the 
end of a year of studying is a wel- 
comed time, it also can be very 
difficult to leave supporting relation- 
ships that have been developed 
throughout the school year. 

Sharon Mejeur 
Former Dean of Students 



WBCL . . . THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW! 



The major topic behind the closed door when the WBCL Management Team gets together is usually "improvement". 
How can the air quality, personal contact with listeners, and program content be improved? 

A pictoral review will update you on some of those recent improvements. 





NEW GENERATOR TO GUARANTEE LESS "DOWN" TIME. 

Our dream for many years has come true! WBCL now owns a generator 
which will keep us on the air when storms, clowned electrical poles, or 
other problems disrupt the electrical service to the transmitter. WBCL's 
Operations Manager, Jeff Carlson deserves much praise for his hard 
work in researching, ordering and supervising the installation of this 
valuable piece of equipment. 



NEW VOICE AT WBCL. Anew voice at WBCL during P.M. PRAISE 
is that of Eric Foley. Pictured here, (1) Scott Tsuleff (Host of Travelin' 
Home) and Eric work on a studio project. 

To win an official P.M. PRAISE cup, listen to Eric each weekday 
evening from 6-9 p.m. He has the questions, and to win, all you need are 
the answers! 





NEW INVOLVEMENT WITH KIDS. In addition to greeting 
adult listeners at the WBCL booth during Berne Swiss Days, the 
entire WBCL Staff participated in the Kids' Parade. WBCL Staff 
members Jim Stanley, Scott Tsuleff, Marsha Sappenfield, and 
Marsha Bunker pass out "I Love WBCL" candies to the children 
along the parade route. 




ADDITIONAL NEWS REPORT EACH WEEKDAY. Jim Stanley Q) 
and Phil Shaull are committed to bringing WBCL listeners the best possible 
local and national news coverage. But time is limited for research and update 
on issues that are important to the Christian community of today. 

Therefore, on September 2, WBCL began airing each noon-hoiir, FAM- 
ILY NEWS IN FOCUS — fifteen minutes daily of pertinent information on 
current issues. 

We are pleased that FAMILY NEWS IN FOCUS and THE REST OF 
THE NEWS (five minutes aired three times daily) will bring a balance in 
perspective to the more secular reporting of AP news. 



NEW COMPUTERIZATION OF MUSIC LIBRARY. 

Office staff, Marsha Sappenfield (standing) and Doris Billiard, answer many calls per month from listen- 
ers who are requesting information on a song they've heard on the air. Currently, locating that song, or artist, 
or album can be a difficult chore. 

But now, that task will be easier with the computerization of all songs in the Hbr ary . Over 2,0(X) hours 
have gone into the almost completed project of listening to every song in the library, categorizing it and 
entering the information into the computer . 

No more thumbing through the racks, album by album, ladies! 



An Overview by 
Char Binkley, General Manager 

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*' Summit Christian College acknowledges our friends, who have graciously given of their 
time and resources during the fiscal year July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989" 



ESTATE GIFTS 



Bertina Bley Estate 

Fort Wayne National Bank 



Ferdinand L. Freimuth Estate 
Aili A. Komula Estate 
Luella Kratzer Estate 



Pearl L. Moser Endowment 
Edna A. Neuenschwander Estate 
Letha Pape Estate 



Lowell C. Reinhart Estate 
Bertha C. Weber Estate 



WBCL GIFTS 

God has richly blessed the ministry of WBCL during the 1988-89 fiscal year! Sincere thanks to the thou- 
sands of WBCL listeners who have made Christian broadcasting a priority. Your generous gifts have greatly 
contributed to WBCL's operating budget and on going ministry! 



Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brandenberger 



PRESIDENTS 20I5*S 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nussbaum Dr. and Mrs. Robert Scheldt 



Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ernst 



AMBASSADOR CORPS 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. BUly G. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Artoux 

Mrs. MarceUa Balsiger 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Barrick 

Rev. and Mrs. David D. Biberstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Binkley 

Mr. and Mrs. Arlan J. Biikey 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell D. Biikey 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Biikey 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Biikey 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Biikey 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan J. Bishc^ 

Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Bixler 

Rev. and Mrs. Virgil N. Bixler 

Mr. and Mrs. Nonis G. Blocker 

Mrs. Vera Bloom 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BoUnger 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam F. Bomer 

Dr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Bostrom 

Mrs. Jean M. Bower 

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brandenberger 

Dr. and Mrs. David C. Brown 

Rev. and Mrs. Lowell E. Burrus 

Miss Patricia M. ByaU 

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Byers 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Carey 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Camahan 

Caskeys, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Cherrie 

City Tool & Die, Inc. 

Mr. Richard E. Clark 

Mrs. Faye Clauser 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Qendenan 

Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Clifton 

Mr. Gaylord L. Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Cooley 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Cornell 

Mr. Keith D. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. DeAmiond 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Mark Ddster 

Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn D. DeLancey 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deneve 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard P. Dugan 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Egly 
Dr. and Mrs. Wendell P. Eicher 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Eloranta 
Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Emst 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Eubank 
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Fansler 
Dr. and Mrs. Dale O. Ferrier 
Miss Helen Fetter 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Foley 
Mrs. Helen Foote 
Mr. and Mrs. Rex G. Forbes 
Mrs. EUa Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. French 
Mr. and Mrs. Judson W. George 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Gerber 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Gerig 
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald I. Gerig 
Dr. Ira A. Gerig 
Dr. and Mrs. Jared F. Gerig 
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley L. Gerig 
Rev. and Mrs. William D. Gerig 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Geyer 
Mr. and Mrs. Ortcai C. Gilpin 
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Goldsmith 
Mr. and Mrs. Ked Graber 
Mr. Melvin L. GuiUaume 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Guth 
Rev. Tillman Habegger 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. HamUtcMi 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Haney 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heidelberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Heindel 
Dr. and Mrs. Grant C. Hoatson 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodgin 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horvath 
Rev. and Mrs. WUton H. Hull 
Mr. and Mrs. Loris Jacobs 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Jewett 
Mrs. Highla Ellen Kiessling 
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Kletzing 
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Klopfenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Klopfenstein 



Dr. and Mrs. David G. Lalka 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Laymon 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lenardson 

Dr. and Mrs. E. Stanley Leonard 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert D. Lochner 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Longcor 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard M. Luginbill 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Martin 

Anonymous 

Mr. Ralph D. McNeal 

Mrs. Grace McVay 

Mr. and Mrs. John McVittie 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Meek 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Messick 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Meyer 

Mrs. Louise A. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. MiUer 

Dr. and Mrs. John P. Moran 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle D. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Muselman 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Muselman 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Myers 

Mrs. Janis Nahler 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Neuenschwander 

Dr. and Mrs. Ted D. Nickel 

Mr. and Mrs. Gale Nidlinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Gaiy E. Nussbaum 

Mr. Frederick J. Pfeiffer 

Mr. and Mrs. DeVon A. PhiUips 

Mrs. Joan Pichon 

Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Pooiman 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Poorman 

Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Rice 

Dr. and Mrs. Norval S. Rich 

Mr, and Mrs. Gale Rickner 

Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ringenberg 

Rev. and Mrs. Roger W. Ringenberg 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul D. Robbins 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Roth 

J. H. Routh Packing Company 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Ruegsegger 



Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Rupp 
Mr. and Mrs. Erie J. Sauder 
Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Scharfe 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Scheldt 
Miss Lorene Schindler 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. SchoU 
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C. SchoU 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schumacher 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Shaw 
Miss Hazel Shoup 
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Sprunger 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Sprunger 
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sprunger 
Rev. and Mrs. Lyle F. Steiner 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Steiner 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Steiner 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve L. Stroup 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tiemon 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Tolbert 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Updegrove 
Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Vincent 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence VonGunten 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wanner 
Anonymous 

Rev. and Mrs. Max D. Wanner 
Dr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Warner 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Watson 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wenter 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. White 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whiteford 
Rev. and Mrs. William L. Whiteman 
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell W. Whitman 
Mr. and Mrs. Leamon D. WiUiams 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Worman 
Mr. and Mr. Lee I. Yoder 
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Zehr 
Rev. Mary E. Zodc 



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HARVESTER CLUB 



Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Abbott 

Mr. and Mrs. Delno C. Abnet 

Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Abnet 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Kerry L. Adams 

Mr.a nd Mrs. charles E. Allison 

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Altenburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Amstulz 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton H. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Amstutz 

Mrs. E. Angalene Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Amstutz 

Miss Gwendolyn J. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Steven Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Amstutz 

Rev. and Mrs. Max W. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon C. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Gerald Anderson 

Mrs. Margie Andrews 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Nick Armstrong 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Amholt 

Mr. Morgan J. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Balsiger 

Mr. Von L. Balsiger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Basting 

Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Baughman 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane J. Baughman 

Mrs. Rose E. Bauman 

Mr. and Mrs. Bemard Baumgartner 

Mr.s Horence Bauseman 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard H. Baxter 

Miss Carol E. Beerbower 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Beeiy 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Beitler 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Beitler 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Belknap 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Bell 

Mr. Lewis S. Bennett 

Mrs. Veda Ruth Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Berryman 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bertsche 

Rev. and Mrs. James E. Bertsche 

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Biberstein 

Rev. and Mrs. David L. Binkley 

Mr. Merlin R. Birky 

Mr. and Mrs. Rdjert W. Birky 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Bishop 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bishton 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil W. Bixler 

Miss Georgia A. Black 

Mrs. Gladys Blackbum 

Mr. Arthur Blackmore 

Rev. and Mrs. Jerry J. Blanchard 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Bland 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Blocher 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Blocker 

Miss Bemice Blore 

Mrs. LiUie Bodine 

Miss Helen W. Boehm 

Mrs. Geneva E. Bdiler 

Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey L. Boise 

Mr. Alexander Bojrab 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Bomer 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Bowers 

Rev. and Mrs. William Bowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Bowman 

Mrs. Mildred D. Boyers 

Mrs. Blanche E. Bradford 

Mrs. Mildred Brand 

Mrs. Lois H. Brandenburg 



Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bransteter 

Mr. and Mn. OrvUle J. Bremer 

Rev. and Mrs. Wayne H. Brenneman 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Bresnahan 

Mr. James R. Brian 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Brown 

Mrs. Phyllis A. Brubaker 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bruner 

Miss Wava Bueschlen 

Mr. and Mn. Byron K. Bunker 

Rev. and Mrs. Daniel A. Burkey 

Miss Agnes Burley 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Burley 

Rev. and Mrs. Warren W. Bums 

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Bums 

Rev. and Mrs. Mark A. Burritt 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burry 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie L. Bush 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Bushkill 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Byer 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Leroy Caddy 

Mrs. Charlotte E. Carey 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Carlson 

Miss Dolores Y. Carpenter 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cavender 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Chapman 

Rev. and Mrs. John N. Charles 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Clapp 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Clauser 

Rev. and Mrs. Burley N. Qay 

Mr. and Mrs. Rcmald D. Cleven 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Clifton 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Clinger 

Mr. and Mrs. William Coblentz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cole 

Mr. and Mrs. Donovan C. Conrad 

Miss Eunice J. Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth E. Conrad 

Ms. Pamela R. Cook 

Miss Barbara L. Coon 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Coon 

Mr. and Mrs. Bemard Co<^r 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan L. Coulter 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Craig 

Rev. and Mrs. Jerry D. Cramer 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawfis 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Crockett 

