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the year student activities c o m m i t t e e / 2 0 pull/22 romeo a n d j u l i e t / 2 4 homecoming/26 nyl<erk/28 milliken/30 the m a t c h m a k e r / 3 2 vespers/34 winter c a r n i v a l / 3 6 anything g o e s / 3 8 holy w e e k / 4 0 endgame/42 may d a y / 4 4 graduation/46 current e v e n t s / 4 8


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" W e tried to provide a variety of e n t e r t a i n m e n t each w e e k e n d by having a dance or a special event, the movie, and the entertainment in

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Special SAC events included "The All-College S i n g , " " T h e Paul Revere Bicycletennial M i d n i g h t Ride," " T h e Charles A . Lindburgh Transcampus Paper A i r p l a n e Flying C o m p e t i t i o n , " a n d the premier of the movie, " O n e Day in the Life of Hope C o l l e g e . "

I FRONT R O W : Kathleen Francis, John Kingsley, Karen Sterk, G a r r y Demarest, Rob Pocock, Eileen Doyle, Barb W r i g l e y , Steve H e m e n w a y . SECOND R O W : John Stout, Dave VanderWei, Paul Hayes, JoAnn G o n d e r , Rob Thompson, Robin Law.

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sophomores dominote pull Showing the same f o r m that led them to last year's upset of the Class of ' 7 7 , the Sophomores outpulled the Freshmen in a mere one hour a n d 2 7 minutes. A l t h o u g h only seven members of this y e a r ' s t e a m w e r e h o l d o v e r s

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romeo one) juliet PROLOGUE

Rosemary N a d o l s k y

ESCALUS, PRINCE OF V E R O N A STREET V E N D O R PARIS MONTAGUE CAPULET ROMEO MERCUTIO FRIAR LAWRENCE FRIAR J O H N SAMPSON GREGORY SERVANT T O CAPULET ANTHONY

Paul Daniels G e o r g e Spelvino Paul Burmeister Robert N i e d t G e o r g e Ralph W i l l i a m Tewinkle

Eugene Taylor Sutton Harry Peter Caramanos Paul Shoun Michael Smit Russ Kupfrian Susan M o o r e d Jack Hill

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G a r y V a n Der W e g e

ABRAM

Johnathan Smeenge

BALTHASAR THE APOTHECARY THE M U S I C I A N S

Russell Curtis G e o r g e Spelvin Laurie A n d r e a Paula Archer

PAGE TO THE PRINCE LADY M O N T A G U E LADY CAPULET JULIET

Richard McAllister Joan Rieck Cindy Clair Beverly Kerlikowske

NURSE

Dixie Fair

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A m y Mills

THE W A T C H M A N THE PRINCE'S MISTRESS

Paul Shoun Louis Maassen

DANCERS AT THE CAPULET PARTY . . A n n a M a r i e D'Ambrosio Lynne Jennings Carolyn McCall G r a c e Tannehill Russ Kupfrian Michael Smit Russell Curtis PaulShoun

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1. Lynn H a m b l e t o n a n d Tom Carlson. 2. Pat Muyskens and D w a y n e Boyce. 3. Sue Dirkse a n d Tom Page. 4 . Meri Shima a n d Keith Zilinski. 5. Sherry Visscher a n d M a r k Baeverstad. 6. Peggy Zevalkink and D o u g H o o g e r h y d e . 7. A n n e Corbishley a n d Jim H o l w e r d a . 8. Rosemary N a d o l s k y .

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Homecoming, their

fourteenth straight Homecoming victory. H a l f t i m e festivities were highlighted by the crowning of Senior Lynn

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D w a y n e Boyce as queen a n d king. H a l f t i m e also f e a t u r e d a perf o r m a n c e by the Hope C o l l e g e " M a r c h i n g B a n d , " and the presentation of the academic trophies to the Acadians a n d Delta Phis. The festivities concluded with the dance, featuring " E l d o r a d o Rose."


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milliken receives degree

In a special convocation held in Dimnent Chapel November

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G o v e r n o r W i l l i a m Milliken received an H o n o r a r y D o c t o r of H u m a n e Letters degree. " G o v e r n o r Milliken received his d e g r e e f o r his i n t e r e s t , s u p p o r t , a n d participation in higher education, for his a p p r e c i a t i o n a n d sympathetic concern for y o u n g p e o p l e , a n d for his commitment to excellence in education in the context of values, culture, a n d the totality of l i f e , " commented President G o r d o n Van Wylen. F o l l o w i n g the c o n v o c a t i o n , a special luncheon was held in Durfee Cafeteria, with the G o v e r n o r entertaining questions f r o m those present.

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I cannot tell y o u how very pleased a n d h o w very, very honored I a m to be here as y o u r convocation speaker this morning, a n d to have been selected to receive a n h o n o r a r y Doctor of Humane Letters degree f r o m H o p e College. I k n o w that I need not tell any of you here of the distinguished reputation which this really fine liberal arts college has, obviously not only in the state of M i c h i g a n , but throughout the entire country. A n d it is a particular honor a n d a pleasure for me to have the o p p o r t u n i t y to a p p e a r before you t o d a y . I always enjoy visiting college campuses, because they are g r e a t repositories of learning. H a r v a r d President A . Lawrence Lowell once e x p l a i n e d this tradition by saying, "Universities are full of k n o w l e d g e . The freshmen bring a little in, the seniors take none a w a y , so k n o w l e d g e accumulates. This may perhaps be drollery, but there may be some accuracy in that statement as well. A n d I think it's a n interesting notion, nevertheless. W h e n I was invited to speak here t o d a y , some time a g o , I was t o l d that this might be a g o o d opportunity for H o p e students to hear directly from the G o v e r n o r the issues w e face t o d a y a n d the opportunities for y o u n g people to be involved in the mainstream of national life. That's a rather b r o a d topic. But I think there is something very specific which I can say a b o u t it, something that has to d o with w h a t you all are doing here at a small, distinguished, privately s u p p o r t e d liberal arts college. The issues we face t o d a y as a state a n d a nation are incredibly, almost impossibly complex. W e all r e a d the newspapers a n d watch televised news reports a n d we all k n o w w h a t those issues are. As British member of Parliament M a r g a r e t Thatcher said, in a recent speech in W a s h i n g t o n before the N a t i o n a l Press Club, W e are in the midst of a struggle for human dignity a n d for the human spirit." Never b e f o r e in the 2 0 0 - y e a r history of this nation, a n d p r o b a b l y not in the 1 200year history of Mrs. Thatcher's n a t i o n , have the forces that o p p o s e our mutual constitutional system of f r e e d o m under law been stronger. Never before has the challenge f r o m governments w h o negate human dignity, w h o oppose a governmental a n d economic system based upon individual choice been so g r e a t . I agree with Mrs. Thatcher w h e n she said, " I t is not the job of a n y politican to offer people salvation.

But nations a n d states have to be

governed. So w h a t is it exactly that w e in g o v e r n m e n t can o f f e r to justify that authority that is given to us by our constituents? Let me quote statesman Edmund Burke w h o said in a speech in 1 7 7 4 , " Y o u r representative owes you not his industry only, but his judgement. " That is as simple and accurate a description of the role of g o v e r n m e n t officials as I have ever come across. It is our job to provide g o o d judgement as we make the infinite number of small a n d large decisions necessary to the p e r f o r m a n c e of our constitutional responsibility. If you are seeking a career in g o v e r n m e n t , y o u m a y ask " W h e r e d o I g o to get g o o d judgement? M y answer to the students of Hope College is, " Y o u are a l r e a d y t h e r e . " I believe that a g o o d , generalized liberal arts education is the very best f o u n d a t i o n upon which to build a career in government or any career, for that matter. It may seem p a r a d o x i c a l , but as the w o r l d becomes more c o m p l e x , I'm saying that we in fact need more generalists. But that is exactly the case, I think. There is a very great o p p o r t u n i t y for y o u n g men a n d w o m e n like those in this audience t o d a y to become involved in the mainstream of national life. W e need your vision, your idealism, your g o o d judgement of what this nation should become in its third century. It's easy, I k n o w , to become cynical a b o u t g o v e r n m e n t , especially t o d a y . You have seen a President resign in disgrace, a n d many of his close advisors convicted of crimes. You have seen A m e r i c a persistently w a g e a tragic a n d horribly wasteful w a r . You've seen many institutions misused. But as John G a r d e n e r w r o t e in his b o o k , " S e l f R e n e w a l , " a m o o d of wise a n d w e a r y disenchantment may seen w o n d e r f u l l y mature, but it does not account f o r much of the g r o w t h a n d movement, a n d vital action in the w o r l d . The capacity of our people to believe stubbornly a n d irrepressibly that this is a w o r l d w o r t h saving, a n d that intelligence a n d energy a n d g o o d will might save it, is one of the most enduring a n d bracing of A m e r i c a n traits. BHBk • ..i u My former teacher, the late W h i t n e y G r i s w o l d w h o became president of Yale University, w r o t e an exciting book entitled Liberal bducation A n d The Democratic I d e a l . " I'm g o i n g to q u o t e f r o m that b o o k , t o o , but even before I d o , perhaps I have made the author s point just by noting the title, " L i b e r a l Education A n d The Democratic I d e a l . " It was out of the liberally educated mind that the democratic ideal was born, and it is the responsibility of the liberally educated mind t o d a y t o understand to preserve that ideal. In his book Mr. G r i s w o l d w r o t e , "The ideal of the liberal e d u c a t i o n lies at the very roots of A m e r i c a n History. For centuries this t y p e of education has been esteemed throughout Western civilization as the education of the ideal citizen. But the political a n d social structure o f that civilization h a d den.ed access to such an education to all but a privileged few. The educational rout to ideal citizenship should be o p e n to all w h o were able to travel it. Such was the educational philosophy of the founders of our c o u n t r y . " He also said that there is no country that owes so much of its existence to liberal education as the United States. Certainly w e need, a n d w e need very b a d l y our highly specialized professionals to help us combat economic instability, energy dependency, w o r l d hunger a n d the many diseases that continue to p l a g u e us. But w h a t w o u l d a nation or a w o r l d that has solved those problems be, if it h a d f a i l e d to preserve the democratic ideals of Truth a n d Beauty a n d the states of mind that these ideals imply: that we are all created e q u a l , that inhumanity, racism, a n d abuse of our natural w o r l d is w r o n g , that the only w a y w e can all live together, and that each one of us has a responsibility to believe in a n d to w o r k for the c o m m o n g o o d ? Those are Democratic ideals, ideals which are best grasped by the liberally educated mind. In m a n y totalitarian societies, a liberal education is considered wasteful a n d is discouraged. It is not coincidental that these societies are d r a b , even t h o u g h they may be technologically successful. It is not coincidental that there is a part of the human mind that rebels against this drabness to this lack of f r e e d o m a n d of governmental compassion for the individual. It is not coincidental that these societies f i n d they must erect walls a r o u n d them: not to keep the rest o f us o u t , but to keep their o w n citizens in. It must be obvious to the leaders of these societies, that given the chance, their citizens w o u l d choose our culture, not their The french writer a n d e d u c a t o r , August DuCloise, in an article in the " M o d e r n Language J o u r n a l " of January, 1 9 3 5 , p r o v i d e d a definition of what a liberal arts education is all a b o u t . In an article entitled " T h e French conception of e d u c a t i o n / ' he w r o t e Perhaps the best definition w o u l d be to say that culture is w h a t remains w h e n y o u have f o r g o t t e n e v e r y t h i n g . " W h a t is it that remains. M a n y things. The unaer standing, quickened, a n d d e e p e n e d , a b r e a d t h of o u t l o o k catholicity of sympathies, a refinement of feeling, a sense of measure, a modesty of judgement, a critical habit of m i n d , that habit of taking nothing for g r a n t e d , of thinking for one s self, that hab.t which is the very sou o liberty, the habit of sincere, unbiased a p p r o a c h to any p r o b l e m a n d of the u n d a u n t e d pursuit of its ultimate solution in a real scientific spin . A proper and a b a l a n c e d conception of the various uses of life of its graces as well as its utilities. Those are some of the thmgs that remain, some of the elements of that full a n d r o u n d e d life for which w e endeavor to prepare our students. . . . W h e n I am asked to discuss the i m p o r t a n t issues that face us t o d a y , I like to say that there are many problems o f the moment, as there always have been, as there always will be. But there is only one basic issue: W i l l this nation continue to produce the kind of men a n d w o m e n who f o u n d e d it, men and w o m e n of vision, of great idealism, a n d of great judgment? If the answer is yes, a n d I think the answer is yes, en we will continue to endure. W e will continue to prevail in the struggle for human dignity a n d the human dignity a n d the human spin . — Governor William G. Milliken November 13, 1975


the motchmoker DOLLY LEVI Dixie Fair HORACE VANDERGELDER . . . . H a r r y Caramanos CORNELIAS HACKL Jeff W i g g i n s BARNABY TUCKER Bill Lawson IRENE M O L L O Y Kathy Cornell M I N N I E FAY A m y Mills AMBROSE KEMPER Dean C a m p i o n e ERMENGARDE G r a c e Tannehill Paul Shoun AAALACHI STACK JOE S C A N L O N Kurt G u b i t z WAITERS Eugene Sutton Russ Kufrian GERTRUDE Sue M o o r e d FLORA V A N HUIZEN Joan Rieck CABMAN Robert N e i d t COOK Lynn M o n t g o m e r y


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In the spirit of our nation's bicentennial c e l e b r a t i o n , the Student Activities Committee chose the Winter Carnival theme " 1 7 7 6 : H a p p y Birthday, A m e r i c a . "

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anything goes RENO SWEENY

Lynn Berry

BILLY CROCKER

Richie Hoehler

MOONFACE HOPE BONNIE SIR EVELYN MRS. HARCOURT WHITNEY REPORTER CAMERAMAN BISHOP

Dave James Beverly Kerlikowske Paula Archer Harry C a r a m a n o s Sarah K o e p p e Paul Shoun Phil M c C u l l o u g h Russ Kupfrian Jack Hill

T W O CHINESE: LING CHING

W e n d y Smith Lois M c C o n n e l l

FOUR A N G E L S : PURITY CHASTITY CHARITY VIRTUE PURSER CAPTAIN STEWARDS

G l e n n y c e Russcher Kristi Droppers J o a n Rieck A m y Mills Bill Lawson Jim Lampert Dean C a m p i o n e Russell Curtis Robert Eraser Russ Kupfrian Michael Smit John W h e e l e r

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Lindsay Daly Patricia Bates Lynne Jennings C a r o l y n McCall Phil M c C u l l o u g h

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students celebrate resurrection

Beginning with a Palm Sunday Service and ending with an Easter Sunrise Service, the Hope community celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ f r o m the d e a d . Class schedules w e r e c h a n g e d to a l l o w for morning chapel services, with area ministers delivering the messages a n d various groups providing special music. A M a u n d y Thursday Communion Service was held a l o n g with a three d a y prayer vigil.

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c r o w n i n g of the q u e e n a n d the events at V a n Raalte Field. Junior W e n d y G r e e n w o o d was c r o w n e d queen while Juniors Ruth Barthel, Cindy Bere, Lisa Hermenet, Brenda Lambrix, Sue V a n Dellen, and A m y W a r d were n a m e d to the Court. In the Track M e e t , the Indies captured first while the Delphis w o n in Softball. Providing the Thursday night entertainment was " T h e Star Spangled W a s h b o a r d B a n d . " Featured in the a n n u a l dance in the Ballroom was " U n i v e r s e . "

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4 3 5 Hope students received their d e g r e e s d u r i n g the o n e - h u n d r e d eleventh annual Commencement Exercises held in the H o l l a n d Civic Center M a y 9. D e l i v e r i n g the C o m m e n c e m e n t Address was Dean for the Performing a n d Fine Arts a n d Professor of Theatre James M a l c o l m . Judson V a n W y k received an h o n o r a r y Doctor of Science degree for his work as a researcher a n d teacher. Earlier in the d a y , Reverend John Stott delivered the Baccalaureate Address, entitled, " T h e M a r k s of Christian Leadership." President G o r d o n Van W y l e n presided over the service. Professor Lambert Ponstein was the liturgist.

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Steven A l k e m a Janet A n d e r s o n Sven A n d e r s o n Chris A t w o o d

N a n c y Ball D e b o r a h Baraski Ellen B a r k e r M a r i l e e Bartels

Diane Batey Lynn B a u e r Brenda Bearman N a n c y Bennett

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Karen Bergen Steven Berger Sue B e r g e r J a c k l y n n Billups

Karen Billow L y n n e Blair

Cheryl Blodgett Dirk B l a e m e n d a i l

Barb B o b e n g Lucinda Boelens

S u s a n Boers Jerry Boose Kc e n Bosch J a m e s Boss

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Steve B o u m a n M a r y Bras K a t h y Brinks D o n a l d Broene

Barbara Brown John Brown

Ronald Brown Stephen Bruggers

Kim Buckley Robert Buikema

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Jame Churchill

Mary Claerbout

Cindy Clair Cynthia Clark Christine Clemmens Elizabeth Collins

Carol Cook Jeffery Cook Duane Cowall Deborah Cox

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Catherine Greet N a n c y Crittenden N a n c y Crysler Don Davis

Peg D e B o w Elizabeth Decker

Robert Deenik David De Kuiper

Lorraine De M a t t L y n n e D e Pree D e b r a De W e e r d t V i r g i n i a Dick

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James Diephuis Kay Dimon Helen Dingwall Nancy Ditmar

Tom Daerr Renato D o n a t e

Leslie D o s c h e r David Dunning

Patti D w y e r Susan D z u r i n a Eric E n d e a n Forrest Evans

K a r e n Evans M i a Fagerstrom Elaine Faustman Ruben Ferrol

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James G a r m i r i a n Gretchen Geldmaker

David Gerber Jerry G i e r m a n n

Laurie G i l l e t t e Richard Gillette David Goetz Martha Goetz

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June Johansen Paul J o h n s o n

Ricki J o h n s o n Judy K a m m e r a a d

Leah Katt M o h a m m a d Ali Kiani Esfandier Kiany Dave Kieffer

Beverly Kinoshita Joan Klassing Walter Kniowski James Kobus

seniors / 6 1


Kathy Kolenko Larry Koops Kathleen Korstange Linda Kovacs

Lynne Kurzenberger Kenneth Kutzleb

Jan Laman Nancy Lambert

Craig Lammers G e o r g e Latzanich P e g g y Lee M a r k Lind

D a v i d Litts K a y Litts R a l p h Lohr Ray L a k e r s

6 2 / seniors


J a n e t Loveless August Lukow Janet Lupkes Jeffrey M a a t m a n

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Roger M a i t l a n d Michael Major

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Debra Makely Rico M a r t i n u s

M a h o o d Masghati Carol Mast Diane M c C a b e Nancy McCallum

Mark McCullough Laura M c M u l l i n James Miller William Moreau

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John Morehouse Barbara M o u w David Mulder Mara Mulder

Timothy Mulder

il Patricia M u y s k e n s

Ruth M u y s k e n s

Ann Nathery Ursula N e b l u n g Nancy Newton Gary Nieuwsma

6 4 / seniors


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Rebekah N o r d e n Susan N o r t h u i s Carol Nykerk Norma Obrien

Emily O n d r a Tom Page T o m a s Paichl D o u g l a s Paine

Janet Parker Joe Pedelty

Katherine Peterson

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N a n c y Pickell

Lisa Pifer N a n c y Ponstein L i n w o o d Price Roger P r i n d l e

seniors / 6 5

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Peter P r u i m Sherwood Quiring Sondie Roiney Chris R o m s d e n

Marilyn Rathbun M a r y A n n Reed

Dale Remmelts M a r y Remtema

D a v i d Rhem L y n d a Rice Kurt Richardson Susan Riebel

A % Susan Rieckhoff M a r i l y n Riedlinger Jim Ritcheske Carol Rummler

6 6 / seniors

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P a t r i c i a Russel Diane Sanfard Paul S a x t a n James Schmidt

Stuart Scholl Charles Schreck Philip S c h u i l i n g Selwyn Schultz

T h o m a s Seel

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Jim S e l b a c h

Susan Shepley Meri Shima Louise S h o e m a k e r Paul S h o u n

seniors / 6 7


D w i g h t Slater M a r k Sligh James Sloan Barbra Smith

Rich S m i t h

Terry South

Sally Sprague

Barbra Springer James Stegenga G o r d o n Sterling John Stoup

6 8 / seniors

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Karen Strock D e b o r a h Sturtevant Eugene Sutton Margaret Swanson

G l e n Swier Rick S w i t z e r

Joy T a n g e n b e r g Russel T e n p a s

Paul T i m m e r Barb T r e a d w e l l

Nancy Tramp H e n r y Tsoi Ben T u b e r g e n Robert U r b a n

seniors / 6 9


Debbie Van Alten David Van Appiedarn Craig V a n Assen M a r y V a n d e Bunte

Jan V a n d e n Berg L i n d a V a n d e n Berg

\ M a r g a r e t V a n d e n Berg M i c h a e l V a n d e n Berg

Gretchen Vander Klipp Craig V a n d e r Kolk

iFzr James Vander Meer Craig Vander Molen Martha Van Van Dap Jane Van Dyke

70 / seniors


Jill V a n D y k e Donald Van Dyken David Vander Haar Jerrianna V a n Gessel

T i m o t h y V a n Heest

Susan V a n H o u t e n

Faith V a n H a v e n James V a n Nice K a t h l e e n V a n Pelt D a n i e l V a n Pernis

Craig V a n Tuinen Sandra Van W y k Bob Verduin Susan Vincent

seniors / 7 1


B a r b a r a Vis Dirk V o o r h e e s Robert V r o o m a n Allison W e a r

Brad W e h n e r

William Weller

Janet W e r t z

Tom Westervelt Rich W h e e l e r Christine W h i t e Joann Whitefleet

7 2 / seniors


David Whitehouse Marc Whitlock David Whritenour Kerry Wiessmann

David Wiest Jim W i l d g e n Lenann Williams Lorma Williams

Kimberly Wilson Laura W i n g e i e r Scott Wissink Mary Witty

Bob W o o d Gregory Wortley Barbara Wrigley Hideo Yamazaki

D a n Luke Y o u n g Kim Zylstra Sherry Zylstra Steve Z y l s t r a

seniors / 7 3

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juniors Gary Anderson Penny A n t o n a k Luann A t h e y Therese A z k o u l M i r i a m Baar Kathryn Babinski

