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James madison university 

harrisonburg, Virginia 22801 

1978 bluestone vol. 70 



editor-in-chief 

maureen gallagher 

associate editor 

anne stiles 

photography editor 

bob leverone 

business manager 

denise derrickson 

typing editor 

kim henry 



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table of 




contents 




graduates 

patti o'donnell 


31 


athletics 

kevin geer 


133 


underclassmen 

kim crossett 


205 


fraternities 

paula barnard 


281 


sororities 

paula barnard 


291 


organizations 

paula barnard 


301 


academics 

patti o'donnell 


353 


patrons 

your parents 


373 




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homecoming revue 1977 




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who's who in american 

colleges and universitites . . . 




1 to r: first row — maureen gallagher, laurie hosmanek, patty glover, kate tunnel, linda bowers, jo ann michael, second row — Judy stowe, leatha 
alcamo, linda m. Washington, jayne flowers, cindy lawhorn, susan thompson, cheryl lawson, teresa long, third row — jim ingersoll, denise 
derrickson, mark tracz, greg kraus, mike dewitt, mark wilkerson, duane tibbetts, paul manning. 



29 



visiting 

scholars 



fall 



John C. Merrill, Professor of Journalism, University of 
Missouri. 

"Some Thoughts on Journalistic 

Ethics" 

S. L. Glashow, Professor of Physics, Harvard University 
"Nature's Basic Building Blocks" 

Williams E. Everson, Lecturer, Writer, and Film Curator, 
New School for Social Research 

"Art Direction in Film" 



spring 



John C. Gibbs. Psychology Research 

"The Interactivist Trend in Psy- 
chology and Evoluntionary Biology" 

Dorothy V. Harris. Professor of Physical Education, The 

Pennsylvania State University 

"The Female in Sport and Contempo- 
rary Society" 

H. Bentley Glass, Distinguished Professor of Biology, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook 

"Promethus and Pandora: Dilemma of 

Our Times" 

Ruth Jacobs, Professor of Sociology, Boston University 
"Social Aspects of Aging" and 
"Changing Family Patterns" 




30 




STEVEN J. ALBRITE 
Management/Marketing 

LEATHA ANN ALCAMO 
Communication Arts 



CHRISTOPHER K. ALEO 
General Social Science 



32 




SUSAN DIANE ALFORD 
French 



MIRIAM ALICE ALLEN 
Early Childhood Education 

PAMELA ANN AMOS 
Communication Arts/History 



FRED GRANT ANDERSON JR. 
Management/Marketing 



JOSEPH "MACK" ANDERSON 
Management 



DONNA JEAN ANDREWS 
Community Health 



MICHAEL H. ANESTOS 
English/Communication Arts 



KRISTI ELSIE ANGEL 
Home Economics 



TADA BETH ARTHUR 
Mental Retardation 



TINA LEE ARTHUR 
Management 



J. PIERCE ASKERGREN 
Communication Arts 



ROBERT CLAIBORNE ATKINS JR. 
Management/Marketing 



33 



SUE NORTON ATKINS 
Math 



E. LYNN ATKINSON 
Communication Arts 



WILLIAM HERBERT AYERS III 
Biology 



KATHERINE C. BAGBY 
Social Work 



SANDRA L. BAILEY 
Physical Education 



BETH R. BAKER 
P.E./Elementarv Education 



TERRl L. BAKER 
Art Education 



WAYNE ELLIOTT BAKER 
Communication Arts 



JEAN L. BALL 
Early Childhood Education 



SHERRY lEANNE BALL 
Mental Retardation 



ROBIN LYNNETTE BALLENGEE 
Early Childhood Education 



WOODY KENT BANE 
General Social Science 




34 




RICHARD S. BARCUS 
Psychology/Political Science 



WILLIAM M. BAREFOOT 
Communication Arts 



MICHAEL CHARLES BARRON 
Economics 



ALICE JEAN BARROW 
Communication Arts 



DONNA JEAN BAUS 
Music Education 



MELINDA S. BAXTER 
Early Childhood Education 



KATHY JEAN BEARDEN 
Mental Retardation 



MARTHA MANNING BEAVERS 
Music Education 



TERRI L, BECKER 
Management/Marketing 



DIANE ELAINE BEDWELL 
Management/Math 

MELINDA ANN BENDY 
Early Childhood Education 

BRENDA JOYCE BENGTSON 
Emotional Distrubance 



35 



WILLIAM JOHN BERGERIA 
Social Science 



SUSAN LEIGH BERRY 
Home Economics 



JEROME M. BEVERAGE 
Business Administration 



BARRY JOHN BIBB 
General Social Science 



JEANEEN ANN BICKFORD 
Dietetics 



ELAINE SUSAN BIRCH 
Library Science/History 



PATRICIA LEE BLANTON 
Home Economics 



CINDY LOU BLOOM 
Home Economics 



SANDY BLOOM 
Social Work 



STEVEN G. BOEHM 
Management 

GINGER LORI BOHON 
Elementary Education 

ROBERT ALLAN BOLENDER 
Data Processing 




36 




KENT EMERSON BOND 
Political Science 



CORY GRAYSON BONNEY 
Communication Arts 



MARTHA E. BOOTH 
Emotional Disturbance 



RICK BOOTH 
Political Science 



WILLIAM BROOKS BORGES 
Psychology/Political Science 



ANN L. BOTKIN 
Business Education 



DALE HUNTINGTON BOTTUM 
Communication Arts 



37 



DIANE BOWE 
Early Childhood Education 



D. ROBIN BOWERS 
Office Administration 



GAIL Y. BOWERS 
History 



LINDA K. BOWERS 
Home Economics Education 



JOSEPHINE VICTORIA BOWLES 
Music Education 



PATRICE C. BOWLES 
Speech Pathology 



JOSEPH E, BOWLING 
Geology 



CAROLYN CHRISTINE BOWMAN 
FrenchiSpanish 



DEBRA JEAN BOWMAN 
Home Economics 



JAN MARIE BOWMAN 
Speech Pathology 



THOMAS P. BOWMAN 
Community Health 



ANN PRICE BRADLEY 
Accounting/Data Processing 




38 




DIANA JOY BRANDT 
Art 



DOUG BRANDT 
Emotional Disturbance 



ROBERT J. BREIMANN 
Political Science 



DOUGLAS ALAN BRENNAN 
Art 



PHILIP F, BRENNAN 
Management 



DAVID BRENT 
Political Science 



RICHARD DENNIS BRENT 
Sociology 



STEVEN R. BRIDGES 
Communication Arts 



JANE LEE BRIGGS 
Social Work/Psychology 



MATTHEW ALAN BRIGHT 
Biology/History 



PAUL FERNANDO BRITT 
Management/Marketing 



GARY W. BROADWATER 
Management 



39 



SUSAN MCRAE BROOKS 
Elementary Education 



E. DENISE BROWN 
Speech Pathology 



REGINA ALBERTRICE BROWN 
English 



SUZANNE J. BROWNE 
Speech Pathology 

ROBIN LYNN BRUMBACK 
Psychology 



WILLIAM RANGELEY BRUMFIELD 
Accounting 



BRENDA LEE BRUNNER 
Early Childhood Education 



CHRISTINE P. BRYAN 
Office Administration 




40 




MARTHA A. BRYAN 
Distributive Education 



MITZI GAIL BRYANT 
Social Work 



ALICE NAN BUCKLAND 
Elementary Education 



ANN WINSTON BUDD 
Social Work 



EDWARD F. BUDDS 
Communication Arts 



ARLEEN ROSE BURKE 
Dietetics 



JOHN SCOTT BURNER 
Management 



JAMES N. BURROUGHS 
Political Science 



MARY NANETTE BUTLER 
Communication Arts 



SUSAN ELIZABETH BUTLER 
Home Economics 



LAURIE BUTTERWORTH 
Elementary Education 



JAMES FRANKLIN BUTTERY 
Poll. Sci./Gen.Soc. Sci. 



NAOMI TERESA LOUISE BUTTS 
Home Economics 



KAREN LAVERN BYRD 
Medical Technology 



WAYNE MAURICE BYRD 
Management/Marketing 



KENNETH JAY BYWATERS 
Accounting 



MICHELLE EVE CADMAN 
Speech Pathology 



DEBBIE JEAN CAIN 
El. Ed./Library Science 




42 




PAUL ALAN CAMPBELL 
Sociology/Social Work 



SHARON ROACH CAMPBELL 
Emotional Disturbance 



JOANNE MARIE CANNON 
Emotional Disturbance 



MICHAEL ANTHONY CANOVA 
Psychology 



LOUISE DIANE CARCHEDI 
Mental Retardation 



JOE SIMPSON CARICO 
General Social Science 



DOUGLAS B. CARL 
Biology 



ROBERT JOSEPH CARLIN 
Management 



43 



ROBERT OLAF CARLSON JR. 
Political Science 



KAREN JO CARNES 
Mental Retardation 



KEITH A. CARNEY 
MathyEnglish 



ANNE AMBLER CARRINGTON 
Math/Secondary Education 



MARY CARY CARRINGTON 
Health 



BRIAN T. CARROLL 

Management/Marketing 



MARY KEEN CARROLL 
Sociology 



JANET GAYLE CARTER 
English 



KIM CARTER 
Economics 



LINDA FAY CARTER 
Math 



ROSS LYNN CARTER JR. 
Accounting 



VICKI ANN CARVER 
Early Childhood Education 




44 




MARY ELIZABETH CASCIANO 
Physical Education/Health 



CAROLYN ANN CASH 
Economics 



PETER WILLIAM CATALFAMO 
Accounting 



WES CATON 
Graphic Design 

DIANE PATRICIA CAYCE 
Physical Education 



A, JEAN CHAMBERLAIN 
Early Childhood Education 



DANIEL K. CHAMBERLAIN 
Marketing 

CAROL LYNN CHAPMAN 
Psychology 

DAVID ROSS CHASE 
Physical Education 



LAI CHING CHEUNG 
Economics 



DEBORAH ANN CHISHOLM 
Speech Pathology 



LAURA LEE CHISOM 
Mental Retardation 



45 



LESLIS ). CIRELLI 
Sociology/Social Work 



CARLO DENISE CLARK 
Communication Arts 



DEBRA L. CLARK 
Physical Education 



DONNA JEAN CLARK 
Early Childhood Education 



SHARON ANN CLARY 
Management 



GENE RICHARD CLATTERBAUGH 
Psychology 



RANDALL LEE CLAY 
Art Education 



RONALD ARTHUR CLINE 
Management 




46 




REBECCA ANNE GLOWER 
Community Health 



LINDA ANNE COCKROFT 
Emotional Disturbance 



DAVID M.E. COE 

Political Science/Public Admin. 



SUSAN M. COFFELT 
Chemistry 



LEE N. COLBERT 
Social Work 



SUSAN ANN COLE 
Dietetics 



ELIZABETH A. COLEMAN 
Accounting 

MARY M. COLEMAN 
Marketing 

DAVID COLLINS 
Geology 



MARY DENISE COLLINS 
Accounting 



MELISSA CATHARINE COLLINS 
Health 



STUART KEITH COLONNA JR. 
Accounting 



47 



MARGARET E. COMITZ 
Early Childhood Education 



KAREN ANNE CONABOY 
Early Childhood Education 



GLORIA ]. CONDON 
Business Education 



KATHY ALLISON CONSTANT 
Economics/Communication Arts 



GLORIA J. CONSTANTINO 
Social Work 



EDWARD F. CONWAY 
Political Science 



T. SCOTT CONYERS 
Early Childhood Education 



ANN MARIE COOK 
Mental Retardation 




48 




GAIL WINIFRED COOK 
Political Science 



GILBERT A. COOK 
Management/Marketing 



FRANCES MARIE CORBETT 
Biology 



MARY LYNN CORBIN 
Social Work 



JOAN KEOHANE CORCORAN 
Spanish 



MARY ANNE COURLAS 
Business Education 



CAROL ANNE CRAIG 
Psychology 



MARK STEVEN CRANE 
Communication Arts 



MARIAN PAULETTE CRAWFORD 
Geology 



STEPHEN R. CRAWFORD SR. 
Management/Marketing 



PATRICIA ANN CREAGH 
Political Science 



CHERYL LYNN CREECH 
Speech Pathology 



49 



LARRY CLINTON CREW 
Music 



JAMES W. CRITES 
Chemistry 



WARNER T. CROCKER JR. 
Communication Arts 



SABRINA LYNN CROCKETT 
Mental Retardation 



DEBBIE ANN CROFT 
Speech Pathology 



ELIZABETH A. CROSS 
Dietetics 



ROBERT M. CROWLEY 
Accounting; 



DREXEL DECOSTER CROWSON 

Accounting 

BEVERLY ANN CRLHSE 
Music Management 



MARY JILL CRUMP 
Math 



PHILIP B. CULKIN 
Geology 

WINNIE C. CUNNINGHAM 
Data Processing 




50 




DAVID PETER CURRO 
Social Work 



ANN LEGATO CUSTIS 
Library Science/Elem. Ed. 

DANIEL LLOYD CUTHRIELL 
Political Science/Sociology 



JERRY LEE OUTRIGHT 
Physical Education 



PATTY CYR 

Mental Retardation/Psych. 



BRIAN STANLEY CZEGHOWSKI 
Hotel Restaurant Management 



HELEN ANNE DAFFRON 
Management/Marketing 



HEIDI PATRIGE DALE 
Psychology/Sociology 



JANE DALTON 
Psychology 



CATHERINE LOUISE DANFORD 

Social Work 



PATRICIA A. DANLEY 
Mental Retardation 



HENRIETTA VERNIGE DARCUS 
Psychology 



51 



PAT DAVIDSON 
Library Science/Elementary Ed 



HUMMER DAVIS 
Psychology/Sociology 



JACQUELINE KAY DAVIS 
Business Education 



LAURA RENEE DAVIS 
Art 



MARK ALLEN DAVIS 
Physical Education 



PATRICIA A. DAVIS 
Mental Retardation 



ROSE T. DAVIS 
Psychology/Management 



WILLIAM E. DAVIS 
Physical Education 



THOMAS R. DEAL JR. 
Management 



BERNARD NELSON DEAN )R. 
Art 




52 



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KATHY LOU DEAN 
Merchandising 



CHERYL ANN DEBOSHEY 
Home Economics 



TERRILE LEE DECOOK 
French 



SHARON ANN DELAWDER 
Biology 



NEVIN D. DELLINGER 
Business Administration 



RALPH J. DEMARCO 
Elementary Education 



DANIEL JAMES DEMPSEY 
Geology/General Science 



DEBORAH L. DENNEY 
Political Science 



DENISE ANNE DERRICKSON 
General Social Science 



WILLIAM C. DESONIA 
Management/Marketing 



DEBORAH LYNN DETAMORE 
Early Childhood Education 



RONALD C. DEVINE 
ManagementyMarketing 



MICHAEL HUNLEY DEWITT 
General Social Science 



SUSAN KAY DICKENSON 
Elementary Education 



CAROL LYNN DICKINSON 
Geography 

DOUGLAS W. DIEHL 
Management 



MELODY W. DIEHL 
Music Education 



TRUDY LYNN DILL 
Psychology 

SHARON DENISE DILLARD 
Early Childhood Education 



DONNA MARIA DOBECK 
Mental Retardation 




54 







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CATHY DOETZER 
Physical Education 



KATHY ANNE DORNICH 
Business Education 



JOHN SCOTT DORSEY 

Math 




PATRICK JOSEPH DOSH 
Management 



MARK ALLEN DOUGLAS 
Business Admin./Management 



THERESA ANN DOWNING 
Psychology/Sociology 



NANNETTE AUSTIN DRAKE 
Communication Arts 



SUSAN FA YE DRAKE 
Early Childhood Education 



LU DRAPER 
Emotional Disturbance 



ELLEN MELISSA DRIVER 
Early Childhood Education 



MARTHA L. DUDLEY 
Art/Communication Arts 



DAVID EARL DUNCAN 
Political Science/Psychology 



55 



DOREEN C. DUNCANSON 
Merchandising 



JEAN LYNNE DUNNINGTON 
Art 



CYNTHIA FA YE DUPRE 
Management/Marketing 



DAVID DUTTON 
Physical and Heahh Education 

KAREN DWORNICK 
English 



DANIEL EDWARD DWYER 
Economics 



KENNETH DALE EADES 
Physical Education 



PATSY ANNE EAKIN 
Accounting 

SHERRIE EARL 
Biology 



ROBERT ADAIR EDMONSON 
Physical and Health Education 



RALPH J. EDWARDS 
ManagementyMarketing 



STEPHEN R. EISENBAUGH 
Communication Arts 




56 




BUCKY ELLIOTT 
Geology 



KAREN JAYNE ELLIS 
Management/Marketing 



MARTHA LEA ELLISON 
Communication Arts 



SUSAN KAY ELMORE 
Physical and Health Education 



JANICE MARIE ELY 
Mental Retardation 



KATHERINE LOUISE ENGLEMAN 
Early Childhood Education 



AUCE E. ERB 
Social Work 



KAREN JEAN ERVINE 
Early Childhood Education 



SHARON LYNN ESTEP 
Geography 



RUTH ETHEREDGE 
Library Science/History 



SUSAN LEIGH ETHERINGTON 
Home Economics 



JEAN S. EURE 
Elementary Education 



MERLE LOUISE EVANS 
Physical and Health Education 

VIRGINIA LYNN EVENSON 
Early Childhood Education 

KAREN ANN EWELL 
Marketing 



ROBIN CAMILLE EWINC; 
Library Science/Elementary Ed. 



WAYNE L. EWING 
Management 



MARY ELIZABETH Farrell 
Speech Pathology 



CINDI L. FARTHING 
Interior Design 



DARRYL BRIAN FAUBER 
Management/Marketing 




58 




DONALD EDWARD FECHER 

Accounting 



SHARl NEAL FERGUSON 
Social Work 



VALERIE LYNN FERUS 
Social Work 



CATHARINE L. FIELD 
Psychology/Sociology 



PAMELA MCLEDD FINES 
Elementary Education/Art 



JANET LYNN FITZGERALD 
Medical Technology 



DAVID FLANDER 
Economics 



ANDREA JEANNE FLEMING 
Office Administration 



STEPHANY DIANE FLORY 
Business Administration 



JAYNE TURPIN FLOWERS 
Sociology 



LYNN MARIE FONTAINE 
Elementary Education 



DIANE LOUISE FONTANA 
Latin 



59 



MARY CHRISTINE FORD 
Dietetics 



ANN WOODY FOSTER 
Management 



FRED B. FOUNTAINE 
Management 



MARY ANN FOWLER 
History 



CATHERINE D. FOX 
Mental Retardation 



NITA H. FOX 
Early Childhood Education 



PAULETTE FAYE FRANKLIN 
Emotion Disturbance 



THERESA MARIE FRESCHI 
Mental Retardation 



JUNE M. FRINKS 
Psychology/Social Work 



VALERIE FRITZ 
Office Administration 



KATHLEEN D. FROEHLICH 
Early Childhood Education 



PETER TODD FUGE 
Management/Marketing 




60 




SUSAN STEPHANIE FULLER 
Art Education 



GARY K. FULLERTON 
English 



RICHARD CHARLES FULTON 
Communication Arts 



DEBRA LYNN FUNK 
Emotional Disturbance 



LAURA VIRGINIA FUNK 
Music Education 



MARK ANDREW GABORIK 
History 



MAUREEN THERESA GALLAGHER 
Emotional Disturbance 



JAMES ELGIN GALLEHER II 
General Social Science 



MICHAEL STERLING GALLIER 
Math 



KAREN SUE GAMBLE 
Psychology 



JOHN WALTER GANDER 
Political Science 



VICTORIA LYNN GARBETT 
Medical Technology 



61 



MELANIE ANN GARDIOL 
Community Health 



PATTY GARDNER 
Office Administration 



RUTH ANNE GARRETT 
Health and Physical Education 



C. MARK GARWOOD 
Communication Arts 



KATHLEEN JOAN GASKILL 
Economics 



KEVIN CHARLES GEER 
Biology 

DAVID ANDREW GIBBS 
Psychology 



MICHAEL DARDEN GIBSON 
Art Education 




62 




SUSAN GILBERT 
English 



DEBORAH LYNN GILES 
Early Childhood Education 



MARTHA OLIVE GILKEY 
Home Economics 



SHARON LOUISE GITTMAN 
Home Economics/Business Admin. 



PATRICIA JOY GLOVER 
Music Education 



DOUBLAS JOHN GODESKY 
Geology 



MARY JO GOFFREDI 
Early Childhood Education 



JUDITH E. GOODALL 
Art 



DEBORAH A. GOODWIN 
Dietetics 



S. LORRAINE GORDON 
Psychology 



63 



GAY LOUISE GORRELL 
Office Administration 



BONNIE CAROL GOSNEY 
General Social Science/Pol. Sci. 



CARL A. GOTTS 
Political Science 



DONNA M. GRAHAM 
Home Economics Education 



MARTHA SUE GRAHAM 
Speech Pathology 



MAEBETH GRASSINI 
Art 



MICHAEL GREEHAN 
Accounting 



JACQUELINE S. GREENE 
English/Art History 



JOHN H. GREENE 
Physical Education 



SARA JO GREENE 
Early Childhood Education 



JOHN ROBERT GRIFFIN 
ManagementyMarketing 



RICHARD WHIT GRIGGS 
Geology 




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64 




REBECCA JO GRIGSBY 
Health 



SUSAN ELIZABETH GRIMES 
Biology 



ROBERT P. GRIMESEY 
Communication Arts 



VICKIE B. GRIM 
Psychology 



DIANA FAY GRIMM 
Music Education 



JUDY K. GRISSOM 
Elementary Education 



T. DAVID GRIST 
Business Administration 



LAWRENCE S. GROVES 
Biology 



BONNIE L. GRUEL 
Management/Marketing 



LYNN NANCY GUNSSER 
Dietetics 



ROBERT B. GUNTHARP 
Political Science 



NANCY R. GUY 
Mental Retardation 



65 



BARBARA ]. HACK 
Earlv Childhood Education 



SUSAN KAY HAGBERG 
Social Work 



LINDA ANN HAHN 
Psychology 



OSCAR CEDRIC HAILEY 
Management/Marketing 



LINDA LEE HAINES 
Economics 



KATHERINE MARIE HAITHCOCK 
Economics 



CINDY LOU HALE 
Biology 



JANICE HALL 
Art 



MONTTE MICHELLE HALL 
Early Childhood Education 



SANDRA HALL 
Dietetics 



SUSAN BETH HALMAN 
Library Science/Elementary Ed. 

WILLIAM L. HALTERMAN 
Management/Marketing 




66 




GAIL LYNN HAMILTON 
Home Economics 



KIM HAMMOND 
Emotional Disturbance 



ALVIN EUGENE HAMPTON 
Elementary Education 

ANDREA B. HAMPTON 
Speech Pathology 



LEONARD HAMPTON 

Math 



VERNON CURTIS HANSEN 
Communication Arts 



PAM HARDESTY 
Home Economics 



GARY LEE HARDGROVE 
Political Science 



67 



DAVID LESLIE HARDWICK 
Biology 



JANICE FA YE HARLOW 
Art 



FREDERICK WINSTON HARMAN 
EnglishyPolitical Science 



TINA MARIE HARPER 
Speech Pathology 



BETTY SUSAN HARRIS 
Accounting 



CYNTHIA V. HARRIS 
EnglishyHistory 



M, KATHERINE HARRIS 
Emotional Disturbance/Psych. 



NANCY B. HARRIS 
Dietetics 



PATTI K. HARRIS 
Office AdministrationyMgment. 



PAUL P. HARRIS 
Elementarv Education 



LORRAINE ANN HARfUSON 
Social Work 



KEITH D. HARTLESS 
Music Education 




68 




CURTIS D. HARTMAN 
Management 



PAMELA S. HARVEY 
Early Childhood Education 



CHERYL DENISE HASH 
Early Childhood Education 



THERESA ANNE HASTY 
History/General Social Science 



M. CAROLINE HATCH 
Speech Pathology 



NINA R. HATHAWAY 
English 



MARY KIM HAVERTY 
Accounting 



NANCY CLAIRE HAVNAER 
Speech Pathology 



SANDRA L. HAWES 
Early Childhood Education 



SALLY GLOVER HAWKINS 
Social Work 

BRIAN P. HAWKINSON 
Management/Marketing 



ANITA LYNNE HAYNES 
Social Work 



69 



KATHLEEN ANNETTE HEBARD 
Marketing 



HUNT RANDOLPH HEDRICK 
Business Administration 



LINDA ANNE HEINARU 
Business Administration 



RAY A. HEINE 
ManagementiMarketing 



JAMES CRAIG HENNESSEE 
Gen. See. Science 



KIM MERIS HENRY 
Office Administration 



THOMAS C. HENSCHEN 
Accounting 

R. KEITH HENSLEY 
History 

HAROLD A. HENTHORN 
Geology 



DORIS LYNNE HERBAUGH 
Accounting 



MICHAEL LEE HERN 
Political Science 



MARY CHRISTINA HERTZ 
French 




70 




ELAINE HESS 
Physical Education 

SANDRA LYNN HEUBACH 
Psychology 



LAWRENCE G. HICKMAN 
Art 



BRADFORD A. HILL 
Marketing 

CRAIG D. HILTWINE 
Accounting/Management 



SUSAN ANN HINDMAN 
EnglishiComm. Arts. 



RANDOLPH C. HITE 
Accounting 



KAREN JOYCE HOBBS 
English/Comm. Arts 



PAMELA HEANNE HOCKER 
Early Childhood Education 



I BEVERLEY SUE HOCKMAN 
T Political Science 



JOHN L. HODGES, JR. 
Communication Arts 



MARGARET ANN HOFMANN 
Home Economics 



71 



HENRY E. HOLDREN 
Communication Arts 



KELLENE MARY HOLLEY 
Comm. Arts/Poli. Sci. 



JUDY BLANCHE HOLLIDAY 
Social Work 



LINDA R. HOLLIS 
Economics/Math 



BARBARA JEAN HOLSINGER 
Home Economics Education 



ROBERT M. HONOUR 
Social Work 



DIANE HOOVER 
Emotional Disturbance 



FLORENCE RUTH HOPE 
Early Childhood Education 



MARY LOUISE HOPKINS 

Math 



ELLEN HORANSKY 
Communication Arts 




72 




JUSTIN L. HORNE 
Physics 



LAURIE K. HOSMANEK 
Emotional Disturbance 



CATHERINE ANN HOTT 
Mental Retardation 



TERRY EARLE HOUFF 
Music Education 



VIRGINIA ODELL HOUSE 
Psychology 

WILLIAM L. HOWARD 
Accounting 



DEBBI ANN HOY 

Early Childhood Education 



DAVID JOHN HUBER 
Political Science 



PAULA ANN HUBLER 
Special Education 



JOHN MICHAEL HUBLEY 
Marketing 



DAVID PAUL HUFF 
Management/Marketing 



JEFFREY HUFFMAN 
Management/Marketing 



SHARON LYNN HUFFMAN 
Psychology 



KATHl SUE HUGHES 
Communication Arts 



KATHY PARKER HUGHES 
Management 

STEPHEN HUGHES 
Accounting 



JANE ELSA HUIE 
Management 



DONALD A. HULVEY 
Accounting 

DOUGLAS ALLEN HULVEY 
Accounting 



SHARON KAY HUNT 
Office Management 



BARBARA JEAN HUSKEY 
Music Education 



JEFFREY PAUL HUTTON 
Music Education 




74 




PATRICIA ANN HYER 
English 



WILLIAM CLARKE HYMAN 
Management 



. COLLEEN ANNETTE HYMES 

' ' ' Communication Arts 



JANINE M. IFKOVITS 
Speech Pathology 



WILLIAM F. IGOE III 
Management 



RITA GAIL INGE 
English 



JAMES LAWRENCE INGERSOLL 
Accounting 



DIANE IRISH 
Home Economics 



RONALD EDWARD IVES 
Communication Arts 



DEBORAH A. JACKSON 
Early Childhood Education 



KAREN FRANCES JACKSON 

Math 



\ . M. ANNE JACOBS 

Early Childhood Education 



75 



SUZANNE JAMES 
Home Economics 



BETTY DOREEN JENIEC 
Home Economics 



SUSAN L. JENKINS 
Elementary Education 



AMY DANITA JENNINGS 
Speech Pathology 



MARK L. JESSUP 
Communication Arts 



PATRICIA ANN JOHNS 
Communication Arts/Economics 



ELIZABETH LEIGH JOHNSON 
Communication Arts 



THERESA MARIE JOHNSON 
Social Work 



JEAN M. JONSTON 
Merchandising 



JENNY O'BRYAN JONES 
Health 



LAURA BESS JONES 
Early Childhood Education 



BETTYE RUTH JOYCE 
Psychology 




76 




THOMAS N, JUCARONE 
Music Education 



PEGGY ANN KAMBEITZ 
Marketing 



GREGORY ROBERT KANDT 
Special Education 



DENYCE KAY 

Data Processing/Of. Admin. 