Mr. Ray E. Cross 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Curley 

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Damron 

Miss Phyllis E. Davis 

Ms. Norma R. DeLancey 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. DeLong 

Mr. and Mrs. Al Deneve 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. DeSelm 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dettmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dick 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Diehl 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Dodge 

Rev. and Mrs. Arnold N. Doi 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dorman 

Mrs. Robert E. Double 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Drake 

Mr. and Mrs. Jewel E. Duke 

Anonymous 

Miss Vikki L. Eady 

Mr. and Mrs. Hennan R. Ebersole 

Mr. Walter R. Edgar 

Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ehle 

Miss Edith Ehlke 

Mrs. Ernest F. Ehresman 

Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Ehresman 



Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ehresman 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard K. Ehresman 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Ehrsam 

Rev. and Mrs. Cyril H. Eicher 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Eicher 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Eicher 

Mrs. Ramona J. Eicher 

Rev. and Mrs. Rueben B. Eicher 

Miss Barbara Eloranta 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul Erdel 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Erdel 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eskew 

Dr. and Mrs. Quinton J. Everest 

Miss Marlene Everson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fahl 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Falb 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Farran 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Fegley 

Mr. and Mrs. Forest C. Felger 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlow R. Fletcher 

Anonymous 

Miss Shirley G. Force 

Mrs. Evelyn F. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Forss 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Kent D. Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle D. Franz 

Mrs. Mary Aim Frater 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fruechtenicht 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Fry 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerald P. Fry 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Fuhrmann 

Mr. and Mrs. Enlo J. Gaff 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Gamble 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardenour 

Mrs. Helen E. Gase 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gasldll 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Geldien 

Mrs. Evelyn R. Gentis 

Mr. and Mrs. Garri L. George 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gerard 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Gerber 

Miss Elda E. Gerber 

Miss Prudence Gerber 

Mr. and Mrs. Abner F. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Ardon B. Gerig 

Rev. and Mrs. Qarence R. Gerig 

Rev. and Mrs. Dale E. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell L. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Emerald D. Gerig 

Mrs. Garnet E. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gerig 

Miss Joy M. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Gerig 

Miss Ella Gemhardt 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Getz 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Gilpin 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Gilpin 

Miss Terveer Ginter 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Golden 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Goldner 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson F. Gould 

Mr. William H. Gouty 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul B. Grabill 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Grabill 

Mr. Phillip R. Grant 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Gratz 

Mr, and Mrs. Herbert C. GriJe 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeny L. Grimes 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Grogg 



Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Guy 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Habegger 

Mrs. Ocie Habegger 

Mr. and Mrs. Orval J. Habegger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Habegger 

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Habcrkamp 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Haddix 

Mrs. Mildred M. Hakes 

Miss Velma J. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Hamm 

Mrs. Doris P. Hamm 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hamrick 

Mr. and Mrs. George Hara 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hara 

Mrs. Ruth Harding 

Rev. and Mrs. D. Raymond Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Tt d E. Harter 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hartley 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Hartman 

Mr. WUliam L. Hartman 

Rev. and Mrs. Matthew E. HartseU 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Hatfield 

Mrs. Ada Hausser 

Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Hawkins 

Mrs. Blanche R. Haycock 

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hayes 

Mrs. Elizabeth Heath 

Miss Edna I. Heaton 

Miss Glenda J. Hebblethwaite 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Heffner 

Mrs. Lynda J. Heidelberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren N. Heiser 

Miss Nancy L. Helm 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Helsel 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Herman 

Mr. and Mrs. Cari Hess 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hicks 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Highley 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. HiUenburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hillman 

Miss Arvilla Hirschy 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirschy 

Miss Ida Hirschy 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hoagland 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Hodge 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Hoffman 

Miss Miriam M. Hoffman 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren Hoffman 

Miss Mary Hoke 

Miss EUa G. Holdeman 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Thomas Horton 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian D. Houtz 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howey 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Hoyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Huber 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Harrison HuU 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. HuU 

Miss Blanche G. Humbert 

Dr. and Mrs. Harry L Hyde 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Inniger 

Miss AdeUe Isaac 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Isnogle 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Jacobs 

Mrs. Louise E. Jacoby 

Mrs. Mildred John 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Johnson 

Mrs. Magdalena Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymen B. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Jones 

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Mr. Terry D. Jones 

Mr. Albert L. Kanarr 

Mrs. Pearl V. Keefer 

Miss Margaret J. Kerby 

Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Kessler 

Mr. and Mrs. Forest C. Kientz 

Mr. Herbert G. Kiessling 

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitl Kiester 

Mrs. Barbara N. King 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kissel 

Rev. and Mrs. J. Mark Klinepeter 

Rev. and Mrs. Don W. Klopfenstein 

Rev. and Mrs. Hoyd Klotzbach 

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Kneuss 

Mrs. Lillian Krdm 

Mrs. Norman W. Kunkel 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Lantz 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lantz 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lawrason 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Lay 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Laymon 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Lee 

Ms. Shirley A. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. BerdeU Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Claren Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeny L. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. LeweUyn Lehman 

Rev. Sylvan S. Lehman 

Mr. Wilmer E. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Leightner 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lengerich 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Lengerich 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lichtenberger 

Mrs. Dessie Liechty 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Liechty 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Liechty 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Light 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Litwiller 

Rev. and Mrs. G. Michael Livingston 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Livingston 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lobsiger 

Mrs. Dora Lombard 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul W. Loucks 

Miss Ehzabeth A. Louks 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Lubbers 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Lude 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. LuginbDl 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. LuginbiU 

Miss Ruby J. Lundgren 

Mrs. Wilbur A. Luth 

Miss Donna M. Lutton 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Mabee 

Mrs. Naomi E. Macy 

Mrs. Lois Maggart 

Miss Elizabeth A. Mainhood 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Malone 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Mann 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Marker 

Mr. Jay B. Marquart 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Donald Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Mason 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul E. Mast 

Rev. and Mrs. Marie D. Masterson 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard G. Mathew 

Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Mattax 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Mattem 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Maurer 

Miss Nancy L. McCune 

Anonymous 

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Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mclntire 

Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. McKnight 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. McKuhen 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. McMahan 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. McNiece 

Dr. and Mrs. David A. Meek 

Miss PhyUis J. Meier 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meisenheimer 

Miss Mary E. Mengel 

Mr. and Mrs. V. Edward MeriUat 

Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Merriman 

Mrs. Gladys K. Merriman 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Messick 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Michaels 

Mr. and Mrs. Chelsey C. MLUer 

Mr. Donald C. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. MiUer 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Miller 

Rev. and Mrs. Fred MiUikan 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren MiUikan 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. Brice L. Minger 

Mr. and Mrs. Loris L. Minger 

Mrs. Berteen Minnich 

Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore 

Mrs. Paul Morehead 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Morgan 

Mr. and Mrs. Amos E. Moser 

Miss Dorothy J. Moser 

Mr. Duane A. Moser 

Miss Earlene J. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Moser 

Mrs. Linda Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren D. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle D. Moser 

Mrs. Geneva G. Motz 

Mrs. Lula V. Murphy 

Mr. John A. Musehnan 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Myers 

Mrs. Dorothy L. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Myers 

Mr. and Mr. Roland A. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUard H. Naas 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Nantz 

Rev. and Mrs. George W. Nantz 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nayrocker 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Nearhood 

Mr .& Mrs. Edward Neuenschwander 

Mr. & Mrs. LeOrace Neuenschwander 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Neuenschwander 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert Neuenschwander 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Nickel 

Miss Janet E. Nickel 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nidlinger 

Ms. Margaret A. Norman 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Now 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Nussbaum 

Mrs. Kathryn Nussbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Kip A. Nussbaum 

Rev. and Mrs. Milo D. Nussbaum 

Miss Terri L. Opper 

Rev. and Mrs. Gary W. Oser 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Outcalt 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Overholser 

Mr. and Mrs. Glerm A. Oyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Parker 

Mrs. Esther A. Paricer 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Parrish 

Mr. Earl H. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peck 

Mrs. Jeanne F. Pehs 

Miss Amy D. PhiUips 

Mr. Ralph L. Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pitzer 

Rev. and Mrs. Albert E. Platte 

Dr. and Mrs. Jay D. Platte 

Anonymous 

Mrs. Carol Ponchot 

Miss Hazel Poorman 

Mrs. LucUe F. Popp 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pottschmidt 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Prahl 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Pritchard 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Proctor 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Proctor 

Mrs. Raymond Rakestraw 

Rev. and Mrs. Roy D. Ramseyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Rector 

Anonymous 

Miss Frieda V. Rediger 

Mrs. Kathryn I. Reimer 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Renner 

Mr. Wayne Reusser 

Rev. and Mrs. Edison D. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Reynolds 

Mr. Phil L. Richard 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riegel 

Ms. Carrie E. Rife 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Rife 
Miss Dorcas E. Ringenberg 

Mrs. Edna Ringenberg 

Mrs. Edna G. Ringenberg 

Rev. and Mrs. Gary D. Ringenberg 

Rev. and Mrs. Loyal R. Ringenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Ringenberg 

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Ringenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Rodebaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Rodocker 

Mr. and Mrs. Irvine E. Ross 

Miss Qeo K. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. E. David Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. EUis C. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. Hazen C. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben E. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. Qarence E. Rowell 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Ruberg 

Miss Edythe W. Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. Keith J. Rupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Rupp 

Mrs. Melba Rusher 

Rev. and Mrs. Calvin J. Rychener 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph Rychener 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Saddington 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Sanders 

Miss Inez R. Sassaman 

Miss La Vera M. Sauder 

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph J. Scantlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Kerry A. Schameloh 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Schantz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Schatzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Scheiderer 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Schierling 

Rev. and Mrs. Waldo Schindler 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schindler 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Schindler 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schladenhauffen 

Miss Fanny A. SchmaUenberger 



Miss Evelyne R. Schmidt 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle W. Schmidt 

Mr. Jacob A. Schrock 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schultz 

Mrs. Earl F. Schumacher 

Miss Gladys I. Schumacher 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schumacher 

Rev. and Mrs. Gordcm H. Schwab 

Mrs. Hazel R. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schweighart 

Rev. and Mrs. Edgar J. Shady 

Mr. and Mrs. Manford M. Shank 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sharp 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Sharp 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Shaw 

Rev. and Mrs. Roger C. Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Vemon F. Sherman 

Anonymous 

Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Shisler 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shoaf 

Mrs. Olive Shoaf 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shoemaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Shook 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Shough 

Miss Kathy J. Showalter 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Shrake 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Siktberg 

Miss Ruth E. Silvers 

Rev. and Mrs. Victor D. Simes 

Mrs. Joanne S. Sistrunk 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Skinner 

Mr. and Mrs. Brad L. Smith 

Miss Ethel L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordc« B. Smith 

Miss Margaret L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Nason F. Smith 

Mr. Paul H. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Smith 

Rev. and Mrs. Joseph B. Snider 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon L. Soldner 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis P. Sommer 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Spade 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Springer 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Spranger 

Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Spmnger 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Spmnger 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Spmnger 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Spmnger 

Miss Jama M. Spmnger 

Miss Jeanette W. Sprunger 

Mrs. Joyce W. Sprunger 

Miss Kae Linnet Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. LaVeme Spranger 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy K. Spranger 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren G. Spranger 

Miss Miriam I. Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. Royle L. Spmnger 

Mr. and Mrs. Tillman W. Spmnger 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Sprunger 

Mr. Wayne W. Sprunger 

Mr. William A. Stabler 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Stair 

Mr. Richard F. Stedcke 

Mrs. Barbara Sterner 

Rev. and Mrs. Clayton D. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. J<An A. Steiner 

Mrs. Marquerite Steiner 

Rev. and Mrs. Timothy J. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Dee G. Steininger 

Miss Esther K. Steiimian 



Harvester Club cont. 