Becky B a d m a n David Baker Susan Baker Steven Bakker Thomas Barkes D a v i d Bartels

Jennifer Bartels Ruth B a r t h e l Catherine Beahm A n d y Begley G o r d o n Benes C i n d y Bere

W a r r e n Berens A l a n Besselsen Craig Beven Jerry Bevington C i n d y Blair G e o r g e Blaske

Daniel Blauw David Blauw G r e g Bliss Kristin B o e l e n s Barbara Boer m a n Betsy B o e r s m a

P h i l i p Bosch D w a y n e Boyce John Bradford Jeffrey Bremer Peter Brink Mark Brown

7 4 / juniors


M i c h a e l Bueter Kathryn Burford Lisa B u r g e r M a r v Burgess Gregory Caskey Suzanne Champagne

Jane C h a p m a n Terry Chackley

David Cochrane Robert Collins

Diane Conklin Carol Cook

Judy Cook Rodger C r a m Ann Crandall Keith Czerkas Mary Dolman David DeBlock

G w e n DeBoer Bill D e c k e r Ramelle Decker M a r y Delene Becky D e n h a m V a l e r i e Denis

Paul D e W e e s e Julie D e W i t t Paul D e Y o u n g Sue D i c k s o n Sue Dirkse Rhonda Driesenga

juniors / 7 5


Jeanette Duncan Thomas Dykstra William Dyrsten Martin Edema Diane Eldridge M a r y Elhart

Stephen Eliasan D e b o r a h Ellison Betsy E m d i n D a w n Erickson S t e v e Faas Jorge Fernandez

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Faith Fishman Joan Forsberg J o e l l e n Foster Kenneth Fowler Paul F r a n c e Maria Gomez

Diane G n a d e

Kay Gouwens

Therese G r a h a m . Gayle Greenhalgh Wendy Greenwood Melody Hamstra M a r y Harmelink Kenneth Hasek

Kristin Hendrickson Lisa H e r m e n e t J i m Hess Rachel Hesselink Peggy Hierlihy Rose H i g g n s

7 6 / juniors


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J o h n Hill J a m e s Mines D a w n Hire Richard Haeksema Michael Hong Micheal Hooker

M a r y Hospers M a r k Itzen

Deborah Kalkwarf Linda Kamps

Noriko Katsube Elizabeth K a u f m a n Arthur Kerle A h m a d Khamsi Daniel Kiel John Kleinert

Loren Kleis Patricia Klungle Marsha Knaup Karen Knudson Sara Koeppe M a r y Kolean

M y r a Koops Paul K r a g t M a r y Kroon Kris K r o p f Michael Lampen Michael Land

Jane Leedecke Robin Lemmer Jill L e o n o w i c h Jean Lightowler Richrd L i p p Kenneth Lobb

juniors / 7 7

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Phillip L o h m a n Diane Lowe Peter M a a s s e n Sally M a r e m a

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Debbie Markwardt Jim M a r t i n

Valorie Martinie William Mclntyre

John M c M u r t r y Sandra Meeter

Dorothea M e g o w Bill M e l v i l l e

Jeffrey Meyer Edwina Miller Mark Moerland Lou A n n M o h r Peter M o r s e Robert M o t z e r

Barton Neckers Susan Nelson Beth N e u m e i e r Edward Newcomb Eric N i e w o e h n e r Sara Norris

Denise N u n e z Jean Nyhuis Ikuko O k a d a John O l d e n k a m p Shirley Olsen Allan Olthoff

7 8 / juniors

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Deb Osterink Tammy Ott Charles O t t o Russel P a a r l b e r g M a r g a r e t Patterson Donald Penniman

G r e g o r y Peterson N a n c y Petroelje John Petrovich Leslie Pett N e d Pfeiffer Nicole Piaget

Robert Pocock Joseph Policoro J o n Post

Ron Potter Virginia Power M a r k Preston

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Lynn Rafferty Arthur Ramthun

C l a u d e a Rice T o m Richards Michael Ringleberg

Steve Rogers David Rynbrant Ed S c h m i d t Marie Sherburne Karen Sikkema Thomas Sima

juniors / 7 9

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G r e g o r y Sims John Sloan Lori S l o o t h a a k Earl S l o t m a n David Smazik M a r k Smircina

David Smith John Smith Terri S m i t h LeeAnn Soodsma Kim Spalsbury Sherman Sprik

M a r y Stool Geoffrey Stagg

Debra Stanford Lucy Stites

Blair S w e e t Nancy Swinyard

Bee C h i n T a n D a v i d Teater

Lewis T e n H a v e M a u r i e Terpstra Tony Terracciano Lynn T h o m a s Glenn Toren Brent U p c h u r c h

8 0 / juniors

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Agnes Urquhart Michael Valerie J a n e V a n d e Bunte Susan V a n Dellen Carol Vandenberg M a r y V a n d e n Berg

Jim V a n d e r L a a n Rick V a n d e r M e u l e n Gary Vander Wege S u s a n V a n Dis Philip V a n D a p J a m e s V a n Ess

Mike Van Hemert M a r k V a n Lummel Linda V a n Partfliet Debra Van Sweden

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Steve V a n W y l e n Craig Van Zanten Brad V a n Zyl S t e v e Visscher Marian Voetberg M a r y Voskuil

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Susan W o l k o t t e n Rick W a l t e r s Amy Ward Glen W a r n Jeff W a t e r s t o n e Debra Williams

Steve W i l l i a m s Valerie Winslow Larry Wisner Abigail W o o d b y Mark Woodworth Christine W o u d w y k

Phek H w e e Y e n Jennifer Y e o m a n s Suzy Zender Ellen Z i e g l e r K e i t h Zilinski M a r y Zoet

juniors / 81


sophomores Sharon Adcock Susan A h l g r i m Tim A l i c k i Phyllis A t h e y John Atkins Mary Aufderheide

Jim A u s e m a C o r a Baas M a r k Baeverstad Garth Baldauf Rebecca Balok Priscilla B a r t e l s

Ram Barton W a n a d a Baxter Cheryl Beak David Beard K e i t h Beck James Bedor

Tim Bennet Bill B e r g s t r o m Katherine Beuker Eleonore Bijkersma Stephen Bishop Kathy Bjorklund

D a v e Blasch A l y s o n Blue M a r l i n Boer M a r k Boers Robin Boersema J e f f Boes

Lee A n n Bos T e r r y Bosch B r a d Base D a l e Boss Robert Bowers Brian Bradley

82 / sophomores

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J a n e t Brock James Bruggink M a r y Bruins S a l l y Brumels Thomas Bultman Micheal Brugen

Sandra Burke D o u g l a s Burns D i a n e Bussema Nancy Campbell N a n c y Clair Kevin Clark

Lianne C l a v e r John Clough Mark Conte Anne Corbishley Mary Coughenour Christine C o v i n o

3 Katherine Crimp David Crisman

J a n e t Cross Lois C r o u n c e

Dennis C u p e r y Lynn C u t i Anna D'Ambrosio Dan Darber Beth D a u b e n s p e c k Barbara Davis

Cheryl Day William Debo Douglas DeBoer Adelia Decker Marylynn DeGraaf Jack D e k k e r

sophomores / 8 3


Robert Delaney Douglas Deleeuw Joseph Dellaria Blythe D e n h a m David DePree N a n c y DePree

D r e w Deters Joel DeVette Jan D e W e e r t Gail DeWitt Donald DeYoung Peter D e Y o u n g

Robert D e Y o u n g Kenneth Dibi Emily Dickerson Carol Donahue Debbie Doran Eileen D o y l e

Mike Drahos Judy Dunlap Peter D u s s a u l t Scott D w y e r Jeffery Dykehouse James Dykstra

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Kris D y k s t r a Paula Dykstra

Suanne Dykstra G a l e Easton

Lucy E b e r h a r d Kim Edgel J o a n n a Eilers D o n a l d Elferink D o n n a Elferink S a n d y Faasse

84 / sophomores


Debbie Failing Bonnie Finkle Charita Ford Kathryn Forman David Fowler G l e n n Freisatz

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Jan Gabriel Carlo Gainforth

Sara G a y l o r d Mary Grant

Barb G r e e t i n g Laurie G r i f f e n G r e g Gurtler Brian G u t h Ruth H a k k e n Gail Haldman

Todd Harburn Bill H a r r i s o n Peggy Hart Karen Hartje Jon Hash Sylvia H a u g

Paul H a y e s Vicki H e d l u n d Brad Helmus A m y Henrickson Bruce H e r m a n Elaine H i l d e b r a n d

Brian H i p w e l l Louis H o e k s t r a Deborah Hoffman Jim H o l w e r d a Douglas Hoegerhyde Steve H o o k

sophomores / 85


David Hoos Jim Horn Lori H o s t e t l e r Paula Houghton Kathy Housman Jim H o w a r d

John Hunt

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D o u g l a s Irons Jocelyn Johnson Nancy Johnson Tom Johnson M a r k Keith Thomas Kempers

Alan Kieda Brad Kirk Amy Klapp Marky Klapthor Tharlo Klaver Randy Kleiman

Sharon Kooistra John Kostishak Linda K r a a y David Kragt Herbert Kraker Cheryl Kremer

Dick K r u e g e r D o n a l d Kuipers Kathryn Kuivila Jane Kuizenga Jim Laman Diane Lane

86 / sophomores

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Robert Laning M a r k Leenhouts Sarah Lehmann Nancy Leonhardt Jill L a w m a n Peggy Lubbers

D e b r a Lupkes A m y Lusky Diana Lutterbein Debra Maatman Paula MacBeth Nancy MacKinnan

Phil M a g e e Peter M a n t i n g Margaret Mapps Katherine Martin Wendy Martin Kathy Mason

Marsh Mast Ken M a x w e l l Richard McAllister

Rob M c B r i d e Lois M c C o n n e l l Joyce McDermid

Karen McElban Maria McMullin Charles M c O s k e r

Micheal McPoland Sally Jo M e a d o r Molly Mears

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Timothy M e r v a k Janice M i d d l e t o n Sharon Mill

sophomores / 8 7


Roger Miller Mary Moeller Kari M o e r l a n d George Moger Barbara Moolenaar Deborah Mulcahey

Jody Mutschler Paul M u y s k e n s Charles M y a a r d

Marcia Myaard Robert N a m a r Gretchen Nelson

Anthony Nieuwkoop D e b o r a h Nitsch Gail Norenberg

Nancy Noordhoff Martha Norden Ann Northuis Gary Oegema G a r y Oster Paul Otterness

Laurie O v e r t o n Susan O v e r w a y J e f f e r y Palmer Jeffery Parker Carol Patterson C a r o l Petrie

P a u l Pettys Alicia Piersma Bruce Pifer Scott Pontier Robin Pope A n n e Powell

88 / sophomores

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L i n d a Pyle Natalie Quiring Julie R a a b e G a r y Rae G a r y Ramsden M a r t h a Ratering

K i m Renskers K i m Risser S a n d y Ritchie Bart Rizza Eric Rollins D i a n e Raush

G a y e Rudis Ed R y a n Rebecca Salgat Sheila Sawyer Meral Saylar Jeffrey Schaffer

John Scholten Daryl Scholtens

John Schrier David Schroeder

Pamela Schuch Thomas Seiberling Charles Seifert D o r i e Shier Don Shippy Fern S h o e m a k e r

Kathleen Shoemaker Michael Skelton Rae A n n e S l o n e M i c h a e l Smit Craig Smith Daniel Smith

sophomores / 89


Jeff Smith Raymond Smith Robin Snow Maria Sorrentino Dave Soubly Brian Stauffer

Paul Stears Kim Stevens Beth S t e w a r t

Ruth S t o e p k e r Colleen Stowe Kathleen Stratton

Marjorie Suydam V a n e s s a Tait Yuji T a k h r a d a

Kathleen Tatz Paul Toth Robert V a c a Mark Van Arendonk Dale Van Dahm D o u g V a n d e n Berg

M a r c i a V a n d e n Berg Ron V a n d e r Beck Rick V a n d e r Bie John Vander Kolk Joan Vander Kooi D a v e V a n d e r Pol

K a r e n V a n d e r Roest S a n d y V a n d e r Roest W e s l e y V a n d e r Streek Deb Vander Velde Eric V a n d e r Y a c h t John V a n d e W a a

9 0 / sophomores


Leslie V a n D o p W a y n e Van Dyke Daniel V a n Eerden R i c h a r d V a n Hassel G r e g V a n Heest Cornelius V a n K e m p e n

Kerry V a n Keulen M a r y b e t h V a n Pernis J a n e V a n Reenen Marilyn Van W y k John Van Zanten Donald Veenstra

Vicki Viening Sheryl Vincent S h e r r y Visscher V i c k i Visscher Ross V l i e t s t r a Sheryl Vos

Marianne Walck Mary Wernette David Watkins Suzanne Watterson Julie W e a v e r Bill W e b s t e r

Randy W e e n e r Sandy Wells Kathy Wettack Donald White Jonathan Whitney Larry W i l d s c h u t

Bob Williams Kim Williams Noel Wing David Wissink Michael W o j d a Karen W o l d m a n

Richard W o l f Carol Wormmeester Vicki Yankovich Janet Young Shirley Y z e n b a a r d D a v e Zessin

sophomores / 91


freshmen Gaye Aardema William Aardema John A b e Beth A c k e r m a n Robert Acri Brian A k k e r

Clifford Amels Carol Anderson Michelle Anderson Robert A n g l e Paul A n k e r Barbara Atkinson

Duane Babinski D o n n a Baird Robert Baker Casandra Ballard Peter B a r r y P a t r i c i a Bates

Annie Baudiment Jeff Beckeman E l i z a b e t h Becker Kurt Beereboon Barbara Bergold A u d r e y Bergsma

N a n e t t e Bian B r a d f o r d Bingel Ellen B l a u w J a y n e Blemly Holly Boehl M a r k Boelkins

Jane Boeve Robert Boeve Shirley Bolhouse Pat B o n g o Cris B o o n Bruce Bos

9 2 / freshmen


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Richard Bosch G a y l e Boss Lisa B o t t e m a Celaine Bouma David Boundy D a v i d Brines

John Broadbent Becky B r o o k s t r a Milton Brouwer D e b r a Bruininks M a r s h a l l Bryant Eric B u c k l e y

G e o r g e Burbach C a r o l Burge C h e r y l Burke

Sheri B u r k h a r t Michele Burley Paul Burmeister

Jan Burroughs B a r b Bush Paul B u s m a n

Sandy Busman Lynn Butcher D a n i e l Butler

L a w r e n c e Byl Margarita Cardoner Marybeth Carlstrom Martha Carson Kevin C a v a n a u g h Carol Cellura

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Jeffrey Chapman Chunin Chen Mark Chockley Julie C h o d o s Stan Christofferson Randall Clark

Jill C l e g g Beth C l i n k e n b e a r d

Colleen Cochran Gretchen Coffill

Brenda Conklin Mark Cook

Cathy Cox Stephen D a d d Paul D a n i e l s Mary Dannenberg Ann Davenport Harold Delhagen

Cheryl De M a a g d Carlo Denton Jo-Dea Den Uyl Robert De Vlieger Jeff De Vree Carol De W a a r d

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Christopher De W i t t D i a n e De Y o u n g Dirk De Y o u n g Lila D i e m e r Steve D i g g l e m a n Henry Dolley

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Norman Donkersloot Katherine Douglas Michael Doyly Barbara Drake Joy Dulmes Bill D y k e m a

L a u r a Earle Bonda Edwards G e o r g e Elias Michael Engelhardt Jan Ergenzinger Jodi Essenburg

T e r r y Poles Richard Farkas

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J e f f r e y Feenstra W e n d y Fenn

Bonnie Ferguson 3 l e n n Fiala

Andrews Fierro Deborah Fingar

M a r y Flanagan Richard Foreman W a y n e France Lily Frasch J a m e s French P a t r i c i a Frey

freshmen / 9 5


A n n e Fries Susan G e b h a r t Debra Gehrig Scott Gensemer Deborah Gerber Susan G i b b s

Jerry Gilbert Sally G i l m a n Ken G i l m o r e Robert Glover Don Goeman Rodney Griswold

Debbie Grochowski Reinhold Grosse William Gulu

Derrick H a g e r Susan Hale G o r d o n Hallenbeck

Willie Hardy Ronald Heiby C a t h e r i n e Heise

Lauren Hellstrom Thomas Henkel Bruce H i l t o n

Margot Hoeksema Renze H o e k s e m a John Hoekstra Lucinda H o f f m a n Ann Holthouse Colleen Howitt

9 6 / freshmen


Michael Huizenga M a r k Hulsebos Pat H u r f o r d Steve J e l e n s p e r g e r Calvin Jellema Sandra Jenkins

David Johnson Jeanne Johnson

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Joanne Jones Carolyn Jousma D e a n Jurik Sue K a l l e m y n David Kammeraad Alice Kane

Melodie Kawalski Betsy K e e d l e Sandy Kelly Deborah Kenbeek Heather King Pom Kirby

Larry Kirk Randal Klasing Cindy Klassen R e b e c c a Kleis Stephen Klem Laurie Kloosterhouse

Donna Kocher Janice Koorstra Sheryl Kornoelje Peter K r e b s a c h Lauri K r e m e r s Beth L a m b e r s

freshmen / 9 7


Nancy Lampman J o h n Lane Lisa Lane Thomas Langejans Phillip Larink D i a n e Laslo

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Carol Learned

David Leenhouts

Mileah Lemmen Thomas Lennox Bill L e o n h a r d B a r b a r a Lievense Tim Lont M a r g a r e t Lorince

Diane Lound S h a w n Lovett Patricia Lubbers G r e g o r y Lundie Michele Mainwaring Larry M a n n i n o

Paul M a r t e n s Nancy Martin Timothy Martin Kristina M a r t i n e z Andrea Mast Pom M a t t h e w s

9 8 / freshmen

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Tom M a y s Laura McAllister Carolyn McCall Lawrence Mcintosh Mary McKie Matthew McNally

Sue M c N e a l Cindy M c O w e n Lori M e d e m a Linda M e e u w s e n Debbie Miller Jacquelyn Miller

Mimi Miller Tom Miller Ann Miner Robin Mitsos Marie Montanari Kyle M o r r o n e

Timothy M o r t o n Noreen Mujeni Greg Murphy

Isaac M y e r s Tim N a p i e r Jam's N e l s o n

Jill N i h a r t Jerry N o p p e r t Margaret Norby

Kim Norris Karen Nyenhuis Sara O'Brian Karen Okker Maureen Olsen Mark Ongley

freshmen / 9 9


Melissa Ortquist Daniel Oster Judith Page Kent Pagel Thomas Palmatter Tim Panek

Mary Papageorge Jenny Parker Richard Paske A l e x Patersan S h a r o n Pearse P e n o l o p e Peck

Ericka Peterson James Peterson Scot Peterson D a v i d Petty M i c h a e l Piccinino Jan Poppen

Michael Powers Steve Prediger

K i m b e r l y Proas Mimi Quarles

Sheryl Radike D o u g l a s Reed

Rita Reeverts Jean Reynolds Ann Rezalman A u d r e y Richards K i m b e r l y Riegler Tom Rigterink

1 0 0 / freshmen

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Pamela Ripperda K a r r y Ritter

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Laurel Roads Laura Rabbins M a r y Rumman G l e n n y c e Russcher

Kristin S a c k e t t Rebecca Sanchez John Santinga Jeffery Saunders Jeff Schaffer M a t t h a i s Scheer

Susan Schiffer W a r r e n Schmidt Tamara Schuiling N a n c y Scott Steve Scott Joel Serna

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Sherry Sietsma

Elizabeth Skinner Jonathan Smeenge Linda Smith M i c h a e l Smith Ed S o u t h w i c k Lynne Spencer

James Spitzkeit Steven Stool Bonnie Stark Robert Stearns G r e g o r y Steffens Marsha Stegeman

freshmen / 101


M a r g o Stephenson Susan Stokoe John Stout Conrad Strauch Kent Suchecki Leah Sunderlin

Robert Synk Roe S y s w e r d a Kirby Thomas Gloria Thome Lynn T h o r n b u r g Reid T h u r s t o n

Cathie Tilroe R o b e r t Titus

Cynthia Toeller Bill T o m l i n

Carl Toren Robert Torresen

Donald Tourtellotte Cathy V a n d e n Berg

Jan V a n d e n B e r g Christine V a n d e r Kuy Bruce V a n d e r S c h a a f Sheri V a n d e r W e r p Elizabeth Vander W o u d e B a r b a r a V a n De Vusse

102 / freshmen


Stephen Van D o p Kim V a n Duyne Deborah Van Hoeven Beth V a n K l o m p e n b e r g T h o m a s V a n Liere Catherine V a n Mater

S h a r o n V a n Portfliet Tim V a n S l o o t e n Bob V a n W y n g a r d e n Cris V e n t r e Sherie V e r a m a y Garry Verhoog

Beth Visscher C h r i s t o p h e r Visscher J a n e Visser Ruth V o e t b e r g Julie V u k i n Robert W a a l k e s

Frank W a g e n a a r Rich W a g n e r Peter W a r n o c k Alfred Watson Robert W a t s o n Steven W a t s o n

Felicia W e b b Nevin Webster Kimberly Westfall Todd Whitefleet Mary Wickert Sandra Wiederhold

Donald Williams Randy Wormmeester Mandi Woronowicz Karen Wortley Scott W r e g g e l s w o r t h David Wrieden

Yoichi Y a j i m a Jane Zelenka Robert Zendler Laurie Zoet John Zook Lori Z w a r t

freshmen / 103


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Robert D e Y o u n g Vice President W a r r e n Faloon Accountant Carol Gavasso S o c i a l Sciences L i b r a r i a n Michael Gerrie D e a n of Students

Robert G r a n t Humanities Librarian William Hillegonds College Chaplain Bruce H i m e b a u g h Director of Financial A i d Norman Japinga Physical E d u c a t i o n E q u i p m e n t M a n a g e r

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John Klungle Director of A c a d e m i c Equipment Center Thomas LaBaugh Director of Admissions David Marker Provost

Jeanne McCarthy M a n a g e r of D e v e l o p m e n t Records Jess N e w k i r k Director of Food Service Thomas Renner Director of C o l l e g e Relations

Sarah Schendel Counselor Vern Schipper Associate Director for A l u m n i Affairs N o r m a n Timmer Development Officer

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David V a n Dellen F o o d Service M a n a g e r David Vander Wei D i r e c t o r o f C a m p u s Life Kurt V a n Genderen Development Officer E l a i n e V a n Liere C o o r d i n a t o r o f R e s i d e n t i a l Life

R a y m o n d V a n Tuinen Development Officer Gordon Van Wylen President r

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Barry W e r k m a n Business M a n a g e r M y r a Zuverink Director of Placement

the g r i n d / 1 0 9


in memory Dr. Robert W . C a v a n a u g h , longtime professor of music a n d Director of the C h a p e l C h o i r , passed a w a y on M a r c h 15, 1 9 7 6 in Holland Hospital. K n o w n to his students as " P r o f , " C a v a n a u g h was the senior Hope faculty member, having begun his career at the college in 1 9 4 0 . Dr.