KAREN LYNN KAZEN 
Management 



CONSTANCE MARIE KEARNS 
Spanish 



KAREN ANN KECK 

Early Childhood Education 



WILEY C. KEEL JR. 
Accounting 



EDWARD V. KEENS 
Biology 



MARTY WATTS KEENS 
Home Economics Education 



BETTY STANTON KEITH 
Social Work 



PAUL B. KELCHNER 
Physical Education 



77 



JOHN EDWIN KELHER 
Political Science 



TIM KELLEY 
General Social Sciences 



ANN T. KELLY 
Social Work 



MOLLIE THERESA KELLY 
Social Work 



JUDITH CHILDRESS KEMP 
Elementary Education 



CHRISTINE ANN KENNEDY 
Nursing 



MARK J. KENNEDY 
Accounting 



ELIZABETH ANN KENNETT 
Early Childhood Education 




78 



a 




KATHERINE ELIZABETH KENT 
Office Administration 



RON KENT 

General Social Sciences 



SUE KENYON 
Office Administration 



MARY ELIZABETH KERN 
Psychology/Sociology 

DANNY J. KESNER 
Accounting 

B. SHERRILL KEY 
Office Management 



LINDA M. KIBLER 

Early Childhood Education 

ALLYSON D. KIDD 
I Psychology 



MARY MOORE KILBY 
Home Economics Education 



KATHRYN LEE KILMAN 
English 

SHEILA FAITH KINYON 
Elementary Education 

MARY HELEN KIRBY 
Early Childhood Education 



79 



WALTER F. KIRCHER 
Business Administration 



BETH KIRKMAN 
Home Economics 



STEVEN E. KISH II 
Data Processing 



PAUL LEWIS KITCHEN 
Physics 



CURTIS PAUL KLANN 
Data Processing 



MARLEN JOHN KLOPP 
Management/Marketing 



ROBERT CARTER KLUGE 
Management 



LORRIE A. KOMAR 
French/Political Science 



NANCY PATRICIA KOPPELMAN 
Data Processing 



JEFFERY KRAUS 
Political Science 



KATHLEEN E. KREPELA 
Biology 

EVE ANN KRIVORUCHKA 
Early Childhood Education 




80 




STEPHEN JAY KRIZAY 
Accounting 



LAURA LABIENIEC 
Biology 



RICHARD BRUCE LAM 
Chemistry/Math 



CHARLES E. LAMB 
Chemistry 



MARY ELIZABETH LAMBERT 
Math 



GRACE EVELYN LAMM 
Early Childhood Education 



CHRISTINE P. LANDRY 
Psychology/Sociology 



ELLEN MARIE LANZISERA 
Distributive Education 



81 



ROBYN ANN LANE 
Office Administration 



DEBORAH LEE LASH 
Business Educationj'Psychology 



JUDITH ANN LASH 
Music Merchandising 



KATHY SUE LASSITER 
Social Work 



ROBERT A. LASSITER JR. 
Management/Marketing 



CYNTHIA LEE LAWHORN 
Speech Pathology 



DEBORAH SUE LAWMAN 
Dietetics 



LISA MARIE LAWRENCE 
Psychology 

KATHERINE ANN LAWSON 
Early Childhood Education 



WILLIAM M. LAWSON 
Biology 



BETTY LYNN LAYMEN 
Home Economics 



SHERI JANE LAYMAN 
Chemistry 




82 




DONNA GAIL LAYTON 
Art 



PETE JOHN LAZZARO 
General Social Sciences 



HOWARD C. LEACH 
Sociology 



MARY A. LEARY 
English/Sociology 



JOHN M. LEATHERMAN 
Art 



MEREDITH KAY LEATHERWOOD 
Merchandising 



MICHAEL C. LEE 
Accounting/Economics 



ROBERT W. LEE 
General Sciences 



ROGER DAVID LEE 
Management/Marketing 



STEVE RICHARD LEEOLOU 
Communication Arts 



CATHY DALE LEIGH 
Elementary Education 



M. LAURIE LESTER 
Math 



83 



DAVID LESLIE LE\a 
Music 



ROBERT HARRIS LEVINE 
Geology 



BILLIE SUE LIGGETT 

Math/Distributive Education 



MARY RITA LINDEN 
Marketing 



WILLIAM T. LINKA 
Political Science 



CYNTHIA MARIE LIPSCOMBE 
Art 



JIM LISBETH 
Management/Marketing 



STEVEN MICHAEL LISTER 
Data Processing 




84 




RICHARD ALAN LOEHNE 
Political Science 



ROBIN REBECCA LONG 
Merchandising 



TERESA A. LONG 

Early Childhood Education 



JOHN JOSEPH LOPYNSKI 
Marketing 



MARY A. LOSA 
Social Work 



JUNE MARIE LOSH 
Dietetics 



MICHAEL JOHN LOUDEN 
Political Science 



STEVEN W. LOUGH 
Accounting 



ANN MCNEILL LOUGHRAN 
Mental Retardation 



CRISTYE LYNN LOVELL 
Art Education 



ROBIN B. LOVETT 
Management 

GINGER LOWE 
Psychology 



85 



GUY ROBERT LOWRY 
Management 

CAROL ANN LUBIAK 
Marketing 



KIRK P. LUCAS 
Communication Arts 



CAROL EMILY LUPIA 
Office Administration 



EDWARD W. LUPTON 
Music 



CATHERINE JANE LUTINSKI 
Communication Arts/Psychology 



DEBRA GAYE MABE 
Mental Retardation 



JULIE W. MABY 
Speech Pathology 



THOMAS M. MACKEY 
Geology 



DEBRA JAN MAGAI 
Business Administration 



MARTHA LENORA MAGALIS 
Sociology 



WALTER MAHER 
Marketing 




86 




PATRICIA MARIE MAHONEY 
Early Childhood Education 



PEGGY MAJER 
Accounting 



LOUIS MALAUSSENA 
Management/Marketing 



DAVID DENNIS MALLORY 
Sociology 



JEFFREY MALOY 
Data Processing 



WILLIAM THOMAS MALTBY 
Management/Marketing 



GEORGE JAMES MANGANO 
Business Administration 



CHARLES E. MANN 
Political Science 



PAUL RAYMOND MANNING 
Economics/Political Science 



RUTH ANN MANNING 
Management 



LAURA A. MARCRUM 
Management/Marketing 



JOAN MARIE MARKOWSKI 
English 



87 



CAROLYN A. MARLOW 
Psychology 



HERBERT DAVID MARLOWE JR. 
Management/Marketing 



BONNIE L. MARR 
Accounting 

BONNIE GAYLE MARTIN 
Accounting/Management 

BRENDA SUE MARTIN 
Speech Pathology 



DEBRA LYNN MARTIN 
Business Administration 



LYNN MARIE MARTIN 
Mental Retardation 



MICHAEL LEE MARTINELLI 
Communication Arts 




88 




NANCY EYRE MARTS 

Early Childhood Ed./Elem. Ed. 



DONNA KAYE MARTZ 
Home Economics 



JOYCE THOMAS MARTZ 

Psychology 



WILLIAM RICARDO MARTZ 
Accounting 



SOPHIA MARUTA 
Russian 



ANNE MASSENBURG 
Speech Pathology 



JAN MASSEY 
Special Education 



LEONARD ELLIOTT MATHEY 
Business Administration 



DEBBIE MATHIS 
Home Economics 



MICHAEL A. MATHISEN 
Accounting/Economics 



MARY ELIZABETH MAY 
Political Science 



LISA ANNE MAYERS 
Home Economics 



89 



JENNIFER LEIGH MCBRIDE 
Music Education 



KEVIN THOMAS MCCAA 
Business Administration 



MOLLIE MCCAULEY 
Early Childhood Education 



KATHY ). MCCLEAF 
Physical and Health Education 



SHARON JEANE MCCLELLAN 
History 



TODD RODGER MCCLIMANS 
Management 



ROBERTA SUSAN MCCORKLE 
Communication Arts/English 



BRENDA G. MCCORMICK 
Elementary Education 

REBECCA LUCILLE MCDANIEL 
Sociology 



ROBERT EDWARD MCFADDEN 
Political Science 



MELISSA ANNE MCFEE 
History 



KATHLEEN MARIE MCGEHEE 
Emotional Disturbance 




90 




ANDREW MCGILVRAY 
Geology 



PEGGY A. MCGINTY 
Communication Arts 



KATHY LOU MCGREGOR 
Home Economics 



SHERRY LYNN MCGUIRE 
Office Administration 



BETTY MCKEE 
Speech Pathology 



SHARON E. MCKENNA 
Elementary Education 



DEBBIE L. MCKEOWN 
Management/Marketing 



DEBORAH LYNN MCKNATT 
Management/Marketing 



JOANNE L. MCKNIGHT 
Emotional Disturbance 



CYNTHIA DIANE MCLARTY 
Political Science 



MARTHA GAY MCMANUS 
Emotional Disturbance 



CINDY MCVAY 

Early Childhood Education 



91 



DENNIS LEE MEAD 
Business Administration 



ELIZABETH ANN MEADOR 
Early Childhood Education 



ROBIN MARIE MEE 
Psychology 



CYNTHIA LYNNE MEEKS 
Geography 



JOHN BYRON MEHLHOFF 
Marketing 



DAVID ALLEN MELLON 
Communication Arts 



VICKY MENDENHALL 
Computer Science/Math 



TARA BETH MENEELEY 
Home Economics 



ANN STANDISH MERRITT 
Social Science 




92 




ELLEN B. MESSICK 
Biology 

NANCY WYNNE METCALFE 
Library Science/Sociology 



JOANN MICHAEL 
Mental Retardation 



MARY JEANETTE MICHANCO 
Geography 



CATHY JEAN MILLER 
Business Education/Of. Admin. 



DAVID MICHAEL MILLER 
Music Education 



s? DEBRA KAY MILLER 

S' Mental RetardationyE.D. 



GEORGE (MIKE) MILLER 
Data Processing 



JANICE RUTH MILLER 
Home Economics 



MAUREEN C. MILLER 
Early Childhood Education 



MICHAEL SCOTT MILLER 
Accounting 



SHELLEY DAWN MILLER 
Chemistry 



TAFFY CAROLYN MILLER 
Psychology 



WAYNE WINSTON MILLER 
Marketing/Psychology 



WILLIAM M. MILLON 
Finance/Management 



KEVIN M. MILLOY 
Math 



EILEEN MITCHELL 
English/Library Science 



THOMAS MITCHELL 
Sociology 



PATRICIA LOUISE MOFFAT 
Mental Retardation 



AMY ELIZABETH MOLES 
Medical Technology 




94 




JANET ANN MOLESWORTH 
Political Science 



JOHN B. MOON III 
Distributive Education 



ANTHONY PETER MOORCONES 
Marketing 



DONNA MARIE MOORE 
Home Economics 



JOYCE ANN MORRELL 
Marketing 



CHRISTINE ANN MORRIS 
Speech Pathology 



SHARON S. MORRIS 
Business Education 



RICHARD W. MOTLEY 
Management/Marketing 



BARRY F. MOUNTAIN 
Political Science 



CAROLINE SUE MOYERS 
Math/Secondary Education 



KATHLEEN LEILANI MUELLER 
Business Administration/Econ. 



CAROLINE PATRICIA MULLANEY 
Business AdministrationyM.R. 



95 



ALICIA L. MUNGER 
Sociology 



JIMMIE GRIMM MURPHEY 
Biology 



SUZANNE MYERS 
Physical and Health Education 



BENJAMIN LEWIS NAFF 
Accounting/Management 



MICHAEL NAFF 
Data Processing 



DAVID I. NAQUIN 
Accounting 



PATRICIA BETH NEAL 
Speech Pathology 

ROBERT P. NEEDHAM 
Physical Education 





LEHMAN EDWARD NELSON ]R, 
Geography 



SYLVIA NELSON 
Music Education 



CYNTHIA L. NESS 
Emotional Distrubance 



SUE ERBELE NICCUM 
Psychology/Education 



DALE ELLEN NICHOLS 
Biology 



DEBORAH S. NICOLAS 
Social Work 



GAIL NIEMAN 

Hotel Restaurant Management 



MELODY DENISE NIGHTINGALE 
Spanish/Russian 



PAUL WARD NIMITZ 
Management/Marketing 



WILLIAM ALBERT NOBLE 
Management/Marketing 



ANITA KAY NOGGLE 
Management/Marketing 



ELIZABETH LYNN NOTARO 
Psychology/Sociology 



97 



STEPHANIE NUNN 
Management / Marketing 




CHERYL LYNN NUNNALLY 
Elementary Education 



RICHARD C. NYE 
Business Administration 



DENISE MARIE NYLAND 
Biology 



WENDY CHRISTINE OBERST 
Psychology / Sociology 



MARY KATHLEEN O'CONNOR 
Accounting 



KAREN MARIE ODIORNE 
Data Processing / Of Admin. 



PATRICIA MARY O'DONNELL 
Psychology 









98 




RICK OFFUT 
Political Science 



MARGARET M. O'LEARY 
Speech Pathology 



MARY J. O'LEARY 

Early Childhood Education 



TIMOTHY ARTHUR O'LEARY 
English 



ARTHUR FRANCIS OLECHECK 
Accounting 

BETH OLIVER 
Math Education 



BETH LOU OLIVER 
Art 



KATHY SUE OPAR 

Early Childhood Education 



JONATHAN CARL OUTLAW 
General Science 

ROBERT A. OWEN 
Management / Marketing 



99 



JOSEPH F. PADULA 
Social Science 



JAMES C. PAGE JR. 
Biology 



WANZA LUE PAINE 
French 



ELLEN PAGE PAINTER 
Office Management 



THERESA KAYE PAINTER 
Home Economics 



KATHERINE LYNN PALMER 
Library Science/English 



KAREN ANN PANGLE 
Early Childhood Education 



ANN HOPE PARKS 
Library Science/Earth Science 

LINDA LORRAINE PARKS 
Early Childhood Education 



LINDA PARSONS 
Early Childhood Education 



HAL JEFFERY PARTENHEIMER 
Biology/Geology 



GAIL DELICIA PARTLOW 
Communication Arts 




100 




WAYNE E. PARTLOW 
Communication Arts 



JONATHAN EDWARD PASCARELLA 
Biology 



JAMES BISHOP PATTERSON 
Management 



JAMES L, PATTERSON 
Emotional Disturbance 



LINDA CARRIE PATTERSON 
Emotional Disturbance 



SHERRI R, PATTESON 
Management/Marketing 



JOSEPH SAMUEL PAXTON 
Political Science 



ROBERT K. PAYLOR 
Physics 



TRIP PAYNE 
Communication Arts 



HAROLD W. PAYNE JR. 
Business Administration 



MELODIE GAYLE PEED 
Music 



ROSEMARY HILDA PENNINGTON 
Social Work 



101 



DONNA LYNN PERDIEU 
Business Administration 



NATHANIEL T. PERKINS 
Social Work 



PATRICIA ELLEN PERSON 
Emotional Disturbance 



JACQUE SUE PETERSEN 
Mental Retardation 



LINDA A. PHIPPS 
Mental Retardation 



ANDY MCCORMICK PIPLICO 
Accounting/Management 



BRIAN CHRISTOPHER PISARO 
Psychology 



CYNTHIA D. PITTMAN 
Mental Retardation 



JEAN WILLIS PLENTL 
Social Science 



JUNE C. PLYMALE 
Home Economics 



EDWARD LEE POFF 
Distributive Education 



JAN-MICHAEL POFF 
History 




102 




JANE K. POLK 
Management 



KATHERINE A.T. POND 
Communication Arts/Bus. Ed. 



PATSY MARIA POOLE 
Biology 



JAMES C. POPE 
Business Administration 



PATTI JEAN POPE 
Sociology 



ROBERT KEITH POPE 
General Science 



DONNA M. POPINO 
Management/Marketing 



MARGOT CHRISTINE PORTER 
Home Economics 



DIANE ELAINE POWERS 
Communication Arts 



JILL ANN PRICHARD 
Community Health 



KATHY RAMELLE PRINCE 
Business Education 



CAROL ELAINE PRIVETTE 
Early Childhood Education 



103 



SHARON L. PRO 
Communication Arts 



REGINA THERESA PRODOEHL 
Physical Education 



CLAYTON BRASHER PUCKETT 
Communication Arts 



ROBERT F. PUGH JR. | 
Biology/Geology 



JOSEPH JOHN QUINN 
Data Processing 



CYNTHIA ANNE RAGAN 
Communication Arts 



PATRICIA MARY RAINEY 
Accounting 



LAURA ANN RAMIREZ 
Spanish/Russian 




104 




DOROTHY THERESA RAPONE 
Dietetics 



DENNIS KEITH RAWLEY 
Social Science 



JAMES D. RAYFIELD 
English 



JEFFREY D. RAYMOND 
Communication Arts 



PAMELA WOODRUFF REAMS 
Communication Arts 



KATHLEEN P. RECHIN 
Communication Arts 



CAROL ANN REECE 
Psychology 



GARY CHRISLEY REED 
Communication Arts 



ROBIN JOHN REED 
Communication Arts 



SANDRA ELAINE REED 
Social Work 



DONNA LYNNE REESE 
Art 



SUE REEVES 
Emotional Disturbance 



105 



NANCY LOUISE REICH 
Library Science/History 



CYNTHIA KAY REID 
Emotional Disturbance 



ERIC P. REID 
Management 



MARK L. REISINGER 
Political Science 



ANGELA TAE REXRODE 
Health Science 



EARL LLOYD REXRODE 
Communication Arts 



LINDA JANE REYNOLDS 
Home Economics 



SANDRA KAYE REYNOLDS 
Biology 



JAY ERIC RHODERICK 
Geology 



JUDITH ELLEN RICH 
Art Education 



GREG STUART RICHARDSON 
Business Administration 



CONSTANCE S. RIDDLE 
Speech Pathology 




106 



I t 




ROBERT R. RILEY 
Office Administration 



ANDREW JAY RIMOVSKY 
Psychology/Sociology 



JEFFRY KEITH RINKER 
Geology 



KENNETH EUGENE RINKER 
Math 



JILL M. RIRIE 
Psychology 



SARAH L. RISON 
Office Administration 



ROSEMARY NELSON ROBERTS 
Office Administration 



BESS ROBERTSON 

Home Economics Education 



KATHRYN ANN ROCHE 
Home Economics 



PATRICIA ANN ROCK 
Mental Retardation/E.D. 



JOYCE ORR RODGERS 
Music Education 



CYNTHIA RODRIQUEZ 
Communication Arts 



107 



AMY ANN ROGERS 
Community Health 



GINA ROGERS 
Early Childhood Education 



PAMELA R. ROGERS 
English 

PATRICIA RICHMOND ROLLINS 
ManagementyMarketing 



LENORA M. ROMA 
Social Work 



CATHY ANNE ROOP 
Math Education 



ANN M. ROSSHEIM 
Emotional Disturbance 



STEVEN 0. ROUSH 
History 




108 




DONNA FA YE ROYSTON 
English 

BRIAN F. RUBERRY 
English 

KAREN LOUISE RUBLEE 
Biology 



SHERRE A. RUDDICK 
Sports Management 



MARTHA ELIZABETH SADLICK 
Geology 



JUDITH LYNNE SAMPSON 
Dietetics 



ALICE JEANNE SANDY 
Early Childhood Education 



i KEVEN MASON SANDY 
! Elementary Education 



RANDALL IRVIN SANDY 
Art 



KATHRYN SATTERFIELD 
Speech Pathology 

THOMAS SAUER 
Management 

WILLIAM RICHARD SAUER 
Accounting/Management 



109 



LYNN SAUNIER 
Communication Arts 



KATHLEEN JO SAVILLE 
Music Education 



JUDY RENEE SAYERS 
Psychology 



GEORGE E. SCHACHLE JR. 

Psycliology j- 



DIANE YVONNE SCHAEFER 
Home Economics Education 



BRUCE A. SCHILLING 
Management/Marketing 



ANN BROWNELL SCHMIDT 
Elementary Education/History 



HOLLY JOAN SCHMITZ 
Early Childhood Education 



CAROLE MARIE SCHNIZER 
Psychology 



BARBARA LYNNE SCHOEPSKE 
Physical Education 



TERI LYNNE SCHROEDER 
Early Childhood Education 



JANET CAROL SCHOLP 
Elementary Education 




110 




SANDRA LYNN SCHURTZ 
Biology 

KATHERINE LEE SCOTT 
Early Childhood Education 

DAVID F, SEARLE 
Accounting 



DAVID SEARS 
Political Science 



STEPHEN T. SELDON 
Accounting 



PAULA C. SEMERAD 
Emotional Disturbance 



TIM ALAN SEMONES 
Physical Education 



DEBORAH JEAN SEMPLE 
Communication Arts 



CRAIG L. SENCINDIVER 
Music Merchandising 



DIANE SEVERNS 
Accounting 

THOMAS KENT SHADE 
Data Processing/Of. Admin. 



JAMES MARK SHADOAN 
Social Work 



111 



WESLEY BROWNING SHAFFER III 
ManagementiMarketing 



CATHY SHARON SHARPE 
Early Childhood Education 



MAUREEN C. SHAUGHNESSY 
Home Economics Education 



ROBERT C. SHAVER 
English/Communication Arts 



GABRIELLE HENRI SHAW 
Social Work 



SUSAN A. SHAW 
Social Work 



DOUGLAS G. SHAYNE 
Geology 



MARY LOUISE SHEA 
Mental Retardation 




112 




DAVID PAUL SHELDON 
Marketing 

TIM SEAN SHELTON 
ManagementyMarketing 



CATHERINE ANNE SHEPARD 
Early Childhood Education 



HENRY WINSTON SHEPERD 
Communication Arts 



MARTY BRANDT SHERMAN 
Political Science/Pub. Admin. 



LAURIE B. SHERWOOD 
Russian/Spanish 



NANETTE SHIFFLETTE 
Early Childhood Education 



JOY ELLEN SHIMCHOCK 
Management 



STEVEN SCOTT SHIVELY 
Communication Arts 



SARAH JANE SHOMO 
Geology/General Science 



MICHAEL IRVING SHOOP 
History 



DAVID EDWARD SHOWALTER 
Accounting 



113 



JUDITH ANN SHUCK 
Emotional Disturbance 



DALE EVERS SHULL 
Data Processing 



SUZANNE SHUMATE 
Emotional Disturbance 



KARIN A. SIEVERS 
Management 

LORJ MARY SIMKO 
Home Economics 



MARIA S. SIMPKINS 
Home Economics 



MICHAEL DANIEL SIMS 
Management/Marketing 



MARY SUE SIRBAUGH 
Math 



MARK STEPHEN SKOVIRA 
Geography 



MARGARET M. SLATTERY 
E.G. Ed./Elem. Ed./Ment.Retard. 



BENITA FAYE SLOUGH 
Math 



SHARON MCCANN SMALLEY 
Early Childhood Education 




114 




BETTY LYNN SMALLWOOD 
Early Childhood Education 



MARK ALAN SMELLEY 
ManagementyMarketing 



DEBORAH LYNN SMITH 
Hotel/Restaurant Management 



DEBORAH R. SMITH 
Home Economics Education 



GAIL M. SMITH 

Early Childhood Education 



GARY V. SMITH 
Management/Marketing 



HARRY JACKSON SMITH HI 
Business Administration 



JEANETTE L. SMITH 
Special Education 



JULIE ANN SMITH 

Early Childhood Education 



JULIE LEE SMITH 
Social Work 



KIM PATRICE SMITH 
Office Administration 



ROSEMARY F. SMITH 
Biology 



115 



SANDRA K. SMITH 
Music Education 



SANDS SMITH JR. 
French 



TERRENCE C. SMITH 
Accounting 



CYNTHIA LEIGH SMOOT 
Communication Arts 



JANET E. SNYDER 
Social Work 



DIANA LYNN SOMERS 
Sociology 



DEBRA LYNN SOYARS 
Music Education 



KIMBERLY ANN SPALDING 
Early Childhood Education 



lOHN STANFIELD SPAID 
Geology 



BRENDA M. SPARKMAN 
Business Education 



DALE ALLEN SPITZER 
Physical Education 



REBECCA ANN SPORHASE 
Art Education 




116 




SUZANNE DIANA STANLEY 
Music Education 



PAUL HENRY STEAGELL III 
Chemistry 



VIRGINIA P. STEHR 
Geology 



BARRY JOSEPH STEMPER 
Management 



ROBIN C. STEPHENSON 
English/History 



ELIZABETH L. STEVENS 
Library Science Educ. Media 



HEIDI STEVENSON 
Art 



BEVERLY ALENE STICKLES 
Dietetics 



117 



DANIEL RICHARD STINSOK 
Geology/Biolog\ 



CYNTHIA ANN STOLLER 
Physical and Health Education 

MARTS GRIGGS STOREY 
Early Childhood Education 



MARY ELIZABETH STORNETTA 
Biology 



JUDY LEIGH STOWE 
Early Childhood Education 



SARAH GARLAND STRADER 
Communication Arts 



BONNIE LYNNETTE STRAWDERMAN 
Math/Data Processing 



DAVID LEE STRAWSER 
Political Science 



MARTHA ELLEN STREET 
Management 



DEBRA LYNNE STRITE 
Biology 

GENE L. STROBEL 
Management 



DAWN MARIE SULLIVAN 
Home Economics Education 




118 




JEANNE L. SULLIVAN 
Social Work 



JOANN MARIE SULLIVAN 
Social Work 



KEVIN JUDE SULLIVAN 
Accounting 



ANNE HUNTER SUMMERSON 
Early Childhood Education 



JANE HARMAN SUMPTER 
Mental Retardation 



GEORGE JOHN SURANYI 
Sociology 



DEBBI LEE SVEC 
Management/Marketing 



NANETTE SWARTZ 
Social Work 



119 



DAVID EDWARD SWETT 
Accounting/Marketing 



ROBERT NL\RVIN SYKES 
Political Science 



KAREN ANN SYNOWIEC 
Geology 



MARIA ELIZABETH TABAJDY 
Physical and Health Education 



PEGGY WINSTON TABB 
Health Science 



ROSE ANNE M. TACCI 
Psychology 



KATHRYN FOREST TALLEY 
Social Work 



JODY M. TANSEY 
Community Health 



jO ELLEN TATUM 
Speech Pathology 



JEAN M. TAYLOR 
Sociology 



KEITH R. TAYLOR 
Political Science 



MONA TAYLOR 
Business Education/ Office Ad. 




120 




PAMELA K. TAYLOR 
Social Work 



SARAH ]. TAYLOR 
Physical Education 



SCOTT D. TAYLOR 
Communication Arts 



TERRY ANNETTE TAYLOR 
Art 



VIRGINLA L. TEAFORD 
Fine Arts 



CANDACE JOY TEETS 
Office Administration 



LINDA ANN TENNEY 
Psychology/Social Work 



ANN D. THOMAS 
Speech Pathology 



CAROLYN SUE THOMAS 
Mental Retardation 



CYNTHIA ANNE THOMAS 
Elementary Education 



JACK E. THOMAS JR. 
Marketing 



JACK MCCOY THOMAS 
Philosophy and Religion 



121 



KATHLEEN DIANE THOMAS 
Psychology 



KIMBERLY MARIA THOMAS 
Social Work 



CYNTHIA ANNE THOMPSON 
Emotional Disturbance 



JANINE TERESA THOMPSON 
Physical Education 



JEFFREY KING THOMPSON 
Management/Marketing 



JULIA K. THOMPSON 
Art Education 



KATHY RAYE THOMPSON 
Data Processing 



RANDAL WADE THOMPSON 
Management/Distributive Ed. 



SUSAN L. THOMPSON 
Psychology 



LYLE THORNHILL 
ManagementyMarketing 



VALERIE JANE THORNHILL 
Early Childhood Education 



DUANE RICHARD TIBBETS 
History 




122 




RICHARD K. TILLISON 
Accounting 



BABS R. TIMMERMAN 
Psychology/Economics 



MICHELLE TITMAN 
Biology 



CHRISTINE ANNE TOBIN 
Emotional Disturbance 



JAMES F. TODD 
Biology 



DEBORAH A. TOMPKINS 
Communication Arts 



RICHARD BECKER TRAVIS 
Communication Arts 



CAMILLE ELLEN TREACY 
Social Work 



LINDA TRIMBLE 
Biology 



SUSAN JEAN TRIPPE 
Early Childhood Education 



EARL STAFFORD TUCK JR. 
Elementary Education 



JOANIE RENEE TUCKER 
Medical Technology 



123 



KATHERINE B. TUNNELL 
Chemistry/Physics 

BRUCE TRUNBULL 
Geography 



DONALD C. TURNER 
ManagementiMarketing 

CYNTHIA J. TWEDT 
Management/Marketing 



MICHAEL E. TYREE 
Marketing 



SHARON ULLMANN 
Elementary Education 



E. DENISE UPDIKE 
Health 



CATHY UPSHAW 
Emotional Disturbance 



ANN G. VANWYCK 
Political Science 



CAROLYN R. VARNDELL 
Physical Education/Health Ed. 




124 




KRISTINE VARNER 

Hotel Restaurant Management 

DONNA VASSAR 
Sociology 



GAYLE P. VEAL 
Psychology/Sociology 



JOHN J. VENTURA 
Physical Education 



JULIA G. VINES 
Emotional Disturbance 



LORI R. VLIET 

Early Childhood Education 



MARION H. VOYER 
Emotional Disturbance 



BRYON S. VRANAS JR. 
Accounting 



WALTER D. WAAGNER 
Medical Technology 



DEBORAH K. WAGGY 
Social Work 



125 



LEIGH ANN WAGNER 
Public Health 



SHELLY WAGONER 
Music Education 



BEVERLY ANN WALKER 
Speech Pathology 



PATRICIA ANNE WALKER 
Social Work 



LYNN NANNETTE WALLACE 
Data Processing 



CHRISTINE ELIZABETH WALSH 
Communication Arts 



MARY KATHERINE WALSH 
Music Education 



TIMOTHY ROBERT WALTERS 
Philosophy and Religion 



LINDA SUE WANSTREET 
Biology 



KAREN S. WARD 
English 



SUSAN B. WARD 
Psychology/Social Work 

SUSAN L, WARD 
Biology 




126 




GREG A. WARNOCK 
Accounting 

GAIL WARREN 

Political Science/Sociology 



LINDA MARLENE WASHINGTON 
Biology/Pre. Med. 



DAVIS HALL WAYMACK 
Hotel Restaurant Management 



MARY LEWIS WEBB 
Music Education 



STEVE EDWARD WEDDLE 
Office Management 



ALBERTO M. WEILER 
History/General Soc. Sci. 



MARY PAMELA WEISEND 
Emotional Disturbance/Psychology 



127 



LINDA ANN WEISS 
Accounting 



GAYLE MARIE WEITZ 
Psychology 



LISA KAY WELLS 
Hotel Restaurant Management 



DAVID MICHAEL WELSH 
Management/Marketing 



PHILIP SCOTT WENGROVITZ 
Chemistry 



DOUGLAS JOHN WESSEN 
Emotional Disturbance 



GUY FRANCIS WESTON 
Communication Arts 



ANNE MARIE WHEELER 
Home Economics 



VICKY LYNN WHETZEL 
Marketing 



BRIAN BAKER WHITE 
Business Administration 



MARTHA J. WHITE 
Art 



MARY ANN WHITE 
Communication Arts 




128 




WILLIAM H. WHITE HI 
Distributive Education 



TIMOTHY JOHN WILKINS 
Communication Arts 



PETER MCCOMB WILLLAMS 

Marketing 



SUSAN KELLY WILLIAMS 
Management 



JOHN STEVEN WILLMANN 
Management/Marketing 



KEITH WILLIAM WILSON 
Accounting 



VALENCIA FA YE WILSON 
English 



KAREN WIMMER 
Psychology 



LINDA GAIL WINEBARGER 
Early Childhood Education 



TODD FREDERICK WINTERFELDT 
Management/Marketing 

DAVID E. WISEMAN 
Accounting 

TRAVIS E. WITT 
Psychology/Nat. Sci. 



129 



FONDA ANN WONDERLEY 
Management/Marketing 

E. KAY WOOD 
Social Work/PsycKology 



ELIZABETH J. WOOD 
Communication Arts 



ROBERT E, WOOD 
Hotel Restaurant Management 



BURNELL T. WOODSON JR. 
Management 



HOLLY FOREST WOOLARD 
Physical Education 



NANCY ANN WOOTON 
Psychology 



DAVID COLEMAN WORNOM 
English 

RICKIE WAYNE WORRELL 
Accounting 



ANN GAY WRIGHT 
English 

NEENA RAYE WRIGHT 
Library Science 



CYNTHIA LOUISE YAHN 
General Social Science/Poll Sci 




130 




MICHAEL THOMAS YEATTS 
Management/Marketing 



MARK PHILIP YOSWAY 
Political Science/Pub. Admin. 



BRIAN DAVID YOUNG 
Management/Marketing 



GEORGE S. YOUNG 
Social Work 



ELLEN S. ZERBST 
Speech Pathology 



KIM ELLEN ZIRKLE 
Early Childhood Education 



DEBORAH A. ZUKOWSKI 
Art Education 



131 



Graduation 

Is an end, 

But also 

A beginning . . . 

The start 

Of all beginnings 

That every graduation 

Is spinning 

Graduation 
Is sighs and laughter 
Mingled liberally 
With tears 
Lingering memories 
Of one's sharing 
Life with classmates 
Through the years. 

Graduation is a conclusion 
Of one big phase 
Of work and fun, 
A milestone passed. 
New things begun. 

Graduation 

Is excitement, 

Speeches, 

Farewells, 

And applause 

Diplomas 

And a mortarboard 

The gate 

To pathways 

Unexplored. 

Katherine Nelson Davis 





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p. bruce 




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d. davies 




b. edmonson 




r. kiser 




e. Snyder 




b. St. clair 




k. wilgus 




m. courlas 




c. dupre 




m. hofmann 




d. Jeffrey 




s. Jenkins 




b. man 




n. marovelli 




k. nafzinger 




1. smart 




coach 




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baseball 



j. barbe 
j, bono 
j. bowers 
k. buckman 
j. cempre 
m. dacko 
d. farnham 
m. lacasse 
r. lee 

d. mclaughlin 
d. mead 
j. mitchell 
j. moore 
m. naff 
m. parenteau 
t. semones 
d. showalter 

b. sica 

d. van alstyne 
t. winterfeldt 
j. woodson 

c. zerambo 
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basketball 



varsity 


t. brothers 


s. Cessna 


m. childress 


c. hanrahan 


a. harvey 


k. klotzbach 


b. notaro 


k. peter 


k. railey 


c. waddell 


coach 


jaynes 


asst. coaches 


weigardt 


tyson 


junior varsity 


p. bell 


a. coffman 


V. Collins 


j. lawhon 


k. miley 


1. patton 


a. sonoga 


k.l. turner 


k.m. turner 


w. Williams 


coach 


tyson 




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149 



s. blackmon 


w. butler 


]. cross 


s. dillard 


p. dosh 


d. duckett 


r. hughett 


g. maturine 


j. railev 


c. rosenberg 


t. shoulders 


s. stielper 


coach 


campanelli 


asst. coaches 


thurston 


nestor 


vaillancourt 




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cross country 



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j- 


bo lander 


m 


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r. 


brookshier 


w 


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k 


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r. 


ferguson 


m 


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w 


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k 


higgs 


k 


Jones 


j- 


keane 


k 


keegan 


g 


kraus 


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mclaughlin 


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field hockey 



varsity 


1. alcamo 


k. bosse 


s. deremer 


e. hess 


j. hull 


e. marovelli 


d. Patrick 


r. "prodoehl 


j. purple 


c. richardson 


k. tunnel 


h, woUard 


coach 


morrison 


junior varsity 


n. bell 


V. carver 


d. crumling 


1. corbin 


d. darling 


m. davidson 


c. ermini 


f. grable 


s. grainer 


1. karpaitis 


b. martin 


j. murphy 


t. Williams 


coach 


luce 


freshman 


k. anderson 


c. axell 


c. christman 


a. davenport 


j. heller 
b, hogg 
h. kelley 


t. kelley 


m. kot 


n. koury 


a. lakey 


k. morris 


1. morven 


m. proper 


c. stukey 


j. swedenborg 


m. volinsky 


coach 


lerch 




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football 





varsity 


h 
m 
m 


angle 
. ausbeiry 
. baird 


1. 


barker 


m 


. battle 


c. 


beer 


w 


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bootn 


r. 


r. 


bordero 


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bowers 


r. 


burkhart 


i- 


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s. 
b 


Campbell 
cappalli 


m 

w 


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culkin 


d 


cullen 


p 


d'alonzo 


da vis 


m 


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m 


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r. 


demarco 


s. 


eure 


s. 


galles 


t. 


garst 


c. 
t. 


green 
hansrote 


i- 


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harvis 


s. 


hast 


r. 