Mr. and Mrs. Clinton D. Steury 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. Steury 
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Steury 
Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Steury 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Stevens 
Mr. and Mrs. Orvie A. Stim 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stiverson 
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stokes 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stout 
Miss Sonja S. Strahm 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Stuckey 
Miss Qara Lou Stucky 
Mr. John G. Stucky 
Miss Mary M. Stucky 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. SureUe 
Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Swartz 
Mrs. Everett T. Swinehearl 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Tate 
Rev. and Mrs. Edwin R. Terui 



Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Thatcher 

Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Thoiyk 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos H. Tiemon 

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Toland 

Mrs. Vera E. Toyias 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Ummel 

Mr. and Mrs. David Unkefer 

Mr. Floyd Updegrove 

Spc. and Mrs. Robert J. Vale 

Mrs. Catherine VanZHe 

Mr. Homer D. Voght 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. VonGunten 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. VonGunten 

Mr. and Mrs. Kent L. VonGunten 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. VonGunten 

Mr. and Mrs.' Timothy E. Wagley 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Wagner 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Walters 

Ms. Sandra L. Warmer 



Mr. Marcus W. Warner 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G. Warstler 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Waters 

Mr. and Mrs. Buckley F. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Weber 

Dr. Alice Joy Weddle 

Mrs. AUce Welty 

Rev. and Mrs. Herald J. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Wenger 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wenger 

Mr. and Mrs. WHmer L. Wemer 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Wheeler 

Mrs. Rosemary K. Wiederkehr 

Mrs. Anne G. Wiener 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. WLIsoti 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Wilson 

Mrs. Louise M. Winn 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Winzeler 
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Wolford 
Wren United Methodist Church 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Wright 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob L. Wurster 
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Wyckoff 
Miss Linda L. Yager 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yerks 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Yoder 
Mrs. Qorinda E. Yoder 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Yoder 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Yoder 
Mrs. Marceil J. Zehr 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton L. Ziegenfus 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Zimmerman 
Mr. and Mrs. George A. 2immerman 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Zimmeraian 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Zintsmaster 
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Zuercher 



CORPORATE FRIENDS 



A Jay Farm 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. 
Amcast Industrial Foundation 
American United Life Insurance 
Amoco Foundation, Inc. 
Arrow Services, Inc. 
Associated Colleges of Indiana 
AT &T Company 
Auto Collision Service 
Balsiger Motor Sales 
Berco, Inc. 
Bertina Bley Estate 
BP America, Inc. 
D. J. Brandenberger Fund, Inc. 
Bridgedale Terrace Apartments 
Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Co. 
Bums Wedding Service 
C.F.C. Distributors 
Campbell's Soup Company 
Caterpillar Foundation 
Chrysler Corporation Fund 
Olive B. Cole Foundation, Inc. 
Consumers Power Company 
Cornerstone Construction 
Dana Corporation Foundation 
Deister Machine Company 
Dow Chemical Company 
Eagle-Picher Plastics Division 
Econo Manufacturing Company 



Aboile MissicMiary Church 
Aboite United Methodist Church 
AUentown Missionary Church 
Avalon Missionary Church 
Bates Missionary Church 
Bethany Missionary Church 
Bethel Missionary, Culbertson, IN 
Bethel Missionary, Goshen, IN 
Bethel Missionary, Xenia, OH 
Beulah Missionary Church 
Bible Baptist Church, Ft. Wayne, IN 
Brenneman Memorial Missionary 
Brookside Evangelical Missionary 
Brown City Missionary Church 
Bureau Township Community 
Calvary Evangelical Church 
Cass City Missionary Church 
Central Menncwiite Church 
Christian & Praise & Fellowship 
Colonial Woods Missionary Church 
Community Church of Greenwood 



Eli lilly & Company 

English Bonter Mitchell Foundation 

Environmental Technology 

Essex Group, Inc. 

First Bank System 

Foellinger Foundation 

Ford Motor Company 

Blanche I. Foreman Estate 

Fort Wayne National Bank 

Frame Service, Inc. 

Ferdinand L. Freimuth Estate 

G & H Fertilizer Sales, Inc. 

GenCorp Foundaticai, Inc. 

General Electric Foundaticm 

Golmer Construction 

Grabill Bank 

GrabiU Cabinet Company, Inc. 

GTE Service Coiporation 

Harmony Lodge No. 19 lOOF 

Hercules Incorporated 

Hillside Missionary Church MYF 

Huntington College 

International Business Machines Corp. 

Irmscher & Sons, Inc. 

m Corporation 

J. K. WHnson Real Estate, Inc. 

Jones Radio & TV Service 

Joumal-Gazette Foundation, Inc. 

K-mart Corporation 



Kellogg Company 

Luella Kratzer Estate 

Lilly Endowment, Inc. 

Lincoln National Corporation 

M & M Sales 

M & R Pizza of Bluffton, IN, Inc. 

Magnavox 

McCampbell Enterprises 

McMillen Foundation, Inc. 

O D & R A MeriHat Foundation 

Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. 

MoeUering Construction Co., Inc. 

Montgomery Ward Foundation 

Pearl Moser Endowment 

Moss Engineering Corporation 

Motorola Foundation 

Myers Plumbing Heating & Air 

National Assoc, of Evangelicals 

National City Bank 

Nationwide Foundaticm 

The Navigators 

NBD Bancorp 

NCR Foundation 

Norfolk Southern Foundation 

North American Philips Corp. 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insur. Co. 

Letha Pape Estate 

Phelps Dodge Foundation 

Poorman's Heating & Air Cond. 



CHURCH FRIENDS 



Community Missicmary Church 
Davison Missionary Church 
Decatur Missionary Church 
Defiance Area Youth for Christ 
Dunfee Missionary Church 
Elkton Missionary Church 
Emmanuel MissicMiary Church 
Emmett St Missionary Church 
Evangelical Mennonite, Archbold, OH 
Fairfield Missicmaiy Church 
Fairview Missionary Church 
Faith Missionary, Dayton, OH 
Faith Missicmary, East York, PA 
Faith Missionary, Indianapolis, IN 
Faith Missionary Church, Lima, OH 
Faith Missionary Fellowship, 

Martinsville, IN 
Faith Missionary, St Petersburg, FL 
Fellowship Missionary Church 
First Christian Union Church 
First Missionary Church, Beme, IN 



First Missionary Church, Qyde, OH 
First Missionary, Ft Wayne, IN 
First Missionary Church, Lima, OH 
First Missicmary Church, Niles, MI 
First Missionary Church, Ponriac, MI 
First Missionary, St. Petersburg, FL 
Five Points Community Church 
Forestbrook Missionary Church 
Gospel Center Missionary Church 
Grabill Missionary Church 
Grace Bible Church 
Grace Community Church 
Grace Evangelical Mennonite Church 
Grace Missionary Church 
Granger Missicmary Church 
Groveland Missionary Church 
Harvester Avenue Missionary 
Haven CcHiununity Church 
Hillside Chapel Missionary Church 
Hillside Missionary Church 
Jews for Jesus 



Precision Litho, Inc. 

Prudential Foundation 

Quantum Chemical Corporation 

Ralston Purina Company 

Lowell C. Reinhart Estate 

Ridge Fort Wayne Company, Inc. 

Rose Bowl Snack Bar 

J.H. Rouih Packing Company 

Rupprecht Aero, Inc. 

S & R Recordings 

S & S Cattle Company 

Scott Paper Company Foundation 

Scott's Food Stores, Inc. 

Byron H. Scxners Foundation 

Southwest Services 

State Fami Companies Foundation 

StoUer Dental Clinic, Inc. 

Summit Bank 

Swiss Craft Precision Grinding 

TEAM 

Tokheim Foundation 

United Technologies Corp. 

Village Gardais Realty Corp. 

Vischer Associates 

Wesleyan World Missions 

West Coast Qaim Service 

Whirlpool Foimdation 



Kalamazoo Missionary Churdi 
Kapaa Missionary Church 
Koloa Missionary Church 
Lakeview Church 
Lamotie Missionary Churdi 
Living Faith Missionary Church 
Mancelona Missionary Church 
Missionary Church, Burton, MI 
Missionary Church, Inc. 
N. Manchester Missionary Church 
Nappanee Missionary Church 
New Carlisle Missionary Church 
New Haven Missionary Church 
Northeast Missionary Church 
Northside Missionary Church 
Pandora Missionary Church 
Pettisville Missionary Church 
Pleasant HiU Missionary Church 
Pleasant View Missionary Church 
Redeemer Missionary, S. Baid, IN 
Redeemer Missionary, Toledo, OH 

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Church Friends cont. 



Redeemer Missionary, Utica, MI 
Rice Park Missionary Church 
Roseville Missionary Church 
Rotonda West Community Church 
Royal Oak Missionary Church 
Saint Andrew's Anglican Church 
Sidney Missionary Church 



Rev. Tilman M. Amstutz 

Associated Colleges of Indiana 

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Becker 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Binkley 

Mrs. Geneva E. Bohler 

Mrs. Emma Buehle 

Miss Dolores Y. Carpenter 

Caterpillar Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Qyde 

OUve B. Cole Foundati<Mi, Inc. 

Miss Barbara L. Coon 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard P. Dugan 

Eccno Manufacturing-Company 

Dr. and Mrs. WendeU P. Eicher 



Mr. Otto R. Aamodt 

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Abbott 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Ache 

Rev. and Mrs. Harvey S. Ache 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ackerman 

Mrs. Bemiece Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Adams 

Rev. and Mrs. Otha Aden 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Aderfiolt 

Rev. and Mrs. Jim Albarran 

Mr. Robert E. Albro 

Ms. Blanche M. AUen 

Miss Lucille AUen 

Ms. Linda Amos 

Rev. and Mrs. Allen C. Amstutz 

Rev. and Mrs. Blanchard E. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene D. Amstutz 

Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Oswin M. Amstutz 

Rev. and Mrs. Roger L. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Amstutz 

Rev. and Mrs. TUlman F. Amstutz 

Rev. Tilman M. Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Amstutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Amstutz 

Miss Carol L. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Anderson 

Dr. and Mrs. WendeU D. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUard P. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Andrews 

Anonymous 

Ms Mary M. Applegate 

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Appleman 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Archer 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Armant 

Mrs. Jeannette Armstrong 

Rev. and Mrs. WiUiam F. Armstrong 

Miss Kathryn Amhold 

Mrs. Bemina Arnold 

Rev. and Mrs. Vaius J. Arnold 

Miss Christina Artoux 

Miss Nancy Artoux 

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SorJight Wesleyan Church 
Spring Lake Missionary Church 
State Street Baptist Church 
Sturgis Missionary Church 
Trinity Missionary, Middlebury 

Hghts. OH 
Trinity Missionary, Springfield, OH 



Trinity Missionary Church, Yale, MI 
Union Chapel Missionary Church 
Wakarusa Missionary Church 
Warren Missionary Church 
Wesley Chapel United Methodist 
West Eckford Missicxiary Church 
West Loop Missionary Church 



CAPITAL CAMPAIGN 



English, Bonter, Mitchell Foundation 

Foellinger Foundaticm 

Mr. and Mrs. Abner F. Gerig 

Dr. and Mrs. Wesley L. Gerig 

Miss Terveer Ginter 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Hamm 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hughes 

111 Corporation 

Miss Vicki L. Jacobs 

Joumal-Gazette Foundation, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lewis 

Lilly Endowment Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. litwiUer 

McMillen Foundation Inc. 