Cavanaugh's

illustrious

c a r e e r i n c l u d e s his a c c o m p l i s h ments as founder of the Christmas Vespers service a n d the composition of Hope College's A l m a M a t e r hymn, both in 1 9 4 1 , originator of the now-annual Chapel Choir tour in 1 9 5 3 , a n d chairman of the Music D e p a r t m e n t f r o m 1 9 5 0 - 1 9 6 9 . It was under his direction that H o p e r e c e i v e d f u l l m e m b e r s h i p in t h e N a t i o n a l Association of Schools of Music in 1 9 6 9 . The p o p u l a r professor's career spans 3 7 years, f r o m a time w h e n he was one of only t w o music faculty at H o p e , until the present time, when there are 1 2 full-time a n d 1 3 part-time faculty. College President G o r d o n V a n W y l e n expressed the loss felt b y the campus c o m m u n i t y , stating, "Professor C a v a n a u g h h a d a prof o u n d impact on the d e v e l o p m e n t

" H e loved the g r e a t outdoors . . . W h e n he t r u d g e d the w o o d s he

of our music p r o g r a m , a n d more

carried not a gun or net but binoculars. He was sensitive to the w o n d e r

significantly, on the lives of thou-

that surrounds us a n d sought to k n o w a n d befriend the species that

sands of students. W e are grateful

share our life on planet Earth. He was not an unthinking sentimentalist.

for the gifts which he was given,

He had a g o o d mind, well a b o v e the a v e r a g e , a n d all his premises

and

were clearly thought out. He was not disposed of verbalizing his

for

service."

his

life

of

faith

and

beliefs, perhaps because music was so p r o f o u n d l y the language of his soul . . . During the last months of his terminal illness, friends discovered the depths of his spiritual nature. His spirit was contagious. Those w h o came to bring sympathy d e p a r t e d with a triumphant song in their hearts." — Irwin J. Lubbers

1 1 0 / the g r i n d


faculty

Charles Aschbrenner Associate Professor of Music H a r o l d Bakker Assistant Professor o f Education Barbara Jane Barker Assistant Professor of Chemistry Leslie B e a c h Professor of Psychology

A l a n Bedell Assistant Professor of G e r m a n Deborah Berman Visiting Instructor o f Music Reno B o n e m Assistant Professor of G e o l o g y W a y n e Boulton Assistant Professor of Religion

Rodney Bayer Assistant Professor o f Chemistry Allan Brady Professor of Biology G o r d o n Brewer Associate Professor of Physical Education Richard Brockmeier P r o f e s s o r o f Physics

Robert Brown A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f P s y c h o l o g y Elton Bruins Professor of Religion D e a n Bryson A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f E d u c a t i o n James Bultman A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f E d u c a t i o n

the g r i n d / 1 1 1


W a y n e Carlson Visiting Instructor of M a t h e m a t i c s M a r i a Castillo Assistant Professor of Spanish Robert Cecil Associate Professor of Music David Clark Associate Professor o f History

Robert Cline Professor of Economics John Creviere Associate Professor of French William Cohen Associate Professor of History Roger Davis Associate Professor of Music


John D a y A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f B i o l o g y Steven Derr Assistant Professor o f B i o l o g y Herbert Derslem A s s o c i a t e Professor o f M a t h e m a t i c s Russell D e V e t t e A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s sor o f P h y s i c a l E d u c a t i o n

Lamont Dirkse Professor o f Education Sidney D o w n e y I n s t r u c t o r in E c o n o m i c s Jerry Dusseau A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f B i o l o g y Francis Pike A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s sor o f English

the g r i n d / 1 1 3


D o n a l d Finn Assistant Professor of Theatre Jay Folkert Professor of Mathematics P a u l Fried Professor of History a n d Director of International Education H a r r y Frissel P r o f e s s o r o f Physics

W i l l i a m Gillis Instructor of B i o l o g y Lars G r a n b e r g Professor of Psychology a n d D e a n f o r t h e S o c i a l Sciences Lawrence Green P r o f e s s o r o f Physical E d u c a t i o n Eldon Greij Associate Professor of Biology

1 1 4 / the grind


Melvin Harju Assistant Professor of Economics Jane Harrington V i s i t i n g I n s t r u c t o r o f English Douglas Heerema A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f E c o n o m i c s Stephen Hemenway A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f English

Bryant Hichwa A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f Physics Renze H o e k s e m a Professor of Political Science Janita Holleman A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f M u s i c John Hollenbach P r o f e s s o r o f English

the g r i n d / 1 1 5


Jack Holmes Assistant Professor of Political Science Charles Huttar Professor of English H o w a r d lams Assistant Professor of S o c i o l o g y Eugene Jekel Professor of Chemistry

Dirk J e l l e m a A s s o c i a t e Professor o f English Arthur Jentz Professor of Philosophy D a v i d Klein Professor of Chemistry Anthony Kooiker Pr f e s s o r o f M u s i c

1 1 6 / the g r i n d


G e o r g e Kraft A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f Physical E d u c a t i o n W a y n e Kramer Instructor o f Economics Joseph MacDoniels Assistant Professor of C o m m u n i c a t i o n s Sharon M a h o o d Assistant Professor o f C o m m u n i c a t i o n s

James M a l c o l m Professor of Theatre a n d D e a n f o r t h e P e r f o r m i n g a n d Fine A r t s Bruce M c C o m b s Assistant Professor of A r t William Mclntyre Professor of S o c i o l o g y Gerhard Megow Professor of G e r m a n

the g r i n d / 1 1 7


Delbert Michel A s s o c i a t e P ro f e s s o r o f A r t Nancy Miller Associate Professor of Education Terry M o o r e A s s i s t a n t P rofe s s o r o f M u s i c James Motiff Associate Professor of Psychology

William Mungall Associate Professor of Chemistry Ted N i e l s e n A s s o c i a t e P rofessor o f C o m m u n i c a t i o n s Jacob Nyenhuis P r o f e s s o r o f Classics a n d D e a n for the Humanities Ralph O c k e r s e Professor o f Biology

1 1 8 / the grind


Robert P a l m a Associate Professor of Religion Sandra Parker A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r o f Physical E d u c a t i o n D a n i a l Paul Associate Professor of Education J a m e s Piers Assistant Professor of S o c i o l o g y

O r e s t e s Pino Assistant Professor of Spanish Lambert Ponstein Professor of Religion Charles Powell A d j u n c t P r o f e s s o r o f Linguistics A l b e r t Prins P r o f e s s o r o f English

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the g r i n d / 1 19


G e o r g e Ralph Associate Professor of Theatre Robert Reinking Associate Professor of G e o l o g y W i l l i a m Reynolds A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r o f English Barrie Richardson Professor of Economics

J a c k Ridl A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r o f English N o r m a n Rieck Associate Professor of B i o l o g y Roger R i e t b e r g Associate Professor of Music R o b e r t Ritsema Professor of Music


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Carl Schackow A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f E d u c a t i o n Peter S c h a k e l A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f English A n t o n i o Searles A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f S p a n i s h J a m e s Seeser A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s o r o f Physics

Stuart Sharp A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f M u s i c John Shaughnessy A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f P s y c h o l o g y Frank S h e r b u r n e A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s or o f M a t h e m a t i c s David Smith Assistant Professor of A r t

the g r i n d / 1 2 1


R a y m o n d Smith Associate Professor of Physical Education Richard Smith Assistant Professor of Theatre Steven Steenwyk D i r e c t o r o f Physics L a b o r a t o r i e s Charles Steketee Associate Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s

Gisela Strand Assistant Professor of G e r m a n Wilson Strand Assistant Professor o f History Leslie S w e r t f a g e r Visiting Instructor of Physical Education John Tammi Assistant Professor of Theatre

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1 22 / the grind


Elliot Tanis Professor o f M a t h e m a t i c s N a n c y Taylor A s s o c i a t e Professor o f English Henry ten Hoar P r o f e s s o r o f English William Vanderbilt A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s sor o f Physical E d u c a t i o n

Richard V a n d e r Velde A s s o c i a t e Professor o f M a t h e m a t i c s Phillip V a n Eyl A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s sor o f P s y c h o l o g y Paul V a n F a a s e n A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f B i o l o g y John V a n Iwaarden A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s or o f M a t h e m a t i c s

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James V a n Putten P r o f e s s o r o f Physics Glenn Van Wieren Assistant Professor of Physical Education Allen Verhey Visiting Assistant of Religion

Judith Vickers A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r o f French Robert Vickers Professor of A r t Henry V o o g d Professor of Religion

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Ralph Vunderink Visiting Assistant of Religion Hubert Weller Professor o f Spanish Sheldon Wettack Professor of Chemistry a n d D e a n f o r t h e N a t u r a l Sciences

Brooks W h e e l e r Assistant Professor o f Classical L a n g u a g e s Nancy Wheeler Lecturer o f C l a s s i c a l L a n g u a g e s John Whittle Assistant Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s

Donald Williams Professor of Chemistry John Wilson Assistant Professor of A r t James Z o e t e w e y Associate Professor of Political Science


the Jocks f o o t b a l l / 1 28 cross c o u n t r y / 1 3 0 g o l f / 1 32 soccer/1 34 women's field h o c k e y / 1 3 6 women's volleyball/1 3 7 b a s k e t b a l l / 1 38 wrestling/1 40 women's basketball/1 42 jv b a s k e t b a l l / 1 4 3 track/1 44 tennis/1 4 6 baseball/1 48 women's softball/1 5 0 w o m e n ' s t e n n i s / 1 51 women's archery/1 52 women's track/1 53 lacrosse c l u b / 1 5 4 cheerleaders/1 55 scoreblocks/1 5 6

1 2 6 / the jocks



Finishing sixth in the N C A A Divis i o n III S m a l l C o l l e g e p o l l , t h e Hope

College

Football

Team

posted their best season ever. Also w i n n i n g the M I A A with a 4-0-1 mark, the te a m recorded their first undefeated season with an 8-0-1 overall record. " I t ' s the best te a m I've had the o p p o r t u n i t y to coach at Hope in the six years I've been h e r e , " stated Coach Ray Smith. The team b r o k e many records: most points, 2 7 1 ; a v e r a g e per g a m e , 3 0 . 1 ; most touchdowns, 3 7 ; most field goals, 5 ; most conversion kicks, 3 2 ; a n d fewest passes intercepted by opponents, 6. M I A A M V P Tim V a n Heest set the i n d i v i d u a l record for fewest passes intercepted, 2. N a m e d to the A l l - M I A A t e a m were Seniors Bob Lees a n d Tim V a n Heest, Juniors Craig V a n Tuinen, Rick M c C l o u t h , a n d Len Fazio, a n d Sophomores

Dave

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FRONT R O W : Tim Johnson, Ted Grannis, M i k e Burley, Dean Jurik, Jerry Gilbert, Jim Fancy, Kurt Droppers, Rick G o r d o n , M a r k C o o k , Bob Acri, Steve Prediger, Doug K o o p m a n , Kent Suchecki, Dave Brines, John Broadbent. S E C O N D R O W ; Paul Dieterle, T o d d Richardson, Randy H a v e r d i n k , Rick Burden, Tom Richards, M a r c W h i t lock, A r d e Ranthum, C r a i g V a n Tuinen, Perry Beachum, Lou Ten Have, Kurt Bennett, Kevin Clark, Rick McLouth, John Bonnette, David De Z w a a n , Bob Lees, Tom Barkes, Dan Hendrickson, Kevin Kniff. THIRD R O W : Trainer Dr. Lawrence G r e e n , M a n a g e r M i k e Drahos, M i k e Skelton, Tim V a n Heest, D e w e y Thompson, David

M a y s , Brian Burgener, Bruce Bos, Paul Busman, Tim Lont, Bob Coleman, Rich N a v a r r a , Bil Collins, Richard Boyce, Todd Harburn, Steve W a r d , Assistant Coach Russ De Vette, Assistant Coach Pete Semeyn. FOURTH R O W : Equipment M a n a g e r N o r m Japinga, Assistant Coach Jim Bultman, M a r k Boyce, Jim Miller, G r e g Bliss, Jim Holw e r d a , Doug H o l w e r d a , Len Fazio, Tharlo Klaver, Dave Yeiter, Dave Teater, John Smith, Bill Blacquire, Phil M a g e e , Paul O s b o r n , Jim V a n d e r M e e r , Dan V a n Eerden, M i k e W o j d a , Dave Zessin, G a l e Easton, H o w a r d Beissel, Assistant C o a c h G e o r g e K r a f t , Coach Ray Smith.

Batts, Steve Lorenz, Brian G u t h , G a r y Ramsden, Bill D y k e m a , Tom

t h e jocks / 1 2 9


1 3 0 / the jocks


harriers remain perfect Finishing 14th in the N C A A Division III Small College meet a n d first in t h e M I A A , t h e H o p e C o l l e g e Cross Country Team kept their winning streak intact with a perfect 6 - 0 record. Their w i n n i n g streak n o w stands at 18 straight victories. " I was surprised by the depth and

the

improvement

of

the

s q u a d , " commented Coach W i l l i a m V a n d e r Bilt. Senior Stu Scholl was n a m e d M I A A MVP for the second consecutive year while also receiving AllAmerican honors.

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Scholl, a l o n g with Sophomores Lou Hoekstra a n d G e o r g e M o g e r were

named

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Spolsbury, John Kostishak, Bob Williams, Steve Staal, Coach Bill

Webster, D o u g K n a p m a n , Lou Hoekstra. S E C O N D R O W : G l e n n

Vanderbilt.

Johnson, M a r k O n g l e y , M a t t M c N a l l y , Robert Thompson, Kim

the jocks / 1 3 1


recordbreoking golfers finish third

Coach Hal Cutshall, Doug Peterson, Dave W r i e d e n , Terry Lock, G a r y N i e u w s m a , Rick Switzer, Scott Hunt, John G i b s o n , Jon Schrotenboer, Scott Evans.

1 3 2 / t h e jocks


Breaking

all

team

scoring

records, the H o p e College G o l f Team finished third in the M I A A with a 4-2 record. Senior MVP Rick Switzer set individual scoring records with an 1 8.

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margin

of

victory,

31

strokes (versus A d r i a n ) , a n d the ...

lowest team score on their home course, 3 8 8 (versus Adrian). " W i t h all but one golfer returning, next year promises to be an outstanding season," predicted Coach Hal Cutshall.

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soccer finishes fourth Losing many close games, the Hope College Soccer Team posted a 3-8-2 overall record, finishing fourth in the M I A A . N a m e d to the A l l - M I A A t e a m were Seniors Glenn Swier a n d M a h m o o d M a s g h a t i . Swier was also picked as the league's M V P for the second straight year. Coach

Glenn

Van

Wieren

remarked, " I never had a g r o u p of men that w o r k e d harder or with as m u c h e n t h u s i a s m as t h i s y e a r ' s team."

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FRONT R O W : Mike Kincheloe, Renze Hoeksema, Jim M c C a l l u m , Yuji T a k a r a d a , Peter W a r n o c k , Terry South, Paul Nieusma, Stan Christofferson, Bruce Slater. S E C O N D R O W : Joe Dellaria, M a r k Holtz, Bill Tomlin, Peter Krebsbach, G e r r y Frazier, Dave Johnson, Kirk Beereboom, Juan Ramirez, M o h a m e d A l - M a l k i , Tom V a n Tas-

sell, Rob McBride. THIRD R O W : Coach G l e n n V a n W i e r e n , Manager Joe Policaro, S h e r w o o d Q u i r i n g , Jim Vannice, Bil Dyrsten, Russ Ten Pas, M a m o o d M a s g h a t i , G l e n n Swier, M a r k McCullough, Glenn Freisatz, Dave Silber, Brad Kirk, H a b i b Ismail, Assistant Coach Dave De Velder.

t h e jocks / 1 3 5


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Posting a 9-2-2 overall record, the W o m e n ' s Field Hockey Team captured the W M I A A with a 5-0-1 conference record. " T h e team was composed of dedicated, loyal, hockey players w h o went all out in making for a successful t e a m e x p e r i e n c e , " commented

first-year

coach

Leslie

Swertfager. Seniors A n n e Dimitre a n d Jean Lambert were n a m e d Co-MVP's. N a m e d to the A l l - M i c h i g a n College Team II were Seniors A n n e Dimitre, Jean Lambert, Sue Berger, Carol Fret, Julie Egbert, Cathy Le Boeuf, Junior Sophomore

Anne

Karen

Blackwell, Hartje, and

Freshman Sue G e b h a r t . Sporting 8-6 overall and 6-0 league marks, the W o m e n ' s Volleyb a l l T e a m f i n i s h e d f i r s t in t h e W M I A A , a n d third in the state. Highlighting the season was a victory over Calvin in which Hope w o n every game. "This is the best all-around te a m I've w o r k e d with since I've been at H o p e , " remarked Coach Sandy

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Parker. N a m e d Co-MVP's were Senior Chris W h i t e and S o p h o m o r e Karen Kooistra.

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FRONT R O W ; Sue Berger, Jan Brock, Sara Norris, Cris Sackett, Sue Hoyt. S E C O N D R O W : A n n e Dimitre, Anne Blackwell, Julie Egbert, Cathy LeBoeuf, Colleen Stowe, Robin Pope, Betsy McGinnis. THIRD R O W ; M a n a g e r Lisa Burger, Carol Fret, Sue G e b h a r t , Peggy Hierlihy, Karen Hartje, Jean Lambert, M a r g a r e t Byl, Vickie Visscher, M e l o d y Kowolski, Coach Leslie Swertfager.

1 3 6 / t h e jocks


uomen's volleyboll, field hockey capture league firsts

FRONT R O W : Chris Ventre, M a r y Ellen, A u f d e r h e i d e , Sue Rieckoff, Chris W h i t e , Sharon Kooistra. S E C O N D R O W : Cheryl Burke, Jodi Thurston, Jean Swanson, Coach Sandy Parker, A n n Crandall, Tammy Schiling.

the jocks / 1 3 7



hoopsters win suncoost classic A f t e r c a p t u r i n g the Suncoast Classic over Christmas Break, the Varsity Basketball team finished 6 t h in t h e M I A A , p o s t i n g 1 0 - 1 2 overall a n d 3 - 9 league records. In t h e t o u r n a m e n t J u n i o r s Jim H o l w e r d a , the t o u r n a m e n t and team M V P , a n d D w a y n e Boyce were n a m e d to the All-Tournament team. " W e became closer and a more compatible g r o u p through our trip to Florida a n d w e r e more conc e r n e d f o r e a c h o t h e r as f e l l o w players a n d f r i e n d s , " stated Coach Russ De Vette. Boyce finished f o u r t h

in t h e

nation in r e b o u n d i n g in the N C A A Division

III,

averaging

11.4

rebounds a g a m e . In

the

season

finale,

Hope

defeated A l b i o n , giving Calvin the outright league championship.

FRONT R O W : Dan VanPernis, Paul V a n O o s t e n b u r g , D w a y n e Boyce, Mike Riksen, Jim Holwerda. S E C O N D R O W : Kevin Clark, Chris Peterson, W a y n e V a n Dyke, Wes VandeStreek, Ed Ryan, Steve V a n d e r Hyde, Jeff W a t e r s t o n e , Coach Russ DeVette.

the jocks / 1 3 9


wrestlers finish fourth

Beginning the season with a double dual victory, the H o p e College Wrestling Team posted a 9 - 1 0 season mark. Their

1-3 M I A A

mark

g a v e the t e a m a tie f o r f o u r t h place. " W i t h almost everyone returning, next year's team should have a very fine season," predicted firstyear Coach Rick V a n d e r l i n d . Sophomore

Bart

selected as Team MVP.

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FRONT R O W ; Bart Rizzo, W a l t Kniowski, Tom Barkes, Jim C a n n o n , Tim Johnson. S E C O N D R O W : Coach Rick V a n d e r l m d , Jim Bedor, John Abe, Brad Bose, Tharlo Klaver, Paul G a r m i r i a n , Terry Fales.

the j o c k s / 1 4 1


FRONT R O W : M i m i Baar, M a r Kolean, Pat Muyskens, J e a n Lambert, Jan Buelow, Sue VanDis. S E C O N D R O W : Coach Carol Braaksma, Laurie McAllister, Robin Law, Barb G e e t i n g , Sue Dirkse, Jane Boeve, M a r y Jo Bertsch, Trainer Lisa Berger.

women! men s jv hoopsters finish 7 - 6

FRONT R O W : Karen Hartje, N a n c y Kasmersky, N a n n e t t e Bian, Sue G e b h a r t , Sharon Lovett. S E C O N D R O W ; Coach Leslie Swertfager. Tammy Schuiling, M a r y Ellen A u f d e r h e i d e , G a i l D e W i t t , Kathy Anderson, M a r i l y n Rathbun, Sharon Kooistra, Vickie Visscher.

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1 4 2 / the jocks


Capturing first place in the Division B W M I A A ' s Basketball Tournament, the W o m e n ' s Basketball T e a m f i n i s h e d 4 - 4 in t h e l e a g u e a n d 7-8 overall. " T h e team was a dedicated g r o u p of girls w h o gave 1 0 0 % and showed much improvement as the season progressed,'' commented first-year Coach Carol Braaksma.