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hill 


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g. knox 


j. kraus 


j. kubesh 


s. latham 


a. leonard 


r. leonard 


b. logan 


t. martin 


d. may 


t. mcquirk 


r. moore 


j. Patterson 


s. patton 


b. posniewski 


m. rider 


1. rogers 


j. shafran 


j. showker 


i. smith 


r. stokes 


r. thomas 


h. tipton 


d. trumble 


w. tucker 


j. tuell 


d. wagoner 


I. waiters 


f. young 


s. young 


coach 


mcmillin 


asst. coach 


arsdale 


branich 


holland 


nipe 


prince 


wisler 



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junior varsity 


p. barnes 


s. bourne 


j. brackman 


s. byrnes 


s. Campbell 


j. compher 


k. crosen 


d. cullen 


b. cundiff 


c. cutler 


p. d'alonzo 


t. east 


b. femi 


k. foster 


s. galles 


t. gill 


m. harper 


t. hockman 


m. king 


e. kirn 


t. krebs 


j. kubesh 


k. kuester 


m. legore 


j. livella 


m. magaw 


m. martin 


t. mccardle 


t. mccollum 


b. mcconnell 


t. mccrane 


b. mccrudden 


k. murphy 


p. nails 


s. nelson 


d. owens 


j. patterson 


1. piano 


b. posniewski 


. pullen 
b. robinson 


k. royce 


j. shafran 


b. Stewart 


r. stokes 


b. sweeny 


h. tipton 


w. tucker 


r. waugh 


d. west 


j. yost 


coach 


branich 


asst. coaches 


carico 


eaton 


huff 


payne 


spitzer 


watkins 


windhan 




golf 



b 


baker 


j. 


bonin 


b 


chandler 


s. 


lamotte 


c. 


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m 


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h. boone 


j. bostic 


s. brewbarker 


j. casteel 


m. cook 


m. movers 


r. ohly 


r. rice 


j. Saunders 


k. Saunders 


b. Simmons 


s. Strang 


coach 


balog 




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173 



gymnastics 



d. chapman 
r. flory 
m. haynes 


J. magness 
1. mills 


a. muse 
t. Seattle 
r. stefaniza 
c. waiters 


coach 

kruger 
asst. coach 


novgrod 




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175 



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s. 


balogh 


b 


butler 


d 


carter 


b. 


dark 


r. 


ferris 


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frew 


P 


harris 


r. 


hulshizer 




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kostis 


W 


moberly 


m 


. smith 


w 


Strickland 


m 


. woodward 


coach 1 




kruger 


asst. coach | 




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177 



lacrosse 



varsity 


1. alcamo 


b. britton 


V. carver 


1. chamblee 


s. deremer 


t. hallam 


1. hummel 


e. marovelli 


d. martin 


d. Patrick 


j. polk 


t. prodoehl 


j. purple 
k. tunnell 


junior varsity 
d. bridgefortn 


m. chimiauti 


d. crumling 


c. cubbage 


c. doetzer 


c. eberlein 


f. grable 


s. grainer 


1. karpaitis 


m. kay 


d. lamar 


m. maher 


s. modell 


j. morrison 


c. moxley 


j. murphy 


c. pamperin 


g. parrish 


t. Williams 


coach 


luce 


asst. coach 


racdonough 




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soccer 



r. alien 


V. baker 


g. bell 


m. berl 


r. bernstein 


m. bost 


t. brodnax 


w. byrd 


d. cash 


V. dibattista 


d. dragelin 


j. dwyer 


0. fuller 


c. harrison 


j. hill 


t. hochkeppel 


e. Johnson 


h. Johnson 


t. leary 


j. lee 


j. miskel 


p. mosheim 


j. mullenex 


1. nav 


t. nichols 


h. partenheimer 


j. podlesny 


d. reda 


t. rhoads 


k. shelton 


b. stamper 


c. stemper 


c. strong 


m. Wallace 


p. white 


j.p. Williams 


t. zauner 


d. zighelboim 


coach 


vanderwalker 


asst. coaches 


altomonte 


holloway 




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183 




184 




185 



swimming 



1. bock 


a. Callahan 


k. carrington 


d. cayce 


m. ferguson 


m. grosz 


s. hadley 


k. heath 


c. hogge 


f. keliey 


t. norman 


s. price 


d. quisg 
c. randall 


j. robertson 


j. rowe 


c. schilling 


s. shaw 


p. shoaff 
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d. Stanton 


j. Steves 


1. Stewart 


1. weber 


coach 


courtet 


asst. coach 


sargeant 




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j. brooks 
h. carter 


h. ching 


m. Cornell 


j. dickmeyer 


m. evans 


b. fraley 


s. Johnston 


p. laiti 


c. martin 


d. michalski 


g. morris 
b. picardi 


g. stuchlak 


r. sulzer 


k. weimerskirch 


p. weber 


m. west 


j. white 


s. yost 


coach 


amold 


asst. coaches 


kaslik 


whatley 





tennis 



spring 


m. butters 


a. carrington 


m. evans 


t. graham 


d. gravely 


m. hall 


p. higgins 


V. Johnson 


e. mabille 


m. mulholland 


c. pamperin 


b. schoepske 


a. snyder 


j. tansey 
D. tyler 


c. tyler 


m. Williams 


fall 


1. brooks 


k. dickey 


m. hall 


h. hess 


c. hewlett 


p. higgins 


c. hoddinott 


m. perkins 


. tansey 


b. tyler 


c. tyler 


m. Williams 


coach 


malerba 




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k 


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e 


barnhart 


t. 


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s 


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s. 
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laybourne 


p 


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d 


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b 


reid 


d 


rigotti 


in 


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b 


thomas 


d 


vennel 




fall 


e 


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t. 


fogartv 


n 


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s. 


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m 


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s. 


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k 


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d 


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k 


byrd 


c. 


cahill 


V 


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s. 


cooper 


b 


dorman 


r. 


durrett 


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ference 


c 


firesheets 


s. 


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s. 


kyger 
lightner 


s. 


c 


link 


p 


meyerhoeffer 


k 


miley 


b 


morriss 


b 


richardson 


s. 


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s 


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b 


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stemper 

shepherd 

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s 


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s 


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artis 


r 


alien 


u 


bain 


1- 


barger 


r. 


booth 


d 


bornaith 


c 


briggs 


d 


carr 


a 


credico 


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cutright 


J. 


da vis 


p 


desrosiers 


e 


dike 


i- 


dipeppe 


r. 


ferguson 


t. 


garst 


r. 


goeres 


m 


. greehan 


I- 


haley 


P 


hangen 
hutcnerson 


r. 


m 


. jewel 


p 
k 


jiral 


joyner 
keegan 


k 


p 


kelchner 


i- 


kunkler 


r. 


lowke 


g 


kraus 


t. 


mall 


k 


martin 


a. 


racgilvray 
. miller 


w 


m 


. montgomery 


m 


. namuth 


k 


naquin 


1. 


parraque 


m 


. perry 


k 


pope 


a 


powell 


e. 


reid 


t. 
d 


ridgway 
rinker 


m 


. fitter 


s. 


roush 


b. 


sonnek 


d 


stinson 


w 


. taylor 


k. 


terrell 


a. 


tsonis 


1- 


turner 


m 


. weaver 


w 


. Wilson 


g. 


woodson 


f. 


young 


cc 


ach 




Witt 




5^ 



volleyball 



varsity 


s. barr 


1. barrie 


p. beckett 


m. ford 


t. hallam 


c. hanks 


d. hicks 


1. hummel 


c. martin 


k. partrick 


r. roan 


s. sale 


c. varndell 


1. wakeman 


coach 


sargeant 


junior varsity 


c. baldwm 


V. mount 


b. sechrist 


d. viJood 


coach 


sargeant 




wrestling 



d. bechtelheimer 


b. boyne 


s. breslin 


s. dannenburg 


b. dunlap 


c. duresky 


d. eaton 


r. ebersole 


m. elander 


b. freund 


t. ROtt 

s. hackney 


b. hatch 


d. havens 


d. hemdon 


i:ir/ 


j. kubesh 


w. lawmen 


p. martin 
D. pfiefer 


s. salmons 


k. sharpes 


r. shoemaker 


r. uber 


s. utegaard 


coach 


prince 


asst. coach 


besnier 




200 




201 



archery 



jmu 


opponent 




men 


won 


atlantic community college 




brooklvn college 




Virginia tech 


2nd 


u. s. indoor championships 


3rd 


eastern regional tournament 
east stroudsburg state 


lost 



women 
3rd glassboro state 

longwood 

brooklyn college 

atlantic community college 
2nd U.S. indoor championships 

won university of richmond 

5th eastern regional tournament 

2nd vfisw tournament 

lost east stroudsburg state 

longwood 



mixed 
3rd atlantic community college 

glassboro state 

brooklyn college 
3rd u. s. indoor championships 

4th eastern regional tournament 

lost east stroudsburg state 



baseball 



1 


univ. of south Carolina 


2 


2 


clemson university 


6 


3 


clemson university 


10 


2 


furman university 


3 


7 


high point college 


4 


3 


north Carolina state 


2 


9 


elon college 


4 


5 


elon college 


6 


14 


lock haven state college 





10 


glenville state college 


1 


9 


university of Virginia 


4 


6 


fairmont state college 


1 


16 


fairmont state college 


3 


14 


oneonta state 


2 


8 


Indiana state (pa.) 


2 


5 


Indiana state (pa.) 


1 


4 


university of n. Carolina 


2 





university of rhode island 


5 


6 


university of rhode island 


2 


15 


university of rhode island 


1 


1 


university of rhode island 


3 


10 


edinboro state college 


2 


9 


buffalo state 


2 


7 


William and mary 


1 


16 


albany state 


1 


15 


edinboro state college 


2 


7 


California state (pa.) 





3 


California state (pa.) 


2 


11 


canisius college 


4 


12 


liberty baptist college 


1 


20 


canisius college 





8 


georee mason university 
old dominion university 


4 


6 





15 


old dominion university 


2 


10 


university of maryland 


7 


22 


v.m.i. 


3 


16 


v.c.u. 





12 


v.c.u. 


2 


13 


liberty baptist college 


15 


2 


howard university 


4 


12 


Howard university 


2 



basketball 



men 



women 



jmu 


opponent 




jmu 


opponent 






Virginia invitational 




39 


university of maryland 


78 


63 


university of Virginia 


83 




Salisbury state tournament 




84 


roanoke college 


57 


60 


lasalle college 


62 


102 


southeastern 


55 


88 


maryland-baltimore county 


22 




jmu invitational 




72 


Salisbury state college 


45 


89 


siena 


75 


70 


frostburg state college 


50 


84 


northeastern 


82 


48 


e. tennessee state univ. 


61 


68 


v.m.i. 


86 


54 


eastern kentucky univ. 


74 


72 


lehigh 


59 




jmu tournament 




73 


austin peay 


67 


73 


east Carolina university 


67 


76 


u.t. - Chattanooga 


67 


65 


west Chester state college 


81 


54 


v.c.u. 


64 


45 


penn state 


72 


66 


Utah state 


102 


63 


Virginia union university 


68 


74 


denver 


84 


69 


american university 


64 


106 


baptist 


75 


79 


bridgewater college 


51 


56 


roanoke college 


41 


64 


norfolk state college 


76 


65 


western Carolina 


63 


44 


old dominion university 


72 


59 


v.c.u. 


60 


52 


William and mary 


44 


61 


catholic university 


60 


65 


Virginia tech 


47 


86 


arkansas-little rock 


77 


54 


radford college 


56 


78 


u.t. -Chattanooga 


72 


49 


university of Virginia 


60 


74 


old dominion university 


65 


66 


V.c.u. 


55 


68 


William and mary 


66 








71 


citadel 


70 








66 


randolph-macon 


61 








86 


western Carolina 


75 








88 


citadel 


89 








80 


baptist college 


85 









cross country 



men 



mu 


opponent 


ost 


V.m.i. 


won 


Virginia tech 


lost 


university of richmond 


won 


lynchburg 


won 


roanoke college 


won 


hampden-sydney 


won 


bridgewater 


won 


Washington and lee 


lost 


e.m.c. 


won 


hampden-sydney 


won 


frsot 3urg state 


6th at 


Virginia intercollegiate meet 



women 

jmu opponent 

won university of richmond 

won Virginia tech 

won radford college 

4th in vfisw meet 

9th in aiaw region II meet 



equestrian fencing 



intercollegiate horse show 
4th at university of Virginia 
2nd at jmu show 
9th at southern seminary show 
5th at randolph macon 

barracks hunter show 
reserve championship: 
novice division 
amateur working hunter div. 



jmu opponent 
9 William and mary 

8 lynchburg college 

9 longwood college 

1 penn state 

11 William paterson college 
6 ohio state 

10 jersey city state 
5 Johns hopkins university 

2 penn state 

3 north Carolina state 

12 university of Virginia 

9 randolph macon woman's 
3 university of n. Carolina 

3rd in niwfa sectional tournament 

1st in vfisw tournament 



7 

8 

7 
15 

5 
10- 

6 
11 
14 
13 

4 

7 
13 



202 



field hockey 

jmu opponent 

3 lynchburg college 

4 bridgewater college 
1 university of \'irginia 1 

4 towson state 1 

1 university of maryland 1 

5 appalachian state 1 

3 bishop otter college 2 

2 Washington club 1 

6 westhampton college 2 

4 William and mary 4 

lock haven state 2 
2 slippery rock state 1 

5 Virginia tech 2 
2 longwood college 1 

7 lynchburg college 1 

5 roanoke college 1 

1 university of Virginia 

6 university of kentucky 

2 univ. of north Carolina 
2 William and mary 10 
2 southwest missouri state 3 
5 universtiy of Oregon 
1 univ. of Connecticut 20 
1st in blue ridge district tournament 

1st in aiaw-usiha region II tournament 



football 



jmu opponent 

7 emory and henry 

7 townson state 

17 hampden-sydney 
shepherd 

7 mars hill 

42 Salisbury state 

18 frostburg state 
28 randolph-macon 

0' guilford 

20 shippensburg state 



3 
13 
14 
10 
30 
27 


16 
59 



gymnastics 



jmu opponent 

men 

155.05 frostburg state 141.35 

134.45 east stoudsburg state 184.90 

151.2 citadel 98.90 

Jacksonville 179.45 

west Virginia 175.63 

158.50 Virginia tech 131.70 

112.00 n.c. state 118.15 

153.30 memphis state 169.90 

159.10 William and mary 191.95 
2nd in Virginia state championship 



women 

120.90 frostburg state 97.10 

108.95 appalachian state 120.40 

western Carolina 68.60 

112.00 north Carolina 118.15 

south Carolina 106.85 
123.60 university of maryland 124.75 

127.40 wilUam and mary 121.95 
1st in vfisw championship 



men 



golf 



women 



jmu opponent 

spring 
won Pembroke state university 

won coastal Carolina college 

won citadel 

won george mason university 

won university of richmond 

tied v.c.u. 

won old dominion university 

won William and mary 

won Virginia tech 

won lynchburg college 

won William and mary 

won towson state college 

lost v.m.i. 

won roanoke college 

tournaments 
4th in coastal Carolina classic 
2nd in cam lejeune invitational 
4th in costa del sol classic 
3rd in seaside invitational 
2nd in Virginia intercollegiate 

fall 
3rd at jmu invitational 



lacrosse 



jmu opponent 
5 longwood 

8 longwood 

4 north Carolina 
11 William and mary 
1 1 sweetbriar 

9 longwood 

11 William and mary 
SVi longwood 
2nd at vfisw tournament 
11th at tarheel invitational 


7 
4 
8 
1 
1 
9 


1 

91/2 



jmu 


opponent 




jmu 




varsity 




2 


14 


mary Washington 


1 


4 


19 


lynchburg 


2 


1 


17 


piedmont club 


8 


1 


13 


towson state 


7 


3 


5 


westhampton 


7 


6 


13 


William and mary 


13 





5 


maryland 


6 







vwla tournament 




6 


3 


ursinus 


14 


3 


10 


hollins 


6 





8 


university of Virginia 


5 





7 


bridgewater 


2 


2 




junior varsity 




3 


19 


lynchburg 


1 





7 


towson 


7 




9 


westhampton 





1 


3 


hollins 


12 




6 


ursinus 


9 




2 


harvard 


5 




9 


bridgewater 


2 





soccer 

opponent 
maryland 
davidson 
appalachian state 
duke 

eastern mennonite 
roanoke college 
clemson 
south florida 
Virginia tech 
v.m.i. 

university of Virginia 
lynchburg 

old dominion university 
Washington and lee 
navy 
ecac southern division tournament 
temple 



track and field 

men women 



jmu 

145 

118 

64 

60 

104 

88 

102 



opponent 

university of Virginia 
Virginia tech 
shippensburg state 
frostburg state 
west Virginia wesleyan 
Virginia state 
v.m.i. 



7th in state meet 



27 
54 
60 
57 
49 
66 
52 



jmu opponent 




171 east Carolina 


139 


frostburg state 


122 


towson state 


86 


gallaudet 


15 


university of Virginia invitational 




4th out of 1 2 teams 




262 george mason university 


44 


William and mary 


30 


roanoke college 


6 


vfisw championship 




2nd out of 8 teams 




971/2 towson state 


SOVz 


47 maryland 


103 


263 Virginia tech 


200 


george mason university 


33 


William and mary 


9 



203 



swimrQing 

men 



and diving 

women 



jmu 


opponent 


55 


Washington & lee 


97 


old dominion university 


48 


William and mary 


65 


hampton institute 


44 


richmond 


48 


shippensburg 


79 


york 


71 


davidson 


84 


v.m.i. 


73 


millersville state 


37 


de la ware 


38 


drexel 


63 


george Washington 


73 


towson state 


74 


georgetown 


70 


u.n.c. Wilmington 


62 


loyola 



6th in va. state championships 



55 
58 
10 
65 
42 
69 
64 
33 
42 
29 
40 
76 
74 
41 
38 
33 
35 
43 



jmu 


opponent 

6th at univ. of Pittsburgh 




96 


old dominion 


31 


60 


William and mary 


71 


55 


v.c.u. 


76 


47 


Virginia tech 


83 


78 


univ. of maryland 


52 


74 


george Washington 


55 


62 


shippensburg 


69 


4th 


in vfisw meet 





tennis 



men 



jmu opponent 

spring 

Christopher newport 

St. leo 2 

St. Petersburg 6 

bloomsburg 4 

randolph macon 1 

old dominion university 6 

Salisbury state 6 

Washington and lee 7 

hampden-sydney 3 

towson state 4 

university of richmond 6 

george Washington 5 

William and mary 8 

v.m.i. 
fall 

8th in Virginia collegiate championship 



women 



jmu opponent 

spring 

6 west Virginia univ. 3 

7 longwood 2 

6 sweetbriar 3 
4 mary baldwin college 5 
9 hollins college 

8 westhampton 1 

2 univ. of tennessee 7 
4 maryland 5 

9 v.c.u. 

3 flagler college 6 
8 old dominion university 1 

1 penn state 8 

7 george mason university 2 

2 William and mary 7 
2 mary baldwin 7 

lady Seminole invitational 
16th of 24 teams 

vfisw tournament 
5th of 25 teams 

malta tournament 
6th of 17 teams 
fall 
7 randolph macon 2 

4 mary baldwin college 5 

7 longwood college 2 
university of Virginia 6 
William and mary 9 

8 sweetbriar 1 
7 west Virginia univ. 

9 university of richmond 
eastern collegiate championships 

12th of 39 teams 

tennis life tournament 
5th of 21 teams 
Salisbury state tournament 
7th of 17 teams 



volleyball 

jmu opponent 

georgetown university 

2 george mason university 

2 bridgewater 

2 eastern mennonite 

george Washington univ. 

2 Virginia tech 

2 longwood 

2 unc-charlotte 

2 lenoir-rhyne college 

univ. of south Carolina invitational 

univ. of south Carolina 

1 clemson university 

2 western Carolina univ. 

2 university of georgia 

1 western Carolina univ. 

3 lynchburg college 

jmu invitational tournament 

2 shepherd college 

1 howard university 
towson state 

2 eastern mennonite 
v.c.u. 

2 radford college 

2 roanoke college 

univ. of delaware invitational 

Salisbury state college 

2 lafayette college 

university of Pittsburgh 
2 american university 

1 princeton university 

1 e. tennessee state univ. 

north Carolina state 

v.c.u. 

Salisbury state invitational 

east stroudsburg state 

1 suny-cortland 

Salisbury state college 

2 William and mary 

1 penn state 

university of pittsburg 

unc-greensboro 

2 William and mary 
2 eastern mennonite 

vfisw tournament 

2 Virginia tech 

2 radford college 

v.c.u. 

aiaw region II tournament 

university of n. Carolina 

morehead state university 

1 university of s. Carolina 



wrestling 



jmu 


opponent 


11 


v.c.u. 


39 


howard 




8th at w and 1 invitationa 


38 


eastern mennonite 


3 


york 


10 


george mason university 


6 


duke 


28 


John jay 


24 


george Washington 
pittsburgh-johnstown 


7 


6th at" state meet 


27 


lynchburg 


20 


american 


6 


lafayette 


24 


v.m.i. 



6 Virginia tech 
25 liberty baptist college 
14 Salisbury state 



36 

15 

11 
34 
31 
43 
20 
19 
30 
15 
15 
40 
21 
34 
21 
22 



204 



juniors 




Kathy Andrus 

Teresa Armel 

Gwen Armentrout 

Cutch Armstrong 

Deborah Arnett 



206 




Martha Arnold 
Ivan Arze 
Byron Ashbridge 
Jeffrey Ashworth 
Cindy Atwell 



Candice Aucott 
Tim Averill 
Cortney Ayers 
Patricia Ayers 
Patty Ayers 



Joe Baden 
Connie Bailey 
Kathy Baker 
Brian Baldwin 
Susie Baldwin 



Judy Balsley 
Debbie Banick 
Mike Barbour 
Liz Barker 
Paula Barnard 



Cathy Barnes 
Leslie Barrie 
Linda Barrows 
Kyler Bass 
Tana Baughman 



Joe B earner 
Jim Beaver 
Terri Beazley 
Debbie Becoubarakis 
Nancy Bell 



Joe Benkert 
Beth Bennett 
Cathy Berkebile 
Ellis Berkowitz 
Charles Berlin 



^ 



207 



Mary Bernazani 

Elaine Betts 

Fredric Betz 

Carol Bickmeyer 

Anne Biscoe 



Chris Blanchard 

Elizabeth Blanding 

Cheryl Blankenship 

Sandy Bocock 

Liz Boeshore 



Debra Bolt 

Judy Bonin 

Connie Bonivich 

Bruce Boppe 

Lindsay Boteler 



Sabine Boulongne 

Edward Bourdon 

Mary Ann Bowman 

William Bowman 

Anita Bradshaw 



Mark Brandau 

Michael Brantley 

Linda Braxdale 

Chris Brazda 

Joan Breuer 



Jeanne Brown 

Michelle Browne 

Lindsey Broyles 

Debbie Bryant 

Jan Buckley 



Sue Bunch 

Brenda Bunn 

Victoria Burchett 

Casey Burke 

Sharon Burke 




208 




Lisa Burnett 
Diane Bute 
Carol Butler 
George Buzzy 
Alicia Bvrd 



Janice Byrd 
Steve Byrd 
Anita Callahan 
Bryan Callaway 
Cathy Campbell 



Vicky Campbell 
Nancy Candelario 
Martha Canter 
Mike Cantrell 
Janet Carlson 



Anne Carter 
Lois Carter 
Marlene Carter 
Pattie Carter 
Terry Carter 



Tamara Cashour 
James Casteel 
Randy Castelli 
Phyllis Cauley 
Maura Caulfield 



Sharon Cessna 
Linda Chamblee 
Eddie Chapman 
Rick Chapman 
Lynette Chappell 



Martha Chidsey 
George Chruney 
Craig Clark 
Patrice Clark 
Darrell Clay 



209 



Cynthia Cline 

Cindy Coffey 

Lindy Coffey 

Michael Coffey 

Melody Coile 



Mollie Coleman 

Warren Coleman 

Darlene Collins 

Jean Collins 

Janet Conner 



Karl Conner 

Sharon Connors 

Jeff Conrad 

Connie Coomes 

Karen Cooper 



Deborah Corsi 

Stef Costa 

Jim Cotter 

Anna Cowherd 

Diane Coyle 



Richard Craddock 

Julie Crane 

Jim Creel 

Cathy Crow 

Eddie Crumb 




210 




Bill Cundiff 
Doug Cundiff 
Tina Currin 
Bernadine Curtis 
Laurie Dale 



Jackie Dalrymple 
Renee Dalton 
Sonia Dameron 
Melissa Dansey 
Leslie Darney 



Linda Davidson 
Lisa Davidson 
Sue Davidson 
Kirk Davis 
Robert Davis 



James Dawson 



Barbara DeBellis 



Judi Devoy 



Vicki Dillon 



211 



J 



Jimmy Dingas 

Ernie Dinsmore 

Karen Dishman 

Carolyn Dockler 

Catherine Dodson 



Nga DoThi 

Phil Douglas 

Susan Downs 

Robyn Duke 



Tom Dunn 

Hunter Durvin 

Cindy Early 

Joan Edwards 



Jeanne Eggleston 
Robert Elliott 
Janene Elmer 

Barbara Emerson 



Lawrence Emerson 

Sharon Emerson 

Mary Jane Emore 

Barbara English 

Clorinda Ermini 



Judy Evans 

Lee Anne Fairweather 

Sharon Falls 

Beth Ferguson 

Darlene Ferguson 



Ann Ferrari 

Leigh Anne Fields 

Stephanie Fillingane 

Peggy Fisher 

Ruth Fisher 




212 




Kevin Fitzgerald 
Michael Fitzgerald 
Jane Ford 
Virginia Forman 
Don Fox 



Serena Fralin 
Chuck Frank 
Valerie Frank 
Dan Fraser 
Steve Frazier 



Jayne Freed 
Buddy Freund 
William Fridley 
Anita Friedt 
Jennifer Frye 



Sandy Fuchs 
Sally Funck 
Debbie Galvin 
Gina Gareri 
Debbie Garrison 



213 



John Gaspard 

Jane Geary 

Kathy Geris 

Gail Gibson 

Robert Gilbert 



Donna Gill 

Karen Gill 

Pamela Ginaven 

Robin Giorgi 

Kathy Glover 



Cindy Gonzales 

Rick Good 

Rose Goode 

Nancy Googins 

Gary Gorman 



Felicia Grable 

Dorothy Gravely 

Rosemarie Graves 

Less Gray 

Eleanor Green 



Melissa Green 

Susan Greer 

Sherry Grogg 

Dave Guertler 

Sandra Gunter 



Anne Gvifynn 

Linda Hahne 

Jim Hale 

Donna Hall 

Robin Hall 



Patricia Hallam 

Gary Hallowell 

William Hamilton 

Dana Hammett 

Carolyn Hamrick 




214 




Cynthia Handy 
Terry Hann 
Mike Hannah 
Sharon Harkins 
Liz Harkrader 



Susan Harlow 
Patty Harner 
Mary Harris 
Sheila Hart 
Ron Hartlaub 



Anna Harvey 
Norma Hatcher 
Cindy Hawtin 
Melissa Hay 
Cindy Hayden 



Maurice Hayes 
Melinda Hayes 
Mike Hayter 
Holly Heath 
Mitzi Hemp 



Laura Henderson 
M.J. Herbert 
Patricia Herbst 
Catherine Hewlett 
Diane Hicks 



Bettina Higginbotham 
Zella Higginbotham 
David Hillgrove 
Sheri Hinkle 
David Hoar 



