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Gordon Wickersham. Faculty Advisor. Factors surrounded us in everyday ac- tivities that bound each of us to every other member of the Olivet community. Room- mates — almost every- one had one — Chris- tianity, boyfriends, Married women seeking affair in Arnegard, profs and their classes. Saga food service, the dress code and early classes Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday. Chapel, grinders in the Red Room, intramurals, school activities, weekend trips — it's all a part of what we've developed: Inside Connections. Fans, to less than the highest degree, Linda Penwell and Beth Pamell turn their attention briefly away from the game.
Pausing to honor our country, the yell-leaders stand at attention for the singing of the National Anthem. Spending time together, Sharon Kuberski and her fiance, David Spotanski. Doing their part, Elisa Ellis and Kathy Matson play in the pep band at a game. Rod Loren, Orpheus president, welcomes new members. Kathy Rector shows her style on the tennis court.
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Allan Dillman makes effective efforts for his flag football team. Reference groups, important to everyone, are com- monly developed in various aspects of stu- dent life.
Classes and year-in-school gave special meaning to the days we spent there. We had only a short time to develop from those beneficial surroundings. We gained from them Inside Connections. Snowbarger, Academic Dean, con- templates his food at the Homecoming Barbecue. BoxKankakee, IL Required attendance three times weekly seemed unbearable sometimes, but it was rare that someone failed to comment about its worth to them in their Christian walk.
That made it all worthwhile. Somehow, God managed to keep us all in line, working on us in His timing, in His way to teach us of Himself. Student Life varied into many different capacities, however, to include sports, academics Married women seeking affair in Arnegard leisure pursuits — too many to name them all. The Red Room provided a conducive atmosphere for a challenging game of Rook or entertaining chats with friends.
The Quad fostered lively socialization throughout the year in various forms, sometimes with stunning impact.
Dorm liv- ing, classes, devotions, shared bathrooms, squished closets. Saga lines, security-issued park- ing tickets, and warnings from patient R. Orpheus Variety Show, as well as those sponsored by Vikings and Treble Clef always brought smiles, as did late night mud fights in the rain.
Trick or Treating, with occasional kisses on the side, and banquets with Saga's finest always came to remind us that we were Thankful for so much. We were always glad to go home for breaks.
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They never came a day too late — or too soon. Pressures of homework and responsibilities helped encourage creative fun when getting home wasn't so easy. Witty letters to cheer up another's day, spying on a special someone through the bookshelves in Benner Library, telling foolish jokes just for a reason to laugh, or simply pranking a roommate often served these purposes. Discussions of theology and philosophy still existed, and provided students the chance to discover if their beliefs were really their own.
Student Life has been the valuable education that has occurred outside of the classroom as well as within. The educational experiences students have gained from ac- tivities such as these are never to be forgotten. They stand out within the minds of those lucky enough to have really experienced Student Life, having un- mistakably developed Inside Connections. The day, enhanced with blue skies and eighty degree temperatures, could not have been more beautiful.
Once again ND and friends assembled to witness the honored graduates as they received their long awaited degrees.
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The air was a mixture of anticipation and excite- ment, yet a sort of melancholy hung still and silent in the minds of those who were already feeling the absence of graduating relatives and friends. Years of studying were ND to a final climax, and in a few short hours they would have the keys to their futures in their hands.
Commencement started with a prayer of invocation followed by a Scripture reading and a song played by the Concert Band. Preceding the dispens- ing of degrees, the Honorable George Ryan, Lieutenant Governor, State of Il- linois, gave an inspira- tional address to the guests.
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Finally, the time had come for the a- warding of degrees and diplomas — and they were indeed "awards" — regarding the faces of the proud onlookers as well as the graduates themselves. After all had been received their degrees, the special awards and recogni- ". The sea of black then stood to the familiar song "To Alma Mater, Olivet. The experiences that Olivet has given to the graduates will, no doubt, prove to be in- valuable.
All the late nights and early classes will forever be mem- ories treasured as well as forgotten. However, graduation was also sad, for the camaraderie would never be the same and friends would be separated — perhaps to be reunited only at Olivet Home- comings.
But they were ready to leave and to test their skills in life. Although they are gone. Olivet will always be with them, and a little bit of Burke, Benner, Larsen, Reed, and Wisner taken to every part of our world.
Professors and students Illinois Lieutenant 58835 review last minute George Ryan delivers an i instructions. Par- rot prepares to give the invocation. Seniors wear smiles while walking to commencement exercises. California's SON-shine Education with a Christian Purpose acquired a deep mean- ing for those of us who had the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Angelina Foster. Mrs Foster entered Olivet in a dual role as resi- dent director of Williams Hall and stu- dent in Although she pursued an educa- tion major, it was evi- dent she was already a teacher.
Her primary purpose here was serving God. This was obvious as she showed total dedica- tion to our Saviour, to Olivet, and to meeting the spiritual needs of the girls in Williams Hail and the students on campus.
Many times throughout the years she expressed deep love and concern for the "Foster Girls" in Williams, including me, as she witnessed through discipline, conversation and exer- cise with us. I guess the thing I will remember most about Mrs. Foster, next to her unending love for God, is the love and joy she expressed for her new husband Dan.
Many times she shared with me her insights and bits of wisdom concerning love and relationships. Dan is a fortunate man for having cap- tured her heart and taking her to the West Coast. I am sure she is missed by many here besides myself. Without question. Olivet's loss was California's gain. I'm sure the SON-shine is 58835 there with her presence.
C hane Semkin slurps up a faceful of jello on his way to victory for the sophomore class. In all probability he will avoid jiggly jello for a long time. Crowell Getting the year started with great en- thusiasm. Social Com- mittee sponsored the Ollies ND Celebra- tion which began the first Thursday night of the fall semester. The more than people in attendance were truly blessed as well as enter- tained by Kim Noblet and his exceptionally talented group.
The con- cert ended with a brief message by Noblet about fears. The inspiration from this message led many to the altar to pray about their own fears. It was a perfect beginning to the weekend. Friday evening's event was also well attended with or more at Kresge for the viewing of "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race.
Saturday morning brought the flag football and volleyball players out to the fields in full force ready to take on their opponents. This was the beginning of the class competition to determine who would reign as the Ollies Follies champions.
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Juniors against Sophomores, and Seniors vs. Freshmen in both the guys flag foot- ball and the girls volleyball saw the same preliminary round with the Seniors and Juniors victorious. An atmosphere of smiles and laughter prevailed as everyone enjoyed Ollies Follies talent and skits. This set the stage for the championship matches between the two upper classes.
The Seniors triumphed in both events and took a com- manding lead in the standings. Juniors were second.