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Junior Sue Dirkse was selected MVP. A come-from-behind victory over K a l a m a z o o in overtime highlighted the 7-8 season of the JV Men's Basketball Team. " W e had a team that turned work into fun because of the positive s u p p o r t the p l a y e r s h a d for each o t h e r , " stated Coach Glenn Van Wieren. Freshman Bruce V a n d e r Schaaf was named MVP while Freshman M a r k Eriks was named MIP.

FRONT R O W ; David Brines, Scot Peterson, M a r k Boelkins, Terry Lock, Ken Potter. S E C O N D ROW: Ken Bauman, Bruce Hilton, M i k e Huizenga, Bruce V a n d e r S c h a a f , M a r k Eriks.

the j o c k s / 1 4 3


injuries plogue trackmen Plagued by many key injuries, the Track Team finished seventh in the M I A A with a 0 - 6 record. " T h e 1 9 7 6 squad was as conscientious, co-operative, and dedicated as any in my experience; but key injuries removed the team f r o m a competitive position for all practical p u r p o s e s , " r e m a r k e d C o a c h G o r d o n Brewer. Highlighting the season was a tie for sixth place in the De Pauw Invitational. S e n i o r s S t u a r t S c h o l l a n d Jim W i l d g e n , the team MVP, were n a m e d to the A l l - M I A A Team. Scholl set the school a n d league records in the Three Mile Run, posting times of

14:17.6 and 14:26.

W i l d g e n set the league a n d school records in the High Jump, 6'8 1 /4".


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FRONT R O W : Coach G o r d o n Brewer, Steve Berger, Jim W i l d g e n , Kevin C l a r k , Kim Spalsbury, M a r k O n g l e y , Doug Irons, Cal Jellema, Kurt Richardson. S E C O N D R O W ; M a n a g e r Earl Slotman, G e r r y Frazier, Brian G u t h , Dave Whitehouse, N o e l W i n g , Lou Hoekstra, Rick Paske, G r e g Gurtler, Paul V a n O o s t e n b u r g . THIRD R O W : Assistant Coach Phil Doeschot, Dick Krueger, Jon Smeenge, W a y n e France, Scott Hunt, D o u g K n a p m a n , M a u r i e Terpstra, Steve Faas. FOURTH R O W : Assistant Coach Dave Phillips, Stuart Scholl, Nevin W e b s t e r , Rich Foreman, Pete Maassen, Gus Lukow, D o n Smit, G e o r g e M o g e r .


Posting a 1-5 league record, the Hope College Men's Tennis Team placed fifth in the M I A A . The te a m finished with a 4 - 1 1 overall record. Junior Dave Bartels was named Team MVP.

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netters finish fifth

FRONT R O W : Bill Leonard, Phil Bosch, M a r k Boelkins, Dave Bartels, Jim V a n d e W e g e . SECO N D R O W : Coach Larry G r e e n , Bob V a n W y n g a r d e n , Brian Stauffer, Chris Ramsden, Bruce Vander Schaaf, G r e g V a n Heest.

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boseboll places third

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A f t e r recording their first w i n n i n g record ever on their spring trip, the Hope College Baseball Team finished with 15-12 overall and 7 - 4 league records, placing third in the MIAA. " W e p l a y e d well every d a y of the season except o n e , "

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Dan

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softboll places second; women's tennis finishes even Finishing 5 - 4 overall, the Hope College W o m e n ' s Softball Team finished second in the league with a 5-1 record. "The girls came a long w a y ; they should be p r o u d of their winning season, and should d o even better next y e a r , " remarked Coach Barb Basnett. S ophom ore Sharon Kooistra was named Team MVP. Beginning with a four g a m e winning streak on their Spring Trip, the H o p e C o l l e g e W o m e n ' s Tennis Team finished with a 6 - 6 record. The

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FRONT R O W : Kathy Sawinska, Karen Hartje, Kathy M a r t i n , Cheryl Burke, Lucy Stites, Jodi Thurston, Kris Hendrickson. S E C O N D R O W ; M a n a g e r Kim V a n d e n b e r g , Sharon Kooistra, Sue G e b h a r t , Barb V a n d e Vusse, Ellen Barker, Deb G r o c h o w s k i , Aldine Forman, Vickie Visscher, Coach Barb Basnett.

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ishes by Hope w o m e n . " I e n j o y e d coaching the w o m e n tracksters, as they w e r e motivated and worked hard," commented Coach Sandy Parker. S e l e c t e d as M V P w a s J u n i o r M a r y Kolean. Finishing with a 2 - 2 record, the W o m e n ' s Archery Team placed fourth in the M I A A . Senior

Judy

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FRONT R O W : Don W i l l i a m s , Todd Knecht, Bob Post, Steve Heneveld, M a r c W h i t l o c k , Gale Easton, A n d y Nearpass, Craig Lammers, Terry South, Henry S h a d w e l l , Dave Petty. SECO N D R O W : Joe Pedelty, John Smith, Derek V a n V o l k e n b u r g h , M a r k Baeverstad, Jim A u s e m a , Steve Kopach, M a r k Boyce, Joe De Vette, Tim V a n Heest, Tom Richards.

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O N G R O U N D : Deb H o f f m a n , Jan Buelow, Debbie Failing, Jerry Bevington, W a l t e r D a n a , Pat Hahn, Peggy W h i t m a n , Lena M a r r o n e . O N SHOULDERS; Sandie Rainey, llene Crysler, Linda Patmos.

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FRONT R O W : Terry Chockley, Eileen D o y l e , Bobbi H o o v e r , Julie Raabe, C o o k i e Krueger, Pam Beane, Jean Lineweaver, Nicki Piaget, Sue A h l g r i m . S E C O N D R O W : G e o r g e H a p p e , Paul Otterness, Stephen Bishop, Fred Schlemmer, Ron Heiby, Dave Silber, Jim Picht, Dan Gallant, Dave Crisman, Dave Higgins.

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orcoclion

1. John Sloan. 2. Dave Wiest. 3. Dan V a n Pernis. 4. A l Patterson. 5. G o r d y Alderink. 6 . Jimi Cannon. 7. Bill A a r d e m a . 8. Steve Prediger. 9. John Brown. 10. Jerry Boose. 11. Bob Delaney. 12. Todd Harburn. 13. Steve V a n d e r Hyde. 14. Don DeYoung. 15. Scott Wissink. 1 6. M a u r i e Terpstra. 1 7. Dan Oster. 1 8. Steve Heneveld.

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29. Tom Richards. 3 0 . Randy Clark. 31. Dave Rynbrandt. 32. Willie H a r d y . 3 3 . Kurt Droppers. 34. John Kostoshak. 35. Julius Byrd. 36. Todd Knecht. 3 7 . Craig Higgins. 38. Dave Brines. 39. Milton Terrel. 4 0 . Bruce Honholt. 4 1 . Brad Kirk. 4 2 . G a r y Ramsden. 43. Jeff Schaffer. 4 4 . Isaac Meyers. 4 5 . M a r k Boelkins. 4 6 . Carl Toren. 4 7 . Paul Muyskens. 4 8 . Rich Spreng. 4 9 . Bill Leonhard. 5 0 . M a r k Eriks. 5 1 . Larry Kirk. 5 2 . Ken Bauman. 5 3 . Jerry Gilbert. 5 4 . Kevin Clark. 5 5 . Dave Schroeder. 5 6 . Tom V a n Tassel. 5 7 . Brad V a n Zyl. 58. Tony Terraciano. 5 9 . Brian Bradley. 6 0 . A n d y Nearpass. 61. Tim Bennett. 6 2 . G a r y Camp. 6 3 . Rick V a n Hassal. 6 4 . Dave W r i e d e n . 6 5 . Pete De Young. 6 6 . Lou Hoekstra.

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centurion

FRONT R O W : Carl Ford, A n d y Busard, M a r k Rhodes. S E C O N D R O W : Charlie Seifert, Ron Brown, Steve Eliason, Jack M c M u r t r y , Joe Policoro.

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cosmopolitan 1. Stu Scholl

20. Rick Burden

39. Bill Bergstrom

2. Keith Zilinski

21. Scott M o r e y

4 0 . Eric Rollins

3. Don Williams

2 2 . Dave Blasch

4 1 . Fred VanReesema

4. Brian Stauffer

2 3 . Larry DeVuyst

4 2 . Don V a n D y k e n

5. Bob N a m a r

24. G l e n n Shoup

4 3 . Killer

6. Mark Leenhouts

25. Keith C a h o o n

4 4 . Paul A n k e r

7. Bill Fortney

26. Jim Fancy

4 5 . Scott Pontier

8. Rich Foreman

27. Brad Bose

4 6 . Dewey Thompson

9. Dave Hoos

28. Brian Hipwell

4 7 . Jan Ergeninger

10. Phil Reed

29. Jeff Beckeman

4 8 . Rick Paske

1 1. Jim Ausema

30. Brad Helmus

4 9 . Jerry Bevington

1 2. Dave Baker

31. Tom Kempers

5 0 . Dave Zessin

1 3. Juan Ramirez

32. G a r y Rae

5 1 . Doug Burns

14. Dan D a n a

33. M i k e Ringleberg

52. Rob Pocock

1 5. Gus Lukow

34. Bill Philipson

53. Dave Hedstrand

1 6. Rick McLouth

35. Tim Hartmann

54. Dave Kieffer

1 7. Rich W o l f

36. Jeff Parker

5 5 . John Bush

1 8. Mike Land

37. Dan Darbor

56. M a r l i n Boer

19. Rick Dragovich

38. Kent Pagel

5 7 . Kim Spalsbury

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emmersonion

1. Peter Krebsbach

1 5. Bryan W e b e r

30. Craig Smith

2. Stephen W a r d

16. John V a n Zanten

31. S h e r w o o d Q u i r i n g

3. Shogi Fujita

1 7. Paul W e a r

32. Richard Wheeler

4. Roger Miller

1 8. A l a n Besselsen

33. James Schmidt

5. James Horn

1 9. Jeffrey Smith

34. Thomas Foye

6. G e r a l d Mears

20. A l l a n O l t h o f f

35. Stephen Bruggers

7. Paul Otterness

21. Craig V a n Zanten

36. James Vannice

8. Kim Edgel

22. G l e n n Toren

37. Robert Vaca

9. W a r r e n Schmidt

23. W i l l i a m Melville

38. Kim Buckley

1 0. Eric Buckley

24. Robert Torresen

39. Edward Mackiewicz

1 1. James Spitzkeit

25. Michael Drahos

4 0 . G o r d o n Sterling

1 2. John Kleinert

26. Paul Nieusma

4 1 . Edward Schmidt

1 3. Keith Czerkas

27. Barton Neckers

4 2 . Douglas Crew

1 4. Dale V a n Dahm

28. Michael Bueter

4 3 . Raymond Smith

29. Charles M c O s k e r

4 4 . Michael Michaels

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the g r e e k s / 1 6 9


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froternol

^E^^SirnOimM 1. Brad Nehner. 2. Mike Skelton. 3. Bill Harrison. 4. G r e g Gurtler. 5. H a r o l d Delhagen. 6. Peter Boven. 7. Bart Rizzo. 8. Rich Farkas. 9. Steve Scott. 1 0. Paul Danigelis. 1 1. M a t t M a n e k e . 1 2. Jeff Tittle. 1 3. Tom Barkes, 14. Bob Coleman. 15. Lew Ten Have. 16. W a y n e France. 17. Sven Anderson. 18. Brian Ellis. 19. Rick Martinus. 20.

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knickerbocker I

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1. Rob Gunfher

6. Kirk H a v e r k a m p

2. John Criscuolo

7. Jeff C h a p m a n

1 2. Paul Dieterle

3. A l a n A x b e r g

8. Brad A c k e r m a n

1 3. Brad Lambrix

9. Rick Butler

14. Rob Geiger

4. Mike Speidel 5. Jeff Burke

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10. M a r k Preston

1 1. D o u g Baird

1 5. Bill M c N a m e e


the greeks ' 1 7 3


olpho qommo phi

FRONT R O W ; Lisa Hermenet, Barb Smith, Barb Herbeck, Priscilla Bartles. S E C O N D R O W ; Beth Daubenspeck, Karen W o r t l e y , M a r t h a Barnett, Debbie V a n d e r V e l d e , Carol Patterson, Denise N u n e z , Sandy Meeter, M e r i Shima, Lynne Bulthouse, Kim Stevens. THIRD R O W ; Debbie G e r b e r , Barb Pyzanowski, Shirley Y z e n b a a r d , Cara Baas, Sandy Wells, Jan M i d d l e t o n , Joyce M c D e r m i d , A m y W a r d , Sara G a y l o r d , Laurie Zoet, N a n c y W a r r e n , Brenda Lambrix, Karen W o l d m a n . FOURTH R O W ; Paula MacBeth, Beth A c k e r m a n , Sue Baker, Sue Klein, M a r y Jo Zoet, N a n c y S w i n y a r d , Robin M u l d e r , Penny Peck, Sharon C a r n a h a n , Sue C h a m p a g n e , Liz Becker, Linda Pyle, Cathy Heise, Jane Visser, Becky N o r d e n , Lisa Pifer, Sally M o u w . FIFTH R O W ; M a r y Flanagan, Cherrie Kremer, M e l o d y Hamstra, Diane Conklin, Laura C a m p , Carol Fret, Cheryl D e m a a g d , N a t a l i e Q u i r i n g , Cris Boon, A n n M i n e r , M a r y Harmelink, Leah Sunderlin, Jan Poppen, Bev Vanden Berg.

1 7 4 / the greeks



1. N a n c y Ponstein

1 9. Kim Proos

37. M a r y Beth Van Pernis

2. Alison W e a r

20. Kathy Button

38. Lynn Cuti

3. Gretchen Vander Klipp

21. Kari M o e r l a n d

39. M a r y Jo Bertsen

4. Terri Smith

22. Jill N i h a r t

4 0 . Beth Stewart

5. N a n c y Hallenbeck

23. Beth Knecht

4 1 . Betsy Boersma

6. Lynne Blair

24. Shelly Driesenga

4 2 . Penny A n t o n a k

7. Cathy Brinks

25. Leigh D e W o l f

4 3 . Pat Hahn

8. Sally Meeusen

26. Katie Bosch

4 4 . N a n c y Petroelje

9. Jackie Billups

27. Beth V a n K l o m p e n b e r g

4 5 . N a n c y Campbell

I 0. Kay M o a r e s

28. G i n n y Checkley

46. Julie DeWitt

1 1. M a r y W i c k e r t

29. M a r y G r a n t

4 7 . Jan Mines

1 2. Beth Visscher

30. Jenny Bartels

4 8 . M e r a l Saylor

1 3. Sheri V a n d e r W e r p

31. M a r t h a Ratering

4 9 . Sherry Visscher

1 4. M a r g a r e t M a p p e s

32. Suanne Dykstra

4 0 . Sandy Ritchie

1 5. Chris Ventre

33. Kathy Beuker

51. Sue V a n Dis

1 6. Deb Lupkes

34. Deb H o f f m a n

52. Anne Corbishley

1 7. Tammy O t t

35. Sarah Koeppe

53. Becky Badman

1 8. Sally G i l m a n

36. Jane V a n d e Bunte

54. Barb Boerman

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1 7 8 / the greeks


kappa delta chi

FRONT R O W : Sandy V a n d e r Roest, G a i l De Boer, M a r t h a V a n D o p , Jan Loveless, Jill V a n D y k e , Sarah Hensler. S E C O N D R O W : Barb Davis, Dawn Erickson, Jenny Duncan, Cindy De Kruyter, Carol M a s t , Kathy A l e x a n d e r .

the g r e e k s / 1 7 9


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FRONT R O W : Joy Dragovich, Eileen Doyle. S E C O N D R O W : Kathy Tatz, Jo A n n Whitefleet, G i n g e r Yoemans. THIRD R O W : Kathy Housman, Robin Boersema. FOURTH R O W : Diane Batey, Jody Johnson.

the greeks / 181


sigmo iota beta Sfi'21

FRONT R O W : Lynn Thomas, Betty Rouse, Kathy K o l e n k o , M a r g a r e t Byl. S E C O N D R O W ; Kathy Burford, Lenann Williams, Bonnie Stark, M a r y Ellen W e r n e t t e , A n n Blackwell. THIRD R O W : Helen D i n g w a l l , Debbie M a r k w a r d t , Diane H a r v e y , Lola M a z z a , M a r g i e Johnson, Karen Bilow.

1 8 2 / the greeks


the greeks / 1 8 3


f

sigmo sigmo

1. Jean Reynolds. 2. M a r i l y n Paine. 3. Barb Bergold. 4 . J o A n n G o n d e r . 5. Carol Cellura. 6. Lauri Kremers. 7. Robin Law. 8. Jan De W e e r t . 9. Becky Brookstra. 10. Pat Frey. 1 1. Cathy Cox. 12. Kelly McLain. 13. M e l o d y W a s h i n g t o n . 14. Leah Katt. 15. Sue VanDellen. 16. Terry G r a h a m . 17. M a r a M u l d e r . 18. Kathy Crimp. 19. Becky Eldrenkamp. 2 0 . Ilene Chrysler. 2 1 . Lissa Cadmus. 22. DeeAnn McCabe. 23. Ruth Barthel. 2 4 . Jeanine Soeters. 2 5 . M a r y A n n Reed. 2 6 . Karen Sterk. 2 7 . Carol Retrie. 28. Ellen Bjikersma. 2 9 . Lois McConnel. 30. Carol Cook. 3 1 . Sara Norris. 3 2 . Diana Lutterbein. 3 3 . Suzanne Thornton. 34. Carol V a n d e n b e r g . 3 5 . Cindy Bere. 3 6 . Lori Hostetler. 37. Deb Van Hoeven. 38. Deb Bruininks.

1 8 4 / the greeks


the greeks / 1 8 5


interfroternity council

FRONT R O W ; Brian Stauffer, John V a n Zanten, G l e n n Toren, Dave Baker, Steve Berger, Tom Page. S E C O N D R O W : John Criscuolo, Rob Pocock.

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pan-hellenic board

FRONT R O W ; Sarah K o e p p e , D a w n Ericson, M a r t h a Raftering, Sarah Henseler, A m y W a r d , Sandy Wells, Becky N o r d e n , Julie W e a v e r . S E C O N D R O W ; Diane Harvey, Diane M c C a b e , Jenny Duncan, Carol V a n d e n b e r g , Betsy Mclnnis, Kathy Brinks.

the greeks / 1 8 7


phi betci koppo N a n c y Ball John Brown Leslie C a m e r o n Laura C a m p James Donkersloot Leslie Doscher John D u r h a m Patricia Dwyer Eric Endean Mia Fagerstrom Peter Ferriby Scott Field James G a r m i r i a n Jerry G i e r m a n n William Graham Judith K a m m e r a a d Craig Lammers Lloyd Lemmen David Litts Janet Loveless Roger M a i t l a n d Charles M c O s k e r William Moreau Nancy Newton John O l d e n k a m p Peter Pruim Janet Ross Louise Shoemaker Edward Soderstrom Barbara Springer W i l l i a m Te W i n k l e Jane V a n d e n b e r g David V a n d e r H a a r Gretchen V a n d e r Klipp Jerrianna V a n Gessel Timothy V a n Heest Robert Verduin Susan Vincent Robert V r o o m a n Janet W e r t z Thomas Westervelt Scott Wissink Gregory Wortley

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biology honors M a r i l e e Bartels Sally Brennan Gretchen G e l d m a k e r Elaine Faustman Jean Lambert Joe Pedelty Agnes Urquhart Dave V a n A p p l e d o r n Jane V a n d e n Berg

the g r e e k s / 1 8 9


1. Nevin W e b s t e r . 2. Larry Redder. 3. Faith Fishman. 4. Bill Tundell. 5. John Yeutter. 6. Phil Sneller. 7. Kay Moores. 8. Peter Terriby. 9. Helen Keyes. 10. Steve H o o g e r w a y . 1 1. Leslie Doscher. 1 2. Kerry W e i s m a n . 1 3. Johnson Hsu. 1 4 . Lynn M a l v i t z .

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english honors

FRONT R O W ; David James, Barb W r i g l e y , Jerrianna V a n Gessel. S E C O N D R O W : Kathy Brinks, Cindy Clark, Barb Bobeng, Bill M o r e a u , Gretchen V a n d e r Klipp. THIRD R O W : Tim V a n Heest, M i a Fagestrom, W i l l i a m Reynolds, Sarah Henseler.

the g r e e k s / 1 9 1


forensics honors

FRONT R O W : M a r y Voskuil, W e n d y G r e e n w o o d , Janet Cross, N a n c y N o o r d h o f f , Tkuko O k a d o . S E C O N D R O W : H a r o l d M i k l e , Rob Pocock, Jim Selbach, M i k e Engelhardt, Everett Slentz, Pete M a n t i n g .

192 / the greeks


french honors

M a r g e Faber, Sarah Bertalan, Beverly Kinashita, M a r c y Darin, John Creviere, Emily O n d r a , Alison W e a r , Jackie Donnelly, Annie Baudiment, David James.

the greeks / 193


germon honors

FRONT R O W : M a r g a r e t V a n d e n Berg, Jerrianna van Gessel, Emily O n d r a , Lydia Huttar, N a n c y Leonhardt. S E C O N D R O W : Lynn Bauer, M a r c i a M y a a r d , Kerry Wiessmann, Jan W e r t z , Barb G e e t i n g .

1 9 4 / the greeks


history honors

1. Kim Baker. 2. Paul Fried. 3. Kay G o u w e n s . 4. David Clark. 5. W i l s o n Strand. 6. Joe Munn. 7. Russ Paarlberg. 8. Eric N i e w o e h n e r . 9. W i l l i a m Cohen.

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moth honors

FRONT R O W : James Diephuis, Laura C a m p , G a r y N i e u w s m a , M a h m o o d M a s g h a t i , Ray Lokers. S E C O N D R O W : Elliot Tanis, N a n c y Ponstein, David Hedstrand, Tom Westervelt, Faith Fisherman. THIRD R O W : Paula Dykstra, Dale Boss, Bruce H e r m a n , Paul DeYoung, G l e n W a r n , Jim V a n d e r m e e r , David Smith.