Jeanne Hodgson 
Holly Hofferbert 
Bobbi Hoffman 
Darlene Hogge 
Roberta Hogsett 



215 



Tom Holick 
John Holt 



Pam Holt 
Mary Hopkins 



Joanne Hopper 
Brenda Home 



Peggy Houde 

Roger Houser 

Audrey Hrinda 

Cathy Hubbard 

Jessie Hudgins 



Vickie Huffman 

Elizabeth Hummel 

Betsy Humphrey 

Dave Humrich 

Bryan Hunt 



Steve Hussey 

Linda Hutcherson 

David Imre 

Daniel Inglis 

Jonathan Ingram 



Cliff Jackson 

Mary Ann Jackson 

Patricia Jackson 

Robin Jackson 

Karen Jamison 




216 




Vonda Jay 
Jan Jeffreys 
Judy Jennings 
Juliet Jennings 
Betli Johnson 



David Johnson 
Judy Johnson 
Judy Johnson 
Kaye Johnson 
Linda Johnson 



Mark Johnson 
Patty Johnson 
Samuel Johnson 
Debbie Johnston 
Susan Joiner 



Darrilyn Jones 
Virginia joyner 



Patricia Judson 
Steve Judy 



Keith Karamarkovich 
Kim Karamarkovich 



Lisa Karpaitis 
Glenda Kasey 



217 



Julie Kaus 

Ron Kaye 

Jerry Keilsohn 

Frances Kelley 

Terry Kemp 



Ellen Kennedy 



Lorri Kennedy 



Karen Kent 



Ann Kessel 



Carey Kilcoyne 

Kelli King 

Steve King 

Donald Kirkpatrick 

Lou Kite 



Karen Kittilstad 

Karn Knudtsen 

Teresa Kobayashi 

Greg Koenig 

Cindy Kroeck 




218 




Rob Krowiak 
Suzanne Kukla 
Kathy Kump 
Sue Kyger 
Mary Lackey 



Teresa Lacy 
Deany Laliotis 
Daphne Lamar 
Betsy Lancaster 
Paul Lancaster 



Breena Lane 
Beth Larmour 
Marie LaRocque 
Martha Larson 
Kim Law 



Edward Lawrence 
Glenn Lawson 
James Lee 
Jo Lee 
Nathan Lee 



Teresa Leonard 
Bob Leverone 
Lisa Lillard 
Leslie Linder 
Shara Lindsey 



Phyllis Lippe 
Sharon Liskey 
Sallie Litton 
Debbie Lockridge 
Pam Lockwood 



Barbara Logan 
Jennifer Long 
Rex Lord 
Karen Lotts 
Barbara Lumpkin 



219 



Kim Magee 

Julie Magness 

Leigh Magnusdal 

Rick Mallonee 

Debbie Mann 



Melissa Mann 
Mike Marino 
Chuck Marks 

Brad Marshall 
Leslie Martin 



Pepper Martin 

Jan Mathews 

Pam Maurer 

Douglas May 

Marvin Mayo 



Daniel Mays 

Edward McCallum 

Mike McCarthy 

Carol McElroy 

Connie McGhee 



Lori McGill 

Lori McGonegal 

Carolyn McGrady 

John McHale 

Pat McHale 



Tom McKay 

Dave McLaughlin 

Nina McLeod 

Blair McVeigh 

Valerie Meador 



Denise Mealy 

Steve Melton 

Sara Miles 

Diane Mileson 

Cheryl Miller 




220 




leff Miller 
Jennifer Miller 
Dale Minter 
Joyce Mitten 
Andy Molnar 



Kim Monger 
Linda Moody 
Debbie Moomau 
Kevin Moomaw 
Rich Morell 



Brenda Morgan 
Carol Morgan 
Tommy Morris 
Beverly Morriss 
Rich Morrow 



William Mo wry 
James Moyer 
Steve Muncy 
Bill Munzing 
Rynzelle Murray 



Annette Muscarnera 
Keith Naquin 
Bob Nave 
Pam Neff 
Julie Newman 



Karen Nichols 
Carol Nicholson 
Ken Nolan 
Denise Norred 
Charlotte Norris 



Laurie Oakes 
Martha Oakley 
Marlon Oddo 
Phillis Oeters 
Grace Olmsted 



221 



Cee Olshefski 
Joy Olson 



Pete Ostergren 
Annette Owens 



Susan Pack 
Nancy Palmer 



Carol Ann Pamperin 
Ronnie Parker 



Lou Parrague 

Ed Parry 

Eugene Patrick 

Jim Patterson 

Lisa Patterson 



E. W. Paulette 

James Paxton 

Gary Payne 

Mary Anne Pearring 

Linda Pearson 



Michael Perry 
Suzanne Perry 
Kathleen Peter 
Nancy Phalen 
Daphne Phillips 




222 




Elizabeth Phillips 
Phil Phillips 
Ellen Phoebus 
Brian Picardi 
Joan Pilch 



Karen Pilch 
Rusty Pittman 
Elizabeth Plummer 
Christie Polen 
Diane Popple 



Lynne Potter 
Bill Powell 
Sherri Powell 
Karen Prillman 
Cheryl Prindle 



Errol Rafal 
Bill Rector 
Michele Reed 
Jane Reilly 
Terri Reinhart 



Janet Renard 
Kim Rhodes 
Tom Rice 
Regina Rich 
Jill Richards 



223 



Kathleen Richardson 

Tami Richardson 

Randy Ricker 

Paul Rickman 

Norma Riddle 



Andrew Riehm 

Christine Riley 

Jill Rinaca 

Mike Ritter 

Boyd Robertson 



JoAnn Robertson 

Susan Rock 

Avila Rodgers 

Diane Ropp 

Ronald Rose 



John Rosenberger / 



Karen Ross 



Linda Ross 



Donna Rowe 




224 




Joy Rowland 
Cindi Royston 
Kathy Ruesch 
Cathy Ruffin 
Wanda Ruhlin 



Wynn Rushing 
Brenda Russell 
Denny Ryman 
Susan Saffelle 
Stephen Saum 



Ann Saunders 
Leslie Sawyer 
Ellen Schimmel 
Diana Schmitt 
Janet Schooler 



Donna Schuller 
Brenda Schultz 
Julie Schultz 
Jane Scott 
Kathy Seabrook 



Liz Sealey 
Stephanie Sedita 
Susan Seguin 
Cindy Sencindiver 
Earl Shaffer 



Kelly Sharpes 
Judy Shearer 
Dave Sherfey 
Linda Shifflett 
Phil Showers 



Tina Siklosi 
Shirley Sims 
Sue Sims 
Martha Sjostrom 
Charles Skeens 



225 



Brian Skovira 
Kevin Slocum 
Ruth Slusher 
Brenda Smith 
Dennis Smith 



Karen Snarr 

Sandy Sneeringer 

Karen Snopkowski 

Bob Snyder 



VViUiam Snyder 

Sue Solomon 

Mary Jane Sorensen 

Debbie Southall 



Anna Sozio 

Anne Spalding 

Judy Spear 

Jeannie Spitzer 



John Squires 

Helen Stanislav 

Bill Starke 

Carol Stein 

Georgia Stelluto 



Becky Stemper 

Aiine Stiles 

Jenny Stine 

Anne Stokes 

Deborah Stone 



Michie Stovall 
Tim Strait 

Arthur Strunk 
Edward Strunk 
Helen Struthers 





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226 




Dave Su 
Ross Sullivan 
Suzanne Sullivan 
Julia Summitt 
Sharon Supple 



Jean Swrann 
Ray Svifanson 
John Talamo 
Terry Talbott 
Claire Tamberrino 



Karen Tasner 
Lynne Tate 
Charlene Tatum 
Cecilia Taylor 
Joe Taylor 



Pamela Taylor 
Ginger Terry 
Rae Marie Thacker 
Sarah Thierry 
Anne Thomas 



227 



Owen Thomas 

Wanda Thomas 

Douglas Thompson 

Lynn Thompson 

Betty Tinsley 



Ralph Todd 

Julie Tokarz 

Deborah Tompkins 

Pam Trail 

Mark Tredwav 



Scott Trickett 

Diane Tuck 

Carolyn Tucker 

Joe Vagi 

Rhonda Van Dyke 



Tina VanLiere 

John Vest 

John Vogt 

Shelly Vogt 

Debbie Vorous 



Laura Wakeman 

Celia Walston 

Elizabeth Wanner 

Ruth Wariner 

Dana Warren 



Sandra Warren 

Alice Washington 

Lisa Watson 

Rhonda Watson 

Kris Weimerskirch 



Linda Welch 

Cathy Wellman 

Johnnie Wells 

Sharon Wharton 

Myra Wheat 




228 




Mike Zimmerman 
Joanne Zimmermann 
Debbie Zirkle 



Julie Whelan 
Linda Whiteside 
Kin Whitmore 
Kate Widgen 
Richard Wilkinson 



Tom Willett 
Craig Williams 
Marsha Williams 
Stan Williams 
Susan Williams 



Tammye Williamson 
Pamela Wilson 
Walter Wilson 
Kathy Wimer 
Denise Wine 



Ginny Ellen Wisner 
Dean Withers 
Debra Wood 
Melinda Woody 
Allison Woodzell 



Anita Wray 
Janet Wrieden 
Dan Wright 
Sue Wright 
Dwayne Yancey 



Michael Yancey 
Debbie Yard 
Dawn Young 
Debbie Young 
Anita Younger 



229 



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Aimee Applegarth 

Leigh Argabright 

Alison Armstrong 

Janet Armstrong 

Kay Arnold 



Jeffrey Artis 

Dana Asbell 

Carolyn Ashey 

Susan Austin 

Jamie Auxt 



Delma Bacon 
Linden Bain 

Juli Balducci 
Scott Balogh 
Terry Bandy 



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230 




Karen Baynes 
Theresa Beale 
Joyceanne Beaman 
Gregory Beavers 
Mary Becker 



Pat Beckett 
Claudia Bedwell 
Barbara Bell 
Calvin Bell 
David Belote 



231 



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Mike Benshoff 
Joannie Benton 

Melissa Bettge 

Rosemary Belts 

William Billingsley 



Andrew Black 

Chris Blackburn 

Jennifer Blake 

Michael Blake 

Debbie Blankenship 



Gary Bloch 

Bonnie Boaz 

Brian Boespflug 

Penny Boettcher 

Bobby Boggs 



Shery Bohon 

Jeffrey Bolander 

Lisa Boley 

Anna Bonham 

Sally Booth 



Kathy Borger 

Kim Bosse 

Jeff Bostic 

Margot Boublik 

Donna Boush 



Sharon Bowers 

Amy Bowling 

Brett Bowman 

Bill Boyne 

Elizabeth Boywid 



Gerald Bradford 

Pat Bradley 

Teresa Breen 

Pat Brennan 

Scott Breslin 




232 




Diane Bridgeforth 

Wanda Bristow 
Kathy Britt 
Cathy Brittingham 
Courtney Brooks 



Jack Brooks 
Cassandra Brown 
Genia Brown 
Janet Brown 
Sara Brown 



Kathy Bryan 
Lesley Bryant 
Linda Buckingham 
Paul Buford 
Tina Bukowski 



Kathy Bunch 
Cathy Burke 
Timothy Burkholder 
Terri Burner 
Maribeth Burnett 



Ralph Bushey 
Julie Butkiewicz 
Bernard Butler 
Patti Buttram 
Holly Byrd 



Pattie Cadwallader 
Claudia Cahill 
Kim Callis 
Steve Calloway 
Cathy Cameron 



Kevin Campbell 
Patricia Carey 
Cathleen Carlson 
Ed Carroll 
Shelton Carter 



233 



Lisa Gary 
Karen Cashman 



Elizabeth Cave 
Lori Chafee 



Brenda Chandler 
Kelly Chapman 



Charlie Chilcoat 

Greg Childers 

Mary Cioccio 

Brad Clark 

Carrie Clark 



Cathy Clark 

Sarah Clark 

Angela Clary 

Ronald Clary 

Darel Claxton 



Denise Claxton 

Evelyn Clay 

Diana Clements 

Stephen Cochran 

Joe Codispoti 



Anne Coffman 

Michelle Coker 

Glenn Cole 

Vonda Coleman 

Jeff Collier 





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Vickie Collins 

Sue Colyer 
Todd Combee 
D.B. Combs 
Jeff Compher 



Kathy Compton 
Mark Concilus 
Melora Conis 
Francis Connelly 
Cathey Conner 



Tony Conner 
Nicki Constantinos 
Rich Coon 
Sybl Cooper 
Meg Coradi 



Leisa Corbin 
Kevin Corcoran 



Kim Cordell 
Becca Cowan 



David Cox 
Kirk Cox 



Wanda Crane 
Debbie Craven 



235 



Wendall Creasy 

Scott Criser 

John Crooks 

Kimberly Crossett 

John Crowley 



Denise Crumling 

Sam Cundiff 

Mitzi Cunningham 

Diane Darling 

Marge Davidson 



Betty Davis 

Jane Davis 

Karen Davis 

Kevin Davis 

Lynn Davis 



Wade Davis 

Linda Dawson 

Linda Deacon 

Karen Delawder 

Nancy Demart 



Edward DeMasters 

La Eunice Dennis 

Susan Denton 

Susan Deremer 

Susan Derendorf 



Jody Derrickson 

Kim Dinges 

Thomas Dinwiddle 

Joe DiPeppe 

jess Dishner 



Jim Doak 

David Dobson 

John Dobson 

Donna Dodson 

David Donnelly 




236 




Mary Donny 
Dianna Donovan 
Karen Downey 
David Downs 
Keith Drevets 



Jeff Driver 
Mark Dronfield 
Michael Dubus 
Barbara Duclos 
Kathy Duerr 



Carolyn Durrer 
Risa Durrett 
Susan Durrin 
Michael Dyre 
Mary Easley 



Linda Eckert 
Bruce Eckmeder 
Steve Eckstein 
Jim Edmondson 
Kay Engleby 



237 



Kathy Erdman 

Tammy Estep 

Sam Eure 

Mitch Everton 
Pete Fakoury 



Cindy Farmer 

Cynthia Federhen 

Tom Felix 

Annette Ferguson 

Karen Ferguson 



Martha Fergusson 

Pamela Finley 

Barbara Fintel 

Chris Firesheets 

Machelle Fisher 



Robert Fisher 

Jill Fitzgerald 

Jeff Fitzsimmons 

Pamela Foltz 

Karen Fones 



Elizabeth Ford 

Robert Ford 

June Fox 

Joan Franetovich 

Debbie Fravel 



Ann Marie Freeman 

Marsha Frith 

Mary Fulk 

Becky Furie 

Ray Gallagher 



Mike Galstan 

Jim Gander 

Joan Gardiner 

Abby Gary 

Jim Gatson 




238 




Craig Gelbert 
Keith Giarrusso 
Jill Gilbert 
Laurie Gillaugh 
John Gira 



Steve Giuffre 
JoAnn Giuliani 
Vickie Gochenour 
Stan Golden 
Joyce Good 



Sue Good 
Becky Goods 
Sharon Gordon 
Patty Grandel 
Karen Grassan 



Gary Gray 
Jean Gray 
Linda Green 
Lois Green 
Paula Green 



Chuck Greene 
Stephanie Gregory 
Margie Grinstead 
Linda Grooms 
Nancy Grzeskiewicz 



Mark Guerin 
Wendy Gulick 
Karen Gunter 
Gwen Guthrie 
Don Haag 



David Hagy 
Andy Hall 
Bob Hall 
Douglas Hall 
Martha Hall 



239 



Tom Hampton 
Linda Hamrick 



Nancy Hanau 
Daisy Hancock 



Cathy Hanks 
Karen Hann 



Linda Harding 
Jackie Harner 



Catherine Harris 

Charles Harris 

Debbie Harris 

Teresa Harris 

John Harrison 



Karen Harrison 

Helen Hart 

Virginia Hart 

Barbara Hartung 

Karen Harvey 



Paige Hawkins 

Melody Haynes 

Sharon Henderson 

Richard Hendrick 

Greg Hensley 




240 




David Herrell 
Leo Hibson 
Karen Higgs 
Kathy Hilbert 
Lisa Hill 



Peggy Hilts 
Pat Hinchman 
Joanie Hinckle 
Diana Hiner 
Brian Hochheimer 



Angela Hochmeister 
Teri Hockman 
Thad Hockman 
Cindy Hoddinott 
Diana Hodge 



Barbara Hoenninger 
Kay Hoffman 
Barbara Hogshead 
Steven Holsinger 
Kim Holt 



Dean Honeycutt 
Carol Hoover 
Lois Hopkins 
Ken Hopper 
Donna Horky 



241 



Robert Hott 

Dana Howard 

Laura Howard 

Pam Hewlett 

Kevin Hull 



Ronald Hulshizer 

Susan Hulvey 

Hillary Huntsinger 

Walt Hurley 

Suzanne Hurst 



Robert Hutcherson 

Antoinette Hutchins 

Lewis Hutchison 

Shirley Hutter 

Laurie Ingrassia 



Dennis Jackson 
Jean Jacobsen 

Andy Jamerson 
Diane Jarreis 
Diane Jeffrey 



Don Jennings 

Betsy Johnson 

Kim Johnson 

Laurie Johnson 

Charlie Johnston 




242 




Cheryl Jones 
Claudia Jones 
Jamie Jones 
Monica Jones 
Nancy Jones 



Diane Jordan 
Linda Joyce 
Andrea Junes 
Kathy Kaechele 
Robert Kaltman 



Lorna Kattman 
Mary Kay 
Tedi-Lynn Keller 
Patricia Kelley 
Patricia Kelly 



Jody Keyser 



Janie King 



William King 



Katherine Kings 



243 



Linda Kipps 

Robert Kirkpatrick 

Lorin Kish 

Dianne Kline 

Emily Kline 



Debbie Klopp 

Annette Koch 

Mark Kolesar 

Edward Kosciuszko 



Keith Kosco 

Julie Kossler 

Karen Kummer 

Jeff Kunkler 



Tim Lacey 

Jacquelyn LaFever 

Nancy Lagownik 

Sandy Lam 



Susan LaMotte 

Teresa Langley 

Anne Larson 

Mark Latsios 

Fred Laube 



Debi Lawrence 
Doug Lawver 
Danny Leary 

Leslee Ledden 
Bonnie Lee 



Kathy Lee 

Jeannie Lees 

Cheryl Leonard 

Susan Lewis 

Jane Ligon 




244 




Cathy Link 
Susan Lipps 
Dawn Little 
Sandy Lofdahl 
Angela Long 



Charles Lotts 
Lisa Loving 
Scott Lowke 
Kimberly Lucas 
Frances Lund 



Brooks Lyles 
Barb Lynn 
Curtiss Maas 
Mary Mabie 
Cynthia Malone 






David Maloney 
Nancy Manners 
Myra Manns 
Billie Mansfield 
Michael Mansfield 



245 



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Liz Marker! 

Carey Marr 

Kathy Marshall 

Robert Marshall 

Barbara Martin 



Claudia Martin 

David Martin 

Jo Martin 

Judy Martin 

Slade Martin 



Tricia Marvin 

Sibyl Mast 

Bill Matthews 

Wanda Mawyer 

Al Mays 



Rodney McAllister 

Anne Marie McCleaf 

Mark McClelland 

Jeanne McClung 

Brenda McCoy 



Karen McCue 

Charles McCullough 

Donna McCullough 

Michelle McCullough 

Cathy McDaniel 



Joy McDaniel 

Sue McChee 

Robert McGinnis 

Lorraine Mclndoe 

Bob McKenzie 



Beth McLauchlin 

Donna McMillan 

Kent McMillan 

Kate McMullan 

Mitzi McNeil 




246 




Kim McPhillips 
Suzanne McVay 
Judy Meadows 
Laurie Melichar 
Dave Mergenthal 



Lyn Merritt 
Susan Messick 
Sally Metcalf 
Donn Meyerhoeffer 
Patti Meyerhoeffer 



Valerie Michaels 
Kim Miley 
Becky Miller 
David Mills 
Beth Mitchell 



Caroline Mitchell 
John Mitchell 
Carol Moberg 
Jacqueline Mollenauer 
Lynn Montague 



Ellie Mooney 
Liz Morley 
Sarah Morrison 
Dave Morton 
Janice Mosser 



Wayne Motley 
Valerie Mount 
Cathy Moxley 
Mike Mullen 
Gayle Murphy 



Joanne Murphy 
Betty Murray 
Doreen Murray 
Laura Murray 
Susi Murray 



247 



Debbie Myers 

Wanda Myers 

Cindy Nash 

Teresa Neal 

Rusty Nelson 



Steve Newton 

Karen Nockeneost 

Becky Northen 

Donna Nowlin 

Susan Oddenino 



Mary O'Quinn 

Jody O'Rourke 

Florence Ossea 

Carol Ostrye 

Rosemary Ould 




248 




Mary Ovrevik 
Sally Palmer 
Therese Palmer 
Cyndie Palmore 
Leesa Papit 



Glen Parker 
Mary Parker 
Caroline Parlett 
Allan Paterson 
Leslie Patton 



Stephen Patton 
O.C. Paynter 
Sarah Perkins 
David Perrow 
David Peters 



Blake Phillips 
Ellen Phillips 
Mary Phillips 
Scott Phillips 
Joe Pietzyk 



Margie Pinkerton 
Becky Pope 
Nick Poth 
Debbie Poulsen 
Lisa Powers 



Rick Pratt 
Sandra Price 
Paige Prince 
Katny Raines 
Marianne Raiselis 



Chris Raub 
Kathryn Rawley 
Tracy Rectanus 
Marti Redford 
John Reese 



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249 



Jane Reid 
Anita Rennie 



Bobbi Richardson 
Carol Richardson 



Stephen Richardson 
Terri Richardson 



Frank Ridgway 
David Rogotti 



Becky Rinker 

Alice Ritchie 

David Ritt 

Debbie Rittenhouse 

Sherry Roadcap 



Anne Roane 

Mary Robb 

Cathy Roberson 

Jessica Robertson 

Steven Robinett 



Teri Robinson 

Celia Robnett 

Sue Roll 

Debbie Roman 

John Roop 




250 




Terry Ross 
Jill Rowe 
Patricia Rozell 
Arlene Rucker 
Kent Ruffe 



Elaine Runner 
Barbara Russell 
Lex Russell 
Cindy Rutherford 
Ardon Rutkai 



Melissa Rutz 
Kevin Salamandra 
Susie Sale 
Kimberly Sampson 
Ron Sanders 



Craig Sandoski 
John Saunders 
Ken Saunders 
George Scheeler 
Pam Schmidtke 



Terri Schrack 
Joe Schuster 
Teresa Scoppa 
Maitha Scott 
Missy Shaw 



251 



Sukie Shaw 

Kevin Shea 

Michelle Shelton 

Barbara Sheridan 

Donna Shields 



Sharon Shifflett 



Brenda Shipp 



Sue Short 



Vicki Showalter 



April Showers 

Shane Showker 

Stephanie Shroyer 

Dwan Simmons 

Amy Simon 



Radi Simpson 

Steve Sipe 

Julianne Sisson 

Kenneth Smead 

Jeff Smelley 




252 




Becky Smith 
Bruce Smith 
Charles Smith 
Debbie Smith 
Debra Smith 



Dennis Smith 
Kathy Smith 
Leslie Smith 
Margaret Smith 
Margie Smith 



Pam Smith 
Susan Smith 
Annette Snyder 
Dawn Snyder 
Ron Snyder 



Tim Snyder 
Jan Soper 
Sherry Spencer 
Linda Stalcup 
Cindy Stanley 



Suzanne Stannard 
Linda Stewart 
Bret Stine 
Melissa Stoll 
Ronald Strecker 



Dorothy Strickland 
William Sullivan 
Kathy Surface 
Charles Sutherland 
Leslie Sweeton 



Linda Swinson 
James Tapley 
Mary Tatum 
David Thacker 
Ben Thomas 



253 



Beth Thomas 
Victoria Thomasson 



Paul Thompson 
Scott Thompson 



Valerie Thompson 
Barbara Thresher 



Lars Thune 

Cheryl Todd 

Mark Townley 

Jim Treacy 

Dawnita Truitt 



Donald Trumble 

Paul Tucker 

Patti Tully 

Bill Turner 

Ruth Turner 



Shirley Turner 

Mary Tusing 

Rick Uber 

Don Ursitti 

Jeff Valler 



Marjorie Vanaver 

Cindy Vance 

Terry VanderVeen 

Nancy VanMeter 

Patty VanScoyoc 




254 




chuck Vaughan 
Lisa Vesper 
Mark Via 
Michael Vineyard 
Scott Vollero 



Cindy Waddell 
Becky Waggy 
Debbie Wagner 
Skip Wagner 
Richard Wagoner 



Lisa Wahlgren 
Leslie Waldrop 
Sharon Walge 
Stephen Walker 
Susan Wallace 



Suzie Walsh 
Lee Walters 



Ellen Wampler 
Sherry Ward 



Marty Watkins 
Kathryn Watson 



Ruby Watson 
Terry Watson 



255 



Katherine Way 

Sharon Webb 

Marybeth Wegener 

Kathy Welch 

Susan West 



Ricky Weyer 

Kathee Wheatley 

Cheryl Wheeler 

Jeannette Whitlock 

Sheri Wichael 



Cindy Williams 

Julie Williams 

Julie Williams 

Pamela Williams 

Theresa Williams 



Tim Williams 

Debbie Williamson 

Diane Williamson 

Debra Wilson 

Robin Wilson 



Jeff Wingo 

Becky Wood 

Joan Wood 

Wayne Wood 

David Woodburn 



Julie Woodring 

Cynthia Wright 

Ed Wright 

Eddie Wright 

Kim Wright 



Laura Wright 

Peggy Wright 

Terri Wrightson 

Cay Wyatt 

Susan Wysor 




256 




257 



Laura Akers 
Julie Alden 



Mary Alexander 
James Allison 



Richard Amacher 
Clelia Amari 



Charlotte Ammons 
Christy Anastasi 



Annette Anderson 

Barbara Anderson 

Becky Anderson 

Kaye Anderson 

Kim Anderson 



Dave Andre 

Karen Archer 

Liz Arconti 

Patty Armstrong 

Tim Arnette 



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258 




Pamela Arnn 
Stacey Arnold 
Virginia Amy 
Cindy Axell 
Paul Bachmann 



Tim Bailey 
Brenda Baker 
Kimberly Baldwin 
Gary Ballowe 
Debbie Banton 



Leslie Barham 
Sharon Barr 
Anne Barth 
Nancy Hartley 
Bobby Baughan 



Dale Beall 
Shawn Beasley 
Amy Bennett 
Yvonne Bennett 
Anne Marie Benson 



Kathy Black 
Linda Blakeley 
Liz Bock 

Mary Jane Boiling 
Charles Bond 



William Bonham 
Mitzie Booth 
Rusty Botkin 
Cheryl Bottomley 
Susan Bower 



Julie Bowers 
Donna Jo Bowman 
Michael Bowman 
Tammy Branch 
Paula Brentlinger 



259 



Betsy Brinkley 
Tim Brodnax 
Karen Brooks 

Laurie Brooks 
Pam Brooks 



Ginny Brown 

Gwendolyn Brown 

Rhonda Brown 

Stephanie Brown 

Lee Ann Bryant 



Edward Bugg 

Lorenzo Bundy 

Ellen Burk 

Barbara Burke 

Jennifer Burruss 



Susan Butler 

Nancy Burton 

Doug Byrd 

Rhonda Calhoun 

Kimberly Galos 



Cathleen Cannon 

Donna Cannon 

Colleen Cappello 

Al Cardwell 

Bev Carter 




260 




Bob Cashion 
Libby Chamberlain 
Donna Chapman 
Mark Chester 
Steve Childress 



Dawna Chisolm 
Cindy Christman 
Jennifer Ciaccio 
Gail Clary 
Helen Cockiell 



Elizabeth Coffer 
Ann Coffman 
Cathy Coleman 
Susan Coleman 
Cliff Condit 



Tim Connors 



Becky Cook 



K. Cook 



Sherry Coor 




261 



Robert Cope 

Carole Coppage 

Monty Cornell 

Kim Costello 

Diane Cousins 



Julia Cousins 

Jane Cowherd 

Karen Craig 

Anne Cralle 

Sallyann Cramer 



Kelly Craun 

Ann Crigler 

Deana Crowder 

Pamela Cullop 

Charles Cunningham 



Pam Curran 

Teresa Cyrus 

Cathy Dagenhart 

Brian Daley 

Pete Dalonzo 



Alison Davenport 

Jon Davis 

Kelly Davis 

Linda Davis 

Susan Davifson 



Lisa Dellwo 

Allen Derflinger 

Marcia Dial 

Debbie Diehl 

Joan Ditmore 



Anne Dombroskie 

John Doren 

Dorman Dove 

Martin Downey 

Mike Downey 




262 




Sharon Duff 
Bonnie Duncan 
Dee Dunford 
Debbie Dunham 
Steve Dustin 



Anne Edmunds 
Monica Ellis 
Cindy Elmore 
Craig England 
Ellen English 



Debbie Erwin 
Mike Evans 
Susan Fadeley 
Donita Farmer 
Donna Farthing 



Lynn Feagin 
Mary Pat Fearon 
Mary Federline 
Katrina Fells 
George Ference 



Tom Fischetti 
Tricia Fischetti 
Cathy Fisher 
Kathy Fitch 
Madeleine Flaherty 



Bob Flanagan 
Margie Flanagan 
Leslie Flanary 
Karen Foley 
Diane Formica 



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Steven Forrest 
Charles Fowler 
Sharon Fox 
Nelson Franks 
Betsy Frazier 



263 



Bob Friedman 
Martha Frisina 



Michael Fulton 
Miriam Funkhouser 



Rudv Furman 
Vicki Gaddy 



Ruth Gaines 
Neal Gallimore 



Valerie Gangwer 

Scott Geisbert 

Patty Genovese 

Anna Gerard 

Jack Gerblick 



Marty Gerrity 

Robin Gill 

Michael Gillie 

Jan Gira 

Donna Givens 



Lisa Glass 

Christine Gmitter 

Ivy Goldstein 

Donna Gormours 

Margita Grable 




264 




Maria Grabowsky 
John Greaney 
Cathy Greblunas 
Michele Green 
Helen Greifer 



Karen Griffith 
Maria Grosz 
Chubby Grover 
Jo Grubbs 
Dawn Gruenwald 



Beth Guthrie 
Debbie Guthrie 
Paula Gyorko 
Mike Hagen 
Elizabeth Hale 



Cheryl Hall 
Tom Hamill 
Sarah Hamilton 
Serita Hamilton 
Susan Hamilton 



Korry Haney 
Mark Hardin 
Caroline Hardy 
Jill Harkin 
Nancy Harmon 



265 



Donna Harpine 

Ann Beth Harris 

Cindy Harris 

Judith Harris 

Page Harrison 



Linda Harwell 

Steve Hasky 

David Haycox 

Lisa Hays 

Lisa Headley 



Kathy Heath 

Wayne Hedrick 

Kurt Hempel 

William Henderson 

William Henderson 




266 




Kathie Henry 
Beth Hensley 
Beth Higgins 
Jeffrey HUl 
Cathy HilUard 



Susan Hobbs 
Roni Hoffman 
Suzanne Hoffman 
Brenda Hogan 
Beth Hogg 



Lisa Holley 
Sharon Hooper 
Mary Hopkins 
Cindy Hott 
Greg Howell 



Deborah Huddle 
Vickie Hulse 
Ellen Hundley 
Julie Hunter 
Mary Ann Husted 



Laura Hylbert 
Ken IngersoU 
Nancy Jackson 
Wanda Jackson 
Lisa Jacobsen 



Andrea Jakobsson 
Jennefer Jean 
Rick Jenkins 
Andrew Jett 
Erin Johnston 



Dianne Jonassen 
Carlene Jones 
Marlene Jones 
Marty Jorstad 
Lisa Kassem 



267 



Robert Keith 

Susan Keith 

Kathleen KelUher 

Becky Kelly 

Holly Kelly 



Tara Kelly 

Amber Kennedy 

Marta Kennedy 

Terri Kennedy 

Tricia Kenney 



Sarah Kenyon 

Luanne Kerchaval 

Emerson Keslar 

Patrick Kessing 

Debbie Kidwell 



Rejeanna Kilby 
Chris Kile 
Fred King 

Molly Kingma 
Teru Kinnv 



Joanne Kluge 

Barbara Kluson 

Gail Koch 

Rick Koch 

Margaret Kot 



Nancy Koury 
Tracey Krause 
Debbie Krentz 

Freddy Kuhn 
Karen Kukla 



Andy Kules 

Malcolm LaFever 

Evelyn Lafferty 

Karen LaForge 

Nancy Laird 




268 




Wanda Lam 
Beth Lambdon 
Peggy Larimer 
Jennifer Lawhon 
Robin Lawrence 



Lori Lawson 
Daniel Leaman 
Arthur Lee 
Linda Lee 
Lee Ann Leib 



Dorothy Lenzi 
Gail LeRoy 
Brian Lewis 
Rodney Lewis 
Jean Liggett 



Laura Lightner 
Jeanie Liles 
Janet Llllard 
Lisa Linden 
Mary Lively 



Tricia Locke 
Carole Logan 
Lynn Lough 
Paula Love 
Gretchen Lovett 



Karen Loving 
Sara Lowe 
Chris Luke. 
Lee Lukhard 
Dennis Lundbald 



Theodore Mabry 
Patricia MacCallum 
Holly MacFarland 
Phyllis MacMillan 
Mark Maggio 



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chip Mahan 
Angela Malnar 



Laura Marcy 
Anne Mares 



Mary Marshall 
Jody Mathias 



Linda Matthews 

Lisa May 

Lori May 

Janet Mayberry 

Patricia Mayer 



J.R. Mayes 

Lester Mays 

William McAnulty 

Colleen McCarthy 

Karyn McChesney 



Jean McClellan 

James McClenahan 

Barbie McClung 

Hunter McCorkle 

David McCormick 



Robert McCoy 

Wendy McCurley 

Terri McDaniel 

Barbara McGowan 

Bessie McLeod 




270 




Gisele McMuUen 
Pepse McNeil 
Renee McPartland 
Paula Meade 
Debbie Meador 



Barbara Mellender 
Rene Meredith 
Penny Merriman 
Leslie Meyer 
Terry Middleton 



Stephanie Miller 
Mike Mills 
Colette Mitchell 
Kristy Mohr 
Beverly Moore 



Marilou Moore 
Cynthia Morcom 



Carlton Morris 
Greg Morris 



Gwen Morris 
Hal Morris 



Kris Morris 
Pam Morris 



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Pat Morris 

Georgia Moss 

Lori Mowen 

Wanda Moyer 

Kevin Murphy 



Michael Murtagh 

Patricia Nance 

Jim Naquin 

Greg Naylor 

Rhea Neal 



Mike Neary 

Alma Nicholas 

Kathryn Niswander 

Brenda Norris 

Kendal Nusbaum 



Maryalice O'Connor 

Kevin O'Hare 

Cathy Olcheski 

Jane Ollice 

William Owen 



Ann Palmer 



Tammy Pangle 



Lisa Parisek 




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Mike Parker 
Teri Parker 
Valerie Pate 
Julie Patterson 
Terry Patterson 



Derrick Payne 
Linda Peck 
Anne Pederson 
Becca Perkins 
Cindy Persson 



Annette Petrella 
Bobby Pfeifer 
Annette Phillips 
Lisa Phillips 
Lynwood Phillips 



Mary Anna Phillips 



Pamela Phillips 



Lou Piano 



Jerry Pierce 



273 



Karen Pierce 

Tina Pike 

Nancy Pilch 

Margherite Poh 

Sonia Polansky 



Ann Pond 

Tommy Pond 

Dianne Pool 

Ann Poplawski 

Beth Presley 



Diann Presley 

Sherilyn Preston 

Robin Price 

Sandra Price 

Susan Price 



Judy Przybocki 
Brad Puett 

Mike Puglisi 
Melissa Purnell 

Diane Quigg 



Kathy Railey 

Carol Randall 

Leigh Randies 

Miranda Redard 

Lynn Reding 



Virginia Reese 
Liz Reichart 

Jannell Rennie 
Sandi Reynolds 
Susan Reynolds 



Brenda Rhea 

Barbara Richards 

Steve Richmond 

Jeanette Rickman 

Maureen Riley 




274 




Kevin Rishell 
Allen Ritchie 
Marc Rize 
Laura Robertson 
Gary Robinson 



Leslie Robinson 
Sandy Robison 
Robin Rollins 
Greg Rose 
Elaine Ross 



Julie Rowe 
Tim Rowe 
Jimmy Rule 
Bill Russell 
Jeff Saffelle 



Faith Salsbury 
Casey Schaffer 
Rita Schamerhorn 
Carolyn Schellhorn 
Claire Schilling 



Janell Schoedler 
Nancy Scholberg 
John Schultz 
Keith Scott 
Pamela Scott 



Suzanne Scott 
Rachel Seligmann 
Alisa Shakman 
Bill Shannon 
Kathy Shannon 



Luanne Shearer 
Linda Sheldon 
Linda Shelton 
Tommy Shields 
Pamela Shoaff 



275 



Deborah Shone 

Jane Showalter 

Kathy Showalter 

Beth Siddons 

Lyn Siekirski 



Kathryn Sims 



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Richard Sines 



Karen Siron 

John Sjostrom 

Cindy Skaggs 

Jeanne Sky 

Cheryl Smith 



Dave Smith 

Gary Smith 

Kevin Smith 

Merrill Smith 

Paige Smith 



Pamela Smith 

Steve Smith 

Anne Sonoga 

Pam Southerly 

Mary Eileen Spencer 




276 




Neil Spiller 
Joan Stalls 
Doug Stearman 
Allison Steffey 
Casey Stemper 



Robert Stephan 
Joanne Steves 
Jill Stone 
Sharon Storms 
Kathy Stoy 



Paul Stranz 
Stephen Stratton 
Cheryl Stukey 
Donald Sturgill 
Maureen Sullivan 



Karen Sundquist 
Steve Supple 
Michael Suter 
Mark Sutton 
Bonnie Swank 



Jay Swanson 
Bayard Sweeney 
Darren Talbot 
Sandy Talbott 
Jean Tallyn 



Randall Tapley 
Cindy Tasker 
Chris Taylor 
Elizabeth Taylor 
Janie Taylor 



Karen Taylor 
Theresa Taylor 
David Teel 
Michael Templeton 
Debbie Templon 



277 



Beth Terry 

Robert Thagard 

Linda Thomas 

Debbie Thomason 

Michele Tiedemann 



Lorretta Tobin 
Mike Tolusso 



Robin Romlin 

Nancv Towler 



Mitch Townley 

Drew Trotman 

Carolyn True 

Anita Turner 

Blair Turner 



Courtney Turner 

Mary Turner 

Barbara Unger 

Brett VanNieuwenhuise 

Patricia Varner 



Debi Vaughan 

Penny Vegge 

Joy Via 

Julie Vidrick 

Leslie Voegler 



Patricia Waddy 

Pat Walrond 

Kathy Walther 

Susan Walton 

Alice Ward 




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Don Ward 
Kelly Ward 
Kathy Wason 
Robin Watkins 
Kaye Weatherholtz 



Wayne Weeks 
Mary Wells 
Lynn Wessen 
Cindy Wetherald 
Lou Ann Whetzel 



David White 
John White 
Linda White 
Ruth Whitehead 
Susan Whitehurst 



Angle Whiteside 
Donna Whitlock 



Jan Whitlow 
Julie Wilber 



Kathy Wilcox 
Rebecca Wilkins 



Rose Williams 
Sandra Williams 



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Wanda Williams 

Pamela Wilson 

Connie Wimbrough 

Johnny Witt 

Kelly Wittenauer 



Peter Wojcicki 

Stasia Wolicki 

Kathryn Woodson 

Keri Wormald 

Scott Warner 



Dana Worrell 

Cindy Wright 

Michael Wright 

Sally Wright 

Anne Yates 



Jeff Yost 

Regina Young 

Sally Young 

George Zahn 

Eric Zimmerman 




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The Interfraternity Council of JMU is an organization composed of the 
eight social fraternities. Each fraternity has three representatives on the 
council and the purpose of this organization is to promote Greek unity. 
The IFC also involves itself with service projects and making the cam- 
pus aware of the importance of fraternities. 