Magnavox 

Rev. and Mrs. Mark D. Masterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. MiUs 

MoeUering Construction Co., Lie. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. MoeUering 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Muselman 

North American PhUips Corporation 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley D. Nussbaum 

Mr. Donald E. Postel 

Mr. and Mrs. Gale Rickner 

Rev. and Mrs. Roger W. Ringenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Ross 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Steven Ross 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Rupp 



OTHER FRIENDS 



Mrs. Merial Aschleman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Atkerson 

Dr. Harold D. Atkinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Augsburger 

Miss Frances Augsburger 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle D. Augsburger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Augsburger 

Miss Helen Augspurger 

Rev. and Mrs. Gary L. Aupperle 

Mr. Gordon E. Aupperle 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold I. Ayabe 

Rev. and Mrs. Noboru Ayabe 

Miss Sharon S. Ayabe 

Rev. and Mrs. R. Vemon Babcock 

Miss Mabel M. Bahler 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Bailey 

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bailey 

Rev. and Mrs. Walter E. BaUey 

Rev. and Mrs. Edward M. Baird 

Ms Doima M. Baker 

Miss June M. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam F. Baker 

Miss Dorothy J. BaU 

Mrs. Forrest Balsiger 

Mrs. Emma Balsinger 

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Barcalow 

Rev. and Mrs. Torrey Barcanic 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. Bamett 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bamett 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert A. Barrett 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Barrett 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Oral Barto 

Mr. and Mrs. Qaude L. Baumbauer 

Mr. PhU Baumgartoer 

Mr. and Mrs. Brice Bauseiman 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Baxter 

Mr. and Mrs. James Beard 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Beauchamp 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Becher 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Becker 

Dr. and Mrs. LoweU E. Becker 

Mr. Walter H. Beckman 

Rev. and Mrs. Curtis C. Bedsworth 

Rev. and Mrs. Ernest J. BeleUa 

Mrs. Suzanne Belknap 



Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. BeUman 

Mr. and Mrs. AUen D. Benton 

Rev. and Mrs. WiUiam C. Beougher 

Mrs. Helen Bergert 

Mr. and Mrs. David Berggren 

Mrs. Bertha M. Berk 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Berk 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Berry 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bertolet 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Bertolet 

Mr. N. E. Betke 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Beutler 

Mr. Alyn M. Biddle 

Mrs. MUdred J. Binkerd 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Birtles 

Mrs. MUdred M. Bissett 

Mrs. Mary Bixler 

Mrs. MUdred Bixler 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Black 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Blair 

Mrs. Mary E. Bleakney 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Blevins 

Mr. and Mrs. Ervin D. Bley 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. BUszack 

Mrs. Eleanor Blocher 

Miss AUce R. Blodgett 

Mr. and Mrs. Erik R. Blomstedt 

Rev. and Mrs. John H. Blosser 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Blum 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bodine 

Miss Adriana Boender 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Bohnstedt 

Ms. Esther BoUes 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Boner 

Rev. and Mrs. John L. Bontrager 

Mr. and Mrs. Rci>ert Bosworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcos Botas 

Mrs. Ema M. Bouman 

Rev. and Mrs. Terry J. Bovinet 

Ms. Margaret Bowker 

Rev. and Mrs. WiUiam T. Bowles 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Bowman 

Rev. and Mrs. Floyd H. Bowman 

Mr. Steven S. Bowman 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam L. Bowman 



West Missionary Church 
West Point/Etna United Methodist 
Windward Missicmary Church 
Woodbum Missionary Church 
Zion Lutheran Church 
Zion Missionary, BeUeviUe, MI 
Zion Missionary, Elkhart, IN 
Zion Missionary, Fremont, IN 



Mr. and Mrs. James A. Saddington 

Miss La Vera M. Sauder 

Rev. and Mrs. Ronald C. Scharfe 

Miss Evelyne R. Schmidt 

Byron H. Somers Foundation 

Summit Bank 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Tansey 

ViUage Gardens Realty Corporation 

Dr. AUce Joy Weddle 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wenter 

Mr. and Mrs. O. WUUam Wetter 

Rev. and Mrs. WiUiam L. Whiteman 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Wight 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. WUd 

Rev. and Mrs. J. Harlan Wright 



Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Boyers 

Mr. Rodney A. Boze 

Rev. and Mrs. Martin Brandenberger 

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Brandenburg . 

Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bredieisen 

Rev. Susan Breiner 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Breiman 

Mr. Calvin S. Brenneman 

Mrs. Chama L. Bricker 

Rev. and Mrs. Guy N. Bridges 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Brinkman 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Broom 

Rev. Harold Browett 

Ms. Alice Brown 

Rev. and Mrs. DerreU D. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Loyd R. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Bmbaker 

Rev. and Mrs. Doane C. Brubaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Brubaker 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Preston Bruning 

Ms. Marilyn A. Buchanan 

Mr. and Mrs. WUfred W. Buck 

Mrs. Emma Buehle 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Buehrer 

Rev. and Mrs. Vemon H. BuUer 

Mrs. Edna Bump 

Mrs. Mabel I. Burgess 

Rev. and Mrs. Roscoe E. Buik 

Rev. and Mrs. John P. Burke 

Mr. Peter D. Buikey 

Miss Debra S. Burkholder 

Miss Helen M. Buriey 

Miss LueUa C. Buriey 

Dr. and Mrs. Jc^ M. BuUer 

Rev. Rhett L. BuUer 

Mr. and Mrs. Lon Buudc 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. ByaU 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Byers 

Mrs. Virginia M. Cadaret 

Rev. and Mrs. John H. Caddy 

Ms. Judith D. Caddy 

Mrs. Kathryn CaldweU 

Rev. and Mrs. R. Mark CampbeU 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Caraher 

Dr. and Mrs. Qaik A. Card 



Other Friends Cont. 



Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Carey 

Dr. Jacqueline J. Carl 

Mrs. Rosemary Carley 

Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Carlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Carlson 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Cames 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Carpenter 

Miss Rosella Carpenter 

Miss Bronwyn E. Cartmel 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Cash 

Mr. F. Meacham Cash 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Caswell 

Miss Gladys C. Cate 

Rev. and Mrs. Glenn R. Cate 

Mrs. Margaret Gates 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Catron 

Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Caulkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Chaires 

Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Chamberlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Chaney 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Chappell 

Mrs. Bemita E. Charles 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Chenoweth 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Christensen 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley F. Christian 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Chrcminger 

Mr. Marie R. Church 

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon C. Qaassen 

Mrs. Edna Clapp 

Mr. and Mrs. D. James Qappe 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Qapper 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Qaric 

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Qark 

Mrs. Qella Qark 

Rev. and Mrs. David Qark 

Mrs. Donna Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Qaric 

Mrs. Naomi K. Clark 

Mrs. Ruth Qaric 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Clauser 

Mrs. lillie Qauser 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan N. Clay 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Clement 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald J. Qeveland 

Rev. and Mrs. Alfred J. Qough 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Qyde 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Cochran 

Mrs. Marlene J. Cole 

Rev. and Mrs. Dennis L. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Rick T. Collins 

Mrs. Juanita Combs 

Mrs. Qara Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Converse 

Dr. and Mrs. Ian H. Cook 

Rev. and Mrs. Joseph A. C(x>ke 

Mrs. Helen L. Cooley 

Mrs. no Faye Coolman 

Mr. and Mrs. Garrett W. Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil F. Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Cordier 

Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cotner 

Miss Donna M. CottreU 

Rev. and Mrs. D. Dean Coursey 

Rev. Earl W. Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Cox 

Rev. and Mrs. William H. Cox 

Mr. Francis A. Coy 

Mrs. Edith M. Crabe 

Mr. and Mrs. Nomian E. Crabe 

Mr. Rodney M. Craft 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Grafton 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Craig 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Crall 

Miss Loretta Crall 



Ms. Michelle Crawford 

Miss Carolyn Crego 

Miss Dawn D. Criswell 

Mrs. Deloris Crcx;ker 

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Cron 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Crowder 

Rev. and Mrs. Burl O. Crowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn B. Crowell 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Culbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Culbertson 

Mrs. Dora R. Cureton 

Dr. and Mrs. William J. Curry 

Mr. and Mrs. Halden D. Daffom 

Mrs. Alta Dalman 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Dancer 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Daugherty 

Mrs. June A. Davies 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Davis 

Miss Kimberly A. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Day 

Miss OUve L. DeCamp 

Mrs. Judy A. Deeter 

Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard DeMerchant 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul DeMerchant 

Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Demmin 

Dr. Franklin Deninger 

Rev. and Mrs. David N. DeSelm 

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Dettmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Dever 

Ms. Nancy J. DeWease 

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard W. DeWitt 

Mr. and Mrs. HoUis W. Dexter 

Ms. Lois J. Dickinson 

Mr. Gordon Diehl 

Mr. and Mrs. Donn A. Dietz 

Miss DeUa DiUer 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DUler 

Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin DiUer 

Miss Mahala DUler 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. DiUer 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Diller 

Miss Stella Diller 

Rev. and Mrs. Gary L. Dilley 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Dingjedine 

Mrs. Jeaime DcKkery 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Doege 

Mr. and Mrs. AUen N. Doi 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Doriot 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Doty 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Douras 

Mrs. Isabelle E. Drake 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Drake 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Duffy 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Dugan 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Duncan 

Rev. and Mrs. Howard E. Dunlap 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dunlap 

Rev. and Mrs. Daniel F. Dyck 

Rev. and Mrs. Ranald E. Fade 

Mr. and Mrs. Luther O. Eagle 

Dr. and Mrs. Qarence Eash 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Ebersole 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Eby 

Mr. Nelson L. Eckelbarger 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Edgett 

Rev. and Mrs. Albert C. Eicher 

Miss Qara E. Eicher 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmore F. Eicher 

Rev. and Mrs. Howard G. Eicher 

Ms Janelle L. Eicher 

Mrs. Ruth N. Eicher 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ellerbrock 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert O. Elliott 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Elliott 



Mrs. Joan EUis 

Mrs. Junne Ellis 

Rev. Edward C. Emery 

Dr. Donald K. Erickson 

Ms. Dottie L. Erickson 

Ms. Mildred Esch 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Escher 

Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Filing 

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey L. Eubank 

Ms. Muriel V. Evans 

Mrs. Rosena E. Everest 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. EvUsizor 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Ewers 

Mr. David J. Fansler 

Mrs. Julia Farley 

Mr. and Mrs. AUan Farson 

Mrs. Hermine Faulkner 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Felger 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Fenelon 

Mrs. Eleanor B. Ferguson 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Ferrin 

Miss Mary A. Fetter 

Miss Sarah Fiedler 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Fields 

Dr. Larry B. Fishbaugh 

Mrs. Martha M. Fleck 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Fleck 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Fleischer 

Mrs. Margaret L. Fleming 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Florence 