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G a i l W a r n a a r , Phyllis H a g e r , Kathy M a s o n , Laurie V a n A r k , M a r t h a S u y d a m , A n n N e t h e r y , A d e l i a Decker.

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politicol science honors

FRONT R O W : Rudy Bruquist, D o u g H o o g e r h y d e , W i l l i a m Tewinkle, Kathi M a c h l e , Rob Pocock, Rachel Hesselink, Dave V a n d e r Haar. SECO N D R O W : Stew G r a h a m , Renze H o e k s m a , Sally S p r a g u e , Eric N i e w o e h n e r , John Brown, Tim H a r t m a n n , N a n c y M c C a l l u m . THIRD ROW: Jim Donkersloot, Robert Elder, James Z o e t e w a y , Neil Clark, Jack Holmes, Jim S t e g e n g a , Dan Blauw, Jean Niehuis.

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psychology honors

1. Vicki Hedlund. 2. Jennifer Yeomans. 3. Beth Elliot. 4. A n n Crandall. 5. Suzanne C h a m p a g n e . 6. Stewart Pinger. 7. Kathy Korstange. 8. Steve Faas. 9. Fern Shoemaker. 10. John Sloan. 11. Diane Conklin. 12. Jane Dickie. 13. Bev Kinoshita. 14. Joellen Foster. 1 5. M a r k Smircina. 1 6. M a r y Staal. 1 7. Dick Thayer. 1 8. BoBo.

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FRONT R O W : Laura C a m p , M a r g a r e t V a n d e n b e r g . S E C O N D R O W : Cindy Clair, N a n c y Ponstein, Jerrianna Vangessel, Karen Berman, Jane V a n d e n b e r g . THIRD R O W : Mavis V a n o o s t e n b u r g , Leslie Doscher, Barb W r i g l e y , Gretchen V a n d e r k l i p p , Louise Shoemaker, Patti Dwyer.

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Beginning with the t r a d i t i o n a l " M a r c h to H o p e , " Higher Horizons p r o v i d e d m a n y activities for the children of the community. Over 2 0 0 matches participated in p i c n i c s , o u t i n g s , a n d a r o l l e r skating party in December, along with just spending time with their " b r o t h e r " or " s i s t e r . " A d d e d t o this y e a r ' s a c t i v i t i e s were handicraft sessions, in which children and Hope students made indian jewelry, candles, a n d string art.

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chapel choir

FRONT R O W : M a r t h a S u y d a m , Holly Fox, Pricilla Battels, N a n c y Clair, A n n e Boven, Holly W a r r e n , M a r t h a Barnett, Cheryl Blodgett, Lydia H u t t a r , W e n d y G r e e n w o o d , Kim Stevens, A m y Mills, Debbie Boraski, N a n c y Ball, Lori S l o o t h a a k . S E C O N D R O W : Diane Eldridge, Debra M a k e l y , Deb Cleason, Sue W a l k o t t e n , N a n c y Tromp, A m y W a r d , M a r y Hospers, Ruth Muyskens, M a r y Voskuil, Lynn Berry, Joan VanderKooi, Gretchen V a n d e r K l i p p , N o r m a O ' B r i e n , Tami M a r t e n s , Leslie Rett, Debbie H e r z o g . THIRD R O W : A n n N e t h e r y , Becky W a l l e r , Kathy Beuker, M a r y Pyle, Dee Faller, Johnson Hsu, M i k e Drahos, John V a n d e r Kolk, Steve Bergmann, G e o r g e G e o r g e , David James, Paul Johnson, Joan Rieck, Debbie M a l l o r y , Linda V a n d e n B e r g , M a r t h a V a n D o p . FOURTH R O W : Bill A g r e , Jack Hill, Ed Schmidt, G l e n Swier, Tim Mulder, Bob A m b r o s e , Dave Fowler, W a y n e Brana, Jim Lampert, David K r a g t , D w a y n e Boyce, Bill A s h b y , M a r k Halverson, Steve Berger, Jeff Maatman, G a r y O e g e m a , Steve H o o k , Dale Q u a c k e n b u s h , David G e r b e r , Phil M c C u l l o u g h .

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FRONT R O W : Director Roger Davis, Sheryl Kornoelje, Karen W o r t l y , Susan V a n H o u t e n , Sandy Jenkins, Kathy Kuivila, Bee Chin Tan, Debbie G e r b e r , Peggy Henninges, Lynn Raffety, Denise Burks, N o e l Holly, Donna Baird, Cathie Tilroe, Cathy Cox, Barbara Bergold, Beth Daubenspeck, M a r t h a N o r d e n . S E C O N D R O W : Kathy Butts, Kitty Cleason, Celaine Bouma, Laura Earle, RaeAnne Slone, Phek Hwee Yen, Valerie W i n s l o w , Jill N i h a r t , Linda Smith, A l a n Kieda, Dan Oster, Steve M c C u l l o u g h , Sharon C a r n a h a n , Janis Nelson, Kathy Sawinska, N a n c y Lampman, Susan VanDis. THIRD R O W : Lee A n n S o o d s m a , G a y l e G r e e n h a l g h , M a r y Rumman, Donna Kocher, Lori M e d e m a , Sally O i l m a n , Jude Page, Dale Boss, Sue Edgcomb, D o u g Irons, Dave Petty, Phil Larink, Karry Ritter, Peter Brink, Paul Hayes, Karen W o l d m a n , M a r j i e Suydam, M e r a l Saylor, Beth Clinkenbeard, N a n c y M a c Millen. FOURTH R O W : Sally M a r e m a , M a r i l y n Johnson, Ingrid Heyden, Cathy Johnson, A n n Northuis, Debra V a n S w e d e n , Laurie Zoet, James Peterson, Johnathan Smeenge, D a v i d Whitehouse, Thomas Kennedy, W a r r e n Schmidt, A d e l i a Decker, Susan G i b b s , Colleen Cochran, Janine Hahn, Jodi Thurston, Catherine V a n M a t e r , Sherry Zylstra. FIFTH R O W : Margot Hoeksema, M a r g i e Johnson, Kelly MeLain, Rae Syswerda, Kathy Housman, Beth Visscher, Sara G a y l o r d , M i k e D ' O y l y , Lou Hoekstra, G a r y Voshol, Michael Baird, Scott S n o w , Randy W e e n e r , D o n a l d W h i t e , Doug V a n Den Berg, A n n e Fries, Kathy M a s o n . SIXTH R O W : Sharlene Kraal, Cathy Heise, G a y l e Rudis, Liz Becker, Gretchen Coffill, Chris W o u d w y k , Kathy Stratton, Glennie Russcher, Sally Meeusen, Carl Toren, Larry Byl, Nevin W e b s t e r , Jeff De Vree, Paul Daniels, Terry Bosch, Dewey Thompson, C l i f f o r d Amels, Jan Poppen, A n n M i n e r , Pat Bongo, Eileen Doyle.

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Piccolo Jill Lowmon Flutes Melissa G u t w e i n

Claudea Rice

Forrest Evans

Pamela Ripperda

Roy Johnson

M a r y Staal

Paul V a n S c h o u w e n

G l o r i a Thome

Robert Williams

M a r y VandenBerg

Debra Bruininks Laurie Daniels Leigh D e W o l f e

Horns A l t o Clarinet Karen Bilow

Patricia Klungle Nancy MacMillen Maria McMullin

Cynthia Toellner

Trombones Contrabass Clarinet Scott Craig

Scott Bradley Michael Land Jon N o b l e

A l t o Saxophones Judy Cook

James W i l d g e n

Susan Edgcomb

Lenann Williams Oboes

William Ashby Randy W e e n e r

Bass Clarinet

Marie M o n t a n a r i M e r a l Saylor

Allison Kinch

Karl Slentz

M a r k Hulsebos

Noel W i n g

Jennifer Parker

David Wissink

Kathleen M c C a r t h y Tenor S a x o p h o n e Bassoon

Scott H a r l o w

Beth DeJong

Baritones Larry DeVuyst Gregory Wortley

Baritone S a x o p h o n e Clarinets

W i l s o n Richardson

Dawn Ingall A d e l i a Decker

Tuba Robert A m b r o s e

Trumpets

Beth Lambers

Michael Atchley

Laura M c M u l l i n

William Agre

Linda Pyle

Ryan A d o l p h

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Susan A h l g r i m Carol Cook Rachel Huttar

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Susan Schiffer

Melissa G u t w e i n

Jane V a n d e n b e r g

Judith Cook

Marianne Walck

Karen Handel

Ellen Bijersma

Roy Johnson Paul V a n Schouwen

Julie Vukin

Laurie V a n A r k Susan V a n Haitsma

Allison Kinch Janice Laman Trumpet

Oboe Viola

D a w n Ingall

Peggy Lubbers

Linda Mitchell Sandra Ritchie

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Scott Bradley

Laura M c M u l l i n Cello Stephen Eliason

Mary Vandenberg

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student congress FRONT R O W : Tim V a n H e e s t , M a r y D a l m a n , Brenda Conklin, S a n d y M e e t o r , Jim Selbach, M i k e Drahos, Ed Ryan. S E C O N D R O W : Paula Bush, Pam Kirby, Linda Bos, Carol Patterson, Steve V a n W y l e n , Steve A l k e m a , Stew G r a h a m , M a r y Voskuil. THIRD R O W : H a n k Shadw e l l , Kim W i l l i a m s , Roger Prindle, G w e n DeBoer, Jim Donkersloot, Dave Teater.

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boker scholars

FRONT R O W : Cheryl Booher, Julie De W i t t , Beverly V a n Den Berg, N a n c y Ponstein, Dorothea M e g o w , M a r y W i t t y . S E C O N D R O W : John Brown, John Smith, James Donkersloot, David M a r k e r , Bob Verduin, Ekdal Buys, Melvin Harju, Douglas Heerema, Robert Cline, Barrie Richardson.


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ossociotion for computing mochinery

FRONT R O W : Bruce H e r m a n , M a h m o o d M a s g h a t i , D o u g K n a p m a n , Tom Westervelt, Dale Boss, Laura C a m p , Sue A h l g r i m . S E C O N D R O W : G e o r g e Blaske, Peter Brink, Loren Kleis, Charlie Seifert, Dave Boundy, Jim Diephuis, G a r y Nieuwsma. THIRD R O W : G r e g Sims, Tom Lennox, Ron Hieby,

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1. H o w a r d Mikle. 2. M i k e Engelhardt. 3. Jim Selbach. 4 . Everett Slentz. 5. Deb V a n H o e v e n . 6. Janet Cross. 7. Tkuko O k a d o . 8. N a n c y N o o r d h o f f . 9. W e n d y G r e e n w o o d . 1 0. Pete M a n t i n g .

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germon club

FRONT R O W : M a r c i a M y a a r d , Peggy Zevalkink, Douglas Crew, M a r y Jo Coughenour, Fern S h o e m a k e r , Kathy Tatz, Kristina M a r t i n e z . S E C O N D R O W ; Gisela Strand, N a n c y Leonh a r d t , Karmen M e y e r , Barbara G e e t i n g , M a r i a n n e W a l c k , Larry Wildschut, Emily O n d r a , Robert DeYoung, Larry Johnson. THIRD R O W ; A l a n Bedell, N a n c y Pukell, Ingrid Heyden, Ursula N e b l u n g , G e r h a r d M e g o w .

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geology club a^/4? 1. V a n Burbach. 2. Becki Balok. 3. Jan Loveless. 4 . G a i l De Boer. 5. Charles O t t o . 6. Robin Frisbee. 7. Bob Drake. 8. David Crisman. 9. Rick W a l t e r s . 10. John Klanke. 1 1. Don Penniman. 1 2. Barb Vis. 1 3. Barb Davis. 1 4. Barb Pyzanowski. 15. Scott Snow. 16. Bob Delaney. 17. Jere C a d o r e t . 1 8. A n d y Loree. 1 9. Bob W o o d .

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I . Sarah M o u w . 2. M a r i a Castillo. 3. A m y Klapp. 4. M a r g a Cardoner. 5. A n t o n i a Searles. 6. Carlos Carus. 7. Ernesto Jimenez. 8. Cathy Van Pelt. 9. Elizabeth Decker. 10. Cathy Bliss. I I . Richard W o l f . 12. Joe Dellaria. 13. Hubert W e l l e r . 14. Peggy Hart. 15. Diana Faller. 16. Jorge Fernandez. 17. Kristina M a r t i n e z . 18. Orestes Pino. 19. Jean Lineweaver. 2 0 . Julie W e a v e r . 2 1 . Zenaida Mascorro. 22. Diana Lutterbein. 23. Chris M c G u i g a n . 24. Scott Wregglesworth.

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VIOLIN Jane V a n d e n b e r g

Laura M c M u l l i n

Faith Fisherman

Linda Pyle

Carol Cook

C a r o l y n McCall

Susan A h l g r i m

Marjorie Suydam

Beth Daubenspeck

Mark VanArendonk

Rachel Huttar

Catherine V a n M a t e r

Thomas Kennedy Linda Mitchell

Tim V a n S l o o t e n BASS

BASSOON Phyllis Hager Beth DeJong HORN James W i l d g e n David Boundy

Sandra Ritchie

Peggy Lubbers

Allison Kinch

Susan Schiffer

Judith Bergsma

Jan Laman

Kathleen Tatz

Bob Baker

Lynn Thornburg

Craig Potter

Robert Torreson

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W i l l i a m Tomlin

Melissa G u t w e i n

Michael Atchley

Rick V a n d e r M e u l e n

Judith Cook

Marc Cormack

Marianne Walck

M a r i a McMullin

VIOLA Laurie V a n A r k

Jane Visser OBOE

Roy Johnson TROMBONE Scott Bradley

Karen Handel

Julie Vukin

Terri Rohlck

Ellen Bijkersma

Tom Langejans

Fern Shoemaker

Kathleen M c C a r t h y

Sandy VanderRoest

Susan V a n H a i t s m a Joanne W h i t e f l e e t CELLO Stephen Eliason

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r I . Laurie V a n A r k . 2. Ann N e t h e r y . 3. Rick Carlson. 4. N o r m a O'Brien. 5. Bill A s h b y . 6. Paul Johnson. 7. Cheryl Blodgett. 8. M a r i a n V o e t b e r g . 9. Joan Vander Kooi. 10. Holly W a r r e n . I I . M a r t h a S u y d a m . 12. A n n Boven. 13. Debbie Herzog. 14. Paul V a n Schouwen. 15. Judy Cook. 1 6. Lee A n n Soodsma. 1 7. Kathy M a s o n . 1 8. Lola M a z z a . 1 9. Debbie Cleason. 2 0 . Linda Mitchell. 2 1 . Allison Kinch. 2 2 . Jan Evans. 2 3 . Sandy Ritchie.

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Aardema, Gaye; 92 Aardema, William; 92, 162 A b e , John; 9 2 , 141 A c k e r m a n , Beth; 9 2 , 1 7 4 A c k e r m a n , Brad; 172 Acri, Robert; 92, 1 2 9 Adcock, Sharon; 82 A g r e , Bill; 2 1 2 Ahlgrim, Susan; 8 2 , 1 6 0 Akerman, Michele; 5 2 A k k e r , Brian; 9 2 Alderink, Gordon; 52, 149, 162 Aldrich, Ginger; 52 Alexander, Kathy; 5 2 , 179 Alicki, Tim; 8 2 Al-Malki, Mohamed; 135 A l k e m a , Steve; 5 2 Ambrose, Bob; 2 1 2 Amels, Clifford; 92 Anderson, Carol; 9 2 Anderson, Gary; 74 Anderson, Janet; 5 2 Anderson, Kathy; 142 Anderson, Michelle; 9 2 Anderson, Sven; 5 2 , 171 A n d r e a , Laurie; 2 5 Angle, Robert; 9 2 , 1 4 9 A n k e r , Paul; 9 2 , 1 6 7 A n t o n a k , Penny; 7 4 Appell, Ken; 149 Archer, Paula; 25 Ascherenner, Charles; 111 A s h b y , Bill; 2 1 2 Athey, LuAnn; 74 A t h e y , Phyllis; 8 2 Atkins, John; 82 Atkinson, Barbara; 9 2 A t w o o d , Chris; 5 2 , 21 8 Aufderheide, Mary; 82, 137, 142 Ausema, Jim; 8 2 , 1 5 4 , 1 6 7 Axberg, Alan; 1 72 A z k o u l , Therese; 7 4 Boar, Miriam; 74, 142 Baas, C o r a ; 8 2 , 1 7 4 Babinski, D u a n e ; 9 2 Babinski, K a t h y r n ; 7 4 Badmen, Becky; 7 4 Baeverstad, M a r k ; 8 2 , 154 Baird, D o n n a ; 9 2 Baird, D o u g ; 172 Baker, David; 7 4 , 167, 1 8 6 Baker, Robert; 92 Baker, Susan; 7 4 , 1 7 4 Bakker, Harold; 111 Bcikker, S t e v e ; 7 4 Baldauf, Garth; 82 B all, N a n c y ; 5 2 , 2 1 2 Ballard, Casandra; 9 2 Balok, Rebecca; 8 2 Baraski, D e b o r a h ; 5 2 , 2 1 2 B a r k e r , B a r b a r a ; 11 1 Barker, Ellen; 5 2 , 151 Barkes, T h o m a s ; 7 4 , 1 2 9 , 1 4 1 , 1 7 1 Barnett, M a r t h a ; 1 7 4 , 2 1 2 Barry, Peter; 7 2 Bartels, D a v i d ; 7 4 , 1 4 7 Bartels, Jennifer; 7 4 Bartels, M a r i l e e ; 5 2 , 1 8 9 B a r t e l s , Priscilla; 8 2 , 1 7 4 , 2 1 2 Barthel, Ruth; 7 4 Barton, Pom; 8 2 Baters, Patricia; 9 2 Batey, Diane; 5 2 , 181 Batts, D a v i d ; 1 2 9 Baudiment, Annie; 9 2 , 1 9 3 , 2 2 2 Bauer, Lynn; 5 2 , 1 9 4 Bauman, Ken; 143, 162 Baxter, W a n a d a ; 8 2 , 153 B e a c h , Leslie; 1 1 1 Beahm, Catherine; 74 Beachum, Perry; 1 2 9 Beak, Cheryl; 8 2 Beane, Pam; 1 6 0 Beard, David; 8 2 Bearman, Brenda; 5 2 Beck, K e i t h ; 8 2 Beckeman, Jeff; 92, 1 4 9 , 1 6 7 Becker, Elizabeth; 9 2 Bedell, A l a n ; 1 1 1 , 2 2 2 Bedor, James; 82, 141

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Beereboon, Kurt; 9 2 , 135 Beers, S u s a n ; 5 2 Begley, A n d y ; 7 4 Beissel, H o w a r d ; 1 2 9 Benes, G o r d o n ; 7 4 Bennett, Kurt; 1 2 9 Bennett, N a n c y ; 5 3 Bennett, Tim; 8 2 , 1 6 2 Bere, C i n d y ; 7 4 Bergen, Karen; 5 3 Berger, Steven; 5 3 , 1 4 5 , 186, 21 2 Berger, Sue; 5 3 , 1 3 6 Bergold, Barbara; 9 2 Bergsma, A u d r e y ; 9 2 Bergmann, Steve; 2 1 2 B e r g s t r o m , Bill; 8 2 , 1 6 7 Berens, W a r r e n ; 7 4 Berman, Karen; 201 Berman, Deborah; 111 Berry, Lynn; 21 2 Bertalan, Sarah; 193 Bertsch, M a r y J o ; 1 4 2 , 1 5 0 Besselsen, A l a n ; 7 4 , 1 6 8 Beuker, Katherine; 8 2 , 2 1 2 Bevan, C r a i g ; 7 4 Bevington, Jerry; 7 4 , 155, 1 6 7 Bian, N a n e t t e ; 9 2 , 1 4 2 , 1 5 0 Bijkersma, Eleonore; 8 2 Billups, J a c k l y n n ; 5 3 Billow, K a r e n ; 5 3 , 1 8 2 Bingel, B r a d f o r d ; 9 2 Bishop, Stephen; 8 2 , 1 6 0 Bjorkiand, Kathy; 82 Blackwell, Anne; 136, 1 8 2 B l a c q u i r e , Bill; 1 2 9 B l a i r , Cindy,- 7 4 Blair, Lynne; 5 3 Blasch, D a v e ; 8 2 , 1 6 7 Blaske, G e o r g e ; 7 4 Blauw, Daniel; 74, 198 Blauw, David; 74 Blauw, Ellen; 9 2 Blemly, Jayne; 9 2 Bliss, G r e g ; 7 4 , 1 2 9 Blodgett, Cheryl; 5 3 , 2 1 2 Bloemendall, Dirk; 5 3 Blue, A l y s o n ; 8 2 Bobeng, Barb; 5 3 , 191 Boehl, Holly; 9 2 Boelens, Kristin; 7 4 Boelens, Lucinda; 5 3 Boelkins, M a r k ; 9 2 , 1 4 3 , 1 4 7 , 1 6 2 Boer, M a r l i n ; 8 2 , 1 6 7 Boerighter, Tom; 171 Boerman, Barbara; 7 4 Boers, M a r k ; 8 2 Boers, Susan; 5 3 Boersema, Robin; 8 2 , 181 Boersma, Betsy; 7 4 Boes, J e f f ; 8 2 , 2 0 4 Boeve, Jane; 9 2 , 142 Boeve, Robert; 92 Bolhouse, Shirley; 9 2 Bonem, Reno; 111 Bonga, Pat; 9 2 Bonnette, John; 1 2 9 Boon, Cris; 9 2 , 1 7 4 Boose, Jerry; 5 3 , 1 6 2 Bos, B r u c e ; 9 2 , 1 2 9 Bos, L e e A n n ; 8 2 Bosch, P h il; 7 4 , 1 4 7 , 1 6 2 Bosch, Richard; 9 3 Bosch, Terry; 8 2 , 2 0 4 , 2 1 3 Bose, B r a d ; 8 2 , 1 4 1 , 1 6 7 Boss, D a l e ; 8 2 , 1 9 6 Boss, G a y l e ; 9 3 Boss, J a m e s ; 5 3 B o t t e m a , Lisa; 9 3 Boulton, W a y n e ; 111 Bouma, Celaine; 9 3 Bouman, Steve; 5 4 Boundy, David; 93 Boven, A n n e ; 2 1 2 Boven, Peter; 171 Bowers, Robert; 8 2 Boyce, D w a y n e ; 7 4 , 1 3 9 , 2 1 2 Boyce, M a r k ; 129, 1 5 4 , 171 Boyce, Richard; 1 2 9 Bayer, Rodney; 111 Braaksma, Carol; 142 Bradley, Brian; 8 2 , 1 6 2