1 to r row 1 — jim parks — secretary, clyde findley. travis witt — president, rusty pittman, 
bernie dean, bill maltby, burnie powers, row 2 — sieve driebe, keith willman, tim Steele, 
danny dunn, jeff hill, bob edwards, mike miller, mark moroney, chuck mann. douglas 
drewyer, rick arthur. row 3 — peter tropf, robin bryan, Steven kish, bill cundiff, eddie 
bourdon, bvron vranas — treasurer. 



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Kappa Sigma is one of the old- 
est and largest fraternities. It 
was founded at the University 
of Virginia in 1869. It has since 
expanded to over 180 chapters 
nationwide, with over 500 of its 
alumni members being interna- 
tionally recognized in the pub- 
lication Who's Who. As a social 
fraternity, the Lambda Sigma 
Chapter has grown under the 
principles of academics, broth- 
erhood, and the party. The 
members of our chapter are 
selected on the basis of qual- 
ities of ability, personality, and 
character. We are active in in- 
tramural sports, as well as 
many other campus activities. 
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The Panhellenic Council strives to achieve unity 
among the seven women's fraternities on JMU's 
campus. The Council is the governing body for all 
Greek women. In conjunction with the Interfrater- 
nity Council, Panhellenic promotes a unified Greek 
system through various service activities in the 
community and on the university campus. Panhel- 
lenic arranges various social activities and pro- 
motes high scholastic achievement. 




1 to r row 1 — karen carnes — treasurer, pat creagh — chairman, 
pat Henderson — chairman-elect, cindy harris — rush chairman, 
carol butler — rush chairman-elect, row 2 — sharon ullmann, 
Suzanne greene, kathy seabrook, kathy gaskill, teri long, mary 



losa, cheryl lawson. sabrina hancock. row 3 — susan harlow, 
cindy reid, karin sievers, denyce kay, donna hall, carolyn spann, 
terri beazley, lynn thompson, debby bowman. 



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1 to r huilla rodgers — corresponding secretary, linda 
Washington — president, Valencia wilson — parliamentar- 
ian, cathy hairston — treasurer, carrolet taylor — advisor, 
deborah tompkins — historian, alicia byrd — 1st vice- 



president, Juliet Jennings — 2nd vice-president, kaye 
Johnson — sergeant-at-arms, zella higginbotham — record- 
ing secretary, kim white, kay harrison — historian. 



Delta Sigma Theta originated in 1913 at How- 
ard University. The 22 founders envisioned an 
organization of college women pledged to seri- 
ous endeavor and community service. Delta has 
grown from a membership of 22 to an interna- 
tional membership of 85,000 women. The JMU 
chapter, Iota chapter, began in 1970, with elev- 
en women. Since the inception of the Iota 
Alpha chapter, we have contributed services to 
the campus and community thru a Sickle Cell 
Clinic, Health Fair Assistants, JMU Blood Bank, 
Christmas and Thanksgiving Baskets, and 
Swine Flu Vaccination. 



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accounting honor society 



The Madison Accounting 
Honor Society is in its first year 
of existence. It is composed of 
accounting majors who have 
achieved at least a 3.25 G.P.A. 
in accounting courses with a 
3.1 overall. The purposes of the 
society are to instill in its 
members desire for self- 
improvement; to foster high 
moral and ethical standards in 
its members; to encourage and 
give recognition to scholastic 
and professional excellence; to 
cultivate a sense of responsibil- 
ity and service in its members; 
to promote the collegiate study 
of accountancy; and to provide 
opportunities for association 
among its members and prac- 
ticing accountants. 



Alpha Beta Alpha, the national 
undergraduate Library Science 
Fraternity, is an opportunity for 
students interested in the field 
of Library Science to obtain ad- 
ditional knowledge about the 
profession and to aid them in 
setting and expanding their ca- 
reer goals. In this pursuit, the 
JMU chapter. Alpha Alpha, 
provides various programs and 
activities. Speakers provide 
club members with information 
to aid them in their profes- 
sional growth as future media 
specialists. Other activities in 
which members have partici- 
pated include bake sales, apple 
picking, paperback book sales, 
and attending book fairs and 
media congresses. 




1 to r center — dr. james fox — advisor, row 1 — mary harerty. bonnie marr, betty harris, beth cokman, 
peggy majer, dee dee Collins, row 2 — wiley keel, jr., james ingersol, bob crowley, randolph hite, randall 
brandt. donald hulrey, John knight, bruce blyer, don marek, thomas henschen. 



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1 to r — peg honecker, pat davidson — vice-president, barbara thresher, daphne phillips, susan halman 
— secretary, Virginia forman. debbie cain, eileen mitchell — president, elaine birch, neena wright — 
treasurer, nancy reich — pledge chairman. 



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1 to r row 1 — torn regan, cutch armstrong, cindy smoot, patsy Johns, debra tompkins, chris walsh. reenie 
agnew. row 2 — sandy kirkland, nan butler, robin reed, John hedges, wayne baker, larry bocknek, nancy 
lyons, alice barrow, ann wright. row 3 — rich fulton, mike martineUi, winston shepherd, row 4 — mark 
garwood. 




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1 to r row 1 — torn regan, ann wright, sandy kirkland. row 2 — amanda rainey — vice president, debra 
tompkins — alumni coordinator, lawrence bocknek — president, robin reed — treasurer, nan butler — 
secretary, reenie agnew — public relations. 



The National Honorary Broadcasting Society is the oldest and 
largest organization of broadcasting students and professionals 
in the United States. The societies' 12,000 members represent 
both students of colleges and universities across the country, 
and professionals from all areas of the communication indus- 
try. The NHBS encourages and rewards scholarship and ac- 
complishment among students in broadcasting, recognizing 
the educated broadcaster, not the trade school technician. It 
continues to emphasize superior scholarship and creative par- 
ticipation in broadcast production and related activities. 




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1 to r row 1 — judy stowe, ross carter, jr. — president, nga do thi. row 2 — craig sampson — 2nd vice-president, donna spindle, gary 
toyama. 1st vice-president. 



alpha phi omega 



Alpha Phi Omega is an organization basing its ide- 
als on service to the nation, community, campus, 
and the fraternity. It follows the Greek tradition of a 
pledge period and membership is open to those 
willing to work. Each year the chapter endeavors to 
do a number of service projects, with our main 
thrusts put on the Bike-a-thon for the American 
Cancer Society, book-lifts for the students, Multiple 
Schlerosis and working with the Salvation Army. 
The chapter tries to work with other Greeks and 
others interested in service, to help achieve better 
working relations among all involved. 



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1 to r row 1 — paul spraggs, alice Washington, alexander 
strawn, jr., linda ross, Juliet Jennings, burnell woodson, jr. 
row 2 — marvin mayo, zella higginbotham, deborah 
tompkins, sheryl carter, rynzelle murray, brenda carr. row 3 



— monica jones, eleanor green, Courtney brooks, dorothy 
Strickland, linda Washington, kim white, row 4 — billy hen- 
derson, Stanley Stewart, derrick payne, sieve calloway. row 5 

— rodney lewis, terry bandy, charles forrest. 



With the goal of promoting interest and greater 
minority awareness, the Black Student Alliance 
strives to bring all students of JMU together 
through various activities. Service projects and 
many cultural enrichment programs have been 
sponsored by this group. Among these activities, 
the observance of Black History Week wras one of 
the most successful and fulfilling, for it recog- 
nized the many achievements and contributions 
of Black individuals. The Black Student Al- 
liance's membership is open to any interested 
student of JMU. 



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The 1978 Bluestone staff worked together to produce the 
most representative yearbook possible for JMU. We hope 
we have succeeded by your estimation, after all our hard 
work we are satisfied with what we produced. Because we 
have our own calendar year running from March to March, 
by December of each year ninety percent of the book is at 
the publishers. This is hard to explain to the many clubs 
and students who come to see us in late November to in- 
quire if their club or personal picture can still make it in the 
book. We are a crazy group of people who keep the student 
center open past hours, refrain from studying during exams 
to make our deadlines, run around frantically taking pic- 
tures, and attempting to get all your names spelled right. It 
is probably the craziness that gets us through it all though. 
We are open to all interested students, no matter what your 
talents. Our staff is a family and we welcome any and all 
ideas and people to join us. 




1 to r row 1 — anne stiles, associate editor; denise derrickson. business manager: maureen gallagher. editor; cory bonney, assistant photography ed. 
row 2 — bob leverone, photography editor; kim henry, typing editor, row 3 — kevin geer, athletics editor; paula barnard. organizations editor; kim 
crossett, underclassmen editor; patti o'donnell. graduates editor. 



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blue 




the bluestone staff. 1 to r row 1 — linda grooms, michael 
templeton, celia robnett. row 2 — donna shields, kathy sur- 
face, judy stowe, teri hasty, melodie coile. 



One of the many late night sessions between Torie, Anne 
and Poco. 



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1 to r row 1 — karen hobbs — staff reporter, alan neckowitz — advisor, 
barbara burch — editor, tami richardson — news editor, row 2 — mark 
thompson — photography editor, pam howlett — editorial page assis- 
tant, torn dulan — staff reporter, diane sahlin — production assistant, 
theresa beale — staff reporter, pam lockwood — typist, gary fullerton — 



managing editor, wayne partlow — staff photographer, row 3 — 
dwayne yancey — editorial editor, david wendelken — advisor, mike 
lee — ads manager, mike mathisen — business manager, d.j. stout — 
graphics editor, debbie colvin — ads design. 



After winning the Columbia Scholastic Press Association 
Medalist award designating it one of the top campus 
newspapers in the country for two years in a row, The 
Breeze has shown that there is much to cover and un- 
cover at James Madison University. Contributing to this, 
in addition to those pictured on this page, are many jour- 
nalism students as well as those who work for The Breeze 
only because they want to. It is to the dedicated staff, the 
hard-core journalists who spent many long nights and 
mornings putting together what is still termed "the best 
campus newspaper in Virginia," that this page is given. 



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executive council: 1 to r row 1 — advisor — jim logan, chairman — hummer davis, advisor — jerry weaver, row 2 — travel comm. — tim rayfield, 
house comm. — sieve ryan, publicity comm. — cindy lipscombe, ticket comm. — chuck marks, cpb secretary — debbie mckeown, movie comm. — 
dave imre. concert comm. — craig sencindiver, special events comm. — karen marcus. 



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Movie Committee 

I to r row 1 — scott phillips. jenny stine, ruth 
ann swift, andy parsons, ken hopper, row 2 — 
lynn atkinson. janie king, carolyn pockler. 
judy lash, kathy Campbell, jeannie hodgson. 
row 3 — John harrison. drew gardner. jeff 
fitzsimmons. Jessie hudgins. dave donneily. 
Steve forrest, ralph barber, kent bradshaw. row 
4 — charlie chilcoat. deany laliotis. carol petre. 
Stephen ryan. vicki burchette. cindy waygand. 
barbara rvdalch. tina hertz. 



House Committee 

1 to r row 1 — kim baker, dianne fontana. lynn 
atkinson. paulette Crawford, beth wood, kay 
hunt, sharon webb. val fritz, joan Corcoran, 
kathleen kelliher. row 2 — betsy lancaster. 
anne carter, teresa harris. nicki constantinos. 
kathy headlee. diana warner. becky stemper. 
susan whitehurst. mary beth stornetta. kim 
rhodes. linda Johnson, andrea jakobsson. amy 
farrell. row 3 — dave imre. dave martin, david 
su. jeff collier, charlie Johnson, marvin mayo, 
John crooks, bill powell. 



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1 to r row 1 — margie grinstead. pam smith, bess robertson. carol dickinson. row 2 — patsy rozell, 
mary becker, becky goode, susie baldwin. 







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Ticket Committee 

1 to r row 1 — anna sozio, carolyn condon. laurie gillaugh, cheryl jones, julie kaus, gigi 
Vargas, evelyn clay, row 2 — linda phipps, annette anderson, brenda schultz. dean 
grubbs, chuck marks, cee olshefski, patsy eakin, tracy mills. 

Concert Committee 

1 to r row 1 — vicki burchett, don mccall. row 2 — scott phillips, craig sencindiver, tim 
averlU, dave hillgrove, cindy grey. 



Publicity Committee 

1 to r gay shaw, laura Stewart, Jennifer alexander, theresa beale, greg branic, cindy 
lipscombe, mike coffey, laura davis, nancy scholberg, terri Johnson, sandra hall. 



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Catholic Campus Ministry offers a wide variety of oppor- 
tunities for Catholic students to develop spiritually and to 
share their faith with the community. For the personal de- 
velopment of students, C.C.M. sponsors prayer and discussion 
groups on a weekly basis; and every semester, weekend retreats 
are held, usually in the mountains where the peace and quiet is 
conducive to prayer and contemplation. The neighboring 
community is served by a group of students who visit the old 
folks at nearby Camelot Nursing Home on a daily basis, some- 
times providing entertainment for them. Another group visits 
the inmates at Linville Prison. Yet another group concerns it- 
self with the severely physically handicapped adults at the 
Community of Hope in Keezeltown, Co-Hope. C.C.M. takes 
these activities very seriously because it considers that a Chris- 
tian community must serve. Catholic Campus Ministry is also 
deeply involved in social activities. Picnics, parties, and in- 
tramural team sports for both men and women, are popular 
expressions of Catholic identity on campus. Students reach 
out to other students through Action Groups and an Ecumeni- 
cal Committee. In order to maintain contact with the parish 
church, the student campus minister attends monthly meeting 
of the Parish Council. Students have an opportunity to partici- 
pate in the parish's activities and in programs sponsored by the 
Volunteer Ministries Community known as Emmaus House. 




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The Biological Interest Or- 
ganization is a group of 
students with one goal in 
common; a desire to learn 
about the science of life. 
Members are not required 
to be Biology majors. The 
main purpose of this orga- 
nization is to promote an 
interest in biology and an 
appreciation of nature and 
wildlife. B.I.O. meets 
monthly, each meeting 
consisting of a speaker or 
film on a topic of biological 
significance. During the 
course of the year, B.I.O. 
has sponsored plant sales, a 
picnic, camping trip, and 
cultural field trip. The ad- 
visors are Dr. Elwood 
Fisher and Dr. J. Winstead. 





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1 to r row 1 — becky wood, tina currin. row 2 — susan reynolds, barbara Stanley, natalie 
marovelli, sue ward, karen lotts, cathy dodson. row 3 — pete fakoury, susan grimes — public- 
ity chairman, sherrie earl — president, debbie strite — secretary, dale nichols — vice presi- 
dent, bill lawson — treasurer. 



The Chemical Society, which is affiliated with the American Chem- 
ical Society, provides an opportunity for students interested in 
chemistry and related fields, to become better acquainted with each 
other. It also provides the opportunity to associate with professors, 
and become more informed about the academic world, the indus- 
trial world, and the challenges and responsibilities of today's 
chemists. 



1 to r row 1 — charles lamb — president, richard lam — vice 
president, kathy kump — treasurer, sheri layman — secre- 
tary, t.c. devore — advisor, row 2 — steve robertson, mitzi 
Cunningham, susan coffelt, kathy seabrook, michele 
tiedemann, shelley miller, sandy fuchs, phillip wengrovitz. 
row 3 — fred king, jim banner, errol d. ratal, jerry keilsohn, 
michael mansfietd, steve snead, brian storeide. 




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1 to r row 1 — david watkins. eddie lupton, mac lambert, craig nielsen, 
doug hall, wendall creasy, paul lancaster, jeff hutton, bryan tallent, art 
laman. row 2 — linda maguire, paula Sweeney, cheri o'neil, laura 
marcy, lisa may, donna may, lee ann leib, lesley bryant, laura funk, 
cheryl divecchia, breena lane, cindy early, ruth warinner, mary darby, 
row 3 — cleve liverman, karen dishman, debbie zirkle, joan gardner, 
vonda jay, nancy laird, donna mcmillan, christie polen, ralph Dushey, 



kathy rawley, lynn dahlgren, nancy ross, melora conis. row 4 — scott 
trickett, jon heely, lynne bentley, jay simons, susan onderdonk, kathy 
walsh, jeff may, donna spencer, barbara huskey, barbara nealis, ed 
wright. row 5 — curtis potter, terry houff, joe codispoti, rick bockes, 
brian lewis, sanford eberly, jim walton, dave greennagel, joan mul- 
reany, Jennifer mcbride, bill folger, william posey. row 6 — John vest, 
ken smead, bob kirkpatrick, bennett lewis. 



chorale 



If you take seventy select voices and add to that a lot of 
hard work, good singing, and the enthusiastic and 
energetic direction of Mr. David Watkins, the resulting 
product is the James Madison University Chorale. The 
demanding work of the Chorale leads to various perfor- 
mances both on and off campus. The first major perfor- 
mance of the year is the annual Woodbridge-Garfield 
tour, a trip to Northern Virginia that is in it's 4th consecu- 
tive year. The highlight of the Fall Semester is the tradi- 
tional Christmas Vespers concert in conjunction with the 
Women's Concert Choir. For this event an entire Saturday 
is devoted by both groups to giving Wilson Auditorium 
an annual holiday face-lift. With the Spring Semester 
comes another home concert in early spring and a week- 
long tour consisting of both formal evening and school 
assembly concerts in different metropolitan areas of Vir- 
ginia. Membership in the Chorale can be attained 
through auditions at the beginning of each Fall Semester. 




1 to r row 1 — susan onderdonk — vice president, eddie lupton — 
president, paul lancaster — librarian, donna mcmillan — secretary, row 

2 — bryan tallent — historian, joe codispoti — treasurer. 



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1 to r row 1 — amy zavilla, kim smith, beth boywid, steve richardson. 
chuck berlin — president, sue jacobson — district secretary/treasurer, 
nancy lengyel — district governor, brenda morgan — vice-president, 
row 2 — jane dornbusch, lina stalcup, cindy siner, richard sines, dennis 
lutz, dennis whetzel. row 3 — abby gary, susan west, julie barnes, anita 
rennie. kim monger, karen snopkowski. sonia dameron, judy stowe. row 
4 — margie smith, carol stein, sheryl norred, Helen struthers, diane 
tyler, steve o'connor, dan mays, Caroline batson. row 5 — bob mcfad- 
den, donnie hill, debbie bryant, carole schnizer, rick Jenkins, row 6 — 
pete fakoury, bret stine. 



Circle K is an active service club, part of Circle K Interna- 
tional, whose motto is "we do things with people." 
Projects include the Halloween Haunted House fund- 
raiser for the Multiple Sclerosis Society, blood pressure 
testing programs, helping staff the local animal shelter, 
working with young people and senior citizens, con- 
sumer information, responding to service requests 
whenever needed, and much more. Circle K'ers are spe- 
cial people. Circle K — the total organization. 



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commuter 

student 

committee 



The Commuter Student Committee is an active organi- 
zation which seeks to insure that the interests of the 
commuting students are not overlooked in the Univer- 
sity community. It is governed by an executive board, 
which is made up of the SCA off-campus senators and 
its own work group coordinators. They sponsor ac- 
tivities to encourage commuter involvement in campus 
events, publish a bi-monthly newsletter, and maintain 
an office in the Warren Campus Center as a crossroads 
for commuter activity. This year they participated in 
the SGA sponsored "Opener's" program with a Casino 
Night, worked to include commuter students in the 
campus directory, cooperated with Food Services in 
establishing a commuter lounge, instituted a proposal 
that changed campus parking policy, and held several 
fund raising events and social gatherings for commut- 
ers. 




1 to r row 1 — mike yeatts. row 2 — lesa gray, brendan wilson, david 
huber, theresa palmer, scott thornhill, terri reinhart, jim carbaugh, joe 
paxton, thayer phillips, brian hochheimer, teri downing, alicia munger. 



tom morris, jay chambers, wayne baker — chairman, kathy satterfield, 
sarah Humphries. 



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1 to r row 1 — barry mountain, jim sinichko. row 2 — debbie mckeown, patty glover, 
linda parsons. 




christian 

science 

organization 



Each week the Christian Science Organization 
at James Madison University holds a testimo- 
nial meeting where Christian Scientists on 
campus, as well as interested students and fac- 
ulty members, hear selected readings from the 
Bible and Science and Health with Key to the 
Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. Following the 
readings, anyone is free to share their healings 
and comments on Christian Science. Each year 
the Student Center receives a subscription to 
the "Christian Science Monitor," an interna- 
tional daily newspaper donated by the Organi- 
zation. Monthly business meetings are also 
held in order to prepare for the annual lecture 
given on campus. This lecture, as well as the 
meetings are always open to Christian Scien- 
tists and Non-Scientists alike. 



frances sale 
home — ^— 



economics 



club 



The Frances Sale Home Economics Club of 
JMU strives to provide opportunities for de- 
velopment as outstanding professional home 
economists. This year's community projects in- 
clude a reading program for the elderly and ca- 
reer counseling for high school students. 



top to bottom row 1 — dawn sullivan, celia walston, martha 
gilkey, teresa butts, susan berry, martha arnold, donna 
graham, row 2 — eUzabeth emrick, pat bradley, linda bow- 
ers, Suzanne perry, beverly stickles, roe 3 — Janice byrd, 
melissa bettge, mary kilby, margot porter, cindy sencin- 
diver, maggie hofmann, jacquie Stevens, dr. marian emer- 
son. 



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1 to r row 1 — cheryl divecchia, mary danley, martha beavers, anna 
bonham, myra wheat, diana grimm, clelia amari, chris luke, patty 
glover, Sylvia nelson, melody diehl, karen dishman. row 2 — linda 
maguire. ruth warinner, Jeanne wimmer, julie vidrick, kim wright, linda 
sheldon, cynthia handy, lynn dahlgren, beth roadcap, becky rhodes, 
kathy rawlev. row 3 — karen cashman, mellisa rutz, anne turner, debbie 



grover, debbie young, tamara cashour, martha oakley, karen harvey, 
Beverly cruise, rhonda calhoun, christie polen. row 4 — david watkins 
— director, debbie price, susan onderdonk, josie bowles, Jennifer 
mcbride, allison ohaudet, rhonda Vandyke, barbara mcgowan, mary 
lewis webb, barbara huskey. 



concert choir 



The James Madison University Women's Concert Choir is 
a selected group of forty-eight women. The group per- 
forms a variety of Hterature, sacred and secular, from the 
Renaissance to the present. Performances are on and off 
the campus, including an annual Spring Tour. The Con- 
cert Choir is the original performing group of the school. 
It was formerly called the Glee Club, and was the first 
college glee club in Virginia to be affiliated with the Fed- 
eration of Music Clubs. 



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1 to ro row 1 — sharon connors, sally lovegren, beth ferguson. pat rock, jane sumpter, sabrina Crockett, laura 
chisom. row 2 — cindy thompson, chris tobin, gregory kandt, anne mccleaf, janet foresman, jacque petersen, shara 
lindsey. row 3 — iu draper, paula franklin, Joanne mcknight, kathy bearden. 




1 to r row 1 — martha carter, susan joiner, sonia dameron, Joyce good, anna sozio, pam finley. row 2 — cathy hott, 
pat denley, phyllis lippe, zella higginbotham, ann blizzard, lori campbell, ben skinker. row 3 — ann Under, judy 
stows. 



Working with both handicapped and gifted children is the primary purpose of the CEC. 
CEC sponsors activities such as Ice Cream Socials, Halloween and Christmas parties, 
Train- A-Champ, Special Olympics, Exceptional Child's Week, and Service Projects for the 
community and institutions in the area. CEC also provides the chance to work with excep- 
tional children on a one to one basis throughout the entire year. 



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1 to r row 1 — diane tyler. charlene reklinski, wendy Schneider, kelli 
hanau. linda james — asst. director of modern ensemble, karen fergu- 
son. melanie monacell. sandy miquelon, kathy o'connor. mitzi mcneil, 
beth thomas. row 2 — tony credico. dr. earlynn miller, diane bauman, 
leigh randies, laura labieniec. risa teel. annemarie mccleaf, Stephanie 



shroyer, julie spencer, maria cristall, nancy candelario. row 3 — nancy 
maloney. tinker bell, edwin howard, barbara peterson, acie maloney, 
sandy valentine, elyn feldman, julia dean, rich good, sharon kinsey, o.c. 
paynter, holly richards, claudia jones. mark smith, phillis oeters, greg- 
ory kandt, penny boettcher, jane barman. 



dance 



theatre 



James Madison University Dance Theatre is primarily an 
undergraduate company of students who perform in ei- 
ther the Folk or Modern Ensemble and work with techni- 
cal dance theatre. Each Ensemble produces a campus 
concert and accepts several engagements each semester 
in communities, schools and college throughout Vir- 
ginia. This year Madison Dance Theatre was asked to 
perform at the Virginia Association for Health, Physical 
Education and Recreation Convention in Richmond and 
at Roanoke College in Salem as part of their Lecture Artist 
Series. The Folk Ensemble also performed in the Page 
County Heritage Association's Pageant, Oh. Shenandoah 
and in the Sixth Annual Israeli Dance Festival Concert of 
Greater Washington. The Modern Ensemble performed in 
the Choreographer's Showcase which is sponsored by the 
Modern Dance Council of Washington, D.C. JMUDT 
helps to host dance companies who come to the James 
Madison University campus. The Bill Evans Dance Com- 
pany from Seattle, Washington, and the Murray Spalding 
Dance Theatre from Washington, D.C, were highlights of 
the total campus dance calendar this year. 



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delta 
sigma 

pi 



Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fra- 
ternity organized to foster the study 
of business in universities; to en- 
courage scholarship, social activity 
and the association of students for 
their mutual advancement by re- 
search and practice; to promote 
closer affiliation between the com- 
mercial world and students of 
commerce, and to further a higher 
standard of commercial ethics and 
culture and the civic and commer- 
cial welfare of the community. 



1 to r row 1 — paul britt, mike mathisen, ron 
devine, jim hale, Stephen Crawford, bill mil- 
Ion, mike lee. row 2 — John hubley. art 
hamilton, don fecher, John knight, mike 
welsh, row 3 — fred betz, glenn lawson, 
Stephen seldon, cliff Jackson, bill sours, row 
4 — rich tillison, dan knoczal, tom 
henschen. bruce boppe. mark kennedy, 
brian dunn. 



1 to r row 1 — seniors — rich tillison, steve 
Crawford, tom henschen, mike welsh, row 2 

— paul britt, ron devine, don fecher. brian 
dunn, mike lee. row 3 — steve seldon, mark 
kennedy, mike mathisen, John hubley. row 4 

— John knight, bill sours, o.c. bailey, jr. 



1 to r row 1 — officers — brian dunn, fred 
betz, Steve crawford, mike lee. row 2 — jerry 
rosson, steve seldon, rich tillison, bill mil- 
Ion, mike mathison, ron devine. 




1 to r row 1 — terri patterson, janell schoedler, kathy way. row 2 — jan 
gira. pam phillips, karen ahrens, kathee wheatley, lauren sparks, 



madeline marvey. row 3 — leslie stone, marta kennedy, dana warren, 
Carolyn triplet, shawn beasley, kaye anderson, melanie moacell. 



dukettes 



The JMU Dukettes provide dance entertainment at bas- 
ketball games and serve as hostesses for social functions 
throughout the school year. The group also works closely 
with the cheerleaders and Pep Band to promote school 
spirit during basketball season. Dukette hostesses work 
as public relations personnel in the Purple and Gold 
Room, President's Cabinet Room and the Press Box dur- 
ing athletic events. Co-captains Melanie Monacell and 
Terri Patterson direct the routines which the eighteen 
member squad performs at basketball half-times. Sponsor 
of the group is Casey Showalter. Last year the group 
travelled to Charleston, S.C, to perform for half-times at 
the Citadel and Baptist College and were featured on a 
local T.V. station. 



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1 to r row 1 — bill bowman, chuck smith, row 2 - 
owen, mike fulton. 