Rev. and Mrs. Duane A. Ford 

Mrs. Marilyn H. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Forster 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Foultner 

Mrs. LaNola Fox 

Rev. and Mrs. Dean L. Freed 

Mr. and Mrs. Ford A. Frick 

Rev. and Mrs. Harland R. Friend 

Ms. Marian Fritz 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Frizen 

Mrs. Shirley Frost 

Mrs. Florence F. Fruechtenicht 

Mrs. WUbert Fuelling 

Mrs. Vema M. Fulmer 

Mrs. Eleanor B. Gabel 

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph A. Gallagher 

Ms. Vicki S. Garcia 

Ms. Karen V. Gassaway 

Dr. and Mrs. Marcelo R. Gavilanez 

Rev. and Mrs. James E. Geahlen 

Mr. and Mrs. Thcanas R. Gearhart 

Dr. Lany Gee 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gehman 

Mrs. Nadine B. Geiger 

Miss Evelyn Geiser 

Dr. and Mrs. Vergil Gerber 

Rev. Chris J. Gerig 

Mrs. Qara E. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Donovon J. Gerig 

Dr. and Mrs. Gaylord E. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon K. Gerig 

Miss Lowena M. Gerig 

Mr. Noah J. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Reginald R. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Gerig 

Miss Sara L. Gerig 

Miss Sharon K. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Gerig 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Germain 

Miss Margaret A. Germain 



Ms. Patricia C. Geroff 

Ms. Patricia C. Geroff 

Ms. Bemiece Getz 

TSGT and Mrs. Russell L. Geyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley R. Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. Mycr Gibson 

Mr. E.S. Gieseler 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUie Gines 

Mr. and Mrs. Qarence Gingery 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Gippert 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Gippert 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles V. Glenn 

Ms. Joan Golding 

Miss Carol E. Goldsmith 

Miss Mildred Good 

Ms. Marjorie A. Gocxirich 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Gordon 

Dr. and Mrs. Truman D. Gottschalk 

Ms. Dortha S. Gower 

Ms. Nayda Grabill 

Miss Cynthia D. Graeff 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. WUliam E. Graham 

Miss Debbie L. Greenawalt 

Mr. Melvin C. Greene 

Miss Rita M. Grever 

Miss Amy S. Grieser 

Ms. Carol J. Grimstead 

Mrs. Esther Grody 

Mrs. Irene R. Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B. Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Ronald Gmbb 

Miss Janet L. Gmbbs 

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Gruber 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Gruber 

Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Gruber 

Mrs. John Guethler 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Guhse 

Ms. Betty W. Guia 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gustafson 

Rev. and Mrs. Earl J. Guth 

Mrs. Florence Habegger 

Rev. and Mrs. Todd W. Habegger 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hadsell 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Haffner 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Haffner 

Miss Barbara Hahn 

Rev. and Mrs. Owen L. Haifley 

Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Haines 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Hake 

Rev. and Mrs. Arthur E. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Hallack 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Haller 

Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Haller 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Haller 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Hammcxid 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hamrick 

Mrs. Katherine W. Han 

Ms. IsabeUe Hand 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Handley 

Mr. Timothy C. Hanlon 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hanna 

Mr. Robert L. Harle 

Miss Lola R. Harmon 

Mrs. Marilyn D. Harp 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harpest 

Miss Mary Ardis Harris 

Rev. and Mrs. Phil E. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Harrold 

Mrs. William Harry 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Harsha 

Mrs. Blythe Y. Harshman 

Mrs. Miriam E. Hartman 

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Other Friends Cont 



Rev. and Mrs. Rick L. Hartsell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hartung 

Mrs. Mary R. Harvey 

Mr. Harold J. Hatcher 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Shirl Hatfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Hauser 

Mrs. Silvan J. Hausser 

Miss Kay Ann Hawk 

Miss Gladys Hawkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Hawkins 

Rev. and Mrs. Bruce D. Head 

Rev. and Mrs. Glen D. Head 

Miss Diane L. Hebner 

Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd Heck 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hedegaard 

Rev. and Mrs. Ronald D. Hege 

Dr. and Mrs. Ray F. Hein 

Mr. Bryan J. Heindel 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heindel 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Heitzmann 

Mrs. Carrie Helfrich 

Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. HeUer 

Miss E. Ann Helmick 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Helmke 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Helzerman 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Helzerman 

Miss Lori Hemingway 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Henderson 

Mr. andMrs. Walter Henkel 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. HenshaU 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Herlin 

Mr. Raymond H. Herman 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Hess 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hetmansperger 

Mr. and Mrs. Dcmald N. Hewett 

Mr. Mark A. Hewett 

Rev. and Mrs. George T. Hewitt 

Mrs. Lois F. Hewitt 

Mr. John Heyeriy 

Ms. M. Margretta Hicks 

Rev. and Mrs. Warren J. Hiebert 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Higgins 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. HUe 

Mr. Arthur Hill 

Mr. Leroy Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. Norvis W. Hill 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul F. Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Hire 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Hirons 

Rev. and Mrs. Daniel K. Hirschy 

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon D. Hirschy 

Mrs. Marjorie J. Hite 

Mrs. Dorothy Hoag 

Mrs. Elsie Hoagland 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Hobson 

Mr. and Mrs. Royd R. Hoch 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Hodges 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Hodgin 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Hogg 

Ms. Naomi Hoke 

Miss Phyllis M. Holdeman 

Mrs. Marjorie HoUoway 

Miss Grace Holmes 

Mr. Max L Holycross 

Mrs. Charlotte L. Hook 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hook 

Ms. Elsie M. Hoover 

Mr. and Mrs. James O. Hopkins 

Mrs. Martha Hopper 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney F. Horrigan 

Mr. and Mrs. David Hosea 

Rev. and Mrs. Jacob H. Hosteller 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Householder 

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Mrs. Ruth Houlz 

Mrs. Evelyn Howey 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert W. Hubaker 

Ms. Eva B. Huber 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hudson 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hughes 

Mr. R. John Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hughs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Hughs 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Huls 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Hummel 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hunter 

Mr. Neal E. Huser 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huston 

Mrs. Virginia M. Hutchison 

Rev. and Mrs. Raymond I. Hylton 

Mrs. Kathryn Hyman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ihrig 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ingmire 

Rev. and Mrs. Stanley A. Inniger 

Mr. and Mrs. David Ipe 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Irwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Isnogle 

Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jacobs 

Miss Vicki L. Jacobs 

Dr. S. Warren Jacobus 

Rev. and Mrs. Walter Jacoby 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jaeschke 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Jandik 

Ms. Debra Jarr 

Rev. Miriam M. Jeffers 

Mrs. Charlotte Jensen 

Rev. and Mrs. James R. Johnson 

Miss Lois F. Johnson 

Miss Mary K. Johnson 

Ms. Melba Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy V. Johnson 

Rev. and Mrs. Weybum C. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnston 

Dr. and Mrs. Philip E. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Jones 

Mrs. Jane W. Jones 

Mrs. Martha C. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel E. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Joy 

Mr. and Mrs. Rollin L. Jump 

Mrs. Aiuia Kacena 

Rev. and Mrs. George Kacena 

Rev. and Mrs. Niles K. Kageyama 

Mr. and Mrs. David Kapaku 

Ms. Christine A. Kames 

Mrs. Myrtle Katcma 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. Kauffman 

Mrs. Jacci L. Kaufman 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan W. Kaufman 

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kawate 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Keaffaber 

Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ray Keaton 

Mrs. Rachel F. Keels 

Mrs. Nancy E. Keenan 

Mr. and Mrs. Burl A. Keener 

Mr. and Mrs. Kent V. Keener 

Rev. and Mrs. Levi O. Keidel 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Keifer 

Mr. and Mrs. David O. Keller 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Keller 

Rev. and Mrs. James W. Keller 

Mr. Orville C. Keller 

Mr. William H. KeUogg 

Mr. Bob Kellow 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Kelly 



Mr. and Mrs. Shawn L. Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Kenny 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Kent 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery W. Keplar 

Rev. and Mrs. Stan W. Kesler 

Rev. and Mrs. James B. Key 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald Kidd 

Ms. Kathy Kietrich 

Ms. Barbara J. Kilmer 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kimbel 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kimm 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis King 

Rev. and Mrs. John Kingrey 

Miss Ruby Kinney 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kinningham 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kirby 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kirchenbauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kiricman 

Rev. and Mrs. Stan N. Kistler 

Mrs. Doris M. Klaehn 

Miss Jeanine K. Klay 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Kleiner 

Mrs. Mabel L. Klopf en stein 

Rev. and Mrs. Alton L. Knapp 

Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Knowlson 

Mrs. Sylvia K. Knuth 

Rev. and Mrs. Stanley S. Kobayashi 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kodani 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Koehn 

Mr. Howard G. Koenigshof 

Miss AUi A. Komula 

Mr. and Mrs, Joseph H. Koorsen 

Miss Genevieve Kooy 

Ms. Prisdlla Kopf 

Mr. Gerald Kom 

Dr. Edmund Komfeld 

Miss Margaret L. Korta 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald J. Kramer 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Krandell 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kray 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul F. Kreiss 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Krider 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. KrUlenberger 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Krygier 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Kuehnert 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kulla 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Kwaczala 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Lahr 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Lambert 

Ms. Elizabeth Lambert 

Ms. Anita Lamos 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Landers 

Mrs. Delia Landes 

Mrs. Doris Landis 

Mr. and Mrs. Columbus W. Lane 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Larson 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Laskowski 

Mr. David A. Lathers 

Ms. Fern E. Lauber 

Dr. Aima Belle Laughbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Lauser 

Mrs. Mary Lawrence 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ledemian 

Mrs. Mildred L Ledemian 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lee 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard A. Leever 

Rev. and Mrs. Tim Leever 

Mrs. Dorothy Lehman 

Rev. and Mrs. Eloyd M. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Lehman 

Mr. Eugene R. Lehman 

Rev. and Mrs. Hal D. Lehman 

Rev. and Mrs. Harold F. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Lehman 



Mr. Maurice F. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lehman 

Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Lehman 

Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Leightner 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Leightner 

Rev. and Mrs. Dale Leinbach 

Ms. Anne Leland 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Leman 

Rev. and Mrs. WiUiam L. Lepley 

Mr. Harvey W. LescaUeet 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lichtensteiger 

Miss Anna V. Liechty 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Liechty 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert Liechty 

Rev. and Mrs. Stanley W. Liechty 

Mrs. Vema Liechty 

Mrs. Goldie J. Lienhard 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Light 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Light 

Mr. Douglas J. Lightcap 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Ling 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Linhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. LitwUler 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Livengood 

Ms. Michele L. Lloyd 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Lockwood 

Miss Alice M. Loftus 

Rev. and Mrs. PhiUip Logan 

Ms. Miriam E. Long 

Rev. and Mrs. Mardn D. Longcor 

Mrs. Nola V. Loose 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Lora 

Dr. and Mrs. Virgil R. Lougheed 

Mrs. Ina G. Love 

Miss Helen Lucks 

Miss DcHiita L. LuginbUl 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Luginbill 

Mr. and Mrs. Russel Lupton 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lyman 

Mrs. Maralyn Lyne 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane J. Mabee 

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Magary 

Rev. and Mrs. G. Robert Magary 

Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Mahan 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mahey 

Mrs. Emma M. Main 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Malone 

Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Maloney 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Malsbaiy 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Mamer 

Mr. Robert W. Mangus 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Mann 

Mrs. John A. Mann 

Miss Lois E. Maimix 

Mr. and Mrs. Lavon M. Maries 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Marlett 

Mrs. Esther Marshall 

Ms. Elizabeth Marstaller 

Miss Lena Marstaller 

Ms. Louisa Marstaller 

Mrs. Alice R. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Lany R. Martz 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Maser 

Mr. Carl Mason 

Mrs. Adele Masopust 

Rev. and Mrs. Floran Mast 

Mrs. Grace E. Mast 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Masters 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Mathias 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer L Matteson 

Rev. Rick L. Matthew 

Mrs. Estella U. Maurer 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Maxwell 



Other Friends Cont. 



Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Mayforth 

Mr. Louis Mayle 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Mays 

Ms. Sandra J. McCarthy 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. McCoUum 

Mr. William McConneU 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. McCormack 

Mr. Paul R. McCormick 

Mr. David J. McDeavitt 

Miss Margie McDowell 

Ms. Bonnie L. McFarren 

Mr. and Mrs. Terrance C. McGraw 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. McKee 

Mrs. Lois S. McKuhen 

Mrs. Esther McLeish 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. McMillan 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney McQuillin 

Miss C. Patricia Meier 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meisenheimer 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay K. Meisenheimer 

Miss Sharon Mejeur 

Mr. Lee Melchi 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard MeUott 

Mr. Wade A. Melton 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Mero 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mertz 

Ms. Deborah G. Messinger 

Rev. and Mrs. Jerrold E. Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Duwain E. Meyers 

Mrs. Violet E. Meyers 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Miike 

Miss Marilyn J. Millar 

Mrs. Glendora B. Miller 

Mr. James A. MiUer 

Mr. and Mrs. Marbn E. Miller 

Miss Paulette Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. David L Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. Gale H. MiUs 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. MiUs 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. MUls 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. MiUs 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Miner 

Rev. and Mrs. Eldon Mitchell 

Mrs. Larene Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Miu 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Moats 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Mdir 

Mrs. Frances J. Monroe 

Miss Bemice L McMitgomery 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Morand 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. More 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Morehead 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald I. Morehead 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Morley 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert Morrin 

Miss Brenda R. Moser 

Rev. and Mrs. Clinton N. Moser 

Mr. Dwight D. Moser 

Mrs. Evelyn L Moser 

Mr. Hany J. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Mitch E. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. Novitas R. Moser 

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mosier 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mosiman 

Mrs. Lolita Mosser 

Rev. and Mrs. John D. Motter 

Rev. and Mrs. WUliam A. Mueller 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Murray 

Miss Pauline E. Muselman 

Mr. and Mrs. Lavem R. Musselman 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Myers 



Mr. Terry A. Myers 

Rev. and Mrs. William E. Myers 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald Nabingcr 

Mrs. Helen S. Nash 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nelson 

Dr. and Mrs. Craig D. Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Nesbitt 

Rev. Arthur B. Neuenschwander 

Mrs. Edna A. Neuenschwander 

Mr. Edward J. Neuenschwander 

Ms. Gladys Neuenschwander 

Rev. & Mrs. Gordon Neuenschwander 

Mrs. Jean Neuenschwander 

Mrs. Ruth Neuenschwander 

Miss Arlene A. Newcombe 

Rev. and Mi;s. Arthur E. Niblack 

Mrs. Lisa I. Nickel 

Mr. Norm L. Nielssen 

Mrs. Dorothea Nieter 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nis wander 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nis wander 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Noble 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Noel 

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie R. Norris 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ray North 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Nott 

Mr. Jerry D. Nuerge 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Nurmi 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley D. Nussbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nussbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon C. Nussbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Nussbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Ebert C. Nyberg 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. O'Dell 

Mrs. Dorothy M. Oden 

Rev. and Mrs. Norman Okasako 

Mr. Robert R. Omelas 

Mr. and Mrs. OrvUle Orr 

Dr. and Mrs. Grant R. Osborne 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Osborne 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Osbun 

Miss Bemice E. Oser 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ott 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Oyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Oyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Paladi 

Rev. and Mrs. Ray P. Pannabecker 

Rev. and Mrs. Victor W. Parson 

Mrs. Dorothy L. Parsons 

Miss Deborah G. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Patterson 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Patton 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pawlowski 

Mr. Robert D. Paxson 

Rev. and Mrs. Bruce W. Pearson 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L Pearscm 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peet 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pelis 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. PeUey 

Mr. Ronald A. Pendarvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Penfold 

Mr. and Mrs. Emest Penrod 

Mrs. Zoa Marie Pequignot 

Mrs. Esther I. Perry 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. Peters 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Petersen 

Rev. and Mrs. Vemon J. Petersen 

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan W. Peterson 

Rev. and Mrs. Gerald A. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Pfeiffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Pfimdstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Lorris W. Phillips 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Pickard 

Mr. and Mrs. John O. Pierce 

Rev. and Mrs. George H. Pike 

Miss Paula B. Pike 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Piatt 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Ponsot 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Popp 

Mr. and Mrs. Hershel PoppleweU 

Rev. and Mrs. Victor L. Poser 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Potter 

Mr. Todd Potter 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Prasuhn 

Mrs. Leola Pratt 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Preston 

Mrs. Dessie M. Preston 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price 

Mrs. Roma Probst 

Miss Frances R. Prough 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Putt 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Quay 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul N. Rager 

Mrs. Esther M. Rahn 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ralston 

Rev. and Mrs. Daniel E. Ramseyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy R. Rapp 

Mrs. Laura Eloise Ray 

Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Raymond 

Mrs. Velma Rediger 

Mrs. Ivis Reed 

Mr. and Mrs. Jon R. Reed 

Mrs. Mary A. Reed 

Miss Sally L. Reed 

Miss Julia A. Reef 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Rees 

Mrs. Marian Regier 

Miss Mildred Regier 

Mr. Otto S. Regier 

Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Reifel 

Miss Mary Edith Reiff 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Reinhart 

Mrs. Laurel D. Reinking 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Repp 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Retherford 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Reynolds 

Mr. Benton J. Rhoades 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald L. Rice 

Rev. and Mrs. Randall M. Rice 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney M. Rich 

Rev. and Mrs. John E. Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Richman 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Rieser 

Mr. and Mrs. Dcai M. Rietdorf 

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Riewald 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Riewald 

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Riewald 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Ringenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Ritchart 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ritter 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ritterbush 

Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Roach 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Robbins 

Mrs. Tamara K. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Roberts 

Mrs. Kathleen J. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Roberts 

Mrs. Dorilda C. Roberts-Frith 

r. and Mrs. M.E. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Roe 

Ms. Dorothy Rogina 

Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Rohrer 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald Rohrs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Roley 

Miss Joan M. Ronde 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Rose 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rosener 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Rosenquist 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Roih 

Mrs. Gladys J. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Roth 

Mrs. Mary J. Roth 

Miss Dorothy L. Rothfuss 

Rev. and Mrs. James T. Roussos 

Mrs. Margaret E. Rowlett 

Rev. and Mrs. Michael E. Rucinski 

Mr. Charles E. Ruckel 

Rev. and Mrs. Andrew M. Rup 

Dr. Carl M. Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. Charles L. Rupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Rupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. John J. Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Rupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Mervin C. Rupp 

Mrs. Norma Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. Paul W. Rupp 

Rev. and Mrs. David A. Rusk 

Rev. and Mrs. Dorland R. Russett 

Rev. and Mrs. Marcel D. Rydzinski 

Mrs. Doris Salway 

Mr. Herman C. Salway 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Sandrock 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Schaeffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Schafer 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Scheiderer 

Mrs. Lois E. Schepman 

Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Schertz 

Rev. and Mrs. Jake P. Schieriing 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Schindler 

Mr. OmeU Schindler 

Mr. Scott R. Schindler 

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas L. Schindler 

Mrs. Kay Schladenhauffen 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Schlak 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Schlatter 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. Schlatter 

Rev. and Mrs. Olen C. Schlatter 

Mr. and Mrs. Orvil E. Schlatter 

Mrs. Rhoda Schlatter 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Schlatter 

Rev. and Mrs. Stephen D. Schlatter 

Rev. and Mrs. Harold A. Schlink 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Schmeling 

Rev. and Mrs. Arnold L. Schmidt 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Schmidt 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Schmidt 

Miss Mildred Schnur 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Schoeff 

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schoenhals 

Mr. and Mrs. Dell J. Schooley 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton D. Schoonover 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert D. Schrock 

Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Schubert 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schultz 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Schulz 

Dr. and Mrs. John R. Schutt 

Miss Melody E. Schwab 

Mrs. Helen L. Schwartz 

Mr. Lynferd Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Scott 

Mrs. Leora Scudder 

Mr. and Mrs. Rex L Sefton 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto D. Sell 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Sellers 

Ms. Debbie M. Seneff 

Mrs. Barbara A. Senkel 

Mr. and Mrs. Garry Senkel 

15a 



Mr. and Mrs. Marie J. Severson 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Shadduck 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Shaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Heniy E. Shanebeck 

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Shanebeck 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Shanebeck 

Ms. Lois Shaum 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Gayl C. Sheets 

Mrs. Jean A. Shepley 

Mrs. Helen Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Shisler 

Rev. and Mrs. James R. Shockney 

Rev. and Mrs. Dwight ShoU 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Short 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Short 

Mrs. Ila Rose Shough 

Miss Carol J. Shoulders 

Mr. and Mrs. Elzer E. Showers 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Showers 

Mrs. Cynthia A. Shuler 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Shupperd 

Mr. Robert W. Sible 

Miss Charmaine Siekmann 

Rev. and Mrs. Marc A. Siler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Silvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Simon 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Simpson 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Sivits 

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Sjoberg 

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Skofstad 

Ms. Helen M. Slagle 

Miss Lois V. Slagle 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Sleasman 

Rev. and Mrs. L. Russell Sloat 

Miss Gertrude Slusser 

Ms. Ethel L Smeltzer 

Miss Ara Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Smith 

Rev. and Mrs. Gordcxi B. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. L Dale Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith 

Rev. and Mrs. Wesley E. Smith 

Dr. and Mrs. Don K. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Snyder 

Rev. and Mrs. Terrraice R. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sommer 

Rev. and Mrs. Lester I. Sommer 

Mr. Steven J. Sommer 

Rev. and Mrs. Wendall L. Sousley 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Sowles 

Mrs. Juliette A. Spears 

Mr. Harold S. Speicher 

Mrs. Erma Spencer 

Mrs. Noretta S. Spaicer 

Mrs. Irena Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. Kent G. Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. OmeU P. Sprunger 

Mr. and Mrs. Reed Sprunger 

Miss Ruth M. Stahl 

Mrs. Janice L. Stahly 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Stainton 

Mr. and Mrs. Delmar V. Stalter 

Mr. and Mrs. Jcrfm J. Staik 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Sleidl 

Rev. and Mrs. Howard C. Stein 

Ms. Barbara Steiner 

16a 



Other Friends Cont. 



Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane R. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Steiner 

Miss Esther Steiner 

Dr. and Mrs. Gaius C. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Steiner 

Rev. and Mrs. Laveme Steiner 

Rev. and Mrs. Matthew B. Steiner 

Rev. Royal Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. RusseU Steiner 

Ms Susan Steiner 

Miss Susan D. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley D. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Steingass 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Steller 

Ms. Liz Steneck 

Rev. and Mrs. Timothy Stephenson 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Stepleton 

Mr. and Ms. Timothy S. Stergios 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley N. Steury 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Stitzer 

Rev. and Mrs. Weldon StockweU 

Rev. and Mrs. VerUn R. StoUer 

Miss Mildred F. Stone 

Dr. and Mrs. David B. Stout 

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Strader 

Mrs. Betta L. Strahm 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Strait 

Ms. Sharon E. Streid 

Dr. and Mrs. John R. Strubhar 

Rev. and Mrs. Peter J. Strubhar 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Strubhar 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Strunk 

Mrs. Irene E. Stucky 

Miss Lois J. Stucky 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Studebaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Qaric W. Study 

Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Stull 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stut2man 

Mr. and Mrs. Neal A. Suddard 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Sumney 

Miss Virginia Sumser 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Sunderman 

Miss Florine Sunier 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Sutherland 

Dr. and Mrs. Jon C. Swanson 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard E. Swedberg 

Ms. Bemice Sweet 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Swihart 

Mr. and Mrs. WUliam P. Syndram 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Y. Taba 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy S. Taba 

Ms. Eleanor E. Talley 

Mr. Robert Tamagawa 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Tanaka 

Rev. and Mrs. Arthur J. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Ekmald F. Sunderman 

Miss Horine Sunier 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Sutherland 

Dr. and Mrs. Jon C. Swanson 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard E. Swedberg 

Ms. Bemice Sweet 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Swihart 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Syndram 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Y. Taba 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy S. Taba 

Ms. Eleanor E. Talley 

Mr. Robert Tamagawa 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Tanaka 

Rev. and Ms. Arthur J. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Qyde D. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Denver G. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Taylor 

Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor 



Mr. Zohrab K. Tazian 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Tempest 

Rev. and Mrs. Jerry H. Terui 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Theobald 

Miss Anna Thcmian 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Thompson 

Miss Jennifer S. Thornton 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Tobin 

Rev. and Mrs. EUis E. Tolly 

Rev. and Mrs. Allen C. Tomlinson 

Miss Evelyn K. Tomlinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. Tonak 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Tone 

Mr. Michael P. Toomey 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Torbett 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Tracy 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Tracy 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Treat 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Trietsch 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Troutman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Troxel 

Miss Arlene Tucker 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Tucker 

Rev. and Mrs. John E. Tuckey 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. TumbiU 

Ms. Geraldine Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tutewiler 

Rev. and Mrs. Wildan R. Tuttle 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Twyford 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Uecker 

Mrs. Mabel Ummel 

Miss Vema L. Unruh 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean D. Unsicker 

Mr. Alfred F. Van Ranst 

Mr. and Mrs. David VanAvemiaete 

Rev. and Mrs. David A. vanGorkom 

Miss Millie A. Vermillion 

Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Vincent 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Vincent 

Rev. and Mrs. Mark L. Vincent 

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Vintcm 

Miss Andrea Voisard 

Miss Constance E. VoUmar 

Mr. Catherine V. VoUmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward VonGunten 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Wagler 

Mr. and Mrs. Simcxi C. Wagler 

Miss Helai G. Wagner 

Miss Mary A. Wagner 

Mr. McArthur Wagstaff 

Mrs. UeweUya H. Wahl 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walker 

Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Walker 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam J. Walker 

Miss Betty J. Walti 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Walz 

Rev. and Mrs. Stephen L. Ware 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Warner 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Warner 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren D. Wamer 

Mrs. Marie E. Wamer 

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan K. Warren 

Mr. and Mrs. Qyde E. Warren 

Rev. and Mrs. J<^ F. Warren 

Mr. Erwin F. Warsinski 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wasson 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Waterman 

Rev. and Mrs. Wayne H. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Weaver 

Mrs. Alice M. Weber 

Bertha C. Weber 

Miss Wanda J. Weber 

Miss Joann E. Weddle 

Mrs. Thelma Weddle 



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. WeinerMrs. 

Lorena Weinman 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. Welbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. WeUs 

Rev. and Mrs. James C. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Timely E. Welty 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wenger 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. WerUng 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. West 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. West 

Mr. and Mrs. O. William Wetter 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weyeneth 

Rev. and Mrs. JosejA Weyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman O. Whipple 

Miss Virginia F. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Whiteman 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Whittum 

Dr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Widder 

Ms. Naomi A. Wiedeikehr 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Wight 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilcox 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wild 

Dr. and Mrs. Bert H. Wilhoit 

Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert K. Williams 

Mrs. M. Esther Williams 

Mrs. Samuel K. WiUiams 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Williams 

Mr. David A. Willis 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam J. Willis 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wilscm 

Miss Lori A. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Windmiller 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Wingfield 

Rev. and Mrs. Bryce L. Winteregg 

Mrs. Naomi Winteregg 

Miss Elizabeth P. Wise 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wise 

Mrs. Martha Wisusik 

Ms. Mildred Woleslagel 

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph F. Wolford 

Rev. and Mrs. John F. Wommer 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Wong 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Woods 

Ms Amaline L. Woodward 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Woodward 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard E. Woolever 

Ms. Nancy A. Worden 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee D. Worthman 

Rev. and Mrs. Frederick W. Wright 

Rev. and Mrs. J. Harlan Wright 

Mrs. Mary E. Wright 

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wuertemberger 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wyatt 

Miss Brenda S. Yager 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Yaggy 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Yakulevich 

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Y. Yamaguchi 

Mr. Robert A. Yap 

Mr. George O. Yarian 

Rev. and Mrs. Alan G. Yerke 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Yerke 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. YingHng 

Miss Ruth A. Yoakam 

Miss Julie A. York 

Rev. and Mrs. Donald R. Young 

Mrs. Luella F. Young 

Mr. Vance A. Zartman 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Zehr 

Mrs. Elizabeth Zehr 

Mr. and Mrs. Glide J. Zeider 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. 2^rull 

Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Zimmerman 

Mr. and Mrs. David L Zimmerman 

Mrs. Juanita V. Zimmerman 

Mrs. Pauline W. Zimmerman 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Zuercher 

Rev. and Mrs Steven. Zurcher 



ALUMNI ALBUM 



? JOB BOARD ? 

The following churches and organizations have 
written to the Placement Office indicating open- 
ings in the following positions. If you would Uke 
further information about these openings, write 
the Placement Office and refer to the code no. 

Pastor. Camden Community Church. Camden, 
MI. A-4 

Full Time Pastor. Union Chapel. Pennville, IN. 
A-5 

Pastor. Mt. Prospect Bible Church. Mt. Pros- 
pect, IL. A -6 

Pastor. Union Church. Markleysburg, PA. A-8 
Part Time Director of CE. First Presbyterian 
Church. Defiance, OH. B-9 
Full Time CE & Youth Director. Evangelical 
Congregational Church. Akron, OH. B-10 
Youth Coordinator. Oakford Baptist Church. 
Oakford, EST. C-2 

Director of Youth and CE. First United Church 
of Christ. New Knoxville, OH. C-6 
Part Time Youth Director. Waterloo United 
Methodist. Waterloo, IN. C-8 
Youth Minister. First Christian Church. Mason 
City, IL. C-12 

Full Time Youth Pastor. Center Grove Presby- 
terian. Greenwood, IN C-15 
Choir Director and Organist. Trinity United 
Methodist Church. Hartford City, IN. E-5 
Full Time Music & Youth Dir. Rotonda West 
Community Church. Rotonda West, FL. E-8 
Staff. Salem Children's Home. Flanagan, IL. 
H-10 

Staff. White's Institute. Wabash, IN. H31 
Full Time Houseparents. Operation Rebirth. 
Dayton, OH. H-32 

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Delta Epsilon Chi, the honor 
society of the American Associa- 
tion of Bible Colleges. Since 
1955, 70 alumni have been in- 
ducted into this honor society. If 
you would like to suggest someone 
for this honor, we would be very 
happy to consider them. Such a 
person must be a graduate of the 
College, not a member of Delta 
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CONCERT MINISTRIES 



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Music - Drama - Puppets 

2416 Carew Street 

Fort Wayne, IN 46805 

(219)484-3755 



REV. DON ROHRS 

Evangelist 

27687 C.R. 38 

Goshen, IN 46526 

(219)862-4319 



RANDY & JENNIE BISHOP 

Contemporary Christian Music 

Concert Ministry 

821 W. Berry, Apt. 3 

Fort Wayne, IN 46802 

(219)422-2923 



SHARON AND ROBIN 
Concert Ministry 

4030 Vail Court 

Fort Wayne, IN 46808 

(219)484-9259 



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ALUMNI 



1930 

Dwight fs 34-37 and Lucille (Hessel- 
bart) fs 34-36 Niswander live in Samia, 
Ontario where Dwight has just completed 
a book entitled "Christians Face the New 
Age" which is to be released in October or 
November by Welch Publishing Company 
Limited, Toronto. 

1940 

Naomi and Floran Mast g49 live in 
Elkhart, Indiana where Floran is Business 
Manager at Hubbard Hills Retirement 
Center. Floran has served there since the 
beginning of the Retirement Village 10 
years ago. ^^^^ 

Paul g61 and Joan (Hoxsey) Demer- 
chant g65, after many years of ministry in 
Granger, IN have moved to Port Huron, MI 
where Paul is the Associate Pastor of 
Christian Education at the Colonial Woods 
Missionary Church. 

Daryl g62 and Carolyn (Derreth Piatt 

g61 have returned home from Swaziland, 
Africa and are living in Mission Hills, CA. 
Daryl is concentrating on completing his 
doctor of missiology degree. 

Bonnie Drudge g65 first departed for 
missionary service in January of 1966 and 
now has returned home to retire in 
Indianapolis, IN. She served with the 
North African Mission and was working 
most recently with Muslims in France. 

James g66 and Patricia (Mayo) Welty 
g67 Uve in Roswell, Georgia. Jim has been 
President of Garr Corp., a management 
consulting firm specializing in programs to 
increase productivity for retailers. Pat is 
working at the Mt. Parin Christian School 
in Atlanta, where their son. Brad is a 
senior. Their daughter, Lisa, is a senior at 
Asbury College. 

Willie Hunter g67 was recently 
honored as the Outstanding Alumni of 
1989 by Taylor University. Willie and his 
wife Janice fs 67 live in tlie Dominican 
Republic where Willie is the Director of 
Medical Group Mission of the Christian 
Medical and Dental Society and Janice is 
the Administrator of the Dr. Elias Santana 
Center in Santo Domingo. 

1970 

Mabel Bahler g70 is an Associate staff 
member with the Navigators. Along with 
two other team members of International 



1970 cont. 

Friendships, Inc. she spent seven weeks 
during the summer in Asia studying the 
Asian culture and Chinese language. She 
lives in Columbus, OH and has a special 
ministry to internationals in the U.S. 

Paul g72 and Marian (Enders) Keidel 

g72 have completed a year of furlough and 
are beginning a new ministry in a different 
country. They are presently in France 
upgrading their French and in November 
will be going to teach at Telekoro Bible 
Institute in Guinea, West Africa. Their two 
boys are in boarding school at the Ivory 
Coast Academy. 

Brad g73 and Donna (Rohrs) Smith 

g73 are living in Hacienda Heights, 
California. Brad is an editor and photo- 
joumaUst for Missionary Aviation Fellow- 
ship while Donna is the Real Estate 
Coordinator for World Vision. 