B r a d y , A l l e n ; 1 11 Brana, W a y n e ; 2 1 2 Branford, John; 74 Bras, M a r y ; 5 4 Bremer, J e f f ; 7 4 Brennan, Sally; 1 8 9 Brewer, G o r d o n ; 1 1 1 , 145 Brines, D a v i d ; 9 3 , 1 2 9 , 1 4 3 , 1 6 2 Brink, P e t e r ; 7 4 Brinks, K a t h y ; 5 4 , 1 8 7 , 1 9 1 Broadbent, John; 9 3 , 1 2 9 , 171 Brock, Janet; 8 3 , 1 3 6 Brockmeier, Richard; 111 Broene, D o n a l d ; 5 4 Brookstra, Becky; 9 3 Brower, Milton; 9 3 Brown, Barbara; 5 4 , 2 0 7 Brown, John; 54, 145, 162, 198 Brown, M a r k ; 74 Brown, Robert; 111 Brown, Ronald; 54, 165 Browning, Keith; 106 Brugger, A n n ; 106 Brugger, G a r y ; 171 Bruggink, James; 8 3 Bruggers, Stephen; 5 4 , 1 6 8 Bruininks, D e b r a ; 9 3 Bruins, E l t o n ; 1 1 1 Bruins, M a r y ; 8 3 Brumels, S a l l e y ; 8 3 Bruquist, Rudy; 1 9 8 Bryant, Marshall; 9 3 Bryce, Rick; 171 Bryson, D e a n ; 111 B u c k l e y , Eric; 9 3 , 1 6 8 Buckley^ K i m ; 5 4 , 1 6 8 Buelow, Jan; 142, 155 Bueter, M i c h a e l ; 7 5 , 1 6 8 Buikema, Robert; 5 4 Buis, D a v e ; 5 4 Busard, A n d y ; 165 Bultman, James; 1 1 1 , 1 2 9 , 1 4 5 Bultman, M a t t ; 149 Bultman, Thomas; 8 3 Burbach, G e o r g e ; 9 3 Burden, Rick; 1 2 9 , 1 6 7 Burford, Kathryn; 7 5 , 182 Burgan, Micharl; 8 3 Burge, Carol; 9 3 Burgener, Brian; 1 2 9 Burger, Lisa; 7 5 , 1 3 6 , 1 4 2 Burgess, M a r v ; 7 5 Burke, Cheryl; 9 3 , 1 3 7 , 151 Burke, Jeff; 172 Burke, S a n d r a ; 8 3 Burkhart^ S h e r i ; 9 3 Burley, M i c h a e l ; 9 3 , 1 2 9 , 171 Burmeister, Pay!; 2 5 , 9 3 Burns, D o u g l a s ; 8 3 , 1 3 1 , 1 6 7 Burroughs, Jan; 9 3 Busby, A n n ; 5 4 Bush, B a r b ; 9 3 Bush, J o h n ; 5 4 , 1 6 7 Busman, Paul; 9 3 , 1 2 9 Busman, S a n d y ; 9 3 Bussema, D i a n e ; 8 3 Butcher, Lynn; 9 3 B u t l e r , Rick; 1 7 2 Butler, D a n i e l ; 9 3 Byl, L a w r e n c e ; 9 3 , 2 0 9 Byl, M a r g a r e t ; 5 4 , 1 3 6 , 1 8 2 Byrd, Julius; 1 6 2 Cahoon, Keith; 1 6 7 Callum, Jim; 135 Camp, Gary; 162 Camp, Laura; 55, 174, 196, 201 Campbell, Nancy; 83 Cannon, James; 5 5 , 141, 162 Caramaness, Harry; 2 5 Cardoner, Margarita; 93 Carlson, Richard; 5 5 Carlson, W a y n e ; 112 Carlstom, Marybeth; 9 3 Carson, M a r t h a ; 93 Carus, Carlos; 5 5 Caskey, G r e g o r y ; 7 5 C a s t i l l o , M a r i a ; 11 2 C a v a n a u g h , Kevin; 9 3 C e c i l , R o b e r t ; 11 2 Cellura, Carol; 93

C h a m p a g n e , Suzanne; 7 5 , 194, 199 Chapman, Jane; 75 Chapman, Jeffrey; 94, 172 C h a p m a n , Kim; 2 0 9 Chen, Chun Min; 94 Chockley, Mark; 9 4 Chockley, Terry; 7 5 , 1 6 0 Chodos, Julie; 9 4 Christofferson, Stan; 9 4 , 135 Churchill, Jane; 5 5 Claerbout, Mary; 55 Clair, Cindy; 2 5 , 5 5 , 2 0 1 Clair, N a n c y ; 83 Clark, Cynthia; 5 5 , 191 Clark, David; 112, 195 Clark, Kevin; 83, 1 2 9 , 1 3 9 , 145, 162 Clark, Randall; 94, 162 Clover, Lianne; 8 3 Cleason, Deb; 2 1 2 C l e g g , Jill; 9 4 Clemmens, Christine; 5 5 Cline, Robert; 112 C l i n k e n b e a r d , Beth; 9 4 Clough, John; 83 Cochran, Colleen; 9 4 , 2 0 4 , 2 1 3 Cochrane, David; 75 Coffill, Gretchen; 9 4 Cohen, William; 112, 195 Coleman, Bob; 129, 171 C o l l i n s , Bill; 1 2 9 Collins, Elizabeth; 5 5 Collins, Robert; 7 5 Conklin, Brenda; 9 4 Conklin, Diane; 7 5 , 1 7 4 , 199 Conte, M a r k ; 83 Corbishley, Anne; 8 3 Cook, Carol; 55, 75 Cook, Jeffery; 55 Cook, Judy; 75 Cook, Mark; 94, 106, 111, 129 Coughenour, Mary; 83, 222 Covino, Christine; 8 3 C o w a l l , Suane,- 5 5 Cox, Cathy; 94 Cox, Deborah; 55 Cram, Roger; 7 5 Crandall, Ann; 75, 137, 199 Creet, Catherine; 5 6 Creviere, John; 112, 1 9 3 , 2 2 2 Crew, Douglas; 168, 2 2 2 Crimp, Katherine; 83 Criscuolo, John; 1 7 2 , 1 8 6 Crisman, David; 8 3 , 1 6 0 Crittenden, Nancy; 5 6 Cross, Janet; 8 3 , 1 9 2 , 2 2 1 C r o u n s e , Lois; 8 3 Crysler, N a n c y ; 5 6 , 1 5 5 Cupery, Dennis; 83 C u r t i s , Russel; 2 5 Cuti, Lynn; 8 3 Cutshall, Hal; 132 Czerkas, Keith; 7 5 , 168 Dadd, Stephen; 9 4 Dolman, Mary; 75 D ' A m b r o s i o , Anna,- 2 5 , 8 3 Dana, Dan; 167 Dana, Walter; 155 Daniels, Paul; 25, 9 4 Danigelis, Paul; 171 Dannenberg, Mary; 94 Darbor, Dan; 83, 167 Darin, Marcy; 193 D a u b e n s p e c k , Beth; 8 3 , 1 7 4 Davenport, Ann; 94 Davis, Barbara; 83, 1 7 9 Davis, D o n ; 5 6 Davis, Roger; 112 Day, Cheryl; 83 D a y , J o h n ; 11 3 Day, Margaret; 5 6 De Block, D a v i d ; 7 5 , 2 0 9 Debo, William; 83 DeBoer, Douglas; 8 3 , 2 0 4 DeBoer, G a i l ; 5 6 , 1 7 9 DeBoer, G w e n ; 75 DeBow, Peg; 5 6 Decker, A d e l i a ; 8 3 , 1 9 7 Decker, Bill; 7 5 Decker, Elizabeth; 5 6 Decker, Ramelle; 7 5


Deenik, Robert; 5 6 DeGraaf, Marylynn; 83 Dekker, Jack; 83 DeKuiper, David; 5 6 Delaney, Robert; 84, 1 6 2 DeLeeuw, Douglas; 8 4 Delene, M a r y ; 75 Delhagen, Harold; 94, 171 Deliaria, Joseph; 84, 135 D e M a a g d , C h e r y l ; 94, 1 7 4 DeMaat, Lorraine; 5 6 Demarest, Garret; 2 1 , 1 0 6 Denham, Becky; 7 5 Denham, Blythe; 8 4 Denis, V a l e r i e ; 7 5 Denton, Carlo; 94 DenUyl Jo-Dea; 9 4 DePree, D a v i d ; 8 4 DePree, Lynn; 5 6 DePree, N a n c y ; 8 4 Derr, Steven; 113 Dershem, Herbert; 1 1 3 Deters, D r e w ; 8 4 DeVelder, Dave; 135 DeVette, Joel; 84, 1 5 4 D e V e t t e , Russel, 11 3 , 1 2 9 , 1 3 9 DeVlieger, Robert; 9 4 DeVree, Jeff; 9 4 DeVuyst, Larry; 1 6 7 D e W a a r d , Carol; 94 DeWeerdt, Debra; 56 DeWeert, Jan; 84 DeWeese, Paul; 7 5 DeWitt, Christopher; 9 4 DeWitt, Gail; 84, 142 DeWitt, Julie; 7 5 DeWitt, M a r k ; 171 DeYoung, Diane; 9 4 DeYoung, Dirk; 9 4 , 171 DeYoung, Donald; 8 4 , 162 DeYoung, Paul; 7 5 , 1 9 6 ; 2 0 9 D e Y o u n g , Peter; 8 4 , 1 6 2 DeYoung, Robert; 1 0 6 DeYoung, Robert; 8 4 , 2 2 2 DeZwaan, David; 129, 171 Dibi, Kenneth; 8 4 Dick, V i r g i n i a ; 5 6 Dickerson, Emily; 8 4 Dickie, Jane; 1 9 9 Dickson, Sue; 7 5 Diemer, Lila; 9 4 Diephuis, James; 5 7 , 1 9 6 Dieterle, Paul; 1 2 9 , 1 7 2 D i g g l e m a n n , Steve; 9 4 Dimitre, A n n ; 1 3 6 Dimon, Karen; 2 0 7 Dimon, Kay; 5 7 Dingwall, Helen; 5 7 , 182 Dirkse, L a m o n t ; 11 3 Dirkse, Sue; 7 5 , 1 4 2 , 1 5 0 Ditmar, N a n c y ; 5 7 Doerr, Tom; 5 7 D o e s c h o t , Phil; 1 4 5 Dolley, Henry; 9 4 Donoto, Renato; 5 7 Donkersloot, Jim; 1 9 8 Donkersloot, Norman; 95, 162 Donnelly, Jackie; 193, 2 2 2 Donohue, Carol; 84 Doran, Debbie; 84 D o s c h e r , Leslie; 5 7 , 1 9 0 , 2 0 1 Douglas, Katherine; 9 5 D o w n e y , S i d n e y ; 11 3 D o y l e , Eileen; 2 1 , 8 4 , 1 6 0 , 1 8 1 Dragovich, Joy; 181 D r a g o v i c h , Rick; 1 6 7 Drahos, M i k e ; 8 4 , 1 2 9 , 1 6 8 , 21 2 Drake, Barbara; 9 5 Drew, Keith; 2 0 4 Driesenga, Rhonda; 7 5 Droppers, Kurt; 1 2 9 , 1 6 2 Dulmes, J o y ; 9 5 Duncan, Jeanette; 7 6 , 1 7 9 , 1 8 7 Dunlap, Judy; 84 Dunning, David; 5 7 Dussault, P e t e r ; 8 4 Dusseau, Jerry; 1 1 3 Dwyer, Patti; 5 7 , 2 0 1 Dwyer, Scott; 8 4 Dykehouse, Jeffrey; 84 D y k e m a , Bill; 9 5 , 1 2 9

Dykstra, Dykstra, Dykstra, Dykstra, Dykstra, Dyrsten, Dzurina,

James; 84 Kris; 8 4 Paula; 8 4 , 196 Suanne; 8 4 Thomas; 7 6 William; 76, 135 Susan; 5 7

Earle, Laura; 9 5 Easton, G a l e ; 84, 1 2 5 , 1 5 4 Eberhard, Lucy; 8 4 Eckert, Robert; 2 0 7 Edema, M a r t y ; 76, 149 Edgel, Kim; 84, 168 Edwards, Bonda; 95 Egbert, Julie; 1 3 6 Ellers, J o a n n a ; 8 4 Eldrenkamp, Becky; 2 2 2 Elder, Robert; 198 Elderidge, Diane; 7 6 , 21 2 Elferink, D o n a l d ; 8 4 Elferink, D o n n a ; 8 4 Elhart, M a r y ; 7 6 Elias, G e o r g e ; 9 5 Eliason, Stephen; 7 6 , 1 6 5 Elliot, B e t h ; 1 9 9 Ellis, B r i a n ; 1 7 1 Ellison, D e b o r a h ; 7 6 E n d e a n , Eric; 5 7 Engelhardt, Michael; 9 5 , 192, 221 Ergeninger, Jan; 9 5 , 1 6 7 Erickson, D a w n ; 1 7 9 , 1 8 7 , 2 1 8 Eriks, M a r k ; 1 4 3 , 1 6 2 Essenburg, Jodi; 9 5 Evans, Forrest; 5 7 Evans, K a r e n ; 5 7 Evans, Scott; 1 3 2

Faas, Steve; 7 6 , 1 4 5 , 1 9 9 Faasse, S a n d y ; 8 4 Faber, M a r g e ; 193 Fagerstrom, Mia; 5 7 , 191 Failing, D e b b i e ; 8 5 , 1 5 5 Fair, Dixie; 2 5 Fales, T e r r y ; 9 5 , 1 4 1 Faller, D e e ; 2 1 2 Faloon, W a r r e n ; 106 Farkas, Richard; 9 5 , 171 Farkus, James; 2 0 9 Faustman, Elaine; 5 7 , 1 8 9 Fazio, Len; 1 2 9 Feenstra, Jeffrey; 9 5 Fenn, W e n d y ; 9 5 Ferguson, Bonnie; 9 5 Fernandez, Jorge; 7 6 Ferrol, Reuben; 5 7 Fiala, G l e n n ; 9 5 Field, S c o t t ; 5 8 Fierro, A n d r e s ; 9 5 Fingar, D e b o r a h ; 9 5 Finkle, Bonnie; 8 5 F i s h e r m a n , Faith; 7 6 , 1 9 0 , 1 9 6 Flanagan, Mary; 95, 174 F o b a r e , Bill; 1 4 9 Ford, Carl; 1 6 5 Ford, Charita; 8 5 Foreman, Richard; 9 5 , 1 4 7 , 1 6 7 Forman, Kathryn; 85 Forsberg, Joan; 7 6 F o r t n e y , Bill; 1 6 7 Foster, J o e l l e n ; 7 6 , 1 9 9 Fowler, David; 85, 2 1 2 Fox, H o l l y ; 5 8 , 21 2 Foye, Thomas; 5 8 , 168 France, Paul; 7 6 France, W a y n e ; 9 5 , 1 4 5 , 171 Francis, K a t h l e e n ; 2 1 Frasch, L i l y ; 9 5 Frazier, G e r r y ; 5 8 , 1 3 5 , 145 Freisatz, G l e n n ; 8 5 , 1 3 5 French, J a m e s ; 9 5 , 171 Fret, C a r o l ; 5 8 , 1 3 6 , 1 5 0 , 1 7 4 Frey, Patricia; 9 5 Fried, Paul; 1 5 5 , 1 9 5 , 2 0 4 Fries, A n n e ; 9 6 Frisbie, R o b i n ; 5 8 Fujita, S h o g i ; 1 6 8 Gabriel, Jan; 85 Gainforth, Carlo; 85

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Gallant, Dan; 160 Gomez, Maria; 76 G a r m i r i a n , James; 5 8 , 141 Gavasso, Carol; 106 Gaylord, Sara; 85, 174 G e b h a r t , Susan; 9 6 , 1 3 6 , 1 4 2 , 151 Geeting, Barb; 142, 1 9 4 , 2 2 2 Gehrig, Debra; 96 Geldmaker, Gretchen; 58, 189 Gensemer, Scott; 9 6 George, George; 212 Gerber, David; 5 8 , 21 2 Gerber, Deborah; 95, 174, 221 Gerrie, Michael; 106 Gibbs, Susan; 9 6 Gibson, John; 132, 162 G i e r m a n n , Jerry; 5 8 Gilbert, Jerry; 96, 129, 162 Gillette, Laurie; 5 8 Gillette, Richard; 5 8 Gillis, W i l l i a m ; 115 Gilman, Sally; 9 6 Gilmore, Ken; 9 6 Glover, Robert; 9 6 Gnade, Diane; 76 Goeman, Don; 96 Goetz, David; 58 Goetz, Martha; 58 G a n d e r , Jo A n n ; 21 G o r d o n , Rick; 1 2 9 Gottlieb, John; 5 9 Gouwens, Kay; 76, 195 G r a h a m , Terese; 7 6 Graham, William; 59, 198 G r a n b e r g , Lars; 11 5 Grannis, Ted; 129, 162 Green, Lawrence; 115, 1 29, 1 4 7 Grant, Mary; 85 Grant, Robert; 106 Greenhaigh, Gayle; 76 G r e e n w o o d , W e n d y ; 7 6 , 192, 21 2, 221 Greeting, Barb; 8 5 Grevenstuk, George; 5 9 G r i f f e n , Laurie; 8 5 Griswold, Rodney; 9 6 Grochowski, Debbie; 9 6 , 151 Grosse, Reinhold; 9 6 Gulu, William; 96 Gunther, Rob; 172 Gurtler, G r e g ; 8 5 , 145, 171 G u t h , Brian; 8 5 , 1 2 9 , 1 4 5 Gutwein, Melissa; 5 9

Hager, Derrick; 9 6 H a g e r , Phyllis; 1 9 7 Hahn, P a t ; 1 5 5 H a k k e n , Ruth; 8 5 Haldeman, Gail; 85 Hale, Susan; 9 6 Hallenbeck, Gordon; 9 6 Hallenbeck, Nancy; 5 6 Halverson, Mark; 212 H a m b l e t o n , Lynn; 5 9 Hamstra, Melody; 76, 174 Happe, George; 59, 160 Harburn, Todd; 85, 129, 162 Hardy, Willie; 96, 162 Harju, Melvin; 115 Harmelink, Mary; 76, 174 p B a r p e r , Patti; 5 9 Harrington, Jane; 115 H a r r i s o n , Bill; 8 5 , 1 4 9 , 1 7 1 H a r s o n o , Budi; 5 9 Hart, Peggy; 85 i Hartje, Karen; 85, 136, 142, 151 H a r t m a n n , Tim; 5 9 , 1 6 7 , 1 9 8 H R a r v e y , Diane; 59, 182, 187 r Hasek, Kenneth; 7 6 Hash, Jon; 8 5 Haug, Sylvia; 85 Haverdink, Randy; 1 2 9 H a v e r k a m p , Kirk; 172 Hayes, Paul; 21, 8 5 Hedlund, Vicki; 8 5 , 1 9 9 Hedstrand, Dave; 167, 196 Heerema, Douglas; 115 Heiby, Ronald; 96, 160 Heise, Catherine; 9 6 , 1 7 4 , 2 2 2 Hellstrom, Lauren; 9 6 Helmick, Meri-Jo; 6 0 Helmus, Brad; 8 5 , 1 6 7

Hemenway, Stephen; 2 1 , 115 Henkel, Thomas; 9 6 Hendrickson, Dan; 1 2 9 H e n d r i c k s o n , Kristin; 7 6 , 1 5 1 Heneveld, Steve; 162 Henrickson, A m y ; 8 5 H e n r i c k s o n , Rita; 6 0 Hensler, S a r a h ; 6 0 , 1 7 9 , 1 8 7 , 191 Herbeck, Barbra; 6 0 , 1 7 4 H e r m a n , Bruce; 8 5 , 1 9 6 H e r m e n e t , Lisa; 7 6 , 1 7 1 Hertel, M a r y a n n ; 6 0 Herzog, Deborah; 6 0 , 2 1 2 , 2 2 5 Hess, J i m ; 7 6 Hesselink, Rachel; 7 6 , 1 9 8 Heyden, Ingrid; 6 0 , 2 2 2 Hichwa, Bryant; 115 Hickman, Jim; 171 Hierlihy, Peggy; 7 6 , 1 3 6 Hietbrink, Denise; 6 0 Higgins, Craig; 162 Higgins, David; 6 0 , 1 6 0 H i g g i n s , Rose; 7 6 H i l d e b r a n d , Elaine; 8 5 Hill, Jack; 2 5 , 7 7 , 2 1 2 Hillegonds, William; 106 Hilton, Bruce; 9 6 , 1 4 3 H i m e b a u g h , Bruce; 1 0 6 Hines, James; 7 7 Hipwell, Brian; 8 5 , 1 6 7 Hire, D a w n ; 7 7 Hoeksema, Margot; 9 6 H o e k s e m a , Renze; 1 1 5 H o e k s e m a , Renze; 9 6 , 1 3 5 , 1 9 8 H o e k s e m a , Richard; 7 7 Hoekstra, John; 96, 2 0 9 H o e k s t r a , Louis; 8 5 , 1 3 1 , 1 4 5 , 1 6 2 Hoffman, Debra; 85, 155 H o f f m a n , Lucinda; 9 6 H o l l e m a n , J a n i t a ; 11 5 H o l l e n b a c h , J o h n ; 11 5 Holmes, Jack; 116, 198 Holthouse, Ann; 96 Holtz, M a r k ; 60, 135 Holwerda, Douglas; 6 0 , 129 H o l w e r d a , Jim; 8 5 , 1 2 9 , 1 3 9 Hong, Michael; 77 H o n h o l t , Bruce; 6 0 , 1 6 2 Hoogerhyde, Doug; 85, 198 H o o g e r w a y , Steve; 1 9 0 Hoogstra, Susan; 6 0 Hook, Steve; 85, 2 1 2 Hooker, Michael; 7 7 Hoos, David; 8 6 , 167 Hoover, Bobbi; 160 Horn, Jim; 8 6 , 1 6 8 Hospers, M a r y ; 7 7 , 2 1 2 Hostetler, Lori; 8 6 Houghton, Paula; 8 6 , 2 0 4 Housman, Kathy; 86, 181, 2 2 2 H o w a r d , Jim; 8 6 Howitt, Colleen; 9 6 Hoyt, Suzanne; 60, 136 Hsu, J o h n s o n ; 6 0 , 1 9 0 , 2 1 2 Huizenga, Mike; 97, 143 Hulschos, M a r k ; 9 7 Hunt, Bob; 162 ' Hunt, Jack; 8 6 Hunt, Scott; 86, 1 3 2 , 145, 1 6 2 H u r f o r d , Pat; 9 7 Hutchenson, Sandra; 6 0 Huttar, Charles; 1 16 Huttar, Lydia; 194, 2 1 2 H y d e , Richard; 61 lams, H o w a r d ; 1 1 6 Ingall, D a w n ; 61 Irons, Doug,- 8 6 , 1 4 5 Ismail, H a b i b ; 1 3 5 Itzen, M a r k ; 7 7 James, David; 6 1 , 1 9 1 , 193, 2 1 2 Japinga, Norm; 106, 129, 149 Jekel, Eugene; 1 1 6 Jelensperger, Steve; 9 7 Jellema, Calvin; 9 7 , 145 Jellema, Dirk; 116 Jenkins, S a n d r a ; 9 7 Jennings, Lynne; 2 5 Jensen, J o h n ; 61 Jentz, A r t h u r ; 1 1 6