- kevin o'hare, mike frazier, tim snyder, chuck paynter, dr. jay funston, John da vis, paul accardo, lee 



The newly established James Madison Fencing Club, 
founded by Jay A. Rarick, William F. Bowman and 
Charles W. Smith, III, entered its second year after a 4-1 
record during the 1976-77 season. The club was estab- 
lished to provide fencers at JMU an opportunity to fence 
other collegiate clubs on a club basis and to promote the 
art and sport of fencing. Membership is open to any 
graduate or undergraduate at JMU who has participated 
in fencing activities for one month. The club fences 
against clubs and teams at such colleges as W & M, VPI & 
SU, UVa., and Longwood. The club would like to express 
its appreciation to Dr. Jay Funston, our faculty advisor, 
who also founded Rutgers University Fencing Club, and 
special thanks to Tim Snyder for designing our club logo. 




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distributive 
education club 



The JMU Collegiate DECA promotes interest in Distribu- 
tive Education and related educational fields, through 
social and leadership activities. As members of the Vir- 
ginia Collegiate DECA Association, and JMU chapter is 
responsible for serving high school DECA chapters in 
this region. In this way club members gain experience 
that enriches their education as prospective teacher- 
coordinators in their future duties as advisors to local 
chapters of DECA. They develop respect for educaton in 
marketing and distribution as it contributes to vocational 
competence and they promote scholarship among stu- 
dents in Distributive Education at James Madison Uni- 
versity. 




1 to r row 1 — Lynne potter, diane quick, carrie stempler, 
lou snodgrass — secretary, martha bryan, ellen lanzisera — 
historian, nancy gill, liz boeshore, laura arcuri, linda ross, 
jana turner, row 2 — tim bounds, John moon — treasurer, 
gary worley. matt king, billie liggett. sherry setliff. cindy 



baughman, kathy Johannes, phyllis cauley, karne elwer- 
toski. helen sickler. row 3 — randy thompson, John mchale 
— parliamentarian, bill white — president, randy poland, 
ed poff — 1st vice-president, bill parfitt — 2nd vice- 
president, gary gray, michael wilder, andy roberts. 



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honor council 




1 to r representatives — michael mcalice. dr. rex fuller, Joseph bowling, skip cummings, brenda martin, cynthia palmore, judy stowe, carroll mcgraw, 
dr. david poche. 



The Honor Council is a student 
operated organization which 
attempts to promote high stan- 
dards of personal honesty and 
integrity on the JMU campus. 
Honor Council representatives 
act collectively as a hearing 
body for all alleged Honor Sys- 
tem violations, communicate 
w^ith students and faculty 
members in their individual 
schools, and participate in the 
development of special projects 
virhich increase the awareness 
of and support for the Honor 
System within the University 
community. 




1 to r officers — bob snyder — president, tracy lastor — vice-president, mark muUins — coordinator. 



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1 to r row 1 — buddy freund. sandra laneve, marsha frith, deborah smith, 
gail gibson — president, jean swann, cathy east, ronnie strecker. row 2 
— brian czechowski. John bilon — advisor, ellen enghsh, michelle 
machall, diane iten. patrick sanchez. bruce link — vice-president, row 3 



— John howard. richard harris. craige winn. phil philhps. brian hewitt. 
robert wood, torn driver, row 4 — kent seely, jitn colby. dave maloney, 
phil harris. davis waynack. 



hotel 

restaurant 
management 
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The Hotel-Restaurant Management club consists mainly 
of those majoring in HRM, but is also open to other inter- 
ested individuals. The purpose of the club is to provide a 
means to broaden members education through partici- 
pation in club sponsored activities. The club successfully 
organized a chicken barbeque and a raffle last spring. 
They also received instruction in ice carving and some 
members are now proficient in this art. The members 
attended classes in bartending and wine selection. The 
club also held a small party for notable members of the 
hospitality industry and established a scholarship fund 
for its students. Under the direction of John J. Bilon, Co- 
ordinator of the Program and Advisor to the club, gradu- 
ates in HRM can market not only skills gained through 
the classroom experience, but they can also benefit from 
participation in one of the most active clubs on campus. 



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1 to r row 1 — kaye Johnson, keven sandy, kathy scott, ann schmidt, 
linda parsons, cathy shepard, marta storey, jo ann michael, jerry lee 
cutright. row 2 — ben skinker, sharon dillard, nanette shifflette, elaine 



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birch, sue elmore, cathy hott. row 3 — laura chisom, sabrina Crockett, 
Suzanne shumate, jeannie spitzer, teri long, eileen mitchell, Juliet Jen- 
nings, Janet Conner, row 4 — alice sandy, dr. michael d. davis. 



As an honorary educational fraternity, Kappa Delta Pi 
encourages high professional, intellectual, and personal 
standards among its members. Leading educators in the 
U.S. and abroad aid the advancement of the fraternity 
through their contributions to The Educational Forum, 
the society's official magazine. Projects this year were 
designed to aid the community. Financial aid, in the form 
of fifty dollars from the fraterrity's treasury, was donated 
to the Rivendale Home for Boys. At Christmas the organi- 
zation filled two dozen stockings with toys and candy for 
distribution by the Salvation Army. Members also par- 
ticipated with the Youth Association for Retarded Citi- 
zens in a formal dance for the community's retarded citi- 
zens. Also, plans for an annual "Play Day", aimed at pro- 
viding local community children's groups with ac- 
tivities, games and learning situations, were put into op- 
eration. Cooperation from community groups and area 
Future Teachers of America organizations was outstand- 
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kappa pi 

The Gamma Kappa Chapter of 
Kappa Pi National Honorary 
Art Fraternity is a group whose 
purpose is to recognize stu- 
dents of artistic influence and 
ability, and to provide a means 
whereby those recognized may 
share and promote interest in 
art endeavors. Our activities 
this year included a "Getting to 
Know Each Other" party at the 
University Farm. We also spon- 
sored several art shows and our 
annual art sale in the spring. 
We had presentations by guest 
artists and dinners at the homes 
of several members of the art 
faculty. This year has been a 
growing and learning year for 
members of Kappa Pi, in hopes 
that next year's members may 
be even more influential in the 
community. 




1 to r row 1 — heidi Stevenson. Janice hall, debbie lukowski, judy rich, julia thompson, pern dewalt, 
betsy lancaster. alan tschudi — advisor, row 2 — judy ash, deborah forrest. row 3 — jack mccaslin — 
advisor, kathy mason, terry taylor, candy aucott, beth diver, cathy flaherty, sherry spencer, donna 
layton, judy evans, patricia blanton, wacie lough, row 4 — maebeth grassini, david diller — dept. 
chairman, larry hickinan, tim kirk, andy black, mike gibson, dennis whetzel. 



lutheran 

student 

movement 



The Lutheran Student Move- 
ment consists of Lutherans and 
others from the Harrisonburg 
area. We are closely associated 
with both Regional and Na- 
tional LSM bodies. This year 
we proposed and worked to co- 
ordinate the National LSM 
Project on Ministry to and with 
the Mentally and Physically 
Handicapped. Our weekly 
meetings usually consist of ei- 
ther a worship service, fellow- 
ship, service project, or dinner 
meetings. 




1 to r row 1 — susan bower, robin brumback, kathy palmer, martha street, row 2 — karen cashman, 
mindy Iowt, deborah huddle, row 3 — dave goeres, barb lynn, rick goeres, janice m. ely, erich kyger. 



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marching band 

The JMU Marching Band excited the halftime audiences through- 
out the 1977 football season with exceptional entertainment. The 
crowd warmly greeted the band and on five occasions gave them 
standing ovations. The Marching Dukes consisted of 151 students, 
divided into the following sections: 96 horns, 18 percussion, 22 
color guard, 12 rifles, 2 drum majors and a feature twirler. The 
percussion section marched as a seperate unit and all their music 
was arranged by a student, Anthony Riccio. The color guard was 
instructed by Steve Martell, a student in dance at JMU. The rifles 
were instructed by Patti Martell and Michael Dorangrichia. The 
drum majors were Debra Soyars and George Carter. The feature 
twirler was Sue Saffelle. The Marching Band is vastly gaining a 
reputation of excellence and is considered by many as Virginia's 
finest college marching band. 



richard adams 
kathy alien 
kathy allgood 
barbara anderson 
lulher appel 
timothy arnette 
waiter bacck 
cynthia baker 
alice barrow 
donna bans 
diana bitting 
david blackstock 
William bonham 
richard calhoon 
george carter 
michael clore 
teri coiner 
edward cummings 
linda davis 
thomas davis 
carleen deehan 
William desjardin 
jean dimaggio 
anne dombroskie 
scott dwinelle 
linda eckert 
Christopher erickson 
deboran erwin 
robert everhart 
donita farmer 
daniel farris 
george ference 
charles fox 
grayson fox 
Joseph furry 
lauren galanes 
claire gardiner 
edward gillie 
dale gillis 
Christine gmitter 
rebecca goode 
michele green 
robert hall 
sheila hart 
keith hartless 
kaxen harvey 
donald hedrick 
kathie henry 
barbara billiard 
gary hoffman 
John hurley 
Christopher Jackson 
lisa jacobsen 
kenneth jent 
patricia Johns 
susan joiner 
craig jonson 
patricia kelley 
rejeanna kilby 
carl kiser 
richard koch 
evelyn lafferty 



wanda lam 
arthur laman 
kenneth langer 
brian lewis 
kenneth lobb 
paula love 
rhonda lowe 
sara lowe 
William lukhard 
Stephen manning 
martha mathews 
James mathias 
linda matthews 
Patrick mcclanhan 
anne mccleaf 
wendy mccurley 
thomas mckenzie 
mary mcmullan 
Jennifer miller 
beverly moore 
scott moore 
susan morris 
sean murray 
thomas nakamura 
carol neff 
cheryl oneil 
joan orourke 
mary ovrevik 
david palmer 
jan poulsen 
heidi regier 
anthony riccio 
donna rowe 
susan saffelle 
alice sandy 
gary shoemaker 
karin sievers 
cheryl smith 
gretna smith 
James smith 
debra soyars 
James Stella 
kimberly suUivan 
Julia summitt 
clarence taylor 
sharon taylor 
victoria thomasson 
Stephen thompson 
susan tinnell 
jill trimble 
Carolyn true 
robert tucker 
dirk van brussel 
alice weiss 
Jonathan wheeler 
keith whitaker 
stasia wolicki 
calvin yates 
andrew york 
nanette young 
george zahn 
deborah zaorski 



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1 to r paul spraggs. row 1 — teresa neal, evelyn clay, angela 
clary, vicky mendenhall, rae marie thacker, lina stalcup, kim 
lucas, cathy berkebile, mary hopkins, sue atkins, diane tyler, 



The Mathematics Club of JMU is a department 
sponsored organization whose purpose is to pro- 
mote mathematical awareness and quality. Besides 



mary sirbaugh. row 2 — mike gallier, bob hott. joe baden. brad 
marshall, bill alexander, bill grubbs, tim rickman, bob gilbert. 



twice monthly meetings, the Math Club sponsors a 
fall and spring picnic, a Christmas party, and a 
spring banquet. 



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The Medical Society was organized to bring to- 
gether students with a common professional inter- 
est in any health field and to provide an under- 
standing of the policies and procedures involved in 
their entrance into professional schools. It is open 
to any student with an interest in medicine, medi- 
cal technology, pre-physical therapy, pre-nursing, 
dentistry, dietetics and pharmacy. 



1 to r row 1 — jerry keilsohn. karen lotts, errol rafal. linda 
Washington, row 2 — brenda rhea, pam smtih, chuck smith, skip 
wagner. steve hackney, laura akers. frances corbett. anne stiles, 
cathey Conner, row 3 — cathy dodson, janathan Ingram, craig 
Sampson, sam doss, david ritt. robert pugh jr.. karen rublee, 
beverly boyce. mary beth lively, row 4 — sharon duff, kathy 
peter, dale nichols. steve robertson, mitzi cuimtngham. susan 
nobbs, mike mansfield. robert porter, bill ayers. billy henderson. 





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1977-78 Season 
george mason 
galludet 
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va. tech 
lynchburg 
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n.o.v.a. 
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1 to r row 1 — John koch, jeff chaney — co-captain, 
george young, chris moughon. row 2 — jeff maloy, 

The Men's Volleyball Club gives men 
the chance to play power volleyball. 
The club is a member of the United 
States Volleyball Association and plays 
matches against collegiate teams from 
Maryland, Virginia, and Delavi?are. 



david marlowe, doug ware, dwight hanna, mike 
marks — co-captain, ron hartlaub. 



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team 



The Music Educators National Conference is the orga- 
nization that serves as leader and spokesman for music 
education in the United States. MENC's activities have 
been largely responsible for the estabhshment of music 
education as a profession, and for the promotion and 
guidance of music instruction in the schools as an in- 
tegral part of general education. "Advancement of 
music education" is the stated goal of MENC and mem- 
bership is open to anyone interested in working toward 
this goal. 



1 to r row 1 — linda davis, kim magee, annette mus- 
carnera, Stephen thompson. row 2 — jeannie wimmer, 
helen reynolds, hsa jacobson, diana grimm, david mil- 
ler, Julia summitt, linda mathews, dirk van brussel. 
row 3 — dale gillis, earl shaffer, linda sheldon, kathie 
henry, james mathias, liz plummer. linda davidson. 






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mercury club 



The Mercury Club strives for active involvement by all 
members, faculty members, and graduate students to 
help promote and strengthen the Physical Education and 
Health Departments. Their activities during the year in- 
cluded a facuhy-student picnic, projects by the elemen- 
tary, secondary, recreation, health, and dance vice- 
presidents, and service projects writh Muscular Dys- 
trophy. Other events were the Master Cult Day, honoring 
P.E. and Health majors; spring banquet; covered dish 
suppers; luncheons for faculty and students; state and 
national conventions; and two yearly publications of 
Major Matters. 




1 to r row 1 — sarah taylor, donna chapman, Stephen caldwell, ruth 
garrett, cheryl flory, caria wahers, carol pamperin, valerie mount, kay 
satterfield, leisa corbin. darlene ferguson. sheryl tonini, bradley shanan, 
dr. John haynes — advisor, row 2 — terry prodoehl. mike downey, 
debby dark, Johnnie wells, doug Washington, barbara zorba glakas, 
angle rexrode, vickie coUins, marie crump, patti meyerhoeffer, susan 
lamotte, bernard Stewart, phillip bruce. row 3 — Jeanne purple adrian 
Stanton, joe tyalor, alien leonard, merle evans, liz harkrader, anna har- 



vey, clorinda ermini, kathy mccleaf, theresa williams, kathy wilcox, 
dotty burke, geof le sueur. row 4 — dalynn patrick, joe showker, sue 
elmore, mary casciano, jenni lawhorn, suzanne myers, diane darling, 
barb schoepske. row 5 — auburn lambert, scott balogh, thad hockman. 
david buffer, dale spitzer, laura yardley. anne biscoe, karen pilch, cindy 
waddell, cindy stroller, terry taylor, renee mcpartland, buddy kelchner 



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phi alpha theta 




Phi Alpha Theta, the interna- 
tional honor society for history, 
is represented at JMU by 19 
members who comprise the or- 
ganization's Tau Pi Chapter. 
Although not strictly limited to 
history majors, the society re- 
quires that prospective mem- 
bers successfully complete a 
requisite number of hours in 
history and maintain a respect- 
able grade point average in 
their remaining studies. The 
chapter's objective is to pro- 
mote the study of history and 
the exchange of related ideas 
among students and professors 
by providing the opportunity 
for these people to meet via 
such activities as lectures, his- 
toric tours, and various other 
extra-curricular events. 



1 to r, row 1 — duane tibbetts, gail bowers, anita bradshaw, glenda kasey, melissa mcfee, joan pilch, 
nancy reich — secretary/treasurer, jan poff — president, elaine birch — historian, row 2 — dr. lewbright 
— advisor, kenneth berry, mike harbour, micnael shoop — vice president. 



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phi omicron 
tau 

Phi Omicron Tau is the professional frater- 
nity for promotion of scholarship, interest 
and leadership in home economics. This 
year's program of wrork examined the 
meaning of being a professional to aid 
members in the transition from student life. 
As a service project, the membership 
elected to work individually with elderly 
persons in the community. 



top to bottom — kathleen a colquitt, dorothy rowe, 
linda erlewine, mary m. kilby — secretary, linda bow- 
ers, teresa butts — reporter/historian, margot porter — 
2nd vice president, derma graham — president. 



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percy warren honor society 



The Percy H. Warren Honor Society was organized in 
1965 as a local honor and service organization. In Janu- 
ary 1977, we became a chapter of Mortar Board which 
recognizes the achievement of both men and women. 
The Percy H. Warren Chapter of Mortar Board is an 
association of JMU persons selected for distinguished 
ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and 
service. Our annual service project is the student advis- 
ing program. We work in cooperation with the fresh- 
men faculty advisors. 




1 to r row 1 — Valencia wilson. jo ann michael, louise george. laura 
chisom. kathy palmer, laurie hosmanek. peggy majer, anne hillmer. 
angela amburn. row 2 8 mary kilby. linda bowers, linda parsons, brenda 
sparkman, paula semerad, debbie price, kathy talley, Janice m. ely. row 



3 — linda Washington, brenda martin, patricia creagh, leatha alcamo, 
beverly cruise, susan onderdonk, shelley miller, row 4 — scott taylor. 
deborah tompkins, charles lamb, kevin geer. 



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The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon 
is the promotion of scholarly 
activity in mathematics among 
students in academic institu- 
tions, and among the staffs of 
qualified non-academic institu- 
tions. Its members are elected 
on an honorary basis according 
to their proficiency in mathe- 
matics. Pi Mu Epsilon presents 
lectures in mathematics. 
Speakers are invited from other 
campuses, and students are en- 
couraged to present talks. Pi 
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1 to r row 1 — rae marie thacker, gail pierpont, vicky mendenhall. row 2 — mary hopkins, 
michael gallier, billie sue liggett. row 3 — paul spraggs, homer austin — advisor, bill grubbs, 
maiy lambert. row 4 — brad maxshall, sue atkins, shelley miller. 




Pi Omega Pi is a National Busi- 
ness Teacher Education Honor 
Society. Its major aims are to 
create and encourage interest 
and promote scholarship in 
Business Education, to aid in 
civil betterment in colleges and 
universities, to encourage and 
foster high ethical standards in 
business and professional life, 
and to teach the ideal of service 
as the basis of all worthy enter- 
prise. 



1 to r row 1 — sheila hart, kathy 
richardson, brenda sparkman. debbie 
lash, arm botkin. row 2 — w.o. walsh — 
sponsor, Jackie davis, dottie myers, 
charlotte graves — sponsor, debbie 
daniels, dr. powell — sponsor. 



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phi beta lambda 




I to r row 1 — craig dark, diane bute. debbie becouvarakis. aimee 
applegarth, sharon bowers, rosemary roberts, ed poff, bobby davis, 
martha street, babs timmerman, sherry mc guire, kay hoffman. row 2 
— bonnie gruel, debbie mckeown, brenda sparkman, kathy 
thompson, Jackie davis, leonard mathey, cindy baughman, doris her- 
baugh, gayle blaylock, joan wood, terry watson. row 3 — rick motley, 



beth presley, lisa burnett, liz blanding, val fritz, cindy dupre. patty 
gardner, patsy herbst, susan west, robin bowers, carey marr, mike 
Williams, row 4 — david swett, byron mehlhoff, donald turner, rose 
goode, William sauer, alicia munger, gay gorrell, kathy kent, dale 
shuU, kay hunt, sharon webb, mollie coleman, dodd obenshain, vicky 
mendenhall, keith colonna. 



A national business organization, Phi Beta Lambda, 
stresses professional leadership among college men 
and women. The activities of Phi Beta Lambda provide 
an opportunity for business students to prepare for 
business and office occupations. The JMU Gamma 
Lambda chapter of Phi Beta Lambda focuses upon 
cooperation and good working relationships with area 
businesses, the community, local high school Future 
Business Leaders, our Business and Business Educa- 
tion Departments and our campus as a whole. In our 
community work, PBL is known for raising approxi- 
mately $14,000 in our walkathon for the March of 
Dimes. 



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Phi Chi Theta was established in 1924 as a na- 
tional professional fraternity to promote the 
cause of higher education and training for all 
women. It's purposes are to foster high ideals for 
women in business careers, to encourage fra- 
ternity and cooperation among women prepar- 
ing for such careers, and to stimulate the spirit 
of sacrifice and unselfish devotion to the at- 
tainment of such ends. The Delta Sigma chap- 
ter of JMU works to uphold these principles. 
The Delta Sigma chapter was recognized as a 
member of the national organization in the 
spring of 1976 and has been growing ever 
since. The chapter holds rush twice a year — in 
the fall and in the spring. A pledge period of six 
weeks follows before formal initiation into the 
organization. The main interest of Phi Chi 
Theta is professionalism, both in its members 
and the organization. To this end, the fraternity 
sponsors professional speakers and workshops 
for the members and others interested. 



phi 
chi 
theta 




1 to r row 1 — linda heinaru, carolyn cash, tina arthur, karen 
odiorne, donna galvin. row 2 — laiching, cheung, diane 
bedwell, jane huie, diane severns, debbie martin, peggy 



majer, sharon clary, regina rich, row 3 — pat roUins, terry 
pahnore, bath bennett, sarah smith, sue Williams, patsy 
rainey, carol lubiak, molly coleman, debbie mcknatt. 



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1 to r row 1 — John vest, eddie lupton. paul lancaster, terry houff, Jeffrey 
hutton. bryan tallent. jim paxton. row 2 — mark wilkerson. dirk van 
brussel, earl shaffer. george wolfe. david watkins — advisor, david mil- 
ler, Stanley mcmullen, ed wrighf, david sadler. row 3 — Stephen 



thompson, dr. robert ashby, dave greennagel. william posey. art laman, 
sanford. eberly. joe codispoti, jerf may. row 4 — phil green, bennett 
lewis, tim niebergall, dr. Joseph estock. 



phi mu alpha 



The primary purpose of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is 
to encourage and promote the highest standards of 
creativity, performance, education, and research in 
music in America. This professional fraternity is 
open to men who have an active interest in the field 
of music. The Gamma Alpha Chapter has been es- 
tablished at JMU for nine years and has been an 
effective arm of the Department of Music, offering 
support for its programs and activities including 
the Annual Tri-State Jazz Festival and in-coming 
freshman auditions. Although a professional orga- 
nization. Phi Mu Alpha offers social activities that 
help to develop a true fraternal spirit among its 
members. 




1 to r row 1 — John vest — treasurer, terry houff — president, jim paxton — 
alumni secretary, row 2 — eddie lupton — vice-president, paul lancaster — 
corresponding secretary, bryan tallent — historian. Jeffrey hutton, recording 
secretary. 



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1 to r row 1 — joan breuer, 
linda Joyce, anita wray, chryl 
Creech, colleen shaughnessy, 
carol macindoe, joandell 
donald. row 2 — lori 
mcgonegal, patrice bowles, 
diana schmitt, brenda martin, 
bill faircloth, cathy hairston, 
lorri kennedy, kathy duerr, 
lesa gray, sid o'leary, tina 
harper, rita purcell. 



Sigma Alpha Eta is the JMU Student Speech and Hearing Service 
Society. The purposes of the organization are to create an interest in 
Speech Pathology and Hearing Disorders among students and the 
community, to encourage students' professional growth by provid- 
ing new learning experiences, to provide situations in which stu- 
dents and faculty work together toward common professional 
goals, to raise money to provide service to the handicapped in the 
community, and to carry out hearing screening programs for 
students and the community. 



sigma alpha 
eta 




Sigma 
alpha 
iota 



1 to r row 1 — anna bonham, julia summitt, beth thomas, patty glover, anita rowland. row 2 — anne turner, 
donna spencer, vonda jay, martha oakley, sylvia nelson, debbie young, donna mcmillan, annette muscarnera. 
row 3 — kim wright, tamara cashour, debbie zirkle, karen dishman, carolyn tucker, ruth warinner,cheryl west 
— advisor, row 4 — beverly cruise, Jeanne wimmer, beth roadcap, caroIe moberg, joy simons, susan onder- 
donk, kim magee, debbie price. 



Sigma Alpha Iota is an 
international fraternity for 
women dedicated to the 
advancement and support 
of high ideals and stan- 
dards in music. Projects for 
the year included fund rais- 
ing for UNICEF, a Bridal 
Fashion Show and 
Musicale, support of a 
music scholarship to Bre- 
vard Summer Music Camp, 
support for the Wolf Trap 
Farm Park for the Perform- 
ing Arts, assistance for 
Pan's Cottage, and exten- 
sive work on a "Bold 
Notes" project — transcib- 
ing music for people who 
are visually handicapped. 



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rugby club 



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Rugby originated in the early nineteenth century at the Univer- 
sity of Ruggers and was brought to JMU in the early spring of 
1975. A young inexperienced team has grown to be one of the 
most vicious, powerful, and hard hitting groups in the Virginia 
Rugby Union. The JMU team, one of the top teams in the state, 
established their strength by placing third in a field of sixty 
teams at the Thanksgiving Washington D.C. Tournament. 
Rugby at JMU can best be described as "a gentlemen's game 
played by barbarians or a barbarians' game played by gentle- 
men." 




before 



1 to r row 1 — ben browning. John lunde, ernie rosenkranz. 
Stephen krizay. kirk beckwith, tim waiters, steve erlich, doug 
esbach, rob fisher, row 2 — alan pietrorito. brett payne, scott 
steffey. andy broderick, speck mcnealy. bill turner. John kir- 
chner. row 3 — chuck gibbons. John carr, richard barcus, craig 
moore. robert wolff, mike paratore. j.c. snaman, jack powell. row 
4 — greg koenig, ralph adams, jim carmichael. waiter anglin, 
greg bertschinger. rick morrow. 







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Sigma Phi Lambda is a campus wide honor society 
consisting of all students capable of maintaining a 
minimum GPA of 3.25. As this was the first year as a 
university honor society, it was a rebuilding year. 
Besides rewriting the constitution, the club has also 
strived for greater campus-wide recognition, espe- 



cially on honors day, and a formal induction of new 
members. In the past, though total membership was 
high, active membership was low. This year the 
members of Sigma Phi Lambda, scholastic leaders on 
campus, have shown the community and the rest of 
campus that college students are not apathetic. 




1 to r row 1 — Virginia joyner, nancy reich, vickie grim, patsy 
Johns, jane polk, ellen schimmel, karen ross, deborah tompkins, 
mary kilby. robin giorgi. row 2 — linda Washington, wanda bris- 
tow, linda eckert, paula mergenhagen, carl zerambo, chris tobin 
susie baldwin, kate tunnell, leatha alcamo, becky furie, tami 



richardson. row 3 — karen rublee — reporter, jamie blair — report- 
er, dale nichols — reporter, kevin geer — president, shelley miller 
— vice-president, william cummings — secretary, charles lamb — 
treasurer. 




1 to r row 1 — elaine birch, eileen mitchell. sikay hunt, rosemary 
roberts, patty gardner, cindy yahn. patrice bowles, brenda martin, 
alan pietrorito, darlene Collins, row 2 — mary lambert, rae marie 
thacker, karen lotts, melinda woody, bill ayers, joan pilch, duane 



tibbetts, tom dunn, michael shoop. row 3 — judy stowe, martha 
sjostrom, kathy erdman, kathy headlee, diane severns, Jackie davis, 
robert riley, sallie smith, cathy shepard, jan michael poff, mike 
harbour. 



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The JMU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, besides being a 
major ensemble in the music department, is one of the 
most exciting wind ensembles in the country today. 
Playing works by such composers as Ingolf Dahl, Vin- 
cent Perisichetti and Norman Dello Jaio they have 
spread the name of the university through their tours to 
many cities in the eastern United States. This small 
select group of wind and percussion performers is di- 
rected by Kenneth E. Moulton, noted performer, con- 
ductor and clinician. 





The Wayland Historical Society 
was organized in 1970 and pro- 
vides an opportunity for stu- 
dents interested in history to 
meet informally to discuss top- 
ics of interest. Wayland spon- 
sors several speakers each se- 
mester to provide more infor- 
mation on a subject of general 
interest to members. Wayland, 
along with Phi Alpha Theta, 
sponsors an annual Fall picnic 
for all history majors and mem- 
bers, as well as a yearly Spring 
banquet, a Christmas party, and 
trips to places of historical in- 
terest. 



1 to 1 luu 1 iiiiiJiae! shoop, mark guerin, aim SLhmidt, david ritt. jan-michael pott, row 2 — nanette 
shiftlette. betty murray, kathy tarpley. elaine bircli, nancy reich, alicia munger. kristin rogers, karen 
wiltielm. row 3 — julie tokarz, anita bradstiaw, duane tibbetts, mike barbour, clive hallman, melissa 
mcfee, joan pilcli. 



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1 to r row 1 — Steve shively, karen kerwath, nancy googins, hilde au- 
desirk. colleen hymes. deb semple, jayne flowers, Steve bridges, warner 
Crocker, mary eagan, spot dark, row 2 — carey marr. nicki constantinos. 
kathy lillard, ray lillard, ruth sellers, kathy gentry, georgia stelluto, trina 
koon. lisa loving, doreen murray, deb Stefan, sue "snit" senita, phillip 



grayson, advisor, row 3 — claudia smith, linda garber, joan sitmore, 
Steve pittman, robert hickman, Stephanie harper, janet brown, sharon 
mckenna, jill harkin. lisa gibbs. luanne shearer, curtis hansen, jerry 
long, Sandra price, jane ollice. 



Stratford Players, established in 1916 as a theatre liter- 
ary society, is the oldest organization on campus. Once 
the producer of one pageant play a year, Stratford 
Players now produces four main stage plays a year as 
well as a children's show and innumerable productions 
in the Experimental Theatre. Stratford Players in con- 
junction with the Department of Communications Arts 
funds and provides the manpower for each production. 
This year's mainstage season included Heracles (Oct. 
11-16), The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon 
Marigolds (Nov. 15-20), La Perichole (Feb. 21-26), and 
Loot (April 18-23). Last summer Latimer-Schaeffer 
Theatre housed the successful production of Agatha 
Christie's The Mousetrap; this summer Bus Stop will be 
presented. The Experimental Theatre hosted several 
student-directed productions during the 1977-78 aca- 
demic year: In The Boom Boom Room, Empty Cradle, 
and And Things That Go Bump In The Night. Stratfors 
Player's roster has swelled to forty members as more 
and more students are being attracted to JMU's com- 
munication arts and theatre programs. Stratford Players 
and James Madison University Theatre would like to 
say "thank you" for letting us entertain you. 



Stratford 
players 

Officers (1977-78) 

President — Deb Semple 

Secretary — Hilde Audesirk 

Treasurer — Jayne Flowers 

Experimental Theatre Treasurer — Mary 

Eagan 
Committee Chairmen — Steve Bridges, 
Steve Clark, Warner Crocker, Colleen 
Hymes, Karen Kerwath, Steve Shively. 



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heracles 



Heracles is constructed out of the ironic 
juxtaposition of events which do not 
seem to belong together. In the same 
play, Euripides presents us with a 
Heracles, the son of Zeus, a hero who 
has civilized the world and defended 
the innocent accomplishing his twelve 
labors; a Heracles who denies he is the 
son of Zeus and repudiates his labors; a 
savior who arrives in the nick of time to 
rescue his family; and a father who de- 
stroys his own family. The play cannot 
contain all this and tell the story of 
Heracles in neat conceptions of an- 
thropomorphic gods in myths and in 
the actual experience of human life; be- 
tween the desire for a divinity which 
helps and protects and the apparent in- 
difference or even malevolence of any 
divinity that could preside over what 
we know of human misery. 




uso 



Ten JMU students spent Christmas in 
Germany entertaining American troops 
as part of USO (U.S. Overseas] tour. 
Many cast members participated in 
JMU's Dinner Theatre last summer 
which produced The Fantisticks and A 
Thurber Carnival. Company members 
included: Hildegards Audesirk, road- 
manager; Steve Clark; Walter Dickey; 
Cindy Early; Linda Garber; David 
Greennagle; Cedric Guthrie; Shera 
Haynes; Alan Rosenburg; and Susan 
Senita. 




Sue Senita. Linda Garber, Hilde Audesirk, Cindy Early, and Shera Haynes, reminise about 
those "Summer Nights" in the 1950's section of the USO tour's Ease on Down the Road variety 
show. 