Kay (Wright) g74 and Ray Swatkowski 

g73 are now involved in a church planting 
ministry in France with overseas missions of 
the Baptist General Conference. 

Sheryl (Bixler) fs 69-72 and Tim 
Steiner g74 have moved to Sandusky, OH 
where Tim will be the pastor of the San- 
dusky Alliance Church. They have two 
children, PhiUp 12, and Miriam 10. 

Ruth (Rohrs) Markey g74 has moved 
to Glendale, Arizona with her husband 
Kevin (engineer with Honeywell) and two 
sons, Brian and Jonathan. 

Jean (Hollenberg) Louis g77 and her 

husband Adrean live in Paynesville, MN 
where they operate a nursery and landscap- 
ing business. Jean started a youth music 
ensemble at the Paynesville Evangelical Free 
Church. 

William Haworth g79 graduated last 
May from the Louisville Presbyterian 
Theological Seminary in Louisville, 
Kentucky. 

1980 

David Gould g83 was ordained for the 
gospel ministry on Sunday, June 4, at First 
Missionary Church, Fort Wayne. Rev. 
Sterling DeMond, former faculty member 
at Summit Christian College, brought the 
ordination message. Dave is pastor of the 
Country Church, Bourbon, Indiana 

Randy fs84 and Jennie (Boehm) Bishop 

g84 are moving into full time ministry as a 



1980 Cont. 

Christian contemporary music group called 
"Mr. X". They work out of Fort Wayne in 
concerts for teens and young adults. 

Dennis Collins g84 was ordained on 
June 25 at the Bethel Missionary Church 
in Yale, MI. The message was brought by 
Dr. John Tuckey g36 and the District 
Superintendent is Rev. Bruce Pearson 
fs47. In August, Dermis, Monica g85 and 
family returned to missionary service in 
Spain. 

Ted Wilson g86 had his ordination 
service at Northwest Missionary Church in 
Jackson, MI on Sunday, June 11, 1989. 
Ted and Elizabeth (Lay) g84 moved to 
Prairie View, IL. 

Rex Hill fs87-89 is now part of the 
Fund Raising Team of the Development 
Department of Summit Christian College. 
He began in June 1989 as Annual Fund 
Representative. Rex will be married on 
October 14 to former Residence Director, 
Jennifer Flower. 

Joe Crockett fs 88 in June 1989 joined 
the staff of Summit Christian College as 
Printer and Microcomputer consultant. 
His wife, Vicki ps 89, is working on a 
degree in Early Childhood Education. 

Scott Cunningham g88 has recently 
accepted a new position as a probation 
officer for Adams County, IN. He is also 
working on a degree in Public Administra- 
tion with a Focus in Criminal Justice. 

Don Kidd g88 and his family have 
moved to Portage, IN to pastor the Calvary 
Primitive Methodist Church. 

Sharon Gerig g89 spent the summer 
working for New Horizon's Youth 
Ministries at their wilderness camp near 
Missanabie, Ontario, Canada. This school 
year she is on the teaching staff at the 
Marion, IN campus of New Horizons. 

Kathy Kulp g89 is the music instructor 
for grades K-12 at Fort Wayne Christian 
School. Besides graduating magna cum 
laude, Kathy has received a number of 
honors: National Collegiate Music Award, 
National Collegiate Philosophy and 
ReUgion Award, and she is a member of 
the American Guild of Organists and 
Music Educator's National Conference. 



NEWS NOTES 



1980 Cont. 

Deb Patterson g88 is in Officer's 
Training School at Lackland Air Force 
Base, Texas. After Christmas she will be 
stationed at Lowery Air Force Base, 
Denver, Colorado. 

WEDDINGS 

Jacci Oyer g82 and Denny Kaufman, 
July 1, 1989. 

Christine Karnes g83 and Jerry 
Wilhelm, June 17, 1989, Cedar Lake 
Church of Christ in Waterloo, IN. 

Diane Schindler g83 and Russell 
EUwood, May 20, 1989. Fairhaven 
Church in Centerville, OH. Russell is in 
the Air Force and they make their home at 
740 Amity Lane in Montgomery, AL 
36117. 

Joanne Kingsbury g84 and Kenneth 
Sistrunii g87, June 10, 1989, Broadway 
Christian Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 
Alumni who participated in the wedding 
were: Cathy and Pat Black, Jeimie Bishop, 
Ed Neuenschwander, Lorraine Meek, 
Sharyn Melo, Dave McDeavitt, Cassie 
Sorenson, Evelyn Tomlinson and Renee 
EUis, former staff member. 

Kimberly Parker ps and Bradley 
Ulick g88, June 17, 1989, WUdwood 
Baptist Church, East Moline, IL. 

Sherry Piepenbrink (school nurse) 
and Michael Snyder g89, May 13, 1989, 
Trinity United Methodist Church, Fort 
Wayne, IN. 

GaU Schmidt g89 and Daniel B. 
McKinnon, September 2, 1989, Foothills 
Alliance Church, Calgary, Alberta, 
Canada. 

RacheUe Steiner g89 and Todd 
Nelson ps, June 17, 1989, Grace Baptist 
Church, Tahlequah, OK. 

Jennifer Watson ps and Matthew 
Misner ps, May 20, 1989, First Mission- 
ary Church, Clyde, OH. 

BIRTHS 

Darla (Schoch) g75 and Roy 
Oksnevad. Joshua Per bom January 12, 
1989 in Brussels, Belgium. Daniel Lars is 
2 years old. 

Jean (Hollenberg) g77 and Adrean Louis. 
Kristi Nicole bom May 13, 1989. 



BIRTHS Cont. 

16615 Hillside Court, Paynesville, MN 
56362. Kristi was greeted by her sister 
Stephanie, age 2. 

Peggy (Beck) g77 and Tim Thomas. 
Timothy Joseph H. "TJ", bom July 17, 1989, 
joins his sister Shandra (4). 304 E. Clemmcr, 
Chamberlain, SD 57325. 

Karon (Whitcher) fs 78-79 and Kerry 
Briggs. Leah Nicole bom June 26, 1989. 
2416 Roth Drive, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 
44221. 

Jill and Merle Moser g80. Clark Mathias 
bom March 6, 1989. 566 Hendricks Street, 
Beme,IN 46711 

Darlene (Loucks) g80 and Larry 
Hyland fs 79-82. Melissa Faye bom 
October 25, 1988, joining her older brother 
Joshua David (7) and Lydia May (4). They 
are active in the Presbyterian Church and 
Darlene is involved with the Christian and 
Professional Women's Club. Their address is 
Box 2724, SunValley, ID 83353 

Chris (Thomas) g80 and Steve Rupp 
g80 Justin L bom March 30, 1989. R.R.#1 
Box 104, Archbold, OH 43502 

Diana (Weeks) fs 80-81 and Mark 
Neuenschwander fs 80-81 Tyler Mark bom 
February 26, 1989. Tyler joins sister Dawn 
(6) and brother Craig (3). 461 E. Franklin 
Street, Beme, IN 46711 

Becki and Steve Ware g81, Rachael 
Victoria bom August 13, 1989. P.O. Box 58, 
Napoleon, IN 47034. 

Rhonda (Ney) fs 79-81 and Neal Hauser 
g82. Bradley bom March 29, 1989. 41 14 
Becker Road, Woodbum, IN 46797 

Karla (Traxler) g83 and Duane Mabee 
g83. Lydia Rachelle bom January 2, 1989. 
331 West Rudisill Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 
46807 

Julie (Springer) g82 and Jay Lininger 
g84 Jeremy James bom May 9, 1989. Route 
1, Box 156, Archbold, OH 43502 

Lori (Zernack) g84 and Kevin Binkerd. 
Jordan Isaac bom September 12, 1988. 155 
S. Park Lane, Butler. IN 46721 

Pauline and Jose Castillo fs 83 - 84. Josue 
bom July 31, 1989. 622 Putnam, Fort 
Wayne, IN 46807. Joins Jose M. who was 
bom Febmary 20, 1985. 



BIRTHS cont. 

Lolly (Schafer) g84 and Brent Shaw. 
Jesse Lane bom August 2, 1989. 508 E. 
Winter, Greenville, IL 62246. 

Sandra (Carpenter) g85 and David 
Rollins fs 83-85. Jonathan bom November 
22, 1988. Box 636, Wagner, SD 57380. 

Marie (Fancher) g83 and Donn Dietz 
g86. David Addison bom February 5, 

1988. 1592 Woodman Drive, Apt. 15, 
Dayton, OH 45432. 

Kelli (Armstrong) g86 and Dan 
Larson g86. Nicholas Clark Bom April 8, 

1989. 130 52nd Street Apt 10-C, Meridian, 
MS 39301 

Deb and Terry Clark fs 85-87. Jordan 
David bom May 23, 1989. 2712 Prairie 
Grove, Fort Wayne, IN 46809. 

Renae g79 and Charles Schwab g89. 

Jared Michael bom June 1, 1989. Jared has 
a brother Josiah Wesley. 3927 Walden 
Run, Fort Wayne, IN 46815. 

IN MEMORY 

Sylvan Hausser g22 went to be with 
the Lord on March 25, 1989. Rev. 
Hausser was a missionary in Venezuela for 
16 years; Ecuador for 21 years, and was 
custodian at Missionary Church Headquar- 
ters for 9 years. He and his wife, Ada 
(Smith) g44, were members of the Holton 
Avenue Missionary Church and spent 
many Sunday afternoons visiting the sick 
and encouraging people in the Lord. 

Luella Burley g31 & 61 went into the 
presence of the Lord on Friday, August 1 1, 
1989. A missionary for many years in 
India, Luella never stopped helping others. 

Dennis Doran g87, was injured while 
riding a bicycle on Sunday, August 6 and 
died August 12, 1989. 



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Kathryn Anne Swanson, daughter of 
Jon and Nancy Swanson (present faculty), 
was bom on July 28, 1989 with genetic 
disorders. After five full weeks of life 
with the Swansons and the College family, 
she went to be with the Lord on September 
1, 1989. 

KEY: g = graduate fs = former student 
ps = present student 




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PEARL WILLIAMS-JONES TRIO 

If you like spirituals, gospel music, or have a flare for the classical idiom, you will 
be carried away with the enthusiasm, warmth, and superb performance of Black- 
American music by the PEARL 
WILLIAMS-JONES TRIO. MS. 
JONES, singer, songwriter, and 
pianist, is recognized internationally 
as a leading authority in Afro- 
American gospel music and has 
performed in places such as Carnegie 
Hall and Kennedy Center. 

As director of Bible Way Radio 
Chior and host of a weekly radio 
program, MS. JONES will present a 
stirring program with piano, percus- 
sion, and bass accompaniment. What 
an evening of celebration! Join us on 
November 11th! 

Nov. 11, Saturday - 7:30 p.m. 
General Admission Ticket Price - $6.00 



THE CATHEDRALS 

What is synonymous with Southern Gospel Music? THE 
CATHEDRALS! Returning to our campus for the second time, THE CA- 
THEDRALS come with musical excellence and commitment to quality. 

Their songs communicate hope 
and joy, and their humor contrib- 
utes to a delightful evening. 

Plan to unwind from the holi- 
days, relax with us, and enjoy a 
great evening of fun and music on 
January 11th! 

Jan. 11 - Thursday 7:30 p.m. 

General Admission Ticket Price: 

$7.50 -Floor -- $6.00 Stadium 




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