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Johansen, June; 61 Johnson, David; 9 7 , 1 3 5 Johnson, Glenn; 1 31 Johnson, Jacelyn; 8 6 , 181 Johnson, Jeanne; 9 7 Johnson, M a r g i e ; 182 Johnson, Marilyn; 9 7 Johnson, N a n c y ; 8 6 Johnson, Paul; 6 1 , 2 1 2 J o h n s o n , Ricki; 6 1 Johnson, Tim; 129, 141 Johnson, Tom; 8 6 Jolman, Dawn; 9 7 Jones, Joanne; 9 7 Jousma, Carolyn; 9 7 Jurik, D e a n ; 9 7 , 1 2 9 Kalkwarf, Deborah; 7 7 Kallemyn, Sue; 9 7 Kammeraad, David; 79 Kammeraad, Judy; 6 1 , 153 Kamps, Linda; 7 7 Kane, A l i k e ; 9 7 Kasmersky, Nancy; 142 Katsube, N o r i k o ; 7 7 Katt, Leah; 6 1 Kaufman, Elizabeth; 7 7 Kawlaski, Melodie; 9 7 Keedle, Betsy; 9 7 , 2 2 2 Keith, M a r k ; 8 6 Kelley, S a n d y ; 9 7 Kempers, Thomas; 8 6 , 1 6 7 Kenbeek, Deborah; 9 7 Kerle, A r t h u r ; 7 7 Kerlikowske, Beverly; 2 5 Keyes, Helen; 1 9 0 Khamsi, A h m a d ; 7 7 Kiani, M o h a m m a d ; 6 1 Kiany, Esfandiar; 6 1 Kieda, A l a n ; 86 Kieffer, Dave; 6 1 , 1 6 7 Kiel, Daniel; 7 7 Kincheloe, Mike; 135 King, Heather; 9 7 Konoshita, Bev; 6 1 , 193, 1 9 9 Kirby, Pom; 9 7 Kirk, B r a d ; 8 6 , 135, 1 6 2 Kirk, Larry; 9 7 , 162 Klapp, Amy; 86 Klapthor, Marky; 8 6 Klassing, J o a n ; 6 1 Klassing, Randal; 9 7 , 171 Klassen, C i n d y ; 9 7 Klaver, Tharlo; 86, 1 2 9 , 141 Kleiman, Randy; 8 6 Klein, David; 116 Klein, Sue; 1 7 4 Klein, John; 7 7 , 1 6 8 Kleis, L o r e n ; 7 7 Kleis, R e b e c c a ; 9 7 Klem, Stephen; 9 7 Kloosterhouse, Laurie; 9 7 Klungle, John; 108 Klungle, Patricia; 7 7 Knapman, Doug; 131, 145 Knecht, Beth; 2 2 2 Knecht, T o d d ; 1 5 4 , 1 6 2 Kniff, Kevin; 129 Kniowski, W a l t e r ; 6 1 , 141 Knudson, Karen; 7 7 Kobus, James; 61 Kocher, D o n n a ; 9 7 Koeppe, Sarah; 7 7 , 1 8 7 Kolean, M a r y ; 77, 142 Kolenko, Kathy; 6 2 , 182 Kooiker, Anthony; 116 Kooistra, Sharon; 8 6 , 1 3 7 , 1 4 2 , 151 Koopman, Doug; 129 Koops, Larry; 6 2 Koops, M y r a ; 7 7 Koorstra, Janice; 9 7 Kopach, Steve; 1 5 4 Kornoelje, Sharon; 9 7 Kostoshak, John; 8 6 , 131, 162 Korstange, Kathleen; 6 2 , 199 Kovacs, Linda; 6 2 Kowolski, Melody; 136 Kraay, Linda; 8 6 Kraft, George; 117, 129 Kragt, David; 86, 2 1 2 Kragt, Paul; 7 7

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Kraker, Herbert; 8 6 K r a m e r , W a y n e ; 11 7 K r e b s b a c h , Peter; 9 7 , 1 3 5 , 1 6 8 Kremer, Cheryl; 8 6 , 1 7 4 Kremers, Lauri; 9 7 Kroon, M a r y ; 7 7 K r o p f , Kris; 7 7 Krueger, Cookie; 160 Krueger, Dick; 8 6 , 145 Kuipers, D o u g ; 8 6 Kuivila, Kathryn; 8 6 Kuizenga, Jane; 8 6 K u p f r a i n , Russ; 2 5 Kruzenberger, Lynn; 6 2 Kutzleb; Ken; 6 2 LaBaugh, Thomas; 1 0 6 Laman, Jan; 6 2 Laman, Jim; 8 6 Lamners, Beth; 9 7 Lambert, Jean; 1 36, 142, 1 8 9 Lambert, Nancy; 62 Lambrix, Brad; 172 Lambrix, Brenda; 174 Lammers, Craig; 6 2 , 1 5 4 Lampen, N a n c y ; 9 8 Lampen, Mike; 7 7 Lampert, Jim; 2 1 2 Land, M i k e ; 7 7 , 167 Lane, Diane; 8 6 , 1 5 0 Lane, J o h n ; 9 8 L a n e , Lisa; 9 8 Langejans, Tom; 9 8 Laning, Robert; 8 7 Larink, Phil; 9 8 Laslo, D i a n e ; 9 8 , 2 2 2 Latzanich, G e o r g e ; 6 2 , 2 0 9 Law, Robin; 21, 9 8 , 142 Learned, Carol; 9 8 LeBpeuf, C a t h y ; 1 3 6 Lee, P e g g y ; 6 2 Leedecke, Jane; 7 7 Leenhouts, David; 9 8 Leenhouts, M a r k ; 8 7 , 1 6 7 Lees, B o b ; 1 2 9 , 1 7 1 Lehmann, Sarah; 8 7 Lemmen, Mileah; 9 8 Lemmer, Robin; 7 7 Lennox, Tom; 98 L e o n h a r d , Bill; 9 8 , 1 6 2 Leonhardt, Nancy; 8 7 , 194, 2 2 2 Leonwich, Jill; 7 7 Lievense, B a r b a r a ; 9 8 Lightowler, Jean; 7 7 Lind, M a r k ; 6 2 Lineweaver, Jean; 1 6 0 Lipp, Richard; 7 7 Litts, D a v i d ; 6 2 Litts, K a y ; 6 2 Lobb, Ken; 7 7 Lock, Terry; 1 3 2 , 1 4 3 , 1 4 9 L o h m a n , P h il; 7 8 Lohr, Ralph; 6 2 Lakers, Ray; 6 2 , 1 9 6 Londono,John; 222 Lont, Tim; 9 8 , 1 2 9 Lorenz, Steve; 129 Lorince, M a r g a r e t ; 9 8 L o u m a n , P h il; 7 8 Lound, Dianne; 9 8 Loveless, J a n e t ; 6 3 , 1 7 9 Lovett, S h a r o n ; 1 4 2 Lovett, S h a w n ; 9 8 Lowe, Diane; 7 8 L a w m a n , Jill; 8 7 Lubbers, Pat; 9 8 Lubbers, Peggy; 8 7 Lukow, Gus; 6 3 , 145, 1 6 7 Lundie, G r e g ; 9 8 Lupkes, D e b ; 8 7 Lupkes, Janet; 6 3 Luskey, A m y ; 8 7 Lutterbein, Diana; 8 7 M a a s s e n , Louis; 2 5 Maassen, Peter; 145 Maatman, Debra; 87 M a a t m a n , Jeff; 6 3 Macbeth, Paula; 8 7 , 174 MacDoniels, Joseph; 1 1 7 Mackiewicz, 168, 2 0 9

Mackinnon, Nancy; 87 M a g e e , Phil; 1 2 9 Mahood, Sharon; 117 Mainwaring, Michele; 9 8 Maitland, Roger; 6 3 Major, Mike; 63 Makely, Debra; 63, 21 2 Malcolm, James; 117 Mallory, Debbie; 212 Malvitz, Lynn; 190 M a n e k e , M a t t ; 171 Mannino, Larry; 9 8 M a n t i n g , Peter; 1 9 2 , 2 2 1 Mapps, Margaret; 87 M a r e m a , Salley; 7 8 Marker, David; 108 Markwardt, Debbie; 78, 1 8 2 M a r r o n e , Lena; 155 M a r t e n s , Paul; 9 8 Martens, Tami; 21 2 Martin, James; 78 Martin, Katherine; 8 7 , 151 Martin, Nancy; 9 8 M a r t i n , Tim; 9 8 Martin, Wendy; 87 M a r t i n e z , Kristina; 9 8 , 2 2 2 Martinie, Valorie; 7 8 M a r t i n u s , Rico; 6 3 , 1 7 1 Masghati, Mahood; 63, 135, 196 Mason, Kathy; 87, 197 Mast, Andrea; 98 Mast, Carol; 63, 179 Mast, Marsha; 8 7 Matthews, Pom; 9 8 Maxwell, Ken; 8 7 Mays, Tom; 9 9 , 1 2 9 , 171 McAllister, Laura; 9 9 , 1 4 2 McAllister, Richard; 2 5 , 8 7 McBride, Rob; 87, 135 McCabe, Diane; 6 3 , 187 McCall, Carolyn; 25, 79, 99 McCallum, Nancy; 63, 198 McCarthy, Jeanne; 108 M c C o m b s , Bruce; 1 1 7 M c C o n n e l l ; Lois; 8 7 M c C u l l o u g h , Phil; 2 1 2 McDermid, Joyce; 87, 1 7 4 McElban, Karen; 8 7 Mclnnis, Betsy; 1 3 6 , 1 8 7 Mcintosh, Larry; 7 9 M c l n t y r e , Russ; 7 8 Mclntyre, William; 1 1 7 McKie, M a r y ; 9 9 M c L o u t h , Rick; 1 2 9 , 1 4 9 , 1 6 7 McMullin, Laura; 6 3 McMullin, Maria; 8 7 M c M u r t r y , Jacl<; 1 6 5 Meeuwssen, Linda; 9 9 Megow, Dorothea; 78 Megow, Gerhard; 117, 222 M e l v i l l e , Bill; 7 8 , 1 6 8 M e r v a k , Tim; 8 7 Meyer, Jeff; 78 Meyers, Isaac; 1 6 2 Michael, Delbert; 118 Michaels, Michael; 168 Middleton, Jan; 87, 174 Mikle, Harold; 192, 221 1 Mill, Sharon; 8 7 Miller, Bob; 171 Miller, Debbie; 9 9 Miller, Edwina; 7 8 Miller, Jacquelyn; 9 9 Miller, James; 6 3 , 129 Miller, Mimi; 99 Miller, Nancy; 118 Miller, Roger; 168 Miller, Tom; 9 9 , 171 Mills, A m y ; 2 1 2 Miner, Ann; 99, 174 Mitsos, Robin; 9 9 Modres, Kay; 2 0 9 Moerland, Mark; 78 Moger, George; 131, 145 M o h r , Lou; 7 8 Montanari, Marie; 99 M o o r e , Terry; 1 1 8 M o o r e d , Susan; 2 5 Moreau, William; 6 3 , 191 Morehouse, John; 6 4 M o r e y , Scott; 1 6 7

M o r i t z , Richard; 171 Morrone, Kyle; 9 9 Morse, Peter; 78 M o r t o n , Tim; 9 9 Motiff, James; 118 Motzer, Robert; 78 Mouw, Barbara; 6 4 M o u w , Sally; 174 Mujeni, Noreen; 9 9 Mulder, David; 64 Mulder, Mara; 64 Mulder, Robin; 174 M u n g a l l , W i l l i a m ; 11 8 Munn, Joe; 195 Murphy, Greg; 99 Murray, Rodney; 2 0 9 M u y s k e n s , Pat; 6 4 , 1 4 2 Muyskens, Paul; 1 6 2 M u y s k e n s , Ruth; 6 4 , 2 1 2 Myaard, Marcia; 194, 222 Myers, Isaac; 9 9 Namar, Bob; 167 N a p i e r , Tim; 9 9 Nethery, Ann; 64, 197, 222 N e u m e i e r , Beth; 7 8 N e w c o m b , Ed; 7 8 N e w k i r k , Jess; 1 0 8 Newton, Nancy; 64 Niedt, Bob; 2 5 Niehuis, Jean; 198 Nielsen, Ted; 118 N i e u s m a , Paul; 135, 168 Nieuwsma, G a r y ; 64# 1 32, 196 N i e w o e h n e r , Eric; 7 8 , 1 9 5 , 1 9 8 Nihart, Jill; 9 9 Noordhoff, Nancy; 192, 221 N o p p e r t , Jerry; 9 9 Nordby, Margrett; 99 N o r d e n , Rebecca; 6 5 , 1 7 4 , 1 8 7 Norris, Kim; 9 9 Norris, Sara; 7 8 , 136 Northuis, Susan; 6 5 N u n e z , Denise; 7 8 , 1 7 4 Nyenhuis, Jacob; 118 Nyenhuis, Karen; 9 9 Nyhuis, Jean; 78 Nykerk, Carol; 65

O'Brian, Norma; 65, 2 1 2 O'Brian, Sara; 99 Ockerse, Ralph; 118 O e g e m a , G a r y ; 21 2 O k a d a , Ikuno; 192, 221 Okker, Karen; 99 Olsen, Maureen; 99 Olsen, Shirley; 78 Olthoff, Allan; 78, 168 O n d r a , Emily; 6 5 , 193, 194, 2 2 2 Ongley, Mark; 99, 131, 145 Ortquist, Melissa; 100 O s b o r n , Paul; 129 Oster, Dan; 100, 162 Osterink> D e b ; 7 9 Ott, Tammy; 7 9 Otterness, Paul; 160, 1 6 8 , 2 0 9 Otto, Charles; 7 9

P a a r l b e r g , Russ; 1 9 5 Page, Judith; 1 0 0 Page, Tom; 6 5 , 186 Pagel, Kent; 1 0 0 , 1 6 7 Paichi, T o m a s ; 6 5 P a i n e , Doug,* 6 5 Palma, Robert; 119, 2 0 4 Palmatter, Tom; 1 0 0 Palmer, J e f f ; 7 8 , 171 Pancy, Jim; 1 2 9 , 1 6 7 Panek, Tim; 1 0 0 PapaGeorge, Mary; 100 Parish, Lenora; 2 0 4 Parker, Janet; 6 5 Parker, Jeff; 1 6 7 Parker, Jenny; 1 0 0 Parker, S a n d r a ; 119, 1 3 7 Paske, Richard; 1 0 0 , 1 4 5 , 1 6 7 Patmos, Linda; 1 5 5 Patterson, A l e x ; 1 0 0 , 1 6 2 Patterson, Carol; 1 7 4 Patterson, M a r g a r e t ; 7 9


Paul, D a n i e l ; 1 1 9 Pearse, S h a r o n ; 1 0 0 Peck, P e n e l o p e ; 1 0 0 , 1 7 4 Pedelty, Joe; 6 4 , 1 5 4 , 1 8 9 Penniman, D o n a l d ; 7 9 Peterson, Chris; 1 3 9 Peterson, D o u g ; 1 3 2 Peterson, E r i c k a ; 1 0 0 , 2 2 2 Peterson, G r e g ; 7 9 Peterson, J a m e s ; 1 0 0 Peterson, K a t h e r i n e ; 6 5 Peterson, S c o t ; 1 0 0 , 1 4 3 Petroelja, N a n c y ; 7 9 Pett, Leslie; 7 9 , 2 1 2 Petty, D a v i d ; 1 0 0 , 1 5 4 Pfeiffer, N e d ; 7 9 Philipson, Bill; 1 6 7 Phillips, Dave,* 1 4 5 Piaget, N i c o l e ; 7 9 , 1 6 0 Piccinino, M i k e ; 1 0 0 Picht, J i m ; 1 6 0 Pickell, N a n c y ; 6 5 Piers, J a m e s ; 1 1 9 Pifer, Lisa; 6 5 , 1 7 4 Pinger, S t e w a r t ; 1 9 9 Pino, O r e s t e s ; 1 1 9 Pocock, Rob; 2 1 , 7 9 , 1 6 7 , 1 8 6 , 1 9 2 , 1 9 8 Policoro, Joe; 7 9 , 1 3 5 , 1 6 5 Ponstein, L a m b e r t ; 1 1 9 Ponstein, N a n c y ; 6 5 , 1 9 6 , 2 0 1 Pontier, Scott; 1 6 7 Pope, Robin; 1 3 6 Poppen, Janet; 100, 174 Post, B o b ; 1 5 4 Post, J o n ; 7 9 Potter, K e n ; 1 4 3 Potter, Ron; 7 9 Powell, Charles; 1 1 9 Power, Virginia; 7 9 Powers, M i k e ; 1 0 0 Prediger, Steve; 100, 1 2 9 , 1 6 2 Preston, M a r k ; 7 9 , 1 7 2 Price, L i n w o o d ; 6 5 Prindle, Roger; 6 5 Prins, A l b e r t ; 1 19 Pruim, Peter; 6 6 Pukell, N a n c y ; 2 2 2 Putala, Randy; 2 0 7 Pyle, L i n d a ; 1 7 4 Pyle, M a r y ; 7 7 , 2 1 2 , 2 1 8 Pyzanowski, Barb; 7 9 , 1 7 4 Quackenbush, Dale; 2 1 2 Quarles, Mimi; 100 Quiring, Natalie; 174 Quiring, Sherwood; 6 6 , 1 35, 168 Raabe, Julie; 160 Radike, Sheryl; 1 0 0 Roe, G a r y ; 1 6 7 Raffety, Lynn; 7 9 Ralph, G e o r g e ; 1 2 0 Rainey, S a n d i e ; 7 6 Ramirez, Juan; 1 3 5 , 1 6 7 Ramsden, Chris; 6 6 , 1 4 7 Ramsden, G a r y ; 1 2 9 , 162 Rathbin, M a r i l y n ; 6 6 Ramthun, Arthur; 7 9 Ranthum, A r d e ; 1 2 9 Ratering, M a r t h a ; 1 8 7 Rathbun, M a r i l y n ; 142 Redder, Larry; 1 9 0 Reed, D o u g ; 1 0 0 Reed, M a r y ; 6 6 Reed, Phil; 1 6 7 Reeverts, R i t a ; 1 0 0 Reinking, Robert; 1 2 0 Remmelts, D a l e ; 6 6 Remtema, M a r y ; 6 6 Renner, T h o m a s ; 1 0 8 Reynolds, Jean; 1 0 0 Reynolds, W i l l i a m ; 1 2 0 , 191 Rezelman, Ann; 100, 2 0 4 Rhem, D a v i d ; 6 6 Rhodes, M a r k ; 1 6 5 Rice, C l a u d e a ; 7 9 Rice, L y n d a ; 6 6 Richards A u d r e y ; 1 0 0 Richards, T o m ; 7 9 , 1 2 9 , 1 5 1 , 1 6 2 Richardson, Barrie; 1 2 0 Richardson, Kurt; 6 6 , 1 4 5