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Left — Heracles grieves the death of his family as Thesius (Steve Clark) stands by to comfort him. Middle ■ 
Heracles (Rich Travis) is tormented by madness (Deborah Semple) and Iris (Hildegarde Audesuk). Right - 
Karen Marcus as the chorus leader in an early rehearsal shot. 





Left — A lecture from a father to his daughter Vi'ho has 
just left home for the big city. Right — And novir for the 
first date. 



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Above — Susan Berrell (Ruth) and Helen Stoltzfus (Beat- 
rice) share a "friendly" mother-daughter conversation in 
the first scene of Gamma Rays. Right — Linda Garber as the 
fearful, sensitive, loving Tillie. whose high school science 
project lends the play its title. 




student government 
association 







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mike dewitt 
president 



bill hardy 

1st vice-president 



doug wessen 

2nd vice-president 



darrell pile 
treasurer 



sheryl bland 
secretary 



executive council. 1 to r row 1 — darrell pile, mike dewitt, sheryl bland, row 2 — doug wessen, bill hardy. 



The Student Government Association has a responsibility to serve 
the students of James Madison University and to dedicate itself to 
providing effective and conscientious leadership. The SGA has 
strived to achieve cooperation, understanding and mutual trust 
among its membership and the student body. To be "people 
oriented" and to uphold the high values and standards of every 
JMU student has been one of the major objectives of the SGA this 
year. Involvement, activeness and enthusiasm have been the 
hallmark of the SGA in past years and this year was no exception. 
With diplomacy and tactfulness the SGA has worked to see pre- 
registration, the teacher-course evaluation booklet, problems with 
local utility companies and other projects finalized and/or resolved. 
To continue to be the students advocate and to provide services and 
activities for JMU students will be the major purpose of the SGA for 
many more years to come. 



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1 to r row 1 — kim tayloe. lynn 
wessen, patsy eakin, gay gorell, 
dave huber. row 2 — lisa donegan, 
therese palmer, richard Wilkinson, 
ben thomas. row 3 — alicia 
munger, teri reinhart, anne mares, 
robin lawrence, allison armstrong. 
row 4 — brendan wilson, peggy 
dennison, julie alden, leslie robin- 
son, row 5 — alvin walker, mike 
benson, bruce goodrich. row 6 — 
edward bourdon, nancy lyons, jim 
tapley. leslie ledden, tim averill. 
row 7 — robby pitt. thayer phil- 
lips, robert griffith, kathy satter- 
field. joe paxton. scott simpson. 
row 8 — avila rodgers, teri down- 
ing, mike yeatts, chuck Cunnin- 
gham, scott thornhill, jim car- 
baugh. row 9 — don haag, david 
smith. 




senate 



Organized to recognize the responsibility of actively participat- 
ing in the decision-making process which affects the entire 
campus community, the Senate of the SGA strives to fulfill this 
obligation. Boarding students and commuter students alike, re- 
ceive equal representation in the Senate, Through the process 
of election, every student of JMU is eligible to fulfill the posi- 
tion of Senator of his respective dorm or group. The Senate of 
the SGA welcomes the participation of the entire Student body. 



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1 to r row 1 — mark brandau. gary hallowell, becky rinker, ross 
carter, row 2 — linda patterson, kaiin sievers, Joanne zimmer- 
mann, joan pilch, laurie hosmanek, julie kaus, beth bennett. row 



Interhall Council is a united group of dorm council 
presidents joined together for the purpose of ex- 
changing information, dorm ideas and opinions 
while developing on-campus cohesiveness through 
programming. Artistic endeavors, social functions 
and student activities of particular interest to resi- 
dent hall students are also coordinated by this 
group. 



3 — torn taschler, mike mansfield, james hueber, elizabeth 
blanding, mary bakas, wendy gulick, mike webb — advisor. 



interhall 

council 




The Student Employment Office is operated by the 
SGA and functions to secure part-time employment for 
students. The office, which is located in the Warren 
Campus Center, is open for two hours Monday through 
Friday. Students are registered for employment and 
then referred to possible job openings. The Print Shop 
is located adjacent to the SGA office and provides a 
printing service for student organizations and indi- 
viduals for a minimal fee. The Judicial Secretary types 
all reports and correspondence for the Judicial Coordi- 
nator and the Advocate Coordinator. 



1 to r — peggy dennison, print shop operator; sheri ferguson, judicial 
secretary; holly haseltine, student employment coordinator. 



student government association 



349 



student 

advocate 

corps 



The Student Advocate Corps is com- 
posed of group of students who volun- 
teer to assist University students need- 
ing counseling. Areas most frequently 
dealt with include Honor Council and 
Life Style violations. The Advocate of- 
fice is located in the Warren Campus 
Center and is open daily during 
specified hours. 



judicial 
life style 
board 



The Judicial Life Style Board consists of 
eight students, one representative from 
each life style option and the Student 
Judicial Coordinator. The purpose of 
the Life Style Board is to act as the orig- 
inal hearing body for cases in which a 
student is charged with violation of an 
university of residence hall policy clas- 
sified as "minor" under the university 
Judicial procedures. 




1 to r row 1 — Patricia creagh, steve driebe, bill links — coordinator. Joyce hamilton. row 2 - 
adrian dantley, wool worth van husen. 




1 to r row 1 — paul thompson. james underbill, jeff bolander, Joseph paxton. row 2 — dean 
patton, mark tracz — student judicial coordinator, torn shade, barry mountain. 



student government association 



350 



women's rugby team 







1 to r row 1 — lil kirkland, elizabeth prest, alisa brown, ann sonnet, lauriesherwood, barbara perkins. row 2 
— laura williams, flossie waugh, kay arnold, rose davis, carey coleson, marty Ireland, erika judd. row 3 — 
grace schepmoes, kathleen council, joanie benton, pattl buttram, lisa patterson, michelle gerow. row 4 — bill 
murphy — coach, kathy krombholz, John kirchner — coach, mary brooks, tim waiters — coach. 




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1 to r row 1 — bill borges, jeff bolander, bill billingsley. row 2 — paul manning, pam neff, mary ann jackson, 
Suzanne greene, mary losa, beth boywid, betty murray, bill powell. 



The JMU Women's Rugby 
Club is a recent addition to 
the University's extracur- 
ricular sports activities. 
Competition in games and 
tournaments began in the 
spring semester of '77 and 
has increased since then 
with participation in both a 
fall and spring schedule. 
Despite the bumps and 
bruises, the women have 
yet to compile a winning 
record. Nevertheless, with 
improved skills and 
abilities and with thanks to 
competent couches, a win- 
ning season is hopefully in 
sight. 



Young Americans for Free- 
dom is a non-partisan, con- 
servative political action 
group who endeavor to 
educate students across the 
nation into holding a sound 
and conservative philo- 
sophical position. We 
firmly believe in the free 
market economy without 
government interference. 
We also believe in strong 
national defense and the 
U.S. Constitution. The U.S. 
should stress victory over 
communism, rather than 
coexistence with this 
menace, and U.S. foreign 
policy should be judged by 
this criterion: does it serve 
the just interests of the 
U.S.? 



young americans for freedom 



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Wesley foundation 

Ma 




1 to r row 1 — rev. Barbara wiUiams — director, sue lightner. 
laurie dale, tammy estep. denise wine, melody coile. tim Wil- 
liams, row 2 — watt hypes, kathy rawley. kathy engleman. mar- 



gie smith, row 3 — anne turner, Stephen sless. rhonda van dyke, 
kathy talley, mike mills. 



The Wesley Foundation, the cam- 
pus ministry of the United Method- 
ist church, is a collage of students 
and activities. Activities include 
creative worship/celebrations, re- 
treats, fellowship, New Life Sin- 
gers, Bible studies, prayer groups, 
social concerns activities, Wesley 
Players, coffeehouses, concerts and 
"imaginum," The student center, 
located at 690 S, Mason St., offers a 
chapel, game room, study lounge 
and library and is open from 9 a.m. 
to midnight. Willing to explore, 
experience, and expand in minis- 
try, Wesley welcomes all. 




kathy rawley and rhonda Vandyke demonstrating "imaginum." 



352 




Dr. Ronald E. Carrier 
President 



Miss Alice E. Liggett 
Secretary 




354 




board of visitors 



Francis Bell, Jr., Rector 

Martha S. Grafton, Vice Rector 

Robert L. Dolbeare 

Nellie L. Long 

Walter J. McGraw 

J. Leonard Mauck 

E. Guy Ridgely 

Inez G. Roop 

James B. Spurlock, Jr. 

David H. Stovall 

Winston O. Weaver 



It is a great pleasure for me to have the opportunity to present 
this message to those who were members of the student body at 
James Madison University in 1977-1978, The academic year 
1977-78 was a very special one for me, and I hope it was also for 
each of you. This was the year that Madison College became 
James Madison University — the first year that our university 
operated under its new name. You will recall that there were 
many reasons for changing the name of our institution to James 
Madison University. The major reason was the most apparent 
one, however; James Madison University is indeed a university, 
in all respects and by all definitions of the word. Those of you 
who graduated in May of 1978 have the distinction of being 
members of the first full graduating class from James Madison 
University. I am certain that this edition of the Bluestone will 
be cherished by the members of the Class of 1978 as a memento 
of their years at Madison College and James Madison Universi- 
ty. For other students at the University, it will serve as a con- 
tinuing chapter in their own personal histories of life at James 
Madison University. I wish you all well. You have my hopes for 
success and happiness in all that you undertake. 

Cordially, 
Ronald E. Carrier 
President 




355 




Dr. Charles G. Caldwell 
Dean of Graduate School 



Mr. O. Dean Ehlers 
Director of Athletics 



Dr. Elizabeth M. Finlayson 
Dean of S. School, Orien., & Acad. Adv. 




Mr. Donald E. Gardner 
Comptroller 



Dr. Mary F. Haban 
Dean of Libraries and Learning Resources 



Dr. William O. Hall, Jr. 
Vice President for Student Affaris 




Dr. J. William Hanlon 
Dean of School Business 



Mr. James F. Logan, Jr. 
Director of Student Activities 



Ms. Pauline C. Long 
Director of Records 



356 




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Mr. Robert U. MacDonald 
Director of Financial Aid 



Dr. Jon W. Mclntire 
Director of Counseling Center 



Dr. John P. Mundy 
Director of Administrative Affairs 





Mr. Richard Murray 
Director of Public Information 



Mr. Thomas A. Nardi 
Director of Placement Office 



Col. Adolph H. Phillips 
Vice President for Business Affairs 




Dr. Fay F. Reubush 
Dean of Admissions and Records 



Dr. Julius B. Roberson 
Dean of School Education 



Dr. O. Grant Rush 
Director of Continuing Education 



357 








Dr. Ray Sonner 
Vice President for Public Affairs 



Dr. Thomas C. Stanton 
Vice President for Academic Affairs 



Dr. John W. Sweigart 
Dean of School of Arts and Sciences 




Mr. Jimmie H. Travelstead 
Director of Student Teaching 



Mr. Francis E. Turner 
Director of Admissions 



Mr. Michael S. Way 
Assistant Director of Operations 





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Mr. Jerrel E. Weaver 
Associate Director of Programming 



Mr. Michael M. Webb 
Director of Residence Halls 



Mr. Edgar F. Wilkerson 
Assistant Director of Placement Office 



358 




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accounting 



1 to r: mr. hagias. mr. maxwell, mr. hollis, dr. 
kosnik, mr. Hamilton, mr. thomson. mr. roof, mr 
pollack, mr. acord, mr. fox. 




david diller — department head 



360 



biology 



1 to r: first row — dr. garrison, dr. grimm, mr. 
graves, mr. bodkin, mrs. baxter, second row — 
mr. heading, mrs. nielson, dr. winstead, dr. 
fisher, dr. dendinger, third row — dr. cocking, 
mrs. gordon, dr. jones, dr. trelawney. 




dr. gilbert trelawney — department head 

business 
education 



to r: first row — dr. steagall, mrs. sweeny, dr. 
powell. dr. dickerson, ms. graves, second row — 
dr. bauman, mr. smith, mr. walsh. 




dr. z.s. dickerson — department head 



361 



chemistry 



1 to r: first row — dr. devore, dr. voige. second 
row — dr. atkins, dr. degraff, dr. leary, third row 
— dr. amenta, dr. simmons, dr. palocasay, dr. 
crowther. 




dr. ben a. degraff, jr. — department head 

communication 
arts ' 




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1 to r: first row — ms. schuelke, mr. lyndrup, dr. holdridge, dr. fucker, mr. zirk, dr. hall, mr. 

regan, mr. woody, dr. roubicek, mr. hollar, second row — dr. arthur, mr. soenksen. ms. dean, ms. 
^ '■ wright. dr. turner, dr. conkey. dr. fuller, ms. hinegardner, mr. neckowitz, mr. houser. ms. steven- 
'w^' ton, mr. dickey, third row — mr. wendelken, dr. goodyear. mr. albert, mr. rollman. mr. morello, 
" dr. king, mr. thomas, mr. kirkland. 



dr. donald 1. mcconkey — department head 



362 



distributive 
education 

1 to r: mr. dix, ms. holder. 




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mr. c.b. dix — department head 



early 

childhood 

elementary 

education 



1 to r; first row — dr. merlin, dr. laffey, dr. ross, ms. coyle, second row — dr. graham, dr. kaslow, 
mrs. dickerson, dr. lebnard, ms. hopkins, dr. darrin, third row — dr. blair, dr. shaffer, dr. 
neatrour, dr. muia. 




dr. charles w. blair — department head 



363 



economics 



1 to r: first row — dr. kohen, dr. varghese, dr 
kipps, mr. grieves, dr. wilhelm. second row — 
mr. sheehan, mr. mcguire, dr. bopp, dr. prince 
mr. rosser. 




dr. howard m. wilheim — department head 



english 



I to r: first row — dr. Hawthorne, dr. anderson. dr. 
frederick, dr. constantine. dr. nostrandt, mr. r. 
mcnallie. mr. b. mcnallie. second row — mr. 
leigh, ms. steinshower, dr. adams. mr. burkhol- 
der. dr. cohen, dr. swink, dr. j, eby, third row — 
ms. perso. ms. tripson, mr. katzen. dr. morley — 
mower, ms. wszalek. fourth row — dr. geary. dr. 
mcmurray. dr. foley, dr. ruff. dr. poindexter, ms. 
cook, fifth row — dr. hallman. mr. farrar, dr. 
funston, mr. bentlv. 




dr. mark Hawthorne — department head 




364 




foreign 
languages 




dr. elizabeth b. neatrour — department head 



1 to r: first row — dr. cohen, mr. perlman, dr. neatrour, mrs. aliotti, dr. barroso; second row — mr. 
Stewart, dr. kyler, dr. conis, dr. hamlet-metz, dr. pruitt. 




geology 



1 to r: first row — dr. sander, dr. amenta, second 
row — mr. Campbell, dr. sherwood, dr. poche, dr. 
fichter, dr. farmer, dr. kearns, third row — mr. 
watts. 




dr. William p. roberts — department head 



365 



history 



1 to r: first row — dr. henderson, dr. yoon, dr. 
riley, dr. mcfarland. dr. c. smith, dr. bland, sec- 
ond row — ms. boyd. dr. macmaster, dr. 
dineledine. dr. gerome. mr. blakemore, dr. lem- 
brignt. ms. a. smith, mr. hallman, dr. loe. 



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home 
economics 



1 to r: ms. dennison. dr. Christiansen, ms. godley 
dr. emerson, ms. colquitt. ms. erskine. ms 
eriewine, dr. rowe. ms. Steinberg. 



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dr. dorothy rowe — department head 



366 




library 
science 



__ 1 to r: first row — dr. ramquist, mrs. ramsey, mr. 
" "" blankenburg, second row — dr. Steinberg, mrs. 
garber, dr. dubenezic, dr. barrette. 




dr. raymond c. ramquist — department head 

marketing/ 
management 



1 to r: first row — ms. m. laforge, dr. wood, dr. 
khan, second row — mr. bittel, dr. Johnson, mr. 
boiling, mr. keyt, dr. ramsey, mr. bilbrey, dr. 
kroeber, dr. brenner, mr. tomklewicz, third row 
— dr. singer, dr. 1. laforge, mr. bilon. 




' dr. ross h. Johnson — department head 



367 



math 



1 to r: first row — dr. lyons. dr. austin, dr. fisher. 
dr. Sanders, second row — dr. hanson. dr. mills, 
mr. lepera, ms. lazorack, dr. marrah, third row — 
dr. Idippert. ms. kempton, dr. davenport, dr. mc- 
lean. 




dr. William m. sanders — department head 



music 



1 to r: first row — dr. little, rar. choi, mr. davis, 
ms. s. cryder. ms. lance, ms. christman, ms. gier. 
second row — mr. wolfe, dr. j. cryder, mr. moul- 
ten, mr. 1. watkins, mr. cable, dr. perkins, ms. 
kniebusch, mr. p. mcenderfer, dr. ashby, dr. 
Wright, dr. mcpherson, mr. watkins, fourth row 
— dr. estock, mr. kraus, mr. cross, mr. kehlen- 
brink, mr, tynes, mr. buchanan, dr. kurtz, dr. 
lyon. 





dr. Joseph j. estock — department head 



368 




philosophy 



1 to r: dr. callahan, dr. wiles, dr. omeara, dr. 
thomas. 




dr. William e. callahan — depaitment head 

physical 
education 



1 to r: first row — dr. rummel, dr. bruce, mrs. 
James, dr. haynes, ms. friday, dr. miller, mr. ar- 
nold, second row — ms. schell, dr. rader, dr. 
Crawford, dr. travis, ms. gladden, mrs. horn, mr. 
ehlers, mr. vedelli, mr. vanderwarker. 



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369 



physics 



1 to r: dr. kribel. ms. wood. dr. taylor, dr. ingham. 
dr. leung, mr. conway. dr. staib. 




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dr. robert e. kribel — department head 

psychology 



1 to r: first row — dr driver, dr. grayson. dr. 
couch, dr. saadatmand, ms. parkhill. dr. moore, 
ms. nelson, ms. parsley, second row — dr. west, 
dr. engel. dr. hart. dr. kuhns, dr. hanson. dr. har- 
ris, dr. brown, dr. mcgee. 




dr. harold j. mcgee — department head 




370 



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political 
science/ 
geography 




1 to r: dr. myers, dr. coggin, dr. dark, dr. cline, dr. enedy, dr. nelson, dr. weber. mr. richasen. 




dr. William r. nelson — department head 



secondary 
education 




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dr. William d. smith — department head 



1 to r: first row — dr. lehman, dr. Joyce, second row — dr. smith, third row — dr. fox, dr. allain, 
ms. schindler, dr. schindler, fourth row — mr. connors, dr. graham, dr. roller, dr. liles. 



371 



sociology 




dr. jack h. williams — department head 



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1 to r: first row — dr. Steele, dr. mcbrian, second row — dr. busching, dr. geier, mr. versen, mr. 
tomlinson, dr. williams. mrs. meyers, dr. dutt, dr. council, dr. bradford, dr. howard, dr. smith. 



speech 
pathology 




dr. maynard d. filter — department head 



1 to r: first row — dr. finnegan, ms. dark. ms. kaiser, ms. runyan, dr. bennett. dr. ohare, dr. hinkle, 
second row — dr. Stanley, mr. morris, dr. filter, dr. runyan. 



372 




special 
education 




dr. frank w. luth — department head 



1 to r: first row — ms. ruckman, dr. white, dr. landis, second row — dr. lewis, dr. Christiansen, dr. 
minskoff, dr. herr, dr. luth. dr. finkle, dr. kidd, ms. gooden, dr. perso. 




373 



patrons 



Conrad C. Aasen 

David Abramson 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Adams. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adams 

Russell L. Adams, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ahrens 

Mr. and Mrs. B.N. Akers 

Jack L. Akers, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Alden 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Alford 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Allen 

James H. Allison. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ammons 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Amstadt 

Mrs. John S. Anders 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Anderson 

Joseph G. Anderson 

Lucy P. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Anderson 

Rev. and Mrs. Harry Angle 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Applegarth 

Anthony Arduini 

Earnest Armstrong 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Arnette 

Mr. and Mrs. Remmie L. Arnold, Jr. 

A.G. Arthur 

Jean M. Ash 

V. Neal Ashworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Askegren 

James G. Atkins 

Frank J. Audesirk 

Stuart W. Augevine 

Edgar B. Ausberry, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Ausser 

Captain and Mrs. Robert G. Austin 

L. B. Babcock 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. H. William W. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Baker 

Paul Baldasare 

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Baldwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Bales 

Mrs. Mae H. Ball 

Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Ballengee 

R.B. Ballowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Banks 

Mrs. John A. Banks, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Barbe 

H. Warren Barker 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Barker 

G.O. Barnes 

Wilder E. Barnes 

Bill and Nancy Barr 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barrie. Jr. 

J.T. Barron 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Barrows 

W.P. Bartley 

Drs. Huey and Jimmie Battle 

Henry J. Bayer 

Col. and Mrs. Paul Bavruns 



Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Beacham 

Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Beale 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Beamer 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Beasley 

Mrs. B. Beatty 

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Becker 

Richard J. Bedford 

Stephen H. Bedwell. Jr. 

Robert G. Bell 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bell 

Donald N. Belote 

Mrs. William Benavitz 

Richard J. Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Benshoff 

John H. Benton 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Berger 

Harry F. Berlin 

Berton W. Berry, Jr. 

Fred R. Berry 

Peter J. Bersano 

Mr. and Mrs. Fredric J. Betz 

Arthur and Lillian Bickmeyer 

Albert L. Bicksler 

Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Billingsley. Jr. 

Nolin J. Bilodeau 

Clarence and Frances Bitting 

Raymond Blackburn. Jr. 

Luther C. Blair 

Mr. and Mrs. Hiram L. Blake 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Blakeley 

Howard Blanding 

Col. and Mrs. James Blankenship 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bock 

Dr. and Mrs. M.M. Bocknek 

Mrs. William Boehm 

Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Boespflug 

John B. Bogle 

Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bohon 

Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Bolender 

Richard E. Bonin 

Dr. and Mrs. Hilton G. Bonney, Jr. 

Joseph A. Bono 

Barrie Booth 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Lee Boppe 

Mr. and Mrs. Emil M. Borders 

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Bost 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bottum 

G.F. Bowe 

Alfred E. Bowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bowers 

John R. Bowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowman 

James L. Bowman 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bowman 

Ralph L. Bowman 

Walter Boyne 

Gapt. and Mrs. E.T. Boywid 

Mr. and Mrs. Austin A. Bradley 

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bradley 

Marvin T. Bradley 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Bradshaw 

James Branic Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Moir W. Branscome 

Jerome F. Brazda 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken D. Brechtelsbauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Breen 



Patrick J. Brennan 

Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Breslin 

Walter J. Britt 

Donald L. Bittingham 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Broadwater 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brodine 

G.T. Brooks, Jr. 

James N. Brooks, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brown 

Tommy R. Browning 

Rev. and Mrs. Jas. Van Brussel 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bryan 

Helen Bryant 

Homer M. Bryant 

R.L. Bryant 

William A. Bryant 

Mr. and Mrs. George Buckingham 

Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Budds 

Leonard E. Budsock 

Joe E. Buford 

Douglas and Yvonne Bugg 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Bull 

Mr. and Mrs. Bragdon V. Bunch 

Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Bundy 

Mrs. Euna Mae O. Bunn 

Col. Colin F. Burch. Jr. 

C.W. Burchett 

Frances B. Burger 

Betty H. Burke 

Mrs. James H. Burke 

R.L. Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Burkholder 

Wm. J. Burkholder 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Burner 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Burner 

Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Burnett 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Burrell 

James C. Burroughs 

H.H. Bury 

Maritza Busch 

Mr. and Mrs. David N. Butler. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Butler 

Howard H. Butler 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Butler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Butler 

Abner W. Butterworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Butterworth 

Luther H. Butts, Jr. 

Vera and Lee Butts 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Buzzy, Jr. 

David L. Byers 

Mr. and Mrs. Harmon G. Byrd 

Sue and Dan Byrd 

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Bywaters 

John H. Gadman 

Calvin Cage 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Gain 

C.R. Caldwell, Jr. 

Howard M. Gallis 

Mrs. Odessa Calloway 

Betty Campbell 

Don C. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell 

Margaret C. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Campbell 



374 



John K. Cannon 

Ray T. Cannon 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Cantrell, Jr. 

Robert E. Cappali 

Albert G. Carchedi 

Mr. and Mrs. VV.F. Carey 

Mr. and W.O. Carey 

Donald W. Carl 

Robert O. Carlson, Sr. 

Carol Carpenter 

Mrs. J. A. Carr 

Mr. and Mrs. Billy N. Carroll 

Edward J. Carroll 

Mr. and Mrs. CM. Carswell 

David R. Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Carter 

James D. Carter HI 

J.G. Carter, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Carter 

Robert W. Carter 

VV. Clarence Carter, C.L.U. 

Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Cary 

Richard N. Casale 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casciano 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cashion 

David H. Cashman 

Carlos Castells 

Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Castorina 

Larry and Marquerite Caudle 

Nancy and Douglas Cayce 

Robert R. Cessna 

John L. Chafee 

Mr. and Mrs. Norris Chamberlain, Sr. 

Wallace Lee Chandler 

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad L. Chapman 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Chapman 

Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Chappell, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chase 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chaudet 

Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose P. Cheshire 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Chilcoat, Jr. 

Pauline Childress 

Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Chisom 

Robert R. Christian 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Christman 

John and Marian Chruney 

Henry C. Church 

Mr. and Mrs. Armand Cioccio 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Page Clark 

Helen A. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Clark 

Norman Clary 

Roland C. Clary 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Clary, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Clatterbuck 

Roy B. Claxton 

Thomas Joseph Cleary 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Linwood Clements 

Mr. and Mrs. William Clements 

Stanley G. Cline 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Cloud 

C.P. Glower 

Mr. Joseph C. Cockrell, Jr. 

Carlton L. Coffey 

Charles E. Coker 



Mr. and Mrs. M. Ward Cole 

Mrs. Goldie B. Coleman 

Mrs. John Wallace Coleman 

C.B. Collins 

Catharine F. Collins 

George F. and Kathryn Collins 

E.J. Comitz 

C. Edward Compher 

Richard B. Gondii 

Paul Condon 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Connelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Conrad 

Tony Constant 

The Constantinos Family 

Edward F. Conway, Jr. 

Mrs. Catherine Cook 

Charles E. Cooley 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Coon 

James W. Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Coradi 

Marie Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph J. Corsi 

Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Cost 

John H. Cousins 

John W. Cowan 

Joe Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Cox 

Jude T. Craddock 

George Craig 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Craven 

Dr. Henry Creech 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Crew 

Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Crigler 

Cecil D. Crockett. Jr. 

David C. Crockett 

E.S. Grow 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. Crowley 

Louis P. Crowley 

Mr, and Mrs. Paul G. Crowley 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cruise 

Charles W. Gulkin 

Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin T, Cullen 

Rev. and Mrs. Douglas B. Cullop 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cundiff 

Howard A. Curie 

Mrs. Ralph Curt 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvah L. Cuthriell 

Joseph Czajkowski 

John W. Dahlgren 

Robert B. Dale, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Darling 

Mr, and Mrs. Harry Dashiell 

A. Joseph Davis, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Mason Davis 

D.F. and G.H. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. F.N, Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Davis 

John T. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Johna H. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Dawson 

Mr, and Mrs, A,J, DeBellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. DeHart 

Oren E. DeHaven 

Mr. and Mrs. Nevin P. Dellinger 

Richard E. Denfeld 

Thomas V. Denney 

Allen W. Derflinger II 



Mr. and Mrs. William H. Derrickson 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Des Jardin 

Marcel Desrosiers 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Devine 

Henry F. Dial, Jr. 

Thomas Diamantes 

R. Di Bari 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Di Battista 

Robert and Celia Dickenson 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diehl 

Edward N. Diggs 

Alan G. Dillard, Jr. 

Celia M. Dillard 

Wade H. Dishman 

James Dismuke 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin A, Ditmore 

Dr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Dixon 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Dodson 

Thomas N. Dombroskie 

R. Domonoca 

Mr. and Mrs. Felix B. Dominicci 

Robert E. Donner 

Ruth F. Doren 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dorsey 

John N. Dorsey, Jr, 

R,S, Dorsey 

Mr, and Mrs, Walter W, Dosh 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Doss 

Russell and Virginia Douglas 

Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Downing 

CDR. Tom R. Downs 

Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Drake, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Noble W. Drake 

Mrs. Edw. Drazdowsky 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Drevets 

Oscar W. Driver 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Y. Dubel 

Joan and Dick Duckett 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Duff 

Mr. and Mrs. Jon W. Duggan 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Dunbar 

A.R. Duncan 

Col. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Duncan 

James A. Dunham 

Dr. and Mrs. John C. Dunlap 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Dunn 

Shirley and Robert Dunn, Sr. 

James F. and Elaine K. Duresky 

James L. Durham 

Gilbert W. Durrer 

Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Durvin 

Shirley and Ronnie Dustin 

Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Dutton 

James Dwinelle 

Jack D. Fades 

Earle T. Eagan 

Mrs. Betty E. Early 

Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Eatough 

John P. Eckert 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edmonds 

Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Edmondson 

John W. Edwards 

Z.F. Edwards 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Eddie Elliott 

Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis 

Thomas B. Ellison 

Howard Elmer 



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Lt. Col. Lloyd S. Elmore, USAF (RET) 

Mary E. M. Ely 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Emerson 

Mr. and Mrs. |.E. Emrick 

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Engleby. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. English 

Rev. William R. Epps 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Erb 

Fred C. and M.E. Erbele 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Erwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Esherick 

Mr. and Mrs. Sven Espenbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. S.Q. Eure, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Monroe Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. G.G. Evans 

H.F. Evans 

Jerold W. Evans 

Mrs. Julia S. Evenson 

Fred O. Ewing 

Hugh C. Ewing, Jr. 

Mrs. Leon Fadley 

Zoltan Farkas 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Farrell 

Syl Farris 

Robert H. Fearon, Jr. 

Herbert M. Federhen 

F. L. Federline 
Harry W. Fells, Jr. 
Ted Femi 

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Fenton 

G. W. Ferguson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Murrell Ferguson 

Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Fergusson 

Carole V. Ferris 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ferris 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Field 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Fielding 

Albert Filippone 

H.P. Fillingane 

Floyd R. Finley 

Mrs. Charles R. Finnell 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman D. Fintel 

Mr. and Mrs. Manus J. Fish, Jr. 

Harry B. Fisher 

Woodrow P. Fisher 

Robert L. Fitton 

Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Fitzgerald 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Flanagan 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Fleming 

Dr. and Mrs. George J. Fleury 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fogarty 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foley 

Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Folks 

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Fontaine, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Emaunele Fontana 

Mrs. Lin Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ford 

Clarence P. Foreman 

James R. Forman 

Dr. David C. Forrest 

Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Forrest 

James W. Forrest 

Harold Foster 

Ralph Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Denton E. Fox, Jr. 



Edward Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Fox, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Frakes 

Ernest W. Fralin 

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Franklin 

J.C. Franks 

Mark Fravel, Jr. 

Mrs. Patricia Fredericks 

T.M. Freed 

Walter F. Freeman 

Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Freund 

Ralph C. Fridley 

Johann Friedt 

Daniel G. Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Friend, Jr. 

Col. and Mrs. Paul C. Fritz 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Fullerton 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Fulton. Jr. 

CDR. and Mrs. James Funck 

Mr. and Mrs. Nevin H. Funk 

Robert and Jean Ann Furie 

Carl W. Gaborik 

Lawrence and Marjorie Gaines 

Wilraa S. Galbraith 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Galdi 

David R. Gallagher 

John Gallagher 

Richard J. Gallagher 

Robert L. Gallagher 

CM. Gallier 

Robert J. Calvin 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Gamble 

Walter J. Gander 

William P. Gardiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Gardiol 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gardner 

Dan J. Gareri 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Garritano 

Richard L. Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gaspard 

Culver and Viola Gates 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Geary 

Earl W. Gehman 

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Gelbert 

Charles A. Gendreau 

Donald S. Gerhart 

Capt. and Mrs. Francis W. Gerow 

Mable Gifford 

J.F. Gilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gilbert 

Col. (RET) and Mrs. Leslie H. Gilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gill 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillie 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillis 

M.E. Ginaven 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giorgi 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Glakas 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell E. Glover 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Glowacki 

George T. Gmitter 

John G. Goedte! 

Chaplain and Mrs. R.V. Goeres 

Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Goffredi 

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Golden 



Mr. and Mrs. I.F. Goldstein 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Elwood Good 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Good 

Richard B. Goodall 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas Goodbody 

Donn Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gorman 

Mrs. Jean R. Grady 

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Grandel 

Col, George D, Grassan 

Mr, and Mrs. Leo Grassini 

Col. and Mrs. M.J. Gravel 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gray 

Theodore L. Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Greehan 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Green 

W.M. Green, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Greene 

Mrs. John H. Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Greifer 

Mrs. O. L. Griffin 

Martin V. Griffith, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Grinstead 

Rev. and Mrs. William A. Grisson 

D.E. Groce 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Grower 

Mrs. Florence S. Grzeskiewicz 

Norman W. Guinard 

Richard I. Gulick 

Kenneth Gunn 

W.L. Gunter 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Guntharp 

Jean and Ron Gunton 

Jack and Ellen Gwynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Haag 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Haberstroh 

Mrs. R. D. Hagan 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Hagberg 

Arthur L. Hagen 

Marguerite Haggarty 

Eleanor W. Hahne 

Mrs. John Haithcock 

Alvin C. Hale 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hale 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Hall 

C.U. Hall 

Harr\' Arthur Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hall 

Wm. Oliver Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halterman 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Halterman 

Brig. Gen. Arch L. Hambleu, Jr. 

William E. Hames 

Robert T. Hamilton 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hammett 

W. Kenneth Hampton 

William W. Hand 

Kay and Frank Hann 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Hanna 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hanrahan 

Eugene M. Hardin. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harding 

John L. Hardwick 

George D. Hardy 

Leslie B. Hardy 

John M. Hare 

Capt. and Mrs. J.W. Harkin 



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E. Ward Harkrader 

Donna and Ray Harlow 

Richard T. Harmon 

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy J. Harmon 

Mr and Mrs. Jack Harner 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Harper 

Joan P. Harrington 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Harris 

George R. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Harris, Jr. 

Malcolm E. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Harris III 

Mrs. Mary G. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Harris 

David G. Harrison 

R. W. Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hartman 

Jules V. Harvanek 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harv ~v 

Monsey G. Haskins 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hast 

Larry Hatch 

Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Hawkins 

John Edwin Hawkins 

Mrs. Robert C. Hawkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hayden 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Vernon Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice T. Haynes 

Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hazelette 

Jeannette Hazelwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Headlee, Jr. 

Robert J. Heaston 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heath 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Heckert 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hedrick 

Jurgen Heel 

Mr. and Mrs. Ilmar Heinaru 

Charles A. Heitmanek 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Heller 

John O. Von Hemert 

Edwin J. Hemp 

Mr. and Mrs. N.H. Hempel 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Henry, Jr. 

James M. Henry 

Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Henschen 

Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Hensley 

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Hensley 

Edward T. Henthorn 

Kenneth F Herbaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Herbert. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Herrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hess 

R.G. Hetherington 

Lee Hettermann 

Louis Hettinger 

Mrs. Hazel J. Heubach 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Hiatt 

Capt. Leo A. Hibson 

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Hickman, Jr. 

Gol. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hiett 

Dr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Higgins 

The Higgs Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Hilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Hill 

Martha E. Hill 

G.J. Himmelberg 



Harvey J. Hincker 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Hinckle, Sr, 

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hiner 

Mrs. Beulah C. Hite 

John M. Hiscott 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hobbs 

William P. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Hockman 

H. Morgan Hodge 

Bill Hoffman 

Mrs. Helen H. Hoffman 

Ltc. and Mrs. Lawerence W. Hoffman 

Stanley R. Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. Zelman Hoffman 

Margaret and Joe Hoffman 

Mr. and Alex Hofmann 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Eugene Hogan 

Gerald A. Hogan 

James G. Holbert 

Marjorie I. HoUey 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred U. Holliday 

Samuel A. Hollingsworth 

Garl M. HoUis 

Arthur J. Holmaas 

Alfred Holsinger 

Gol. and Mrs. William B. Holt 

Mr. William T. Hooper 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Alan Hopper 

Margaret S. Horky 

Mr. and Mrs. John Hosier 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Hott 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan D. Hott 

Lewis D.W. Hott 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Houde 

Col. and Mrs. J. Edward Houseworth 

C.N. Howard, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hrinda 

Dr. and Mrs. John E. Hubley 

Rev. and Mrs. L.C. Huddle 

J. Earl Hudgins, Jr. 

James and Betty Hueber 

Mrs. Mary Anne Huff 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Huff 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Huffer 

James and Nancy Hufford 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. K.C. Hughett 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huie 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hull 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hume 

John Hummel 

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Hummel 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Humphrey, Jr. 

Caroline M. Hundley 

Mrs. J.L. Hunter 

Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Huskey 

Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Hutchison, Jr. 

George C. Hutter 

Gol. and Mrs. Richard Hyatt 

Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Igoe 

Mrs. E. J. Inglis, Jr. 

Glenn A. Israel 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackson 

Mr. and Mis. Luther T. Jackson 



Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Jackson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Jacobs 

Mr. and Mrs. Cleve R. Jacobsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Jacobson 

J. Peter Jacques 

Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Jakobsson 

Andrew and Charlotte Jamerson 

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. James, Jr. 

Betty H. Jamison 

Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Jennings 

Mr. Frank Jennings, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Jewell, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Jewell 

James Jiral 

John M. and Jean S. Johannes 

Frank W. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Johnson 

Howard and Doris Johnson 

J.E. Johnson 

J. Wallace Johnson 

Capt. and Mrs. R.G. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ryland D. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H. Johnson, Jr. 

Andrew A. Johnston 

D. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Johnston 

Russell A. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonassen 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Jones 

James and Gertrude Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Jones 

Mark E. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones 

Robert P. Jones, Jr. 

C.E. Jonson 

Regina H. Jordan 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jorstad, Jr. 

Nicholas T. Jucarone 

John H. Judson 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Juzowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Kadi 

David A. Kaelhele 

Albert R. Kambeitz 

Robert Kandt 

Ira Kaplan 

G. Karamarkovich 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Kaslik 

Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Kattmann 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Kay, Jr. 

Nicholas M. Kay 

Mr. Clarence Kaylor 

James E. Keegan 

Mr. and Mrs. Wiley C. Keel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keilsohn 

Mrs. Gordon S. Keith 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Willard Keith 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Kelchner 

Mrs. Rodney M. Keller 

Ted Keller 

Robert J. Kelley 

Dr. and Mrs. William H. Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Kelly 



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Maurice A. Kelliher 

Mrs. Dennis P. Kelly 

Edward T. Kelly 

Mrs. Charles Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kennett 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Kenney 

Harry W. Kent 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kent 

Capt. and Mrs. J.S. Kenyon 

J.C. Kepley 

Annabel and Russell Kerlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Kern 

Mr. L. Barry Kershaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Emerson L. Keslar, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan J. Kesner 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Keyser 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Kolan Kiewicz 

Mr. Irvin R. Kilby 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kilcoyne 

].R. Kilman 

John R. Kimbriel 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Kindig 

Anne and Bill King 

John F. King 

Mrs. Martha H. King 

Roy L. King 

Harry A. Kinney 

Sam Kinni 

Charles E. Kirk 

Mr. and Mrs. CM. Kirkpatrick 

Robert and Marsha Kirkpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Kite 

Paul A. Klann 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Wendell Kline 

Mr. and Mrs. Marlen J. Klopp. Sr. 

John and Rita Knight 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Knowlan 

Glenn C. Knox 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Knudtsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus H. Knupp 

Edward M. Kocharian 

Colonel George Komar 

John C. Koppelman 

Col. and Mrs. A.E. Kosciuszko 

Paul and Carol Kosco 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard B. Kossler 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Kot 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kozojet 

Martin Kravitz 

Edward A. Krizay 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew V. Kules 

Karl Kummer 

Donald L. Kunkler 

Donald Lacey 

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lacy 

Chris and Rod La Fever 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur La Forge 

Mr. and Mrs. Al Lagownik 

Norm and Cyndie Laird 

Mrs. Maxine S. Lam 

James P. Lamar 

M. Donald Lambdon 

Ward B. Lancaster 

Mrs. Chris A. Lane 



Col. and Mrs. Paul LaPierre 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Larmour 

Mr. and Mrs. Armand V. LaRocque 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Lassiter 

Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Lastor 

Albert F. Laube 

Armand J. Landry M.D. 

James H. Law 

Col. and Mrs. G.L. Lawhon 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lawhorn 

Ruth F. Lawhorn 

D.W. Lawman 

Matthew Lawman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Lawrence 

E.L. Lawrence 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lawson 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lawson 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter R. Lawson 

L.E. Layton 

Mrs. Lucille Lazzaro 

Arthur R. Leary 

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Ledden 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Lee 

John B. Lee. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Leelou 

Thomas F. Leigh 

Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Leith 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lemon 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Lemon 

Emil J. Lenzi, Jr. 

Ann W. Leonard 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Leonard 

Robert M. Lester, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Leverone 

Mr. and Mrs. Rice W. Levi. Jr. 

Harvey L. Levin 

Harry S. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Lewis 

James G. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Liggett, Jr. 

C.W. Lillard 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lillard, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lindale 

Dana E. Linden 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Linder 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Linder 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Lindsey 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Liniewski 

Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Link 

Mary Lippe 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lister 

Earl F. Little 

Raymond L. Lively 

Kenneth G. Lobb 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Locke 

Mr. and Mrs. Kermit D. Lockridge 

The Loew Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg R. Logan, Jr. 

John B. Logan 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lohkamp 

Edward and Gladys Long 

Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Homer S. Long 

Joel J. Long 

Mary L. Long 

Orville L. Long 

Mrs. Margaret M. Longnecker 

M. J. Lorencki 



Ruby J. Lotts 

Norman J. Louden 

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lounsbury, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Lovegren 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Lovell 

Arthur and Maxine Lowe 

Ralph L. Lowe 

Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman Lowery 

Robert and Grace Lowke 

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Lowry 

Robert H. Lucas 

R.W. Luke 

Raymond M. Lumpkin 

Mr. and Mrs. George Lund 

Thomas B. Lyles, Sr. 

Robert C. Lynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. MacCallum 

F.J. MacCoy III 

Mr. and Mrs. D.H. MacDonald 

Henry E. McBride 

James J. McBride 

John A. McCalla 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarthy 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. McChesney 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. McCleaf 

Capt. Tom P. McClenahan 

Mr. and Mrs. Faran McClimans 

Robert G. McCoy 

Waverly L. McCoy 

William D. McCrudden 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. McCue 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. McCue 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. McCullough 

Mrs. Louise McGurley 

Ray H. McDaniel 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McElroy 

Allie B. McFadden 

Mr. and Mrs. William K. McGehee 

Mr. and Mrs. Fredric I. McGhee 

Norman F. McGinnis 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelly McGinnis 

Harold McGraw 

Capt. J. E. Mclndoe 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman McKay 

Mr. and Mrs. R.E. McKenzie 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald McKnatt 

Mrs. Gloria McLaughlin 

Frances E. McLean 

Thelma W. McLendon 

A.|. McMillan 

Mr. and Mrs. Pat McMillin 

Ralph McNiel 

Jesse E. McSwain 

Don and Joyce McVay 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mabry, Sr. 

Patrick Maggio 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Mahoney 

Capt. Raymond G. Maier 

Arthur Malaussena 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mallon 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manners 

Mr. and Mrs. D.F. Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe L. Manns, Sr. 

Janet G. Mansfield 



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Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mansfield 

Willie L. Mansfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Marcy 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marek 

Walter E. Marlow 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Marlowe, Sr. 

Robert L. Marovelli 

Mr. and Mrs. David Marr 

Wm. J. Marr 

Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn B. Marshall 

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Martin, Jr. 

John C. Martin 

John H. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Pepper D. Martin, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Martinelli 

Oleg Maruta 

Mr. and Mrs.H.L. Mason 

Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Massenburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Mathey 

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mathias 

Jim and Lois Mathis 

Fred C. Mattern, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mattes 

William T. Matthews 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mattoy 

Clivland J. Maturine 

Mrs. Leo Mayers 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Mayes, Sr. 

Gustavius A. Mayo 

Dr. Philip Mazzocchi, Jr. 

Bob Meador 



Joseph and Sibul Mealy 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mellender 

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mellon 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Melvin 

R.C. Meneeley 

Mr. and Mrs. Pete W. Meredith, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Mergenthal 

Jack D. Merritt 

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Meyerhoeffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Miller 

Mrs. Curtis D. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Miller ni 

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell I. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Miller 

Wayne W. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mlllon 

Thomas J. Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Milne 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson D. Minnick 

J.E. Moeller 

Colonel and Mrs. John L. Moffat 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Molesworth 

Mrs. Mildred G. Mollenauer 

Bob and Joyce Mondloch 

A.L. Mooney 

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moorcones 

Dr. and Mrs. French Moore, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Dennis Moore 

Anthony Morabito 

Mr. Angel R. Morales 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Coy Morell 

Alvin L. Morgan 

Bev and Charlie Morgan 



Dr. and Mrs Wm. C. Morgan 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moroney 

Earl A. and Hilda M. Morris 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Morris 

David N. Morrison 

Harold Morrison, Jr. 

James S. Morrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Morrist 

Mrs. R. J. Morrow 

Robert E. Morton 

Col (RET) and Mrs. R.B. Mosser 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Mowry 

Robert H. Moxley 

Mrs. Max Moyer 

Col. and Mrs. Harold P. Mueller 

Edward W. Muench 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Muldowney 

Capt. and Mrs. James A. Mulligan 

Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. John F. Murphy, Jr. 

Mr. Patrick J. Murphy 

Col. and Mrs. Paul J.B. Murphy, Jr. 

Capt. Douglas V. Murray 

Mrs. Eliz. L. Murray 

John and Margaret Murray 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Muscarnera 

Kenneth and Mary Ellen Myers 

Fred W. Naff 

D. Namuth 

Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Nance 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Nash 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Neale, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Neff 

Mr. and Mrs. Zane Neff 



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Mr. and Mrs. William T. Nelson 

Glenn, Cheryl and Gayle Ness 

Raymond VV. Nester 

Philip E. Newell 

Mr. and Mrs. I.G. Newman 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Newton 

Dr. Walter L. Newton 

C.W. Nicholson 

Fred Niebergall 

Mrs. Lillie B. Nightingale 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nimitz 

Joseph A. Noel 

Mr. and Mrs. John Nolan 

Oscar Northern, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Norton 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Null 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Nunnally, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Craddock J. Nunnally 

Mrs. S.E. Nunnally 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Nye 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oakes 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Obenshain 

Mr. and Mrs. James G. O'Boyle 

Alfred E. Oddenino 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. O'Dea 

Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Offutt 

Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Olcheski 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. O'Leary 

Capt. and Mrs. Philip Oliver, Jr. 

D.N. OlHce 

Norbert and Helen Olshefski 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Carlton Onderdonk 

Hugh M. O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Orndorff 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ossea 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Ostergren 

Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Owen 

Anne Owens 

Jean J. Owens 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Owens 

John and Eleanore Paglinco 

Mr, and Mrs. Bland A. Painter, Jr. 

Evelyn R. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Palmer 

Kenneth F. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Palumbo 

Carmine Pantalone 

Joseph Parisek, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Grady Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Parker 

Richard B. Parks 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Parry 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Partlow 

Mr. and Mrs. Delanie Patrick 

Col. and Mrs. Bruce Patterson 

James W. and Jean C. Patterson 

Col. Kenneth M. Patterson 

Milton E. Patterson 

Ralph B. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Patteson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patton 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Paxton, Jr. 

Barbara A. Payne 

Brenda M. Payne 

George L. Payne 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Payne, Sr. 



Bent B. Pederson 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pederson 

Richard J. Peel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay G. Perri 

Dennis E. Perrin 

Bess and Doug Perthel 

H. Priscilla Perwich 

Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Perry 

Dr. and Mrs. Carl J. Peter 

Roger W. Peters 

Col. and Mrs. Darwin Peterson 

Mrs. J.E. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Peterson 

Guido L. Petrella 

Col. and Mrs. Floyd E. Petty 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Phillips 

J. Coulson Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Phillips, Jr. 

Mrs. Montese L. Phillips 

Ronald J. Phillips 

Wm. T. Phoebus, Jr. 

Antoinette Piano 

Gasper J. Piazza 

Robert Picardi 

Shriver Pickett 

D.E. Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pierce 

Robert W. Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Pike 

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Pillow 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Pittman 

Carroll L. Pitts 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Pitts 

J.D. Pitts 

Michael G. Pitts 

R.H. Pledger, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Graham S. Plogger 

Addison W. Plummer 

Ray B. Ply male 

Rutherford M. Poats 

Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Podlesny 

D. Eugene Poff 

Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Poff 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Polansky 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Polen 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Polard 

Harry C. Pond, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Pond 

Jean M. Pope 

Mr. and Mrs. Kermit R. Pope 

Marlene Pope 

Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Pope 

Charles Porter 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Posniewski 

Dona Potter 

Patrick C. Poulsen 

Deane F. Powers 

Col. and Mrs. Winston Powers 

Jack and Eloise Price 

Nelson B. Price 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Price, Jr. 

Stephen B. Privette 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Pro 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prodoehl 

Paul Prohoniak 

Mary K. and Vincent J. Pross 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Duane Puckett 



Delmar A. Pugh 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Puglisi 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene F. Pullen 

Mr. and Mrs. William PuUin 

Mrs. Helen S. Pulsifer 

George W. Pumell 

K.H. Quasebarth 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Quinn, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Rack 

Mr. and Mrs. Garnett F. Rae 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Rafal 

W.A. Raines 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raiselis 

Elia O. Ramirez 

John and Elizabeth Randolph 

Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Rapone 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart H. Raub, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Rawley 

Barbara B. Rayfield 

Walter Raymond, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Early G. Reams 

Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Rectanus 

Charles H. Reding 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Rees 

Florence H. Reese 

Warren C. Reeves 

Donald W. Regier 

Mr. and Mrs. Filing C. Reich 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reichart 

Mr. and Mrs. William Reichert 

Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn L. Reisinger 

Mr. and Mrs. C.I. Reklinski 

Allan C. Rennis 

Jack R. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reynolds 

Claude T. Rhodes 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rice 

Stephen and Nellie Richards 

Donald G. Richardson 

K.M. Richardson 

Rollin and Nancy Richardson 

William E. Richmond 

Mr. and Mrs. George Rickman 

Issac A. Rickman 

Carl and Barbara Riehm 

J.E. Riemann 

Brigadier General and Mrs. Riley 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Rinker 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Rinker 

A.M. Ririe 

Lyle and Marilyn Richell 

George T. Rison III 

Mr. and Mrs. Olin D. Ritchie 

Thomas C. Ritt, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roadcap 

Norbert Robb 

Gorden Roberts 

Mrs. Dorothy Robertson 

John A. Robertson 

Mr. and Mrs. K.E. Robertson 

Mr. and Mrs. George Robinett 

CDR and Mrs. K.F. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Robinson 

Thomas G. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rodgers 

Phillip E. Rodgerson 



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Elvira Rogers 

Dr. and Mrs. H.M. Rogers, Jr. 

Roy D. Rogers 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Roma 

Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Roman 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rose 

Charles H. Rosenberg, Sr. 

Wm. A. Rosenkranz 

Helen Roth 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew N. Roudas 

Mrs. Viuca M. Roush 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Routen 

Mrs. J.H. Rowe, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Rovire 

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Rowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rowland 

H.S. Rubenstein 

Wm. J. Ruberry 

Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Rucker 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ruiz 

Mr. and Mrs. Lanty M. Runner 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Russell, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Russell, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Rutherford 

Gorden J. Rutkai 

Gladys L. Rutledge 

Lester M. Ryman 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Sacra 

Lucille Sadlick 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon R. Saffelle 

Mrs. Harriet L. Salsbury 

John Sandoski 

Garver H. Sandy 

Raymond W. Sauer 

Charles R. Saum 



Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Saunders 

Lacy and Beverly Saunders 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Savage, Jr. 

William Savino 

Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Sayers, Sr. 

Angelo and Mary Scala 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Schaefer 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Schaeffer 

Charles and Mary Katherine Scheeler 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schilling 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Schimmel 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Schmitt, Sr. 

Richard L. Schmitt 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Scholp 

Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Schooler 

Mr. Willi Schrepfer 

Mr. and Mrs. D.S. Schwartz 

A.A. Scott 

Dr. Jack L. Scott 

William G. Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Earle V. Sears 

R.E. Sears 

John B. Seguin 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Seguine 

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll E. Selby 

Nelson A. Semones 

Mr. and Mrs. Decatur Setliff 

Walter W. Severns 

Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Seymour 

James T. Shadoan 

R. L. Shaffer 

Earl E. Shaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Shaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Shafran 

Richard J. Shakman 



Jim and Ellen Sharkey 

Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis B. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shayne 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Shea, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell E. Shearer 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheldon 

Robert E. Sheldon 

Dallas C. Shelton, Sr. 

W.L. Sheridan 

M. J. Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Sherwood 

Donald R. Shields 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shields 

William R. Shields 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shimchock 

Mr. and Mrs. Garrett L. Shipp 

Omer J. Shively, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clark Shoaff 

Donald K. Shoemaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Shoemaker 

R. Adm. and Mrs. D.M. Showers 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. D.K. Shroyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Shultz 

John M. Shumate, Jr. 

Z. J. Siekirski 

A.E. Siklosi 

Mrs. Robert J. Simonic 

Edward P. Simpkins, Jr. 

Charles R. Simpson 

Mr. and Mrs. Solon F. Simpson 
Cecil Sine 
Leonard L. Sipe 



Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
B.D. Sisson 
Mr. and Mrs 



Walter Skaskiw 




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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Skovira 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sleezer 

Genevieve H. Sless 

Richard W. Slocum 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Small 

B.G. Smith, Jr. 

Estelle H. Smith and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Smith 

Houston W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Smith 

Col. and Mrs. J.F. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Smith 

Dr. and Mrs. Ray H. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith 

Robert L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Smith 

Russell C. and Mildred P. Smith 

Mrs. Van Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Smith 

Charles T. Snyder 

James T. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Snyder, Sr. 

Torrence W. Snyder 

Rudolph Soldan 

Mr. Solomon 

Mrs. Betty T. Somers 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Soper 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl O. Sorensen 

Renato and Ines Sozio 

Ross D. Spalding 

John M. Spann, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spears 

Fred Spencer 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Spencer 

John M. Spencer 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Spencer. Jr. 

Glenn C. Spitzer 

Paul F. and Louis L. Spraggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Squires 

William G. Stalcup 

Charles and Pat Stanislav 

Mr. and Mrs. Paige D. Stanley 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Starbe 

Lewis A. Stearman 

Frank B. Steele 

Mazzie P. Stefaniga 

Mr. and Mrs. John Stemper 

William Stephan 

Mr. and Mrs. Acton R. Stephenson 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens 

Dr. and Mrs. Graham Stephens 

Virginia D. Steves 

Mrs. Rheba M. Stewart 

Ruth A. Stewart 

Barbara A. Stiepler 

John and Mary Stielper 

Jeffrey B. Still 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Stine 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Stokes 

Edwin L. Stoll 

Richard F. and Janine S. Stone 

George T. Stout 

David H. Stovall 



Robert M. Stowe 

Button G. Stoy 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Strecker 

J.J. Strobel 

Theodore F. Stromberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Strong 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Struthers 

S. Diane Stutler 

O.G. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Summers 

Paul C. Summitt 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sumpter, Jr. 

Mrs. F.N. Sumrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Supple 

Mrs. S.H. Sutherland 

Jack A. Sutton 

Richard and Janice Sweeton 

Marvin R. Sykes 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Syndwiec 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tabb 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tahamo 

Mrs. Dorothy F. Tallyn 

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Tannahill 

Robert F. Tansey 

Mr. and Mrs. Burrell C. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Taylor, Jr. 

Daniel L. Taylor. Ill 

Col. and Mrs. E.T. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Taylor 

Capt. and Mrs. Patterson Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Claiborne Terry 

Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Thacker 

Leon L. Thierry 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thomas 

Leonard C. Thomas 

Leonard M. Thomas 

Owen F. Thomas 

Robert B. Thomas, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thomas, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Thomas 

A.W. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Thompson 

James E. Thompson. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Throckmorton 

James H. Thrower 

Richard L. Tillison 

Betty J. Tilman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Timmins 

Mrs. Leo F. Timp 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Tipton 

Capt. and Mrs. J.F. Todd 

Dr. and Mrs. Lincoln Todd 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Tolley 

Edward ToUiver 

Paul A. Tolusso 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Tomlinson 

Garland N. Tompkins 

Dr. Marcellus E. Toney, Jr. 

Phoebe B. and Robert M. Toney 

Daryl E. Tonini 

Thomas J. Tracy 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Trant 

Mrs. Mary W. Travis 

Mr. and Mrs. Ashby W. Trent 

J.J. Trimble 

W.C. Triplett 

Mrs. Wm. J. Tropf 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. True 

Donald E. Trumble 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tucker 

James P. Tucker 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. TuUy. Jr. 

Capt. Carl F. Turk. USN (RET.) 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Turnbull 

M.S. Turner 

Ralph J. Turner, Sr. 

W. H. Turner, DDS 

Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Turner, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turney 

Wilbur and Lenora Turney 

Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Tutwiler 

Mr, and Mrs. Donald J. Twillman 

S.G. Tyler 

H.C. Ullmann 

Mrs. Evelyn Ulrich 

Mrs. Byron B. Umberger 

Kenneth R. Linger, Sr. 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. R.L. Upchurch 

Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Vagi 

Joseph Valler 

William J. Vance 

Don and Ann Van Dyke 

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Van Nieuwenhuise 

Raul S. Vargas 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Varndell 

John H. Varner 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Varnier 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Vaughan 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Vaughan 

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Vaughan 

Mr. S.C. Vegge 

Robert B. Venner, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Via 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Vines 

Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Vliet 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Vogt 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Volinsky 

Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Voyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Addison T. Waddell 

Richard G. Waggy 

Warren R. Waggy 

Donald C. Wagner 

Valentine O. Wagner, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Wahlgren 

Mr. & Mrs. Keith P. Waldrop 

Eva B. Walker 

M. Walker 

N.A. Walker 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. Jarrell R. Wallace 

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis R. Wallace 

Me. & Mrs. W.H. Walrond 

Rosa Walsh 

Barbara E. Walters 

Bucky Walters 

Sandy A. Wampler 

Mr. & Mrs. Elliotte Want 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Ward 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard T. Ward 



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Col. and Mrs. Stanley D. Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. VVareing 

James E. Warren, Jr. 

Harr\' H. Wason 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Waters 

Mrs. Leola E. Waters 

Mr. and Mrs. Warner S. Waters 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Watson 

Dr. and Mrs. D.H. Watts 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Waugh 

Kirk and Antie Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Webb 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Weber in 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber 

Russel E. Weitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Welch 

Gene E. Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Wenger 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Wessen 

Dr. and Mrs. P.M. West 

Mr. and Mrs. J.L. West, Jr. 

Thomas P. West 

William P. Weston 

Deane Wettstone 

H.M. Wheat 

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Wheeler 

H.V. Wheeler 

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Wheeler 

David B. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. White 

George W. White 

Mr. and Mrs. W.B. White, Sr. 

William White 

William B. White 

Wm. H. White, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. White 

Cecil E. Whitehead 

Robert N. Whitehurst 



The Bluestone staff would like to express 
their deepest appreciation to all its con- 
tributors in making the 1978 Bluestone a re- 
ality. We acknowledge those who sent gifts 
that were not received in time to have the 
names published. Your interest and support, 
however are greatly appreciated. 



Albert T. Whiteside 

Carroll Whitlock 

G.R. Whitmore 

Mrs. James W. Whitten 

Tom and Lou Whittington 

Mr. and Mrs. James Wilber 

Mrs. Joseph H. Wilbern 

Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Wilcox, Sr. 

John M. Wiler 

Andrew W. Wilhelm 

Mr. Alonza Wilkins 

Dr. and Mrs. Judd R. Wilkins 

Charles and Mary H. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. 'Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Williams 

Jean Williams 

J.H. Williams 

John Scott Williams 

Capt. R.A. Williams 

Capt. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams 

W.D. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Willmann 

James E. Wills 

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Wilson 

Charles H. Wilson, Jr. 

Capt. and Mrs. D.E. Wilson 

Paul and Julia Wilson 

William and Patricia Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wimmer 

Albert G. Wing, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Wingo III 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Winn 

Mr. and Mrs. Elton E. Winskie 

Shirley Winters 

Elmer W. Wiseman 

Prances H. Witt 

Neil Witt 

P. Stanley Wittenauer 



Chester R. Wojcicki 

M.M. Wolfe 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood 

Edward L. Wood 

Pranklin Wood 

Kenneth E. Wood 

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wood 

Mary L. Woods 

Sandra L. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wood 

William E. Wood 

William H. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Prancis B. Woodburn 

Vernon W. Woodward 

Col. and Mrs. Robert G. Wooleyhan 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wooton 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Worrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Wright 

Carlton L. Wright 

Ford and Mazie Wright 

George E. Wright 

James and Doris Wright 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Wrightson 

Mr. and Mrs Walter J. Yahn 

Thurston H. Yancey 

J.W. Yanick 

Robert W. Yates 

LCDR. and Mrs. Charles H. Yeatts 

Mrs. Louise S. Yingling 

Philip P. Yosway 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Young 

George W. Young 

Mr. Harrill H. Young 

Pauline P. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Zeisler 

Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Zighelboim 

R.C. Zimmermann 




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On the loose to climb a mountain 
On the loose where I am free 
On the loose to live my life 
The way I think my life should be 
For I've only got a moment 
And a whole world left to see 
I'll be looking for tomorrow 
On the loose . . . 

There's a trail that I'll be hiking 

Just to see where it might go 

Many places yet to visit 

Many people yet to know 

So in following my dreams 

I will live and I will grow 

On the trail that's out there waiting 

On the loose . . . 

"On The Loose" 



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At last the 1978 Bluestone has gone to print. It has been a 
long year with many ups and few downs, but hopefully, the 
good times will be remembered more so than the bad. A 
yearbook doesn't just happen — there are so many people 
and hours behind each and every section. Bob — You de- 
serve so much credit for you kept all of your promises. It 
was great to never have to worry about having pictures 
whenever we needed them. Anne — You were a great as- 
sociate editor. Torie and I could never thank you enough 
for all that you did while we were student teaching. Torie 
■r <i^^fa ir^~- What can I say? You've been the best and most under- 
standing roommate and business manager anyone could 
have ever requested. To the rest of the staff — we would 
have never made it all on time without you. Special thanks 
to Kevin, Kim, Paula, Teri, Cory and Mike for all of their 
additional help. Mrs. Heath and Mrs. Harmon thanks for 
listening, letting me use your phone, and keeping me out of 
trouble. Mr. Logan — you're a great advisor, the staff hopes 
you stay with us and that we don't worry you too much. I 
would especially like to thank Susie and Rick for all their 
help on December 16. To Jim Ellis, our representative, 
thanks for being a part of the book and for letting it be our 
book. 

I hope all of you find parts of this book that really remind 
you of our first year as James Madison University. This 
book is dedicated to YOU, the people who made JMU hap- 
pen. I'm glad I was a part of it and hopefully you are too. 

Maureen Gallagher — Editor 




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Color Photo Credits: Bob Leverone — Pages; 1, 2.4 ( #3), 5 ( #1],6, 7, 8. 
10, 11, 13. 14. 134, 135, 136 ( #3), 137 ( #2. 4], 138 ( #1). 139 ( #1, 4), 
140, 141, 142. 143. Cory Bonney — Pages: 3,4 ( #1.2),5( #2), 9, 12, 15, 
136 ( #1, 2, 4), 137 ( #1, 3), 138 ( #2. 3), 139 (#2. 3). 



The 1978 Bluestone was printed by Hunter Publishing Company of 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The cover is #15080 sailcloth and 
reverse printed in brown PMS #469. The 396 pages are printed on 
Saxony (80 lb stock). Black ink is used for the body copy and the type is 
Melior. Divider pages are brown PMS #469 and the endsheets are #140. 
Our press run was 5500. Color and portrait photography was courtesy of 
Stevens Studios of Bangor, Maine. 



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