Richardson, Todd; 1 2 9 Ridl, J a c k ; 1 2 0 Riebel, Susan; 6 6 Rieck, J o a n ; 2 1 2 Rieck, N o r m a n ; 1 2 0 Rieckhoff, Susan; 6 6 , 1 3 7 , 1 5 0 Riedlinger, Marilyn; 6 6 , 7 6 Riegler, K i m b e r l y ; 1 0 0 Riemersma, Jeff; 171 Rietberg, Roger; 9 8 , 1 2 0 Rigterink, Tom; 1 0 0 Riksen, M i k e ; 1 3 9 Ringelberg, Michael; 7 9 , 1 6 7 Ripperda, Pamela; 101 Ritcheske, Jim; 6 6 , 171 Ritsema, Robert; 9 9 , 1 2 0 Ritter, K a r r y ; 1 0 1 , 2 0 4 , 2 1 3 Rizzo, Bart; 1 4 1 Roads, Laurel; 101 Rabbins, Laura; 101 Robins, Rob; 2 0 9 Rogers, Steve; 7 9 Rollins, Eric; 1 6 7 Rouse, Betty; 1 8 2 Rumman, M a r y ; 101 Rummler, Carol; 6 6 Russcher, G l e n n y c e ; 1 0 1 Russel, P a t r i c i a ; 6 7 Ryan, Ed; 1 3 9 Rynbrant, David; 7 9 , 162 Sackett, Kristin; 1 0 1 , 1 3 6 Sanchez, Rebecca; 101 Sanford, Diane; 6 7 Santinga, John; 101 Saunders, Jeffrey; 101 Sawinska, Kathy; 151 Saxton, Paul; 6 7 Schackow, Carl; 1^1 Schaffer, Jeffrey; 101, 162 Schakel, Peter; 121 Scheer, M a t t h a i s ; 101 Schendel, Sarah; 108 Schiffer, Susan; 101 Schiling, T a m m y ; 1 3 7 , 1 4 2 Schipper, Vern; 108 Schlemmer, Fred; 1 6 0 S c h m i d t , Ed; 7 9 , 1 6 8 , 2 1 2 Schmidt, James; 6 7 , 1 6 8 Schmidt, W a r r e n ; 1 0 1 , 1 6 8 Scholl, Stuart; 6 7 , 131, 1 4 5 , 1 6 7 Scholten, John; 171, 2 0 7 Schreck, Charles; 6 7 , 171 Schroeder, David; 162 Schrotenboer, Jon; 1 3 2 Shubert, Ralph; 2 0 9 Schuiling, Philip; 6 7 Schuiling, Tamara; 101 Schultz, Selwyn; 6 7 Scott, N a n c y ; 101 Scott, Steven; 101, 171 Searles, A n t o n i o ; 121 Seel, Thomas; 6 7 Seeser, James; 121 Seifert, Charles; 1 6 5 Selbach, Jim; 6 7 , 192, 2 2 1 Semeyn, Pete; 1 2 9 Serna, Joel; 101 Shadwell, Hank; 154, 162 Sharp, Stuart; 121 Shaughnessy, John; 1 21 Shepley, Susan; 6 7 Sherburme, Frank; 9 9 , 121 Sherburne, Marie; 7 9 Shier, Lorie; 1 5 0 Shima, Meri; 6 7 , 174 S h o e m a k e r , Fern; 1 9 9 , 2 2 2 S h o e m a k e r , Louise; 6 7 , 2 0 1 Shoji, Fujita; 101 Shoun, Paul; 2 5 , 6 7 Shoup, Glenn; 167 Sietsma, Sherry; 101 Sikkema, Karen; 79 Silber, D a v e ; 1 35, 1 6 0 Sima, Thomas; 79 Sims, G r e g o r y ; 8 0 Skelton, Michael; 129, 171 Skinner, Elizabeth; 101 Slater, Bruce; 135 Slater, Dwight; 6 8 Slentz, Everett; 1 9 2 , 2 2 1

Sligh, M a r k ; 6 8 Sloan, James; 68 Sloan, John; 80, 162, 199 S l o o t h a a k , Lori; 8 0 , 2 1 2 Slotman, Earl; 8 0 , 1 4 5 Smazik, David; 8 0 Smeenge, Jonathan; 25, 101, 145 Smlrcina, M a r k ; 8 0 , 1 9 9 Smlt, D o n ; 1 4 5 Smit, Michael; 2 5 Smith, Barbra; 6 8 , 1 7 4 Smith, Craig; 168 Smith, D a v i d ; 1 0 0 , 121 Smith, D a v i d ; 8 0 , 1 9 6 Smith, Jeff; 1 6 8 Smith, John; 8 0 , 1 2 9 , 1 5 4 Smith, Linda; 101 Smith, M i c h a e l ; 101 Smith, Raymond; 1 2 2 , 1 2 9 , 1 4 9 , 1 6 8 Smith, Richard; 1 2 2 , 1 5 0 S m i t h , Rick; 6 8 Smith, Terri; 8 0 Sneller, Phil; 1 9 0 Soderstrom, Jon; 171 Soadsma, LeeAnn; 8 0 Sorrentino, M a r i a ; 2 2 2 South, Terry; 6 8 , 1 35, 1 5 4 S o u t h w i c k , Ed; 1 0 1 Spalsbury, Kim; 80, 1 3 1 , 1 4 5 , 1 6 7 k Speidel, Mike; 172 Spelving, G e o r g e ; 25 Spencer, Lynne; 101 Spitzkeit, James; 1 0 1 , 168 Sprague, Sally; 6 8 , 198 S p r e n g , Rich; 1 6 2 Sprik, Sherman; 8 0 Springer, Barbra; 6 8 Stool, M a r y ; 80, 199 Staal, Steven; 101, 131 Stagg, Geoffrey; 80 Stanford, Debra; 80 Stark, Bonnie; 101, 1 8 2 Stauffer, Brian; 1 4 7 , 1 6 7 , 1 8 6 Stearns, Robert; 1 0 1 , 171 Stears, Paul; 149 Steenwyk, Steven; 1 2 2 Steffens, G r e g o r y ; 101 Stegeman, Marsha; 101 Stegenga, James; 6 8 , 198 Steketee, Charles; 122 Stephenson, M a r g o ; 102 Sterk, Karen; 21 S t e r l i n g II, G o r d o n ; 6 8 , 1 6 8 Stevens, Kim; 1 7 4 , 2 1 2 Stites, L u c y ; 8 0 , 1 5 1 Stokoe, Susan; 102, 1 5 0 Stoup, John; 6 8 Stout, John; 2 1 , 1 0 2 Stowe, Colleen; 136 Strand, Gisela; 122, 2 2 2 Strand, Wilson; 122, 195 Strauch, C o n r a d ; 1 0 2 Strock, Karen; 6 9 Sturtevant, Deborah; 6 9 Suchecki, Kent; 102, 1 2 9 Sunderlin, Leah; 1 0 2 , 1 7 4 , 2 0 4 S u t t o n , Eugene,- 2 5 , 6 9 Suydam, Martha; 197, 2 1 2 Swanson, Jean; 137 Swanson, Margaret; 6 9 Swanson, Peggy; 2 2 2 Sweet, Blair; 8 0 S w e r t f a g e r , Leslie; 1 2 2 , 1 3 6 , 1 4 2 , 1 5 3 Swier, G l e n ; 6 9 , 1 3 5 , 2 1 2 Swinyard, Nancy; 80, 174 S w i t z e r , Rick; 6 9 , 1 3 2 Synk, Robert; 102 S y s w e r d a , Roe; 1 0 2 T a k a r a d a , Yuji; 135 Tammi, John; 101, 122 T a n , Bee C h i n ; 8 0 Tangenberg, Joy; 6 9 Tanis, E l l i o t ; 1 2 3 , 1 9 6 Tannehill, Grace; 2 5 Tatz, Kathleen; 1 8 1 , 2 2 2 Taylor, Barb; 218 Taylor, Nancy; 1 23 Teater, D a v i d ; 8 0 , 1 2 9 Ten H a v e , Lewis; 8 0 , 1 2 9 , 1 7 1 Ten H o a r , Henry; 1 2 3

T e n p a s , Russel; 6 9 , 1 3 5 Terpstra, M a u r i e ; 8 0 , 1 4 5 , 1 6 2 Terraciano, Tony; 8 0 , 149, 162 Terrel, M i l t o n ; 1 6 2 Terriby, Peter; 1 9 0 Tewinkle, William; 2 5 , 198 Thayer, Dick; 1 9 9 , 2 1 8 Thomas, Kirby; 102 Thomas, Lynn; 8 0 , 1 8 2 Thome, Gloria; 102, 150 Thompson, Dewey; 129, 167, 21 3 Thompson, Robert; 2 1 , 131 T h o r n b u r g , Lynn; 1 0 2 Thurston, Jodi; 1 3 7 , 151 T h u r s t o n , Reid; 1 0 2 Tilroe, Cathie; 1 0 2 T i m m e r , J. N o r m a n ; 1 0 8 Timmer, Paul; 6 9 Tittle, J e f f ; 1 7 1 Titus, R o b e r t ; 1 0 2 Toeller, Cynthia; 102 T o m l i n , Bill; 1 0 2 , 1 3 5 Toren, Carl; 1 0 2 , 1 6 2 Toren, G l e n n ; 8 0 , 1 6 8 , 1 8 6 Torresen, Robert; 1 0 2 , 1 6 8 Tourteilotte, Donald; 102 Treadwell, Barb; 6 9 Tramp, Nancy; 69, 2 1 2 Tsoi, H e n r y ; 6 9 T u b e r g e n , Ben; 6 9 Tundell, Bill; 1 9 0 Upchurch, Brent; 8 0 Urban, Robert; 6 9 Urquhart, Agnes; 81 Vaca, Robert; 168 Valeria, Michael; 81 Van Alten, Debbie; 7 0 V a n A r k , Laurie; 197, 2 2 5 Van Assen, Craig; 7 0 , 149 Van Dahm, Dale; 168 V a n d e Bunte, Jane; 81 V a n d e Bunte, M a r y ; 7 0 Van Dellen, David; 109 Van Dellen, Susan; 8 1 , 1 5 0 V a n D e n B e r g , Bev; 1 7 4 Vanden Berg, Carol; 8 1 , 1 8 7 V a n d e n Berg, Jan; 1 0 2 Vandenberg, Jane; 7 0 , 201 V a n d e n b e r g , Kim; 151 V a n d e n Berg, Linda; 7 0 , 21 2 Vandenberg, Margaret; 70, 194, 201 Vandenberg, Mary; 81 V a n d e n Berg, Michael; 7 0 Vanden Berge, Cathy; 1 0 2 Vanderbilt, William; 123, 131 Vander Hoar, David; 198 Vander H y d e , Steve; 1 3 9 , 162 V a n d e r K l i p p , G r e t c h e n ; 7 0 , 1 9 1 , 2 0 0 , 2 0 1 , 21 2 Vander Kolk, Craig; 7 0 Vander Kolk, John; 21 2 Vander Kooi, Joan; 2 1 2 V a n d e r Kuy, Christine; 1 0 2 Vander Loan, Jim; 81 V a n d e r l i n d , Rick; 1 4 1 Vander Vander Vander Vander

M e e r , James; M e u l e n , Rick; Molen, Craig; Roest, S a n d y ;

70, 129, 196 81 70, 162 179

V a n d e r S c h a a f , Bruce; 1 0 2 , 1 4 3 , 1 4 7 Vander Velde, Deb; 174 V a n d e r v e l d e , Richard; 1 2 3 Vander W e g e , G a r y ; 2 5 , 81 Vander W e i , David; 21, 109 V a n d e r W e r p , Sheri; 1 0 2 Vander W o u d e , Elizabeth; 102 V a n d e S t r e e k , Wes,- 1 3 9 V a n De Vusse, B a r b a r a ; 1 0 2 , 151 V a n d e W e g e , Jim; 1 4 7 V a n Dis, S u s a n ; 8 1 , 1 4 2 , 1 5 0 V a n Dop, M a r t h a ; 7 0 , 179, 21 2 V a n D o p , Philip; 81 Van Dop, Stephen; 103 V a n Duyne, Kim; 103 V a n D y k e , Jane,- 7 0 V a n D y k e , Jill, 7 1 , 1 7 9 Van Dyke, Wayne; 1 39 Van Dyken, Donald; 71, 167 V a n Eerden, Daniel; 1 2 9 V a n Ess, J a m e s ; 8 1

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V a n Eyl, F. P h i l l i p ; 1 2 3 V a n Faasen, Paul; 1 0 1 , 1 2 3 V a n G e n d e r e n , Jurt; 1 0 9 V a n Gessel, Jerrianna; 7 1 , 191, 1 9 4 , 201 V a n Hassel, Richard; 1 6 2 V a n Heest, G r e g ; 1 4 7 V a n Heest, Timothy; 7 1 , 1 2 9 , 1 5 1 , 191 Van Hemert, Mike; 81 Van Hoeven, Deborah; 103, 221 V a n Houten, Susan; 71 V a n H o v e n , Faith; 71 V a n Iwaarden, John; 102, 123 V a n K l o m p e n b e r g , Beth; 1 0 3 V a n Liere, E l a i n e ; 1 0 9 V a n Liere, T h o m a s ; 1 0 3 Van Lummel, M a r k ; 81 V a n Mater, Catharine; 103 Vannice, James; 7 1 , 1 3 5 , 168 Vanoostenburg, Mavis; 201 V a n O o s t e n b u r g , Paul; 1 3 9 , 1 4 5 V o n Pelt, K a t h l e e n ; 7 1 V a n Pernis, D a n i e l ; 7 1 , 1 3 9 , 1 4 9 , 1 6 2 V a n Portfliet, Linda; 8 1 V a n Portfliet, Sharon; 1 0 3 V a n Putten, James; 1 2 4 V a n Reesema, Fred; 1 6 7 Van Slooten,Tim; 103 Van Sweden, Debra; 81 V a n S w e d e n , Ed; 8 1 V a n Tassell, T o m ; 8 1 , 1 3 5 , 1 6 2 V a n Tuinen, Craig; 7 1 , 1 2 9 , 1 6 2 V a n Tuinen, R a y m o n d ; 1 0 9 Van Volkenburgh, Derek; 154 Van Wieren, Glenn; 1 24, 135 V o n W y k , Sandra; 71 V a n W y l e n , Gordon; 109 V a n W y l e n , Steve; 81 Van Wyngarden, Bob; 103, 147 Van Zanten, Craig; 8 1 , 168, 2 0 9 V a n Zanten, John; 1 6 8 , 186, 2 0 7 V a n Z y l , Brad; 81, 162 Venere, Cris; 1 0 3 , 1 3 7 V e r a m a y , Sherie; 1 0 3 Verduin, Bob; 71 Verhey, Allen; 124

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Verhoos, Garry; 103 Vickers, Judith; 124 Vickers, Robert; 1 2 4 Vincent, Susan; 71 Vis, B a r b a r a ; 7 2 Visscher, Beth; 1 0 3 Visscher, Christopher; 1 0 3 Visscher, Steve; 8 1 Visscher, Vickie; 1 3 6 , 1 4 2 , 151 Visser, J a n e ; 1 0 3 , 1 7 4 Voetberg, M a r i a n ; 81 V o e t b e r g , Ruth; 1 0 3 Voogd, Henry; 124 Voorhes, Dirk; 72 Voshol, G a r y ; 222 Voskuil, M a r y ; 8 1 , 2 1 2 V r o o m a n , Robert; 7 2 V u k i n , Julie; 103 Vunderink, Ralph; 102, 1 25 Waalkes, Robert; 103 W a g e n a a r , Frank; 1 0 3 W a g n e r , Rich; 1 0 3 Walck, Marianne; 222 W a l k o t t e n , Susan; 8 1 , 2 1 2 Waller, Rebecca; 2 1 2 W a l t e r s , Rick; 8 1 Ward, Amy; 81, 174, 1 8 7 , 2 1 2 W a r d , Steve; 129, 1 6 8 W a r f i e l d , K o m o ; 171 Warn, Glen; 81, 196 W a r n o c k , Peter; 1 0 3 , 1 3 5 Warren, Holly; 2 1 2 Warren, Nancy; 174 Waterstone, Jeff; 8 1 , 1 3 9 , 1 4 9 Watkins, David; 149 Watson, 103, 149 Watson, Robert; 103, 2 0 4 , 2 0 9 Watson, Steven; 103 Watterson, Suanne; 2 0 7 W e a r , Alison; 72, 193 W e a r , Paul; 168 W e a v e r , Julie; 1 8 7 W e b b , Felicia; 1 0 3 Weber, Bryan; 168

Webster, Nevin; 103, 131, 145, 190 Weener, Randy; 2 1 3 Wehner, Brad; 72 Weisman, Kerry; 190 Weller, Hubert; 103, 125 Weller, William; 72 Wells, Sandy; 174, 1 87 W e r k m a n , Barry; 109 Wernette, Mary; 182 Wertz, Janet; 72, 194 Westervelt, Thomas; 7 2 , 196 Westfall, Kimberly; 103 Weftack, Sheldon; 125 W h e e l e r , Brooks; 1 2 5 Wheeler, Nancy; 125 W h e e l e r , Rich; 7 2 , 1 6 8 W h i t e , Christine; 7 2 , 1 3 7 , 1 5 0 White, Donald; 91, 2 1 3 Whitefleet, JoAnn; 7 2 , 1 81 Whitefleet, Todd; 103 Whitehouse, David; 73, 145 Whitlock, Marc; 73, 129, 154 Whitman, Peggy; 155 Whittle, John; 125 Whritenour, David; 73 Wickert, M a r y ; 103 Wiederhold, Sandra; 103 Wiessmann, Kerry; 7 3 , 1 9 4 Wiest, David; 73, 162 W i l d g e n j i m ; 73, 145 Wildschut, Larry; 2 2 2 W i l l i a m s , B o b ; 131 Williams, Debra; 81 Williams, Donald; 125 Williams, Donald; 103, 154, 1 6 7 Williams, Lenann; 7 3 , 182 Williams, Lorma; 7 3 Williams, Steve; 81 Wilson, John; 125 Wilson, Kimberly; 73 Wing, Noel; 145, 2 0 9 Wingeier, Laura; 73 Winslow, Valerie; 81 Wisner, Larry; 81 Wissink, David; 162

Wissink, Scott; 7 3 , 1 6 2 Witty, Mary; 73 Wojda, Michael; 129, 149 W o l d m a n , Karen; 174 W o l f , Richard; 167 W o o d , Bob; 7 3 W o o d b y , Abigail; 81 W o o d w o r t h , M a r k ; 8 1 , 171 Wormmeester, Randy; 103 Woronowicz, Mondi; 103 Wortley, Gregory; 73 Wortley, Koren; 103, 174 W o u d w y k , Christine; 8 1 Wregglesworth, Scott; 103 Wrieden, David; 103, 132, 162 Wrigley, Barbara; 21, 73, 191, 201 Yajima, Yoichi; 103 Yamazaki, Hideo; 73 Yeiter, D a v e ; 129 Y e n , Phek H w e e ; 8 1 Yeomans, Jennifer; 8 1 , 199 Yeutter, John; 1 9 0 Young, Dan; 73 Yzenbaard, Shirley; 1 7 4 Zelenka, Jane; 103 Z e n d e r , S u z y ; 81 Zendler, Robert; 103 Zessin, D a v e ; 1 2 9 , 1 6 7 Zervalkink, Peggy; 2 2 2 Ziegler, Ellen; 81 Zilinski, Keith; 8 1 , 1 6 7 Zoet, Laurie; 103, 1 7 4 Zoet, M a r y ; 81, 174 Zoetewey, James; 103, 1 25, 1 9 8 Z o o k j o h n ; 103, 2 0 9 Zuverink, M y r a ; 109 Z w a r t , Lori; 1 0 3 Zylstra, Kim; 7 3 Zylstra, Sherry; 7 3 Zylstra, Steve; 7 3 , 2 0 4


I w o u l d like to thank those w h o helped to make Milestone ' 7 6 the book that it is. Paula H oughton and Jeff Boes, w h o helped to organize the book and keep things running smoothly. Steve Zylstra, Randy Putala, and Bob W a t s o n , for t a k i n g , developing, a n d printing the many pictures in the b o o k . Tom R e n n e r , C o l l e e n C o c h r a n , Keith D r e w , Lenora Parish, Leah Sunderlin, Ann Rezelmen, and D o u g De Boer, f o r h e l p i n g out when a n d where they could, and d o i n g the little things that saved me so much time. Robert Palma and Paul Fried, for t h e i r a d v i c e in s o l v i n g p r o b l e m s that I faced. Stevens' Studios, for their very fine portrait service. M y family and friends w h o gave me the support a n d encouragement that was very much needed. I w o u l d also like to give a d d e d thanks to four whose extra effort I could not have d o n e w i t h o u t . K a r r y R i t t e r , f o r s h a r i n g his k n o w l e d g e of layout a n d design a n d y e a r b o o k s in general, a l o n g with his keen sense of humor. Tom V e e n e n d a l l , my former high s c h o o l a d v i s e r , w h o s h o w e d me how to run a y e a r b o o k a n d whose concern for me greatly helped me. Robert Talsma, Representative for Taylor Publishing C o m p a n y , whose instruction in the technical aspects of the book greatly aided me, and whose friendship and Christian witness made a n impact on my life. Last, but foremost, Jesus Christ, w h o through His death a n d resurrection made it possible for me to experience real meaning, forgiveness, peace, a n d joy in my life; Jesus was with me every d a y , helping me to deal with the problems of the y e a r b o o k , as well as the other problems of life. M a y G o d bless you all. Sincerely,

Terry Bosch Milestone '76 Editor

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I get up, eat, g o to class (sometimes), eat, g o to class, study, eat, study,

and

go

back

to

them brings lasting satisfaction.

sleep.

As w e reflect in this bi-centennial

M a y b e I'll g o to an o c c a s i o n a l

y e a r , not only on the life of our

party or some other activity. I g o to

country, but also on our o w n lives,

the same classes d a y after d a y ,

w e ask t h e s a m e q u e s t i o n s t h a t

week

after

after

man has been asking since the days

m o n t h , seeing the same p e o p l e

week,

of A d a m a n d Eve — Does life have

over a n d over a g a i n .

a n y real meaning? A n d if so, h o w

Sometimes

I do

month

r e a l w e l l in

something, but the joy only lasts for

isitfound? A b o u t 2 0 0 0 y e a r s a g o , Jesus

a little time. M a y b e King Solomon

Christ a n s w e r e d the q u e s t i o n of

was r i g h t — " A l l is v a n i t y ! "

h o w man could find real meaning

It can be f o u n d real easily — "whosoever

believeth

Him,

lasting l i f e . " Real m e a n i n g in life —

w e all

w a n t it; w e all can. Does your life have real meaning? It can —

if a n d only if y o u give

your life over to Jesus, G i v e this bi-centennial y e a r spe-

H u m a n e x p e r i e n c e s h o w s this

in life. Christ came so " t h a t man

cial meaning —

might have life, a n d have it more

Jesus.

ure, a n d w e a l t h , a n d are never sat-

abundantly."

the end

in

should not perish, but have ever-

vanity as men seek w i s d o m , pleasi s f i e d . N e i t h e r p h i l o s o p h y , pleas-

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ure, or a c o m p r o m i s e b e t w e e n

give your life to — T e r r y Bosch